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‘SNL’ Belongs to Adam Driver, Olivia Rodrigo, and—Julia Stiles?!

This vacation season, Saturday Night time Stay served up a potent reminder: “The one particular person you might want to be is your self.” So waxed the poster for the 2001 traditional Save the Final Dance, through which Julia Stiles finger-pointed her approach into Juilliard. Throughout Weekend Replace, Chloe Fineman shed her Mrs. Claus jacket and stretched her physique as she ready to reveal her one attractive present thought. Stripping right down to a black leotard and pleather joggers, her blond hair pulled right into a smooth ballet bun, she recommended wowing your companion with the choreography from Stiles’s final scene in her iconic film. (Michael Che, for one, was rapt.) After Fineman defined the artwork of avenue ballet, which concerned a sequence of “hip hop… hop” strikes, the group burst into the biggest applause of the night time when a good-natured Stiles, clad in her dance blacks, joined Fineman on stage. 

All you children on the market who will spend your Sunday sharing clips of this week’s musical visitor, Olivia Rodrigo: put some respect in your mom’s teenage dream of being Stiles. Could this very candy and really shrewd late-night second carry its personal form of Christmas current to the now 42-year-old actor.

All that sugar, and we haven’t even gotten to the good hunk of unusual beef that was our host, Adam Driver. On SNL, he’s like Christopher Walken crossed with Invoice Murray, minimize with a touch of Marlon Brando. The weirder the sketch, the extra severe and dedicated his efficiency. Put this man’s Rushmore-sized head on prime of a child’s physique, like within the Child Airplane sketch, and he’ll squall, suck on his bottle and grunt whereas going poo in his diaper with the dedication of a Shakespearean actor.

The Ferrari actor’s monologue was as commanding because it was odd, like a barely depressed vaudevillian star. He sat right down to the grand piano, stopping to admire the girth of his palms, to compose his Christmas record. “Hello, Santa. It’s me, Adam. Driver. From the Good Listing, and in addition Ladies.” His desires have been few, however significant. Now that he’s middle-aged (wait, what?), he wished 5 pairs of chinos and a monster truck to stability out his micro penis (wait, what?). And will Santa someway put an finish to all these of us who cease him on the road asking how he might’ve killed Han Solo? “I didn’t kill Han Solo,” he argued. “Wokeness killed Han Solo.”