The comedian talks “Saturday Night Live,” embracing his “stoner comedian” title, and how he’s learned to field the fastballs.
EXCLUSIVE: FX Networks has given a pilot order to Man Seeking Woman, a half-hour comedy pilot from former Saturday Night Live writer/humorist/novelist Simon Rich and Lorne Michaels’ Broadway Video. The project, based on Rich’s bookShow More Summary
Seth Meyers; photo: TBS Just for Laughs. The TBS Just for Laughs Festival continued its comedy takeover into last weekend with a set from "Saturday Night Live" star Seth Meyers, along with special guests, Al Madrigal and Hannibal Buress;...
“Rob Reiner” (season one, episode three; originally aired 10/25/1975) For many years now, the host of any given episode of Saturday Night Live has been someone who has a new movie or album to promote, who, with any luck, either can do comedy or is at least a good sport. Show More Summary
Gilda’s Club Greater Toronto is about to earn some much needed money with the help of legendary comedian Ron James. Gilda’s Club is a cancer care centre named after former Saturday Night Live performer Gilda Radner. Legendary comedian Ron James will host It’s Always Something, a comedy event presented by The Keg Steakhouse & Bar. Show More Summary
Effectively employing pop culture and the program that has relentlessly mocked her, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin borrowed from a Saturday Night Live skit to blister the Obama administration for its scandals. Speaking at the Faith and Freedom Coalition conference on Saturday in Washington, D.C., Palin said Washington, D.C. Show More Summary
Howdy do, everyone, Papa Vinyard here. Fred Armisen proved to be one of SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE's most versatile, consistently funny players over the 11 years he was featured on the show. While he's popped up in bit parts in movies like THE DICTATOR, ANCHORMAN, EUROTRIP, and as a voice performer in THE SMURFS, he has yet to anchor his own feature film. Show More Summary
The Lonely Island joined Saturday Night Live in September of 2005 (Andy Samberg as a cast member, Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer as writers) and three months in, they secretly filmed "Lettuce," their first digital short, without Lorne Michaels's knowledge. They eventually showed it to him and he agreed to ... More »
Year after year we have the same conversation about Saturday Night Live getting worse, wondering if it's finally time to pull the plug on the long-running comedy launchpad.
With the departures of cast workhorses Andy Samberg and Kristen Wiig prior to the 2012–13 season, Saturday Night Live writers had some big shoes — and quite a bit of airtime — to fill. Not every sketch was perfect, of course, but they and the remaining cast members still managed ... More »
Last year, we learned that Napoleon Dynamite director Jared Hess was looking to team with Jim Carrey for a bank heist comedy called Loomis Fargo. The script comes from "Up All Night" creator and former "Saturday Night Live" writer Emily...Show More Summary
Within months of The Lonely Island joining Saturday Night Live back in 2005, the trio – made up of Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone – marked a new era in the show's history with the viral hit Lazy Sunday, kicking off aShow More Summary
How do you make one of the more squeamish, disgusting, and gratuitous subplots in this year's "Game of Thrones" even MORE unnecessary? How about a "Saturday Night Live" novelty song? Oh, Internet. You shouldn't have. No. Really. You shouldn't have....
When Adam Sandler released They’re All Going To Laugh At You! in 1993, the only way—save dubbing them off the radio—to get the comedian’s wacky musical material was via the album. The Saturday Night Live star might have performed two...Show More Summary
"I've spent my formative years at 'Saturday Night Live' doing 'Weekend Update' while sitting behind a desk," said Seth Meyers in a recent interview. "But in my new job, I think there might be a bit of standing up."
“Paul Simon” (season one, episode two; originally aired 10/18/1975) The second episode of Saturday Night inspired a long-running, one-sided feud between Lorne Michaels and John J. O’Connor, the sometimes clueless TV critic for the New York Times. Show More Summary
Via Paste, you can clearly see the names Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter under the “Info” tab on the video of West’s recent Saturday Night Live performance of “Black Skinheads.” Don’t take our word for it: Read and comment. From thedailyswarm.com.
Post by Maressa Brown Have you heard, y'all? Paula Deen has her own line of butter now. Yes, I know it totally sounds like the premise of a Saturday Night Live sketch, but it's true. The Southern cooking queen, who went public with her...Show More Summary
Okay so quit falling asleep at your desk, prop your eyelids open, and point your eyeballs at this funny video I found of Saturday Night Live featured player Jay Pharaoh doing an impression of Lil Wayne. More » Your Stupid Laugh Of The Day: Jay Pharoah’s Lil Wayne Impression is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
Saturday Night Live‘s Jay Pharoah does a very decent (and quite NSFW) Lil Wayne impersonation for Sirius XM radio. You heard?