SNL: Colin Jost debuts wedding ring after marrying Scarlett Johansson… as John Mulaney hosts

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Colin Jost debut his wedding ring during Weekend Update on Saturday Night Live after secretly marrying Scarlett Johansson the previous weekend.

The 38-year-old comedian flashed the ring while performing, but he hadn’t worn during last week’s performance on October 24.

Colin had on a thick gold band, and his Weekend Update co-host Michael Che directly referenced his nuptials with a joke. 

New bling: Colin Jost, 38, debuted his wedding ring on Saturday Night Live after tying the knot with Scarlett Johansson last weekend

New bling: Colin Jost, 38, debuted his wedding ring on Saturday Night Live after tying the knot with Scarlett Johansson last weekend

‘You just married Scarlett Johansson and I just bought an electric bike. We’re both doing equally great,’ he said while focusing on his anxieties about the upcoming election on November 3.

‘We’re thrilled to break the news that Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost were married over the weekend in an intimate ceremony with their immediate family and love ones, following COVID-19 safety precautions as directed by the CDC,’ SNL announced on its Instagram page on Thursday.

‘Their wedding wish is to help make a difference for vulnerable older adults during this difficult time by supporting @mealsonwheelsamerica. Please consider donating to celebrate the happy couple by clicking the link in our bio.’

Tying the knot: The couple had a secret ceremony, which was announced on SNL's Instagram page on Thursday

Tying the knot: The couple had a secret ceremony, which was announced on SNL’s Instagram page on Thursday

Close enough: Michael Che joked about the nuptials: 'You just married Scarlett Johansson and I just bought an electric bike. We’re both doing equally great'

Close enough: Michael Che joked about the nuptials: ‘You just married Scarlett Johansson and I just bought an electric bike. We’re both doing equally great’

The episode was hosted by John Mulaney and featured The Strokes as the musical guest. 

During his monologue, Mulaney joked that he had hosted more than anyone else at four times. 

‘I am a comedian, or as I like to call us, the last responders,’ he said. 

The comic began by poking fun at the daily press conferences of Governor Andrew Cuomo and requested everyone vote for every office available.

He also joked about how maybe his grandmother shouldn’t vote. ‘You don’t get to order for the table when you’re about to leave the restaurant!’

After admitting the joke was ageist, he said that ‘would be like calling yourself the Greatest Generation.’

‘”Oh, we fought the Nazis!” Well, we’re trying to fight the new Nazis if you get out of the way and stop voting for people you saw in between coin collector commercials,’ he joked.

Laugh riot: The episode was hosted by John Mulaney and featured The Strokes as the musical guest. '‘I am a comedian, or as I like to call us, the last responders,’ Mulaney joked

Laugh riot: The episode was hosted by John Mulaney and featured The Strokes as the musical guest. ‘‘I am a comedian, or as I like to call us, the last responders,’ Mulaney joked

Classics: Kenan Thompson kicked off the first sketch after the monologue as Reese De’What, dressed as a vampire, hosting Cinema Classics, a fake PBS program

Classics: Kenan Thompson kicked off the first sketch after the monologue as Reese De’What, dressed as a vampire, hosting Cinema Classics, a fake PBS program

Kenan Thompson kicked off the first sketch after the monologue as Reese De’What, dressed as a vampire, hosting Cinema Classics, a fake PBS program.

He showed clips from Alfred Hitchcock’s classic horror film The Birds (1963), but complained that the birds’ motivation was never revealed.

Kate McKinnon played Tippi Hedren in a fake deleted scene. She tried to call the police as birds circled a phone booth, but the sheriff (Mulaney) couldn’t understand the absurd things she was saying about the birds.

‘You just said that a bird set fire to a gas station, so you need to explain that to me,’ he said matter-of-factly.

‘The birds, they just birded a man to death!’ she said after another man was attacked.

But the bird attacks ratcheted up comically, as one used a glass cutter to get into the phone booth, and another pulled a gun on Mulaney.

In another scene, the birds, which were on visible wires, started picking up turtles to batter the phone booth with.

Suspense: Kate McKinnon played Tippi Hedren in a fake deleted scene from The Birds

Suspense: Kate McKinnon played Tippi Hedren in a fake deleted scene from The Birds

Not buying it: When she called the police while trapped in a phone booth, the officer (Mulaney) didn't believe anything she said because it was so outlandish

Not buying it: When she called the police while trapped in a phone booth, the officer (Mulaney) didn’t believe anything she said because it was so outlandish

Kenan returned in a pre-taped music video titled Strollin’ with Ego Nwodim, Chris Redd and Punkie Johnson.

