Saturday Night Live, with host and musical guest Jack Harlow, got into the Halloween spirit sleek off the bat, with the first skit featuring a Southern marriage ceremony held on Halloween night time, through which Harlow and Chloe Fineman performed the groom, Patch, and bride, Dooney, respectively.
When the person officiating the marriage ceremony asks whether any individual objects to Patch and Dooney getting married, it’s Dooney who speaks up, pointing to Patch’s very most attention-grabbing man Clint coming to the marriage ceremony dressed as Joker as a motive.
Clint refuses to swap out of the costume, and the officiant locations the topic up for a vote, with the company, one after the opposite, arguing whether or now not Clint must be dressed as Joker.
In the pause, Survivor host Jeff Probst is accessible in, and alongside with his signature line, “The tribe has spoken,” pulls a fraction of paper with the final consequence out of an urn and extinguishes the loser’s torch.
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