In a few of the night’s sketches, like one called “Mountain Pass,” Louis C.K. made it pretty clear that he just wasn’t into it. He’s accustomed to calling virtually all of the shots on his own TV show, so perhaps he was getting a bit fussy since he couldn’t control that skit’s mediocre writing. But in the episode’s final sketch, “Last Call,” C.K. really committed, and thus, he shined. In these slightly uncomfortable but funny minutes, he and cast member Kate McKinnon played the last two drunken singles sitting at a bar at the end of the night. The horrified bartender, played by Kenan Thompson, looked on as the two eventually began licking each other’s faces. Somehow, this silly scene of seduction was just the nightcap this episode needed.
Not half as funny as the original parody that came out immediately after the hurricane... http://youtu.be/jV93uPptHlQ
How could this possibly be "best skits from Saturday night Live". 30 plus years and this falls under the category 'BEST". No wonder nobody tunes in anymore.
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@JohnDagne I think they mean the best skits from last night, not the entire 30 year run of the show...
@Architect424 thank-you , I almost went off my nut!