Beyond the Blurb: On Critics and Criticism. Published by Cow Eye Press

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Roy Rubin

You grew up. That's why SNL doesn't make you laugh anymore. Plus, the rock acts are pretentious -- been there a hundred times.


Aw... someone you know recollected an episode of SNL and you stood there with a blank stare?

It's quite alright, I don't even think SNL can even be considered part of pop culture anymore. It's so stupid; they kill everything by extending the one-note skits to 10 minutes and pumping the rest with commercials, worthless music acts, and brainless celebrity hosts.

Dan Green

"pumping the rest with commercials, worthless music acts, and brainless celebrity hosts."

Sounds like the very essence of pop culture to me.

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