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#4451783 - 12/04/18 01:13 PM The War in Words (SNL WW1 skit)  
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Claire Foy from Wolf Hall and The Crown among other works hosted SNL last weekend

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#4451805 - 12/04/18 03:30 PM Re: The War in Words (SNL WW1 skit) [Re: Patrocles]  
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I don't watch SNL anymore, wouldn't be prudent, not at this juncture, for various reasons, but I'll add this classic to the thread in memory of George Bush:




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#4451827 - 12/04/18 04:58 PM Re: The War in Words (SNL WW1 skit) [Re: Patrocles]  
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#4451939 - 12/05/18 01:53 PM Re: The War in Words (SNL WW1 skit) [Re: Patrocles]  
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That Claire Foy sketch was funny but at the same time it wouldn’t surprise me if that episode of SNL experienced a noticeable drop in the Nielsen ratings. She’s not exactly a household name in the US and a sketch set during WW1 would be found boring or non-sensical to college age viewers.


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"and why would you call it World War 1? This is cryptic. You think there will be a second world war?"

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Originally Posted by Patrocles
"and why would you call it World War 1? This is cryptic. You think there will be a second world war?"

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Heard another comic reference this in a skit recently. He made the comparison to introducing your wife as "This is wife number one". LOL


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