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John Mulaney’s pandemic-era NYC musical on ‘SNL’ is hilariously nasty

It starts with dirty underwear.

John Mulaney’s fourth time hosting Saturday Night Live brought yet another exceptional sketch filled with Broadway musical parodies coated in the grimy nastiness of New York City’s underbelly. This one opens in a Times Square gift shop, with the recurring sketch’s now-regular customers Chris Redd and Pete Davidson doing a little pandemic-era shopping.

What starts as a questionable decision to buy some filthy “I Love New York” underwear quickly transforms into a series of song-and-dance numbers that touch on everything from Times Square mascots to selfish, COVID-infected tourists to a… ahem, “diddler on the roof.”

These continue to be Very Good. Catch up if you’ve never seen them all, with “Diner Lobster,” “Bodega Bathroom,” and “Airport Sushi.”

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