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If You Need a Laugh: Lazy Sunday (The Narnia Rap)

December 19, 2005 by  

I TiVo SNL every week in the hopes that maybe, just once, they will do something funny on that show. For the past 2 weeks, SNL has delivered. Last week, Dane Cook had one of the best opening monologues in a long time. That damn cashew had me laughing for days. And this week brought a little sumptin’ sumptin’ too – “Lazy Sunday (The Narnia Rap)”. This is one of the funniest things I have seen on SNL in years. Andy Samberg & Chris Parnell are absolutely hysterical.

The always wonderful, Sarcasmo posted a link to the video in the Give Me My Remote forums, but it was so funny that I thought it garnered a front page shout out.

Check out the video here

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7 Responses to “If You Need a Laugh: Lazy Sunday (The Narnia Rap)”

  1. Sarcasmo on December 19th, 2005 11:35 am

    The lyrics, so you can all rap along:

    Lazy Sunday

    Lazy Sunday – wake up in the late afternoon
    Call Parnell just to see how he’s do’in

    Hello? – Whatup Parns? – Yo Sandberg What’s Crackin?
    You thinkin what I’m thinkin? – NARNIA! – Then it’s Happenin

    But first my hunger pangs are stickin’ like Duct Tape
    Let’s hit up Magnolia and mack on some cupcakes

    No doubt the bakery’s got all the bomb frostings
    I love those cupcakes like McAdams(?) loves Josling(?)

    I told you that I’m crazy for these cupcakes cousin.

    Yo where’s the movie playin’? – Upper West Side dude.
    Well, let’s hit up Yahoo Maps tuh find the dopest route.

    I prefer MapQuest – That’s a good one too.
    Google Maps is the BEST! – True Dat – DOUBLE TRUE!

    68th to Broadway – Step on it sucka!
    What you wanna do Chris? – SNACK ATTACK MUTHA *****!

    The Chronic -WHAT?!- cles of Narnia!
    Yes the Chronic -WHAT?!- cles of Narnia
    We love that Chronic -WHAT?!- cles of Narnia
    Pass that Chronic -WHAT?!- cles of Narnia

    Yo sap(?) at the Deli the theatre’s overpriced.
    Ya got the backpack? – Gonna pack it up nice.

    Don’t want security to get suspicious
    Mr. Pibb and redvines equals CRAZY DELICIOUS!

    Yo reach in my pocket pull out some dough.
    Girl acted like she nevah seen a ten befo’

    It’s all about the Hamiltons baby.
    Throw the snacks in the bag and I’m “Ghost” like Swayze

    Roll up to the theatre – Ticket buyin’ what we’re handlin’
    You could call us Aaron Burr – From the way we’re droppin’ Hamiltons

    Now parked in our seats movie trivia’s the illest.
    “What ‘Friends’ alum starred in films with Bruce Willis?”

    We answer so fast that we’re SCARY!
    Everyone stared in awe when we screamed “Matthew Perry”!

    The quiet in the theatre room is gonna get tragic
    We’re ’bout to get taken to a dream world o’ magic


  2. Anonymous on December 19th, 2005 1:43 pm

    Gosling. not Josling. McAdams and Gosling. From the Notebook.

  3. Sarcasmo on December 19th, 2005 3:14 pm

    Never saw the movie or read the book, that’s why I put the ? after them. I even tried looking it up on IMDB, but there weren’t any names resembling those two on the page.

    Thanks for the heads up though.

  4. Anonymous on January 16th, 2006 3:52 am

    “yo STOP at the deli” not sap

  5. Jennie on March 15th, 2007 6:58 pm

    love it!!!

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