Satie had become a member of a radical socialist party… [and] channelled his medieval interests into a peculiar secret hobby: In a filing cabinet he maintained a collection of imaginary buildings, most of them described as being made out of some kind of metal, which he drew on little cards. Occasionally, extending the game, he would publish anonymous small announcements in local journals, offering some of these buildings, e.g., a “castle in lead”, for sale or rent.
There are two types of people in the world: those who can’t help but laugh along with the SNL cast members as they continually break character and those who are cynics and refuse to have fun and think sloths aren’t adorable.
This sketch was a complete mess, yes. BUT it was also the funnest sketch I’ve seen on SNL in a long while. And I am completely head over heels in love with it.
BEST SKETCH EVER
You can’t help fall in love with these talented celebrities when you realize, during sketches like this, that they’re just a bunch of weirdos who love making each other laugh.
This was actually one of the funniest sketches ever.
This is one of my favorite sketches. My staff and I quoted this all summer and my one staffer is so good at doing all the impressions. “It could be beef” was probably the phrase of the season.
Bad news, Deborah!
The best moment in SNL Season 37!!
If your man likes chicken, he might like chicken man! BEST!!