‘We’re strollin’ to the polls,’ they sang, before John Mulaney popped up to reveal the polling location was closed.

The video found humor in attempts to suppress the votes of Black Americans, as Mulaney popped up every time they got to a new polling place to say it was closed.

Even once they got there, right-wing militia members with long guns patrolled to intimidate them and they were stuck in a multi-hour line. 

Voters: Kenan returned in a pre-taped music video titled Strollin’ with Ego Nwodim, Chris Redd and Punkie Johnson. ‘We’re strollin’ to the polls,’ they sang

Voters: Kenan returned in a pre-taped music video titled Strollin’ with Ego Nwodim, Chris Redd and Punkie Johnson. ‘We’re strollin’ to the polls,’ they sang

True to life: But Mulaney appeared to tell them all the nearby polling places had been closed. Even once they found one, right-wing militia members with long guns intimidated them

True to life: But Mulaney appeared to tell them all the nearby polling places had been closed. Even once they found one, right-wing militia members with long guns intimidated them

Mulaney was on screen after the break in a Sleepy Hollow skit, in which he played Ichabod Crane, while Beck Bennett was the Headless Horseman.

Instead of being terrified, Ichabod wondered if the horseman ever used his severed head to pleasure himself.

‘So, since you’re holding a detached but animated head — do you ever use it, like to — you know…’

After the horseman was confused, Ichabod continued: ‘Look, I’ve been trying to do it to myself with my regular attached head. I tried yoga and I tried stretching. I even had the town doctor remove two of my ribs.’

Old school: Mulaney was on screen after the break in a Sleepy Hollow skit, in which he played Ichabod Crane, while Beck Bennett was the Headless Horseman

Old school: Mulaney was on screen after the break in a Sleepy Hollow skit, in which he played Ichabod Crane, while Beck Bennett was the Headless Horseman

Awkward: Instead of being terrified, Ichabod wondered if the horseman ever used his head to pleasure himself. ‘So, since you’re holding a detached but animated head — do you ever use it, like to — you know…’

Awkward: Instead of being terrified, Ichabod wondered if the horseman ever used his head to pleasure himself. ‘So, since you’re holding a detached but animated head — do you ever use it, like to — you know…’

Edgy: ‘It’s like they always say: “When life hands you a severed head, you put the mouth on your dingus,”’ Ichabod continued

Edgy: ‘It’s like they always say: “When life hands you a severed head, you put the mouth on your dingus,”’ Ichabod continued

‘That’s disgusting!’ shouted the horseman.

‘It’s like they always say: “When life hands you a severed head, you put the mouth on your dingus,”’ Ichabod continued.

Pete Davidson appeared as Ichabod’s friend William, but he only wanted to ask the horseman if he ever rolled his head into the lady’s room.

Mikey Day appeared as a third hand, but he only wanted to know if the head was dishwasher safe.

‘I’m just curious about clean-up,’ he said, before the three joked about being sexually repressed Puritans. 

Rockers: The Strokes made their first musical performance of the evening with a subdued performance of their song The Adults Are Talking from this year’s The New Abnormal album

Rockers: The Strokes made their first musical performance of the evening with a subdued performance of their song The Adults Are Talking from this year’s The New Abnormal album

Surprise! Baby Yoda (Kyle Mooney) made an unscheduled appearance during Weekend Update to capitalize on the return of the hit Disney+ Star Wars series The Mandalorian

Surprise! Baby Yoda (Kyle Mooney) made an unscheduled appearance during Weekend Update to capitalize on the return of the hit Disney+ Star Wars series The Mandalorian

The punk revival group The Strokes made their first musical performance of the evening with a subdued performance of their song The Adults Are Talking from this year’s The New Abnormal album.  

Baby Yoda made an unscheduled appearance during Weekend Update to capitalize on the return of the hit Disney+ Star Wars series The Mandalorian.

The 50-year-old alien, officially known as The Child, was played by Kyle Mooney.

Baby Yoda had taken on the speech patterns of a YouTuber or social media star, which he confirmed when said he’d been quarantining with ‘Jake Paul, Mia Khalifa and Wreck-It Ralph — nice dude!’

