‘SNL’ Picks Up Two Black Female Writers As Well, Wants You To Shut Up About Lack Of Black Females Now

Wednesday, January 8 by
BUT CAN THEY WRITE SOMETHING AS GOOD AS "GOAT-BOY"? 

In a proactive move from Lorne Michaels, who is probably undergoing procedures to turn himself into a black female, SNL has picked up two black female writers. Their names are Leslie Jones and LeKendra Tookes. I’m going to pretend that “Tookes” is pronounced like the Yiddish “tuchus,” because I find that funny.

Anyway, both Tuchus and Jones was one of the finalists to be a cast member, but were picked over for Sasheer Zamata.

Hopefully, this is the end of my having to report the state of racial affair on sketch comedy shows, and we can all get back to complaining about how SNL isn’t funny anymore, regardless of the race and genders of its stars and writers.

Thanks in advance.

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