The 20/20 Experience by Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake's new album, The 20/20 Experience, is like a really beautiful Wedding. Everything seems great.  The venue is breathtaking.  The bride looks really gorgeous in her dress.  Hell, they served sushi and mini strip steak sandwiches before the ceremony!  Did I mention that it's a Destination wedding in Malibu? Well, it is.  Oh, and the father of the Bride actually told you this: "we may have something down for you at our new company.  Oh, but you'd have to move to Hawaii.  Would that be a problem for you?"  You're like, "no, I don't think it would be a problem, Mr. McTimberlake."

You finally sit down.  Now, you're whispering to your wife how—can you believe this—you're actually having a good time.  Then, Rev. Justin Timberlake comes and says "Dearly beloved..." You hate to admit it but, this is really moving.  

There's just one problem.  He's going on and on and on and on.  

Jeez, it's been an hour.  Now, it's been two hours.  And he keeps pausing as if he's finished.  But, he's not.  He goes on for another hour.  Now, you're checking your watch.  Fuck, it's really only been 30 minutes. Thank God, he's done.   It's time for the bride and groom to exchange their vows.  The bride begins and it is beautiful, life-changing stuff.  But, she, too, is going on for an hour—I mean, an hour and a half.  You check your watch.  Fuck, it's actually been an hour and a half.  Finally, she's done.  But, no!—now it's the groom's turn.  He'll be quick, right? You need to pee.  He goes on for two hours.  It's boring as shit.  

Finally, it's finished.  Everything started out so well! But, you're so glad it's over.  But, then again, it's not over.  There's the reception—and it's outside.  You're thinking, "are these people dumb? This is California. It get's cold at night!" True, it does.  It's frigid outside.  

Finally, at midnight, it's over.  Fuck these people.  You never liked any of them to begin with.  You can't wait to go home and take off your suit and tie.   

The 20/20 Experience by Justin Timberlake