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Jon Hamm on 'Saturday Night Live': Clip Highlights (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Jan 31st 2010 11:20AM
Saturday Night Live, Jon Hamm, 2010A clean-shaven Jon Hamm hosted 'Saturday Night Live' this week, and the 'Mad Men' star brought the laughs during his second time hosting the show -- especially as a "crazy sexy" saxophonist named Sergio.

The 'SNL' crew also took the politicians to task with bits on Obama's State of the Union speech, Sen. Scott Brown's new gig, and Justice Sonia Sotomayor's visit to Weekend Update. All that, and some Michael Bublé tunes.

Watch the videos after the jump. Saturday Night Live, Jon Hamm, 2010A clean-shaven Jon Hamm hosted 'Saturday Night Live' this week, and the 'Mad Men' star brought the laughs during his second time hosting the show -- especially as a "crazy sexy" saxophonist named Sergio.

The 'SNL' crew also took the politicians to task with bits on Obama's State of the Union speech, Sen. Scott Brown's new gig, and Justice Sonia Sotomayor's visit to Weekend Update. All that, and some Michael Bublé tunes.

Cold Open: President Obama's State of the Union Address. The Prez mentions Ted Kennedy's seat, Martha Coakley's incompetence ("You deserved to lose!"), dirty dishes at the White House, and a few jobs up for grabs. And hey, even Brendan Fraser snuck in to hear the speech!



Jon Hamm Monologue. It's his second time hosting 'Saturday Night Live,' so "really, this time, it's just for the paycheck." But did you know he had plenty of roles prior to Don Draper on 'Mad Men'? Yes, it's true.



The Cocktail Party. William is asked to grace the partygoers with some piano tunes. Only he's having a little trouble coordinating with the hostess ("Don't make me sing!").



Digital Short: The Curse. Uh oh. A businessman breaks a homeless man's sacred talisman while getting out of a taxi. And "crazy, sexy" Sergio the saxophonist keeps interrupting his day ... and night.



Brainstorming Session in Sen. Harry Reid's Office. Thanks to Sen. Scott Brown, the Democratic party has lost its mojo. But Sen. Barbara Boxer, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Congressman Barney Frank and Sen. Robert Byrd can't stop fantasizing about the new Sen. Brown.



Michael Buble: 'Haven't Met You Yet'



Weekend Update with Seth Meyers. Seth reports on the State of the Union, the iPad, the first birthday of Octomom's kids, red-tailed hawks and more.



Weekend Update: Justice Sonia Sotomayor. You just knew that Justice Alito couldn't get away with mouthing "Not true" at the State of the Union address and NOT end up on 'SNL.' And apparently, the Supreme Court is made up of all "white guys."



Weekend Update: Snooki. 'Jersey Shore' was delayed when the cast demanded more money. Wait, they're getting money?! So Snooki stopped by to comment. "We're like crazy famous right now! I'm talking Scarface poster famous!"



ESPN: Gametime with Randy and Greg. The Super Bowl was the topic of discussion. And by the way, Greg is not an alien.



Hamm and Bublé (a.k.a. Bubbly). "If you enjoy a cozy atmosphere, excellent service, and healthy servings of pig meat accompanied by sparkling wines, you'll love Hamm and Bublé."



The Closet Organizer. Are you too stupid to keep your closet clean? Then you need The Closet Organizer!



Court Stenographer. The stenographer typist is a little distracted. "I can't find my crackers ... I need them for my medicine."



Michael Bublé featuring Sharon Jones. '(Baby) You've Got What It Takes.'



Gin & Tonics at the Bar. "I know you from somewhere ... wait a second ... you're the friggin' closet organizer guy!"



CNBC: American Enterprise. Featured is Barnes & Noble, "a place where homeless people can go to the bathroom."

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