This weekend Saturday Night Live revisited one of its more beloved sketches, “Bill Brasky.” The revamped sketch involved host Paul Rudd, SNL legend Will Ferrell, current SNL cast member Taran Killam, and the hilarious David Koechner. Having Ferrell and Koechner there with Rudd only made sense with Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues hitting theaters soon. Adding to that was that Adam McKay, who’d written the originals, wrote the sketch. Killam also made sense because you can’t have a sketch without any of the present cast members. So what was the problem? The problem was Tim Meadows, another SNL great, not getting asked to join in on the loved sketch. A sketch that he was total regular in! One other thing to consider, Meadows has only been asked back twice since leaving the show 13 years ago, a number that Kristen Wiig has already matched since leaving…last year.
Meadows took to Facebook to vent and share some frustration on the situation. Ok, vent and share frustration might be too light, Meadows was plain old pissed off about it. “They did Brasky with out me…” Meadows posted. Tons of Meadows’ friends commented on his status, but Meadows wasn’t done either. Posting “Not even a ‘hey would you want to come to do one line and bring your kids to see 5 directions…?’ nothing… wow…” He went on to say “I guess I know my place…” Read More