SNL's Andy Samberg kicks off F8 as Mark Zuckerberg Video
SNL's Andy Samberg kicks off F8 as Mark Zuckerberg Video Transcript
-I'm also proud to announce some new features on Facebook. For example, a new section in your list of friends, it's called I'm not really friends with these people. Now, yup, and here's a song I wrote this morning at breakfast. Two, three, four, thrill mix, it's crunchy and sweet, yeah thrill mix. Don't drop it on the floor, yeah, yeah, yeah. -Andy! What the hell are you doing? -Who's Andy? I'm Mark Zuckerberg rock hard [unk] -No, I'm Mark Zuckerberg. You're Andy Samberg from SNL. -Yeah, I don't think so. Who the-- sandals. It's classic Zuck dogs, slide. -Alright, you can do up the act now man. -Fine, but I don't know, I just sometimes wanna be you Mark, you know, walk in your shoes. I wanna take your face off. -Don't call face off. -Hey, loan me a billion dollars. -Is that for weed again? -I have glaucoma. -Look man, just how you're making stuff up. The slope-- that's not even a real feature. The deals was I was gonna feed you information through the earpiece and you're gonna repeat me. -Earpiece, alright, you mean this, yeah. I see the problem, it was in my pocket. Technical difficulties, right? -Yeah, dude. We call that user ear. -Good one Mark. -Man, look at this up here, alright, I mean this truly is a gathering of the bergs. -What other bergs are there? -Oh funny, you should ask because look over here, it's our old pal Jesse Eisenberg. -Oh man, don't do impressions. -Hey, Mark, well, this whole thing is omitted. It's almost [unk], you know, if did invent Facebook, you would have invented Facebook, you know, I'm sorry this is gonna come out in [unk] -Can I see-- -No, don't, don't-- -Talk this way. -Okay, sorry I was [unk] sometimes carried away, but look out because another berg just showed up and he's a real fighter. -Oh no, not Mark Wahlberg. -Hey Zuck, how's going? You created Facebook, right? That's pretty cool. [unk] thing real I could really use that. -No, you just invented it. You just invented it Andy. -Okay. Well, it nice to meet you. So, hi to your mother for me, okay. -Alright, Andy, I've got to do the keynote, have a good show on Saturday. -Alright, I probably gonna phone it in actually [unk] good stuff on this beast forever. - All I do is win, win, win no matter what Got money on mind, I can never get
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