My Super Sweet Sixteen – SNL Parody

Okay, now you don’t have to read my lame attempt at a recap – Biggy found the video and so you can watch it here. Thanks Biggy!

Scarlett Johansen: Mom that was so stupid, you have to give me a thousand dollars!

Scarlett’s Mom (aside): Yeah, my daughter and I made a deal, and every time I say something stupid, I have to give her a thousand dollars. Which is totally okay because she is so cool.

Scarlett Johansen: Dad, Why can’t you get Shakira to wrestle an Alligator??!?!?!! UGH! This party is worse than the Holocaust!!

Scarlett’s Dad (aside): I had to take out a third mortgage and work three jobs and sell a kidney to give my daughter this party, and I would do it all over again!

This was possibly the best SNL sketch I have seen in the last 10 years. Scarlett Johansen is wickedly beautiful and she had me rolling with her portrayal of a sixteen year old spoiled brat.

My Super Sweet Sixteen is ridiculous. Perhaps MTV slants the show to make the kids look like little demons, but I think that it isn’t MTV’s editing of the show – I think the kids are really horrible. The funny thing is, every single episode that I have seen, the spoiled birthday boy or gilr always ends up crying or getting sick at their own party. Something always goes wrong and inside I applaud just a little at the poetic justice of it all.

Also, if you want to see the ManiAAC’s perform with Cash Sirois fromChannel 5 News, you can see it here. (Click on the link on the right hand side of the page)

By Evan Stark

Eddie Renz is an avid fan of Egyptology, Wilbur Smith and bacon. Not a fan of humility but often finds himself humbled when he is around people who understand numbers like the Fibonacci sequence and Pi.

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