SNL guests James Franco and Seth Rogen performed a routine last night about the Sony hack, but didn’t even allude to the still-possible, not-definitively-ruled-out assistance of North Korea. (Yesterday a North Korean spokesperson was quoted saying that the hacking of Sony’s computers and information “might be a righteous deed of the supporters and sympathizers” of North Korea who are joining its efforts to “put an end to US imperialism.” Is that any way to deny involvement?) Franco-Rogen didn’t even mention the possibility that their film might have inspired a hostile country to seek revenge. They could have gone all over the place with that notion. A bit wimpy in you ask me.