Last week’s Saturday Night Live with Jared Carmichael’s episode featured one of the best monologues of a long, long time, and many head-scratching decisions about which sketches to air and how to play before and after. There will definitely be no confusion about how to handle SNL hosting Jake Gillenhall’s second time this week, right?
What is The Deal SNL Was it cold open last night (04/09/22)?
The show has seemed a bit unfocused in recent episodes, however; The next judge of the US Supreme Court.
James Austin Johnson greets Justice Jackson (Ego Nwodim) at the White House Oval Office and takes a week off from playing Trump (which looks even weird typing in 2022) to play President Joe Biden. Chloe Feinman interrupts to rush the president to his next appointment, but not before his desire to speak of the past is rubbed off on the judge, who first imagines the spirit of Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Kate McKinnon gets another chance to shoot RBG Zinkers, including jokes at the expense of Ted Cruz. Kenan Thompson portrays the late Judge Durkut as a marshal, wondering how much has not changed; Bungee Johnson’s Harriet Tupman, on the other hand, wonders how much has changed; And Chris Reddin’s Jackie Robinson warns that racists will probably still throw batteries at him. Overall, this is a testament not only to the nation’s progress in breaking down racial barriers, but also to how far the SNL has come since a cold opening with Kerry Washington at the White House in 2013. .
How The SNL Guest presenter Jack Gillenhall do?
The new film stars Jake Gillenhall Medical ambulance, But he did not mention it! Sorry, Michael Bay. No plugs for you. Our man Jack is very busy remembering the first and last host of SNL in 2007. Dream heroines Bit on that monologue, “It’s actually the least problematic thing in that episode.” Jake denies his profession is “really stupid work”. It should be hypocritical and fun and filled with joy.
And the boy who played “Mr. In “Magic” John Mulani & The Sock Lunch Punch Tonight will be fun and musical, singing four different times in the episode including this monologue – Chloe, Ego and Cecilie Strong backed him (wearing their pre-show backing dancer costumes) Celine Dion’s “It’s All Coming Back Now.”
For a guy who said he didn’t want to go to Monologue, with two exceptions he was not asked to portray real people we could identify with. This pre-recorded parody of Property Brothers finds Jake and Mickey Dave presenting “Dream Home Cousins” to a couple starring JAJ and Heidi Gardner. Only mother-in-law Bee (Kate) has other ideas, and relatives have completely relocated their house to Bee’s profile. In 1978 I even imported Pia’s green electric stove and toaster into the kitchen. And by removing all the bathroom windows, “enemies and hawkers” can no longer see Uncle Pia, “making her dirty.” Kate old lady knows how to play Gray Gray. But still. Oops.
Mickey introduces Singers Four (Jack, Kate, Sicily, Bowen Yang) for their first major reunion in five years, so you can expect something special. Still. They dedicate this song to those in the middle, winners or losers, who may be bad at sex, but at least you will not be afraid or upset? This painting, on the other hand, wants it to be in the middle.
The midnight “Spring Flowers” sketch, by contrast, does not shrink violet when filmed in such a way that you remember its shot. Bowen’s bee touches all four flowers (Jack, Sarah Sherman, Sicily, Chris), the dog’s urinal, and Kyle Mooney’s unwanted weed (I’m amazed at how much of a role he plays in this meta commentary, especially after watching his once-cut-for-time short). Then there is Chris Flower, a late bloomer who wants to make up for the time he lost. This painting certainly provoked equal amounts of laughter and outcry, but did it get them?
Meanwhile, this pre-taped bit, felt like a 10-to-1 idea, and it somehow moved on in hours. It opens in a female room where colleagues are whispering. SNL recently set up a similar sketch in the men’s room, but this time the plot was turned upside down when the women realized that the girls were chucky (yes, the doll that came from the doll). Baby game Movies) was in the stall listening to everything. Chuckie (Sarah) starts punching women (Chloe, Ego, Melissa Villasenor), Chuckie does the usual. They are all called to HR, where Jake’s character calls them bullying and stabbing, respectively. And everyone hates Janet (Aid Bryant), who takes notes and eats tuna.
