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Not Suitable for Prime Time

December 29, 1991

I have watched "Saturday Night Live" (NBC) since it began airing in 1975. Although the program began a steady decline in laughs since the departure of John Belushi, I continued viewing, thinking that I might find some sketches that were amusing.

That was up until the Nov. 16 show when they did a sketch that I found personally insulting--"Massive Head Injury Man."

As a result of a violent crime, I had a massive head injury. A person's suffering is not to be held up for ridicule. Obviously, the present crew of "Saturday Night Live" lacks both comedic talent and common decency.

Jack B. Pollack, Redondo Beach

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