If you haven’t experienced the pure joy of Netflix yet Old enough! (which is actually a Japanese series, Hajimete no Otsukai), do that. They are short nuggets for 2-4 year olds was sent out alone to do errands, and it received Super Bowl high stakes with the cuteness of the Kitten Bowl rolled into one.
This week Saturday night live Americanize it by turning Old Enough !: Long-term boyfriend version. Host Selena Gomez sends her 34-year-old boyfriend a baby for three years (played by Mikey Day) on a series of quick errands and, to his credit, he do almost as well as his pint-sized Japanese counterparts.
As in the original series, Kelsey’s Gomez helps dress Matt during his journey (complete with a flag that says STOP while crossing the street) and provides him with soft voice instructions. that you use with a toddler. To protect Matt, Sephoria – sorry, Sephora – can be a scary place. And not everyone can easily remember the complicated list of two items he gives.
Heidi Gardner has a lot of fun playing the helpful salesman Sephora, and Kenan Thompson plays another boyfriend who carries the flag on an errand. The sketch identifies the specifics of the original as well as the New York details (why will not you stop for bacon, eggs and cheese?) and mess up boy-child lives (umm… LEGO for adults doesn’t. that bad, right?).
Gomez has the severe exasperation of a woman three times her age and it is a constant pleasure. She read about, “I can have a bottle—a glass of wine. It’s 10 am, but it’s fine. You can cut that out, right? ” is a major class in speech.
If it’s all going too close to home and you find yourself in one of these lousy relationships, we might recommend checking out Old enough! on Netflix? It won’t fix anything, but those babies are really cute.
No clip yet, but Sunday I will update the full video. For now, consider if you’ve already watched and graded this season’s penultimate episode.
https://tvline.com/2022/05/14/snl-video-netflix-old-enough-spoof-longterm-boyfriend/ ‘SNL’ Video: Netflix’s ‘Old Enough’ But With Helpless Boyfriends