David Spade does not disappoint.
Whether in the ’90s or in the year 2018, comedian David Spade remains one of the funniest SNL alums doing stand-up today. Armed with a quick-hitting, witty sense of humor, the former ‘Weekend Update’ anchor continues to grab our attention with hilariously clever observations.
Some of his material seems like it’s been carefully constructed over a long period of time while other bits feel like naturally funny musings you’d hear if you were in the middle of a conversation with him.
Either way, David Spade is very funny.
And his humor can be funny within the time restraints of the Snapchat app or captured with a Polaroid camera.
If being heckled–for whatever reason in some form or another–was a day of the week, it would be Wednesday. Why? Because we’ve gotten through Monday and Tuesday, and we’re feeling pretty good about the week. Then, just at that moment, it happens. The party appears to have been broken up.
The very funny John Mulaney can relate.
Now it’s time to regain our composure for Thursday for what will, hopefully, lead to a Friday night with that well-earned cash money…
for the beer truck.
Will Smith + Jimmy Fallon in a sing-along =
This Tonight Show segment just took “Flashback Friday” to the next-level. And these two buddies may have inadvertently created a new sitcom in a matter of minutes by simply singing together:
Thankfully, Will Smith and Jimmy Fallon aren’t strangers. If they were, the “History of TV Theme Songs” would have never happened.
But they are friends, pals, and even a confidant when needed.
I want to bring TGIF back into people’s vernacular. It’s time this beloved acronym makes a serious societal comeback onto the big stage via pop-culture for expressing excitement over the weekend’s arrival.
I just hope I won’t get heckled while saying it…
Will Ferrell will be hosting tomorrow’s SNL with musical guest Chris Stepleton. TGIASNL (Thank Goodness It’s Almost Saturday Night Live).
That’s not as catchy as TGIF, but don’t stop believin’ in fun and catchy acronyms.