The opening sketch was pretty good, its been a long time since we've seen Marty and Bobbie Culp. The way they talk sort of reminds me of the Roxbury guys because they were like "Reggie you want to stand up? No..no..thats ok he's being a little shy one.."
The Monologue was hilarious but for 6 reasons only : Chris Kattan, Tim Meadows, Molly Shannon, Horatio Sanz, Will Ferrell, and Jimmy Fallon. Sarah Michelle Gellar made me so sick, she can't act worth shit! And how they could want to hit on her gets me. It was a good idea to get the cast members in the monologue, because if they had just let Sarah stand up there and try to be funny on her own half the people in the audience would have left and half the country would have changed the channel!
The Tiger beat ultra super duper dreamy love show was ok. But of course they just had to get the other losers from buffy on there, with the exception of Seth Green, I like him.
Now for the best sketch of the show, The Sex-Crazed Couple!!! I was laughing so hard from the beginning, but I hit the floor when Chris Kattan got on his knees and asked Sarah to be his bitch, that was so hilarious!
I remember the skits Will did when he was telling his kids to get off the shed, and I was so happy to see him bring it back. I love it when he starts to threaten his kid, like when he was threatening to chain him to a pole, that was so funny! I hope he does more of these sketches next season, I would love to see more of them.
I've never been interested in TV Funhouse unless they had the Ambiguously Gay Duo on there, so I didn't pay attention to this one much, but it was ok.
Mtv's Shame Attack sketch was also hilarious, I loved it when they get Chris and Jimmy in a sketch together, they always make them the best! Chris and Molly's outfits were pretty extreme, but thats what they all look like on Mtv's The Blame Game. But what was that liquid stuff that they poured all over Molly? And then Chris had to hug her so he got it all over him, too. That must have been so gross!
This is just what we need for the last musical guest of the season, MORE TEENIE BOPPER BANDS!!!! Give me a break!!!
Colin's Weekend Update was ok, I liked Cheri's impression of Amy Fisher.
Channel 5's sunday Matinee: Dusty's Love - That sketch scared the hell out of me!
Horatio did such a good impression of Rosie O'Donnell! Its about time they made fun of her, she was really starting to get on my nerves. And I knew it wouldn't be long before they made fun of Miss Britney, you know what I mean!
Some advice to SNL, if you ever intend on having Sarah Michelle Gellar back (I hope you don't!!) But if you do, then please keep her covered! We don't need to see anymore of her slutiness show, we got to see plenty of that in Cruel Intentions, and it made most of us sick.
I was glad to see Tracy Morgan get to be in a sketch, but this sketch clearly sucked! It was short and just about pointless. They could have thought of a better one for Tracy, he deserves much better especially since it was the last sketch of the last episode of the season.
By the way, I forgot to mention that Chris Kattan got Colin back for his little remark on Weekend Update in the monologue, so way to go for him!
I really enjoyed this weekends episode, it was awesome with the exception of the nasty slut and the stupid Teenie Boppers. But because the sketches were hilafious and there was plenty of Chris Kattan (I love him to death!) I give this weekends episode a 9! Now lets hope to see someone worth watching in the first show of the season, see you guys later!!
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