Ryan Gosling Mocks La La Land and 'Saving Jazz' In SNL Monologue
- Author: Sonia Alvarado Oct 02, 2017,
Oct 02, 2017, 0:12
But the weekly sketch comedy series' greatest gift is its ability to occasionally leave guest hosts - and sometimes even cast members - in stitches.
Alongside host Gosling and castmate Cecily Strong, the two-time Emmy victor revisited wacky character Ms. Then, a wide smile. Everyone's fresh from their summer break, and Gosling broke in pretty much ever live sketch they did, so even when it wasn't amusing it was still pretty lively and exciting.
Although he managed to keep things together for the majority of a freakish sketch involving the love affair between a chicken and a fugitive, things broke down when Aidy Bryant's chicken attempted to grab a gun from him with her feathery, little wings.
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Ryan Gosling was there to promote Blade Runner 2049, but he kicked off the show by telling the audience that he single-handedly saved jazz music, before being joined by Emma Stone who corrected him, because she too saved jazz from extinction. On Weekend Update, Michael Che pondered the Trump Adminstration's slow response to helping Puerto Rico, "This isn't that complicated, man, it's hurricane relief". "Can I speak to you just for a second?" she inquired. Both actors recently won Emmys for their work, as did Kate McKinnon, who played Hillary Clinton on the show, and on Saturday played Sessions and Angela Merkel, the chancellor of Germany.
As you might expect, Alec Baldwin returned to open the show as Trump.
McKinnon said, "I don't think [the aliens] had ever seen a crack before", and Gosling had to quickly turn his face towards the wall to hide a smile. Last night's show was a satisfyingly enjoyable start. He still is an unbelievable musician and it is one thing you don't want to miss. It's an important milestone to see this cast have an ensemble sketch that involves almost every cast member, especially on the heels of seeing Mikey Day slide into Bobby Moynihan's old slot on the alien abduction sketch. In Henrietta and the Fugitive, Gosling's on the lam character falls in love with Henrietta, a hen played by Aidy Bryant who helps him hide from the cops in this gumshoe detective-esque parody.
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