Samuel L. Jackson: Did He or Did He Not Drop the F-Bomb on “SNL”?

Published by on Monday, December 17, 2012 at 10:00 am.

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After his controversial appearance on Saturday Night Live this past weekend, Samuel L. Jackson has managed to spark the latest debate regarding TV: Did he or did he not drop the F-bomb?

The back-and-forth stems from the actors cameo on Kenan Thompson’s popular mock talk show “What’s Up With That?” Jackson nearly dropped the F-bomb when he pretended to be irked after getting interrupted by Thompson saying something which sounded very much like the F-word. He also said, very quickly, the words behind the abbreviation b.s.

Regarding the F-bomb, Thompson caught Jackson before he got the word completely out, saying to the Django Unchained star: “C’mon, Sam. That costs money!”

Shortly after the skit was done, Jackson took to Twitter trying to explain the gaff. “I only said FUH,” he insisted, adding that Thompson was supposed to cut him off when he got to the b.s. part, but “blew it!!”

Oh, Sam. It doesn’t matter whether you dropped the f-bizzle or not all that mattered was that we laughed our butts off… mission accomplished. Now, what the FCC thought about the matter, that’s another issue.

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