By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist May 5, 2014 at 9:55AM
"The Amazing Spider-Man 2" opened this weekend (and topped the box office), so Sony made sure that Peter Parker himself got in front of as many late night eyes as possible and landed him a hosting gig on "Saturday Night Live." And because we're old and the show isn't very good, we didn't bother staying up (in fact, it was one of the lowest rated episodes of the season, even with Coldplay as a musical guest). But we live in an age where we can watch the big highlights of the evening from the comfort of our desk on Monday morning with a cup of coffee in our hand.
As usual, it wasn't the skits that anyone is talking about, but a digital short, this time in the form of the fake trailer "The Beygency." And the concept is simple: Garfield plays a man who admits to not really liking "Drunk In Love" and is forced to go on the run for daring to suggest QUEEN BEY is anything short of perfect. It's pretty funny stuff, and keep an eye out for the "24" gang in here too. Watch below.