Yes, Ryan Gosling Giggled A Lot In SNL's Season Premiere

Yes, Ryan Gosling Giggled A Lot In SNL's Season Premiere

Yes, Ryan Gosling Giggled A Lot In SNL's Season Premiere

During the evening, Oscar-winning co-star and BFF Emma Stone came out and surprised the crowd, pointing out that "we saved jazz", before the likes of Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon treated the audience to a political sketch making light of President Trump on Twitter. And as it turns out, his second time around proved just as hard.

This is a strong opening episode overall, by the way.

Later, Che announced that the Obamacare repeal keeps coming back like a Jason movie. His Trump said he rewards loyalty but then ends the sketch palling around with U.S. Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer.

What was this? The Fliplets was about triplets who have their own HGTV show but Tristan (Ryan Gosling) was the only one who went to stay with their father.

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Kumail Nanjiani will host the season's third show on October 14, marking his debut. He still is an incredible musician and it is one thing you don't want to miss. "Go tell Melania to put on her flood heels, get some bottled water, some food, pack up some extra Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl t-shirts, and write them a check with our money, you cheap cracker". Despite the movie's charm and popularity, some criticized it for whitewashing the jazz world by casting Gosling as the proponent of pure jazz and actual real-life black musician John Legend as the shameless sell-out who represents everything the purists hate. Thanks to Gosling's ample experience with freaky moments of high drama (see also Lars and the Real Girl) there's a lot of authenticity in his delivery. Probably Moffat and Mikey Day set an unreasonably high standard for new cast involvement through last season and Gardner and Redd had a more typical debut.

Watch Gosling's full "Saturday Night Live" monologue below. Basically Ryan Gosling's a rock flute player with a love triangle.

In the "Another Close Encounter" sketch, McKinnon's character recounted how her second abduction was much more graphic and very bad than fellow survivors (played by Gosling and Cecily Strong). Everyone's fresh from their summer break, and Gosling broke in pretty much ever live sketch they did, so even when it wasn't amusing it was still pretty lively and exciting.

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