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SNL Banned This “Media-Conspiracy Theory Rock” Segment In 1998

Splitsider calls our attention to this never-before-seen clip that was created to run on an episode of “Saturday Night Live” in 1998. It’s an episode of “TV Funhouse,” the popular Robert Smigel cartoon, that happens to crap all over the likes of Fox, ABC, Time Warner, CBS, and — uh oh — General Electric through a song called “Media-opoly.” No wonder it never saw the light of day.

 
 
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