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Indulge me while I express my love for the SNL Celebrity Jeopardy! skits that aired between 1996 and 2002.

As an undergrad, I remember a battalion of bros crowding around my roommate's desktop — this was in the STONE AGE before everyone schlepped laptops, you see — watching Norm Macdonald as Burt Reynolds and Darrell Hammond as Sean Connery, laughing until we cried and/or pissed ourselves.

Among other important achievements, they rightly questioned the honor of Alex Trebek's mother and solidified the comedic value of large cowboy hats. 

Anyway, this morning I stumbled upon this treasure over at the Accounting subreddit: 

Not quite a Turd Ferguson moment, but for this site's purposes, it works.  

[via r/accounting]

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