FORTUNE -- For Macworld/iWorld Expo attendees who hadn't yet discovered Portlandia -- the Peabody-award winning sketch comedy series that airs in relative obscurity on the Independent Film Channel -- Fred Armisen's keynote Friday morning was a double treat.
Not only did Armison tell backstage stories from his better-known gig -- as a cast member on Saturday Night Live who has played everybody from Steve Jobs to the Queen of England -- but he punctuated his appearance with a pair of clever Portlandia clips featuring the Apple (AAPL) products he clearly loves.
Macworld editor Chris Breen, who conducted the interview, queued them up:
Technology Loop: In which Armisen suffers information overload and becomes a top 10 Mind-Fi Fail.
iPhone Drop: In which the life of an iPhone passes before co-star Carrie Brownstein's eyes.
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