Completely shocked that this ep has an average rating - and that there's only one other review that shares my disbelief. This one had it all: a crisp, entertaining monologue that never made you cringe; a host (who can really, really act!) who committed to and ran with the material 100%; spot-on impersonations and generally great acting by the regulars; and a listenable music act in the Jonas Bros (even though they appeared to use a backing track a bit excessively - i.e., they lip-synched). And the ep was both timely and relevant.
The Adam Sandler ep just prior was great from a nostalgia angle, but otherwise was full of the predictably mediocre to which we've become accustomed. Ms. Emma, the cast, and the writers deserve a better rating to be sure.
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