The X Millennial Man grew up and matured with the comedy of NBC Thursday night. Nearly 35 years of great, and downright terrible, shows enhanced our pop culture. From Conrad Bain to Alec Baldwin, NBC has made comedy legends out of some interesting people. Come join us to discuss the rise and fall of NBC comedy.
One sunny day a Generation Xer was walking down the street listening to his Sony Discman, Radiohead's Karma Police was the song, when he ran into a Millennial who had his iPod touch ready to play the latest Black Keys song. The electrical energy generated between the old and new caused an explosion forcing the two to merge. Out of the smoke the X-Millennial Man emerged. He came to be the greatest critic of Pop Culture since... 1982?
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Where were you the first time you saw "Lazy Sunday"? Ty and RD know exactly what they were doing. The X Millennial Man wants to find out what SNL cast, and skits, define the generations. Who from Saturday Night Live made the biggest impact? What are the best SNL related TV shows and movies (we already know "Boogie in the Butt" is the best song). Join us for a conversation of SNL then, now, and the future.