SNL s1e4 11/08/1975: Predictive Programming
Last time the only thing I thought was interesting was the number 33 popping up at random in the episode, which many think is a way for people within the Illuminati to use numbers in this way to communicate with each other. And 33 is the highest grade you can be in the Freemasons. Theoretically, it could be they put that there as a way to communicate that people in the know should watch the next episode. Because there is a lot in this episode. Almost every other sketch has something interesting.
First, Saturday Night’s first woman host, Candice Bergen comes out and announces that she’s first, but it’s almost as if she’s there as an apology as she also mentions the recently down-voted Equal Rights Amendment. This is a common thing to happen, even though this is probably just one of many things. First, something bad, like how they recently repealed Roe v. Wade, but the Illuminati lightens it by adding something good to keep people from rising up, like how the council investigating the January 6 Uprising is there basically to calm people down. No Equal Rights, but there’s a woman host on a popular television show so it’s all okay, right?
The next sketch has Garret Morris coming into the CIA to give him the file they probably have on him but the agent explains that everything is too much of a mess for him to ever find it. This is almost like it’s trying to make us all think “the CIA couldn’t possibly get any work done, least of all spy on the American public, with an office like that!” At the end of the sketch, Akroyd tells his secretary to open a file on Morris. As if saying “the very act of asking for your file from the CIA will cause them to start spying on you.” This will make people decide against seeking out such information for themselves.
This next sketch is called “Land Jaws” And is a parody of the recently released Jaws. The sketch features a shark that knocks on people's doors and says things like “Candygram.” To get people to open up and then they’re attacked by a shark. It’s a pretty funny sketch but I believe it also insinuates the Son of Sam, a serial murderer who terrorized all of New York the next year. The radio even explains at one point that the shark seems to target mostly white women, just like the Son of Sam did. Both this fake shark and the Son of Sam also gave people reason to lock themselves inside and not go out for fear they might be the next to be murdered.
Also during this episode, they pause everything to literally have a polaroid commercial. This is probably more an indication of how broke and desperate they were in the very early days, but maybe it’s the Illuminati attempted to get the public to purchase cameras because they secretly take a copy of every picture? Okay, that one is just crazy…
The last thing to mention is a segment which is just a conversation between these two women that is basically about what it takes to be a woman. Except this isn’t empowering, just the opposite. Their conversation essentially amounts to “a woman’s job is to look pretty” more or less. Being that the Illuminati almost certainly consists entirely of Narcissistic White Men, their ideas for women are that they are objects meant to look pretty, make dinner, and have kids. This is one of the oldest lies the Illuminati has perpetuated, that women are unable to perform any of the same duties as men, and it just isn’t true and never has been. But the longer they can get women to believe this lie, the longer they can keep control over half the population.