Emma Stone showed her support to boyfriend Andrew Garfield when he hosted "Saturday Night Live" on May 3. The movie beauty joined him onstage as he delivered his monologue, giving him some comedy tips.
The Gwen Stacy depicter also appeared in a sketch where she and her "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" co-star Garfield filmed a kissing scene. Somehow, they couldn't get their kiss right and the desperate director, played by Taran Killam, accepted Chris Martin's offer to step in to replace Stone. The Coldplay frontman managed to deliver a more convincing kissing scene with Garfield.
On the heels of "24: Live Another Day" premiere on FOX, "SNL" spoofed the miniseries with Kiefer Sutherland and Mary Lynn Rajskub making surprise appearance to reprise their "24" roles as Jack Bauer and Chloe O'Brian respectively.
Donald Sterling's alleged racist remarks also became one of the jokes of the episode. Bobby Moynihan portrayed the L.A. Clippers owner who held a press conference to address the issue. He tried to apologize and hoped to repair his relationship with the black community, "especially Magic Johnson, who is clearly one of the good ones," but ended up making more racist comments.
The episode hosted by "The Amazing Spider-Man" actor averaged a 2.0 adults 18-49 rating in the 25 markets with local people meters, slightly below the previous episode hosted by Seth Rogen (a 2.1 rating). Martin and his band served as musical guest that night, singing "Magic" and "A Sky Full of Stars".
Andrew Garfield Monologue:
"24: Live Another Day" Spoof:
Donald Sterling Press Conference Cold Open: