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Emily Ratajkowski makes a surprise appearance on Saturday Night Live as Jason Sudeikis hosts

Emily Ratajkowski made a brief surprise appearance on this weekend’s star-packed Saturday Night Live.

She appeared in the classic sketch What’s Up With That, with host Jason Sudeikis reprising his usually wordless role as a dancer in a red track suit.

It was the 46-year-old Ted Lasso star’s first time hosting the series since he departed the main cast in 2013.

Surprise appearance: Emily Ratajkowski made a brief appearance on this weekend’s star-packed Saturday Night Live in the classic sketch What’s Up With That

He's back! Ted Lasso star Jason Sudeikis, 46, was back to host SNL for the first time since departing the series in 2013; seen with special guest Fred Armisen (L)

He’s back! Ted Lasso star Jason Sudeikis, 46, was back to host SNL for the first time since departing the series in 2013; seen with special guest Fred Armisen (L)

The fake talk show had special guests Oscar Isaac (playing himself), along with Ratajkowski in a tan cat suit and Succession’s Nicholas Braun, though the host Deondre Cole (Kenan Thompson) seemed to think he was Fleetwood Mac singer Lindsay Buckingham in disguise, as he used to be a regular fixture in the sketch.

Sudeikis got plenty of applause from the audience as soon as he jumped into frame and started dancing in his red track suit, and Fred Armisen made a guest appearance as a curly haired saxophone player. 

Once the music died down, Kenan checked in with the guests.

He joked about Oscar Isaac dressing up as a pirate, and he and Emily traded playful meows.

Star-studded: The fake talk show had special guests Oscar Isaac (playing himself), along with Ratajkowski and Succession's Nicholas Braun

Star-studded: The fake talk show had special guests Oscar Isaac (playing himself), along with Ratajkowski and Succession’s Nicholas Braun

Odd choice: Kenan joked about how Oscar was wearing a pirate hat and had a hook for a hand

Odd choice: Kenan joked about how Oscar was wearing a pirate hat and had a hook for a hand

Mistaken identity: He also was convinced that Braun was just regular guest Lindsay Buckingham in disguise

Mistaken identity: He also was convinced that Braun was just regular guest Lindsay Buckingham in disguise

‘Lindsay, that is the best Cousin Greg from Succession costume that I have ever seen,’ he joked to Braun.

But once Isaac started talking about his latest roles, Kenan perked up at the phrase ‘existential crisis,’ and the band started playing.

Soon they were back in a full-blown musical number, and Jason was back too to show off his dance moves.

Once they were finished, they were out of time, as usual. 

Classic: Sudeikis got plenty of applause from the audience as soon as he jumped into frame and started dancing in his red track suit, and Fred Armisen made a guest appearance as a curly haired saxophone player.

Classic: Sudeikis got plenty of applause from the audience as soon as he jumped into frame and started dancing in his red track suit, and Fred Armisen made a guest appearance as a curly haired saxophone player.

Interrupted: Once Isaac started talking about his latest roles, Kenan perked up at the phrase 'existential crisis,' and the band started playing

Interrupted: Once Isaac started talking about his latest roles, Kenan perked up at the phrase ‘existential crisis,’ and the band started playing

Family: Jason didn't mention his former partner Olivia Wilde in his monologue, but he did mention their two children, Otis, seven, and Daisy, five, though he joked he didn't know how old they were

Family: Jason didn’t mention his former partner Olivia Wilde in his monologue, but he did mention their two children, Otis, seven, and Daisy, five, though he joked he didn’t know how old they were

Storied building: The comic actor seemed to channel his kind-hearted football-turned-soccer coach as he concluded the monologue by encouraging all the audience members to look around the stage and to think about all the classic sketches and great actors and cast members who had performed there

Storied building: The comic actor seemed to channel his kind-hearted football-turned-soccer coach as he concluded the monologue by encouraging all the audience members to look around the stage and to think about all the classic sketches and great actors and cast members who had performed there

Getting serious: 'This place changed my life, twice. Once, as a cast member, but most importantly, as a kid watching it from home,' he said, briefly breaking into a Lasso-like Southern accent and looking as if he was on the verge of tears

Getting serious: ‘This place changed my life, twice. Once, as a cast member, but most importantly, as a kid watching it from home,’ he said, briefly breaking into a Lasso-like Southern accent and looking as if he was on the verge of tears 

For his opening monologue, Sudeikis joked that he had been on the series for 10 years, or ‘an actor’s dozen.’

