'Saturday Night Live': Melissa McCarthy and 'Peter Drunklage' liven up the show

Melissa McCarthy put in one of the more go-for-broke performances in recent memory during her first time hosting "Saturday Night Live." Would she bring the same high energy level to her second gig?Pretty much, yeah. There was nothing quite as manic as the ranch dressing sketch from her last time, but McCarthy once again showed a great aptitude for physical comedy and a willingness to go all in on the characters she was playing. Let's run down the show:Cold openNorth Korean leader Kim Jong Un tells his people that he's changed his mind on same-sex marriage ... before going on a long digression about all the women he's slept with (17.5 million and counting) and his ability in the sack. Bobby Moynihan doesn't break at all as the monologue gets more ridiculous, which is good. Less good is the ending cameo by Dennis Rodman, who gets the "Live from New York ..." honors.(It sounds as...



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