Wilco performs for Stephen and his audience.
Ellen Page hosts Saturday Night Live.
Academy Award nominee Ellen Page hosts an all new SNL this week. For her role as an offbeat teenager who finds herself unexpectedly pregnant in the film "Juno," Page was also recently honored as a Golden Globe, SAG and Independent Spirit Award nominee. Featured sketches include Senator Hillary Clinton (Amy Poehler) squaring off again in another debate against fellow Democrat Barack Obama (Fred Armisen) with moderators Brian Williams (Will Forte) and Tim Russert (Darrell Hammond); an Editorial Response to the sketch by (the real) Senator Hillary Clinton along with Amy Poehler; and a monologue starring Ellen Page and Oscar award-winning writer of "Juno" Diablo Cody (Andy Samberg); The Dakota Fanning Show (Amy Poehler); TV Funhouse: The Obama Files; The College For Excellence (Fred Armisen); Digital Short: The Mirror (Andy Samberg); a movie trailer for the Other Boleyn Girl (Jason Sudeikis, Casey Wilson); Weekend Update featuring Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and political comic Nicholas Fehn (Fred Armisen); a shopping trip to Baby Gap with Virginiaca (Kenan Thompson); Peter Pan and his band of boys stealing from Captain Hook and his pirates (Bill Hader, Will Forte); and coming out after coming home from a female-based concert.
Ellen Page - March 1, 2008: Academy Award nominee Ellen Page hosts SNL this week.
Academy Award nominee Ellen Page hosts an all new SNL this week. For her role as an offbeat teenager who finds herself unexpectedly pregnant in the film "Juno," Page was recently honored as a Golden Globe, SAG and Independent Spirit Award nominee. America's leading late-night sketch comedy show, now in its 33th season, features cast members Fred Armisen, Will Forte, Bill Hader, Darrell Hammond, Seth Meyers, Amy Poehler, Andy Samberg, Jason Sudeikis, Kenan Thompson, Kristen Wiig and featured player Casey Wilson. (Note: edited episode.)
Young Gallant gets upset over the callous treatment given by his colleagues to an addled elderly patient, Stella (recurring guest star Diane Delano), under his repeated care. He also confronts Pratt for reporting a suicidal army ranger, Felix Hernandez (David Barrera), whose secret Gallant promised to protect. Meanwhile, Carter becomes agitated when he discovers that Abby drank alcohol while out with her girlfriends. Weaver uncharacteristically makes a series of embarrassing mistakes. Kovac flirts with Janet Wilco (Katherine LaNasa), the married mother of a little girl, Marlene (Alexandra Kyle), dealing with possible kidney failure. And Corday treats Margaret Evans (Mae Mercer), whose husband cannot cope without her because of his Alzheimer's Disease.
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