In cased you missed it, we have some highlights from last night’s episode of Saturday Night Live, which featured Scarlett Johansson as host with musical guest Arcade Fire.

The cold-open has the hilarious Bill Hader bending over for the President as he portrays Hu Jintao. The “16 and Pregnant Spinoff” sketch is also pretty amusing. Check out the videos from last night’s episode of Saturday Night Live below!

G-20 Cold Open
A press event with Barack Obama and Hu Jintao takes a twist when the subject of debt comes up.


16 and Pregnant Spinoffs
MTV, the network that brought you '16 and Pregnant', has a new maternity-inspired lineup of shows.

Millionaire Matchmaker
Patti has her hands full with Candice, a not-so-attractive lawyer, but takes on the challenge to find her love.


Manuel Ortiz Show
Manuel tries to get to the bottom of some infidelity among friends and settles it with a paternity test.


Unstoppable Trailer
Denzel Washington and Chris Pine work through an age difference to thwart a speeding train the size of the Chrysler Building.


Hollywood Dish with Scarlett Johansson
Scarlett Johansson gives an interview to Hollywood Dish and its two quirky hosts.


Arcade Fire - "We Used to Wait"
The band Arcade Fire performs 'We Used to Wait.'


Weekend Update: George W. Bush and Kanye West
The former president and rapper let bygones be bygones


Weekend Update: Carnival passengers Frank and Gladys Madden
Gladys recounts her horrible experience of their cruise ship losing power at sea, but that's not her only issue.


Weekend Update Highlights
Weekend Update highlights from Nov. 13, 2010.


Middle School Kids
Positive messages from teachers motivate the kids to help Marvin try to walk with a broken knee.


Digital Short: What Was That
The winners of a Model UN competition address the General Assembly with Arcade Fire


Paula Deen's Paper Towels
Eliminate some of the butter and grease from Paula's recipes with her new heavy duty paper towels.


Arcade Fire - Sprawl II
The band Arcade Fire performs 'Sprawl II' on Saturday Night Live.


Stars of Tomorrow
TLC looks at some of the young, dynamic acting talent that swept through Hollywood.


Ceramic Busts
Purchasing a ceramic bust from Mike's Busteria will elevate your status in no time.


Saturday Night Live airs Saturday nights at 11:30 p.m. ET on NBC.

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