“SNL” Confronts the Biggest Mental Health Issue Facing Men

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By Tanner Garrity It’s been a surprisingly strong season for SNL this fall. The show has stepped back from its habit of casting movie stars for recurring political roles, offered up less Trump and COVID content (much to the appreciation of weary audiences), showcased a comedy trio with a cult online following and returned to embracing offbeat concepts, which is always where its cast members sing. Consider: one of the show’s best sketches from the 2010s was a tortured Ryan Gosling trying to figure out how the Avatar franchise got away with using Microsoft Word’s “Papyrus” font. Weird works, and…

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