Saturday Night Live: Season 37, Episode 8

Steve Buscemi/The Black Keys (3 Dec. 2011)

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After President Obama explains who is more powerful than he, Steve Buscemi hosts: he advises second bananas on landing leading roles, appears as a Burning Man pal on the Miley Cyrus Show, ... See full summary »

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Sue / Various
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After President Obama explains who is more powerful than he, Steve Buscemi hosts: he advises second bananas on landing leading roles, appears as a Burning Man pal on the Miley Cyrus Show, tries to surprise a co-worker, plays a coach accused of molesting youths, helps decorate a Christmas tree with the clueless Sheila, gets constipation advice from a fellow musician, plays a murderer interviewed by Keith Morrison on "Dateline," and appears as Jim Gordon constantly importuned by Batman. Herman Cain explains himself on "Weekend Update." The Black Keys perform "Lonely Boy" and "Gold on the Ceiling." Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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