Something very important happened between the time when Jonah Hill first hosted ‘Saturday Night Live‘ in 2008 and when he did for the second time last night — the 28-year-old was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his role in ‘Moneyball.’ Although he ultimately lost to Christopher Plummer, apparently the nomination had gone to Hill’s head just a little bit.
It’s 1982 on ‘Saturday Night Live‘ and Liza Minnelli (played by Kristen Wiig) and her fella Jonah Hill have tickets to see the Broadway musical ‘Cats.’ But before they can leave their swanky apartment they need to turn off some of the lamps.
This weekend we were only expecting to see Lindsay Lohan on ‘Saturday Night Live’ but were pleasantly surprised when stylish stud Jon Hamm made a guest appearance. Even though Jimmy Fallon was only half kidding when he said the ‘Mad Men’ star was there as a backup host, we were secretly hoping he’d take over.
For its most recent digital short, ‘Saturday Night Live’ decided to go back to the 70s. While it was a glorious time when all races and sexes were prone to wearing afros, Andy Samberg and Kristen Wiig ended up using it to create one of the most creepy save the date wedding invites ever.
Although it was huge for Lindsay Lohan to host ‘Saturday Night Live,’ the real news of the weekend was Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi (played by Bobby Moynihan). She came on the set of the Weekend Update to clear the air about these pregnancy rumors. Although she refused to definitively say yes or no, there were some pretty telling signs that she might be.
In one corner, we have Karmin, the musical duo that performed ‘Brokenhearted’ for the ‘Saturday Night Live‘ crowd this weekend. Amy Heidemann and Nick Noonan got their start by becoming YouTube sensations, much like Lana Del Rey. Speaking of…
Whitney Houston‘s death came as a huge shock to everyone, including the folks at ‘Saturday Night Live.’ With such little time after the announcement on Saturday to pay tribute to the legendary artist, NBC was still able to set a side a moment of silence to remember Houston and all her contributions.
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