96% of Americans have access to two or fewer cable broadband providers. The Obama-appointed head of the FCC is a former lobbyist for cable companies. On average, America's download speed ranks worse than Estonia. And the currently open and democratic Internet is poised to become an innovation-stifling class system if the FCC puts an end to net neutrality. You already knew all this, but it's still worth watching John Oliver hilariously tackle an ostensibly boring issue that should be getting a lot more press: "Preventing Cable Company Fuckery."

You heard him, trolls, go stand up for your right to live free under an open Internet bridge. That is, if you can get the FCC's net neutrality comment page to work; it's a bit spotty.