There’s no secret formula to coming up with these videos. ’D--k in a Box’ came together late in the week, as we were under pressure for the Saturday show. We knew we wanted to do something with early ‘90s R&B, and we’d bonded with Justin [Timberlake] over our love of Jodeci and Keith Sweat. But we also knew this was the Christmas show, and we needed something... festive. So Jorma came up with the idea of sticking your d--k in a box, from the movie Diner. We started writing it up, and it was making us laugh, and we basically said to Justin, “We’ve got this song, and we’re going to give our d--ks to girls for Christmas.” We expected him to waffle—we weren’t sure how far he’d be willing to go—but he was immediately like, “YES.” So we put the SNL wardrobe department to work on the outfits: rayon, paisley, and many shades of mustard. We loved the idea, of course, but it’s not always easy to tell whether the humor will resonate. As it turned out, “D--k in a Box” really couldn’t have turned out any better. Even our mothers loved it. Jorma’s mother literally said, “That was WONDERFUL.” She loved the look, she loved the attitude, she loved everything. “D--k in a Box” really pushed all of us to another level. Today, Andy left the house and a group of businessmen yelled, “J--z in my pants!” from their car. If we die tomorrow, “D--k in the Box” will be the video they’ll show.