What’s Wrong with This Picture | Season 44 Episode 21

Elliott Pants … Kenan Thompson

Gina … Aidy Bryant

Steven … Pete Davidson

Louis … Paul Rudd

[Starts with intro of the show]

Announcer: It’s time to play What’s Wrong With This Picture.

[Cut to Elliott Pants]

Elliott Pants : Hello, everybody, I’m your host Elliott Pants. Welcome to another round of What’s Wrong With This Picture. The rules are simple. All you got to do is look at a picture, tell me what’s wrong with it. If you’re right, you might win a Toyota beef. The first car for thick boys. Contestants, are you ready to play? Gina?

[Cut to Gina]

Gina: Yes, daddy.

[Cut to Elliott]

Elliott Pants : I don’t like that. Steven.

[Cut to Steven]

Steven: I didn’t come here to make friends, but I would like it to happen.

[Cut to Elliott]

Elliott Pants : Okay. Louis?

[Cut to Louis]

Louis: What’s up?

[Cut to Elliott] Elliott Pants : I’m introducing you.

[Cut to Louis]

Louis: Oh, thank you.

[Cut to Elliott]

Elliott Pants : Okay. I guess this is who is available at 2 PM on a weekday. Let’s go to your first puzzle. Who can tell me what’s wrong with this picture?

[There’s a cartoon picture of a boy and a girl playing swing. The swing has rope only at one side.]

There’s something very wrong with this picture. Can you spot it?

[Cut to the contestants] [Steven presses the button] [beep sound]

Steven: Oh, I got it. They’re siblings who know they shouldn’t have kissed.

[Cut to Elliott]

Elliott Pants : What? No. That’s not close.

Steven: Oh, man.

[beep]

Elliott Pants : Louis.

Louis: Her hair has too many shrimps in it.

Elliott Pants : I’m sorry. Did you say shrimp?

Louis: By her ears are shrimp.

[Cut to Elliott]

Elliott Pants : No, those are her pig tails. Yeah. That’s not shrimp. Getting a little worried about this.

[beep]

Gina.

[Cut to Gina]

Gina: He’s pointing at her butt door and explaining its features.

[Cut to Elliott]

Elliott Pants : No. Something in this picture is physically impossible.

[beep] [Cut to Steven]

Steven: They’re gay.

Elliott Pants : What?

Steven: Boys and girls can’t be gay on each other. That don’t work. Has to be the same.

[Cut to Elliott]

Elliott Pants : No. I’ll give you a hint. Something is missing in the picture.

[beep]

Louis.

[Cut to Louis]

Louis: Love. Plus the knockers behind them don’t have nipples.

[Cut to Elliott]

Elliott Pants : Okay. That’s a bush.

[Cut to Louis]

Louis: Oh, that’s inappropriate.

[Cut to Elliott and the picture]

Elliott Pants : Can you really not see it? The swing is missing a rope.

[Cut to Gina]

Gina: Then why are they smiling?

[Cut to Louis]

Louis: Because his jeans leave very little to the imagination and they like that.

[Cut to Elliott]

Elliott Pants : Well, that made me angry. All right. Here is your next picture.

[There is a cartoon picture of a woman looking at a mirror. There is a belt in the reflection but not on her.] [beep]

Gina.

[Cut to Gina]

Gina: Yeah, I got it. She’s 4 years old but the boobies grew too fast.

[Cut to Elliott]

Elliott Pants : Oh, my god, no.

[beep] [Cut to Louis]

Louis: The twins are in the fish tank and she can’t get out.

[Cut to Elliott]

Elliott Pants : That is not a fish tank, that is a mirror.

[Cut to Louis]

Louis: Then where are all the fish?

[Cut to Elliott]

Elliott Pants : I hate you.

[beep]

Steven.

[Cut to Steven]

Steven: Oh, I see it now. The answer is she just did blackface and got away with it. The only problem is she got the job. Now what?

[Cut to Elliott]

Elliott Pants : No. Now, stop it. The reflection is wearing a belt. It’s wearing a belt. All right, next.

[The picture changes to an office desk. The calendar reads 31 June] [beep] [Cut to Gina]

Gina: Oh, I know. Her chair is empty because she just got raptured. But once she got up there, god did a twirl and his robe flew up and she thinks she saw his thing.

[Cut to Elliott]

Elliott Pants : Gross! Wrong.

[beep] [Cut to Steven]

Steven: The objects come to life at night but the only problem is they’re poor.

[Cut to Elliott]

Elliott Pants : For the love of—

[beep] [Cut to Louis]

Louis: That computer has a virus and I hate to tell you, but it’s AIDS.

[Cut to Elliott. He is holding his head.] [Cut to Steven]

Steven: Uh, are you okay. Mr. Pant.

[Cut to Elliott]

Elliott Pants : No. And it’s Pants. Look at that. What is that?

[Cut to Gina]

Gina: A date tent?

[Cut to Elliott]

Elliott Pants : That is not a tent. There is no such thing as June 31st. Okay. We’re doing exactly one more of these.

