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Drake will pull double duty as host and musical guest, and Fred Armisen will be joined by musician Courtney Barnett.
Watch in the video below as he tries out accents from Washington Heights, Upper West Side, Astoria, West Village, Rockaway, The Bronx, East Village, Upper East Side, Brooklyn, and Long Island.
Meyers opened with a tribute to Fallon, by doing a Thank You segment.
Stefon (Bill Hader), Amy Poehler, Andy Samberg, and Gov. Paterson (Fred Armisen) all returned for Meyer's last episode behind the desk at Studio 8H. Watch below.
Ben Affleck was the affable host, but last night's excellent season finale of "Saturday Night Live" belonged to Bill Hader and Fred Armisen, two heavyweight performers who announced this week they were leaving the show.
The "Saturday Night Live" exodus continues: Fred Armisen will be leaving the show at the end of the season, and Jason Sudeikis will "probably" leave the show as well.
This reporter was called up to the major leagues yesterday to head-nod his migraine-addled brain like a Tasmanian devil on stage while Yo La Tengo rocked out "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon."
"I don't walk around in a Burberry trench coat and bra all the time, but..."
Last night, Ed Helms hosted Saturday Night Live, but the real highlight was the half-animated, half-live action Ambiguously Gay Duo segment. Check out clips by clicking through the gallery.
Yo La Tengo squeezed more than a drop of good will from
Governor David Paterson was one of the many cameos on the 36th
Saturday Night Live is opening its 36th season with alum Amy Poehler
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