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Justin Timberlake closed out Season 36 of Saturday Night Live, reprising two memorable sketches — co-hosting "The Barry Gibb Talk Show" with SNL alum Jimmy Fallon and re-teaming with Andy Samberg for a third digital short in their '90s R&B group alter egos from "D--- in a Box" and "Motherlover."

Musical guest Lady Gaga also got to have some fun in "3-Way (The Golden Rule)," which saw Timberlake — who was serving as the show's host for the fourth time — and Samberg singing about how it's not gay if it's a three-way, "with a honey in the middle, there's some leeway." The clip also featured cameos from the duo's "Motherlover" co-stars, Susan Sarandon and Patricia Clarkson:

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With Lady Gaga onboard, Timberlake reveled in the fact that he would not have to sing (or dance, or take a sexy breath, or do that thing where his voice goes high). He celebrated by — yes — singing a song during his monologue:

Timberlake and Lady Gaga both parodied themselves in the celebrity edition of the game show "What's That Name?" While Gaga knew the name of Princess Bride co-stars and her fans, Timberlake couldn't muster up the name of a fan he had slept with two weeks earlier and even that of former 'N Sync band mate Chris Kirkpatrick (yet he did remember the name of Paula Abdul's animated duet partner from "Opposites Attract" — MC Skat Kat):

Timberlake played the Robyn to Fallon's Barry Gibb as the two pulled out their signature white suits, fake chest hair and crazy cool medallions to talk about "really important issues":

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