October 3, 2018
I’m catching up on season 13. Episode 3 was hilarious. Milk through the nose funny tier.
And it was a woman-only episode.
Yeah, that’s how funny Sunny is. They made one of their funniest episodes to date, using only their female characters.
That’s not easy. Because, women, by their nature can’t be funny.
But Sunny risked splitting open the fabric of reality (as well as splitting open my sides) by pulling off this hitherto, never-before-done feat.
If there was anybody halfway sane in Hollywood, they would recognize the magnitude of this achievement and give these people an Emmy and then an Oscar even though it’s a TV show.
Hats off to them, seriously.
And the whole episode is taking jabs at pussy-hat marchers, female solidarity, women reboots of classic films and, I shit you not, “soy boy beta cucks.”
Yeah, they actually drop that term. Twice.
Sunny is like, the rare example of being politically and culturally relevant, and providing commentary on shit that’s going on in society, without being preachy about it and just genuinely making it funny.
Dropping references to the Alt-Right in episode 1, to the “soy boy” meme in episode 3 and then making the manservant look like him.
Can’t be the only one who sees the resemblance.
Y’all should be ashamed for not watching.
Unless it’s like a purity thing for you.
But Sunny is like the least Jewish show on television, and it’s been that way for a decade.
It’s like a goy version of Seinfeld.
See in Seinfeld, the Jew main cast living in New York thrives on the immoral lifestyles that they pursue. They’re like pigs in shit. Happy and well-adjusted.
But Sunny is a black comedy showing how dysfunctional and fucked up the goyim get in modern day society.
So the humor is quite similar, but the tone is quite different because of the cast and the setting.
At least that’s how I see it. I think it is the premier comedy of our day and age. So you should also watch it because of that.
Also because it’s funny. Watch it because of that too.