John Mulaney’s very New York City episode of Saturday Night Live

John Mulaney hosted his second Saturday Night Live this weekend, and made sure it very much centered on its and his home of New York City. Straight from the monologue, which referenced specific cross streets, the sounds of the subway system, new police sirens, and a Woody Allen sighting.

Mulaney’s episode also included a gratuitous mention of NYC-based law firm Cellino & Barnes, and an entire Broadway medley tribute about a bodega bathroom. Here’s that for your amusement and bafflement.

Sean L. McCarthy

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