Superstar Actress Molly Shannon Makes Her SNL Comeback

After a long break, the irrepressible Molly Shannon hosted Saturday Night Live this week.

After reading her childhood memoir Hello Molly, about losing her mother and sister in a car accident at four years old, you know how badly it hurts.

Shannon looked lovingly at the crowd, empathizing with individuals ashamed by their Instagram addiction, codependency, or private pleasure in others' suffering.

Shannon was joined on stage by Kenan Thompson, who has a Rolex addiction; Andrew Dismukes, who dresses like a guy;

Chloe Fineman, who lies about a peanut allergy for attention; Bowen Yang, who is drawn to his therapist; and Ego Nwodim, who complains of Covid and coughs in your face.

As she informed the audience, her dad taught her at an early age to keep her chin up, so she broke into a winning rendition of "Everything's Coming Up Roses," with room in the song Ethel Merman made famous for everyone's concerns.