3. The young adult in the YouTube video is a part of why I hate people.
If you have a chance to ask someone a question, and film it, doing a shitty rendition of a piece of a skit is a complete waste of everyone's time. To the 5,000 people trying to recreate the skit across Internets Videoland, I implore you to stop. I'd advise you to do something else that's fun, like watching TV, calling your friend, or masturbation, but you probably would find those activities challenging and therefore stressful.
I'm curious like a cat, and my friends call me Whiskers.
I do notice that people appear to regularly display a complete lack of effort in everything they do.
This is clearly not the case for one solution or any Occam's Razor. The principle is often true and therefore useful; so many depressions from various origins tend to point to a less solvable degradation.
For every "Mike and Ben," there are people out there like my buddies who are currently and actively trying to produce better stuff.
I didn't want these guys to think that they were special or anything.
I did watch an episode titled "Asians" for 5 minutes. I stopped after the white kid asked this one lady which groups were worse, something like Burmese and Cambodians, and it escalated into an agreement by the lady that she wouldn't date either of them.
With the right interviewer and interviewee, such skits which poke fun at traps (in that case, racism) might be dynomite for humor. When left up to a cast of folks who aspire to produce something akin to some amalgam of "SC-TV," "Kids in the Hall," and "SNL," even in the poorest years of "SNL," well, it's fun for the students and performers to have a cult favorite show on campus, but the humor doesn't seem to fly very far.