Saturday Night Live & New York

Saturday Night Live (abbreviated as SNL) is an American late-night live television sketch comedy and variety show created by Lorne Michaels and developed by Dick Ebersol. New York (locally ) is a state in the Northeastern region of the United States. New York is the 27th-most extensive, the 3rd-most populous, and the 7th-most densely populated of the 50 United States. 5.0/5

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“Live from New York it’s Saturday Night!” . Thanks for having us, Photos courtesy of Will Heath & Rosalind O’Connor/N…
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Everytime I see Trump speak to the press, I expect to hear Alec Baldwin say "And live from New York, it's Saturday Night!"
Live from New York, it's Saturday Night!!! This is gonna be good.
Live from New York it's Saturday Night Live! They've stopped writing scripts. They are just acting out Trump's so calle…
My dream is to one day be a part of the SNL cast and be able to say "and live from New York it's Saturday Night!"
I wish I was going to NYC for New Year's Eve so I can "live from New York it's Saturday Night"
At what point during his inauguration speech does Trump say, "Live, from New York, it's Saturday Night!"?.
As I'm watching Trump speak all I'm waiting for is for someone to scream out "live from New York, its Saturday Night!"
Live from New York! It's the Chicago Cubs!. The Cubs will make an appearance on Saturday Night Live this weekend. . https:…
Waiting for Trump and Clinton to lean into the camera and say "Live from New York, it's Saturday Night!"
Kept on thinking I was going to hear "Live from New York, it's Saturday Night" while watching the debate
Only way this makes sense: ends with “Live, from New York, it’s Saturday Night!"
Live from New York it's the Presidential debate, Saturday Night Live style:
I just saw a Donald trump campaign commercial for the First Time and I just waiting for him to say "live from New York, it's Saturday Night"
Bernie Sanders to appear on 'Saturday Night Live' - The US senator from Vermont will travel to New York this we...
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It was live from New York on Saturday Night
I was really hoping the woman would yell “Live from New York, It’s Saturday Night!”
Remembering last saturday. Live from New York, it's Saturday Night!!!
'Live, from New York, it's Saturday Night' celebrando 40 años!
The only thing that performance was missing was "Live from New York, its Saturday Night!"
All we're missing now is "Live from New York... It's Saturday Night Live!!"
Jimmy Fallon was summoned to go to New York to audition for Saturday Night Live in late 1998
mashable: Live, from New York, it's 19 days -- that's 433 hours! -- of "Saturday Night Live" mega-marathon co...
Live from New York — an interactive exhibit is coming to NYC:
Nobody ever notices this but they always goof up the SNL intro. It should be "Live from New York, it's Saturday Night *LIV…
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's sweeping changes to New York's marijuana possession laws inspired the writers at "Saturday Night Live" (as well as host Woody Harrelson) to have some more fun with the issue.
Woody Harrelson hosted "Saturday Night Live" last night. It was the sketch-comedy show celebrating its 40th year's most weed-oriented episode in years. One skit zeroed in on New York's new pot policy, with Harrelson exclaiming, "Free at last!"
I wonder if the SNL cast ever fight about who gets to say: "Live from New York it's Saturday Night!" .. Just cause I was wondering
What's This? Image: Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images By Jonathan Ellis2014-11-02 05:43:30 UTC Chris Rock is a comedian who pushes boundaries, and that was certainly true when he returned to Saturday Night Live as host this weekend. See also: SNL star Michael Che doesn't understand street harassment In his opening monologue, Rock, who was a cast member on the show from 1990-93, made jokes that touched on the 2013 Boston marathon bombings and the 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. While some of his edgy material drew laughter and applause from the studio audience, there were portions that were met only with nervous chuckles. Boston marathon "Tomorrow's the New York City marathon," Rock, who last hosted in 1996, began. "What could go wrong there, right?" He then assured the audience that New York would be fine, "just like Boston's fine after the marathon." "That was probably the most frightening, sadistic terrorist attack ever," he said, describing the strain on the competitor ...
One of those cool New York nights. Saw Godard's 'Goodbye to Language' with an art film crowd at the IFC Center, who either loved the Master's latest or scratched their head as they exited. Then attended Saturday Night Live, with Chris Rock hosting and Prince, Lianne La Havas and Third Eye Blind doing music. So good to see Leslie Jones on the show (who is also featured in Top Five.) Got to sit between actor Bobby Cannavale and director Steve Mcqueen with Lupita Nyong'o sitting farther down. Ended up at a super late dinner where Padma Lakshmi made food selections for Malika Weeden and myself. Now I can stay in the house the next two weeks.
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This Saturday OCT 11 in New York is hosting and is performing LIVE!! We turning up all night. !!!
SAD...REST IN PEACE..."Saturday Night Live" star Jan Hooks died yesterday in New York at the young age of 57. She was on "SNL" from 1986-91 and played some incredibly funny roles. Jan also appeared on "Designing Women", "Third Rock From the Sun" and you may remember her as the tour guide at the Alamo in "Pee-Wee's Big Adventure". 98Q Rich Minor In The Morning
Actress and comedian Jan Hooks died in New York on Thursday. Hooks was best known as a "Saturday Night Live" cast member.
Jan Hooks, best known for her work on Saturday Night Live, died on Thursday in New York at the age of 57, her representative, Lisa Lieberman, confirmed to ...
Entertainment Weekly Chris Pratt hosts tonight's 'Saturday Night Live' premiere: Talk about it here! Entertainment Weekly Saturday Night Live comes back tonight? Honestly, thanks to a hiatus filled with casting announcements and Update shakeups and meticulous analysis of the show's history (not to mention Live from New York's rerelease), it sort of feels like it never left.Recap: 'Saturday Night Live' – Chris Pratt and Ariana Grande HitFix Chris Pratt and...Source
Live from New York, it's Saturday Morning! Get it? It's like the Saturday Night Live comedy line, "Live From New York, it's Saturday Night!"
