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WATCH: Jonah Hill Hosts A Fantastic SNL with Surprise from Leonardo DiCaprio

Television
by Maggie Lange
January 26, 2014 12:46 PM
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Jonah Hill hosted Saturday Night Live this week and stands as one of the best hosts of the season so far. The best moment of the evening was a surprise visit from Leonardo DiCaprio during Hill's monologue. Hill was pretending to show-boat about his Oscar nominations and peg himself as the real powerhouse behind "The Wolf of Wall Street" when DiCaprio snuck onto the stage and turned Hill's arrogance into a teaching moment. They were adorable. 

For the rest of the evening, Hill reprised his character of Adam Grossman, a six-year-old with a bounty of ancient stand-up jokes in his back pocket, ready to entertain all patrons at Benihana. Hill made a subtly ironic turn in a commercial for a sequel to "Her" called "Me" in which he voiced his own version of Samantha. (Michael Cera made an hilarious cameo.) He also crashed the skit of ex-porn stars trying to scam luxury items by playing director Martin Porn-sese (known for the "Bangs of New York," "Raging Boner," and "The Wolf of Wall Street").

Other highlights included Kenan Thompson as the bemused man that arrested Justin Bieber, and a sketch on three gangsters waiting in a car for a job who are swept away by the beauty of a winter Wonderland, and ending up singing Carole King. These and more below. 

2 Comments

  • BJ | January 26, 2014 4:40 PMReply

    Listen to the recent Jonah Hill interview by Howard Stern. He's a wannabe-Hollywood brown nosing dork.

  • stp | January 26, 2014 10:05 PM

    Fantastic episode? Jonah sucks. Actually he did suck to get in a Scorsese movie. I'm a real actor now. Wooooooooooooo!

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