Iman Crosson is one of the best Obama impersonators I’ve ever seen and thought for sure SNL would scoop him up because the guy is so darn funny ! Guess not, so in honor of Super Bowl weekend I dug out this gem from last year……
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When I heard Disney World, Inc was upgrading it’s popular rides to draw more attendance, well, I couldn’t help but make a few suggestions. So, quick, before the Disney CEO’s are fired….watch….don’t blink….and don’t pay attention to that earworm, it will go away in about … never !
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This for those late night shows I so used to enjoy, yeah you Letterman, Colbert, Stewart and SNL….what has happened to you? Media “jokes” are getting old, snarky stabs at Pelosi, Palin, Hillary and the rest of the administration…boring. May I present Iman Crosson, a brillantly funny parody of President Obama:
If you’re asking how this is a commercial? and what are we selling?…ourselves! 🙂
There was another great impersonator, another “black” man, so how could it be racist? Keegan Michael Key was another brilliant Obama parody on MADTv, and this show was cancelled shortly after this primary spoof appeared:
Make us laugh again, please ?
Good news for fans of Will Ferrell and Broadway:
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. (AP) – Will Ferrell says audiences should expect the unexpected from his upcoming one-man Broadway show and HBO special about President George W. Bush.
Ferrell, known for his Bush impersonation on “Saturday Night Live,” said Friday there’s nothing derivative about the production. He says it will surprise people with its twists and turns and what it has to say about Bush.
Executive producer Adam McKay says the show aims to be funny but also hold the Bush administration’s feet to the fire.
McKay and Ferrell spoke to the Television Critics meeting in the Los Angeles area by satellite from New York.
“Will Ferrell: You’re Welcome America. A Final Night with George W. Bush” is set to begin previews Jan. 20 and open Feb. 5. It will air live on HBO March 14.
I loved Ferrell’s Bush on SNL, as he was never mean spirited (like Tina Fey’s Sarah), but always spot on capturing the humor and the caricature of the Bush “pretzelidency”. And before him, there was the affable SNL “President Clinton” by the late, great Phil Hartman. Will we be able to laugh again with 44 ? Or Mrs. 44? It’ll be a shame if we can’t.
Now Keegen Michael Key is funny as Obama! Unfortunately, Madtv’s been cancelled, great timing, huh?