SATURDAY NIGHT LOVE is back this week to cover Emily Blunt’s episode! Find our thoughts on ooey gooey quesadillas, missed Kevin Roberts opportunities, and the deal with all those 3’s.
Also, we play some “EB Games” and have some real blunt talk about SNL!
Best Sketch of the Night
What’re you lookin’ at? For our latest Movie Draft episode, we’re picking the best & brightest New York movies!
How terrifying would it be to be the mom from Big, and see a grown man wearing your kidnapped son’s underwear? Is Birdman the best movie to watch on mute at a bar? Is the Men in Black song the best movie song ever?
Find out the answers to these questions and more on this week’s ALL MY FRIENDS ARE RIGHT HERE!
This week we read another fairly recent comic, All-New Ghost Rider 1-5 from 2014, because it introduced a new version of the Ghost Rider character that they’ve been using for the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. TV show this season.
No more flaming skeleton on a bike, now he’s a flaming skeleton in a hot rod! Cooooool. So what’s so great about this new Robbie Reyes Ghost Rider? Join us as we try to figure it out!
In the monologue, future EGOT winner Lin-Manuel Miranda said it was his lifelong dream to host Saturday Night Live. How did he do? Kia & Vince are ready with their review on this week’s SATURDAY NIGHT LOVE!
Best Sketch of the Night
SATURDAY NIGHT LOVE is back for another wonderful year of Saturday Night Live coverage! This week, Kia and Vince look at Margot Robbie’s episode, an episode filled with a bunch of dumb premises executed well.
The Best Skit of the Night honors this week go to “Action News – Hot Wife”!
SPECIAL CROSSOVER EPISODE WITH SATURDAY NIGHT LOVE!! Vince and Kia rate and review every SNL presidential character.
From Chevy Chase’s Gerald Ford to Dana Carvey’s George H.W. Bush to Jay Pharaoh’s Barack Obama, we cover every single time they covered sitting presidents.
We even dive deep into Michael McKean’s tenure as Bill Clinton and friend-of-the-show Randy Quaid’s Ronald Reagan! And some notable candidates who didn’t get the highest office, like Dana Carvey’s Ross Perot and Tina Fey’s Sarah Palin!
So you’ll definitely want to check out this week’s podcast. It’s great! It’s fantastic! You’ve never seen a podcast like it!
On this week’s episode, we’re looking at the last 3 presidential eras – those of Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama! And specifically, who was best for pop culture?
Did Tom Hanks do his best work under Clinton, Bush, or Obama? When was Green Day most successful? Was Will Smith better off before the pre-Willennium days?
Listen this week for a winner-take-all debate where we determine the best and worst presidents of the last 24 years, purely through the pop culture their eras inspired!