Woody Harrelson’s Based SNL Monologue About Covid Will Probably Get Him Blacklisted From Future Appearances
If you missed the latest Saturday Night Live episode due to… you know… the fact that Hollywood, the media and any other form of mainstream entertainment has gone woke and shitty, well you missed something amazing. Woody Harrelson had a based monologue that some might say was very Norm MacDonald-esque. The subversive humor in his message was something few can pull off. And remember, a good joke is always based on at least a half truth.
You see, Harrelson hides the based storyline of the last few years within a long-winded joke about being high and reading a movie script. By the time he finally gets to the script after more than 5 minutes, you find out the movie is about Big Pharma forcing everyone to take a drug in order to leave their homes.
“So, the movie goes like this,” said Harrelson. “The biggest drug cartels in the world get together and buy up all the media and all the politicians and force all the people in the world to stay locked in their homes, and people can only come out if they take the cartel’s drugs and keep taking them over and over.”– Woody Harrelson, Saturday Night Live, February 25th, 2023
Watch the video and see for yourself just how good this monologue was.
Normally, I couldn’t care less about SNL, but once I heard Woody Harrelson hosted the latest episode, I had a feeling something big may come from it. Woody has always seemed a little more based than most in Hollywierd and he didn’t disappoint. It’s worth noting that SNL has a long history of incorporating political satire and commentary into their sketches and performances, but lately woke-ness has taken over and this latest monologue isn’t something that’s typically allowed, today.
In fact, you can already see the headlines forming from outlets like People, Variety and TMZ that show just how much they can’t handle the truth about “controversial” topics. It’s a shame, really. The show has been known to take on controversial topics and public figures, often pushing the boundaries of what is considered acceptable in mainstream comedy, but I guess that’s a thing of the past.
This is exactly what comedy is meant to do. Good work on being a true comedian, Woody.