A little while back we found out that Emmy-award winning comedian Louis C.K. would be hosting Saturday Night Live and I was ridiculously excited to see how cray-cray things would get. But nothing could have prepared me for his opening monologue about old ladies he lurves, or the Abraham Lincoln sketch to end all Abraham Lincoln sketches. All this time I’ve been getting excited to see Daniel Day-Lewis in the upcoming biopic, but now I just wanna spend the rest of my life watching Louis C.K. perform all of his stand-up routines as the 16th president. Click the video above to see what I mean, and check out more videos from last night’s episode– including the best opening monologue ever, Fun‘s awesome performance of Some Nights, and the hilarious Hurricane Sandy address from Mayor Bloomberg and Governor Chris Christie.
Louie’s opening monologue, on why old ladies are the ish:
Bloomberg’s Hurricane Sandy Address with Chris Christie:
Fun, Some Nights:
Fox and Friends on Hurricane Sandy:
Weekend Update with Mitt Romney:
Last Call with Louie:
You can watch more of the skits and performances from last night here. Somebody get President Lincoln some black friends. Please.