Advertisements Not much to this episode in my opinion. I guess nothing's really going on that would make a skit based on current events really funny. The prime time episode was much better with a really funny "Weekend Update", a great opening sketch of Bill Clinton leering at Madonna as Hillary fumed, and a hilarious sketch where a men's restroom in a fancy restaurant had no stalls but a very annoying and very helpful attendant. I skipped over Madonna's second musical performance but I did see her imitate Marilyn Monroe singing to JFK. At least I think it was really her and not some cast member. I suppose I liked Levy okay. I do have the opportunity now to watch his TV series which shall remain nameless, but I'd need a new Bolt. I've been told I bought the wrong Bolt and if I buy the right one I can use the software from my Roamio, something not possible with my current Bolt. But the Bolt, the Roamio, the series 2 and the Series 3 are nearly full and I can't watch a new hour of TV every weeknight. It's all I can do to keep up with what I already watch. As for Phoebe Bridgers, I gave her a chance on her first song and after a few seconds i could tell it wasn't anything I'd enjoy listening to for however many minutes. I tried her again later and still wasn't quite happy, though what she did then was closer to my taste. I gave up and as I fast-forwarded, Wow, was I ever glad I did give up on her. The musical performance I really liked was at the sports bar. And Cecily Strong has nice legs. "Weekend Update" was the best part of the show as usual.