'Saturday Night Live': Watch Jim Parsons host the worst 'SNL' of the season

Jim Parsons seemed game for anything during his first stint hosting "Saturday Night Live" -- too bad he didn't get the material he needed to make his turn memorable, or at least more memorable than being the worst "SNL" episode of the season. Watch the skits below and judge for yourself. Cold Open: "Ellen" It's always nice when the show starts with a topical pop culture-related skit rather than a stale political one, so Kate McKinnon's reliable Ellen DeGeneres impression was a great one to trot out on the eve of her Oscar hosting duties. Host Jim Parsons played everyone's favorite Olympic commentator Johnny Weir, and while the physical resemblance was amazing, it was hard to believe it was anyone other than Parsons sitting there. The problem is that Parsons' speaking cadence is so distinctive that it's hard to imagine him as anyone else. "My mother is a schoolteacher and my father is a christmas...



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