Oscars Producers Don't Understand Why You Dummies Didn't Get Their Super Smart Boob Jokes

You big dumb whiners — always opening up your big dumb mouths and whining about things! Things like jokes that you clearly don't get because you're too big and dumb to have a sense of humor. Take Seth MacFarlane's "Boobs Song" at the Oscars, for example. Maybe you thought it was stupid, maybe you thought it was sexist. Or maybe you're an IDIOT and just didn't understand that it was super great joke.

At least that's what the Oscars producers, the smartest people in Hollywood — Heck! The world! — think about you. When asked about MacFarlane's stupid and eye-roll-inducing excellent example of musical satire at this year's Academy Awards, producer Craig Zadan wanted to clarify things for us.

"It was not about the women that were mentioned," he told the Hollywood Reporter at this past Saturday's GLAAD Awards. "The song was about him being a bad host and him being a juvenile, which was why he was a bad host."

Ohhhhhhhhh. See? You can say anything you want and have it be funny so long as you first clarify that it's intentionally bad. But wait, can you go over the joke one more time for us dumb fucks in the back?

Fellow producer Neil Meron adds, "Everyone who complained missed the joke, it was satire."

Well, there you have it. It's not that you understood that it was satire and still thought it was unfunny. It was that you missed the joke. Please start writing your apology letters to MacFarlane and the Academy Awards producers ASAP. Or, better yet, just tweet them a photo of your tits. As satire.

Oscar producers on 'Boobs Song': You missed the joke [EW]