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Bob Kerrey, a Democratic candidate for a Senate seat in Nebraska, tours the Benson neighborhood in Omaha with his wife, former Saturday Night Live writer Sarah Paley, and Henry, his son. Mr. Kerrey has described Ms. Paley as a "comedian." (Associated Press)

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Bob Kerrey, a Democratic candidate for a Senate seat in Nebraska, tours the Benson neighborhood in Omaha with his wife, former Saturday Night Live writer Sarah Paley, and Henry, his son. Mr. Kerrey has described Ms. Paley as a "comedian." (Associated Press)

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Mick Jagger was the host when "Saturday Night Live" bid farewell to Kristen Wiig, who got a kiss after her dance with the Rolling Stones' icon and then spun through numbers with members of the SNL cast and the show's creator, Lorne Michaels. (NBC via Associated Press)

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Mick Jagger was the host when "Saturday Night Live" bid farewell to Kristen Wiig, who got a kiss after her dance with the Rolling Stones' icon and then spun through numbers with members of the SNL cast and the show's creator, Lorne Michaels. (NBC via Associated Press)

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New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning (left), with brother Peyton Manning, will host "Saturday Night Live" this week after turning down a chance to do so four years ago. (Associated Press)

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New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning (left), with brother Peyton Manning, will host "Saturday Night Live" this week after turning down a chance to do so four years ago. (Associated Press)

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** FILE ** Actress Betty White, 88, became a five-time Emmy winner Saturday when she received the award for her turn as host of "Saturday Night Live" in May.