For some reason, Saturday Night Live decided not to air this ridiculously spot-on VH1 spoof, just like they decided not to air a topical sketch about Ferguson from last week.
This digital short, called “100 Greatest Guys,” perfectly captures the tone of all those VH1 countdowns — you know, the ones that somehow suck you in for hours even though you totally know you should turn off the TV and go read a book or something. It’s obviously not as topical or timely as the Ferguson sketch, but it’s still confusing why SNL decided to cut it, because it’s so spot-on.
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