Sunday, June 17, 2007

Perhaps the worst thing ever written...

Well, at least it is the worst thing ever written with respect to Tina Fey's scar. No not THIS... Read on...

There is a website where people who mistakenly believe they are funny try their hands at writing Saturday Night Live skits. Then, other equally humor-impaired monkeys read and critique (actually, they usually applaud) the semi-literate and wholly unfunny efforts of their compatriots.

To answer your first question... Yes, I'm serious. It's true. 100%.

To answer you second question... This is relevant to the topic of Tina Fey's scar because some weisenheimer wrote a phony skit about how the quest for understanding its source could be the basis for a series of children's books.

Why aren't you laughing? Isn't that a hilarious premise?

I know. It stinks.

You can read it here. Prepare to get vaguely sick, though.

It's an object lesson in why we should leave television comedy writing to actual television comedy writers.

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