Picking up where 'Mother Lover' left off, Timberlake and Andy Samberg took a liking of GaGa who eventually forgets the Golden Rule of threesome.
Justin Timberlake and Lady GaGa combo gave "Saturday Night Live" its big note finale. GaGa the musical guest joined host Timberlake in a digital short called "Three-Way", which also features Andy Samberg, in new edition of "What's My Name?" and a sketch about Liquorville.
Timberlake and Samberg reprised their '90s pop group, singing about a threesome which is "not gay" because there's a woman involved. Susan Sarandon and Patricia Claksons also slipped back to their "Mothers" role for the opening scene of the digital short but it was GaGa who became the leading lady.
"It's not gay when it's in a three way! With a hunny in the middle, there's some leeway," the boys sing about the Golden Rule. "The area's gray in a one, two, three way." The video makes a reference to sitcom "Three's Company".
Meanwhile, Timberlake is pitted against GaGa in the game show's celebrity edition. Timberlake is terrible at remembering names, including his former NSYNC bandmate Chris Kirkpatrick, while GaGa can remember a random fan's name and the show's crew.
Timberlake, dressed as walking beer bottle, offends a tea bag, played by Kristen Wiig. GaGa later joined them, dressing as wine complete with cork and two suggestive glasses.