Actor Matt Damon was funny – and emotional – when he remembered that he had tried to stay up late with his brother when they were boys to see "Saturday Night Live" with their dad.
This time the "SNL" host – who last led the show 16 years ago as a director – said his own four children stayed up late to see him . He joked that his eight-year-old daughter first wanted to know who was hosting – and which musical guest appeared (Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson with a surprise appearance by Sean Ono Lennon). Damon said his brother in Boston and his two boys were also watching.
Damon spoke in astonishment that he had seen the program with his father, who had died last year.
"When I grew up, my brother and I went to my dad's house every other weekend, and he told us if he could stay up until 1
He said his father understood that "there is nothing more important in the world than to laugh with the people who You love. Damon then struck, all the mothers and fathers who had their children staying up late for the right reasons. Cheers. "
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