Last night was head writer Seth Meyers' last episode of Saturday Night Live before he takes Jimmy Fallon's spot on Late Night (and before Jay Leno has both of them killed). During "Weekend Update," Amy Poehler and classic Meyers-era "Update" character Stefon swung by along with Andy Samberg see Meyers off.
Andy Samberg, goofball extraordinaire and winsome crooner, is playing a cop in a new Fox show out this fall called Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Do not fear—he will not attempt to play the grizzled, tough talking, late-hours-keeping cop of your normal television drama. It's a comedy! Samberg plays a police officer steeped in lackadaisical attitudes and a particularly hip/ironic dress code (leather jacket, "secret tie"). With a propensity to goof and a priority for dressing in his own styles, Samberg seems to be channeling the infamously dapper Hipster Cop.
Last night's Saturday Night Live featured the 100th digital short so we were treated a short about the shorts that featured a bunch of call backs and cameos. Justin Timberlake, Natalie Portman, Jon Hamm and Michael Bolton were on hand to reprise previous roles and Justin Bieber host Will Ferrell joined in as well.
Andy Samberg opened Facebook's F8 conference today, and thanks to YouTube you can now watch the Saturday Night Live cast member's slightly cutting impersonation of CEO Mark Zuckerberg. If Zuck pays a comedian to remind you he's awkward with girls, chloroforms competitors, and pushes users into fake friendships, will you maybe forgive him for getting rich off your private information? Please?
For its season finale, Saturday Night Live brought out two big guns: Justin Timberlake as host and Lady Gaga as musical guest. Here's the episode's soon-to-be infamous Digital Short, featuring Timberlake and Sandberg reprising their "Dick in a Box"/"Motherlover" character roles in a new song about a ménage à trois with Gaga called "3-Way (The Golden Rule)." After all, "It's not gay when it's in a three way—with a honey in the middle there's some leeway."
During host Jesse Eisenberg's monologue on tonight's Saturday Night Live, the Social Network star was surprised on stage by Andy Samberg-as-Mark Zuckerberg. But that wasn't all—shortly thereafter, the *real* Mark Zuckerberg showed up... and it was incredibly awkward!
After an all night tequila bender Andy and Pee-wee are confronted by their celebrity friends to get help for their abuse of alcohol. However things don't exactly turned out as planned. Find out what happens inside.