* googly eyes

Posted on April 6th, 2008 by maitreya. Filed under Uncategorized.


There was a sketch on SNL last night where Christopher Walken put googly eyes on all his plants (sadly, the video’s been wiped from YouTube), and it’s just aggravating my irrational desire to put google eyes on everything. They even had giant googly eyes for a tree.



7 Responses to “googly eyes”

  1. futuregirl Says:

    I found one using Google Video search “christopher walken googly eyes” It was a video of the TV, so the quality was crap, but that Christopher is *so* funny. How did he get that killer sense of comedic timing?

  2. James Landi Says:

    The sketch was incredibly funny, and Walken’s comic sense made it work. I hope SNL will put it on their website soon

  3. Tink Says:

    You should try http://www.hulu.com

    It is owned by NBC and they put tons of programing on there. Lots of SNL.

    *waves hi*

    Going back to lurkin’.

  4. Tink Says:

    Oh! I just looked and it is right on the front page.

  5. oneyedsally Says:

    My boyfriend and I saw this and we must have watched it 100 times since it aired, it’s our favorite skit now! It’s on SNL’s Website. It’s actually one of the featured videos now. I too, saw googly eyes at the craft store and was so tempted to buy them.

    By the way, I’ve been reading your site for a few days now and I love it! I will definitely keep reading =)

  6. Xan Says:

    This SNL skit is on Hulu.com-it’s my favorite!

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