SNL-alum Fred Armisen hosted the last episode of the season, and he kicked things off with his parody of a one-man show called “Love, From New York, I Did Saturdays Right: Fun, Fame and Fred on the 17th Floor."As he muses on leaving his small-town Long Island life to a become star on Saturday Night Live, he shifts rapidly between character work ("Hey, Funny Freddie! You’re funny all right — funny looking!”) and self-serious narration with flawless timing and rhythm. It’s a long monologue, but Armisen can freakin’ pull it off.
All right, I’m gonna take off. You guys have my email and everything?
In what’s sure to join the vault of Classic SNL Sketches, Armisen joins the cast in a filmed Dead Poets Society parody that takes a very unexpected, crazy turn, entitled “Farewell, Mr. Bunting.” I won’t spoil it for you, but you gotta promise you’ll watch ‘til the end!
Her body is like a harp that only I know how to play.
Fred Armisen can sell a bizarre scenario like few others. In “New Girlfriend,” fellow SNL alum Jason Sudeikis brings his pretentious beau Regine (Armisen) to his friends’ house to meet the gang for the first time, and he, um, can’t help but show her off.
She said, “invade my cave with your special unit”/ I said, “he wasn’t in a cave” but there was no stoppin’/ She demanded that I f*** her like we f***ed Bin Laden
WHAT A SPECIAL TREAT! A new SNL Digital Short by The Lonely Island in which Andy Samberg meets a freaky girl with an unusual fetish for f***ing “harder than the U.S. government f***ed Bin Laden.”
CAUTION: Unfortunately, The Lonely Island are brilliant at penning incredibly catchy songs about dicks in boxes and sex that’s as metaphorically hardcore as killing a terrorist. This has been stuck in my head for a full 24 hours.