‘SNL’ Lampoons ‘Les Misérables’ in ‘Diner Lobster,’ and No One Can Keep It Together — Watch

IndieWire | 4/15/2018 | Staff
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There are some things you just don’t do in this world: wear a band’s t-shirt to their show, stand on the wrong side of the escalator, order lobster at a diner. To illustrate the importance of this last unwritten rule, “Saturday Night Live” enacted an elaborate “Les Misérables” spoof that saw host John Mulaney playing the role of an aghast waiter who can’t believe what one of his customers (Pete Davidson) has just done.

As in many of the best “SNL” skits, several of the players — including and especially Pete Davidson, who commits the original faux pas — laugh throughout. Watch below.

Kenan - Thompson - Lobster - Take - Jean

Upon being ordered, Kenan Thompson emerges as a very large lobster to perform an updated take on Jean Valjean’s “Who Am I?” from the musical based on Victor Hugo’s novel. “Who am I, and why am I condemned to boil alive when all that I have done is...
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