Fascinating clip shows how 'Saturday Night Live' deconstructs its set so quickly

Ever wonder how "Saturday Night Live" manages to seamlessly flow between sketches during commercial breaks? Well, now you have your answer.

In a newly-released clip on YouTube, we get a rare look into how the "SNL" crew is able to deconstruct its sets so quickly, without its television audience having any idea how it happened.

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The clip, which features audio from producers and show runners, is from the latest episode of the NBC show and demonstrates how the behind-the-scenes crew -- all dressed head-to-toe in black -- makes the set disappear between the cold open and the opening monologue in 140 seconds.

Just as Alec Baldwin, John Goodman and Beck Bennett yell, "Live from New York, it's Saturday night!" they run off the stage as the opening credits play and the crew does its magic.

Watch the stressful, organized mayhem below:

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