Seth Meyers: When President Obama met with England's Queen Elizabeth he presented her with an iPod loaded with broadway songs, while she gave the Obamas a silver-framed photo of herself and Prince Phillip. So congratulations on having no winners in that gift exchange. When I think of things an 83-year-old super-rich British woman would want an iPod is pretty far down the list, right between "bus pass" and "sneakers with wheels on the bottom," and when I think of things a 47-year-old super-cool black man would want a picture of an 83 year-old super-rich British lady is dead last. You both have to step it up. Obama- first DVDs for the Prime Minister and now this. I'm not saying it's easy buying a gift for the queen. She wears the same outfit everyday and her only hobby is waving. But if you're looking for gift ideas for foreign leaders maybe check with the state department and not Sasha and Malia. This is an audience with the Queen of England, not the third night of Hanukkah. And while we're at it, Queen of England, a picture of yourself is not a good gift. It's like saying, "if you liked having this quiet awkward exchange with me, imagine if it never ended." In short, let's remember you're world leaders, not secret santas.
Seth Meyers: It has been rumored that during his first concert in London this summer, Michael Jackson's son Prince Michael I will make a surprise appearance on stage, where it's expected he will point to his dad and tell the police officer accompanying him, "That's the guy."
Seth Meyers: It was reported this week that a man who was proposing to his girlfriend on the Brooklyn Bridge dropped the ring, causing it to fall to the road below. The story has a happy ending though... the man didn't have to get engaged.
Sketches not shown in the 60 minute version: the Rod Blagojevich segment on Weekend Update, "Spaceships, Toddlers, Model-T Cars, Jars of Beer: Easter Edition," "Milestone High," "Save the Funnies," "Like a Boss" (Digital Short), "Office Presentation," and Phoenix's performance of "1901."
Latin America: July 11, 2009 on Sony Entertainment Television (a.k.a. Canal Sony).
Sketches cut after dress rehearsal: the president of GM (Jason Sudiekis) gives his farewell address, only to be pelted with car parts; following his arrest, the Shamwow spokesman (Bill Hader) tries to sell his items to an unwanting customer (Casey Wilson); a bevy of unattractive actresses (Casey Wilson, Michaela Watkins, Kristin Wiig) peak the interest of a movie director (Seth Rogen); a caveman teacher (Seth Rogen) tells what happened to his cavemen students; and on Weekend Update, two astronauts (Will Forte, Bill Hader) give a commentary.
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