We haven't checked in with Miami's own SNL alum Victoria Jackson since she compared Barack Obama to the Antichrist and then endorsed Rush Limbaugh for president. Apparently now she is walking out of all of these Jew-produced movies in tears.
First she declares that she once went out on a date with Judd Apatow, one of the movie's producers, and for whatever reason makes sure to state that he's Jewish. But boy is she glad that she didn't hit it off with him.
Well, today I walked out of a Judd Apatow movie crying. It was the scene where the obese homosexual is fortune-telling by looking at the bowels of a sheep that has been sodomized by a person. The movie was Year One. I tried to be open-minded as I watched the first 20 minutes of masturbation, fornication, circumcision jokes, continual penis references, bestiality, violence, and Biblical blasphemy. I told myself this was a PG-13 movie and the writers were "lost" so they didn't know how vulgar they were being... As the onscreen obese gay man poked at the bloody intestines and told the fifth anal sex joke, I looked at my daughter, and we got up and walked out. I started crying in the parking lot as we walked to our car. I am not from this world. I am an alien. No wonder me and Apatow never hit it off.
Riptide hasn't seen this movie (nor did a lot of people apparently), but if it makes Victoria Jackson cry, it must be half decent.
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