'Getting Punched in the Taint was Good': Even Juggalos Don’t Understand Why SNL Keeps Spoofing Them

For reasons just as inexplicable as having soulless cheeseball Bruno Mars double-team musical guest/hosting duties, Saturday Night Live once again spoofed those unfailingly viral Gathering of the Juggalos infomercials this weekend.

This time, DJ Supersoak and Lil' Blaster came to promote Donkey Punch the Ballot, an election-themed underground festival of green-screened atrocities including a rap-rock band called Todd Akin and the Legitimate Rapes, a Lincoln-Douglas debate re-enactment starring Linkin Park and Buster Douglas, and on-site job interviews with Herman Cain. ("Bring a condom!")

Surely Insane Clown Posse and its label Psychopathic Records are thrilled by the continued interest, but is anybody else following this joke? Obviously, SNL's primary concern clearly isn't inclusion, but at this point, even their most empathetic viewers are confused.

"I don't know about you ninjas but these are getting less entertaining each time they do it," writes the Texas-based blog True Juggalo Family.

"I love the fact that they keep spoofing us, but was this one funny to you?" asked Faygoluvers. "Getting punched in the taint was good, but what did you think of it all?"

To be fair, Vein Crapital is a pretty good name for an anarcho-punk band.

[NBC]