This documentary is going to be an absolute must-see.
I was a biracial kid raised in a predominantly White area. I was never bullied or harassed for my race, but being the only one of something, whether it be race, gender, sexuality, or something else, is inherently lonely.
It was so good to see my alter ego, Garth Algar, on TV as he is always, with Wayne Campbell – two of the greatest American comedy characters by two of the greatest Canadians.
“Stop whining about getting old. It’s a privilege. A lot of people who are dead wish they were still alive.”
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Did you get through the whole thing? His Adam Sandler impersonation is so freaking perfect!
In character as Joan, Silverman roasts Steve Jobs: “Steve, I hope you’re forced to buy a new and better casket every six months so you can see how we feel!”
4. Wearing flip-flops.
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Time and distance are incredibly important to the larger issues her performance has brought up. Being a black woman using slavery as a stage for her comedy, she marches very close the invisible line people have created separating appropriate and wrong.