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Desc:Groundbreaking but forgotten SF regional sketch show, years before SNL.
Category:Classic TV Clips, News & Politics
Tags:70s, hippies, Father Guido Sarducci, Chicken Little Comedy Show
Submitted:Old_Zircon
Date:07/10/18
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Rangoon
God blessa youse OZ.
Old_Zircon
Somewhere in a box in my parents' basement is a copy of the Father Guido Sarducci book, the one that's just a completely deadpan high school yearbook but with sheep.

Rangoon
https://www.amazon.com/Blade-Shellville-High-School-Yearbook/dp/00 20295804


John Holmes Motherfucker
My favorite Guido Sarducci routine was from the first season of SNL. Back then, believe it or not, Mr. Coffee, and the whole idea of an automatic drip coffeemaker for your home was brand new. Fr. Sarducci was hawking something called "Mr. Tea", which was basically a funnel on a tripod. Put a cup with a teabag under the funnel, pour boiling water into the funnel, "AND MR. TEA DOES THE REST!"

Years later, it occurred to me that "MrTea" was an excellent metaphor for Facebook.
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