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February 15, 2009

SNL: Why using Nintendo Wii is like ... you know

Original "Saturday Night Live" castmember Dan Aykroyd made a surprise guest appearance on the NBC comedy program last night. Aykroyd was in the opening sketch, which took on Republican resistance to Barack Obama's agenda. Now, you'd expect that to be the standout moment, but it was serial SNL host Alec Baldwin who will likely get the most online pickup for the network in a segment mocking spastic Wii gamers. The sketch plays like a sequel to his classic NPR-"Schweddy balls" skit. Both Baldwin and Aykroyd's clips below.

And here's the rather on-the-nose Akroyd skit:


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