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This edition of Saturday Night Live represents the most versatile actor and stand-up comedian ever! Dana always played crazy characters from Church Lady, Ross Perot, George Bush, Garth Algar, Grumpy Old Man, the gross Massive Head-Wound Harry, John McLaughlin, to Johnny Carson and Charles Grodin. Written by
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Here with a commentary is a grumpy old man. Welcome Grumpy Old Man.
Grumpy Old Man:
I'm old and I'm not happy. Everything today is improved and I don't like it. I hate it! In my day we didn't have hair dryers. If you wanted to blow dry your hair you stood outside during a hurricane. Your hair was dry but you had a sharp piece of wood driven clear through your skull and that's the way it was and you liked it! You loved it. Whoopee, I'm a human head-kabob. We didn't have Manoxidol and Hair Wings, in my day if ...
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I have to say that Dana Carvey is a complete genius. I can't believe how much I laughed while watching this tape. All his impressions and characters are amazing. My favorite bit was when he was impersonating Robin Williams. He sounded so much like him! I'd recommend this tape for SNL and Dana Carvey fans everywhere!
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