Entertainment Alec Baldwin relives past ‘SNL’ appearances in new trailer In this new promo released three days ahead of his Feb. 11 hosting gig on "Saturday Night Live," Alec Baldwin walks down memory lane. (Credit: Saturday Night Live) By Andy Edelstein email@example.com February 8, 2017 3:19 PM Print Share Share Tweet Share Email Alec Baldwin — who’ll host “Saturday Night Live” for a record 17th time this weekend — waxes nostalgic in a new black-and-white trailer released Wednesday by NBC. “This was my home,” Baldwin says as he walks the halls of Studio 8H. “This was my heartbeat. It feels like so many lifetimes ago.” As he strolls, we see bits of footage from his other times as host. “I thought I had said goodbye, but the pull of fate is undeniable. So I must return, I must find the strength to . . .” Suddenly, “SNL” regular Vanessa Bayer interrupts, reminding the Massapequa-raised actor that he hasn’t really been gone that long from the show — especially since he started portraying Donald Trump last year. “You were just here yesterday . . . It’s not a big deal,” she says. “Oh, it’s a big deal,” he replies. By Andy Edelstein firstname.lastname@example.org Andy Edelstein, Newsday's entertainment editor, supervises coverage of TV, celebrities, movies and pop music. He has written three books on popular culture, including "The Brady Bunch Book." Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.