Really, SNL? You had a whole year to come up with an Irish themed comedy sketch and this is the result? SNL's St. To us, the incest jokes fell on deaf ears and the dodgy attempts at Irish accents made the entire sketch fall flat. I miss when SNL was bitingly funny. Appalling sketch about Ireland.
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I've been out of the dating loop for more than a decade, so, when I talk to my single friends about dating, it seems like there's a new dating app every minute. One week it's Coffee Meets Bagel, the next it's Hinge, and they all seem terrifying. But there's one thing they all have in common: hope. Hope that there are semi-normal people using them, specifically. So this week's Saturday Night Live spoof of dating apps deflates that balloon a little: The show's hypothetical app is called Settl.
By Valerie Siebert For Dailymail. A Saturday Night Live skit has introduced a parody dating app called Settl, which encourages women to lower their expectations in order to find a life partner. The skit, starring Vanessa Bayer, Kate McKinnon, Sasheer Zamata, and Leslie Jones fake smiling their way through marketing the app towards women looking to speed along the courting process so they can get hitched as soon as possible. It also drives the point home with its cutting tag line: 'Tick. Tock': A sketch aired on the latest episode of Saturday Night Live features a spoof commercial for a dating app called Settl, which helps women find men they can marry 'right now'.