Bruce Willis returned to Studio 8H this weekend to host Saturday Night Live for the first time since 1989. "If you had told me back then there were going to be six Die Hards, I would have said, 'That seems a little too many,'" he quipped during his opening monologue. (Later, cast member Bobby Moynihan joked that he and Willis previously worked together in Look Who's Talking, when he played the baby.)
So, how did Willis do as host? Check out some of the best sketches below.
It's a frequent concern for shows that feature a couple with will-they-won't-they tension: Once a dynamic duo acts on their feelings, does the show lose that spark?
New Girl will face that question head-on when the show returns for its third season on Tuesday (9/8c, Fox) with Nick (Jake Johnson) and Jess (Zooey Deschanel) now in a relationship. The premiere picks up right where the finale left off, with Nick and Jess deciding to go "All In" — the title of the season opener.
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In Moonlighting, the '80s series took a turn for the worse when private eyes David (Bruce Willis) and Maddie (Cybill Shepherd) gave in to their undeniable attraction but ruined their tried-and-true bantering chemistry in the process. Thus was born the infamous Moonlighting curse in which a show risks doom should it cave to the fans' desires for a particular coupling. New Girl dared to break that curse...
Tina Fey is returning to Studio 8H.
The 30 Rock alum will be back on Saturday Night Live to host the 39th season premiere on Sept. 28, NBC announced Monday. The musical guest will be Arcade Fire.
Sylvester Stallone is not shying away from expressing how he really feels about Bruce Willis.
After Willis dropped out of Expendables 3, Stallone took to twitter, writing, "WILLIS OUT... HARRISON FORD IN !!!! GREAT NEWS !!!!! Been waiting years for this!!!!"
Apparently Bruce Willis isn't a huge fan of promoting his work.
Willis and his Red 2 co-star Mary-Louise Parker recently sat down with London's Magic 105.4 to be interviewed about the action sequel, and to say the conversation was awkward would be an understatement.