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Worst: Jason Sudeikis
Besides having perhaps one of the most uninteresting, flat and predictable "inject the host in the nominated movies" intros, the "SNL" regular seemed out of place most of the night. At times he was as biting as Ricky Gervais (not the right audience) and other times his jokes seemed like bad "SNL" bits. Someone like Seth Meyers would be a better host, but like Sudekis plays too old for the gig and has cornered the ESPY's gig (if that's something to be proud of). Of course, it's really hard to win hosting this show, even with low expectations. Only Ben Stiller, Mike Meyers (the first time), Jimmy Fallon have actually come away with kudos for their work. Sudekis wasn't the worst ever, but he might have landed a less desirable fate - most forgettable.