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The night on “SNL” began, as it usually does, with a cold-open sketch. This one dealt with the current IRS scandal.
After that, Ben Affleck took the stage as the night’s host. He mostly focused on being an uncelebrated member of the five-time club before dealing with his Oscar acceptance speech and its impact on wife, Jennifer Garner.
The first of the night’s main sketches was the Iranian version of Affleck’s film, “Argo.”
The “Gigli” reference is still far funnier than it ought to be.
After this, we got a fake commercial for “New Xanax,” designed for straight people to not feel inferior at gay weddings.
The Depression-style movie was most notable for Affleck’s rather impressive Jimmy Stewart impression.
Kanye West performed next, debuting his single, “Black Skinhead.”
“Weekend Update” was such a big deal in this episode of “SNL,” there are two separate videos to relive. First, we have the “Really?! IRS” bit.
And then the farewell of Stefon (Bill Hader).
Ben Affleck resumed his guest-starring duties in the funeral sketch that followed.
After that, he was a cowboy (Girth Brooks) in a Hermes porn-star ad.
Kanye’s second new single of the night, “New Slaves,” came near the end of the show.
The final sketch of the night was also musical in nature.
Did you have a favorite out of those? How did the “SNL” finale rate for you?