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Sunday, May 22, 2016

The 'Summertime in Fayetteville' open line

Posted By on Sun, May 22, 2016 at 4:27 PM


Sorry. Nothing to report, except that lots of people talking about the 'Saturday Night Live' close last night, a fictional old school Southern rock band known as The Harkin Brothers performing "Summertime in Fayetteville." Fred Armisen, the night's host who's done other band sendups on SNL, is joined by Maya Rudolph, Andy Samberg, Jason Sudekis, Larry David, Carrie Brownstein and the  SNL cast. "Arkansas is calling out my name ... nothing like a nap in a burned out pickup truck ... fireflies fly right into my mouth ... running barefoot into a pile of rocks and stones"

So with that, an open line.

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