Cecilia Gimenez, a presidential debate, and a late entry by Swarovski Crystals make the cut.
This week's episode felt a little familiar.
It's Short's third time hosting, McCartney's fourth as musical guest.
Plus: Joseph Gordon Levitt received texts from Abraham Lincoln, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Bobby Moynihan gets the last and best word on the New York Times pan.
This week's challenge: Make an unfunny actor funny.
Plus: Jimmy Kimmel revealed the true spawn of Twilight's Edward and Bella in a spoof trailer, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Anne Hathaway is merely endearing.
Louis C.K. provided some much-needed, genuinely comic relief.
Watch out, Katie Holmes.
It's the Louis C.K. episode.
Will the show be completely hilarious for at least one night?
Musician hosts have a tough job.
Her monologue might hold the honor for thinnest excuse for a musical number in the entire history of the show.
Time flies when you're ... getting old?
Sometimes dramatic actors don't make the best hosts.
Live from New York, it's 007!
And Kate McKinnon steals the show as Ann Romney.
"No one is recording this, correct?"
And he is still handsome.
It came away with six awards — twice as much as any other show.
And John Mayer showcases his funny faces during Frank Ocean's set.
And Taran Killam will play Paul Ryan.
Finally, Stewie does SNL! (For the record, we're being sarcastic.)