Live from New York, it’s… well, not Brooks Wheelan. Not anymore. Sources confirm to EW that Saturday Night Live newbie Wheelan, who joined the cast in...
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 14, 2014 The New York Film Critics Series® (NYFCS®), one of the leading word-of-mouth screening companies has partnered with the nation’s leading independent cinemas, to present live, national, in-theater, pre-release, screenings. The events are moderated by Peter Travers, film critic for Rolling Stone Magazine, and ABC’s Popcorn along with additional coverage by Alison Bailes of BBC, More Magazine, WOR Radio, and The Charlie Rose Show. The Series presents live, interactive, in-theater; pre-release movies and big screen HD simulcast with the stars and filmmakers. The next NYFCS® National Screening Event will take place in NYC on Monday July 21st, 2014 and again throughout the country on Tuesday July 29th in the evening. (*check local NYFCS theater listings). Passes and memberships available here The movie “Child of God” will be screened, followed by a live appearance from James Franco, who adapted, directed, and produced the film. The movie stars Scott Haze (As I Lay . ...
What do you call an angry host of Saturday Night Live?. Livid, from New York!
Aidy Bryant after performing on Saturday Night Live in New York, NY. April 5, 2014
Lindsay Lohan's fourth time hosting "Saturday Night Live" brought forth some memorable sketches, but perhaps none more so than "The Real Housewives of Disney." Sure, thanks to Bravo we all know what the Real Housewives of New York, Atlanta and Beverly Hills are like (in the words of Tina Fey, "a fir…
ACTOR and comedian Tracy Morgan has been critically injured after a tractor-trailer rammed into his chauffeured limousine bus, setting off a chain-reaction crash that left one member of his entourage dead and two others seriously hurt. A truck driver from Georgia was charged with death by auto in connection to the crash, prosecutors said. Middlesex County prosecutors said 35-year-old Kevin Roper also faces four counts of assault by auto. His bail was set at $US50,000 ($A54,100), and he was expected to turn himself in later on Saturday. Morgan, the former Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock cast member, was returning from a stand-up comedy show in Delaware when his Mercedes limo bus carrying seven people overturned on the New Jersey Turnpike near Cranbury Township at about 1am on Saturday, state police Sergeant 1st Class Greg Williams said. James McNair, 62, of Peekskill, New York, a passenger in the limo bus, died at the scene, Williams said. Morgan, 45, and Jeffrey Millea, 36, of Shelton, Connecticut, were f ...
When does Doc say "Live from New York, it's Saturday Night"
Terry Southern Memorial Photos Flowers Edit Share Birth: May 1, 1924 Alvarado Johnson County Texas, USA Death: Oct. 29, 1995 New York New York County (Manhattan) New York, USA American Author, Essayist, Screenwriter. Noted for his distinctive satirical style, he was part of the Paris postwar literary movement in the 1950s and a companion to Beat writers in Greenwich Village. He was also at the center of Swinging London in the sixties and helped to change the style and substance of American films in the 1970s. In the 1980s he wrote for Saturday Night Live and lectured on screenwriting at several universities in New York. Southern's dark and often absurdist style of broad yet biting satire helped to define the sensibilities of several generations of writers, readers, directors and film goers. He is credited by journalist Tom Wolfe as having invented New Journalism with the publication of "Twirling at Ole Miss" in Esquire in 1962, and his gift for writing memorable film dialogue was evident in Dr. Strangel . ...
TODAY’S NOTABLE TEXAN BILL PAXTON For MAY 18th 2014 Actor Bill Paxton was born William Archibald Paxton on May 17, 1955 in Fort Worth, Texas. He moved to Los Angeles, California at age 18, where he found work in the film industry as a set dresser for Roger Corman's New World Pictures. He made his film debut in the Corman film Crazy Mama (1975), directed by Jonathan Demme. Moving to New York, Paxton studied acting under Stella Adler at New York University. After landing a small role in Stripes (1981), he found steady work in low-budget films and television. He also directed, wrote and produced award-winning short films including Fish Heads (1980), which aired on "Saturday Night Live" (1975). His first appearance in a James Cameron film was a small role in The Terminator (1984), followed by his very memorable performance as Private Hudson in Aliens (1986) and as the nomadic vampire Severen in Kathryn Bigelow's Near Dark (1987). Bill also appeared in John Hughes' Weird Science (1985), as Wyatt Donnelly's s ...
At 11: She's shouted “Live, from New York, it’s Saturday Night!” as often as anyone these last four years, but she grew her comedic voice on Cleveland's East Side. Chris Tye introduces us to Vanessa Bayer from “Saturday Night Live.” Then imagine taking your car to get serviced only to return and find it totaled. A.J. Ross looks into this odd situation. And a local group of runners has plans to fulfill a man’s dying wish at this weekend’s marathon. Hilary Golston has details. Tune in!
Eddie Murphy Biography Film Actor, Television Actor, Comedian, Director (1961–) Actor and comedian Eddie Murphy began doing stand-up as a teenager. He became a popular Saturday Night Live cast member and starred in several box-office hits. Synopsis Eddie Murphy was born in Brooklyn on April 3, 1961. He began doing stand-up comedy as a teenager and later joined the cast of NBC's Saturday Night Live. At age 21, Murphy co-starred with Nick Nolte in 48 Hours and went on to further box-office success with Trading Places and Beverly Hills Cop. He continues to star in many movies, including comedies, dramas and family films.Early Life Eddie Regan Murphy was born on April 3, 1961, in Brooklyn, New York. He spent his early years in the projects of Bushwick with his father, Charles Murphy, a New York City police officer and amateur comedian, his mother, Lillian Murphy, a telephone operator, and his brother Charles. His parents divorced when he was three; five years later, his father died and his mother went into ...
