This video is awesome and fun and funny for a number of reasons. First, it's a really clever way to show that Ariana Grande can do music impressions so well that the audience didn't believe it was her at first (did anybody else notice the "wait, what?" in the audience's silence?). Second, all of the side jokes were awesome (I love this season of SNL so much). But more than anything, what if music streaming worked like that? I know that it's not the point of the sketch, but what else would be true if this scenario was true for all of the internet?
What if content providing services needed people to sit around and watch the levels for individual products? Like security guards watching the cameras for one room at a time. I can't help but image a warehouse full of people checking the rates of the different types of things searched for on Google. How're spellchecking searches going? We're losing power on the "facts about celebrities" search stream! Quick! Is Kevin Spacey married and how many movies has Tina Fey made? No time for that! We need to start taking pictures for people to put in their presentation slides! Or how would Amazon handle this reality? They don't need to stream