He didn’t mention his former partner Olivia Wilde, but he did mention their two children, Otis, seven, and Daisy, five, though he joked he didn’t know how old they were.

His series Ted Lasso got plenty of applause from the audience, and he joked that it was ‘built on two things Americans hate: soccer and kindness.’

The comic actor seemed to channel his kind-hearted football-turned-soccer coach as he concluded the monologue by encouraging all the audience members to look around the stage and to think about all the classic sketches and great actors and cast members who had performed there.

‘This place changed my life, twice. Once, as a cast member, but most importantly, as a kid watching it from home,’ he said, briefly breaking into a Lasso-like Southern accent and looking as if he was on the verge of tears.

Educational TV: Afterward, he was back for the next sketch, a parody of a PBS children's science show. Sudeikis played the star, a teacher, while Cecily Strong and Mikey Day played children in a school classroom

Educational TV: Afterward, he was back for the next sketch, a parody of a PBS children’s science show. Sudeikis played the star, a teacher, while Cecily Strong and Mikey Day played children in a school classroom

Losing his cool: He got infuriated with the kids after they didn't know the simplest things, like the order of the planets in the solar system

Losing his cool: He got infuriated with the kids after they didn’t know the simplest things, like the order of the planets in the solar system

Family affair: Eventually, Sudeikis called their parents in — played by Kyle Mooney and Melissa Villaseñor — to chastise them for raise idiots, before he erupted in fury after they walked in front of the camera

Family affair: Eventually, Sudeikis called their parents in — played by Kyle Mooney and Melissa Villaseñor — to chastise them for raise idiots, before he erupted in fury after they walked in front of the camera

Afterward, he was back for the next sketch, a parody of a PBS children’s science show.

Sudeikis played the star, a teacher, while Cecily Strong and Mikey Day played children in a school classroom.

The teacher tried to show them a model of the planets in the solar system, but the kids didn’t get it at all.

They guess that Mercury was ‘Planet Hollywood’ or ‘Phoenix’ because it was hot.

They weren’t any better when it came to basic science questions.

‘Josh, what is matter?’ Sudeikis asked.

‘Nothing, I’m good,’ Day replied with a perfect deadpan expression. 

After the kids got obsessed with his planet model, he told them to just ‘ignore the balls.’

‘My sister said you should never ignore the balls,’ Strong said to a big laugh. ‘My sister said the guy likes it.’

Eventually, Sudeikis called their parents in — played by Kyle Mooney and Melissa Villaseñor — to chastise them for raise idiots, before he erupted in fury after they walked in front of the camera.

New look: He was back again in the following pre-taped sketch, which parodied The Ellen DeGeneres Show. 'ABC thought about it for ten seconds and came up with Mellen, the male Ellen,' Cecily Strong said in voiceover

New look: He was back again in the following pre-taped sketch, which parodied The Ellen DeGeneres Show. ‘ABC thought about it for ten seconds and came up with Mellen, the male Ellen,’ Cecily Strong said in voiceover

New vibe: Sudeikis played Mellen, who had a similar blond pixie cut to Ellen DeGeners, but instead of showing funny yet wholesome videos, he played TikTok videos of high schoolers who punched their teachers

New vibe: Sudeikis played Mellen, who had a similar blond pixie cut to Ellen DeGeners, but instead of showing funny yet wholesome videos, he played TikTok videos of high schoolers who punched their teachers

Surprise! Mellen also filmed a prank segment with Chris Redd playing Kyrie Irvingk, who got surprised with a Covid-19 vaccine in the neck when he wasn't expecting it. 'Kyrie Irving, you got vaxxed!' Mellen shouted

Surprise! Mellen also filmed a prank segment with Chris Redd playing Kyrie Irvingk, who got surprised with a Covid-19 vaccine in the neck when he wasn’t expecting it. ‘Kyrie Irving, you got vaxxed!’ Mellen shouted

He was back again in the following pre-taped sketch, which parodied The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

‘ABC thought about it for ten seconds and came up with Mellen, the male Ellen,’ Cecily Strong said in voiceover.

