The Wicker Breakdown:
This week's show started with the parody C-SPAN coverage from The United Nations General Assembly where Fred Armisen as Moammar Gadhafi addressed the group to give excuses for his earlier speech where he said jet lag caused his nonsensical ramblings, only to end up rambling on about nothing again. Of course, with this being the opening sketch it eventually led to the announcement of, “Live from New York…”
Megan Fox then officially opened the show with a monolog about how hosting had her feeling like she was living a dream then looked down at what she was wearing and said it was apparently a thirteen-year-old boy’s dream. She then joked how some might know her from the movie Transformer, but more people probably knew her from nude pictures on the internet that she didn’t remember posing for. She then shared several of these obviously faked nudes while continuing to act dumb as if they were real and she just forgot posing for them.
Russian Brides Had Megan Fox and Fred Armisen as two mail order Russian brides that Will Forte had to choose from. Though he was clearly more physically attracted to Megan, Armisen wasn’t ruled out thanks to the fact that he as a she was ten dollars cheaper to become Forte’s wife.
We then got another SNL Digital Short where Will Forte played a socially awkward guy trying to impress Megan Fox after somehow getting a date. Though he does pull off this feat, even after learning his deep creepy secrets, he ended up dumping her by the end of the scene.
U2 then took to the stage to perform Breathe.
Once again, Seth Meyers gave us the news. This week, Kenan Thompson returned as his French Def Jam comedian character to tell a few jokes about the recent G20 Summit. Kristen Wiig also returned as her travel writer character who told so many mini jokes in an effort to hide her discomfort that her visit makes no sense. (Clip 2)
U2 then returned to the stage to perform Moment Of Surrender.
Biker Chick Chat introduced Jenny Slate to the show as the host of a freakin’ talk show for freakin’ biker chicks.
We then got yet another SNL Digital Short Called Megan’s Roommate where Andy Samberg played Megan Fox’s Netflix and chill type date where he met Megan’s roommate played by Bobby Moynihan who was bitterly jealous while also butt naked wearing nothing but an Optimus Prime mask while thinking he was a true robot.
16. Finally, Megan Fox closed the show by thanking the audience and saying her goodnights before introducing U2 back to the stage once again, to perform Ultraviolet (Light My Way).