Watch The 5 Best ‘SNL’ Skits From Last Night

Claire Foy hosted a humorous episode of “Saturday Night time Stay” final evening. Watch the very best skits of the evening beneath:

Netflix Business — “SNL” tackled Netflix’s overflowing content material schedule with this hilarious sketch. The most effective commercial, in fact, being for “The Crown” prequel, “Saved by the Crown.”​

The Conflict in Phrases — After all, the NBC selection present needed to give Foy a historic skit. On this PBS particular, they play a World Conflict I soldier and his spouse. The non-public writes heartfelt letters to his spouse and she or he writes bare-minimum responses. Nonetheless, he manages to determine that she’s having an affair and is in some authorized bother.​

Good Morning Goomah — Foy places on a Staten Island accent alongside Kate McKinnon and Aidy Bryant on this “SNL” skit. They’re all mistresses who’re relationship mob guys and have a public entry TV present.

Morning Joe Marriage ceremony — Clearly, “SNL” needed to tackle Mika Brzezinski (Kate McKinnon) and Joe Scarborough’s (Alex Moffat) marriage ceremony, and McKinnon and Moffat’s bizarre sexual pressure within the “Morning Joe” sketches continues to be hysterical.

Dad Christmas — Aidy Bryant exhibits two youngsters what it’s wish to have Christmas after your mother and father get divorced. From his new girlfriend to his futon to the cell telephones he offers the children with out consulting their mom, Bryant takes the children by way of every part they should anticipate.

“SNL” airs Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. EST on NBC. Jason Momoa hosts subsequent week whereas Mumford & Sons are the musical company.

Best SNL skits from last night Claire Foy (left) and Kate McKinnon star within the Good Morning Goomah sketch on the Dec. 1 episode of “Saturday Night time Stay.” Picture: Will Heath/NBC

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