Trying out a new experience away from the rough and tough gridiron action in which he excels, Eli Manning talked about his recent Super Bowl championship victory to start off his hosting efforts on yesterday's (May 5) episode of "Saturday Night Live".
The 31-year-old New York Giants QB took the Studio 8H stage while explaining that he's a "real" New Yorker, proceeding to take questions about the Big Apple from audience members - of which he offered up some quite interesting answers.
During the course of the show, a favorite clip was "Little Brothers" - which was a faux ad for Eli's "Little Brothers" program that saw the sports star aiding tortured younger siblings, as he warned one of the elder children, "I'm your worst f***ing nightmare."
Another highlight of the well-received installment of "SNL" included a tribute to the late Adam Yauch, as the program showed a clip from the Beastie Boys' appearance on the show in which they performed their hit song "Sure Shot".
Joining Eli on last night's "Saturday Night Live" was musical guest Rihanna, who treated viewers to renditions of "Talk That Talk" and "Where Have You Been" during the course of the episode.