You want self-important bloviating with that?

Good drama is all about smashing delusions. And in just the way that we all assumed an Aaron Sorkin-written HBO series about a cable news station would be moderately tolerable entertainment, most of us probably suspect that the behind-the-scenes mechanisms of our favorite fast food restaurant are boring and wholly unsexy. Turns out neither could be further from the truth.

There's no shortage of Sorkin parodies in the world, but this sketch from Comedy Central's Inside Amy Schumercalled "The Foodroom"—is definitely the best one I've seen in a long while. Possibly ever. It's got the walk-and-talk, the grandiose monologuing, the quick back-and-forth patter.The only substantive difference between this and The Newsroom is that I made it all the way through this.

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(by Dennis DiClaudio)

Sources: Comedy Central | h/t Gawker