New York-born Paul Bond is a 20-year comedy veteran, with a high-energy act that finishes on a funny note. He’s currently on tour in support of his comedy CD “The Way I See It”, featuring Paul’s stand-up, song parodies and surprise extras. An accomplished guitar player as well as comedian, Paul’s show is a night of outrageous physical and musical comedy that will leave you doubled-over. Paul first achieved national recognition touring with Jim Breuer (of Saturday Night Live fame) for three years as Breuer’s opening act and heavy metal guitar player. Paul has since appeared on Comedy Central’s “The Roast of Denis Leary” and “Hardcore” (with Breuer), MTV’s “Metallica Icon” and VH-1’s “Stand-Up Spotlight”. He regularly appears on morning radio shows across the country, including the Sirius/XM morning show “Opie & Anthony”. If you like your comedy served up fast and furious with an adult edge, then Paul will satisfy your appetite and then some. See Paul LIVE downtown at . ...
Fun Fact of the Day...SNL Blacklist...Louise Lasser, star of soap opera parody "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman" was the first performer banned from Saturday Night Live (1976) Lasser was said to be going through "personal problems" at the time and was often nearly incoherent throughout the broadcast. She refused to appear in any sketches unless she was in them alone, or if her only costar was Chevy Chase. She was married to Woody Allen for 4 years and now lives in New York. Other performers banned by Lorne Michaels include.Adrian Brody, Steven Seagal, Charles Grodin, Chevy Chase, Cypress Hill, Frank Zappa, Martin Lawrence, Robert Blake, Fear, Andy Kaufman, Milton Berle, The Replacements and.of course...Sinead O'Connor. Nothing compares to you... being so bad that you get banished from a show known for pushing the limits.
Live from New York it's... Sheldon Cooper! The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons has been tapped to host Saturday Night Live on March 1, TVLine has confirmed. Beck will serve as musical guest.
I was a bit curious this evening after noticing that one of my eBay items had been purchased by someone at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, New York. I was even more intrigued upon seeing "17th floor" on the shipping address. And then, there was the name, which made me say "No way!". Noel Wells, current featured player on Saturday Night Live, just bought an old Polaroid Spectra System camera from me. I'm sort of starstruck. :)
New York.another time.back when we set our schedules around Saturday Night Live
Woke up in Switzerland, driving to Milan, flying to New York & will get back just in time to head over to Saturday Night Live to cheer on Ed Sheeran! Big day
In studio rehersal for tonight's episode of Saturday Night Live from New York via Hollywood with Louis C.K.
Saturday Night, live from New York it is.
Today is Tuesday, February 25, 2014 Today in Sports History 1940 - The New York Rangers and the Montreal Canadiens played in the first hockey game to be televised in the U.S. The game was aired on W2WBS in New York with one camera in a fixed position. The Rangers beat the Canadiens 6-2. 1941 - The Boston Bruins set an NHL record after going 23 games unbeaten. Their record during the stretch was 15-0-8. 1951 - The first Pan American Games opened in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1957 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 6-3 that baseball was the only professional sport exempt from antitrust laws. 1964 - Cassius Clay (later Muhammad Ali) became heavyweight-boxing champion in an upset victory over Sonny Liston. 1978 - O.J. Simpson was a guest on "Saturday Night Live." 1981 - The Boston Bruins and the Minnesota North Stars set a record for most penalties in a game. There were 84 penalties that totaled 392 minutes. 1989 - Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, fired head coach Tom Landry after a 29-year career. 199 ...
Jimmy Fallon has shown that his political humor is definitely left-leaning and it brings up the obvious point just made in a New York Magazine interview by longtime "Saturday Night Live" boss Lorne Michaels, who is helping to run both the Fallon show and the new Seth Meyers show after him on NBC. When asked about the rules for political satire, Michaels replied: "Republicans are easier for us than Democrats. Democrats tend to take it personally; Republicans think it's funny." Republicans can laugh at themselves, even when they're being mocked. Not Democrats. They have thin skin because they expect every comedian to fall at their feet - like Fallon does with the Obamas.
February 19th 1997: A judge in New York dismissed a $7 million lawsuit against Motley Crue for hearing loss that a fan suffered at one of their concerts. The judge ruled that the fan knew the concert would be loud when he purchased the ticket. 1995: Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee married Pamela Anderson on a beach in Cancun, Mexico. 1995: Jon Bon Jovi’s wife Dorthea gave birth to their second child, a son named Jesse James Louis. 1993: Lynyrd Skynyrd celebrated their twentieth anniversary with a Lynyrd Skynyrd & Friends LYVE performance from Atlanta’s Fox Theatre that aired live on pay-per-view. Special guests included Peter Frampton, Charlie Daniels, Zakk Wylde, Poison singer Bret Michaels & Cinderella singer Tom Kiefer. 1983: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers made their second appearance as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live where they performed “Change of Heart” and “The Waiting”. 1982: Ozzy Osbourne was arrested in San Antonio for urinating on The Alamo. At the time of his arrest, Osbou ...
Late Night Jokes: Jimmy Fallon Inherits the Throne The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Welcome to "The Tonight Show." This is the first "Tonight Show" broadcast from New York in over 40 years. I'm Jimmy Fallon and I'll be your host . . . for now. Of course, I wouldn't be here tonight if it weren’t for the previous "Tonight Show" hosts, so I want to say “thank you†to Steve Allen, Jack Paar, Johnny Carson, Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien, and Jay Leno. Amazing lineage. I had a great childhood, but if you’d told me when I was a kid that after graduating high school, I'd get to be on "Saturday Night Live" and eventually I’d be the host of "The Tonight Show," I'd have said, "I graduated high school?" I’m a proud, proud dad, and speaking of dads, I’m lucky to say my parents are here to see this, Jim and Gloria Fallon. Thank you for being here. I wish we could’ve gotten you better seats. But it’s a very hot ticket. The Late Show With David Letterman It happe ...
