Promoting "Django Unchained," Jamie Foxx got back to his sketch comedy roots by hosting this week's "Saturday Night Live." It's the first time he's hosted the show since 2000, back in the Will Ferrell, Tracy Morgan, and Colin Quinn days (Blink 182 was the musical guest of that show). Last night's highlights include making a mockery of a Maine courtroom and the hard life of a Christmas tree pimp. Just watch:
"Cold Open: Fiscal Cliff"
A bunch of Yankee Maineiacs who think they're from the bayous of Louisiana. Doesn't make a lick of sense, but that's why it's so funny. Can we get a "hell yeah" for Charlie Day as a Southern Congressman? Hell yeah.
"Jamie Foxx Monologue"
"Dylan McDermott or Dermot Mulroney"
Seriously, it's impossible to tell who is who?
Yesterday I got suckered into paying $75 for a tiny tree from one of these sidewalk tree guys. Trust me: The gypsies that hustle Christmas trees on the streets of New York City are a special breed of pimp.
I didn't know we were still making Tyler Perry jokes in 2012, but I guess that's still a thing.
"Weekend Update: The Ding Dong"
The Twinkie got all the attention on the Hostess casualty list, so now it's the Ding Dongs turn to say something.
Vanessa Bayer and Cecily Strong "aren't pornstars anymore."