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Dafoe was an enthusiastic and extremely game host up for whatever the writers threw at him. And next up, on February 26th, John Mulaney returns to host.
MacGruber joins QAnon, Kristen Wiig sings about jars of beer, Sarah Sherman roasts Colin Jost, and Jost and Pete Davidson talk about becoming ferryboat owners on the latest episode of SNL.
Ariana DeBose was the consummate theater professional, but she unfortunately didn't get a lot to do in an episode that never quite found its swagger, with one swaggy exception.
With COVID-19 positivities breaking out amongst the cast and crew, we got a weird holiday episode featuring only Paul Rudd, Tom Hanks, Tina Fey, Kenan Thompson and Michael Che—it was a grab bag of new pre-taped sketches and old ones.
Kate McKinnon returned to the show for the first time this season, there were tons of holiday-themed sketches, and Billie Eilish made her hosting debut on SNL this weekend.
Host Simu Liu competed with Bowen Yang over Asian accomplishments, the military experimented on Dog Head Man, Pete's walking in Staten, and Baby Yoda bragged about his life.
Majors teamed with Kenan Thompson for the excellent sketch about creepy kids, but new cast members Sarah Sherman, Aristotle Athari and Please Don't Destroy all stole the night.
Culkin hosted the third good SNL episode in a row this weekend, and it contained the best cold open of the season, one of the funniest sketches of the season, and one of the best Weekend Update guests of recent years.
Hosting for the first time since leaving the show in 2013, Sudeikis was fantastic, with the same infectious energy and unflappable stage presence from his SNL days.
Rami Malek might have "resting villain face," but it turns out he also has some comedy chops, and he ended up hosting the funniest episode of SNL this season so far.
Compared to other non-actors/comedians/musicians who've hosted the show, Kim Kardashian West was pretty darn good on SNL this weekend.
Nothing has changed, but everything is changing in the season premiere of SNL.
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