"Saturday Night Live" wouldn't miss spoofing the event that makes the headlines lately, NBC's mess with its talk shows. The variety show's regulars Fred Armisen, Darrell Hammond, Bill Hader and Jason Sudekis dressed up as Larry King, Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien and David Letterman in respective order to discuss about the time shift between "The Jay Leno Show" and "The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien".
The January 16 episode also took a jab at "Avatar" which is still number one in the U.S. box office this week. The sketch sees Hader as Jake Sully, being sent to Pandora to begin the mating process with Neytiri. This would be the spoof to the sex scene of "Avatar" which director James Cameron axed to keep the PG-13 rating.
Sigourney Weaver who plays in the actual movie assisted in the "Avatar" sketch as her role of Dr. Grace. Beside being a host, she also appeared in several other sketches. One of the them sees her in the "Alien" character Ellen Ripley, rescuing Hader and Andy Samberg from "Laser Cats". This is supposedly a Cameron movie which is pitched to a producer.