Saturday Night Live can't seem to get enough of Melissa McCarthy...and neither can we.
After rocking the show during her first hosting stint last year, the superstar comedienne returned to the late night laugher this week, making quite the entrance in towering sparkly heels.
Slowly making her way towards the front of the stage, saying "I should've tried these shoes on," the Identity Thief star eventually took a tumble, just in time for her rehearsed dance number with Taran Killam (which she performed on her knees).
"My quads are seizing up," McCarthy said. "They told me make sure you practice in your shoes, and I said ‘what? I live in heels,' which wasn't honest. I'm primarily in a Croc."
And then it was time for the show.
In the midst of the controversy surrounding fired Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice, we meet Middle Delaware State coach Sheila Kelly (McCarthy) and get a glimpse at her "reign of terror."
And let's just say Rice has nothing on this gal.
The obnoxious, non-stop cursing women's basketball coach throws bricks and toasters at the team, shoots t-shirt guns at them, forces her players to serve her meals, and tases them (and their teachers when they get in the way), among many other things.
McCarthy continued to bring on the funny in a parody of The Voice, in which she played an out-of-tune contestant. Adam Levine (Bill Hader), Usher (Jay Pharoah), Shakira (Kate McKinnon), and Blake Shelton (Jason Sudeikis) were all on hand to weigh in on the McCarthy's singing skills, with Hader and Pharoah totally nailing their respective impersonations.
Then, in "Honey Baked Ham Bake Off," McCarthy was back, playing an over-talkative baker who really wanted to get her point across about her passion for pork.
Speaking of food, McCarthy played Barb in "Pizza Business," heading to a bank to try to get a loan to support her eating leftover pizza business—which essentially, is her eating people's leftover pizza.
"They told me do what you love and the money will follow, so I said, ‘Barb, you love eating pizza. You're gonna make two/three million dollars," Barb told the loan officer (Sudeikis).
McCarthy played several other roles in various sketches throughout the show, including a Vanna-White esque character on "Wheel of Fortune" parody "Million Dollar Wheel," and a participant on a 90's dating video (with the hair to match).
But, she wasn't the only star that hit the show.
Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage was also in tow, popping up as "Peter Drunklage" on "Weekend Update" alongside Drunk Uncle (Bobby Moynihan), slurring his speech with a glass of liquor in his hand.
"You know what's in my tumbler? Regret," Dinklage said, before playing a game of Marco Rubio (instead of Marco Polo) with Drunk Uncle.
"I wish IRS stood for "Immigration Return Services," he went on.
Phoenix was also on hand to perform "Entertainment" and "Trying to Be Cool."
So, tell us, what did you think of McCarthy's second hosting stint?
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