Hillary Clinton Addresses Her Losing Streak Cold Open
Hillary Clinton (Kate McKinnon) puts her recent string of losses behind her and turns her attention to New York.
Russell Crowe Monologue
Host Russell Crowe looks back at his many comedic performances in film.
Preparation H Ad
Hemorrhoids fade, but friends are forever.
Politics Nation: Voter I.D. Disaster
Al Sharpton (Kenan Thompson) and statistical analyst Charles Richards (Al Sharpton) rate the presidential candidates’ popularity with black voters.
Interactive Museum Exhibit
A hologram of King Henry VIII (Russell Crowe) gets inappropriate with female visitors (Vanessa Bayer, Cecily Strong, Aidy Bryant).
One bachelor’s (Russell Crowe) argument for why Lisa (Cecily Strong) should pick him is decidedly more sexual than the other bachelors’ (Beck Bennett, Pete Davidson).
Margo Price: Hurtin’ (On The Bottle)
Musical guest Margo Price performs “Hurtin’ (On The Bottle)” on Saturday Night Live.
Weekend Update 4-9-16, Part 1 of 2
Colin Jost and Michael Che tackle the week’s news, including Bernie Sanders’ Wyoming caucus win and 70% of women having an unfavorable view of Donald Trump. Deenie (Kate McKinnon) stops by to discuss The People v. O.J. Simpson.
Weekend Update 4-9-16, Part 2 of 2
Colin Jost and Michael Che tackle the week’s news, including Nebraska’s canceled license plate redesign and a 13-year-old girl in New York stabbing someone for calling her ugly. Bruce Chandling (Kyle Mooney) stops by to talk sports.
100 Days in the Jungle
The remaining contestants (Taran Killam, Cecily Strong, Pete Davidson) are visited by family members – and an uncle’s friend (Russell Crowe) – to help them through the rest of the competition.
Two new hires (Kyle Mooney, Beck Bennett) can’t contain their excitement when they begin working at Pogie Pepperoni’s.
Margo Price: Since You Put Me Down
Musical guest Margo Price performs “Since You Put Me Down” on Saturday Night Live.
Shanice Goodwin (Leslie Jones) uses her ninja training to rescue a kidnapped woman (Vanessa Bayer) from the Russian mob (Russell Crowe, Kenan Thompson, Taran Killam, Jon Rudnitsky).
Mike O’Brien brings Oprah Winfrey’s story to life in Oprah Winfrey: A Life of Love.
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