The Wicker Breakdown:
This week's show started with parody coverage of The Second Presidential Debate where this time Aidy Bryant moderated a debate between Jay Pharoah and Jason Sudeikis as Barack Obama and Mitt Romney that quickly devolves into nothing more than a pissing match. Of course, with it being the opening sketch, it eventually led to the announcement of, “Live from New York...”
Bruno Mars then officially opened the show with a monolog where he attempted to quell the concerns of his hosting abilities being that he doesn’t act, or have anything to do with comedy. He then sang a song where he questioned why he was asked to host in the first place.
Pandora Internet Radio took us to the online music provider where the system went down leading Bruno Mars’s character to have to perform live imitations of various singers in an effort to fool their listeners into thinking that there was no outage at all.
Bruno Mars then took to the stage to perform Locked Out Of Heaven.
Merryville Haunted Castle for another installment of the sketch that takes place in a carnival ride that breaks down and the passengers stuck in the ride’s cars then get threatened by the animatronic barbershop quartet they’re stuck in front of.
Franklin's Dog Condoms brought back Taran Killam as Brad Pitt this time to promote dog condoms so they can keep their balls in the same Chanel No. 5 Style.
Yeti Point had Bruno Mars as a lodge clerk who warned Jason Sudeikis and Vanessa Bayer of a Yeti in the area while showing them their honeymoon sweat. Of course, the couple doesn’t believe in such things while the white hairy man keeps cause problems just outside of their field of view.
Jonathan Zizmor M.D. was another one from the series of fake Brad Pitt ads.
Bruno Mars then returned to the stage to perform Young Girls.
Donkey Punch The Ballot! brought back Jason Sudeikis and Nasim Pedrad as DJ Supersoak and Lil’ Blaster who this time promoted an under-underground festival set up to celebrate Election Day.
Finally, Bruno Mars closed the show by thanking the audience and saying his goodnights.