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post #16 of 49
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I think of orange soda.

Whooooo loves orange soda????
post #17 of 49
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post
LOL, this is a great monologue.

+1
post #18 of 49
I liked the 'Zach hires an assistant' sketch.
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I liked the 'Zach hires an assistant' sketch.
Yeah, that was classic too. Zach is a f@cking genius.
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People still watch SNL?

I do.
Have pretty much done so (schedule, location and/or BAL permitting) since 8th grade.
Srsly.
I'm a fan.
post #21 of 49
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Originally Posted by FENWAY View Post
Last time I saw an opening as good as that was last year when Galifianakis hosted

Agreed. But he seemed a lot more baked this time round. He messed up his line in almost every sketch and there were a few time he completely missed the beat.

Anywho, favorite was opening and the masturbating dog bit.
post #22 of 49
The monologue was OK, but I liked the last time he hosted better. The O'Douls/gaylord joke was gold. The whole tearing off poster-sized pads of paper is a little old these days. The scared straight skits are always funny, haha. Who the fuck is Jesse J?
post #23 of 49
eh, I prefer The Old Saturday Night Live (SNL) Thread.

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With Galafinakis, I have no doubt he was solid. I saw him open for Jeaneane Garofalo many years back and he was a tough act to follow.
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With Galafinakis, I have no doubt he was solid. I saw him open for Jeaneane Garofalo many years back and he was a tough act to follow.

I don't get her appeal, Tomas.
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post
I don't get her appeal, Tomas.

probably because your idea of comedy gold is america's funniest home videos/pets/babies.
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I don't get her appeal, Tomas.

It was a concession to the Mrs, who bought the tickets. I don't think much of JG: her humor is bitter like coffee left on the burner too long.

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probably because your idea of comedy gold is america's funniest home videos/pets/babies.

Hey don't knock it mang.
post #27 of 49
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probably because your idea of comedy gold is america's funniest home videos/pets/babies.
No..just no.
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It was a concession to the Mrs, who bought the tickets. I don't think much of JG: her humor is bitter like coffee left on the burner too long.
Man, that sucks. When I get married, we're only going to do things that I want to do.
post #28 of 49
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Man, that sucks. When I get married, we're only going to do things that I want to do.

I know the day is young, but I don't see anyone topping this statement today. You, sir, win the internet.
post #29 of 49
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Have pretty much done so (schedule, location and/or BAL permitting) since 8th grade.

Been actively watching since about the same age. I started watching just for the hope of seeing Wayne's World every week. I think it's funny how as you grow up your perspective on the show completely changes. When I was 12 I only got about 1/3 of Dennis Miller's jokes on Weekend Update. Today, I don't get any of his jokes.

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Anywho, favorite was opening and the masturbating dog bit.

The dog sketch was incredible. I love when there's a gem buried deep at the end of the show.

I also didn't realize that there really is a show called The Talk and that the real Sarah Gilbert is part of the cast. I am quite surprised that a network that dominates Prime Time as much as they do cannot come up with anything in the a.m. I think we're a couple of months away from them just showing the test pattern for three hours everyday.
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Sir Elton hosting. Anyone know if this is "all new" or recorded? Regardless, I'm expecting a lot of ghey-nuss and hilarity.
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