Fresh off their six Grammy nominations, Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus brought boygenius to Saturday Night Live to perform “Satanist” and “Not Strong Enough” off this year’s full-length debut. Phoebe did not smash her guitar this time, but Julien did throw hers. In addition to the two songs, Phoebe, Julien and Lucy joined host Timothée Chalamet in a sketch where they all played multiple versions of Troye Sivan who are haunting Sarah Sherman‘s dreams.
There was also a sketch about a Museum of Hip Hop featuring Mary J Blige (Punkie Johnson), Rick Rubin (James Austin Johnson), Dr Cornel West (Kenan Thompson) and Chalamet reprising his Soundcloud artist and “technically the most successful hip hop artist of all time” character, $mokecheddathaassgetta. There was also a sketch about celebrities auditioning to read the audiobook version of Britney Spears memoir, featuring Bowen Yang as B-52’s’ Fred Schneider, Punkie Johnson as Ice Spice, Chalamet as Martin Scorsese (who just directed Chalamet in a Chanel perfume commercial), Sarah Sherman as John Mulaney, and more, with Chloe Fineman playing Britney, Natasha Lyonne, and Chalamet.
Watch those and more sketches from this week’s SNL below.
Next weekend (11/18) Jason Momoa hosts with Tate McRae as musical guest.