February 17th 2004: Former Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic pulled out of the race for lieutenant governor of Washington, his reason given was “I found out firsthand that it’s really considered bad form to run against an incumbent of your own party”. 2004: Don Henley attacked the current state of the music industry in the Washington Post in an editorial saying when he started in the business “music was vital and important to our culture”. He also added “Labels signed cutting edge artists & FM radio offered an incredible variety of music, music touched fans in a unique and personal way & our culture was enriched & the music business was healthy. That’s all changed.” 1996: A Platinum American Express card that once belonged to Bruce Springsteen sold for $4,500 at a memorabilia sale in New York. Springsteen let a waiter in a Los Angeles restaurant keep the card as a souvenir after giving the expired card by mistake. 1990: Aerosmith appeared on Saturday Night Live both as performers & appearing ...
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Comedian, actor Chris Rock was born on this day in 1965 in Andrews, South Carolina. Rock is the eldest son of Julius Rock, a truck driver, and Rose Rock, a teacher. When Rock was a toddler his family relocated to Brooklyn, New York. He spent the remainder of his childhood in Brooklyn's notoriously tough Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood. He attended a nearly all-white public school and, as a result, was subjected to discrimination at an early age. Rock's early bouts with racism greatly influenced his comedic material. At age 18, Rock was discovered by Eddie Murphy at New York's Comedy Strip. A small role in Murphy's Beverly Hills Cop II (1987) was Rock's film debut. Rock also starred in Keenan Ivory Wayans' I'm Gonna Get You Sucka (1988). In 1990, Rock followed the footsteps of his idol, Eddie Murphy, by joining the cast of Saturday Night Live. A year later, he released his first comedy album, Born Suspect (1991). He also undertook the more dramatic role of playing Pookie, a drug addicted informant, in Mari ...
New York Magazine interviewed Saturday Night Live executive producer Lorne Michaels about his show and political humor. Michaels seemed to suggest that Republicans can take a joke, and Democrats can't. Or perhaps Republicans are used to being mocked by Manhattan liberals, and Democrats expect to be…
Turns out Republicans might have a better sense of humor, at least when it comes to being lampooned on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live.” “Republicans are easier for us than Democrats,” the show’s creator, Lorne Michaels, told New York Magazine in a interview published…
Live from New York, it's . . . The Beatles! Over the years, many entertainment impresarios have offered millions of dollars to get the Beatles to reunite. None were successful, but it didn't stop them from trying. On April 24, 1976, "Saturday Night Live" producer Lorne Michaels made what would become a running gag on SNL with his offer of $3,000 to the Beatles to appear on the late-night comedy show. The camera then zoomed in for a close-up of a $3,000 check from NBC made payable to The Beatles. Having had no response from the Fab Four, a month later, on May 22, 1976, Michaels upped the ante to $3,200 - an extra $50 each, Michaels declared! Paul Mccartney has commented in interviews that he and John Lennon were watching the SNL broadcast from Lennon's apartment in the Dakota on the night when Michaels made his offer for the Beatles to reunite. McCartney reported that he and Lennon briefly toyed with the idea of going down to the NBC studios and taking Michaels up on the offer. Oh, what a show THAT would h ...
East coast... live from New York, it's Saturday Night
The on-air threat that Rep. Michael Grimm (R-N.Y.) issued to a local New York reporter earlier this week became subject to a "Saturday Night Live" skit over the weekend, with the late night comedy show parodying the incident through the use of an unhinged congresswoman. "SNL's" congresswoman Sheila…
Jim Morrison & Chevy Chase ***AKA. -THE LIZARD KING & THE CHAMELEON CHURCH! *** -AND WHAT WE'RE TOLD! Keep reading if you don't believe in subterrenean reptilian shapeshifters!! James Douglas "Jim" Morrison (December 8, 1943 – July 3, 1971) Also known as "The Lizard King" Mr. Mojo Risin' (anagram of "Jim Morrison") was an American singer-songwriter and poet, best remembered as the lead singer of Los Angeles rock band The Doors. [1] From a young age, Morrison became infatuated with the works of Friedrich Nietzsche, Cornelius Crane "Chevy" Chase (/ˈtʃɛvi/; born October 8, 1943) [1] is an American comedian, writer, television actor and film actor. Born into a prominent New York family, Chase worked a plethora of odd jobs before he moved into comedy and in 1971 began acting with National Lampoon. He quickly became a key cast member in the inaugural 1975 season of Saturday Night Live, where his Weekend Update skit soon became a staple of the show. *note- He played drums and keyboards for a rock band calle ...
If I ever got to say 'Live from New York, it's Saturday Night' I would probably die of happiness right there.
"Saturday Night Live" head writer Colin Jost is to take over for Seth Meyers as the New York sketch comedy show's "Weekend Update" co-anchor, Deadline.com said.
Live from New York it's Saturday Night live
My dream in life is to look into a camera and say " live from New York it's Saturday Night "
'SNL' Adds Two African-American Women Writers... On top of a new African-American woman cast member, Saturday Night Live is also adding two Black women as writers, reports The Hollywood Reporter. Comedians LaKendra Tookes and Leslie Jones were discovered during the show's recent auditions for Black women cast members in New York and Los Angeles. Tookes is a former newscaster from Florida who transitioned into comedy. Jones, a stand-up comedian who has written for Def Comedy Jam and had her own Showtime special, was reportedly one of the finalists for the new cast member spot taken by Sasheer Zamata. The two women reportedly made a huge impression during their auditions. "Producers were impressed with both Tookes and Jones and thought they were talented, smart and funny," says THR. The addition of more color to the roster comes months after the show hired six new comedians, only one of whom was of color. The rest were white. And then there were the off-hand comments about there not being enough Black women ...
Sasheer Zamata joins 'Saturday Night Live,' its first black woman in 6 years Sasheer Zamata will join "Saturday Night Live" this month, making her the first African-American female in the show's cast in six years, a show rep said Monday. Zamata will make her debut on the late-night sketch comedy show on January 18, when hip-hop star Drake is scheduled to host, the rep said. The comedian has been honing her skills with the Upright Citizens Brigade in New York since graduating from the University of Virginia with a drama degree in 2009, according to her official biography. Producers of the NBC show have been criticized for the lack of diversity since Maya Rudolph left the cast six years ago. In October, "SNL" cast member Kenan Thompson told TV Guide the show had difficulty finding qualified black female comedians to hire. He insisted that the talent pool was limited because so many of the women were not seasoned enough for the job. Executive Producer Lorne Michaels told The New York Times last month he was ...
