Time for some Screen Crabs!

I found this video from the Tonight Show that includes Screengrabs, a segment where Jimmy shares his favorite fan-submitted screenshots found around the internet:

I think the one screenshot I like the most is the picture of some old man who’s arrested after a bank robbery but down below ‘Bank Robbery Heist’ it says: ’10-year-old accused of bank robbery has criminal history.” Gosh, what a really young old man. ๐Ÿ˜›

SOME MOAR SNL!!!

Last night while we’re eating dinner, I was watching these epic sketches from Saturday Night Live that include a Morning Joe Michael Wolff interview and The Science Room with Mr. Science, who’s having problems calming down because his students aren’t understanding the lesson:

Oh my goodness, I laughed my ass off part where Mr. Science knocking a male student off his chair by punching him in the face right at the very end of the show. ๐Ÿ˜›

Monday Late Night Open Thread: The Price Is Not Right

After I played some GBA games on VisualBoyAdvance this evening, I found this video from Saturday Night Live where four famous celebrities are competing alongside their contestants in the celebrity edition of The Price Is Right:

Wow, that Sofia Vergara impression is super awesome, and I laughed my ass off when Drew Carey asked Sofia “What movie are you here to promote?”, and she said “Pepsi” while she’s holding a Pepsi soda can. ๐Ÿ˜›

Bullshit Spice returns to Saturday Night Live

Bullshit Spice (Melissa McCarthy) has returned to Saturday Night Live to talk about President Tangerine Mussolini (Alec Baldwin) firing James Comey and being replaced by Sarah Huckabee Sanders (Aidy Bryant):

Now THAT is a funny SNL video. My favorite part is Bullshit Spice driving around the New York City with an automotive speech stand. ๐Ÿ˜›

Evening Open Thread

I was playing games on the Roku because I was bored. I played a couple of games like Tetris and Color Swap โ€˜n Drop for about an hour and a half, and I sure had a lot of fun. ๐Ÿ™‚ Then I went to Hulu to watch my favorite TV shows like The Good Place and Superstore. Here’s what the two shows look like:

The Good Place is a fantasy comedy about a woman who is in a utopia called “The Good Place” after she got struck and killed by a tractor-trailer. I like how the actors and actresses use fake curse words like shirt instead of shit, fork instead of fuck, etc. ๐Ÿ˜›

And Superstore is a single-camera sitcom TV show about a group of workers who are working at a big-box store called “Cloud 9”.

This female assistant store manager is named Dina Fox, and she is tough as nails. I like her because she’s the strongest female character in the show, and I also like how she uses her phrases like โ€œShut up, Sandra!โ€, โ€œElias! Thatโ€™s not how you use the ladder, you mother[bleep]ing turd!โ€, etc. ๐Ÿ˜›

So yeah, things are going well today. ๐Ÿ˜‰