Forget the Green Goblin – looks like Spider-Man's biggest enemy is Conan O'Brien.
On his late-night talk show last week, O'Brien offered up a "preview" of the trouble-plagued "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" Broadway musical featuring actors in low-budget costumes belting out songs with cheesy lyrics.
Though the audience found the skit hilarious, the "Conan" parody hit a sour note with the "Turn Off the Dark" team. The New York Post reports that the sensitive Spidey production sent O'Brien a large floral bouquet with a message that read, "We hope you enjoy the flowers. It was cheaper than a cease-and-desist."
But according to New York magazine's Vulture, the gesture was all in fun.
A rep for the musical tells Vulture it was all in good fun: "The flowers were absolutely sent with affection. They were expensive flowers!"
Seriously, you don't.
That is one of my "most biggest" grammar pet peeves. Ugh.
"more funnier" and "more better"??? Come on, man.
IM WILLING TO BET THAT THE SPOOF WAS MORE FUNNIER AND MORE BETTER THAN THE MUSICAL ACTUALLY WAS
These comments are more hillariouser than the skit.
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