NBC has released clips from this weekend’s Saturday Night Live episode, which featured John Mulaney returning as host for the second time. The show kicked off with the Michael Cohen Cold Open, in which the Congressional Oversight Committee (Kenan Thompson, Bill Hader, Kyle Mooney, Kate McKinnon, Alex Moffat) questions President Trump’s former personal lawyer Michael Cohen (Ben Stiller) about his former boss.
Below, you’ll also find John Mulaney’s stand-up monologue, in which he talks about his wife seeing Woody Allen while pushing their dog in a stroller, subway announcements, and emergency siren sounds. You’ll also find more skits, the full Weekend Update, and the two performances by Thomas Rhett, who premiered new music from his upcoming fourth studio album.
As was previously announced, Golden Globe and SAG Award winner and multi-Emmy Award nominee Idris Elba will make his “SNL” hosting debut on March 9. Elba co-created and stars in the new comedy series Turn Up Charlie, premiering March 15 on Netflix.
Grammy Award-nominated and multi-platinum artist Khalid will perform on “SNL” for the first time as musical guest. Khalid’s highly-anticipated sophomore album will be released in April.
Saturday Night Live is produced in association with Broadway Video. The creator and executive producer is Lorne Michaels.