Will Arnett Makes Ken Jeong Laugh with Millennial Rant on ‘Murderville’
Lego Masters host Will Arnett has a new show on Netflix called Murderville. Each episode of the show features a celebrity guest star who is not given a script and has to improvise their way through solving a crime.
One of those celebrity guest stars is none other than The Masked Singer judge Ken Jeong. In an outtake shared on Twitter, Arnett makes Jeong laugh with a joking rant about millennials.
Will Arnett Rants About Millennials on ‘Murderville’
Jeong tweeted a video from Netflix in which he tries to make sense of a clue by asking Arnett if he remembers IBM computers from the 1970s.
Arnett immediately responds, “Of course I don’t remember back then! I was born in 1991, 5, 8. I was born in December of 1998, so it was practically 1999.”
The actor goes on to call himself “a millennial” and says his “job is not creative enough for me.” Jeong cracks up as he continues to stereotype the millennial generation, saying, “I wanna work from home, and I don’t wanna have to work too hard.”
“And if it’s not fun, then it’s not worth doing,” Arnett continues, as Jeong laughs. “And everybody’s my enemy, okay? And everything is wrong with everything, and nobody does anything right.”
Arnett’s Rant Wasn’t Even Accurate
Perhaps the funniest part of Arnett’s spoof of millennials is that people born in 1998 are actually considered to be part of Generation Z. That mistake would probably have Zoomers telling him, “Okay, Boomer.”
But of course they would be incorrect as well, because Arnett was born in 1970, making him a member of Generation X. It just goes to show how confusing these generational boundaries can be, even when people aren’t lying about their age.
If you want to see Jeong and Arnett’s full episode together, you can stream Murderville on Netflix now. All six episodes of the first season are available.