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Thursday, September 22, 2011

Andy Samberg Pulls Out His Mark Zuckerberg Impression at Facebook Conference

Posted By on Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 2:52 PM

While the big news out of f8, Facebook's annual conference for developers, was the introduction of Timeline and their partnership with Spotify, Rhapsody,, MOG and more, what really got the crowd's attention was an intro by Andy Samberg.

As spotted over at SFist, Samberg started the conference off doing a Mark Zuckerberg impression that's equal parts tech goober and overenthusiastic bro.

"We're gonna change the universe!" Samberg exclaimed. "Ah, I save that every year." After bragging about his abs, Facebook's user growth, and "putting a bullet in the brain" of MySpace, Samberg also broke out a few other Berg impressions, namely Jesse Eisenberg and Mark Wahlberg.

It's not the first time Samberg has shared the stage with Zuckerberg. The two popped up on either side of The Social Network star Jesse Eisenberg on SNL, when Eisenberg was hosting.

We'd say Samberg has gotten even better at the impression, and Zuck has admirably loosened up on stage. Onward and upward with the arts.

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