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Last Night on "SNL": Justin Timberlake Brings His Helicopter D*ck

By Dustin Rowles | TV Reviews | May 22, 2011 |

Justin Timberlake Monologue

A JT-hosted show is a a reason to rejoice, typically, as he's been "SNL's" most consistent host since 90's Tom Hanks and Alec Baldwin. I thought Jon Hamm might surpass him after his first stint, but that second appearance earlier this season was a stinker (no fault of Hamm's). Anyway, JT's monologue killed per usual, and offered a lot of hope for the rest the the season finale.

Bring It Own Down to Liquorville

Sorry, folks. There's no video embed for this one. They have to give you a reason to watch the full episodes on Hulu (at 1 EST, the full video goes live). It's worth it for liquorville alone. I think Mrs. Pajiba-hyphenate melted about six times. Can we just make Timberlake a permanent cast addition? (Oh, and I'm pretty sure you can see Gaga's nipple.)

Herb Welch

I didn't love this skit the first time around (with Emma Stone?), but JT makes everything better. Watch Hader try to keep it together.

Digital Short: 3-Way (The Golden Rule)

Helicopter dick? Screw it. See for yourself.

Weekend Update: Really?

The topic: Schwarzenegger.

Weekend Update: Nicolas Cage and Bradley Cooper

These skits waste the real celebrity appearance almost as much "What's Up with That." But whatever: Look! The Emu.

Weekend Update: Headlines

What's that Name

Fantastic! "You think his name is Charty?"

Amusement Park Rides

Christ, JT is even a spectacular animatronic character.

Secret Word

I have a suspicion that this will be Kristen Wiig's last "SNL" skit. I can't imagine she returns next season, after the success of Bridesmaids.

The Barry Gibb Talk Show

The first episode this season actually worth staying up to see in its entirety. Barry Effin' Gibbs.

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