The "Cosmos" presenter, played here by Kenan Thompson, attempts to help the "Fox And Friends" presenters grasp the cruder points of climate change. It isn't easy.
What would it take to get 10 million people to sign up on HealthCare.gov in 48 hours? "Saturday Night Live" thinks selfies, cats, and celebrities are the answer.
This whole being-banned-from-baseball thing was caused, according to Alex Rodriguez (played by Drake), by terrible auto-correct on his iPhone.
The cold open of "Saturday Night Live" sees President Obama trying to explain his selfie with the Danish prime minister. Then in walks German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
On Saturday Night Live, Kim and Kanye have a talk show. They interview an Apple Store employee. And, oh, it doesn't go well. After all, they're called geniuses, aren't they? And, wait, who's that playing the Apple genius?
Healthcare.gov isn't working too well. So Kathleen Sebelius, in the body of Kate McKinnon, goes on "Saturday Night Live" to offer some technical advice. Restarting your computer, for example.
In a poignantly amusing skit, all that's left at NASA are the janitors, and they cannot help those lost in space.
Bill Hader, formerly of "Saturday Night Live," is pretty clumsy with his phone, at least in new T-Mobile ads.
Somehow, the group of those who feel Google Glass is a touch pointless is growing. Saturday Night Live's Fred Armisen and Seth Myers are the latest.
An earlier version of this story overstated the extent of the archived "Saturday Night Live" content to which Yahoo will have exclusive access. The story has been updated with the correct information.