Still, Betty White had her night right before mother's day.
Ironically, she's not a mother herself but she has been a mother figure in the entertainment world.
Those bits also seemed to come from a place of love.
"They did, 100 percent, because I was a fan," said Armisen. That was a total salute, a tribute." Armisen, who is also the bandleader on "Late Night With Seth Meyers," didn't have a personal relationship with Prince, but that didn't stop folks from reaching out to him when the tragic news broke.
The last time I was in the same room with Carrie Brownstein it was 2006, and she was on stage in San Francisco completely shredding on guitar, maniacally shaking her shag hairdo, and singing intensely over her band Sleater-Kinney’s raucous, urgent rock.
You must have been a terrible husband," Stern added, as Armisen answered, "I think I was a terrible husband, I think I'm a terrible boyfriend." The "Portlandia" star, who officially divorced Moss in May 2011 admits he gets "very caught up in the beginning" of his romances, but eventually gets tired of being with the same woman. I freak out emotionally and then I actually feel like 'Oh my God, who's this stranger in my house? "I don't want to admit that out loud to myself," Armisen said, "but that probably is it." So, how did he get Moss to eventually give up on their marriage?
(He dated Moss for only a year before tying the knot). " Armisen even confessed that he doesn't like the feeling of being tied down to the same person and likes to have his freedom to date whoever he wants. "You sort of withdraw and you sort of get into all the things that you think make you weird," Armisen explained of his technique, admitting that he "should go back to therapy." "Like, 'I'm really into playing XBox ...
Check out these selected sketches and segments from each of this season's episodes, so you can make every night a Saturday Night. I hope she's in the running for the National Medal of the Arts and Kennedy Center Honors.
After last night's hosting duties of Saturday Night Live with some famous female alumni like Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, Molly Shannon, Ana Gasteyer, and Maya Rudolph to help along. My only complaint is that they should have parodied shows like Mary Tyler Moore, Betty White, the Golden Girls, my favorite-Mama's Family, etc.