04:34 — A bartender (Kenan Thompson) pays witness to the sad hookup between Sheila Sovage (Kate McKinnon) and Ace Chuggins (Larry David).
03:20 — A caterer's (Jonah Hill) over-excitement about his clients (Taran Killam, Kenan Thompson) enjoying his food ruins the atmosphere.
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04:53 — Musical guest Margo Price performs "Since You Put Me Down" on Saturday Night Live.
02:55 — Host Russell Crowe looks back at his many comedic performances in film.
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03:43 — A group of doomed astronauts (Fred Armisen, Taran Killam, Cecily Strong, Beck Bennett) must pick one person to escape in the last pod.
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03:22 — One attendee (Melissa McCarthy) at a horror movie test screening is more embarrassed by her reactions than the others (Aidy Bryant, Leslie Jones).
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