"Back Home Ballers"
This ode to living large while visiting your parents for Thanksgiving has lots of great moments, and an impressive number of fur coats. But McKinnon kicks off one of the best bits by rattling off her mom's obnoxiously long Wi-Fi password, which starts with 17 O's.
Deenie is billed as "somebody's mom," and you can tell that description is accurate before she even starts her nonsensical soap-opera recaps. There's the Christmas sweater she got at a garage sale (she washed it) and the Tupperware full of baked salmon, which she never stops shoveling into her mouth -- much to Colin Jost's delight.
Everyone has their own reasons for joining Match.com, but this SNL parody suggests that Martha Stewart didn't do it to meet nice guys like Stan and Larry -- she did it for "the simple elegance of a good bang."
McKinnon has done the "Last Call" sketch with five unsavory suitors. And while the later editions featured more creative props, they're missing the surprise of the first sketch, when McKinnon engaged in a disgusting make-out for the ages with Louis C.K.
In this supposedly remote report, Colin Jost and Michael Che send Vanessa Bayer out to Spokane to interview 110-year-old Flossie Dickey (McKinnon). Only Flossie doesn't want to talk, she wants to sleep. Flossie's impenetrability pushes Bayer to increasingly hilarious desperation, but to be fair, I'd also want to spend my 110th birthday taking a nap alone.