Watch: “We Saw Your Junk” Song Responds To Seth MacFarlane’s Oscar Tune “We Saw Your Boobs”

Watch: “We Saw Your Junk” Song Responds To Seth MacFarlane's Oscar Tune "We Saw Your Boobs"

God bless the internet and modern technology, or pehaps take it as a sign as to how much of a misfire the Oscars were on Sunday, but in less than 48 hours we're already seeing improvements to the show. This morning, a much, much better video montage tribute to the James Bond franchise arrived and now, a response has been filed to Seth MacFarlane's pretty dumb "We Saw Your Boobs." Ladies, your rebuttal has arrived.

New York software developer Kevin Gisi has put togther "We Saw Your Junk," which uses the same jaunty, jazz hands tune to reel off all the actors who have flashed their wares on the big screen. It's fun and lively, even manages to make a quick dig at MacFarlane himself, and all told is a pretty fun riff on one of Oscar night's most obvious blunders. So kick back, and give it a spin below — well done, Gisi. [AV Club]

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Comments

Bob

(with snooty voice):"Macfarlane's song was a criticism of blah blah blah blah blah bahahahaha"… What a load of crock… It was nothing but a bad joke. Not offensive. Just bad. And it slowed the show down. Like most of the show the timing was off.
The easiest excuse for lazy comedians is that their comedy can do or say anything because it's satire. Well. In this case it was just a lazy low-quality show.

MATT

I loved "We saw your boobs" it was hilarious! Besides I don't really see how "We saw your junk" is any less sexist! You have to stop thinking that female empowerment is about pulling the same crap that men do!!!

Karina

Who was offended? That was an awesome Oscars!!! Seriously geeky-tastically epic!

WeSawYourJunk

Ned Beatty, we've seen your junk! Laugh along, or you're difficult and don't have a sense of humor!

Also, Steven Spielberg won't admit his past as an exotic dancer, and it doesn't matter that we can't understand Ang Lee because he's so attractive.

It's funny!!! Because comedy is never political or expressing a skewed world view.
http://WeSawYourJunk.tmblr.com

WeSawYourJunk

Ned Beatty, we've seen your junk! Laugh along, or you're difficult and don't have a sense of humor!

Also, Steven Spielberg won't admit this past as an exotic dancer, and it doesn't matter that we can't understand Ang Lee because he's so attractive.

It's funny!!! Because comedy is never political or expressing a skewed world view.
http://WeSawYourJunk.tmblr.com

WeSawYourJunk

Actually BEF, all of this year's Oscar male actor nominees (Supporting and Lead) have shown their butts onscreen. All of them. And I made memes ("We Saw Your Butt") here: http://WeSawYourJunk.tmblr.com

WeSawYourJunk

Actually BEF, all of this year's Oscar male actor nominees (Supporting and Lead) have shown their butts onscreen. All of them. And I made memes ("We Saw Your Butt") here: http://WeSawYourJunk.tmblr.com

ANOTHER TAKE...

MacFarlane's song was a criticism of the implicit Hollywood requirement that serious, and attractive, actresses from time to time show skin — alternately to make money and get a job at all ('scream queen') or to certify their 'seriousness,' their commitment to the art form ("she's so brave to appear naked!" "both emotionally and literally!"). MacFarlane tends to do this — incisive jokes with some actually content mistaken for vacuous takedowns by commentators more eager to produce copy than, to quote CB, "think for one fucking second." To make another version of this song, swapping 'junk' for 'boobs', is to equate the position of men and women in Hollywood. I find this empty-headed video offensive. Men rarely appear naked because they don't have to and are rarely asked to. Women often, literally, must. That's why you're hard pressed to find a major actress who hasn't shown her boobs. Miss Lawrence, unfortunately, won't be too long in joining their ranks

BEF

Well, a problem with this rebuttal, is that all of the actresses in the boobs part were nominated for an Oscar (except Kristen Stewart and Scarlett Johansson, originally I thought they all were, they should've just done that, as it was the Oscars) … whereas the men outside of Harvey Keitel none of these peens have been nominated for an Oscar.

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