Yes, Ryan Gosling Giggled A Lot In SNL's Season Premiere

Actress Emma Stone made a surprise appearance on last night's season premiere of Saturday Night Live, where she interrupted Ryan Gosling's monologue to help poke fun at their movie La La Land.

Reprising their roles as alien abductees, Gosling, Cecily Strong, and Kate McKinnon star in "Another Close Encounter". With some great sketches and unbelievable Jay-Z performances, it was the SNL we know and love.

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Having kicked off the latest series of Saturday Night Live last night, rapper/producer Jay-Z and his new best buddy, host Ryan Gosling, invited their leadings ladies on a night out to celebrate their successful show and, yes, it was every bit as handsome of a union as you'd imagine it to be.

On a lighter subject, Ryan Gosling laughed and laughed and laughed his way through this season premiere, which wound up being a pretty charming sight as the cast tried to keep him on track.

Did this performance force me to go and buy 4:44 on iTunes?

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His previous hosting gig earned solid reviews, especially for a sketch in which Gosling himself had trouble keeping composure. "I believe that everything that happens in life is for your greatest good, and I don't think that this is happening if we weren't prepared to handle it", he said.

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Well, except jazz. Because Ryan Gosling saved it.

And if you just really hate Papyrus, Avatar, or both, or just pretentious filmmaking in general, then you can rest easy knowing SNL's got your back. It's weird and definitely the last night sketch that is kind of a throwaway. With three new cast members, three featured cast members moving ahead to their sophomore season, and seven brand new writers, the show seamlessly transitioned into a Season 43 that matched its previous season in tone.

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