I agree about the Mooney thing, but otherwise not. I’m not saying it was
one of the best episodes of all time; I am saying it was one of the best
episodes of the season.
My social media feed did not have much reference to SNL either way. After
reading your take I googled it, and did not see wide spread disdain (
admittedly I did not spend a lot of time on this project). I find myself in
agreement almost entirely with this review:
On Mon, Mar 12, 2018 at 2:31 AM 'Dave Sikula' via TVorNotTV <
> Noting for myself (and many others on my social media feeds) that I found
> Brown's outing an embarrassment of riches of terrible writing from the
> endless and horrifically unfunny cold opening through the terrible Family
> Feud sketch to the horrific 12:55 thing that was one of the worst offerings
> in an already awful season. Brown was indeed game, but even the best actors
> have their limits.
> The booby prize of the evening goes to whatever the hell it was Kyle
> Mooney that was doing in his pre-tape. Wow. They should never let him near
> a camera again.
> --Dave Sikula
> On Sunday, March 11, 2018 at 11:34:49 PM UTC-7, PGage wrote:
>> Just going to note that Sterling K Brown was unusually good on SNL this
>> week, and made the show unusually above average. He is a great actor, and
>> it turns out great actors can elevate material, and maybe inspire writers
>> to try a little bit harder. Especially liked the Nickleback sketch
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