Aziz Ansari brings almost too much energy to a spotty episode of SNL. I’m most familiar with Aziz Ansari from his work on Parks & Recreation as Tom Haverford, but he’s been having a very busy few years since that show ended. coque iphone 2019 His book Modern Romance was a bestseller, and his new show that he wrote and starred in, Master of None, is prepping season 2 and won an Emmy for Aziz’s performance in season 1. coque iphone 7 With all that, he’s a perfect host for SNL. Unfortunately, the episode he presided over felt uneven throughout, with Aziz’s energy serving some sketches well while bringing others down.
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Cold Open: A Paid Message from the Russian Federation
Beck Bennett’s wonderful Vladimir Putin has been one good thing in this terrifying hellscape that’s emerged after Election Day. coque iphone 6 Bringing Kate McKinnon’s Olya into this was great.
Amongst all his credits, I kind of forgot Aziz started as a standup. coque iphone pas cher This was a nice reminder of his skills there.
Beat the Bookworm
Aziz is wonderful as smug characters that get their comeuppance, and this was great (although it felt like it just ended rather than fully resolving)
This had shades of The Beygencey from a few seasons ago, but once this turned into a mix of the hype/backlash for both La La Land and Moonlight, I was back in.
Broderick & Ganz
Aziz’s tendency to start and stay at an 11, volume-wise, undoes the build this could have ad, but it’s otherwise a nice sketch
- Michael Che on Michelle Obama and the Women’s March was everything. coque iphone 8 I’ve really come to appreciate his voice on the Weekend Update panel
- Leslie Jones talking about Hidden Figures and black history was oddly inspiring.
- “or…and hear me out…no, it’s not.”
Melissa Villesenor is bad at sexy talk. acheter coque iphone
This was a nice little Black Mirror-ish plot in miniature, and then it referenced that. There’s a nice punchline at the end here.