Sarah Palin. Clint Eastwood. Bill Clinton. Nicolas Cage. What do they possibly have in common?
Answer: Seth Meyers really, really wishes they would run for president this term instead of Romney or Obama. He's spoken before about the challenges "Saturday Night Live" has faced in covering those candidates, and we can't deny that we, too, would love to see any of those four in the White House. For comedy purposes, of course.
Of course, if Obama and Romney agree to come on "SNL" during this election cycle, like Meyers requests, we're sure he'll find something fun to do with them.
"SNL" is airing its second (and last) primetime election special tonight at 8 p.m. on NBC.