Garfunkel and Oates (a.k.a. Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci) have a way of putting what we're all thinking to bouncy, jaunty ballads -- whether it's about bafflement over manual stimulation, douchebags or noted sex symbol David Wain.
But in the era of Occupy Wall Street, they turn their attention to a different way to get screwed: banks. Specifically, how we must save them, and we must make sure the bankers are protected at all costs. After all, the true test of a society's mettle is how it treats its most well-off, right? That's the proverb, right?