Paul Rudd and Paul McCartney: 'SNL' Highlights [Video]Michelle Lamar
Paul Rudd and Paul McCartney rocked it on Saturday Night Live last night! If you didn’t see last night’s SNL, here are a few of my favorite parts from the show.
Paul Rudd’s opening monologue was very funny and Paul McCartney delivered a stellar musical performance, watch the video clips of Paul and Paul here. I’m a hopeless Paul Rudd fan but reviews of Rudd’s hosting gig have been positive.
There were several good sketches on last night’s SNL, and Paul Rudd was strong in every skit he was in. He killed it as the nerdy math teacher at a high school assembly. Paul Rudd was in a weird but funny SNL Digital Short, “Stumblin,'” where Andy Samberg and Rudd ran stumbling around New York to the tune of Dolly Parton’s “9 to 5,” with some help from Paul McCartney singing. Kind of an odd clip but worth watching.
My favorite sketch of last night’s SNL was “What’s That Name?“, about a game show. Paul Rudd played a contestant in the game show, which shows that people know celebrities better than the people around them in everyday life. Watch the clip of “What’s That Name” below:
Paul McCartney performed four numbers on Saturday Night Live last night but the ex-Beatle showed his sense of humor last night as well! Sir Paul was in the SNL Digital Short, “Stumblin,” and McCartney did a quick bit with Seth Meyers on Weekend Update. Seth and Paul McCartney dub the voices of Camilla Bowles and Prince Charles in a “reenactment” to of the Royal couple being attacked last week in their car. Watch the clip of Sir Paul and Seth Meyers on Weekend Update: