Tina Fey returned to Saturday Night Live last night for its season opener, and to the surprise of no one, stole the show at her old NBC stomping grounds.
"How am I going to demand the best table at subway if I don't have a TV show?" Fey deadpanned of her SNL encore during a classic opening monologue.
On an episode that featured an Aaron Paul cameo and six new cast members, the star of the show was still Fey, who was a fixture on SNL for nine years.
The comedienne took on the HBO show Girls, joining the core four as Blerta, the girl from Albania with a rubber hand and OCD (Old Cow Disease):
She then played New Cast Member or Arcade Fire, in which she was asked to differentiate SNL's fresh faces from members of the night's musical ensemble:
Then, she passed the baton to Cecily Strong on the weekly segment she once co-anchored, offering some pearls of wisdom for the latest faux news anchor.
"Keep your feet on the ground, keep reaching for the stars, believe in your nightmares," Fey told Strong, who will hold down her old seat at the desk:
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