TV rewind: Last night brought J.K Simmons to Saturday Night Live as host, and D’Angelo as musical guest!
Bonus video! SNL’s 40th Anniversary special:
Check out all the highlights below, including Simmons’ Whiplash-inspired monologue with a cameo by Fred Armisen, a commercial for the Totino’s Super Bowl Activity Pack for Women, a lost alternate ending to Casablanca, a 100% accurate Jay-Z biopic starring Mike O’Brien as Jay-Z and Jason Sudeikis as Kanye West, and more.
Also, make sure to catch D’Angelo’s performances of “Really Love” and “The Charade” below.
Enjoy your Sunday, and get ready for the Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special on February 15!
Super Bowl Shut Down Cold Open
Seattle Seahawks players Richard Sherman (Jay Pharoah) and Marshawn Lynch (Kenan Thompson) discuss Deflate Gate and interview Coach Pete Carroll (Taran Killam).
J.K. Simmons Monologue Featuring Fred Armisen
Host J.K. Simmons tries to perform a song about the snowpocalypse but has a hard time finding a cast member who can play the drums up to his standards.
Totino’s Super Bowl Commercial
Totino’s offers something for everyone this Super Bowl Sunday: pizza rolls for the guys and the Super Bowl Activity Pack for Women.
Miss Trash 2015
Contestants from Delaware (Aidy Bryant), California (Cecily Strong), New York (Kate McKinnon) and Vermont (Vanessa Bayer) compete for the tile of Miss Trash 2015.
In an alternate ending of Casablanca, Ilsa (Kate McKinnon) isn’t so conflicted about leaving Rick (J.K. Simmons).
Teacher Snow Day
If you thought teachers spend snow days at home grading papers, you thought wrong.
D’Angelo: Really Love
Musical guest D’Angelo performs “Really Love” on Saturday Night Live.
Weekend Update 1-31-15, Part 1 of 2
Weekend Update anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che tackle the week’s biggest news, including Mitt Romney deciding not to run in 2016 and President Obama’s defense of our alliance with Saudi Arabia. One Dimensional Female Character From A Male-Driven Comedy (Cecily Strong) stops by.
Weekend Update 1-31-15, Part 2 of 2
Weekend Update anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che tackle the week’s biggest news, including Disney’s first Latina princess and a cat crawling out of its grave. Michael Che discusses Black History Month stamps and Jebidiah Atkinson (Taran Killam) stops by.
Weekend Update: One Dimensional Female Character on the Super Bowl
Colin Jost tries to get Heather’s (Cecily Strong) take on the Super Bowl but instead finds out he’s the father of her baby.
Weekend Update: Michael Che on Black History Month Stamps
Michael Che shares who he’d like to see recognized with a Black History Month stamp, including PJ Morton of Maroon 5 and Maury Povich.
Weekend Update: Jebidiah Atkinson Reviews the 2015 Grammy Nominees
Jebidiah Atkinson (Taran Killam) shares his distaste for Meghan Trainor, Iggy Azalea, U2 and more.
Pushie the pushpin (Bobby Moynihan) can get irritating but getting rid of him requires extreme measures.
The Jay Z Story
Starring Mike O’Brien as Jay Z, Jason Sudeikis as Kanye West and J.K. Simmons as Nas.
Jake’s father (J.K. Simmons) reveals his unconventional job during Career Day at school: being a Japanese messy boy.