George W. Bush Cold Open
President George W. Bush (Will Ferrell) announces he’s entering the presidential race and assesses the current crop of GOP candidates.
Chris Hemsworth Returns Monologue
Chris Hemsworth gets a little too comfortable with the cast during his second hosting appearance.
Star Wars Toy Commercial
Star Wars: The Force Awakens toys are great for everyone ages 6 and up – way up.
On the Record
Greta Van Susteren (Kate McKinnon) asks Sen. Ted Cruz (Taran Killam), Gov. Chris Christie (Bobby Moynihan) and Dr. Ben Carson (Jay Pharoah) to weigh in on Donald Trump’s proposed ban on Muslims.
Time To Bleed
Sgt. Polaski (Chris Hemsworth) doesn’t have time to bleed, or see a doctor.
Brother 2 Brother: Wrestling Match
Marky (Taran Killam) tries to take Matty’s (Chris Hemsworth) place at the big wrestling meet, but everyone immediately tells them apart.
A couple (Chris Hemsworth, Cecily Strong) forces their friends (Sasheer Zamata, Kenan Thompson, Kate McKinnon, Taran Killam) to sing along to “Debra’s Time.”
Chance The Rapper: Paradise
Musical guest Chance The Rapper performs “Paradise” on Saturday Night Live.
Weekend Update: 12-12-15, Part 1 of 2
Colin Jost and Michael Che tackle the news, including Donald Trump’s Muslim immigrant ban and Kendrick Lamar’s Grammy nominations. German chancellor Angela Merkel (Kate McKinnon) responds to being named TIME’s Person of the Year.
Weekend Update: 12-12-15, Part 2 of 2
Weekend Update anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che tackle the week’s biggest news, including Pringles scented candles and Facebook’s declining popularity with teens. Leslie Jones stops by to discuss her favorite show Breaking Bad.
Four friends (Aidy Bryant, Kate McKinnon, Vanessa Bayer, Cecily Strong) suspect their friend Claire might actually be Chris Hemsworth.
Three fearsome pirates (Chris Hemsworth, Taran Killam, Kenan Thompson) employ Mark (Jon Rudnitsky) to keep things light.
Chance The Rapper: Sunday Candy
Musical guest Chance The Rapper performs “Sunday Candy” on Saturday Night Live.
Hunk Junktion’s new hires (Jay Pharoah, Taran Killam, Beck Bennett, Chris Hemsworth) put on a different kind of show.
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