Robert Mueller interrogates President Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, Meet the Parents-style. .John Mulaney hates modern party music almost as much as he hates captcha. Drag queen waiter gets judgy on a customer for a good reason. A student with unwanted erection tries to postpone the class' planned walk out. The parody of "Wild Wild Country" (2018) shows how some became guru Rajneesh's followers just to partake in free love. In a diner, a customer orders a lobster, which leads to a Broadway-esque operatic number based on Les Miz. Rock musician Jack White performs his song "Over and Over and Over." The Weekend Update covers such topics as President Trump's ongoing scandals and the Facebook data privacy scandal, while Fox News' host Laura Ingraham comments on businesses boycotting her show over her incendiary comments, and LaVar Ball overpraises his son's basketball genius. An 80s sitcom about body-swapping called "Switcheroo" with an extremely uncomfortable incestuous plot line is ...
Did You Know?
Being a former writer on the show, host John Mulaney
resurrected two sketches he co-wrote years earlier that did not make it past the table read initially. They are ' Sitcom Reboot' (Switcheroo), written by him and Simon Rich
and Marika Sawyer
in 2009 and 'Diner Lobster' (which including a elaborate homage to Les Miserables), written by Mulaney and Colin Jost
in 2010. See more
In his monologue, Mulaney states "When I was 18, I smoked cocaine." Technically, one cannot smoke cocaine as such, which is why its derivative crack and the process of freebasing it were invented. However, it is conceivable that either he actually meant "crack cocaine" as it's sometimes called OR that as an 18-year-old, he wasn't aware that the drug is simply destroyed when smoking it in the wrong, powdered form. See more
We got a real problem here, Jeff. You know how much evidence I have? I'm Donald Trump's lawyer! I've got a whole hard drive that's just labeled, "Yikes".
References Meet the Fockers
Connected by Love
Written and performed by Jack White See more