Ah, I'm back. After a long NYU-induced hiatus, I have returned to Blogcritics.
Oh my lord. Britney Spears is trying to be Janet Jackson.
Which is weird, cos Justin Timberlake (you know, my boyfriend) is trying to be Michael Jackson. This is weird, and almost quasi-incestuous. Is that Madonna I hear in the background? Ah, it is. This must be that song they did together. Hmm. Weird. It's actually on okay song, given that one knows how to appreciate a good pop song.
I also like how her corset is like 5 sizes to small, so she's wearing a wifebeater underneath. Innovative. Okay, I'll admit it. I have a crush on Britney Spears. I still think she's a total whore, but I would hook up with her given the opportunity.
Oh my lord. Is SNL trying to be more funny by being more and more politically incorrect with each passing episode. Yeah, that'll save you. Although this Native American bit on Weekend Update is mildly funny. I thought the earlier skit with the ghetto black girls was a valiant effort, but somehow I think it was funnier to me because we totally have girls like that walking all over the place back home in Virginia. It was like, "Yo, I went to high school with a girl named Starkeisha!"
Haha. "For those of you who don't know, Kabbalah is an ancient form of publicity invented by Madonna." Ah, Tina Fey. I only watch for you.
Did Tracy Morgan leave? I don't remember seeing him on the open credits. Does this mean no more Brian Fellows? I actually liked the Brian Fellow skits. I especially liked how shiny and glossy his lips were.
And yo, since when is Kenan Thompson (of Kenan & Kel, er, fame) on this show? Good for him, I guess. But I will absolutely cry if he starts doing Goodburger skits. Let's hope that Nickelodeon has some sort of copyright on that, which they probably do, so no worries there.
Okay, SNL has officially been on for an hour, which means it's no longer worth watching. Haha.