Meet Spocko, a 'Vulcan From Queens' in SNL's Lost Star Trek Episode

Chris Pine and Kate McKinnon

Leading the charge of lighthearted play was handsome Star Trek star Chris Pine, who danced and sang for the crowd from the beginning of the show to the end in his first time has host.

Tricked you, didn't he?

In an effort to prove his identity and individuality from Pratt, Pine brought out Leslie Jones, an apparent Chris Pine Super Fan, who has seen all of his movies. "You know I'm a Vulcan, but I'm very direct sometimes".

In the second fully live broadcast in SNL history, Chris Pine made his debut as host in what was perhaps one of the most musical episodes in recent memory - no fewer than seven sketches involved music in some way.

"Thank you, Thor", she said, referring to Hemsworth's Marvel Comics character, as she walked away.

"What we heard was that people didn't want any more diversity". He explains it all to you set to the tune of "Uptown Girl" by Billy Joel!

No, he's not in "Guardians of the Galaxy". "It's called Guardians of the Galaxy".

Employees (Chris Pine, Kenan Thompson, Beck Bennett, Alex Moffat, Bobby Moynihan) reluctantly admit they all love RuPaul's Drag Race.

Watch video of Chris Pine's SNL monologue when it becomes available. Though one big difference is that Pine is the only Chris who appears in the DCEU (so far).

You can catch Pine in Wonder Woman when it hits theaters on June 2, 2017.

Even though this is Pine's first time hosting "SNL", he reminds the audience that he actually had a walk-on cameo on "Weekend Update" back in 2009 to promote his first "Star Trek" film. I'm six feet tall and Chris Evans...

That star system is largely a thing of the past and where there were once standalone giants - shimmering, glowing stars in the cinema firmament, even - we now have a slate of (largely interchangeable) nice white men. Jost offered. "Never say that again", Jones insisted with her signature gravitas and intensity.

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