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'Saturday Night Live' Reveals Who's Really Behind Deflategate In Cold Open

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots' "deflategate" press conference on Thursday was pretty funny on its own, but the "Saturday Night Live" take on the football scandal was even more ridiculous. The "SNL" cold open was a parody ofShow More Summary

Blake Shelton Shades Adam Levine In New 'SNL' Promo

Blake Shelton comes to "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, and if his promos are any indication, "The Voice" is going to get hit. The country artist joined "SNL" star Cecily Strong to advertise his upcoming appearance as host and musical guest, and in the process threw some shade at his fellow "The Voice" judge and onscreen rival Adam Levine. Show More Summary

'Whiplash' Star J.K. Simmons To Host 'Saturday Night Live'

J.K. Simmons will host the Jan. 31 episode of "Saturday Night Live." The actor, who's been a mainstay of the industry for years with roles in projects like "Law and Order" and "Juno," gained buzz this year for his turn as a manipulative...Show More Summary

Meet Bruce Chandling, World's Most Awkward Comedian, In Cut 'SNL' Sketch With Kevin Hart

Another week, another funny "Saturday Night Live" sketch that was cut for time. In this remote short, cast member Kyle Mooney channels stand-up comedian Bruce Chandling, a bumbling hack who still writes jokes about women taking too long...Show More Summary

Ana Gasteyer Talks 'Girls,' Her Music Album And Life After 'SNL' On 'Too Long; Didn't Listen' Ep. 10

In this short and sweet 10th episode of HuffPost Comedy's podcast, "Too Long; Didn't Listen," we catch up with "Saturday Night Live" alum Ana Gasteyer over the phone. Ana has been keeping busy with a recent guest starring role on the season premiere of "Girls" as well as "The Mindy Project," "The Goldbergs" and more. Show More Summary

'SNL' Shows How Different 'The Wire' Would Be If Set In Brooklyn

On this weekend's "Saturday Night Live," Kenan Thompson, Jay Pharaoh and host Kevin Hart portrayed their own version of "corner boys," the low-ranking street-level drug dealers many associate with "The Wire." Except instead of the mean...Show More Summary

Martin Luther King Jr. Reacts To 'Selma' Oscar Snubs In 'SNL' Cold Open

Monday marks Martin Luther King Jr. Day, so "Saturday Night Live" celebrated accordingly this week and brought the ghost of Dr. King to life. In the "SNL" cold open, Keenan Thompson's Dr. King appears when Pete Davidson is stumped while writing a school paper about the civil rights leader. Show More Summary

Sia's Dancers Give Emotional Performance Of 'Elastic Heart' On 'SNL'

Sia let her performers take the spotlight as usual on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend. The singer performed her hits "Elastic Heart" and "Chandelier," singing with a her eyes covered by a short black veil as her dancers and a mime...Show More Summary

Kevin Hart and Aidy Bryant Fall In Love In New 'SNL' Promo

Kevin Hart's getting romantic on 'Saturday Night Live." In new promos for the comedian's Jan. 17 episode, Hart obeys his New Year's resolution to fall in love, and sees hearts for "SNL" star Aidy Bryant. Music plays, they intertwineShow More Summary

Fred Armisen Gets Back At Bill Hader For Impersonating Him On 'Conan'

Ouch. Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein appeared on "Conan" Monday night to promote the new season of "Portlandia," but the most memorable part of their interview had more to do with Armisen's former "Saturday Night Live" colleague,...Show More Summary

Proof Kristen Wiig & Bill Hader Should Host The 2016 Golden Globes

Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader presented Best Screenplay at the 2015 Golden Globes (yay, "Birdman"), but their extended bit extolling the power of movie scripts served as notice to all that the "Saturday Night Live" alums should host this shindig in 2016. This is a riot.

'Saturday Night Live' Announces Hosts Kevin Hart And Blake Shelton

Kevin Hart, Sia and Blake Shelton are coming to "Saturday Night Live." On Jan. 17, Hart will take the stage for his second time to promote two projects: the upcoming film "The Wedding Ringer" (which debuts Jan. 16) and the Chris Rock comedy "Top Five" (out now). Show More Summary

'SNL' Spoofs 'Love Actually' In Cut Sketch

Why watch "Love Actually" when you can watch a pretty icky spoof featuring Pete Davidson professing his love to Amy Adams? In an "Saturday Night Live" sketch, reportedly cut for time, the two parody the most famous scene in "Love Actually," in which Andrew Lincoln uses cue cards to express his feelings for Keira Knightley. Show More Summary

'SNL' Cuba Skit Takes All The Fun Out Of Restoring Diplomatic Relations

"Saturday Night Live" celebrated a "Very Cuban Christmas" this year with a nod to the reestablishment of diplomatic relations between the island and the United States. With references to old cars, small coffee and Scarface, the skit hit on all the major Cuban stereotypes while simultaneously screwing up major facts. Show More Summary

Garth And Kat Return To 'SNL' For A Hilarious Hanukkah Treat

"Saturday Night Live" celebrated Hanukkah right this weekend with a special visit from musical duo Garth and Kat. Kristen Wiig and Fred Armisen returned to the show on Saturday and reprised their hilarious roles as underprepared songwriters. Show More Summary

Dr. Evil Took Over 'SNL' To Criticize Sony And North Korea

Dr. Evil is back and he's not happy that Sony and North Korea are giving evil organizations a bad rep. The classic Mike Myers character invaded "Saturday Night Live" last night to address the Sony hacks and interrupt a hilarious Sam Smith Christmas parody. Show More Summary

'SNL' Investigates The Story Of Christmas With A 'Serial' Parody

This weekend, "Saturday Night Live" investigated the story of Christmas, "Serial" style. In a sketch parodying the mega-popular "This American Life" spin-off podcast, the show tried to figure out whether Kris Kringle's story about delivering presents to all the world's homes in one night could really be true. Show More Summary

Tina Fey Parodies NPR In Flawless Vintage Improv Sketch

As though we needed yet another reminder of Tina Fey’s pre-"Saturday Night Live"/"Mean Girls"/"30 Rock" comedic genius, Chicago’s Second City has us covered once again. This week, the comedy school where Fey and so many other greatsShow More Summary

Sasheer Zamata Points Out The Lack Of Black Emojis On 'Weekend Update'

We can all stop pretending that the emoji selection on our iPhones makes any sense. There are zero representations of black people but we need to have two different types of dragons to choose from? Come on. "Saturday Night Live" cast...Show More Summary

Martin Freeman Combines 'The Office' And 'The Hobbit' On 'SNL'

"Hobbit" star Martin Freeman hosted 'Saturday Night Live" this weekend, but Bilbo Baggins wasn't the only character the show put to good use. In sketch "The Office: Middle Earth," Freeman combined what are arguably his two fan-favorite...Show More Summary

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