Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Am I?

Am I the only one who didn't think that Betty White was funny on SNL? I mean, come on people. She swore. Then, she said lesbian. Then she swore some more. When I'm 88, I will swear for you, and you don't have to watch me on late night t.v. Hell, I'll do it right now. Not funny. That's just my opinion.

8 comments:

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

Didn't see it.

When I'm 88, I will swear for you, and you don't have to watch me on late night t.v.

You can scare all the young 'uns on the bus.

Wenchie said...

You will be a hilarious 88 year old. Too bad I will be long dead by then.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

Didn't see it.

Thought I was the only one.

Watched 9 instead.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I don't think I've turned my TV on in three weeks. Heck, I've used my car more than the TV in that time span.
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Shannon Erin said...

I didn't see it, but my bet would be that the unfunny was the fault of the current batch of really really untalented SNL writers, and not Betty.

Lazyjade said...

The first Lawrence Welk skit had me in tears. >.> I thought it was awesome. XD

Poptart said...

I loved it Von, but just because of Betty, and how game she was for all of it - she herself was funny - and all the extra people who came out because she was on were great, but wow, the writing does pretty much blow. No wonder I never watch anymore.

Brando said...

Even though it was exactly the same sketch as Schweaty Balls, I thought the muffin bit was really funny. However, I agree with Shannon that this is the most unfunny group of writers in the show's history, even worse than the group during the Robert Downey Jr./Anthony Michael Hall year.