If you didn't get your fill of Betty White on 'SNL' this weekend, NBC has released sketches that never made it onto the live broadcast due to time constraints.
One skit the network cut was 'Debbie Downer,' which stars Rachel Dratch as everyone's favorite hypochondriac. The skit shows a group of women enjoying a lingerie party -- until Debbie shows up.
In another un-aired skit, 'Bronx Beat,' Amy Poehler and Maya Rudolph's characters are Bronx talk show hosts when Betty White comes on as a guest for Mother's Day. Next, Ana Gasteyer and Molly Shannon do another talk show skit called 'Pretty Living. (White comes in at the 3 minute mark.)
White, 88, landed the 'SNL' hosting gig after a successful viral campaign was launched by Facebook fans. She even gave them a shout-out during her opening monologue.
"I really have to thank Facebook ... I didn't know what Facebook was, and now that I do know what it is, it sounds like a huge waste of time. I would never think that people on it are losers, but that's only because I'm polite," White joked. "At my age, if I want to connect with old friends, I need a Ouija board. Facebook just sounds like a drag. In my day, seeing pictures of people's vacations was considered a punishment."
White's first night hosting 'SNL' scored NBC its highest ratings in 18 months, according to Nielsen (via NY Daily News).
The Mother's Day-themed episode also brought back past cast members Molly Shannon, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch and Ana Gasteyer.