Utilizing her musical talents to kick off the show, Zooey Deschanel offered up a sweet song to begin her hosting efforts on yesterday's (February 11) episode of "Saturday Night Live".
The "New Girl" actress' monologue saw her greet the studio audience and viewers at home with a ditty about the upcoming Valentine's Day holiday - with the lyrics based upon the unfortunate situation in which only one half of a couple remembers the lovers' holiday is taking place.
During the course of the show, a favorite clip was a Weekend Update sketch titled "Get In The Cage" in which Nicolas Cage is joined by his clone, Nicolas Cage to talk about the industry and future projects.
Other segments included a Mitt Romney Primaries Cold Open in which the GOP hopeful gives his thoughts on the results of the Colorado, Missouri and Minnesota primaries, as well as clips like Patio Party, Newspaper and a three part Clint Eastwood Chrysler ad.
Joining Zooey on last night's "Saturday Night Live" was musical Karmin, as the pop music duo consisting of Amy Heidemann and Nick Noonan offered up performances of their songs "I Told You So" and "Broken Hearted" during the course of the show.