It’s been just a few months since the last time Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake donned their curly wigs and vintage T-shirts for a trip to Camp Winnipesaukee, but already one big thing has changed: A.D. Miles, the Tonight Show writer who usually played camp counselor Mr. Fletcher opposite Fallon and Timberlake’s boyish campers, has left the series. What is a Camp Winnipesaukee sketch without a frustrated, short-shorted counselor? Nothing! That’s why when the two brought the sketch back on Tuesday night, they had to mix things up—namely, by bringing in Keegan-Michael Key.
The sketch starts out like any other: the two are up late in their cabin, belting out a nostalgic tune—this time, “What’s Up” by 4 Non Blondes. But when their counselor bursts in, it’s not the zinc-nosed Miles, but instead Key, who insists they “stop the ruckus now.” And when Jimmy meekly says they were just singing a song? Key is not amused: “You were just singing a song? Is that what you were doing? Because it sounded like you were just drowning in a lake.”
Things progress as normal: the two promise to go to sleep, but fail—instead singing the song again and getting caught again. But then things take another surprising turn when another camper can be heard outside the cabin. In bursts “Billy from Camp Buttonwood,” also known as Billy Crystal in cargo shorts, who appeared on Tonight as a guest Tuesday night. When asked why he, a purported 12-year-old, has a beard, Crystal grinned, “I didn’t when the sketch started.” Cue one more song: “Rhythm Is Going to Get You” by Gloria Estefan. Try as he might, it seems Key’s “Fletcher” will have no more luck keeping these rowdy boys in check than the last one did.
All Credit Goes To This Website: Source link