'Saturday Night Live': Kanye West, Bryan Cranston get a warning



It's a curious pairing for the Oct. 2 "Saturday Night Live," but we're intrigued enough to tune in.

Emmy "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston, who plays a meth dealer on his acclaimed AMC show, will host, while notorious rapper-producer Kanye Westacts as musical guest.

These clips aren't the most hilarious, but Jason Sudeikis gives it a whirl. Besides, Kanye doesn't say anything here, but we're expecting him to have plenty to say on the show, at least if he performs "Runaway," that odd tribute to scumbags that he debuted on the MTV Video Music Awards. We'd also love a skit about the over-the-top, cinematic music video that accompanies "Runaway."

As for Cranston, this is the first time he's hosted, so we're not really sure what to expect. Greatness? A "Malcolm in the Middle" reference or cameo by Frankie Muniz (where is that kid nowadays?).

Are you going to watch?

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