For those of you 25 and under, this'll need some setup.
Back in the '90s and '80s, instead of using Tinder or PlentyofFish for dating, people used to use videotapes (no, really) to potentially meet and screen possible dates. It wasn't really a thing in Ireland, but it was a huge business in the US.
How is this relevant to Bryan Cranston, Benedict Cumberbatch and Eddie Redmayne? As it turns out, one of Cranston's various oddjobs when he was a young, struggling actor was helping people make dating videos.
Norton explained the whole thing to the couch and even played some, before cracking into a bit with Cranston, Cumberbatch and Redmayne making their own.
Take a look.
There's no way all three of them are that witty off the bat - it's got to be scripted. Speaking of dating and relationships, another bit on the show focused on another Cranston oddjob in which the guy was an ordained minister and married a couple over the Hollywood sign in a twin-prop plane.
That's those ones with the rotars that are insanely loud, by the way. So imagine a couple, in a twin-prop plane, getting married as it flies over the Hollywood sign by a young Walter White.
Makes total sense.