The best shots of how great Jake could have been were available in the final half hour. Sicily Strong, “Lights, Camera, Oops!” Plays the anonymous presenter of. Introducing the clip taken by Jack One-Up Wall Kilmer at Doc Holiday. Jack’s Doc Holiday, suffering from tuberculosis, coughs and sneezes on bad guys Curly Bill and Johnny Ringo (Alex Moffat and Andrew Dismux). Although the painting omits all modern-day references to Pedialyte, CVS, and Valtrex, Jack’s dedication to the character’s resistance makes the painting stand out.
He continued it with this bit as he and Melissa’s characters read aloud the “couple counselor” (funky) texts that led to their first therapy session. Girlfriend (Ego) threatens to betray and kill her. Fortunately, there is no harm to anyone in this painting, and after warning Jack not to give voice when reading “Curl”, everything is fine.
To what extent is musical guest Camila Capello appropriate?
L’Oreal remembered booking their ad with Capello as the company’s spokesperson during the show, so it’s very relevant. Time-wise, though not important, as Cabello drops his new album Family, Friday. His album release ceremony “broke” Dicto this week. His performance includes two new songs from the album.
First came “Bam Bam”, which, although Sheeran did not appear, was definitely like the song featuring Ed Sheeran. Cabello and his dancers replenished it with their energy. Besides, his second song was still a big deal.
Because Willow’s onboard for “Psychofreak” with many autobiographical references and meta-metaphors. Not only that, it’s a banger that will be a smash hit.
Which sketch will we share: “Why did you like it?”
Kenan hosted a game show with rivals (Chloe, Chris, Jake) talking about things that would attract millions of viewers on SNL. Chris’ character tries to “pass” his turn. Jake is under a lot of pressure because his girlfriend (Ego) is in the audience and advises him because they all wanted selected photos for the same reason. They believed that someone would look at their wishes and want to have sex with them. If anything, the sketch could have hit even harder by raising some firm stakes. Their closeness is a joke, but the third round ends with the question: Why did you respond to their Instagram story even though you never met them? I’m sorry to admit, it made me reconsider how I use Instagram. What a good thing!
Who stopped the weekend update?
Only one visit to the update desk this week, the pair trend forecasters (Aidy and Bowen) reminding us of what is and what is not now. But most importantly they insist on what we should not do anymore. On the way out: Jogging with Kelly Clarkson (because he’s so busy with his talk show that he encourages you); Wait outside the fitting room for your partner; And making noise before you sneeze sounds like an orgasm.
Their catchphrase was, “Go to bed, bitch!” Sounds a little intimidating, as if warning viewers of what is to come?
What sketch filled the “10-to-1” slot?
At 12:56 a.m. Eastern is a live sketch that may or may not be sponsored by Loves Travel Stops, and is aimed at the long-distance trucking lifestyle. Ego and Kyle play casual road-trippers, confused by what they sell inside, but he’s hired to hype the 42-song CD compilation “Truck You, You Truck Truck” by Johnny Goblin (Jack). ) “Are all these songs about urination?” Kyle asks. But wait, there is more! Jackie’s Johnny Goblin sings with his hand on his pants after eating Flamingo Hot Cheetahs. He sings with Cecilie and Andrew about blowing that horn for the kids and accidentally picking up El Chapo (Melissa)? Clancy d. Looks like Bachlerod and Jackie Snott have found a loved one to keep going on the truck.
Who is the MVP of the episode?
Kate McKinnon The first half hour starred in three major roles, but then the rest of the night was relaxed. You know Cecil Strong Appears whenever Jake sings. Ego NwodimHowever, the heaviest load of the evening, centered on the cold, was then immediately backed up by Jake on a monologue, giving the game-show a sketch and a 10-to-1 balance, and playing a key role in two more paintings. . His humorous fingerprints were present throughout the episode. Mr. Unless you want to pause the music for another moment, Jack Gillenhall. It reminds me, a guest host is the only way to do more in one night
Next week, when Liso will be the host and music guest!
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