Jeff Bridges hosted "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, but the highlight of the show came from the digital short, a debut of Lonely Island's "I Just Had Sex" featuring Akon (the first single off of Lonely Island's second album). Considering that the YouTube video has been viewed almost three million times in two days, I'd say that people might kind of like this song.
Anyway, the Dude did okay. I thought he was a little underused (I would have liked to have seen more of his Nick Nolte in the Miley Cyrus sketch), but all in all it seemed like the writers and cast decided to try this week. Of course, I was drunk when I watched it, so who knows. Click through for the highlights.
Merry Crunkmas, everybody: there's finally a sequel to Kickspit. Juggalo jokes always work for me.
This sketch didn't deliver any huge laughs for me, but I love the concept.
I'm including this in the highlights merely because it's a cold open I didn't fast forward through. Probably because it's less than three minutes instead of the usual agonizing six.
I can't explain it, but this annoying impression of annoying people is somehow funny to me.
What I call this is not as good as the Wonderful Life sketch with Dana Carvey.
This is proof that the funniest impressions aren't necessarily the most accurate ones. Taran Killam's Brad Pitt isn't much more than a loose caricature, but it absolutely killed me.
It's fun to see Stefon interact with other characters. "This is fun, drunk leopard."