The Best Moments From Seth MacFarlane On ‘SNL’ Brandon Caldwell September 17, 2012 TV/Movies It’s been 38 seasons but Saturday Night Live still chugs on with an influx of new talent, characters and hosts. Saturday’s season premiere was capped off by Frank Ocean’s dual performances but the show itself was pretty good from a ranking perspective. Jay Pharaoh led the opening with his new Barack Obama impersonation and nailed all the mannerisms, Jason Suedekis absolutely showing how out of touch Mitt Romney is to a certain sect of people, Bill Hader, probably SNL’s most underrated cast member for the past four seasons or so absolutely stole the scene with his PTD hand puppet and Seth MacFarlane not only did plenty of his ‘Family Guy’ voices, he also did a pretty damn good Ryan Lochte too. Cold Open Monologue Eastwood … And Chair Puppet Class Ryan Lochte Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.