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Appeared as Stewart in the sketch, 'The Californians'. Appeared as Garth in the musical medley as part of the duo of 'Garth & Kat'.
Appeared in the 'Super Bass-O-Matic' sketch. Appeared in musical medley as one of the 'Blues Brothers'. (Elwood Blues)
3rd person to appear in opening monologue. Portrayed Tony Bennett in 'Celebrity Jeopardy' sketch.
Appeared as Rosie the Latina Maid in the sketch, 'The Californians'.
Appeared in musical medley as one of the 'Blues Brothers'. ('Joliet Jake' Blues)
Introduced the second musical act. (Female)
Introduced the second musical act. (Male)
Portrayed Matthew McConaughey in 'Celebrity Jeopardy' sketch.
Appeared in musical medley as Derek Stevens. Appeared in 'Wayne's World' sketch as Garth Algar.
Appeared on stage after 'Weekend Update' host tribute and re-enacted the 'News for Hard of Hearing'.
Appeared on stage to introduce a compilation of SNL's short films.
Appeared during the 'Questions from the audience' segment and asked 'Why aren't there more black women?'
Appeared as Craig the Pool Boy in the sketch, 'The Californians'.
8th person to appear in opening monologue. Asked the host, 'It's Steve, right?'.
Appeared as third anchor of 'Weekend Update' sketch.
7th person to appear in the opening monologue. Second musical act performing '50 Ways to Leave Your Lover'.
Appeared during the 'Questions from the audience' segment and asked 'Was I really a writer on Saturday Night Live?'.
Appeared on stage and spoke about the 'Spirt of New York'.
Appeared during the 'Questions from the audience' segment and asked 'Why was I only asked to host the show once?'.
Appeared during the opening sequence as Debbie Downer.
Appeared during the opening sequence and performed a musical 'rap' highlighting shows best sketches and key moments. (Former Cast Member)
Appeared as Alex Trebek in the 'Celebrity Jeopardy' sketch. Appeared as Marty Culp in 'The Culps' sketch.
Appeared as first anchor of 'Weekend Update' sketch.
Appeared as Greg Stink in the 'ESPN Classic' sketch.
Appeared during the 'Questions from the audience' segment and asked 'Did you get my e-mail?'.
Appeared on stage and introduced the digital short 'That's when you break'.
Appeared as Bobbi Mohan-Culp in the sketch 'The Culps'.
Appeared during the 'Questions from the audience' segment and asked (exclaimed) 'Pathetic? What is that supposed to mean?'.
Appeared as Devon in the sketch, 'The Californians'. Appeared as Stefon in the 'Weekend Update' sketch. Appeared as himself during the digital short 'That's when you break'.
Announcer for the show. Appeared as Sean Connery in the 'Celebrity Jeopardy' sketch.
2nd person to appear in the opening monologue. Asked the host, 'What about actors?'.
Appeared on stage to introduce a sports montage. (Retired baseball player)
Appeared during the 'Questions from the audience' segment and asked, 'I'm going to be hosting the show on Feb. 28. Can you tell me what it is like?'.
Appeared as Christoph Waltz in the 'Celebrity Jeopardy' sketch.
Appeared during the opening monologue and the 'In Memoriam' segment as being (jokingly) deceased.
Appearead as Burt Reynolds in the 'Celebrity Jeopardy' sketch. Appeared on stage to pay tribute to past 'Weekend Update' anchors.
6th person to appear in opening monologue. Appeared on stage to introduce a sports montage. (Football player)
1st person to appear in the opening monologue (host). Appeared during a musical medley as King Tut.
4th person to appear in opening monologue. Appeared as Matt Foley during the 'Weekend Update' sketch.
Appeared in opening monologue and performed a brief duet of 'I've just seen a face'. First musical act performing 'Maybe I'm Amazed'.
Appeared as Justin Bieber in the 'Celebrity Jeopardy' sketch.
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Appeared during the 'Questions from the audience' segment and asked, 'Rolling Stone made a list of the cast from best to worst. Is it OK if i read the list right now?'.
Performed during the fourth musical act on the song 'Wolves'.
Appeared as Stefon's 'husband' during the 'Weekend Update' sketch. Appeared on stage to pay tribute to past 'Weekend Update' anchors.
Appeared as the interpreter during the re-enactment of the 'News for Hard of Hearing'.
Appeared on stage to a standing ovation as a tribute to his time on the show.
Appeared as Nick the Lounge Singer during a musical medley. Appeared on stage and introduced the 'In Memoriam' segment to pay tribute to deceased cast and crew members.
Appeared as Wayne Campbell in the 'Wayne's World' sketch.
Appeared on stage to pay tribute to past 'Weekend Update' anchors.
Appeared as Karina's mother in the sketch, 'The Californians'.
Appeared on stage and introduced a filmed retrospective on political humor.
Appeared as Stefon during the 'Weekend Update' sketch.
Appeared during the 'Questions from the audience' segment and asked, 'What are we doing as a tribute to writers of SNL?'.
Appeared during the 'Questions from the audience' segment and asked, 'How much do you think Lorne Michaels would pay me to run for president in 2016?'.
Played the drums during the digital short 'That's when you break'.
Appeared as Frank Sinatra during the musical medley.
Appeared as second anchor of 'Weekend Update' sketch.
Appeared on stage to pay tribute to past 'Weekend Update' anchors.
Appeared on stage and introduced the first musical act.
5th person to appear in opening monologue. Appeared on stage to pay tribute and introduce another former cast member.
Appeared as Beyonce during the musical medley.
Appeared as a member of the duo performing in the digital short 'That's when you break'.
Appeared as Opera Man in the musical medley. Appeared as a member of the duo performing in the digital short 'That's when you break'.
Appeared on stage and fielded questions from the audience during the 'Questions from the audience' segment.
Played the theme from 'Jaws' on the keyboard during the musical medley.
Appeared during the opening sequence as Mary Katherine Gallagher.
Appeared on stage and introduced the musical medley.
Performed during the fourth musical act on the song 'Wolves'.
Appeared in opening monologue and performed a brief duet of 'I've just seen a face'. Fourth musical act performing 'Still Crazy After All These Years'.
Appeared as a rude flight attendant for 'Total Bastards Airlines' at the end of 'The Californians' sketch.
Appeared as Roseanne Roseannadanna during the 'Weekend Update' sketch.
Appeared as a rude flight attendant for 'Total Bastards Airlines' at the end of 'The Californians' sketch.
Appeared as Pete Twinkle in the 'ESPN Classic' sketch.
Appeared as Cousin Alison in the sketch, 'The Californians'.
Appeared as Bill Cosby in a Video Daily Double for the 'Celebrity Jeopardy' sketch. Appeared in the sketch, 'The Californians'. Appeared as DeAndre Cole in the musical medley.
Appeared during the opening sequence and performed a musical 'rap' highlighting shows best sketches and key moments. (Former Host and Musical Act)
Appeared on stage and introduced the third musical act.
Appeared as the doctor in the sketch, 'The Californians'.
Third musical act performing 'Jesus Walks', 'Only One', and 'Wolves'.
Appeared as Aunt Lana in the sketch, 'The Californians'.
Appeared on stage and introduced the fourth musical act.
Appeared as Karina in the sketch, 'The Californians'. Appeared as Kat in the musical medley as part of the duo of 'Garth & Kat'.

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