Loved Nicolas Cage with Nicolas Cage :up: and Les Jeunes de Paris is always fun in a quirky kind of way, plus Nasim Pedrad always looks hot in those sketches. :up:
A thumb up and a raspberry...Loved Nicolas Cage with Nicolas Cage :up:
Did I miss it? Who was Zooey in that sketch?Bein' Quirky. Honestly I thought Zooey was playing herself until she showed up as the other woman.
Generally speaking, I'm not a fan of Zooey either. I don't particularly like the show "New Girl", and I have given it a chance.I didn't have a TV last night, and I don't care for Zooey. Are there parts I shouldn't miss?
Watching again here, it's obvious.Did I miss it? Who was Zooey in that sketch?
Wow: I guess I really did miss it.
It's just pure mindless, plotless, stupid joy.I don't get Les Jeunes de Paris.
It's not that I dislike it. I just don't get it.
OMG-THIS!Generally speaking, I'm not a fan of Zooey either. I don't particularly like the show "New Girl", and I have given it a chance.
But my opinion of Zooey went up last night.
She. Killed. Everything she did on that show was spot-on and totally hilarious. Got to give credit where credit is due.
"Bein' Quirky with Zooey Deschanel", where Abby Elliot played Zooey and the real Zooey played Marry-Kate Olson was excellent.
That line got me too. Considering how much they advertise, let's hope they have a sense of humor.One of the funniest lines I thought came from Weekend Update.
"A Michigan Judge ordered a man to take his wife to dinner at Red Lobster for Valentines Day. Red Lobster Where people are sentenced to dinner!"
Or they changed it for the Internet version because they didn't want to pay for "Dream a Little Dream."I'm not home right now, but I think the above clip has a different Mamma Cass song. In the live version it was "Dream a Little Dream," which it wasn't here. It must be from the rehearsal show.