After a debate among Republican candidates for President, Alec Baldwin becomes SNL's most frequent host with walk-on assistance from Steve Martin and Seth Rogan. In addition to being Rick Perry, Baldwin plays a homey Buffalo newscaster, a child psychologist with a problematic daughter, Tony Bennett giving movie reviews on "Weekend Update," and a contestant on a gay-themed TV game show, "Who's On Top?" The rest of the cast is virtually unchanged from Season 36. We attend the final cast party of "All My Children." Radiohead performs. Written by
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Hello everyone! Welcome to another edition of Who's On Top? We've got three great contestants today, you folks ready to play? All right, the rules are simple. As we all know, when two gay men have sex, one person is the top, and one is the bottom. We'll show you two male celebrities who, hypothetically, could have sex, and you decide "Who's On Top."
No. No, no. No, thank you. I'm not playing this. Good luck! Nice meeting you!
As usual, explaining the rules has cost us a contestant. Paul, ...
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