Emily Blunt Hosting Saturday Night Live Recap | SNL 2016 October 16, 2016 Listen to the Podcast Download Now playing JOIN US LIVE SUNDAY AT 7pm ET / 4pm PT Listen to the Podcast: http://podone.noxsolutions.com/launchpod/postshowrecaps/mp3/20161016-snl-emily-blunt_mixdown.mp3Podcast (psr-feed): Download (Duration: 57:04 — 26.8MB) Rob Cesternino (@robcesternino) and Rich Tackenberg (@richtack) review episode 3 of the 42nd season of Saturday Night Live with host Emily Blunt & musical guest Bruno Mars, broadcast on October 15, 2016! Subscribe: SNL Podcast in iTunes | SNL Podcast RSS Feed Subscribe to Post Show Recaps: Subscribe to Post Show Recaps Subscribe on Apple Podcasts MCBAR Did Emily call Pete “Mikey” in the monologue and does every host have to do an ivanka impression? MCBAR Is Alex moffat the only male lead? MCBAR Though the new writers help add fresher sketches maybe we won’t have a lot of repeats rich do you like new stuff that doesn’t work or a repeat? MCBAR When Bruno started his first song backstage we didn’t get our usual lama Lincoln And dancers???? 9No I saw the llama in the background at one point of the beginning. Coach Is Rob the spokesperson for Chonk’s men line Normal Clothes? GeekFurious Arguably the worst episode of SNL ever. EVER. 9No I’m with you Rob, I also found the last sketch absurd and fun. The serious performances by Beck and Kate, coupled with the goofy outfits and behavior was great. Those two made the sketch, and I’m sad that it seemed to bomb. The play reminded me of “Who’s afraid of Virginia Wolf” where the couple make their guests suffer through their marital problems. 🙂 redbluegreen Yes, there were lines that were lifted straight from Albee’s play, but unless you knew the reference this would be hard to like. I don’t think the studio audience understood the parody of the play or even its style. MCBAR Rob and rich the Honda robots sketch seemed like a https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/727ef762d897f643133624358b7093cb20e7bbbe1645575cf2ecbcd8852226d5.jpg stepbrother to the virgin airline sketch with Scarlett johanson season 40 Claire The hamsters were supposed to be Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor from Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, and maybe a nod to Edward Albee, who wrote the play, and recently passed. I agreed with Rob on this one, in terms of the absurd humor. 🙂 Jason Lee Rich, I think the “four fingers” reference from the Melanianade sketch was a reference to the hand gesture Trump sometimes makes when he says “you’re fired” on The Apprentice (as Kate demonstrates). Although I kinda remember him more often doing like a finger-gun type gesture when firing people, so I wonder if they should’ve gone with that instead.