Looper star Joseph Gordon-Levitt hosted Saturday Night Live this weekend, with musical guest Mumford & Sons performing. The episode kicked off with a parody of Live with Kelly and Michael, and then a Magic Mike-inspired opening monologue featuring Gordon-Levitt, who showed off his dance moves. Check out some of the highlight videos ahead, including both performances by Mumford & Sons.

Unfortunately for those who want to see Joseph Gordon-Levitt getting shirtless and up-close-and-personal with one of the "audience" members, it doesn't look like NBC has the opening monologue online (yet). Also missing from the videos is the London Pub sketch, which had Mumford & Sons playing Beatles cover-band Hey Dude, which had the band performing "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away." Not the greatest sketch, but I'm guessing its absence has to do with the rights to the song. We do have most of the other sketches, including the g.o.b. Tampon commercial, which features an oddly designed feminine product.

Live with Kelly and Michel cold open includes an appearance by a brooding Robert Pattinson (in the form of Bill Hader).

g.o.b Tampon (designed with all the knowledge of a woman's anatomy, that only comes from being a 60+-year-old conservative man.)

This hypnotist is the real deal (and Taran Killam does a mean dinosaur impression).

Private detective gets carried away with his sketches…

Tres Equis I - the son of the most interesting man in the world…

Tres Equis II - the son of the most interesting man in the world (again)…

The Finer Things in life include wineglass charms…

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