Frequently due to time, or a host throwing in more ad-lib lines than scripted, the honchos at SNL will drop a sketch from the show. It happened again, with Louis at the 'helm', so to speak (You'll get the joke when you watch the video).
Wes Anderson's incredibly distinctive style has been parodied before, but rarely with the skill that 'SNL' and host Edward Norton displayed in the most recent episode of everyone's favorite comedy variety show. A pre-recorded bit, the fake trailer for 'The Midnight Coterie of Sinister Intruders,' imagines what an Anderson-directed horror movie would look like and the results are near perfect.
Last night's season finale of SNL was a huge deal. Not because Ben Affleck was hosting (although he was great), but because it was the final episode for Bill Hader and head writer/Weekend Update anchor Seth Meyers. The show had to send them off in style and that could only mean one thing: the final appearance of Stefon.
Although much of last night's SNL was fairly standard (albeit, very funny) stuff, there was one sketch where it felt like host Zach Galifiankis was allowed to run wild. The scene found the 'Hangover' star playing the host of a public access TV show about how to entertain guests in your home and...well...let's just say that you have to watch it.
Some SNL hosts just feel like they were born to be on that stage and Zach Galifiankis is one of them. Rather than do a traditional monologue, he performed six minutes of his oddball, avant garde stand-up comedy. It was a great reminder that he may be a big movie star now, but he's still one of the great modern comedians.
NBC's other major late-night force 'SNL' has very much stepped up its game in the last few outings, with this past Saturday's Melissa McCarthy-fronted turn proving almost as entertaining as her original stint in 2011. This Saturday however, upcoming 'The Internship' star Vince Vaughn will take the 'SNL' stage for the second time with musical guest Miguel, but will he rise to the challenge? Check out the latest 'SNL' promos to find out!
With plenty of buzz from this weekend's upcoming Justin Timberlake-hosted installment of 'SNL, the long-running sketch comedy series seems to have gotten the message to stick with its strongest players. Following the success of 'Identity Thief,' Melissa McCarthy will return to the 'SNL' stage for the second time in two years, hosting the April 6 installment, but who will join the 'Mike & Molly' star as musical guest?
Ted Nugent's heavily publicized appearance at last week's State of the Union address caught the attention of NBC's 'Saturday Night Live.' This past Saturday (Feb. 16), the long-running late-night comedy show ran a sketch that took aim at the Motor City Madman.
Saturday Night Live doesn't often tackle religion, but when it rains, it pours! You may have already seen the instantly viral 'Djesus Uncrossed,' but have you seen the fake advertisement for a service that assists Popes with their retirement plans? It manages to combine relevant comedy with a spot-on commercial parody, effectively killing two SNL birds with one stone. Check it out below.
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