Aubrey Plaza took over Studio 8H at 30 Rockefeller Center as the host of Saturday Night Live, reliving her past as an NBC Studios side and meeting some familiar faces.
During her monologue, Plaza told the audience that she was from Deleware and was “actually voted most famous person” from that state, ousting President Joe Biden.
“It’s a fact and he was mad, he was angry,” she said.
Plaza said Biden sent her a video saying, “Aubrey, you’re the most famous person from Deleware, and there’s no question about that. We’re just grateful you made it out of White Lotus alive.”
The actress then recalled being a page at 30 Rock during her college years, saying, “I worked with the set design team here at SNL — the guys who make all these amazing sets for the show — and I gotta tell you, they win Emmys, they win Tonys, they’re some of the baddest perverts I’ve ever met, and I’m a freak.”
Recalling that as a page she would also give tours of NBC studios, Plaza went on to give a tour of Studio 8H. Two sides came on stage and gave Plaza their blazers and told them they “will be hosting SNL one day,” then added, “Yeah, right.”
When giving the tour of the studio, Plaza gave false facts about the facility, saying the studio was built by William Shakespeare in 1599. In one moment, she met Kenan Thompson, who asked her about his Starbucks order he had asked for in 2004.
Plaza then taunted the tourists, who asked her if they would see a celebrity during the tour, and when she went to the set design department, she met fellow Parks & Recreation colleague Amy Poehler. The crowd went wild and both stars hugged.
Watch the segment above.