Melissa McCarthy’s monologue on Saturday Night Live was stellar (Video)

By | April 7, 2013 at 12:49 pm | 4 comments | Audio/Video, feature slider, TV/Movies | Tags: , , , ,

For her second time hosting Saturday Night Live, movie and television comedy force Melissa McCarthy abandoned the typical joke slinging and instead relied on her impossibly lovable personality, exploiting her everywoman charm to great effect. With a little help from SNL castmember Taran Kilam, the duo produced a wholly funny and satisfying intro last night’s show. Check it out!

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  • http://twitter.com/OShaukat Omar Shaukat

    Jesus Christ you people are cynical. This was so great.

  • steve

    The Bloomberg drink joke didn’t make sense because it was struck down a couple weeks ago. The rest of the monlogue got old fast. I guess pretending you can’t stand was easier than having jokes.

  • lyle

    Come on now laughspin, youre just spreading a horrible stereotype. The fact that youre fat, ugly and just all around aesthetically unpleasing to the eye doesnt necessarily mean that you have a great personality or talent. In fact, most unattractive people are atleast as shit on the inside as attractive people, if not more.

  • Steve Lubetkin

    pretending to be out of breath is funny?

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