His first day back at the lampoon, he showed a copy of it to Beard.
Comedians who lampoon Leno will sometimes get a personal phone call from him, asking, "What's up?"
SNL was forced to lampoon itself as a result of the whole thing.
"He didn't respect his talent," says Michael Gross, the former lampoon art director, who saw him frequently in California.
When he arrived, carrying nothing but a knapsack, he retrieved his lampoon credit card from his wallet and broke it in two.
These were choice morsels from the lampoon of the notary Danckaerts.
His crime was a lampoon of two lines affixed to the college door.
The story of royalty should not be a Court198 Circular; but neither should it be a lampoon, written by a trusted friend.
As a lampoon, Don Quixote could hardly have endured to this day.
He published a lampoon on Aaron Hill; he was taxed with it; and he lied and equivocated.
1650s, from lampoon (n.), or else from French lamponner, from the Middle French noun. Related: Lampooned; lampooning.