It wouldn't be a proper episode of ' SNL ' without a decent commercial parody and the latest episode offered one that is so bizarrely specific that it ends up being kind of perfect. It's an ad for the latest version of 24 Hour Energy Drink -- but it's made specifically for men who are dating actresses. It's a bit that'll ring true for anyone of either sex who has ever dated someone who works in any kind of creative field. How, exactly, do you deal with the massive emotional highs and lows that go with living with and being around someone whose entire life involves going on auditions, creating characters and generally doing things that normal people simply do not do? You drink a lot of energy drinks.
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Stephen Thompson. SNL 's Studio 8H stage is famously unforgiving: The sound can be iffy, the crowd came to see comedy and the energy can be hard to maintain. But, as with previous years, Season 44 unveiled a few gems, as well as a few true head-slappers. It's a fool's errand — a truly cruel and pointless exercise — to attempt a dispassionate rank of 21 vastly different musical performances, especially when they've been spread out over an eight-month-long season. So, for the second year in a row , here goes. Whichever side of the Greta Van Fleet divide you occupy — whether you herald the Michigan band as a welcome return to classic-rock grandiosity or dismiss it as an unbearably derivative Led Zeppelin clone — it's hard to defend the band's SNL debut, which somehow sounded both over-the-top and thuddingly lifeless. Swallowed whole by the stage, singer Josh Kiszka shrieked with grating, maximalist pitchiness through "Black Smoke Rising" and "You're the One," while clad in what appeared to be either a beaded curtain or a yarn bomb.
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On the American late-night live television sketch comedy and variety show Saturday Night Live SNL , a commercial advertisement parody is commonly shown after the host's opening monologue. Many of the parodies were produced by James Signorelli. Many of SNL ' s ad parodies have been featured in prime-time clip shows over the years, including an April special hosted by Kevin Nealon and Victoria Jackson , as well as an early follow-up hosted by Will Ferrell that features his attempts to audition for a feminine hygiene commercial.
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