For her third time hosting Saturday Night Live, Anne Hathaway not only showed off her killer pipes, but also her infamous knack for impressions. In her opening monologue, the Oscar nominee sang her heart out on a spoof of one of the classic songs from her upcoming film, Les Miserables, "One More Day." However, it wasn't her impressive voice that caught our eye, but her blink-and-you-missed-it Stefon impression:
Although Hathaway's slightly scathing impersonation of Katie Holmes was not posted online, her noteworthy send-off of Homeland's Carrie Mathison was. Hathaway nailed not only her jazz freak-outs, but also her love of corkboards. And we're glad someone finally said something about Brody's small mouth!:
Finally, SNL capped off another election season with a cold opening focused on Mitt Romney's post-loss pity party. How does someone like Mitt Romney drown his sorrows? Kissing his wife on the lips, throwing Karl Rove off of a balcony, and lots and lots of milk:
But do you know who is more depressed about the outcome of the election than Romney? Drunk Uncle, who waxed nostalgic about the days when if you wanted a House of Representatives, you built it yourself:
What was your favorite sketch?