I haven't googled him yet, but I have no idea who Timothee Chalamet is. He said he has an acting career, and he also sang in this ep. Hmmm. I was excited when I heard the name at first because I thought they said Shalamar, and I liked some Shalamar songs in the 80s.
Not his fault, but I FF through Tiny Horse. That's the first time I have done that through one of the musical parody skits, but I just didn't see any humor in it.
I did enjoy the point of the Lexus Christmas skit. Many of us are capable of buying a car for Christmas for my SO, but really, who does that? The commercial with the couple buying the two trucks is especially galling.
The Rona virus was decent but pretty cliched. Would have liked it to be more edgy.
And the Dionne Warwick skit was charming. Don't know much about her today, but if that is how she is, I like it.
Bill Barr as grown up Cartman ... bwahahahahahaha.
Just an aside, the skits on WU where a guest just blathers on the same comment over and over, then acts inexplicably silly, are not funny, Dr. Weknowdis.
Indiana Jones and The Tomb of the Jamaican nurse ... ha.
Poor Melissa. I really like her, and yet they shoehorn her into WU as awkwardly as possible. Can they just have her do an impression in a skit?
The baking skit *should* have been funny, but wasn't. The last time they did this skit it was hilarious. I think the problem was they had the contestants immediately acknowledge their cakes were bad, instead of be proud of them. The last cake should have been fun but they had the guy own up to what it looked like. This whole concept was off.
Probably the funniest part of this episode was Springsteen wearing a rolled up jean jacket. Talk about 80s. wow.
I wish there were enough Questloves to do that to everyone on Tik Toc.
Heh, the Fox lies as sports was great and should have broadened to all sorts of lies beyond the election, and made the cold open.