Keenan Thompson continues to get laughs with his “confused bystander” character on SNL. What’s his secret? Is it that his viewers find themselves easily able to identify with his character as many have at some time in their lives been confused bystanders? Is it his trademark “surprised” facial expression?
No. The answer is much more devious. It’s a sign that lights up telling the audience to laugh.
Unfortunately, I did not see the sign, and thus I had no reason to find SNL funny tonight.
…which gave me the opportunity to watch Fab 5: The Texas Cheerleader Scandal on Lifetime: Television for Women.
Fab 5: The Texas Cheerleader Scandal is the prequel to the horror flick The Texas Cheerleader Chainsaw Massacre, in which five cheerleaders with a problem with authority end up becoming cannibals, living in the woods, and wearing leather masks.
The prequel tells the story of a cheerleading coach that overcomes adversity. And by adversity, I mean 5 teenage girls.
So what did the 5 teenage girls do? They went wild. (And in the sequel, they go feral!)
That’s really the entire movie. Al out.