Sudeikis played Mellen, who had a similar blond pixie cut to Ellen DeGeners, but instead of showing funny yet wholesome videos, he played TikTok videos of high schoolers who punched their teachers.

Mellen also filmed a prank segment with Chris Redd playing Kyrie Irvingk, who got surprised with a Covid-19 vaccine in the neck when he wasn’t expecting it.

‘Kyrie Irving, you got vaxxed!’ Mellen shouted.

Classic film: Next up was a more bizarre sketch parodying the musical Annie, with Melissa Villaseñor playing the eponymous orphan. Cecily Strong gave her a tour of the mansion and showed all the staff members who would help her

Classic film: Next up was a more bizarre sketch parodying the musical Annie, with Melissa Villaseñor playing the eponymous orphan. Cecily Strong gave her a tour of the mansion and showed all the staff members who would help her

Suspicious: But they interrupted the song to ask what Ricky — played by Sudeikis with a mustache and a brown leather trench coat — did

Suspicious: But they interrupted the song to ask what Ricky — played by Sudeikis with a mustache and a brown leather trench coat — did

Sinister: 'Mr. Warbucks and some of his rich friends have a club, and I provide a service for that club, and in return he pays me 25 Gs a week,' he said

Sinister: ‘Mr. Warbucks and some of his rich friends have a club, and I provide a service for that club, and in return he pays me 25 Gs a week,’ he said

Yikes: As they continued to press him, he admitted that he found 'rare meat' for his boss and friends. 'It's not what you think — it's people,' he added

Yikes: As they continued to press him, he admitted that he found ‘rare meat’ for his boss and friends. ‘It’s not what you think — it’s people,’ he added

Next up was a more bizarre sketch parodying the musical Annie, with Melissa Villaseñor playing the eponymous orphan.

After she was adopted by Daddy Warbucks, Cecily Strong gave her a tour of the mansion and showed all the staff members who would help her, played by Aidy Bryant, Ego Nwodim, Alex Moffat and Chloe Fineman.

But they interrupted the song to ask what Ricky — played by Sudeikis with a mustache and a brown leather trench coat — did.

‘Mr. Warbucks and some of his rich friends have a club, and I provide a service for that club, and in return he pays me 25 Gs a week,’ he said.

As they continued to press him, he admitted that he found ‘rare meat’ for his boss and friends.

‘It’s not what you think — it’s people,’ he added. 

Sudeikis led a more intimate  

As the song wrapped up, he clarified that Warbucks had never had a little girl, just adult meat, before Mikey Day arrived as Warbucks, trailed by a band of masked men in tuxedos ready for a feast.

After-school conference: Jason was joined by Kyle Mooney and Ego Nwodim in the next sketch. He played a teacher at a parent-teacher conference, while they were a student's parents

After-school conference: Jason was joined by Kyle Mooney and Ego Nwodim in the next sketch. He played a teacher at a parent-teacher conference, while they were a student’s parents

Awkward: He said their son was well behaved, though his math scores were suffering. But then the teacher and the wife started to flirt unabashedly in front of her husband

Awkward: He said their son was well behaved, though his math scores were suffering. But then the teacher and the wife started to flirt unabashedly in front of her husband

Jason was joined by Kyle Mooney and Ego Nwodim in the next sketch. He played a teacher at a parent-teacher conference, while they were a student’s parents.

He said their son was well behaved, though his math scores were suffering.

But then the teacher and the wife started to flirt unabashedly in front of her husband.

‘You have a very infectious laugh,’ he said, as he touched Nwodim’s leg.

Not hiding it: 'You have a very infectious laugh,' he said, as he touched Nwodim's leg

Not hiding it: ‘You have a very infectious laugh,’ he said, as he touched Nwodim’s leg

Innuendo: After he said he never needed to punish their child, she replied: 'You don't strike me as the punishing type.' 'Well, you don't know me very well,' he replied

Innuendo: After he said he never needed to punish their child, she replied: ‘You don’t strike me as the punishing type.’ ‘Well, you don’t know me very well,’ he replied

Going to town: Soon they were making out on his desk, while her husband just stood off in the corner loudly declaring that he wasn't going to stand there and take that as he stood there and took it

Going to town: Soon they were making out on his desk, while her husband just stood off in the corner loudly declaring that he wasn’t going to stand there and take that as he stood there and took it

After he said he never needed to punish their child, she replied: ‘You don’t strike me as the punishing type.’

