Adam Levine hosted SNL last night with musical guest Kendrick Lamar. Missed the show? Check out these highlights!

Adam Levine hosted Saturday Night Live as another musician-turned-actor, but he more than proved that he can hold his own as an actor as well as a comedian. Levine appeared in a wide range of sketches that showcased his many talents.

Though Andy Samberg left SNL after last season, The Lonely Island did return this week, and what a return it was. The group’s new song “YOLO” reminded us how much SNL misses Samberg and his work with the digital shorts. Samberg also appeared in the monologue as a coach for host Levine alongside Cameron Diaz and Jerry Seinfeld.

Kendrick Lamar was the musical guest and performed “Swimming Pools (Drank)” and “Poetic Justice,” two of the singles off of his album released in October, Good Kid, M.A.A.D City.

Sketch of the night

Sopranos Diaries

YouTube version

The Good

Firehouse Incident

Adam Levine Monologue

Obama and MLK Cold Open

Battle of the bands

The sketch that featured Maroon 5, Train, Patrick Monahan, Jason Mraz, and John Mayer in a rumble (dance-off) has not made it online due to copyright of the music included in the sketch.

The Gay show

Digital Short: YOLO

The Okay

Weekend Update: Ray Lewis

Biden Bash

Rosetta Stone

The Bad

Adam and Janet

Weekend Update: Arianna Huffington

Catfish

Kendrick Lamar

“Swimming Pools”

“Poetic Justice”