Tonight's host is Paul night. Paul Rudd hosts with musical guest Paul McCartney. This should be a good episode. I'm wondering what songs Paul M. will sing, but whatever he chooses, it'll be a good night.
A Message From Obama: Nope, no Julian Assange interrupted this time. And I wish he did. The opening to the episode wasn't anything to brag about.
Monologue: I knew it was going to be inevitable to coincide all the Pauls in attendance of the episode tonight. It was pretty funny when Paul Rudd kept on ranting about all the things people were saying to him. I also loved Paul Brittain's quick walk on, before he realized he made a fool of himself.
Feline Culinary Creations: So far, this season, I'm really impressed with the number of commercials they've produced. And they are all of good quality. This was no different.
The Vogelchecks: Ehhh... I had to expect this. Paul Rudd's last episode was the episode that created these characters. I've said this plenty of times before, but, it doesn't get any more ironic when you keep on doing the sketch. The gum swapping was kind of funny though.
What's My Name?: This was a really funny sketch. I loved the unimportant people who come out, and they completely failed.
Stumblin: This was a really good digital short. Going to the song "9 to 5" and "Take My Breath Away", Paul and Andy make a hilarious stumbling sequence.
Website Attacks: I was glad to see Bill's Julian Assange again this week. The list of websites he went down were hilarious. I also loved his drinking tea after he made a stinging joke.
Sexually Speaking: Bringing back this sketch, yet again, was okay. They change it every time, so it's not too bad.
Musical Performance: Paul McCartney performs "Jet", which was a great song choice, and a great performance.
Weekend Update: Update was pretty good tonight. Paul McCartney comin on to play the audio clip was pretty funny. Bill as Stefon was alright, too.
Holiday Jam: This was a great sketch featuring Jay Pharaoh, and it was good to see him actually perform a character, and not an impression.
Musical Performance: Paul McCartney performs "Band On The Run", which was an extremely pleasant performance. This is one of my favorite songs by The Wings.
Broadway Cares: I was surprised to see Mike Underballs and Jeff back. These two haven't appeared for over 3 years, but it was still funny.
And then the show ended with two more musical performances by Paul McCartney. One of them being a medley of "A Day in the Life" and "Give Peace A Chance". The other performance was "Get Back". Two more great performances.
The show tonight was a good one. Paul Rudd was a great host, and Paul McCartney was great having on. All the songs he performed were great, and he was great in sketches too.
Next week is our Christmas episode with host Jeff Bridges and musical guest Eminem (I thought Lil' Wayne too?)