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Bill Hader returns to 'SNL'

In this publicity image released by NBC, Bill

In this publicity image released by NBC, Bill Hader is shown in character as Stefon in a skit on "Saturday Night Live," in New York. Photo Credit: AP Photo/NBC, Dana Edelson

Bill Hader hosted “Saturday Night Live” this week, which, of course, meant the return of Stefon at the Weekend Update desk.

Once again, Stefon gave his suggestions on New York City’s best nightclubs, and he did not disappoint.

"New York's hottest club is Whimsy," he said. "Condemned by GLAAD and EPA from Ghostbusters, this old, wet Band Aid found in a jacuzzi is the kind of place that makes you feel weird the next time you see your parents."

More than a year after his last appearance with Seth Myers, Stefon acted confused when he saw the new set and anchors.

"How long have I been on anesthesia?" Stefon asked hosts Colin Jost and Michael Che. The City Correspondent concluded the segment with a big pregnancy announcement. 

This was Hader’s first time hosting the show. He promoted his new movie “The Skeleton Twins,” which saw a limited released in September. He was joined by “Skeleton Twins” costar and former “SNL” cast member Kristen Wiig during his opening monologue.

Hader left the cast in May 2013 with many memorable characters that he brought back to the show this week. In addition to Stefon, Hader reprised thick-spectacled reporter Herb Welch and grumpy Al Pacino.



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