Jennifer Love Hewitt / Beastie Boys
November 21, 1998

[Intro] Lewinsky and Tripp Talk On Phone: I thought this was a lot better than the other president-related intros they've been doing lately. Has anyone else noticed that Molly about has an aneurysm when she says "Live from New York it's Saturday night!"?


Monologue: It was okay. The monologue's never are excessively funny but this one was pretty good.


The Ladies' Man: HILARIOUS!!! The best Ladies' Man I've seen in a while. I loved the part when he was talking about his family and suddenly he goes, "I suggest doin' it in the butt. Oh I'm sorry, I forgot what we were talking about."


Celine Dion: Celine Dion was funny the first 2 times that they did it. This one was dumb. I like it when she has guests on the show, not whatever this was supposed to be. I didn't really like it.


How Do You Say, Ah Yes, Show: I actually liked this episode of it better than the first one. Did I just miss him or was Horatio Sanz not in the background? He was funny last time, but whoever was back there this time was good too.


Spartans at the hospital: Okay I was just about rolling on the ground in hysterical laughter when I found out it was Alexis. I've always loved the spartans and this one was hilarious. I hadn't seen them in a while and I'm glad they made an appearance on Saturday's show.


Ambiguously Gay Duo: Started off funny but by the end it was getting lame. Overall it was an okay TV Funhouse though.


W.U. w/ Colin Quinn: To tell you the truth, I don't remember much of what he said. It must not have been that good cus I usually remember everything (just ask my friends, I quote all day long).


Musical Guest: For once I actually watched the musical guest cus I love the Beastie Boys. They did an excellent job.


MKG: Although I predicted all along what was going to happen throughout the entire skit, it was still funny. I hadn't seen Mary Katherine Gallagher in a while either, so I was happy to see her.


Let's Make It Happen: Sorta funny. I liked it, but it wasn't by far even close to the best sketch of the night. I think that goes to the spartans.


Beastie Boys: I was sooo happy that they sang an old song. "Sabatoge" is great and they did a great job again.


Saddam and his pals: It was also okay, not particularly hysterical, but an okay skit.


[Overall] This was a GREAT show. I thought it might suck cus I'm not what you would call a fan of Jennifer Love Hewitt, but this show was PACKED with reocurring skits. I was laughing throughout the entire show. It was awesome!

Episode Review written by Lindsay Calhoun

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