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SNL: Tina Fey, Amy Poehler Weekend Update return hits the last two jokes of 2015



Former Weekend Update anchors Tina Fey and Amy Poehler made a return to the desk as they hosted Saturday Night Live this week, where they delivered the final two jokes of 2015. 

The first came from Fey: “Parents in Connecticut were upset after an elementary school teacher had students in her class change the lyrics of ‘Silent Night’ from ‘holy night’ to ‘solstice night.’ Worse, she changed the name ‘Virgin Mary’ to ‘Over-the-Jeans Mary.'”

And the second came from Poehler: “New York City police said that this year’s sex crimes on the subway, such as groping and flashing, have jumped nearly 20 percent. What can I say? I had a good year.” 

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SNL won’t return until after the new year, but we can already look forward to Adam Driver’s hosting turn. Plus, you can see Fey and Poehler in theaters with their new movie, Sisters