Daniel Craig hosted this weekend’s “Saturday Night Live” for the first time.
The “James Bond” actor, known for his action movies, opened the show by saying how excited he was to finally be doing some comedy.
“I’m thrilled to be doing a comedy show, because I love comedy. Lately I’ve been doing movies with not a lot of laughs in them,” Craig said.
The rest of his monologue featured a “In Memoriam” video for all of the people he has killed in movies, such as a sound engineer for “The Adventures of Tintin” that he used to make an example of for everyone else on the crew.
This weekend’s episode also included a fake promo about the “lesser known” Bond girls such as Diane Keaton (Vanessa Bayer) in “Never Die Twice Tomorrow” and Lea Michele (Nasim Pedrad) in “Hippopotopussy.”
Check out the funny clip:
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