Fred Armisen helps close out this season of SNL with a bang, even if it’s not entirely our sort of bang.
Drake does just okay in his second time as SNL host/musical guest.
Brie Larson brings a fun energy and a willingness to go goofy to the Mother’s Day edition of SNL.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus absolutely nails her third time hosting Saturday Night Live.
For an SNL hosted by Russell Crowe, the show felt…light…on his actual appearance. Margo Price is the musical guest.
Ariana Grande proves she has the talent to be SNL’s host and musical guest, even if she’s stretched thin at times.
The best parts of Jonah Hill’s latest SNL hosting stint are the parts where he appears the least.
Melissa McCarthy’s Fourth and One-Sixteenth time hosting SNL is solid, if not fantastic.
Larry David knocks it out of the park in one of the season’s best SNL episodes.
Tina Fey & Amy Poehler send out SNL for 2015 with a bang with the help of Bruce Springsteen.