Saturday Night Live Review The Best And Worst Of Jake
Saturday Night Live Review – The Best and Worst of Jake Day
This weekend on Saturday Night Live, the cast recapped the best and worst of Jake Day’s career. The episode “Lights, Camera, Achoo!” was the first. in which he played the character of Doctor Holliday. His monologue stated that he didn’t like the method. Cecily Strong, who plays the anonymous television host, is another cast member.
The opening cold open plays like a high school history presentation, with hardly any actual laughs. The main character, a superfan and overly eager, is put in the impossible position to suggest songs to Jackson. The character is a repeat of his previous appearances.
The Singers Four, a girl band whose goal is to make people feel better about their bodies, are then introduced. As a result, the song is dedicated to the people who are in the middle: those who don’t win or lose, those who are not scared, upset or unsure of themselves.
The episode that featured the cast had a lot to offer but ended up being a disappointment. Gyllenhaal lacked energy and ideas. One episode, “Dream Home Cousins,” had to be canned due to its corny jokes. The episode featured songs about peeing and running cars off the roads, as well as spooky folk songs.
This episode is an entertaining comedy that is not without its problems. Although the script is not perfect, there are some great moments. The show’s opening scene is in a ladies room, although it has recently been filmed in a mens room. The show’s second half has a possessed doll, and the HR rep is caught in the middle.
The show also had several funny sketches. Chris Redd was excellent as a naughty flower. Bowen Yang played a creepy sexual bee in the sketch. Kyle Mooney’s sketch of a dog urinating was another highlight.
Another great sketch was the “Tombstone”, which was based upon a popular TV/movie trope. The “Lights, Camera, Achoo” entry point was not a good idea. As for the rest of the cast, Gyllenhaal was featured in most of the sketches, though Charlie Day’s cameos were less successful.