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 rantabout not being invited back to the show to be a part of a sketch he helped make famous.
"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!"