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After President Obama (Pharoah) explains sequestration, Kevin Hart hosts: he plays Quvenzhane Wallis as the new Pope, a bitten interloper on "The Walking Dead," a horse-phobic guest on ... See full summary »
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Pope Benedict XVI / Various
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Various
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Daryl Dixon / Mark Cuban / Various
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Rick Grimes / Various
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Maggie Greene / Barbara Corcoran / Various
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Weekend Update Anchor
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Niff / Kim Jong-un / Various
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Carl Grimes / Various
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Barack Obama / Dennis Rodman / Various
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Wolf Blitzer / Kevin O'Leary / Various
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Daymond John / Various
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Carl / Various
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Dana / Various
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After President Obama (Pharoah) explains sequestration, Kevin Hart hosts: he plays Quvenzhane Wallis as the new Pope, a bitten interloper on "The Walking Dead," a horse-phobic guest on Steve Harvey's show, an over-amped pitchman for Z-shirts, Seth Meyer's partner in a "Really?!" sketch, the neck-braced host of "360 News," an actor reading for a Dove Chocolate commercial, a guy pitching a product on "Shark Tank," a bookstore manager who has to fire someone, and a gadfly at a funeral. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis (with Wanz) perform "Thrift Shop" and "Can't Hold Us"; a spoof of Starbucks Verismo airs. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Comedy | Music

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TV-14
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2 March 2013 (USA)  »

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Connections

References The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990) See more »

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Can't Hold Us
Performed by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Ray Dalton
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Saturday Night Live Host: Kevin Hart
3 March 2013 | by See all my reviews

Kevin Hart has started in some films and lately he seems to become more known as those movies make money which is why he has come to host the show for the first time. Usually opening monologues turn into a musical performance or they are not funny but Hart's monologue was very surprising to me as I found it both funny and consistent throughout the segment. Hart in the end was a fine host with a good start that seemed to lessen as the show went on. The sketches were largely forgettable with none really making much of an impression even if most of them were funny they just were not special. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis were the musical guest of the episode and they were fine for their genre of music which personally is not one of my favourites. The best sketch of the episode was the Barnes & Nobles one because I found Bobby and Cecily very funny. The worst sketch of the episode for me was Z-Shirt which then was continued which made no sense. Overall a good episode hosted well by funny man Kevin Hart.

EPISODE GRADE: B- (MVP: Kevin Hart)


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