When I was a kid like young Zach, I used to enjoy sitting up each weekend to watch episodes of Saturday Night Live on the Quasar TV I bought for 12 dollars. (That sentence is awful, and yet I’m somehow proud of it.) I vividly recall some of the most memorable moments of SNL first-hand, including the assassination of Buckwheat (“brought to you by Mutual Life, because YOU could die tomorrow!”), the television debut of Spinal Tap, and Julia Louis-Dreyfuss’ impersonation of MTV’s Nina Blackwood. Many of the jokes and bits of business stick with me to this day and I have continued watching the show periodically throughout the years, even though I consider myself to be a casual fan at best.
The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always, “misquoted”) is that thing, where a midget on roller skates wears all your clothes, and you, like, pull them through the airport, asking: What bits of pop-culture do you find yourself revisiting over and over again, regardless of their quality or changes in tone or direction?