'SNL' Host John Mulaney Wrote Last Night's Best Sketch In 2010


Comedian John Mulaney wrote for "Saturday Night Live" from 2008 to 2014. In that time he created a lot of great content, including legendary characters like New York club aficionado Stefon.

Mulaney returned to the show this weekend to host and he crushed it triumphantly. On Instagram Sunday, Mulaney revealed that he and current Weekend Update host Colin Jost originally wrote "Lobster Diner," the best sketch of the night in our humble opinion, back in 2010. However, the show didn't air it until Saturday night.

A diner patron orders the lobster special, one of those dishes you see on a diner menu, but no one really orders... until now. Cue a "Les Misérables" inspired musical number, featuring Keenan Thompson as the doomed lobster.

Glad this sketch finally saw the light of day. Check it out above.


More Related News

Pete Davidson Returns To
Pete Davidson Returns To 'Weekend Update' Desk With John Mulaney

Pete Davidson appeared to be back in fine form on "Saturday Night Live",

'SNL': Pete Davidson Addresses Suicide Threat - And Reviews 'The Mule' With John Mulaney (Video)

Pete Davidson joined "Weekend Update" anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che for the "Saturday Night Live" news segment's first installment of 2019 to do two important things: 1) reassure "SNL" viewers he's OK after the cryptic suicide threat he made on social media last month and 2) give a film review with John Mulaney. "I'm great," Davidson told Jost and Che. "As you know, I've had a really crazy month and I want to talk about something that matters a lot to me." "Mental health?" Jost asked. "No, the new Clint Eastwood movie, 'The Mule,'" Davidson replied. And there to help him open up about the 2018 drama was former "SNL" writer Mulaney, who Davidson has been hanging out with a lot...

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked with *

Cancel reply


Top News: Latin America

Hit "Like"
Don't miss any important news
Thanks, you don't need to show me this anymore.