Paul McCartney Rocks 'Saturday Night Live' With Beatles, Wings Classics
Paul McCartney Rocks 'Saturday Night Live' With Beatles, Wings Classics

Comedian Paul Rudd may have been the show's official host, but it was the other Paul that had made this weekend's "Saturday Night Live" an epic television experience.

Sir Paul McCartney brought his A-game to the SNL set on Dec. 11. Not only did Macca rock 30 Rock with five songs -- including Wings hits "Jet" and "Band on the Run," and Beatles' classics "A Day in the Life" and "Get Back," and John Lennon's anthem "Give Peace a Chance" -- he also flexed his comedic chops by getting silly with Rudd in the opening monologue, impersonating Camilla Parker-Bowles (Prince Charles' wife) during Weekend Update, and playing a tiny harmonica in an amusing digital short.

As Rudd said at the show's conclusion, "This won't be topped." Watch all of McCartney's performances and skits below, and tell us what you think. Need even more Macca? Check out his appearance on "The Jimmy Fallon Show" earlier this week.

Video: Paul McCartney Performs "A Day in the Life"/"Give Peace a Chance" on "Saturday Night Live"

Video: Paul McCartney Performs "Jet" on "Saturday Night Live"

Video: Paul McCartney Performs "Band on the Run" on "Saturday Night Live"

Video: Paul McCartney Performs "Get Back" on "Saturday Night Live"

Video: "Saturday Night Live" Opening Monologue

Video: "Saturday Night Live" Weekend Update

Video: "Saturday Night Live" Digital Short