Everyone's favorite GIRL Lena Dunham was on comedy variety program SNL last night as a first-time host. She wasn't bad, though her opening monologue and two separate sketches referenced her show's gratuitous nudity and the sound of her voice was just a smidge grating. Nothing out of the usual.
Dunham's opening monologue was about sex and mostly bland.
Dunham and her office pals have a jewelry party and learn that someone's boyfriend is a men's rights activist. Hijinks ensue.
We were so close in guessing this one.
On a sketch that Jon Hamm mysteriously shows up in, two middle-school girls reach puberty, which seems to be a theme on SNL these days.
The most hilarious sketch ended up being a portion of Weekend Update with Putin's Best Friends From Growing Up. Fred Armisen swings by with Vanessa Bayer to surreptitiously discuss what it's like to know Putin intimately.