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The Best & Worst Sketches from Emily Blunt’s ‘Saturday Night Live’

With her film The Girl on the Train in theaters right now, Emily Blunt hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time last night. Despite a strong start with a presidential debate sketch that topped the season premiere, the rest of the night was chock full of some of the clumsiest, awkward sketches in recent […] The post The Best & Worst Sketches from Emily Blunt’s ‘Saturday Night Live’ appeared first on /Film.
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