Timothée Chalamet Hosts SNL: Watch Video of the Best & Worst Sketches

Saturday Night Live failed to deliver the one thing everyone wanted from Timothée Chalamet‘s hosting debut: A sketch opposite master impersonator Chloe Fineman.

Fineman made her mark last spring when she first impersonated the 24-year-old actor in a MasterClass parody, so it stood to reason that the two would “meet” last night. They could have done something that resembled Mick Jagger’s discussion with his mirror image, or Jerry Seinfeld’s debate with “Jerry Seinfeld,” but nope! (The fact that Fineman revived her impression in a sketch that also featured Chalamet, but not at the same time, was just cruel.)

Instead, Chalamet palled around with Pete Davidson (who first appeared in the opening monologue to share what he loves most about Christmas in New York City) and Beck Bennett (who played his father not once, not twice, but three times). He also appeared opposite a tiny stop-motion horse in a truly bizarre digital short.

The second-to-last show of 2020 also featured Kate McKinnon as Drs. Fauci and Wenowdis, and a pair of crowd-pleasing performances by musical guest Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band.

What sketches stood out this week? And what missed the mark? Grade Chalamet’s episode, then scroll down for all the highlights and lowlights.