The search is over! EW has confirmed that Sasheer Zamata, a New York-based comedian, is joining the cast of Saturday Night Live when the show returns from...
After much controversy, Lorne Michaels finally wised up and cast an African-American woman as a featured played on Saturday Night Live. Sasheer Zamata, who has been a regular performer at New York'...
Live from New York, it's Sasheer Zamata! That's right, Saturday Night Live has a new cast member.
The boys are in New York now. Remember, . Saturday Night Live is on Dec 7, on NBC at 11:30 pm EST time !!. The boys will b…
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Its my dream to be on that stage and say those 9 famous words!!! "And live from New York its Saturday Night Live!" Yo Tina Fey! Look me up ;)
Who remembers 'The Thing that wouldn't leave' from the original Saturday Night Live cast with John Belushi playing a most unwelcome 'guest' who refused to take a hint...lol...We have a similar problem in New York City right now with a fellow they call 'Bloomberg', the lamest of lame ducks, who wants to milk every last instant of his 15 minutes of fame (He did pay $300 million for the job of mayor) Find out the latest outrageous, perverted and strange Bloomberg antics on our next morning news briefing. 7 AM NYC, 2 PM Jerusalem and Soweto, and 8 PM Jakarta. You don't want to miss this one!!!
Live from New York... It's Rev! Our favorite msnbc host joined the amazing Kerry Washigton on Saturday Night Live last night. Check it out and tell us what you think:
1975] Live from New York: George Carlin hosts the first Saturday Night Live with musical guests Janis Ian & Billy...
If you can make it in New York, you "can't" make it anywhere? California, to be specific. Conan O'brien made it in NY with his talk show and then failed in California with the Tonight Show. Jimmy Fallon also failed at a film career after success in NY on Saturday Night Live. Tina Fey also failed at being a female lead in films. "Mean Girls" was successful but she didn't play a lead. Don't listen to sayings from guys. They're always false. I'd listen to something from Hatshepsut's history over Jesus' history. Also, DJedefre (from Egypt) was titled the son of the Sun God before Jesus was the Son of God.
Aaron Paul took his "Breaking Bad" character Jesse to New York as he appeared on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend and did a hilarious skit on Obamacare.
ON THIS DAY Tuesday, October 1st · In 2011…"Live from New York": Lady Antebellum sings "We Owned The Night" and "Just A Kiss" on NBC's "Saturday Night Live." · In 2010…Jason Aldean's "My Kinda Party" video and Keith Urban's "Put You In A Song" premiere on CMT. · In 2009…Dailey & Vincent repeat as Entertainer of the Year at the International Bluegrass Music Association awards at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. · In 2005…Dierks Bentley is inducted into the Grand Ole Opry, performing "Come A Little Closer" after being introduced by Marty Stuart. · In 2004…Bruce Springsteen, R.E.M., John Fogerty and Bright Eyes kicked off the Vote for Change tour in Philadelphia. As part of the musical assault on swing states, Dave Matthews Band played in State College, Pennsylvania, and The Dixie Chicks performed in Pittsburgh. · In 1997…The video for the Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood duet, "In Another's Eyes," debuts on CMT. Portions of the performance come from their appearance on "The Tonight Show" 2 ...
Barely alive from New York: new cast on 'SNL,' same boring show:
Vocal demo production part 2 begins today with a song about star power and raging it in New York, Saturday Night Live style.
One day, when I have the money, I'm gonna go to New York to see Saturday Night Live
we saw him when I was in New York at the NBC studios filming Saturday Night live
Absolutely No Doubt Being in a group can be like a soap opera! Find out how sudden fame, serious jealousy, and a gorge guy named Gavin almost broke up the hippest band in the land. It’s been a most major week for No Doubt. Their Tragic Kingdom album has hit number one, they’ve rocked out on Saturday Night Live, and they’ve had a private tour of the White House. But even with all that under their belts, the Anaheim CA, quartet is stressed about tonight’s concert, their first full show in a few months. Backstage at Rockland Community College in New York, the band members chill out different ways. Bass player Tony Kanal is taping a scene with his camcorder. Drummer Adrian Young is hanging with his girlfriend, Christine. Guitarist Tom Dumont is digging through his huge bag of free diesel gear, trying to find something cool to wear for the show. Singer Gwen Stefani, meanwhile, has the college’s gym all to herself – a starstruck staffer was only too glad to open it for her. Anyone who’s seen No Do ...
This is how it generally works: Jay Pharoah or Jason Sudeikis screams "Live from New York, it's Saturday Night!"
Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, Seth Meyers, and Jason Sudeikis are on their way out at Saturday Night Live. Given the crowdedness but odd insularity of the comedy scenes in New York, Chicago, and L.A., finding new cast members is not the easiest task. But these are some people who could fit right in for…
A performance cannot be complete without a "Classic Yeezy Rant." Kanye West sounds off at the paparazzi, discusses his "celebrity," and chats about his forthcoming Saturday Night Live appearance (Saturday, May 18th) while on stage at Cartoon Network's Adult Swim Upfront Party last night at the Roseland Ballroom in New York. View the rant and performance of a new track entitled 'Awesome' on The Cryptic Beauty.
It's a dark day for New York's hottest clubs. Bill Hader is leaving Saturday Night Live at the end of this season.
Bill Hader of "Saturday Night Live" is leaving. Since joining the show in 2005, Hader has brought to life numerous characters on "SNL." Among his most popular are Stefon, an over-the-top, *** New York correspondent on "Weekend Update"; talk-show host Vinny Vedecci; and Dwayne Vogelcheck of the nearly incestuous "kissing family," just to name a few.
