Nothing will ever change. And Lorne Michaels would be stupid to do so.
For his fifth SNL hosting gig.
Welcome to the fold, Justin Timberlake.
Oh no! He forgot his suit and tie.
He's rarely missed an episode in the show's 38 years.
And flubs a couple punchlines.
He's also doing a week on Fallon.
Sketch comedy's not his thing, but he is up for an Oscar.
But not in a creepy way.
A show that felt way better than it actually was.
Puppies and sex.
To salvage what was otherwise a rusty, unfocused episode.
Yep, this one is going to be great.
"Gay gorilla makes up his own beats."
Kendrick Lamar will be the musical guest.
Plus: Tom Cruise got super-soaked in "Water War," and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
One of the more unexpectedly great episodes of the season.
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.