Charles Barkley “Let’s Get Physical”

Gotta give it up to Inside The NBA. Simply put, one of my favorite shows and I’m sad when I miss one. I’m especially happy I didn’t miss tonight’s as the crew put together the instantly catchy new song “Let’s Get Physical” by Charles Barkley.

The backstory: all playoffs long, Inside found some old footage of the first time Ernie Johnson and Barkley interacted on live TV. EJ talked to an oddly shy, soft-spoken Chuck in 1992 when he was a special guest at halftime. The video naturally aged wonderfully and is the newest running joke against Barkley. And that was before the Inside the NBA crew autotuned it and turned it into a remix above. Hah! Enjoy.

The Lonely Island “Hugs” f/ Pharrell & Tatiana Maslany

Andy Samberg closed this season of SNL and, to coincide with a great show that featured an opening spoof on the Solange & Jay Z fight, Samberg and his Lonely Island trio premiered a new music video for “Hugs” off last year’s The Wack Album. The song’s guest star, Pharrell, appears in the video (continuing the current trend of everywhere) and Tatiana Maslany also plays a lead female. Plus, Maya Rudolph as Oprah. Hah! Per usual, The Lonely Island provides the laughs.

Even better: The Lonely Island debuted a new song and SNL Digital Short “When Will The Bass Drop” featuring Lil Jon. As you may suspect from the title, it’s Samberg & Co’s take on the EDM concert-going experience. And yes, it exaggerates all the stereotypes for even more laughs below.

SNL’s Jay Z & Solange Spoof

The Solange-Jay Z fight video… now with audio! (LMAO.)

Jay Pharoah and Sasheer Zamata play Jay & Solange, the bodyguard Julius by Kenan Thompson, and Maya Rudolph as ‘Yonce. SNL’s best cold opening in awhile. I don’t think I stopped laughing.

LOL @ this timing…

“Also, I’m sure ya’ll are wondering why B is not here tonight, I mean she’s off making another sexually aggressive music video about a monogamous relationship, hahaha.”

Jay Z & Beyonce “RUN” dropped tonight with a star-studded cast.

Jeopardy! 90s Rap Category

What’s better than a rap category on Jeopardy?

Alex Trebek rapping some classic 90s hip hop songs in a rap category on Jeopardy!

In the Battle of the Decades episodes this week, the game’s best players return and are greeted with this 90s Rap Song category wherein, perhaps the most famous Jeopardy! player of ’em all, Ken Jennings, gets the most correct. I won’t spoil anything other than that so you can play along as well.