Lindsay Lohan returned to studio 8H for her fourth hosting stint on "Saturday Night Live" on March 3. She previously hosted episodes in 2004, 2005 and 2006 and there was some "comeback" hype behind her appearance on the show.
In an earlier interview with "The Today Show" co-host Matt Lauer, Lohan said, "I still need to go through the process of proving myself, you know, with 'SNL,' being on time, being, you know, keeping my can't say the word but stuff together."
So with the pressure to prove herself with her "Saturday Night Live" hosting gig, Lohan and the "Saturday Night Live" cast and crew poked fun at her legal troubles a few times. First during her opening monologue - where she was patted down by Kristen Wiig - and during "Scared Straight" sketch, in which she played herself as a prison mate trying to talk to troubled teens. The two clips can be seen below.
For many other skits, Lohan played more of a supporting character rather than taking lead. Lohan also played Rapunzel in a "Real Housewives" spoof sketch featuring Disney Princesses. Wiig played a boozed up version of Cinderella.
"Mad Men" star Jon Hamm also stopped by as a pretend back-up host for the show during the opening monologue and turned out to be the father of Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi's rumored baby on the "Weekend Update" segment.
Musical guest Jack White, who is perhaps best known as the lead singer and guitarist of The White Stripes, performed two songs off his solo debut including a single called "Love Interruption."
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