[There is a cartoon picture of a girl playing roller blade on ice]

What’s wrong with this picture?

[beep] [Cut to Louis]

Louis: Oh, she’s wearing roller-blades instead of ice skates.

[right answer beep] [Cut to Elliott]

Elliott Pants : Oh, my god, that’s right. And I think it’s my wife. Can I say hi?

[Cut to everybody]

Elliott Pants : That is a drawing. [Cut to Elliott and Louis] This has been what’s wrong with this picture.

Louis: What are you doing?

Elliott Pants : We got to start screening these people.

Music Box | Season 44 Episode 21

Cecily Strong

Kyle Mooney

Emily

Storekeeper… Paul Rudd

Kenan Thompson

[Starts with people in an antiques store] Cecily Strong: What a beautiful antiques store.

Kyle Mooney: Honey, look at this old sign. [Cut to Cecily Strong and Kyle Mooney] It says, ‘I only drink on days that start with T. Tuesday, Thursday, Today, Tomorrow, Thaturday, Thunday.

Cecily Strong: That’s hilarious. We probably don’t need that since you’re not drinking anymore.

Kyle Mooney: Oh, right.

Cecily Strong: You do remember that conversation?

Kyle Mooney: Yeah, sure. Hey, look what Emily found.

[Cut to everybody]

Emily: Look!

Cecily Strong: Oh! [Cut to Cecily Strong, Emily and Kyle Mooney] Look, it’s a music box with a ballerina on top. You know, my grandmother had one of these.

[Cut to everybody]

Storekeeper: Oh, that’s a wonderful choice. [Store keeper walks to them] They don’t make them like that anymore. And very affordable.

Cecily Strong: Our daughter just started ballet lessons.

Kyle Mooney: She’s not very good.

Cecily Strong: $60? I don’t know.

[Cut to the storekeeper]

Storekeeper: Wind the bottom and she’ll dance for you.

[Cut to Cecily Strong, Emily and Kyle Mooney] [Cecily Strong winds the bottom] [music playing]

Kyle Mooney: Oh, wow. Don’t you wish you could dance like that, sweetie?

Cecily Strong: The song is so pretty. Do you know the name of it?

[Cut to the storekeeper]

Storekeeper: Of course. It’s ‘Fancy party’.

[Cut to Cecily Strong, Emily and Emily]

Kyle Mooney: ‘Fancy party’? I don’t know that.

[Cut to the storekeeper]

Storekeeper: Sure you do. It’s a famous old beautiful song. Wind it again and let’s see if I remember the words.

[Cut to everybody] [Cecily Strong winds the bottom] [music playing] [Cut to the storekeeper]

Storekeeper: It started, the fancy party’s finally getting started

nothing can go wrong, owe wait, I farted,

I farted, now my whole world will never be the same.

[Cut to everybody]

And that’s ‘fancy party’.

[Cut to Cecily Strong, Emily and Emily]

Kyle Mooney: Hang on. The song ‘Fancy Party’ is about a ballerina having gas at a party?

[Cut to the storekeeper]

Storekeeper: That’s right. And the catastrophic effect it has on her life, relationships and dancing career.

[Cut to Cecily Strong, Emily and Emily]

Kyle Mooney: That’s not real.

[Cut to everybody]

Storekeeper: Sure it is. Your grandmother probably sang it to you while you went to sleep. Wind it again, you’ll remember.

[Cecily Strong winds the bottom] [music playing] [Cut to the storekeeper]

I beefed one,

they hired me for dancing, then I beefed one

it was oh, [Cut to everybody] so very long and not a brief one

because I beefed one

Now this whole fancy party knows my name

Cecily Strong: Wait I do know this.

[Cut to Cecily Strong and Storekeeper]

Cecily Strong and Storekeeper: I gave them quite a scare

when I jumped up in the air

and out a fruity rooty came

Storekeeper: I knew you knew it.

[Cut to everybody]

Kyle Mooney: I’m sorry if you’re eating

but my tights just took a beating

Everybody: And now I fear I’ll never dance again

[Cut to Kenan Thompson]

Kenan Thompson: I farted.

[Cut to everybody]

Storekeeper: Hello.

Kenan Thompson: I was just passing by and heard ‘Fancy party”.

Everybody: Did you hear the news how I done farted?

Now the party has sadly been departed

because I farted

That’s just how it goes.

Kyle Mooney: Wow.

Cecily Strong: That’s good.

Storekeeper: Memories.

Kyle Mooney: I’m glad you didn’t sing, honey. You would have messed it up.

Emily: Sing it again.

Cecily Strong: Let’s do it.

[Cecily Strong breaks the music box trying to wind it]

oh! No! Did I break it?

Storekeeper: What have you done?

Kyle Mooney: Honey, what have you done?

Cecily Strong: It wasn’t one of a kind, was it? Surely there are more.

[Everybody are staring at Cecily Strong]

Please, please.

[Cut to Kenan coming up front to camera]

Kenan Thompson: And that’s The Twilight Zone.