By at 9:44 PM Friday, January 18th 2013

 

Bill Burr Explains How Pussy-Whipped John Lennon Was

Yoko Ono, Funny, STFU

 

This video comes by way of our pal Jesus Martinez of Drunken Stepfather.

Comedian Bill Burr’s┬ánarration of this clip of John Lennon performing with Chuck Berry on the Michael Douglas show in 1972 hilariously skewers Yoko Ono’s blatant disregard of good taste, and John Lennon’s painful inability to correct even her most egregious misbehavior. The look on Chuck’s face when Yoko begins her caterwauling is fucking priceless. Is it a little unfair? Possibly. But holy shit is it funny.

By the way, lest any of you think the comedy of the situation is exaggerated via clever editing, here’s the full performance without commentary or rearrangement:

Yoko’s random nonsense noises stain the performance out of nowhere, and Berry’s reaction is subtle, but immediate and unmistakeable.

 
 

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9 comments
  1. superunknown says:

    touche’.

  2. Skwerl says:

    lennon’s kind of dead weight on this track, too. brilliant songwriter of course, but he’s not exactly harmonizing.

  3. Coz Baldwin says:

    I’m with Mr. Burr. hoooolyfuck.

  4. Rey says:

    And look at the way she’s joylessly banging on that drum… Like a german nanny spanking a kid that didn’t wash his hands correctly.

  5. cory says:

    all you so called John Lennon fans! What is wrong with you

    • Skwerl says:

      there’s a difference between being a fan of someone, and sucking their dead dick so hard that you can’t accept the idea that they might have occasionally done something artistically questionable.

  6. cory says:

    Cowards run in packs..

  7. Mike says:

    The worst thing about this video is actually the narrative..shut the f**k up & listen!

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