Seth Meyers is taking over the Late Night desk on Feb. 24 and he's enlisted a star-studded welcome wagon.
This will be music to SNL fans' ears — literally.
Fred Armisen will re-team with his former castmate Seth Meyers as the leader of the Late Night band, Meyers announced Monday on Twitter.
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Jimmy Fallon might have signed off Late Night Friday, but before you break out the tissues, don't forget he'll be back on TV in a week. Nevertheless, his final episode was a fun, sentimental affair.
"I can't believe it. This is it! It's our last episode of Late Night," Fallon's final opening monologue began. "You know, I'm really going to miss being on TV at 12:37. I'll especially miss the battle for late-night ratings with my fierce rivals — Craig Ferguson and a veggie chopper infomercial."
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That veggie chopper will continue to face stiff competition starting Feb. 24, when Seth Meyers takes over Late Night (Fallon begins The Tonight Show on Feb. 17).
Seth Meyers doesn't make his Late Night debut until Feb. 24, but the recent Saturday Night Live graduate is keeping busy.
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It was Melissa McCarthy's third time hosting SNL, but the focus of the night wasn't on the comedian's welcome return. Saturday also markedSeth Meyers' last episode after more than a decade on the series.
While the episode featured some real duds (we're looking at you, "Art Exhibit"), Meyers' goodbye and McCarthy's delightful absurdity made it an episode worth watching. Check out the best sketches below.