Hi, I'm new here first of all. I love everything to do with Colin Jost and Michael Che. I also love Scarlett Johansson. Each time she hosted. So I was just wondering if anybody could tell me the episodes that Don Jr. and Eric Trump were on Weekend Update?
What's on your mind?
I’m trying to find the sketch where Jason Sudeikis’s character yells “Jeff” in a nasally, high-pitched, drawn-out, redneck sounding kinda way. It was in response to someone named Jeff getting out of hand. I don’t remember much more. Thanks!!!
No footage to be found on the internet as far as one can see. Playing Dr. Hankin however was uncredited. (perhaps unrecognizable?) One would think if you have Billy Crystal you use him better.
Back in the 1980s there was a short film (2 minutes or so) where a mountain man moves through the forest, shoots an animal, loads animals onto his mule and moves on. As the film ends we pan out to see he has been in Central Park hunting people in fur coats, slinging them over his mule one at a time. What episode did this originally air in, and is it available online anywhere?
I am trying to figure out if the Jazz tune Joe Piscopo plays at the beginning of the Pudge and Solomon sketch is a known tune. If its either a song easily found on Youtube or Spotify or a Jazz exercise. I am wanting to listen to the whole song if it exists but I am not sure if it is an original song created for SNL sketch.
Trying to find a sketch where a character didn't know many common things...the punchline had to do with another character mentioning Kennedy was shot...and the main character expressing massive suprise. They didn't know that Kennedy had been killed.
Anyone remember who was in it or an episode number/date?
Hi. There was a sketch that Dana Carvey did on SNL that I'm looking for. I believe it was Jeopardy, but it may have been another gameshow. He played an Indian contestant .
If anyone knows of this sketch or the date of the show, please let me know.
Thanks very much!
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A couple of host suggestions for you. And you are gonna love 'em.
My suggestions for hosts on SNL are:
"Weird Al" Yankovic
Cee Lo Green
What do you guys think? Are these host suggestions pretty cool? Who's with me?
I'm trying to find a sketch that probably appeared in the early 1980's. I believe it was a guest on news update. A kind of nerdy guy showing all the different ways there are to spell Qadafi.
I am absolutely disgusted by the sketch I saw last Saturday, with character Stefon Myers, who referenced the term "midget" and even worse, stated a midget on a skateboard with a garbage can over it's head....or something of the sort. We have enough problems in today's society with bullying and segregation...look what it is doing to teenagers!!!....you are feeding this! From research, I see this is a common theme with the Stefon Myers character. What world do you live in? What era do you live in? Gawd forbid any of you ever have a child that is a little different than the rest of the world...oh, maybe your writers will mock and degrade them in your sketches?
On Will Forte's imdb, it says that he claimed he never "broken" in character during his long stint in the show. Is that true? Or is he just joking because he is a comedian? Help me out you guys. This is killing me in the figurative sense.
What were your favorite skits and appearances? I think Paul McCartney and Paul Simon were mine. I mean how often do those guys jam together? The dueling Pauls!
Is there an Aunt Linda bit where she reviews the Gettysburg address? I remember her reviewing some historical piece, but I can't find it or remember when it was.