Used car ads tend to be all kinds of weird, but surely the idea had to come from somewhere, right? It turns out Saturday Night Live got their hands on a copy of the very first used car commercial, and since it stars Tina Fey and newcomer Mike O'Brien, it is, of course, absolutely hilarious.
We've already detailed how much we love Frank Ocean, the most Jalopnik of car enthusiasts/hip hop R&B artists. Also, he apparently loves the same video games so many of us adore.
The standout sketch of tonight's Saturday Night Live was the three part parody of Clint Eastwood's Super Bowl spot for Chrysler.
SNL wasted no time spoofing the TSA—and its controversial pat-downs—tonight when it aired a retro spoof ad that likened an unwanted physical experience at the airport to a purchased night with a hot female escort. The video, inside.
It's tough for Kenan Thompson. He doesn't look like any active politicians, his only recurring sketch on SNL was cut and he ends up getting parts later into the show after most people have already gone to sleep or given up. That's why we were glad to see Keenan get this "Weekend Update" moment as a black comedian who…