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I wonder who wrote this and I wonder why they weren't made king of the show immediately.
That robot hurling pills into his mouth is hilarious.
SNL's most stunningly accurate depiction of a commerical- and the funniest
Sam Waterston's got gravitas.
What happened to "it's a friendly robot... this time"?
Soldier of the Month
Greatest commercial parody. EVER.
"because the claws are made of metal, and robots are strong."
Robots abusing the elderly... 5 stars!!!
SNL in a rare moment of brilliance, and the audience isn't even laughing.
j lzrd / swift idiot
WHY IS NOBODY LAUGHING!? WHY!!!
If you listen closely, they ARE laughing. Just not as hard as they did when Chris Farley and Adam Sandler were pretending to be gay.
sam waterston is trying so hard not to laugh in that. brilliant.
And they will.
Genghis the gerbil
Persons denying the existence of robots may be robots themselves
Ha ha, that's the best part of the whole ad.
2nd place: Identifying Sam Waterston as a "compensated endorser"
One of the best SNL skits of all time.
Yep, best part.
they robot catapulting pills into its mouth did it for me.
I will no longer cower under my afghan!
It's a fight between pillbot and sam waterston as to what makes this a success
Why can't SNL be funny like this all the time?
Because people might confuse it with an actually funny show!
Humor like this is why I love the Prairie Home Companion.
Fuck Fred Thompson, Sam Waterstone should be President. That man can sell anything.
Note to self: build old people abusing robots, then sell insurance against my robots attacking old people.
One of my first favorite SNL skits growing up.
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