Here’s the setup: democratic leaders—Nancy Pelosi, Robert Byrd, Barbara Boxer and Barney Frank—are meeting with Harry Reid in his office to discuss how they can get their party back on track following recent setbacks. That’s when Brown comes in by accident, saying that he was looking for another room. After he leaves, though, his presence lives on in the fantasies of those who remain—one by one.
SCOTT (COSMO) BROWN RESPONDS:
2:25 AM ET: Apparently, Brown doesn’t like to waste time—he’s already issued a response to the sketch to the National Review Online. Here’s what Brown had to say.
Brown smiled as he watched it. “Thank goodness I like a good laugh,” he tells National Review Online. “That was pretty funny. I wish I could host SNL some day. I’ve been watching it since I was young. Jon Hamm is great.” But what about Hamm’s Boston accent? “He did a great job,” says Brown. “He doesn’t really sound like me, but it was very funny.”
Poor Scott Brown — all you do is show your PUBIC HAIR in Cosmo and people treat you like a sex object. It ain’t right! Marriage equality — basic civil rights — is not OK with him, but being jerkoff material in the grocery store checkout lanes is just swell! Same goes for dethroned Republican boytoy of the month Arron Schock. He must be sooooo jealous.
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