Plot: Bobby Moynihan’s rambling relative is back, this time with a diatribe about today’s youth. He doesn’t seem too enthused about spending Easter with his family, which, after all, drives him to keep a bottomless glass of whiskey in hand. He brings, as usual, his Luddite ways, critiquing modern technologies from eBay to Priuses. Moynihan’s monologues are so smooth as Drunk Uncle that sometimes we have our doubts that he’s indeed sober.
Best Line: “All kids care about these days is: ‘Is this wi-fi organic? Can I get some raw almonds on my yoga class?'”