Kristen Wiig was on the other side of the SNL fence last Saturday, hosting for the first time since leaving the show last season. She came back in style, bringing with her some of our favorite characters from her days as a cast member. The Californians, Target Lady, Garth and Kat and Lawrence Welk all came back to say hello, and with them the nostalgia that made Wiig a household name. She also came at us with a couple new characters that will have you on the floor, rolling in true Kristen Wiig form. Hands down, the best skit of the night was about a new show on The Disney Channel “Aw Nuts! Mom’s a Ghost!” is about a family with a dark past, but now with more spirit than ever. Wiig’s performance was a lot to live up to and the skits were funny, but sub-par given Kristen’s history and on screen amity with the current cast. The skits below we’re the funniest of the show, but we expect more from a cast member who’s jersey is already up in the rafters after a year of departure.
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Word’s out that Kristen Wiig and Seth Rogen filmed a little somethin’ for the upcoming season of Arrested Development, premiering on Netflix in May. But who will the Bridesmaids star be playing? Stop reading now if you don’t want to be spoiled, but it’s a good one …
Comedy’s A list actors got together for a little vintage-inspired shoot by Mark Seliger in Judd Apatow’s comedy issue for Vanity Fair. A true comedic genius can make you laugh with a simple face gesture or skew of hand in a photo. Megan Fox looks like she’s having fun too, but she’s too hot to be funny.
Mick Jagger + Foo Fighters + Arcade Fire + Kristen Wiig’s Goodbye Made For An Incredible SNL Season FInale
This was the season finale for Saturday Night Live and they had an impressive lineup including Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger, Foo Fighters, and Arcade Fire. There are rumors that this was the last episode for Adam Samberg, Kristen Wiig and Jason Sudeikis. If Samberg is leaving that could also mean that Digital Shorts are also gone. Former SNL cast member Chris Parnell returned to the show to make “Lazy Sunday 2,” the sequel of one of the first ever Digital Shorts that originally aired in 2005.