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'Saturday Night Live' unearths America's worst named people in this hilarious earthquake sketch

Mashable Sunday, 20 January 2019
In "Earthquake News Report" on Saturday Night Live, a building collapse at a name change office leads to several pre–change individuals saying their increasingly silly names on air, leading to dirty puns and general hilarity. 

Unless, of course, your name is also Mr. Peanus. In which case, it's probably less funny. And you...
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News video: Saturday Night Live Parody Makes Fun of Kool Aid Man

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According to Comicbook.com, it has been many years since the Kool-Aid man first burst through the wall to bring thirsty kids a refreshing drink. Now, the iconic character is being held accountable for his destructive actions in a new Saturday Night Live sketch. The sketch shows the Kool-Aid man...

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