Seth Meyers Returns To The 'Weekend Update' Desk During 'SNL' Hosting Gig

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Oct. 14 2018, Published 3:26 p.m. ET

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Seth Meyers returned to some very familiar territory during his Saturday Night Live hosting gig, where he joined Michael Che and Colin Jost at the Weekend Update desk for a popular segment he first did many years ago.

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Seth was the host for the 3rd episode of the season, which poked fun at Bill Cosby's stay in prison (Kenan Thompson played him once again).

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Paul Simon was the musical guest. Last week it was Kylie Jenner's baby daddy Travis Scott, who happily watched him perform while at home next to her BFF Jordyn Woods.

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The 44-year-old appeared between Emmy hosts Michael and Colin for Weekend Update, where he brought back his popular segment Really?!? With Seth and Amy, which he used to do with fellow former SNL performer Amy Poehler.

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The focus centered around Kanye West's recent visit to the White House where he met with President Donald Trump. It was parodied in the cold open of last night's show.

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Seth had a long tenure at SNL where he was there from 2001-2016. He now hosts Late Night with Seth Meyers, which has been on the air since 2014.

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