Fall TV’s Best: Betty White and the Anthropology Rap

The 2010-2011 television season has barely begun and Community has already had the best guest appearance in a hilarious premiere episode. Betty White guest starred on Community as a crazy anthropology professor who attacks Jeff Winger (Joel McHale) with a cross bow. Yes, the shot of Betty White standing over Joel McHale with a deadly weapon is fantastic, but what is even better occurred during the show’s end credits.

These credit sequences are reserved for Abed (Danny Pudi) and Troy (Donald Glover) to goof off. This week they were joined by one Betty White to perform “Anthropology Rap”. Watch it here. You’ll giggle with delight.

Is it a great as last season’s “La Biblioteca“? Who cares! All I know is that I can definitely live with every tv executives’s new programming strategy: Put Betty White on everything.

Betty White in an Instant SNL Classic

If you have yet to watch last night’s Saturday Night Live, do so immediately. With Betty White as host, the show was pure bliss.

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The presence of the 88 1/2 year old White made SNL watchable for the first time in months. With the added support of Molly Shannon, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch and Ana Gasteyer, SNL became a celebration of the women of SNL.

One review breaks down White’s appearance:

Most of Ms. White’s jokes boiled down to some version of her (a) saying something totally inappropriate for her age, or (b) making some kind of subtle – or blatant – sexual innuendo. But really, who cares, when so many of them worked?

I loved it. How about you? Was Betty White’s appearance on SNL everything you dreamed it would be?