SNL Head Writer Colin Jost Tears Down Time Warner Cable over Twitter
Very, very few people like their cable providers, and in factTime Warner Cable is America's worst company.
The mounting frustration let Saturday Night Live head writer and Weekend Update co-host Colin Jost to unleash his hate on Twitter June 17.
It started as just some harmless heckling
The main reason I believe in the concept of Hell is because I know the people who work at Time Warner Cable will go there when they die.— Colin Jost (@ColinJost) June 18, 2015
My new goal in life is to be the Mother Theresa of getting people to switch from Time Warner Cable to Fios. #SpiteSpokesman— Colin Jost (@TheColinJost) June 18, 2015
Hey Netflix, Want to come over to my place and watch Time Warner Cable slowly die together? (CC'ing Satan so he knows to expect them.)— Colin Jost (@TheColinJost) June 18, 2015
When I called up Time Warner Cable, a representative said to me, out of nowhere, "I wish Bin Laden were still alive..." #timewarnercable— Colin Jost (@TheColinJost) June 18, 2015
My #TimeWarnerCable isn't working. The box just says, "Voting For Trump."— Colin Jost (@TheColinJost) June 18, 2015
He shed some light in on his history with the company
He eventually offered money for people to switch providers
How much does SNL pay??
Then Time Warner tried to reach out to help
.@TWC_Help especially the last technician who literally left after shaking his head and saying, "Dat's fucked up."— Colin Jost (@TheColinJost) June 18, 2015
@TheColinJost We're very sorry for any negative experience. Is there anything we can do to help? ^MG— TWC Help (@TWC_Help) June 18, 2015
.@TWC_Help or the representative with the ID number 2254 who just offered to credit my account for eighteen dollars and seventy five cents.— Colin Jost (@TheColinJost) June 18, 2015
Time Warner then proposed a creepy solution
.@TWC_Help Yeah good call let's try to keep this private. (whispered) "One of your technicians showed me his penis."— Colin Jost (@TheColinJost) June 18, 2015
Let that be a lesson to you kids. You can get the service and respect you want from terrible companies provided that you have a regular spot on a weekly network television show.
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