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poi
Paranoid (IV) Inmate

From: Norway
Insane since: Jun 2002

posted posted 03-10-2006 00:54

I suspected she was crazy. But here comes the proof.

warjournal
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posted posted 03-10-2006 01:24

Hilarious!
Might need a little history of US rap music to get it.
NWA --> EZ E

Suho1004
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From: Seoul, Korea
Insane since: Apr 2002

posted posted 03-10-2006 02:59

Wow. That was really funny. Possibly the funniest thing I've seen from SNL in a long time. Then again, I don't watch it nearly as much as I used to.


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warjournal
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posted posted 03-10-2006 11:25

Okay, without digging through my audio cassettes, let me see if I can remember how this goes.

NWA is a rap group. One of the members is EZ E (Eric Wright?). He did an album called EZ Does It. One of the songs is called No More Questions. In the song, he gets interviewed. After each question, he goes into a rap about how bad ass he is. (Although, in one verse, he does get caught, which is pretty funny. If I remember correctly.)

Not only does the SNL skit follow the same format, but some of the lines are straight from No More Questions.

I think that's right.

I might have to bust out that album if I can find an audio cassette player.

Wes
Paranoid (IV) Mad Scientist

From: Inside THE BOX
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posted posted 03-10-2006 21:02

I never watch SNL anymore, but I've recently caught a couple of their "SNL Digital Shorts." From what I've been told, those are the work of one of the cast members, who created similar shorts before he joined the troupe. They're perhaps the funniest things that have been produced for SNL in years.

And Natalie Portman has impressed me once again.

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