Jonah Hill Hosts ‘Saturday Night Live,’ The Weeknd Makes Surprise Appearance

Not quite king of the hill. Jonah Hill hosted the March 5 episode of Saturday Night Live, but the 21 Jump Street actor failed to make a big impression on audiences.

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Jonah Hill hosts 'Saturday Night Live' on March 5, 2016, in New York City. Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

Hill, 32, kicked off the night with a monologue that involved him getting into a small spat with SNL cast member Kyle Mooney.

“Hey, Jonah, medium fan … I was wondering what it’s like to be a big movie star. Could you ask one of your friends?” Mooney asked, prompting Hill to fall on the sword and take some serious ribbing throughout the rest of the night. This was the comedian’s fourth time hosting the show.

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A big part of the night involved references to the recent Republican debates, in which GOP frontrunner Donald Trump was skewered in an SNL short about “Racists for Trump.”

In the sketch, a number of mild-mannered voters talk about all the reasons why they’re voting for Trump (“He’s the only one who's actually created jobs”) before it’s revealed that each of them is blatantly racist — Klan members, members of the Nazi party or just a regular ole painter writing “WHITE POWER” on the side of a house.

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Future and The Weeknd perform on 'Saturday Night Live' on March 5, 2016, in New York City. NBC

The musical guest for the night, Future, brought out a special surprise performer when he took to the stage: Abel Tesfaye, a.k.a. The Weeknd.

Hill even got into the mix at one point, joining Future to rap a verse of "Jumpman."

“You know you can’t say any of the N words?” Future asked Hill.

Watch some of the best moments from the show in the clip above!

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