Not sure why SNL felt this was the right week for Edward Norton to make his hosting debut, considering all he did in 2013 was an episode of The Simpsons and he doesn't have a movie coming out until The Grand Budapest Hotel in 2014. However, in spite of this or maybe because of it, we're pretty excited. If he's going to go through the trouble of getting on the show without something to promote, he must be prepared to really give it his all. It will also be a perfect time for all the writers to bust out the Death to Smoochy parodies they've had in their back pockets.
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