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You mad? Tim Meadows rants, recants about SNL

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  • The former 'Saturday Night Live' cast member is upset that the show didn't invite him back for a 'Bill Brasky' sketch
  • Meadows posted on Facebook that he 'will never watch SNL again' but later took back his comments
You mad? Tim Meadows rants, recants about SNL

This week's episode of "Saturday Night Live" featured the return of 90's-era sketch, "Bill Brasky," but there was at least one person who was raving mad about it -- former cast member Tim Meadows.

The actor/comedian, who appeared on "Saturday Night Live" from 1991 to 2000, took to Facebook to rant about not being invited back to the show to be a part of a sketch he helped make famous.

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"They did Brasky with out me…" Meadows said on Facebook, referring to a character in the sketch. Under the comments section, he continued: "Not even a 'hey would you want to come to do one line and bring your kids to see the 5 directions?' Nothing.… Wow…."

Meadows continued, saying "I guess it just dawned on me that I mean NOTHING to them … I'm not in Anchor Man and I'm not promoting a show so who would want to pay for me to fly to NYC. I'm nobody. NOBODY!!" He added: "…F--- them."

Meadows later posted on Facebook that he talked to a friend on the show who said it was a last-minute sketch. 

"I acted like a baby. I'm happy for all of my friends success and will always be grateful and proud to have been a part of SNL." He added, "I take back everything I said before!"

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