Natasha Lyonne Has That "Columbo Voice" On Saturday Night Live

Natasha Lyonne Has That "Columbo Voice" On Saturday Night Live

Look, no matter how difficult you will get us to accept that NBC''s is wrapping up Season 47 this weekend. It''s too late and we suck at goodbyes, so we''ll do everything we always do and ignore it until we have no choice but to face it. This weekend''s host Natasha Lyonne () and musical guest Japanese Breakfast are just bringing the message out there and say that we fully support Lyonne over Mark Ruffalo for a new remake and reboot. We had Ruffal

Here''s a look at Lyonne, Japanese Breakfast, Thompson, and McKinnon from this evening''s on-set promo, with Thompson and McKinnon sharing their opinions on Lyonne''s sound.

Here''s an example of Lyonne from SNL''s read-thru yesterday, which might arguably guide us to the best read-thru image pose of anyone this season:

Saturday Night Live has shared a post via Twitter (@nbcsnl).

This week''s promotional box week for Season 47 will be released on Tuesday morning: Lyonne & Japanese Breakfast

And in case you missed it, here''s a look at the most recent "Weekend Update" in full (and yes, it includes Sarah Sherman with the best moment of the episode):

Lorne Michaels, who stars alongside host Gayle King on Saturday''s show, revealed that he had thought of retiring and thought it was a "really good time to leave." But first and foremost, his commitment is to watch the show celebrate its 50th anniversary, which is in three years. "I''d like to see that through, and I have a feeling that''d be a good time to leave."

"I won''t want the show to be bad. I''m too concerned about it," he said. While Michaels was chastised to discuss things that would not happen for three years, he admitted when it comes to who will take on the role next that they have "a sense of where we''re headed."

Aidy Bryant, Michael Che, Pete Davidson, Chloe Fineman, Heidi Gardner, Colin Jost, Alex Moffat, Kyle Mooney, Cecily Strong, Kenan Thompson, and Bowen Yang are featured in NBC''s Season 47 adaptation; players include the returning Andrew Dismukes andPunkie Johnson, as well as new players Aristotle Athari (), James Austin Johnson ().

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