This past weekend's 'SNL' with Martin Short hosting and music legend Paul McCartney, certainly proved at least memorable, between the solemn cold opening paying tribute to the victims of the recent Sandy Hook tragedy, and Samuel L. Jackson accidentally cursing not once, but twice amid the sketches. So how can the series top itself again when 'SNL' returns in 2013? By recruiting 'The Hunger Games' and 'X-Men: First Class' star Jennifer Lawrence, as its next host, of course! Will she pay tribute to the 'SNL' greats?
Cecily Strong's 'Girl You Wish You Hadn't Started A Conversation With At A Party' character — one which speaks not only incoherently but also incorrectly and rudely — made another appearance on last night's show, teaching host Seth Meyers a thing or two about being a good person.
While most would agree that 'SNL's' most recent turn with 'Django Unchained' star Jamie Foxx hosting and musical guest Ne-Yo stayed mostly level, it's no secret that a portion of 'SNL' viewers tune in to see which sketches can make the performers break. "The Californians" has been known to get cast members giggling, partiuclarly Bill Hader and Fred Armisen, but we've never seen them lose it so hard as a deleted sketch from Saturday featuring the pair as doormen. Check it out inside!
Appearing on 'Saturday Night Live' is one of the biggest promotional coups any musician can score, especially in the coveted gig as host. The show mostly targets pop and rock audiences, but some country music fans have started an online campaign to get country's reigning couple, Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert, as the host and musical guest for an upcoming show.
'Saturday Night Live' this season seems to have acquired a fascination for the Pine Tree State. Last month, right after the election, we had the gay couple from Maine (with the horrible accents) and on this week's show we get some very unique 'Maine Justice.'
Poking fun at the fact that America can't look at writer/director/producer/arrogant-individual Tyler Perry without seeing the 6'5" grandmother that made him famous, last night's 'Saturday Night Live' spoofed his recent foray into drama.
Occasionally 'Saturday Night Live' offers up a sketch that isn't only clever in its dialogue but also in it's absurdity. Good example: last night's 'Dylan McDermott or Dermot Mulroney' skit, in which three guests — who refused to be introduced — appear on a game show in order to dechiper which actor is which.
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