'Saturday Night Live': Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin's uncomfortable drug test, and more


On Saturday night, "30 Rock" star Alec Baldwin broke the "Saturday Night Live" hosting record, helming the show for a 16th time, meaning he passed Steve Martin's record. (More on that later.) Lorne Michaels just never gets tired of him!There were no additions to the "SNL" cast this year, and all of last season's cast members stuck around -- we'll let you guys decide whether that's a good thing.Note to readers: Adam Sandler didn't actually appear on this episode of "Saturday Night Live." Those ads for "Jack and Jill," the movie where he plays a man and the man's sister? Those were real. That's a real movie that someone greenlighted. It will be in theaters in November. Seriously. The ads for "Whitney"? Also real. Sorry, America.Opener: The only thing SNL does better than Stefon: Making fun of republicans. The GOP Debate skit was hosted by Bill Hader in his always spot-on impression of Fox Report's...



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