Since Beyonce released her amazing self-titled fifth album last December, in a sneak attack move that patently redefined how major albums are distributed and required silence from more people than the JFK assassination, there has been a groundswell of support from the artist, whose last album, 2011's "4" wasn't exactly the smash it should have been. In a pre-recorded sketch on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend (they are no longer "Digital Shorts"), the show's host Andrew Garfield found out what it was like to be the one man in the entire world to dispute Bey's reign.
The sketch (via Huffington Post), entitled "The Beygency," is pretty weird and funny, and made even weirder and funnier by the fact that it's largely inspired by the Matt Damon / Emily Blunt sci-fi romance "The Adjustment Bureau," a movie that I liked quite a bit but didn't exactly set the world on fire. Garfield plays a man pursued by sinister forces after he admits that he didn't think that "Drunk In Love" was all that good.
It's even better because Taran Killam, the "SNL" cast member who made waves thanks to his homemade video where he uncannily recreates the video for Robyn's "Call Your Girlfriend" (with some help from his fellow cast members/writers), is allowed to dance a little bit in the clip.
Just watch the video below. And be sure to bow down, bitches.