It's not often I can say this, but last night's Saturday Night Live was one of the best in years. Host Justin Timberlake (always a good sign) hosted for the 5th time amidst a slew of cameos (Tom Hanks, Alec Baldwin, Steve Martin amongst others), classic characters (two wild and crazy guys!!!) and current favs (I about fell out of bed laughing when Bill Hader's "Stefon" said that New York's hottest club was "based on the novel "Push" by Sapphire). Only a couple of duds (The Sober Tales Of Caligula?) but overall the best they've done in awhile. If you're able to, find a way to watch it.
In today's selection - the iconic comedy show "Saturday Night Live" had its roots in Chicago's Second City Theater, which had famous alumni ranging from John Belushi to Bill Murray to Tina Fey and dozens in-between. But Second City had in turn emerged from the short-lived Compass Players, a theater company with a daring and often uncomfortable approach to comedy when it debuted in 1955. The star alumni from Compass were Mike Nichols and Elaine May, whose next step was to conquer Broadway with their improvisational comedy act, then build legendary careers in movie writing and directing. Their comedy intentionally distanced itself from the "Catskills" comedy of the day -- which relied on superficial, gag-based comedy instead of character -- and was part of the revolution brewing throughout 1950s American society that belied its quiet surfaces: "To fully grasp the shift that was taking place in New York comedy [in the 1960s], one must understand the 1950s Chicago theater company the Compass Players, from whi ...
Nirvana Reunion Tour? Dave Grohl's Reps Say Rumors Are 'Nonsense' Rumors have been circulating about a possible Nirvana reunion tour. The remaining members of Nirvana have teamed up twice in the past week, but don't call it a reunion tour just yet. Page Six reports that their sources say drummer Dave Grohl is putting together a “Nirvana anniversary tour with a secret frontman," despite also confirming that Grohl's reps called the rumors "nonsense." Thoughts of a Nirvana reunion heated up when Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, and Pat Smear performed together at New York's 12-12-12 Sandy benefit concert. The Nirvana members took the stage with Beatles alum Paul Mccartney to perform a new track, "Cut Me Some Slack." Days later, the remaining Nirvana members joined McCartney again to play "Cut Me Some Slack" on "Saturday Night Live." Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain committed suicide in 1994, at which time Nirvana stopped recording and touring. Cobain's wife, Courtney Love, has been in a legal battle over the years ...
Peter Tosh MURDER HOW did the internationally known Jamaican icon and reggae singer, Peter Tosh — second only in fame to the legendary Bob Marley — really die? And, after the impact of his brutal murder hit the local and foreign Press, what other sensation could one have imagined the blood-thirsty killers had in mind, when they also massacred, in one sitting, well-known broadcaster and disc jockey, Jeff Dixon, o/c Free I; and another man, known as Wilton Brown? [Hide Description] *** Jagger (left) of the Rolling Stones, joins reggae musician Peter Tosh in duet during rehearsal for NBC-TV’s Saturday Night Live programme on Friday, December 16, 1978 in New York. (Photo: AP) [Restore Description] 1/3 And, to add spice it seemed, to the whole movie-like script, the common-law wife of Tosh, Marlene Brown; the wife of Free I; and visitors Michael Robinson and Santa Davis, survived to re-visit this bloodcurdling tale. But not before Marlene Brown went through agony, as at first blush, it was thought a bul ...
Looking for something in my email archives, I found this 2008 “press release” which I sent to a few friends in the days after John Mccain nominated Sarah Palin to run as his VP. It made me laugh. And then I remembered: I wrote it! Maybe the Pope thing is out of reach. - Dateline: Friday, September 12, 2008 Subject: RE: Jon Stewart Suspends All Comedy Vacations Beazleman, Montana – At a hastily arranged press conference in the parking lot of the Beazleman, Montana Circle K, Jon Steward cancelled vacation for all U.S. comedy writers and ordered funny people back to New York, Hollywood, Los Angeles and the home office in Sioux City, Iowa “at once… immediately… post haste… now.” “We have been neglectful in our duties,” Steward announced. “We take responsibility.” Pointing at a large poster of Sarah Palin, Steward stressed, “We did not sleep with that woman. I am sorry.” Steward’s show, Saturday Night Live, The Colbert Report, and several other sources of humor-mongering observati ...
Alright america, here's some news that we can all enjoy together live, from New York... on TV in two weeks... We're gonna be the musical guests on February 16 on Saturday Night Live!!! Christoph Waltz is hosting! So rad, thanks SNL for the huge honor.
Hello!    I trust the holiday period was to your liking and that Santa brought you what you were after and if not brought you something a close second? I, once again, seem to be inundated with socks and celebrations which is somewhat confusing as I *never* ask for them. Huh.  Anyway, with the new year here we have some new releases for you now that the games companies have got over their mince pie excess. 2012 was – surprisingly- a great year for the gaming industry and I would suspect that everyone is looking forward to making 2013 even better. That’s good news for us at any rate!   Looking ahead we have various Fantasy Flight Games releases due – some more Netrunner releases, a Star Wars Card game release, several Warhammer 40k roleplaying supplements and, no doubt, more games and such like. Paizo have several Pathfinder items due though currently we seem to have had one set of Pathfinder releases go missing between New York and the UK. We are reassured it is being looked into by Top Men. Top. ...
Gilda Radner’s Dream Gilda Radner is best known as an original cast member of Saturday Night Live. As one of the “Not Ready for Prime Time Players” she created lovable characters like Rosanne Rosannadanna, Emily Litella and Lisa Loopner. Gilda’s astonishing career was cut short when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 1986. Joanna Bull, Gilda’s cancer psychotherapist, introduced her to cancer support groups. Recognizing how integral the support experience was to her treatment, Gilda’s dream was to develop a community where anyone with cancer would receive the kind of support she had found. In her best-selling book It’s Always Something, Gilda wrote about her experience living with cancer. She spoke of establishing such a support community in New York when she felt better and said, “There should be a thousand of them.” Gilda’s ovarian cancer was diagnosed too late for effective treatment and she died in 1989. Following her death, Gilda’s husband, actor and comedian Gene Wilder, J ...
Song FUN “Some Nights” Fueled by Ramen, Nettwork This indie pop band from New York was popular with the song “We are young,” which I played often at events last year. Nate Ruess’ vocal range make the band stand out in a way reminiscent of 1960’s crooners like Frankie Valli. I was disappointed in Fun’s performance this fall on Saturday Night Live as their sound was thin and their energy was lackluster. In general, I think Fun is a hit with a wide range of people. Their appeal is infectious as well as the sound of their recordings. I hope they continue to turn out such pleasing songs.
I died laughing, this is a real quote. "Jamie Foxx: My name is Jamie Foxx. Give it up, give it up, New York City, Saturday Night Live. Come on, make some noise, man. New York City, New York City, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Queens, it’s crazy. I’m black, and I’m dressed all black cause it’s good to be black. Black is the new white. I’m telling you, how black is this right here? Nice fly, I’m saying. You know how I know black is in right now? Cause the Nets moved to Brooklyn. How black is that? They got black jerseys, black court. I mean, how black is that? And Jay-z is the owner, a rapper. How black is that? And Jay-z only own about this much of the team. But he act like he own all of New York. How black is that?" --- Loki
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The Rolling Stones have signed on for Wednesday's 12-12-12 Hurricane Sandy benefit. They join a lineup that already includes Paul Mccartney, The Who, Eric Clapton, Bruce Springsteen, Roger Waters, Billy Joel and many others. A number of celebs have also been added to act as MCs, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Billy Crystal, Adam Sandler, Jessica Chastain, Chelsea Clinton, Jimmy Fallon, Jake Gyllenhaal, Saturday Night Live's Seth Meyers and Bobby Moynihan, and former New York City fireman Steve Buscemi. 12-12-12 will be held at Madison Square Garden in New York. It will air on numerous TV networks, stream on Yahoo and be shown in some NYC movie theaters in neighborhoods hard hit by Sandy.-AB
So, if you want a totally surreal experience reliving 9/11: Life Before / Life During / Life After, you need to get on Netflix, pull up Saturday Night Live: The 2000s collection, and just start watching. Tina Fey, Will Ferrell, Maya Rudolph, etc... I've had it in the background while I work over the last month and I'm telling you, it's the most bizarre way to re-experience the national pride everyone felt at the beginning, and how all of a sudden everyone was united wanting to kick the shout of Osama Bin Laden. I've never lived in New York, but I remember feeling so connected to that event in that place. I'd never seen the Towers as anything but buildings before it happened... but afterward I started seeing them in all the old movies that were set in New York... Ghostbusters... etc. If you have a whole lot of time to half-watch seasons of shows while you work or do whatever, and you have a strong memory of that time, it's seriously worth checking out.
I know that I am biased in my opinion since I have been a fan of sketch comedy and NYC my whole life, but "Saturday Night Live" has been really funny this season. From Daniel Craig's cutting room floor Bond "girls" to Bruno Mars depressed guy in a mouse suit and Louis CK as Abe Lincoln as a stand-up comedian or drunk guy at a bar picking up the last drunk woman. The political parodies. I don't even miss Andy Samberg and he is my soul mate. Maybe Kristen Wiig though. Check out clips and there is a blizzard on a Saturday, what else you gonna do at 10 30. Live from New York.
Recent star of the New York gubernatorial debate Jimmy McMillan was given a send-up on "Saturday Night Live" last night, when Keenan Thompson debuted his hilarious and spot-on impression of him. During a segment on "Weekend Update," McMillan discussed the "Rent Is Too *** High" party and shared som...
It was cruel that Former Gov., David Patterson of New York was chided by Saturday Night Live and others for his blindness. I understand that he developed the condition after repeated warnings during puberty. "Keep that up and you'll go blind."
o! my g-d mar tyr dumb of robin bush on octobigbird 11 19/53 B I N G O! MR CLOONEY! Saturday Night Live (abbreviated as SNL) is an American late-night live television sketch comedy and variety show created by Lorne Michaels and developed by *** Ebersol.[1] The show premiered on NBC on October 11, 1975, under the original title NBC's Saturday Night. The show's comedy sketches, which parody American culture and politics,[2] are performed by a large and varying cast of repertory and newer cast members.[2][3] Each episode is hosted by a celebrity guest, who usually delivers an opening monologue and performs in sketches with the cast, and features performances by a musical guest. An episode normally begins with a cold open sketch that ends with someone breaking character and proclaiming, "Live from New York, it's Saturday Night!", beginning the show proper.[4]
Today in 1992...Sinead O'Connor did her career some major damage when she appeared on Saturday Night Live and held up a photo of Pope John Paul II, ripped it into pieces and said, "Fight the real enemy." Over the next few days the NBC switchboard in New York received thousands of calls denouncing O'Connor's performance. The network and the show's executive producer, Lorne Michaels, both denied any knowledge of O'Connor's plan and said she had performed the song differently in rehearsal. Catholic groups expressed outrage at the act and called it patently offensive to people of all religious beliefs. NBC has never again aired the O'Connor performance..ps Happy Birthday to Tommy Lee, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Chubby Checkers, Jack Wagner, Gwen Stephani, Clive Owen, n Al Sharpton.
For those of you that enjoyed poking fun at Mitt Romney for suggesting that airplane windows ought to open, I post the following from the Huffington Post: "Mitt Romney gave the Internet -- and Rachel Maddow -- a chuckle Monday after post-fundraiser comments that appeared to show the candidate has a tenuous grasp on the physics of flight. But after Mitt Romney was quoted as saying that airplane windows "don’t open. I don’t know why they don’t do that," a campaign pool reporter says the candidate was joking. Ashley Parker, a New York Times reporter who filed on the comments, tells New York Magazine that "it was clear from the context that he was not being serious." Never mind Romney's general track record with humor, as Tim Stanley writes in The Telegraph: "It's worth noting that Romney has a habit of throw away lines that suggest a barbed sense of humour that no one else quite gets." OK, so if he can't tell a joke, perhaps he ought have a limited future on Saturday Night Live.
