SNL Pitches iPhone 5 Factory Workers Against Critics in a Parody; NSFW Toilet Parody of Facebook Chair Ad

Saturday Night Live's latest parody' show Tech Talk iPhone 5, features 'writers' from Cnet, Wired and Gizmodo who initially complain about Google Maps, a purplish hue in photos of the sun and the unbearable lightness of the iPhone. To put these problems in perspective three Chinese factory workers who made the iPhone are lined up […]

Saturday Night Live (SNL) iPhone 5 Parody mokes up pitting Foxconn factory workers against tech critics

Saturday Night Live's latest parody' show Tech Talk iPhone 5, features 'writers' from Cnet, Wired and Gizmodo who initially complain about Google Maps, a purplish hue in photos of the sun and the unbearable lightness of the iPhone.

To put these problems in perspective three Chinese factory workers who made the iPhone are lined up to put these 'problems' into perspective. "You wanted Starbucks, but it took you to Dunkin' Donuts?" says one worker, "That must be so hard for you… I guess we are lucky that we don't use Maps since we SLEEP where we work," says another.

Applegate asks the workers if they'd, in turn, like to complain about any American products - check it out for the answer:

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In another vide, a parody pokes fun at Facebook's first ever TV Commercial that the company launched druing the first week of this month titled" Facebook | The Things That Connect Us," that compares the chairs to Facebook. The parody instead uses toilets, magazines, and toilet paper with slightly naughty language, thus earning the NSFW label.

Original Facebook TV advert: