“Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane brought the funny to “Saturday Night Live” last night.
NBC’s comedy show returned from its summer hiatus with new cast members and MacFarlane as host.
“It is so great to be here hosting Saturday Night Live,” Seth said in his opening monologue. “I have loved this show since I was a kid, and I promised myself there was one thing I would do if I ever got to host…please go out with me Farrah Fawcett…I guess I made that promise a while ago.”
MacFarlane performed a variety of voices from Family Guy and even showed off his vocal talent to viewers.
The new faces of SNL, Aidy Bryant, Tim Robinson and Cecily Strong, made only a few appearances in the skits.
But, MacFarlane was an awesome host and played a stuttering drill sergeant and a goofy Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte in the skits.
Seth Macfarlane’s Monologue on SNL:
Seth as Ryan Lochte:
In the skit “Lids,” Bobby Moynihan did a spot-on impersonation of “Gangnam Style” artist Psy, which ended with the real Psy coming in at the end to perform.
Bill Hader returned with his Clint Eastwood impression as he did a skit with “the chair”.
In the skit, Hader danced and sang with the chair and even performed with invisible Jon Voight.
Frank Ocean was the musical performer for the evening, singing “Thinking About You” and “Pyramids” with John Mayer making a cameo to play a guitar solo.
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