SNL Paris Opening
We stand with you, Paris.
Elizabeth Banks Monologue
Having caught the directing bug, host Elizabeth Banks directs her own monologue.
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Black Jeopardy with Elizabeth Banks
Darnell Hayes (Kenan Thompson) hosts Black Jeopardy, with contestants Amir (Jay Pharoah), Keeley (Sasheer Zamata) and Allison (Elizabeth Banks).
First Got Horny 2 U
Infinity + 5 (Elizabeth Banks, Cecily Strong, Vanessa Bayer, Aidy Bryant, Kate McKinnon) performs “First Got Horny 2 U.”
High School Theatre Show with Elizabeth Banks
Six students (Elizabeth Banks, Taran Killam, Aidy Bryant, Kyle Mooney, Kate McKinnon, Beck Bennett) put on an avant-garde theatre show that takes aim at SeaWorld.
Musical guest Disclosure performs “Magnets” with Lorde on Saturday Night Live.
Weekend Update 11-14-15, Part 1 of 2
Weekend Update anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che tackle the week’s biggest news, including Starbucks’ new cups and Jeb Bush saying he’d kill baby Hitler. Pete Davidson stops by to discuss transgender rights.
Weekend Update 11-14-15, Part 2 of 2
Weekend Update anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che tackle the week’s biggest news, including the new emoji keyboard and caffeinated peanut butter. Standup comic Bruce Chandling (Kyle Mooney) chats with Michael Che about women and Olya Povlatsky (Kate McKinnon) stops by to discuss the Russian track team scandal.
Weekend Update: Olya Povlatsky on Russia’s Track Team
Olya Povlatsky (Kate McKinnon) discusses the doping scandal surrounding Russia’s track and field team.
Young Ben Carson
A young Ben Carson (Jay Pharoah) meets Black Jesus (Kenan Thompson) after trying to attack his mom (Leslie Jones) with a hammer.
Arnold (Bobby Moynihan) has second thoughts about his walk-on role on The Bureau when he finds out he’s playing a pervert.
Musical guest Disclosure performs “Omen” with Sam Smith on Saturday Night Live.
Uber for Jen
Jen’s (Elizabeth Banks) Uber ride takes a strange turn when her driver (Mike O’Brien) refuses to follow directions.
Four women (Elizabeth Banks, Cecily Strong, Vanessa Bayer, Sasheer Zamata) share which aspects of their lives are “so ghetto.”