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this week, becoming the third WWE wrestler to host (Hulk Hogan and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson are the others).

The 39-year-old looked like a natural playing a bunch of different characters.

Timberlake also worked his multihyphentate butt off: Single-handedly taking charge of a pretty amusing Elton John-at-Hugo-Chavez’s-funeral cold open (whereas most hosts don’t appear till the opening monologue); riffing during said monologue with A-listers including Steve Martin, Martin Short, Alec Baldwin, Tom Hanks, Chevy Chase, Dan Aykroyd and Candice Bergen; and even pulling double duty as musical guest. And the good news is, the hard work paid off: Sure, the episode had a few serious clunkers, but the laughter-to-groans ratio was more than acceptable (and even brought us the return of Martin and Aykroyd’s Festrunk Brothers, and Timberlake and Andy Samberg’s “Dick in a Box” singers, all in one skit). BEST: Moet & Chandon Ad Vanessa Bayer and Cecily Strong brought back what could be a one-joke concept — former porn stars doing ad testimonials to score free product — and once again elevated it to pure hilarity with their slurry line readings and increasingly absurdist details.

From the botched pronunciation of “effervescence” to Strong’s character’s tale of getting “banged into a sinkhole,” I roared with laughter from start to finish. (I gotta admit, I’d rather listen to “Sexyback.”) Sound off in the comments!

(Bonus points via JT’s feminist pornographer dropping What did you think of Timberlake’s fifth time as host?

Jim Carrey is one of those comedians who always seems to be a walking contradiction.

On the one hand, his over-the-top delivery, penchant for bizarre comedy and experience on a live sketch comedy show should mean that he'd be the perfect guest host for 's 40th season, everything seemed to fall into place (minus a few striking missteps), and Carrey managed to set the bar for the rest of the season with one of the funniest episodes in recent memory.

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VIDEO: A Look Back At Jim Carrey In 20 Years Later The night started off shaky, with a cold open that seemed to sit there like a dead fish, and things were only made worse by Carrey's bizarre and jokeless musical monologue. He dressed like "Helvis" which is just Elvis in a red, spangly jumpsuit and demon horns.But then we got introduced to Carrey's Matthew Mc Conaughey impression, and all was right with the world. Then, he sang a song about pecan pie, and almost every lyric was just the words "pecan pie" while the cast and backup singers came out dressed like demons.So, let's take a look at some of Carrey's crowning achievements, and the sketches that almost sunk the evening. There wasn't a joke to be found in the whole thing.It's not like he told jokes that just didn't land, there were no jokes.Just a demon Elvis singing about pecan pie, non-stop, forever.Maybe it actually gave an insight into what hell is like.Additional Notes Hires Michael Che as First Black 'Weekend Update' Anchor The cold open was about Obama's Ebola Czar and, like almost every cold open, it wasn't funny.Kenan Thompson tried to save it with a solid Al Sharpton impression, but it was too late.Another pre-recorded sketch about ghost hunting shows was short, sweet and to the point.Newly added cast member Leslie Jones (who had been a writer before getting added to the cast this season) plays a "skeptic" on a team of paranormal researchers.Only thing is, she's as terrified of ghosts as most people, and watching her freak out and be terrified is oddly hilarious.

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