October 25, 2010 03:10:57 GMT
The host also played a cool 'Dream Home Extreme' winner, a disbelieving teenager and a high school girl who raps with a grape jelly patch.
Emma Stone, despite her age and her relatively new career in movie, managed to pull a performance on "Saturday Night Live". The 21-year-old opened the show with a monologue where she takes questions from fake audience and talks a lot about being a hot host. Taran Killam and Bobby Moynihan backed her up with an impersonation of Stone's "Superbad" co-stars Michael Cera and Jonah Hill respectively.
Stone took part in a spoof of "The View", playing Lindsay Lohan who was made a guest on the talk show. Joy Behar, Barbara Walters, Whoopi Goldberg and Elisabeth Hasselbeck were played by "SNL" regulars Fred Armisen, Nasim Pedrad, Kenan Thompson and Kristen Wiig respectively.
Having the same hair color to Lohan, Stone joked about the troubled star's latest legal case. "I'm way to busy to go to jail. I have a career, I'm just going to tell them that, they'll totally get it," Stone playing Lohan said in reference to the court order. "I have way too much going on. I've got a movie career, I've got a fashion line, I've got photoshoots and I'm starting a perfume line."
In another sketch, she shared screen with Wiig in "Dream Home Extreme" where Stone is winner of a new dream home but doesn't appear too excited like other past winners. Meanwhile, there was a digital short of Stone portraying a high school girl who keeps tripping on a grape jelly patch and breaks her arm.
And then she also played a supporting role in Bill Hader-focused sketch about a reporter investigating on a new phenomenon happening to a town's youths. Stone later teamed up with Thompson in a sketch about budget Halloween costumes and with Pedrad as well as Andy Samberg in sketch about a teenager who thinks her brother knows everything.