Hader also made an inevitable appearance on Weekend Update as Stefon (arguably the best-loved caricature of homosexuality on television) to offer a few suggestions for going out in "the new New York."
For "dumb folks looking to just get murdered," there's apparently a new Park Slope club with a bouncer "who always high-fives children of divorce."
Once again, we're left to assume that SNL writers are likely employing a PG-13 rated version of Cards Against Humanity to write their scripts. And, as usual, Hader breaks up at the randomness, much to the audience's delight.
More respectfully, the show also paid tribute to five-season alumnus Jan Hooks, who passed away this week at the age of 57.
RIP, Jan. You would've made a great Effie Trinket.