Game show sketches on SNL can be hit-or-miss because they tend to drag on without many laughs, but this one was pretty solid all around. Christoph Waltz plays the show’s host, who asks the contestants, “What have you become?” The question prompts them to examine their life choices as depressing music plays. (Bonus: one of the contestants is played by Bill Hader, and we get to see him briefly sob, which is a real treat.) But perhaps the best part of the sketch comes at the end, when one of the contestants asks the host what he has become. We learn that all he ever wanted to do was dance, but his mother wouldn’t let him and instead forced him to attend game show school. He gets pretty emotional, and then the sketch closes with Christoph Waltz dancing, which is obviously awesome in a major way.
I would request that all news and entertainment media that would like their material to be viewable worldwide to please abandon the circulation of Hulu videos... we cannot see them outside the U.S. That's a form of censorship, in a very warped way.
The Explainables starring DGod, DMuhammed, DJehova, DAllah, DJesus, DBhudda, DThor, DWotan and some Greeks and Romans - about a bunch of Liars making big money with telling fairytales to mankind.
This was definitely one of the best episodes of the season so far, and Waltz made a great host.I can’t remember another host that spoke English as a second language, so it was really cool to have him on.I was talking to a friend that I work with at DISH who said that his favorite bit was the cold opener on the cruise ship, but I am leaning towards the fake Retirement Ad.I missed the last part of the show because I fell asleep, but thankfully my DISH Hopper lets me pause SNL in the living room and resume watching it in my bedroom, so I didn’t end up sleeping on the couch.
In light of DJesus Uncrossed, I am going to lobby SNL to make a skit, entitled, "Muhammed Mows 'Em Down."
It will be all about the Christian "infidels" being killed by radical Islamists across the centuries. Much like DJesus, it will be hilarious!
Aside knowing Christoph Waltz being a great actor, everyone should know, that, for hard laughter, nobody goes straight to hell. So calm down, it's just Comedy.
The Tarnatino skit was blasphemous and an outrage in light of the Lenten season just beginning. SNL has hit its lowest point with this trash.