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Tina Fey Justin Bieber On SNL:Watch Saturday Night Live Season 35 Episode 18 Online S35E18

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Tina Fey Justin Bieber On SNL:Watch Saturday Night Live Season 35 Episode 18 Online S35E18 – Saturday Night Live/SNL which was hosted by Tina Fey aired this weekend.
Fey appeared in every single sketch and even sang with musical guest Justin Bieber-just kidding.
And of course she took on her worst frenenemy Sarah Palin for the good of America.And let us be honest ,it is always nice to see Fey or Amy Poehler for that matter back on SNL.

Here is a recap of the episode:
Cold Open: Obama on the Census:
It was a decent opening where Fred Armisen played Barack Obama and tried to explain the census.
Armisen added his own grain of salt when he talked about some very private matter like sexual habits and turned to those who speak Spanish to ask “Esta aqui ilegalmente?”

Monologue: Tina Fey :

It was not the best monologue ever but Tina Fey who played “every woman” and thanked all who made her great career possible did have great moments worth remembering in there-such as:
-”I’m a more a role model for young women than I thought,” but was reminded that the girls were there for Justin Bieber.
-Tina sang “I’m Every Woman” while introducing all the people who help with her busy life on a daily basis :two nannies, some factory workers, New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez, Steve Martin, Justin Bieber and Chaka Khan (played by Kenan Thompson).

Duncan Hines Brownie Husband:
This was a very nasty/disgusting yet funny fake commercial where Fey landed herself a Duncan Hines’ Brownie Husband meaning a man entirely made out of chocolate whom she made out with shamelessly.

The Masters :SNL did not miss the opportunity to rip Tiger Woods apart for his latest Nike commercial and for his return at the Masters.Fey played Ashlyn St. Cloud, a Shakers stripper and self described as “Tiger Woods expert” who was willing to share some of Woods little secrets which included:
-”Michael Jordan has the funniest video of him choking me a little bit”
-”Filthy Ambien zombie sex”
-”PS: If Asians and Indians can compete with black people, it’s not a sport.”

Sarah Palin Network:
This sketch was simple yet hilarious,with Fey enumerating all the possible TV shows that Palin can have if she wanted to on her network.
Here are few shows the comedienne proposed:

-”My Daughter Only Sprained Her Ankle, You Can’t Seriously Be Considering Euthanizing Her,”
-”Tea Party Wheel of Fortune” (Obamar is a Terrist)
-”Are You Smarter than a Half-term Governor,”
-”Elites,”
-”Hey Journalist, I Gotcha,”
-”Alaskanence: The show about a single woman who doesn’t believe in having sex before marriage, who is struggling to raise her three young children,”
- Man in a Helipcoter With a Sniper Rifle vs Wild,”
-”So You Think You Can Make Me Fill Out the Census,”
-”Dateline: To Catch a Levi Johnston,”
-”That’s So Palin,”
-”Dancing with the Real Stars: America’s Small Business Owners,”
-”The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” and “30 Main Street,” where Palin plays Lez Lemons, an uppity b**** so focused on her career that she’s in her late 30s and still doesn’t have grandchildren. Also starring Stephen Baldwin, Gov. Bobby Jindal and RNC chair Michael Steele.
We will stop here,just watch the video below and you will get the joke.

Teacher’s Fantasy:
Justin might be a kid,but this sketch was far from being childish.
The singer played a teenager who fell for his teacher and it contained flirts,winks and awkward sentences (“His smile is like watching a baby bunny sniffing a tiny flower” and “Hey lonely lady with the big brown eyes. I’m thinking you’re sadder than you realize … Jump on my skateboard, eat some cake along the lake … I’ll buy you a panini and some Spanx to make you teeny, lovely lady with the big brown eyes.”
)-but thank goodness Fey knew when enough was enough.

Musical Guest: Justin Bieber :
Bieber sang “Baby” and “U Smile,” off his latest CD “My World 2.0” which is doing wonders on the charts.
The performance was very good-too bad most of his fans were already in bed and missed it.Weekend Update:
The first half of the Weekend Update just just awful because of Aunt Linda’s segment that went on and on.

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But as always,Tina Fey came to the rescue with a hilarious segment called Women’s News which had fantastic jokes like:
-”There are four women in space right now … 20 years ago that would’ve only been possible in a porn movie. Now it’s science.”
-”When your body looks like a dirtbag’s binder from 7th grade metal shop, it doesn’t bode well for your character. For every Sandra Bullock out there, there’s a woman who got a tattoo on her forehead because she ran out of room on her labia. For every Elin Nordegren, there’s a Hooters waitress who spells her name Jamie with two Es and a star. If Hitler were alive today, even he would be like, “Armer Sandra Bullock, sie sind so liebenswert” (“Poor Sandra Bullock, she is so likable.”)




Al Roker’s Ruff, Rugged and Roker:
This sketch was beyond funny with Tina Fey playing Dina Lohan while Kenan Thompson showed us a side of Al Roker we never knew existed.
Who knows may Al is really like that when he is off the Today Show.



School Dance Night:
We do wonder who’s idea was it to actually write a sketch about a poor girl who likes to seat alone in her room.



The Nine-Inch-Tall Hooker:

This is what we call ending an almost perfect night on a very low note,you can watch the clip about the tiny hooker named Lolene below and judge how bad it is for yourself.



Overall it was a very good night for SNL even-thought the last two sketches fell really flat and a great night for Miss Fey who simply can not do any wrong comedy-wise.
She appeared funny,fearless ,original and nailed her impressions in every skit in the first 70 minutes.
We are eager to see her back on SNL with Betty White in couple of weeks.

What are your thoughts on the episode?

That’s all we have for now on Saturday Night Live Season 35 Episode 18.

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