1. Firehouse Incident
Bill Hader, as Bryce, freaks out when someone talks to his ex-girlfriend. The sketch relies heavily on a shrill, high-pitched character who threw tea at a girl who once tried to kiss him. Also, he has to dance out his drama.
2. Advice Show
The concept of two gay men providing straight people with dating advice has promise, but this one devolves into the old joke that all gay men pine for is to turn straight men gay.
3. Adam and Janet
A throwaway sketch toward the end of the night relied on the exhaustingly tired trope of male cast members dressed in drag. Really, that’s all.
On the flip side, The Lonely Island returned for an awesome Digital Short and revealed the true meaning of YOLO.
- A white supremacist has been found guilty of capital murder in the shooting deaths of three people at two Jewish facilities in Kansas last year. ›