We might have been unjustly hating the plodding, in-love-with-itself, and totally humorless Studio 60, because it’s really only just hit us how truthful it is: Its cellophane-veiled subject, Saturday Night Live, is in fact plodding, in love with itself, and virtually humorless, and is becoming less and less funny with each installment. If Studio 60 gets cancelled, which it should, then logically so should SNL. Last Saturday, for example, its only watchable bits had nothing at all to do with the show’s writers: It was Sacha Baron Cohen’s hilarious opening monologue as Borat and “musical guest” Beck’s two awesome and adorable performances – with puppets – that owned the show. We’ve been searching intermittently for the Beck numbers on YouTube since 1:01 Sunday morning, and finally just now found this. Enjoy.