Bobby Moynihan on his dream "SNL" hosts

One of the most exciting if sometimes nerve-wracking features of "Saturday Night Live" is its ever-changing cast. Over the last three seasons, Bill Hader, Jason Sudeikis, Fred Armisen, Andy Samberg and Kristen Wiig have left the NBC show. But one member who you can look forward to seeing again in season 39 is Bobby Moynihan.

Moynihan is returning to "SNL" this fall for his fifth season. The 36-year-old actor/comdian has brought us such crowd favorites as "Drunk Uncle" and misguided reporter Anthony Crispino, and with so many classic impressions and characters thus far, we can't wait to see what's next.

On "Five Questions," we sit down with Moynihan to discuss his rise to comedic stardom, which includes nine years at Uno's Pizzeria, which inspired Mark Payne, his character who is coincidentally an Uno's waiter. He also fills us in on his dream hosts, a few sketch ideas that weren't, ahem, acceptable, and his tips for the aspiring comic. Check out the video above.