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Elon Musk shows humility and hubris as ‘SNL’ host

Elon Musk showed a combination of humility and hubris as he opened his highly anticipated hosting gig on “Saturday Night Live.” The 49-year-old is Tesla CEO, SpaceX founder and one of the world’s richest men.

A dozen classic skits from “Saturday Night Live”

A week during the closing stages of a presidential election cycle just isn’t complete until we see what the wiseacres at NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” have to say. Even in its 46th season, “SNL” provides some of the most biting political satire you’ll find anywhere. Today is the 30th anniversary of a non-political skit – an audition for Chippendales dancers in which ... something ... doesn’t seem quite right. In honor of that, here are a dozen great moments from the history of “SNL.”

‘SNL’ is back with Jim Carrey as Joe Biden, Chris Rock as host

Political debates are like catnip to “Saturday Night Live,” which will return this weekend – just in time for Jim Carrey to spoof Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s performance in Tuesday night’s debate. That’ll be Jim Carrey from Studio 8H, not Jim Carrey from wherever it is he normally lives.

The 10 most wonderfully weird ‘SNL’ sketches from 2018, ranked

“Saturday Night Live” gets attention for its political humor, but seasoned viewers know that the best sketches often veer toward the bizarre – humor so outrageous it makes even the most steadfast cast members (looking at you, Cecily Strong) break character. These are our favorite weird sketches from the past year, ranked from good to great.