It must be incredibly tough to be a writer for “Saturday Night Live” when everyone online is either a critic or a comic.
But it’s hard to ignore that one of last night’s highlights from the show, a dating app parody called “Settl”…
… was a more straightforward twist on the premise of a wacky viral video from last year, “GiveUpAndSettle.com,” which racked up nearly five million views on YouTube:
It’s funny how “Settl” seems to be closest to Tinder (not being able to swipe left is a feature!), whereas “GiveUpAndSettle.com” hearkens more to those atrociously cheery ads you might see for Match.com or eHarmony during TV’s off-hours.
But who did it better — “Saturday Night Live” or YouTuber Ryan Higa? Vote below to weigh in.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.