After Michael mentioned the series had returned for a second season, Baby Yoda gave a ‘shout-out to the writers.’

‘They mad awkward to be around.But they come up with some fuego ideas, bro. I just wish they’d let me dance a little more, you know what I’m saying?’

The tiny creature also asked his fans to ‘take it easy on those DMs.’

‘I mean, I read some of these, I’m like, dang. You want to do what to Baby Yoda? 

‘They’re all — they’re sexual in nature, Michael,’ he clarified.

New venture: He joked that his fans were sending him sexual DMs and revealed he's talked about his new line of cannabis products on The Joe Rogan Show

New venture: He joked that his fans were sending him sexual DMs and revealed he’s talked about his new line of cannabis products on The Joe Rogan Show

Baby Yoda also said he’d been on the Joe Rogan show recently to rep a ‘new line of cannabis products,’ including the Star Wars–referencing ‘Dago-Bud,’ ‘Wookie Cookies’ edibles, and the CBD kombucha ‘Jabba the Kombucha.’

Mooney had the audience in stitches as he called out his rival Baby Groot.

‘I know you still talking smack about me. And I just want to say, your TikToks are cringe, bro.’

Odd: Mulaney returned in the second half of the show as the owner of a souvenir shop in Times Square, with Pete and Chris playing shoppers. Pete wanted to buy 'I [Heart] NY' underwear

Odd: Mulaney returned in the second half of the show as the owner of a souvenir shop in Times Square, with Pete and Chris playing shoppers. Pete wanted to buy ‘I [Heart] NY’ underwear

Tough times: Kate McKinnon appeared as the Bubba Gump shrimp to sing a parody of Send In The Clowns to complain about the lack of crowds in Times Square to tip costumed performers

Tough times: Kate McKinnon appeared as the Bubba Gump shrimp to sing a parody of Send In The Clowns to complain about the lack of crowds in Times Square to tip costumed performers

Mulaney returned in the second half of the show as the owner of a souvenir shop in Times Square, with Pete and Chris playing shoppers.

After Mulaney complained about how bad business had been due to the pandemic, Pete tried to help about by purchasing a pair of I [Heart] NY underwear, which set off some sinister music.

Everyone was grossed out after Pete wanted to try on the unwashed underwear, and Mulaney revealed that the changing room in the back was where the costumed Times Square characters congregated in their off time while singing to One from A Chorus Line.

Then Kate McKinnon appeared as the Bubba Gump shrimp mascot to sing a parody of Send In The Clowns from A Little Night Music to complain about the lack of crowds to tip them.

But Maya Rudolph appeared in a Statue of Liberty costume and sang a parody of Stephen Sondheim’s I’m Still Here to show New York City was still surviving amid the pandemic

But Maya Rudolph appeared in a Statue of Liberty costume and sang a parody of Stephen Sondheim’s I’m Still Here to show New York City was still surviving amid the pandemic

Vote! The packed sketch ended with everyone joining in song about how the November 3 election day day was only a few days away

Vote! The packed sketch ended with everyone joining in song about how the November 3 election day day was only a few days away

But Maya Rudolph appeared in a Statue of Liberty costume and sang a parody of Stephen Sondheim’s I’m Still Here to show New York City was still surviving amid the pandemic.

The packed sketch ended with everyone joining in song about how the November 3 election day day was only a few days away.

Mulaney starred in the final sketch as an executive who unleashed on his nephew (Pete Davidson) for making fun of him in the work Slack channel.

He shared a mean dating meme Pete made in front of his coworkers in a conference room.

But Mulaney turned out to be the bad guy when Pete revealed his profile specified he was only looking for ‘18–24-year-old girls’ and that he was dating on chicksinprison.com.

Not a fan: Mulaney starred in the final sketch as an executive who unleashed on his nephew (Pete Davidson) for making fun of him in the work Slack channel

Not a fan: Mulaney starred in the final sketch as an executive who unleashed on his nephew (Pete Davidson) for making fun of him in the work Slack channel

Whoops! But Mulaney turned out to be the bad guy when Pete revealed his profile specified he was only looking for ‘18–24-year-old girls’ and that he was dating on chicksinprison.com

Whoops! But Mulaney turned out to be the bad guy when Pete revealed his profile specified he was only looking for ‘18–24-year-old girls’ and that he was dating on chicksinprison.com

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