Grouch (Joker Parody) – SNL

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  • LatinxGoticx 2 years ago

    “R for Graphic Violence, Nudity, and Potty Mouth”

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  • Naim Hussain 2 years ago

    anyone notice the black guy in this parody is also in the actual Joker movie

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  • Benny Pradda 2 years ago

    This is very offensive

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  • YO Yoyo 2 years ago

    Even SNLs best sketches are only mildly funny these days.

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  • Benjamin Cruz 2 years ago

    Sesame Street=Society

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  • Pete.zahut 2 years ago

    RIP SNL.

    This is the best sketch they’ve had in over a year and it’s still not funny…

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  • Jay T 2 years ago

    This reminds me of MAD TV

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  • Dark DeDLoz 2 years ago

    David Harbour would be a great joker tho

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  • Noah Slepcevic 2 years ago

    Why did the Ernie death make me uncomfortable

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  • Eric Cartman 2 years ago

    #24 on trending

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  • 4primus 2 years ago

    I kinda want the hear that slow, dark Sesame Street theme in its entirety ?

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  • Ian Chandler 2 years ago

    How about another joke count!?

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  • GS 2 years ago

    I can’t stop watching this.

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  • Myron Gains 2 years ago

    I lost it when they played that dark sesame street song

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  • beer2041 2 years ago

    Best thing Snl has done in decades lol

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  • Midnight Sonnet 2 years ago

    This is way better than it had any right to be. Amazing job! It felt like a real trailer. I’m both sad and relieved this isn’t gonna be an actual movie. XD;

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  • Just a guy 2 years ago

    This was immediately following the joker movie. As you can see the sanitation strike ended. As the sanitation workers were back to collecting trash. Except one man, had had enough trash for his liking.

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  • the fatimagic 2 years ago

    i normally don’t even like snl, but this pretty much spells out why so many people are sick af of fake deep ~dark and gritty~ reboots of everything. it’s all so divorced from anything connected to the original source material, but for no purpose other than to sell t-shirts at hot topic. if you’re going to make a ~dark and gritty~ reboot of a traditionally positive property, at least make it mean something.

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  • conflicted contradictions 2 years ago

    I never knew I needed an instrumental Sesame Street song until now

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  • March Forth 2 years ago

    I would actually watch a movie with this kind of reimagining if Sesame Street tbh

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