The best SNL brought out last night
It was ok…I thought the stuttering Sargent was funnier
Oh my heck, I'm watching the whole thing on Hulu right now anyway. MacFarlane isn't for everyone, but he can be funny. Listen to me, I'm all like, I understand the haters but.
Oh yum! My celebrity crush/guilty pleasure. …and I don't even watch family guy… love the fact that he's a talented musician and singer, as well as an intell(hic)tual.
Win. The man is a genius. Someone, please give him creative control over SNL.
I'm watching it right now. I looooove Seth!!! He's not gay is he? Please say he's not gay? Ill bake u a pie if u say he's not. Isn't it so funny/bizarre to see him do the cartoon voices? And his singing voice omg! I'd buy the hell out of Seth Macfarlane's Christmas in Connecticut cd. (he's from here and went to the same high school as my bro 😉
He's not gay, but he's into young, dumb and usually blonde, which is almost worst.
The Lochte gag was the best bit, plus the random Amish skit thrown in at the end got a laugh out of me when I was least expecting it. "The river what ate my son…"
Keenan's puppet looks like Dr. Phil.
I love that he's always smiling! It's impossible not to be happy looking at him.
I think the lids skit was the best. I wish I could install that red button at work.
Bill Hader is hilarious, I wish they would have done Stefon last night but it was a good episode. Seth did very well ( loved the amish commercial) and John Mayer made an appearance and didn't speak, only played the guitar.
Good god. I see the scale for humor has taken a nosedive.
maybe because I was watching at work, but this is pretty funny.
I thought this was a little sad. Weekend Update was the best; The Lochte bit was funny and well-scripted but I couldn't picture Seth as Ryan. The Frank Ocean was B O R I N G. At the end of it all, I wanted my 25 cents back.
Ha! That was a good one too
I liked this skit pretty well. My favorite was probably the surprise appearance of PSY, doing the Gangnam Style parody.
Being completely frank here, I'm glad the season started off with Fred Armisen handed off the Obama impersonation to Jay Pharaoh. Blackface in any context just makes me wince. And more of Jay, please, okay Mr. Michaels?
First time in years I've been somewhat optimistic about this show for the year.
The Loche bit was the best! I loved, "I'm not use to being dry."
Not a Seth fan.
"It feels so weird to be dry."
and PS – I will FIGHT ALL Y'ALL FOR SETH MCFARLANE.
Hader's puppet looks like John Laroquette.
I just watched this episode tonight. I loved the Lochte bit the best.
I just realized one of the newest featured cast is someone we just saw at The Second City in Chicago this summer! She was only in one scene. And I thought Jason Sudakis left?