'SNL': Seth Meyers gets Amy Poehler, Andy Samberg and Stefon for his goodbye

Melissa McCarthy took on "Saturday Night Live" for the third time -- did it live up to her first two hosting gigs, where she turned in a couple of go-for-broke performances? Well ... not exactly. McCarthy always gives 110 percent, but the material given to her this time around was pretty weak. In fact, you could have just turned off the show after "Weekend Update's" goodbye to Seth Meyers. Thoughts on the episode here, with video to come Sunday morning:The GoodSuper Bowl Cold Open: With the premise that Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers have to cancel on the Super Bowl halftime, the NFL grabs whoever is available and that turns out to be some Broadway stars. The halftime show turns into a hilariously theatrical performance, with Kenan Thompson as Broadway legend Ben Vereen playing Richard Sherman and lyrics like, "There's no Seattle, there's no Denver, there's just love." The best part is...



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