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Donald Trump Press Conference
President-elect Donald Trump (Alec Baldwin) holds his first press conference since getting elected.
Monologue by Felicity Jones
Saw Gerrera (Kenan Thompson) brings host Felicity Jones a special message from Tina Fey.
Five women (Cecily Strong, Vanessa Bayer, Felicity Jones, Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant) compete for Nick's (Beck Bennett) heart.
Shondra & Malik
Car trouble makes Shondra (Leslie Jones) and Malik (Kenan Thompson) put aside their differences.
An elderly benefactor (Mikey Day) and his nurse (Felicity Jones) can't stop interrupting the play he's funded.
The Princess And The Curse
Princess Viola's (Felicity Jones) curse is too much for Prince Benedict (Beck Bennett) to bear.
Susan B. Anthony
While visiting her house, five friends (Felicity Jones, Cecily Strong, Aidy Bryant, Vanessa Bayer, Melissa Villaseñor) summon the ghost of Susan B. Anthony (Kate McKinnon).
Sturgill Simpson Performs "Keep It Between The Lines"
Simpson's backing band is joined by the horn section of The Tonight Show's band "The Roots," trumpeter David Guy and saxophonist Ian Hendrickson-Smith.
Weekend Update With Colin Jost And Michael Che
Weekend Update anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che tackle the week's biggest news, including the publication of a dossier alleging Russia could blackmail Donald Trump and an Illinois high school where 800 students got the stomach bug. Pete Davidson shares his first impressions of Donald Trump's cabinet picks, including Jeff Sessions, Steve Mnuchin, Ben Carson, Wilbur Ross and Andrew Puzder, while Beck Bennett discusses his burgeoning music career.
Adam Perkins (Kyle Mooney), Sarah Wilner (Felicity Jones) and Sam Stevens (Beck Bennett) discuss their new movie, Hot Robot 3: Journey to Boob Mountain.
Sturgill Simpson Performs "Call To Arms"
Three employees (Cecily Strong, Felicity Jones, Melissa Villaseñor) tell jokes with a very specific theme.
Tony Rosato, a former cast member who died earlier that week, had his picture shown in silence before the goodnights.