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    Question Ray Lewis sendup/smackdown on SNL?



    In the fake newscast segment. I caught the last minute or so by accident last night--did not seem especially funny or friendly. Anyone see the whole shtick?




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    Re: Ray Lewis sendup/smackdown on SNL?

    yeah, i thought it was fine. What is the saying, mockery is the sincerest form of flattery?

    At least they didn't make fun of the no weapon stuff. It was honestly kind've weak, all they have to go on is Ray Lewis constantly being emotional and praising god, and the "only god can tell me what to do" angle. The paint black part was funny.
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    Re: Ray Lewis sendup/smackdown on SNL?

    Yea it was actually pretty funny. They didn't run with the whole "Murderer" thing. Basically his "Zeal"




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    Re: Ray Lewis sendup/smackdown on SNL?

    Had some funny stuff... They can't all be winners..... but Ray can!

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    Re: Ray Lewis sendup/smackdown on SNL?

    Just watched it on R-57's link. I thought it was pretty funny, but to be honest, they were working awfully hard to try and get laughs. I suspect that the skit was a lot funnier to Ravens fans than to the general audience.

    I do, however, plan on watching Ray's ethereal post-game ascension!




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    Re: Ray Lewis sendup/smackdown on SNL?

    The post game ascension part was the funniest.




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    Re: Ray Lewis sendup/smackdown on SNL?

    @ravenscott57: Thx 4 linky.

    You're right, wasn't as bad as I feared. At least they stayed away from weapons--figurative or bladed. (Though when he said that nothing was gonna stand in Ray Lewis' way, did I hear him say "no retinue"? That might be construed as cutting it a little close...)




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    Re: Ray Lewis sendup/smackdown on SNL?

    lob-
    TBH,at least to Ravens fans, that was a pretty funny skit, no matter how ya slice it!




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    Re: Ray Lewis sendup/smackdown on SNL?

    Quote Originally Posted by micadrz400 View Post
    The post game ascension part was the funniest.
    Agreed. Someone tell Suggs to make sure he takes the Lombardi trophy from Ray before Rays ascension.




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    Re: Ray Lewis sendup/smackdown on SNL?

    I thought it was pretty funny. Especially the ending.... can't wait to see that!
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    Re: Ray Lewis sendup/smackdown on SNL?

    Quote Originally Posted by lobachevsky View Post
    @ravenscott57: Thx 4 linky.

    You're right, wasn't as bad as I feared. At least they stayed away from weapons--figurative or bladed. (Though when he said that nothing was gonna stand in Ray Lewis' way, did I hear him say "no retinue"? That might be construed as cutting it a little close...)
    That word was 'retina', referring to the accident he mentioned earlier. "Cracked ribs, detached retina..."




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