‘Well, you don’t know me very well,’ he replied.

She asked, ‘Wait, are you mad at me?’

Soon they were making out on his desk, while her husband just stood off in the corner loudly declaring that he wasn’t going to stand there and take that as he stood there and took it.

Potty humor: Jason took a break for the next pre-taped commercial sketch for Jake’s Non-Stick Underwear for Men

Potty humor: Jason took a break for the next pre-taped commercial sketch for Jake’s Non-Stick Underwear for Men

Oops! The men of the show were all seen doing manly things like working out, but they all had a problem with making messes in their underwear

Oops! The men of the show were all seen doing manly things like working out, but they all had a problem with making messes in their underwear

Slides right off: Luckily, there was a new underwear made with the same non-stick material as high-tech cookwear. To illustrate it, a mannequin's buttocks were coated in non-stick material to show how an egg could slide right off them

Slides right off: Luckily, there was a new underwear made with the same non-stick material as high-tech cookwear. To illustrate it, a mannequin’s buttocks were coated in non-stick material to show how an egg could slide right off them

Jason took a break for the next pre-taped commercial sketch for Jake’s Non-Stick Underwear for Men.

The men of the show were all seen doing manly things like working out, but they all had a problem with making messes in their underwear.

Luckily, there was a new underwear made with the same non-stick material as high-tech cookwear. 

To illustrate it, a mannequin’s buttocks were coated in non-stick material to show how an egg could slide right off them.

‘You shouldn’t have to buy new underwear every time you get nervous at an important dinner,’ Alex Moffat joked, while Chris Redd added that sometime he could have an accident for no reason at all.

When you least expect it: 'You shouldn’t have to buy new underwear every time you get nervous at an important dinner,' Alex Moffat joked, while Chris Redd added that sometime he could have an accident for no reason at all

When you least expect it: ‘You shouldn’t have to buy new underwear every time you get nervous at an important dinner,’ Alex Moffat joked, while Chris Redd added that sometime he could have an accident for no reason at all

Golden: Afterward, Brandi Carlile made her debut performing her rocker Broken Horses. She glowed on the stage thanks to a striking gold three-piece suit

Golden: Afterward, Brandi Carlile made her debut performing her rocker Broken Horses. She glowed on the stage thanks to a striking gold three-piece suit

Afterward, Brandi Carlile made her debut performing her rocker Broken Horses.

She glowed on the stage thanks to a striking gold three-piece suit.

During the Weekend Update segment, Sudeikis reprised one of his classic character, the devil.

He joked to Colin Jost that he’d been busy recently with things like ‘earthquakes’ and ‘Instagram for kids,’ while spending some time in Florida.

‘Have you ever been to Florida? It’s not that different from hell. It’s basically pre-hell. It’s people in their hundreds, and the temperatures are also in their hundreds.’ 

Back at it: During the Weekend Update segment, Sudeikis reprised one of his classic character, the devil. He joked to Colin Jost that he'd been busy recently with things like 'earthquakes' and 'Instagram for kids,' while spending some time in Florida

Back at it: During the Weekend Update segment, Sudeikis reprised one of his classic character, the devil. He joked to Colin Jost that he’d been busy recently with things like ‘earthquakes’ and ‘Instagram for kids,’ while spending some time in Florida

In good company: The devil got interrupted on his cell phone with a call from Prince Andrew, which he sent to voice mail. He joked about 'all these pics of me, him and J. Eps[tein].'

In good company: The devil got interrupted on his cell phone with a call from Prince Andrew, which he sent to voice mail. He joked about ‘all these pics of me, him and J. Eps[tein].’

Close to home: He joked that Colin he made a 'deal' to let Colin Jost marry Scarlett Johansson. 'You baby trapped her!' he shouted, adding, 'I don’t know who screwed her more, you or Disney'

Close to home: He joked that Colin he made a ‘deal’ to let Colin Jost marry Scarlett Johansson. ‘You baby trapped her!’ he shouted, adding, ‘I don’t know who screwed her more, you or Disney’

The devil got interrupted on his cell phone with a call from Prince Andrew, which he sent to voice mail.

He joked about ‘all these pics of me, him and J. Eps[tein].’

