Fred Armisen and Jason Sudeikis Reportedly Leaving ‘SNL’ Alongside Bill Hader

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The world found out earlier this week that this week’s  Saturday Night Live hosted by Ben Affleck will not only mark the end of the 38th season, but that of Bill Hader’s tenure on the show. To add insult to Stefan’s injury, it will also reportedly be the final episode for Fred Armisen‘s and Jason Sudeikis as well. 

According to the always-reliable New York Post, Armisen, who has been on SNL for 11 seasons now is set to exit, and Sudeikis, the boy who cried departure has been on for eight seasons, will “probably” go, too. 

Both Armisen and Sudeikis (pictured above as President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden) have undeniably moved from the forefront to the background over the past couple of years (Armisen has seemed to put all of his energy into his IFC cult hit Portlandia, while Sudeikis has focused on his movie career), but those very same background skills will be sorely missed in the “What Up With That?” sketch. 

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