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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

'SNL' Releases Excellent VH1 Parody Cut From Last Week's Show

James Franco hosted the Dec. 6 episode of "Saturday Night Live," and delivered some wins -- a "Star Wars" teaser! Grow-A-Guy! -- though now, it's clear that the week's best sketch was cut from the show. "SNL" released a pretty greatShow More Summary

12 Things We Learned About Leslie Jones From Her Reddit AMA

The newest cast member of "Saturday Night Live" is also one of its most dynamic. Leslie Jones did stand-up for decades before becoming a staff writer, "Weekend Update" regular and now a featured player on the show, but a lot people still...Show More Summary

Glenn Beck Brands 'SNL' The 'Biggest Group Of P-ssies On The Planet'

Well, it looks like Glenn Beck won't be guest hosting "Saturday Night Live" anytime soon. During a sprawling rant about Sunday's "blasphemous" "Family Guy" episode in which Peter Griffin attempts to help Jesus lose his virginity, Glenn...Show More Summary

'SNL' Cut This Ferguson Sketch For Time, But It's Worth A Watch

"Saturday Night Live" reacted to the Ferguson, Missouri, grand jury decision with a cold open lampooning Al Sharpton and a bit on "Weekend Update", but a sketch cut for time was its best portrayal of a nation in shock. Kenan Thompson...Show More Summary

'SNL' Cold Open Tackles Eric Garner Decision

"Saturday Night Live" wasted no time addressing the Eric Garner decision, as the show started off with a sketch that tackled the controversial issue. In the cold open, Reverend Al Sharpton -- played by Kenan Thompson -- explained that...Show More Summary

James Franco And Seth Rogen Address Sony Hack In 'SNL' Monologue

James Franco got a little help while hosting "Saturday Night Live" when his "The Interview" co-star and close friend Seth Rogen crashed Franco's opening monologue to address the recent Sony hack. In the sketch, the pair said that because of the leak, their most embarassing private photos had been accessed. Show More Summary

Nicki Minaj Impersonates Kim Kardashian And Beyonce On 'SNL'

Nicki Minaj was the musical guest on "Saturday Night Live," but the 31-year-old managed to steal the spotlight from host James Franco when she appeared in two of the night's sketches. Minaj first made the audience laugh with her KimShow More Summary

James Franco And Cecily Strong Take 'SNL' In A Creative New Direction In This Week's Promo

"SNL" in 3D? Can you imagine? In this week's "Saturday Night Live" promos, host James Franco and cast member Cecily Strong are ready to kick the holiday season into high gear, and they want to do something special for the people. Strong...Show More Summary

'SNL' Brings Charles Manson And Star Burton Together On 'Weekend Update'

Ah, to be crazy and in love. Convicted murderer and known citizen of Crazytown, Charles Manson, stopped by Weekend Update on "Saturday Night Live" with his alleged new bride, Star Burton, a 25-year-old woman who has been in contact with...Show More Summary

'SNL' Spoofs Obama Immigration With 'Schoolhouse Rock!' Cold Open

"Saturday Night Live" transported everyone back to their childhoods last night when it took on the classic educational program "Schoolhouse Rock!" for its cold open. The show spoofed the favorite "I'm Just A Bill" segment (because who doesn't love that song?) to comment on President Obama's immigration reform. Show More Summary

Cameron Diaz Answers Weird Questions In 'SNL' Monologue

Cameron Diaz hosted this weekend's episode of "Saturday Night Live" in promotion for the upcoming remake of "Annie." Diaz kicked off the show with a sub-three-minute monologue that felt like it had been cooked up an hour before she hit the stage. Show More Summary

James Franco, Amy Adams, And Martin Freeman To Host 'SNL'

"Saturday Night Live" will close out 2014 with a star-studded roster of December hosts. Leading the succession of very serious actors coming to the comedy show will be James Franco, hosting for his third time, on Dec. 6. That show will feature Nicki Minaj, who should probably be a host herself, as musical guest. Show More Summary

Cameron Diaz 'SNL' Promos Reveal Her Romantic 'History' With Bobby Moynihan

With the sun setting over the Manhattan skyline and talk of first kisses, Cameron Diaz brought a bit of romance to her "Saturday Night Live" promos. It's been almost a decade since Diaz last hosted "SNL" back in 2005, but she'll return on Nov. Show More Summary

Cecily Strong To Perform At White House Correspondents' Dinner

"Saturday Night Live" star Cecily Strong will be the guest comedian at 2015's White House Correspondents' Association dinner, the association announced on Wednesday. Strong will be the fourth female comedian to ever do so. “Her political humor is sly and edgy, and it comes with a Chicago accent,' WHCA president Christi? Parsons said in a statement. Show More Summary

Woody Harrelson Just Turned 'SNL' Into 'The Hunger Games'

May the odds be ever in your favor as you watch Woody Harrelson host this week's "Saturday Night Live." According to the latest NBC promos, the "True Detective" star has turned the variety show set into a veritable "Hunger Games." A solid alliance appears to have formed between Harrelson and Aidy Bryant, so cast members better watch their backs. Show More Summary

Jon Stewart Says 'SNL' Gets 'An Unfair Amount Of Criticism'

In the age of the overnight recap, critics can be cruel to "Saturday Night Live." Each week's show is picked apart and evaluated on a sketch-by-sketch basis, and commentators find delight in declaring which seasons rank among the show's best and which were a waste of time. That doesn't sit well with Jon Stewart. Show More Summary

Beck Bennett Looks Back On His 'SNL' Audition

Beck Bennett has been one of the biggest bright spots on "Saturday Night Live" during his first two seasons, appearing in a bevy of sketches, both live and pre-produced. (Bennett's Good Neighbor team of cast member Kyle Mooney and writer...Show More Summary

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