Betty White made her much-anticipated appearance on SNL last night, and by all accounts she stole the show, with a little help from the ladies. Whoever said there are no second acts in American lives, or that there are no Hollywood roles for women over 30 clearly never took Betty into account. In case you missed any of last night’s SNL appearance — the f**king digital short, White ‘bluffin with her muffin, the Facebook vitriol — we’ve collected all of them for you here. Click through for video clips.
SNL: Betty White Meets The Census-Taker, And Hat-Tips Christopher Walken: The final sketch of the night, “Census Taker” in which Tina Fey calls on Betty White at home to get her census information, only to be befuddled by her responses.
Betty White Goes Hardcore For Digital Short: “Happy Mother’s Day, Motherf****rs”: What began as a heartwarming collaboration of all Saturday Night Live current cast members and returning female all-stars paying tribute to White by singing “Thank You For Being A Friend,” then took a very dark, sadomasochistic turn.
SNL: Betty White Is Bluffin’ With Her Muffin: “If there’s one thing I’m known for, it’s my muffin.”
Betty White Blasts Facebook, Thanks Fans In SNL Monologue: Betty White kicked off her long-anticipated Saturday Night Live hosting gig by addressing the Facebook movement that brought her to the show in the first place.
Really! SNL’s “Weekend Update” Reunion With Seth, Amy & Tina: Tonight’s all-star SNL featured a favorite “Weekend Update” staple — and reunited three of Update’s favorite anchors. “‘Really!’ with Seth & Amy” morphed into “‘Really! With Seth, Amy & Tina.”
SNL’s Deleted Scenes: Debbie Downer, Bronx Beat and the Times Square Bomber: Cut from the dress rehearsal, these web-only sketches are still pretty funny — especially the return of Debbie Downer (with awesome cameo by Betty White).
SNL’s Leading Ladies Warm Up The Cold Open: The returning cast members and Betty White sing pretty on The Lawrence Welk Show, and try not to be repulsed by Kristen Wiig.
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