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John Mulaney announces return to Saturday Night Live for Halloween special

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John Mulaney is returning for a fourth stint on the show (Picture: NBC)

John Mulaney is making a return to Saturday Night Live for the fourth season in a row – just in time for Halloween.

The comedian, who was previously a writer on the long-running show, will be taking over from Adele, whose first time in the hosting spot went down a treat this weekend.

His previous hosting spots have created some of the most classic sketches in recent memory – mainly down to his weird musical numbers.

With a lobster recreating his life story in a Les Mis-style after he’s ordered at a diner, to the showtune cockroaches performing in a bodega bathroom, it’s definitely one to remember.

He’s also known to have a-list guests drop in for cameos – with Jake Gyllenhaal doing so literally earlier this year, flying through the sky in an uncomfortable looking harness in third musical, Airport Sushi.

The Strokes will be joining him as the musical guests this time around.

The series is currently in its record 46th season, and continues to parody pop culture and politics with its slapstick sense of humour.

Mulaney’s episode – the fifth of the season so far – will be the final episode before the US Presidential election, so holds even more significance.

Alec Baldwin has been making repeat appearances as Donald Trump, while Jim Carrey joined the show this year as Democratic nominee, Joe Biden.

Kate McKinnon has been appearing as Rudy Guiliani, with Maya Rudolph playing Biden’s vice presidential candidate, Kamala Harris.

Saturday Night Live airs weekly on NBC.

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