If you can't get no satisfaction on Saturday, May 19, perhaps you should tune in to NBC to see Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger host Saturday Night Live for the first time. Jagger, 68, will also be the night's musical guest, which he has done twice before.

But there are two more episodes of the sketch comedy show before Jagger's season finale: Saturday's episode, to be hosted by New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning, and the May 12 show, hosted by Will Ferrell.

Think Jagger has the comedic chops to pull of SNL? You might be surprised. Former SNL cast member Rachel Dratch told us that some of the best fun to be had is when a non-comedian or non-actor steps in as host. "[When] you have the random ones — a politician or an athlete … Those are always really fun, because if you get some Oscar-winner they like really want to be good, but if you get a politician or athlete, they just like, 'I am just here to have fun,'" Dratch said in our exclusive interview. "They just end up being really funny."

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