Super-Secret Friday Night 5-Minute Dance Party [The Californians]

 
 
 
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oITT-B8YzaQ
 
 
 

The Husband and I CANNOT
 

stop watching this
 

over and over again.

 
 
 


Happy SUPER-SECRET FRIDAY NIGHT 5-MINUTE DANCE PARTY!

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Courtenay Bluebird is the creator of Bluebird Blvd. and The Bluebird B-Side. She is a published writer, career journalist, and professional photographer who likes books and sweets. She laughs loudly and sincerely both in public and in private.
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26 Comments

  1. you have just made my friday. I haven’t laughed so hard in ages.

    have a wonderful birthday, my pet!

  2. Incessantly hilarious….I know you other half in multilingual and gotta ask, since he’s from West Coast, how he’d spell some of that?

    • Okay. All truth— we are having the hardest time/most fun trying to say “California” the way Fred Armisen says it. He adds these weird grace notes in there somewhere.

      The Husband is a student of Los Angeles history and culture, so this thing spoke to him on some pretty weird levels. He can rattle off all of these place-names and their former names, and their former names before that.

      “Treeeeeey?”

      “Traaaaay!”

      “Tree?”

      “Mister Tray!”

  3. Birthday? Oh Happy n-th Birthday Bluey!

  4. I remember this. I didn’t dance, but I hurt myself laughing the first time I saw it, too.

    I’ve been looking a long time for SNL video of Queen Latifah playing the manager of a colicky baby rapper. At one point she rapped, “He’s fus-sy, ’cause he’s a ba-by …” Could it really be as funny as I remember it?

  5. That’s so horribly hilarious! I know Californians just like that!

    • Here’s what I had forgotten about living in L.A.— people looooove to talk about how to get to places. This fun game is lost on me because I have no sense of direction! And it’s a city that is laid out on a grid, too!

  6. I doubled my laughter trying to mimic the Californicational lingo!

Hey there, cupcake! How are ya?