The plot follows the troupe inviting Bolton to work on a new hip hop track, in which the members rap about meeting at a club and taking women home. Bolton ruins the group's song by instead singing choruses about the Pirates of the Caribbean film series and its primary protagonist Captain Jack Sparrow , but also with references to Forrest Gump , Erin Brockovich , Scarface and Jerry Maguire. With an initial premise concluded, the members settled on contacting Bolton to make an appearance for the track. The trio relentlessly begged Bolton, who was initially uneasy to commit due to the track's coarse language. After recording the track, the troupe recorded a music video with Bolton as Jack Sparrow, protagonist of the aforementioned film series. The clip, on which Bolton noted the trio intended to go "above and beyond", was recorded over two days.
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Long-time announcer Don Pardo announced that he would pre-record his parts from his home in Arizona rather than perform live in New York City. Before the start of the season, Will Forte left the show after a total of eight seasons from to Featured player Jenny Slate was let go from the show after one season. Abby Elliott and Bobby Moynihan were upgraded to repertory status while Nasim Pedrad remained a featured player.
The song originated from Saturday Night Live executive producer Lorne Michaels , who asked Samberg to write a track to showcase Timberlake's singing abilities. After being screened by NBC executives for content, the short debuted less than a few hours later. In its original network airing, the word "dick", a recurring word in the chorus, was bleeped 16 times.