Time to release the anger. Things I hate: People who don't bend the bills of their hats. Clean shoes. Clean trucks. Heights. Spiders. Bigots. Homophobics. People who don't see that racial stereotypes are funny (they are). Republicans. Democrats. Soccer. Fair weather sports fans. People who say John Wayne was not a good actor, yet have never seen 'The Shootist'. Modern country music. The Philadelphia Eagles. Hippies. Hipsters. Communists. People who don't read. People who talk about sports as if they have an actual understanding of the game...and don't. Cheap whiskey. Any vodka. Elitists. Anti-Elitists. Morons who give religion a bad name. Morons who give atheism a bad name. Agnostics. People who talk about how great L.A./New York is. Quentin Tarantino movies. Adults who still think it's funny my last name is Cox. Family Guy. Stuart Scott. Guys with guitars in parks. People that try to hard. People that don't try hard enough. The uninformed. Compact cars. Gun control advocates. America Haters. Te ...
Estimated net worth: $70 Million A favorite among the New York comedy bar circuit, Chris Rock spent years building a career in stand-up comedy. In 1990 he was given his first big break on TV in the show Saturday Night Live. From here on he began winning Emmy Awards and being known as one of the best comedians in America. His amazing talent and experience in stand-up landed him roles in movies such as Beverly Hills Ninja and The Longest Yard. As awards kept coming in from Emmy’s to Grammy’s so did bigger salaries for the comedian!
Congratulations to the winners of our Wizard World Chicago trivia contest! Thanks to the ladies and gents at JADS International, four fantastic fans got to bring home a host of fragrances inspired by the Avengers! Chicago convention attendees Rosario Heberia and Heather Overstreet were the Grand Prize (complete set of Avengers fragrances) and Runner-up (fragrance of choice) winners, respectively; while Dennis Cooper and Dave Gray couldn’t make it to the show, but were winners anyway for answering the following questions correctly: 1 - Though set in New York, what 2004 mighty Marvel film had a thrilling elevated train fight that was partly filmed in Chicago? Spider-Man 2 2 – What American Academy of Art in Chicago grad, painted the birth of the Marvel Universe as seen through a photographer’s eye in 1994’s Marvels? Alex Ross 3 – Which of the Windy City’s favorite sons played the Hulk in a March 1979 sketch on Saturday Night Live? John Belushi Another hearty salute to our friends Rosario, Heat ...
Senator Famous for Joking About Rape Campaigns for Obama, Biden 12:29 PM, Aug 23, 2012 • By DANIEL HALPER Earlier this week, Senator Al Franken of Minnesota joined Vice President Joe Biden for a campaign event in Minnesota. "Biden got plenty of support from Minnesota Democrats," PostBulletin.com reports. "Sen. Al Franken praised Obama for pushing the health care law, saying it will help more seniors get help paying for prescriptions and will ensure Medicare's solvency for an additional eight years." But before Franken was a senator he was a writer on the TV show Saturday Night Live. Then, he famously joked about raping CBS reporter Lesley Stahl. As New York Magazine reported in 1995, from a writing session that the reporter sat in on: Franken: “And, ‘I give the pills to Lesley Stahl. Then, when Lesley’s passed out, I take her to the closet and rape her.’ Or, ‘That’s why you never see Lesley until February.’ Or, ‘When she passes out, I put her in various positions and take pictures of her ...
Kristen Wiig has induced gut-busting, tear-jerking laughter playing memorable "Saturday Night Live" characters (with notably bad hair), including baby-handed Dooneese Maharelle, schoolgirl Gilly and tough movie critic Aunt Linda. Fortunately, the New York native has had much better luck with her loc...
Mr Davis died of throat and neck cancer at his home in Hudson, New York on Thursday. The comedian is famed for the comedy duo he formed with Al Franken and for his writing for hit NBC show 'Saturday Night Live'
A writer who with Al Franken helped develop some of the most popular skits in the early years of "Saturday Night Live" has died in New York. Tom Davis was 59.
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The opening scene could unfold like this: Eli Manning is standing behind a podium at a press conference with the Lombardi Trophy, but all the questions are about another New York quarterback. You know which one.
Congratulations to Mark Zuckerberg and Christine Quinn, (New York politician), on their marriages to their longtime Girlfriends. I'm sorry yet another Gibb Brother has been prevented from cancer from "Staying Alive" long enough to see his "golden" years and I'm sorry Kristen Wiig is leaving "Saturday Night Live", she made that show for me.
Saturday Night Live has set the stage for its season finale this weekend -- and a star-studded stage it’ll be: Host *** Jagger will perform with Foo Fighters, Jeff Beck and Arcade Fire live from New York on Saturday.
"Live from New York it's Saturday Night!" Saturday Night Live hosted by Will Ferrel is on:)
Live from New York, it's not Aaron Rodgers. Days before Eli Manning is set to host "Saturday Night Live," Aaron Rodgers explained why he has yet to host the program despite being asked. Speaking to Darren Smith of 1090 AM … Continue reading →
Seth Meyers says "Saturday Night Live" will go "easy" on Eli Manning when the New York Giants…
Today in History - 1864 - The motto "In God We Trust" is approved by Congress to be placed on all US coins. 1898 - The Spanish-American War begins as the USS Nashville captures a Spanish Merchant Ship off Southern Fllorida. 1970 - The first Earth Day is celebrated by 200 million people in 140 nations. 750,000 attend the Central Park celebration in New York. 1978 - The Blues Brothers make their world premiere on Saturday Night Live. 1998 - Disney's Animal Kingdom opens at Walt Disney World.
Now that Mitt Romney's general election campaign is breathing air, will he soon be "live, from New York"? The Republican presidential candidate has been asked to host "Saturday Night Live," according to Maureen Dowd's New York Times column, published Saturday evening.
"When you become famous, you've got like a year or two where you act like a real *** " Bill Murray told Tom Shales and James Miller when they interviewed him for Live from New York, their oral history of Saturday Night Live.
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