After a three-week break, Saturday Night Live made up for lost ground by starting things off with a visit from the ghost of Moammer Gadhafi, who confirmed, "I got murdered pretty bad last week." The show also took aim at Kim Kardashian's short-lived, televised marriage with Nasim Pedrad's dead-on impression, "Things are looking up for me. I'm single, and there's an NBA lock-out."
The show's host was Charlie Day, whose It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia co-star Danny DeVito appeared in the opening monologue, and the musical guest was Maroon 5 (yes, they did perform "Moves Like Jagger"). Click through for highlights, including Dr. Oz and a dead rectum, Rick Perry defending his ridiculous New Hampshire appearance, Cee Lo's freakiness, the Greek economic crisis from Mount Olympus, and a crime at a familiar Upper West Side apartment.