All from Chicago.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt will be back, too.
That leaves Taran Killam and Bill Hader as the top contenders.
Farewell, "Zooey Deschanel Show."
"I'm way better at ramping into 90 minutes once a week late on a Saturday."
"I don't want my pro years to be my SNL years."
The SNL sketch we'll never get to see.
We'll miss you, Kristen!
Chug! Chug! Chug!
He was 59.
She didn't leave simply to focus on her movie career.
"Here's my impression of a stick."
Funny people drinking!
He's confirmed it.
And he says Samberg and Sudeikis aren't going anywhere.
After fronting the Rolling Stones for 50-some-odd years, he knows what he's doing.
Let's wildly speculate one last time before SNL takes the summer off.
For an SNL alum episode, this one was strangely dull.
Ferrell poses a challenge in that it's tough to guess which of his dozens of returning characters he'll revive.
To lend support to Mick Jagger.
A choreographer stepped in to perform on her behalf.
Otherwise he's a little stiff.
We're digging this whole Rihanna-Samberg thing.
Athletes are typically terrible hosts. But can Eli prove as strong a performer as Peyton?