Sendoffs for Seth Meyers, Bill Hader, and Fred Armisen. A wedding for Stefon. Cameos by Amy Poehler and Jennifer Garner.
Target Lady, Garth and Kat, the mutant Finger Lakes sister, cameos by Maya Rudolph and Jonah Hill, and Music by Vampire Weekend.
Zach Galifianakis brought his off-kilter sense of humor to this week's episode to strong effect. Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Jon Hamm, and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau made cameos.
Gun control, Margaret Thatcher, "Accidental Racist," and a cameo by Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones.
Melissa McCarthy showcased her trademark physical comedy skills. Peter Dinklage and Dennis Rodman made cameos.
The show pulled out all the stops this week to redeem itself from its recent slump, with a slew of cameos by SNL greats.
The Village People tackle sequestration, Quvenzhané Wallis as Pope, Seth Meyers and Kevin Hart challenge the Supreme Court...
A likeable Waltz anchored the strongest show of the year so far, with sketches on Carnival Triumph, the meteor, the pope's retirement, and Marco Rubio's water lunge.
True to form, Bieber swaggered and preened, but did make fun of himself, and issued a (sort-of) apology for being caught with marijuana.
Cameos by Jerry Seinfeld and Cameron Diaz, Andy Samberg returns, Adam Levine doffs his shirt and challenges Train to a dance-fight...
Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen, Jason Sudeikis as an obnoxious Lance Armstrong, Kate McKinnon as a coy Jodie Foster...
From the moving cold open to Paul McCartney's closing holiday song, SNL pulled itself out of its recent slump with the best episode in a while.
Charlie Day and 2 Chainz drop by; Alex Cross meets Madea; and black is the new white.
Tales from our archives about the boyhood, depression, and election of the president portrayed in Steven Spielberg's hit.
Chris Christie drops by; Seth Meyers on the Petraeus Scandal's winners and losers; the Avengers do battle in New York; and more...
Mitt drowns his sorrows; Anne Hathaway as Homeland's Claire Danes; and Taran Killam does "the Sloppy Swish"...
Louis C.K. shines as himself--and as Abraham Lincoln; Mitt makes his case, and more...
Mitt Romney and President Obama get heated, Brad Pitt gets weird, Tom Hanks drops by, and Bruno Mars shows off his musical prowess and comedic talents.