Some idiot somewhere, probably one of those kids that ate his shoelace caps during social studies class and somehow survived it all, decided to Tweet during a job interview, and now CNBC and The Today Show are makin’ it a trend. Yeehaw!
Can we please stop demonizing this entire upcoming generation of kids who are going to save us all? They’re growing up solely with information and facts and no half-truths. They have had 24/7 access to Wikipedia all throughout high school, so they don’t believe in Bigfoot or bullshit or anything that could’ve potentially stunted their development.
One mouthbreather goes off and Tweets “uhhh sandwiches and stuff” during a job interview for a soulless entity somewhere and now we have verifiable proof that this generation is useless again?
I don’t buy it.
They close out this clip saying that one of them “even brought a catalogue” with her. A catalogue? Was she 57 years old?
There’s your problem, NBC. You didn’t interview a Millennial in a job interview. You interviewed a 1950s time traveler who landed in a conference room lonely and confused.
Interesting take! This post has been granted my unimportant and imaginary Millennial stamp of approval. Yeehaw!
DO YOU KNOW SOMEONE WHO MISSED COMMUNITY LAST NIGHT?
omg hulu right now.
okay yes it’s dumb april fools but i’d still legit watch all of these :(
NBC Community Hulu Commercial, showing every genre the show has to offer.
Community returns Thursday, February 7th, 8pm/7c!
It’s December 10th! *candy cane smash*
#yolo #hulu Coincidence?! (Taken with Instagram)
Yes…coincidence. [Sitting in a swivel chair, stroking a Persian cat in a dark corner of the room.] Coincidence, indeed.
And here’s Yvette’s tweet about it!
WHAT?! WHY? I CAN’T CHOOSE!
THR: How would you define an ideal Hulu show?
Forssell: We’ll look for content that’s beloved not beliked. The content that really pays off and punches above its weight in our ecosystem is a show that somebody’s going to see and then they want to go e-mail five of their friends or get on Facebook and post about it.
THR: Like Community, for which you recently struck a digital syndication deal?
Forssell: Exactly. In our world, we’d much rather have Community than Two and a Half Men, and I don’t mean that as a criticism of Two and a Half Men. It’s great for advertisers that want to use that show as a proxy to get to this big audience. But for us, we’re much more excited about Community because while it’s a smaller audience, it’s an audience that self-organizes online. They’ll not only tell their friends to go watch it, they’ll spend time convincing someone on a bus to watch it."
We made a super cut of Community’s self aware TV references and Donald Glover looks fuck yeah-tastic! Thanks for checking it out.