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Hillary Busis
March 12, 2013 AT 05:43 PM EDT

The last time Vince Vaughn hosted SNL, Jimmy Fallon had just joined the show’s cast, President Clinton had not yet been impeached, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill was the country’s hottest album, and “Oops! I Crapped My Pants” was still new and exciting.

Talk of how much the world has changed since 1998 is sure to crop up April 13, when Vaughn returns to host Saturday Night Live for the second time. The Wedding Crashers star will be promoting The Internship, a comedy with Owen Wilson that opens June 7. Vaughn will be joined by first time musical guest Miguel, the singer/producer whose track “Adorn” won a Grammy for best R&B song in February.

Don’t remember a young Vaughn’s first outing as SNL host? For shame! Here’s a clip of the actor encountering the lascivious Alfred Hitchcock (Darrell Hammond) in his monologue:

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