After Colin asked if he was responsible for the right-wing conspiracy theory movement QAnon, Sudeikis lashed out.

‘You take that back, Colin, or I will go back on our deal to let you marry Scarlett [Johansson]. You baby trapped her!’ he shouted. ‘I don’t know who screwed her more, you or Disney,’ he added.

The devil concluded his segment by adding that he got the best lap dance of his life from Lil Nas X. 

Founding fathers: Jason's next sketch was a short period piece in which he was joined by the other male cast members to play the founding fathers drafting the Declaration of Independence

Founding fathers: Jason’s next sketch was a short period piece in which he was joined by the other male cast members to play the founding fathers drafting the Declaration of Independence

National treasure: But once they had it almost finished, Andrew Dismukes' character wondered if it might not be better with a treasure map on the back. 'What if we put a sick-a** treasure map on this thing?'

National treasure: But once they had it almost finished, Andrew Dismukes’ character wondered if it might not be better with a treasure map on the back. ‘What if we put a sick-a** treasure map on this thing?’

Point of clarification: After they shot the idea and moved on, he added out of the blue: 'It wouldn’t be for babies'

Point of clarification: After they shot the idea and moved on, he added out of the blue: ‘It wouldn’t be for babies’

New perspective: He got some ammunition when Aidy Bryant and new cast member Aristotle Athari arrive from the future in Matrix-like leather coats

New perspective: He got some ammunition when Aidy Bryant and new cast member Aristotle Athari arrive from the future in Matrix-like leather coats

That settles it: They said people in the future were mad because they didn't have a treasure map on the back of the Declaration of Independence, so the founders decided to play along and add one

That settles it: They said people in the future were mad because they didn’t have a treasure map on the back of the Declaration of Independence, so the founders decided to play along and add one

Jason’s next sketch was a short period piece in which he was joined by the other male cast members to play the founding fathers drafting the Declaration of Independence.

But once they had it almost finished, Andrew Dismukes’ character wondered if it might not be better with a treasure map on the back.

‘What if we put a sick-a** treasure map on this thing?’ he pondered aloud.

After they shot the idea and moved on, he added out of the blue: ‘It wouldn’t be for babies.’

He got some ammunition when Aidy Bryant and new cast member Aristotle Athari arrive from the future in Matrix-like leather coats.

They said people in the future were mad because they didn’t have a treasure map on the back of the Declaration of Independence, so the founders decided to play along and add one. 

Slowed down: Brandi Carlile returned afterward for her second song of the night, the ballad Right On Time. She wore a black sequined suit with striking white lapels as she sang the moving song

Slowed down: Brandi Carlile returned afterward for her second song of the night, the ballad Right On Time. She wore a black sequined suit with striking white lapels as she sang the moving song

Down on their luck: Sudeikis finished off the show in the final sketch with Heidi Gardner playing his wife. He had just lost all their money at a casino, but but they got a surprise offer parodying Indecent Proposal from a man played by Kenan

Down on their luck: Sudeikis finished off the show in the final sketch with Heidi Gardner playing his wife. He had just lost all their money at a casino, but but they got a surprise offer parodying Indecent Proposal from a man played by Kenan

Brandi Carlile returned afterward for her second song of the night, the ballad Right On Time.

She wore a black sequined suit with striking white lapels as she sang the moving song.

Sudeikis finished off the show in the final sketch with Heidi Gardner playing his wife.

He had just lost all their money at a casino, but but they got a surprise offer parodying Indecent Proposal from a man played by Kenan.

He offered $2,000 for a night with Jason’s wife, which they instantly rejected, but they started to change their tune when he raised the price to $5 million.

But suddenly he downgraded the offer to $10,000, and then started raising and lowering it wildly.

Eventually they realized he was all blustered when he held up the briefcase with his money, revealing it was imaginary.

Bargaining: He offered $2,000 for a night with Jason's wife, which they instantly rejected, but they started to change their tune when he raised the price to $5 million

Bargaining: He offered $2,000 for a night with Jason’s wife, which they instantly rejected, but they started to change their tune when he raised the price to $5 million

All in his mind: Eventually they realized he was all blustered when he held up the briefcase with his money, revealing it was imaginary

All in his mind: Eventually they realized he was all blustered when he held up the briefcase with his money, revealing it was imaginary


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