The Saturday Night Live co-head writer and "Weekend Update" anchor has a long history of taking on his critics via his Instagram Stories. Last April, Che smeared the author of an opinion piece criticizing Colin Jost. On Wednesday, former Jimmy Kimmel Live! writer Jack Allison went into detail on his seven-month feud with Che -- whom he's never met -- and wondered why the SNL star was so fixated on him and other critics. "In the end, working at SNL is the crown jewel for career-focused comedians, the key to a long and profitable career doing bland mainstream comedy (and the occasional passion project on cable)," Allison wrote. "The position itself is the goal, so the job is mostly about self-preservation, not creating good comedy. So why engage with criticism?" Allison added: "There’s a flipside to this saga: If these comedians are so eager to stamp out criticism, they’re admitting that they’re paying attention. Ten years ago, there was no real way for someone like Che to seek out and reply to criticism like mine, which at the time might’ve run on my personal blog, with no organic way of reaching the outside world. Now, those walls have come down, which is why I can say the following words with full certainty that they’ll eventually find their way to its intended target: Michael, SNL still sucks, and you are weird for caring that I think it sucks. Once again, thanks for reading." Che did, in fact, read Allison's article. On Wednesday night, without mentioning Allison, Che wrote on his Instagram Stories: "i gotta tell ya, of all the thirst traps written about me in my short career. that was THE most boring. I mean, goddamn." Che then proceeded to showcase his favorite articles criticizing him.