Advertisements I go back a long way with Jason Bateman, though I never had the desire to watch "Arrested Development". I enjoyed "Silver Spoons", and later they gave him his own show "It's Your Move". All I remember is his saying to an adult, "You're gonna laugh." I think I did, but obviously not a lot of people did. And then came the show called "Valerie" which went through several name changes because of the departure of Valerie Harper. I think all episodes are now called "The Hogan Family". No longer was he the likable bad boy, the Eddie Haskell to Ricky Schroeder's Beaver. Now he was having to be a responsible adult because of the death of his mother. The monologue was okay, and he was pretty good in his sketches, I guess. I really didn't care for the subject matter of his first sketch and the girls weren't even wearing anything sexy, considering it was a slumber party. They did have an "I'm Spartacus" moment. The cold open was hilarious and one of the best ones they've done all season. Cecily was as good as she has ever been. The music guest, whoever he was, apparently was bumped from the show for possibly being exposed to the virus, and brought back when he promised to be a good boy. That was the only sketch I really liked other than the first one. I liked the music in that one sketch. It's wonderful to see Cecily back and she has a wonderful voice. She and Yang do my kind of music and I saw no reason to care about whoever that other guy was. Weekend Update was great as usual. Colin's racist joke sounded weird because he's no racist. But i can see that if a white person who could be perceived as racist had told it, that could have been a problem. I liked how the girl thought "Forrest Gump" was a really old movie and all those other jokes that suggested she was too young to appreciate certain things. But she said Che hardly ever works. He has appeared in a few sketches where they needed a Black man, but that's sort of like saying a pastor only works one hour a week. The truth is Che is one of the head writers.