'SNL' 'Yolo' Digital Short Marks Return of Lonely Island (Video)

Greg Gilman
January 28, 2013

You only live once, so Andy Samberg and his Lonely Island cohorts returned to "Saturday Night Live" this weekend for their first Digital Short since Samberg left the show last May.

The comedy trio -- which includes Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer -- re-teamed with Maroon Five frontman and "Voice" coach Adam Levine and musical guest Kendrick Lamar. They made light of the phrase YOLO -- you only live once -- an acronym uttered by America's youth right before they make terrible decisions.

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It was also a return to digital shorts for Levine, who co-starred in the 2007 digital short "Iran So Far."

"Eastbound and Down" star Danny McBride also makes a special appearance in the music video that gives an entirely new, and perhaps more logical, meaning to the expression.

Watch the video:

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