The Lonely Island is back. Back on SNL. Back with Adam Levine and Kendrick Lamar.
I must say that I have been somewhat disappointed with last fall's SNL episodes. Not because of a lack of funny moments -- for there were MANY. Rather, I miss Andy Samberg and, by proxy, Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer.
I would wager that their special brand of comedy known as the "SNL Digital Short" single handedly brought a renewed interest, and a younger audience, to the storied late-night sketch comedy show.
Alas, The Lonely Island has moved on to bigger and better things. Wait, what?
29 January 2013
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