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"'Oh no, what will we do without his paycheck?'" is still funny regardless of the quality of the show.
Many of the best sketches owe their success to smart writing rather than any wild performances from Johansson, but she anchors all of her scenes with a touch of emotional honesty that most hosts would never be able to locate
On a show all too often willing to let its backstage news spill out into self-aware cuteness on-air, it honestly could have gone a lot worse.
Let's put it this way: you know it's not the show's week when even Bowen Yang's Chen Baio fails to truly land.
Most of the sketches were funnier in concept than execution but the episode as a whole remained breezy and fun, with a number of solid musical spots and some particularly impressive special effects.
It was the best of times as Saturday Night Live lamented this worst of times.
In the monologue, Thanos/Pete Davidson shows up and dusts half the cast. It's mostly lame except for all the jokes ScarJo makes at the expense of her fiance Colin Jost.
This episode wasn't bad, but it was aggressively average. Maybe the writers are holding back some of their best ideas for when Eddie Murphy arrives next weekend
The second-to-last show before the holiday break was also one of Season 45's strongest, rivaling only Will Ferrell's November homecoming.