You've seen stories about this all morning. Thanks to Mediaite for sharing the YouTube version...just click here and watch.
Quotng Tina Nguyen of Mediaite:
Finally, the first biting political spoof from Saturday Night Live in a while: the Bill from Schoolhouse Rock explains to a student how he becomes a law, only to be violently beat up by Barack Obama and his new best friend, “Executive Order.”
Even then, the poor Executive Order still thinks he’s used for simple things, like declaring holidays and creating national parks, until Obama informs him that he’s going to be used to grant amnesty to 5 million undocumented immigrants. His reaction: “Whoa.”
Seriously, watch it, it's great.
This is one of the few SNL skits where I've been impressed with the actual comedy of it - good writing, great execution. The blend of live and cartoon, the blend of music and speech, the comic timing of the (ad-libbed?) complaints from the bill as he bounces down the stairs. It was neither too short nor too long, it really was a good piece of COMEDY in addition to being a good bit of political commentary.
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