Sunday, October 7, 2012

Justin's Dry Eyes Skit



Here's a pic from the skit. Still looking for a link to the video.

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Justin's SNL Monologue

He sings "I think I know my way around," and that's an understatement. The show always seems better when he is on it.

Monday, May 14, 2012

Justin Returns For SNL's 100th Digital Short

Why can't he just become a regular cast member? Justin Timberlake reprised his Dick in a Box character, and was joined by some other big names including Jon Hamm, Justin Bieber and Natalie Portman for Andy Samberg & Co's 100th digital short. Special shout out the Michael Bolton -- it's the only thing he's ever done that I have enjoyed.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Justin Sings With Alvin And The Chipmunks on SNL


Unfortunately I can't find the video anywhere online (if you have a link, let me know in the comments section), but Bill Hader, Andy Samberg and Fred Armisen made awesome chipmunks when Justin sang "Christmas Don't Be Late."

Here's the original song if you feel like listening to something that will be stuck in your head for days.

Justin Timberlake as Michael Bolton on The Sharon Osbourne Show

Amy Poehler does such an amazing Sharon Osbourne, but Justin is just OK as Michael Bolton, I have to admit. (PS. I love Minnie the dog.)

Nowadays, whenever I hear Bolton's name I just think of the Jack Sparrow sketch.


Justin Timberlake Sings With Kermit the Frog on SNL

This is a clip from Justin's 2003 appearance on SNL, where he sings "Rainbow Connection" with Kermit the frog. I don't condone Muppet violence but this is funny.

 

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Justin Spoofs Bon Iver



When Maya Rudolph hosted SNL in February, I knew (and fervently hoped) that she'd be bringing out the Beyonce and Prince show. Well, she did, albeit at Beyonce's home, where a host of celebs (including Justin Timberlake as Bon Iver, Kristen Wiig as Taylor Swift, Nasim Pedrad as Nicki Minaj and of course Fred Armisen as Prince) came to welcome B and Jay-Z's new baby Blue Ivy to the world.