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It took 27 years* to do it, but someone finally wrote the Dead Poets Society parody the world didn't even know it had been waiting for with "Farewell, Mr. Bunting." The season finale of Saturday Night Live on May 21 was notable for its grand opening sketch and a scene so hilarious in the moment that the cast kept cracking up, but this short video may have the longest life online. This recreation of the iconic scene where students stand up for their departing mentor is both a dead-on satire, as students are forced to read lines like "The arts in general are for women and homosexuals. When you read a poem, you should never feel... emotion," and something as unexpected and surprising as poetry itself.