If you’ve ever imagined what it might look like to watch two presidential candidates waltz through a giant dance number, complete with fog machines and tuxedoed butlers, today’s your lucky day.
We are gathered here today to discuss a crisis that will affect the ovaries of woman across the globe: “Drizzy” Drake has shaved off his beard.
“Sunday Routine” is a weekly New York Times feature that exists primarily to shame the contingent of the city inclined to wake up just as the sun is setting, one shoe still dangling from the toes of a hungover foot. But not this week!
Though she spent three years as a cast member on Saturday Night Live, sketches like “Big Zit” didn’t make Julia Louis-Dreyfus a household name in the 80s. No, that came later. In an interview published today in the Times, Louis-Dreyfus (who hosts Saturday’s SNL) was asked whether she looked back at her prosthetic…
Saturday Night Live’s Hillary Clinton continues to be the most likable Clinton out there—admittedly, not a difficult feat.
In an alleged backstage audio from the night of his Saturday Night Live performance this past weekend, Kanye West can be heard screaming about Taylor Swift, Stanley Kubrick and Apostle Paul.
Maya Rudolph, your favorite SNL alum, will star in a new variety show with Martin Short called Maya And Marty In Manhattan. Are you ready for more Beyoncé impressions?
Flirting with your co-workers is usually inappropriate, but when it’s scripted on a teleprompter, what can you do except lean into it?
In a jumble of descriptors not normally associated with Fox, Variety reports that the network has greenlit a pilot co-written by Rob Rosell and delightful-as-all-get-out SNL alumni Nasim Pedrad. The series, titled Chad: An American Boy, will star Pedrad as a teen dealing with the trials of adolescence, his awkward…
Over the course of of a six-city Iowa tour, Hillary Clinton rapidly morphed into Kate McKinnon-as-Hillary and told voters why she is the only conceivable choice for president.
Like her husband President Barack Obama and his dad jeans, First Lady Michelle Obama is very savvy at playing the uncool-but-sorta-still-cool parent. On Thursday, the FLOTUS took her swag to the next level with a college endorsement rap video… where she rhymed… in a booth… in the White House.
There are few of us out there who watch Saturday Night Live solely for the show’s musical performances (unless it’s Ashlee Simpson), but Adele’s amazing performance on the show last night is making a bigger splash than the show itself. And there’s a very good reason for that.
On Monday, November 16, CBS originally planned to air episodes of Supergirl and NCIS: Los Angeles that tackled terrorist-related subject matter. Seeing as this material would be jarring, to say the least, after the attacks in Paris and Beirut, the episodes have been swapped for more innocuous ones.
Justin Bieber’s sensual Calvin Klein ads were destined to be spoofed, and Kate McKinnon—who was most likely Justin Bieber in another lifetime—was the perfect person to do it. In these outtakes from her original Saturday Night Live skit, McKinnon plays the drums dressed as the boy wonder and saunters around in CK…
Amy Poehler came on Late Night with Seth Meyers last night for a special Women’s World Cup -themed reprisal of their SNL outrage outlet, Really!?!
The comedian who says Saturday Night Live plagiarized his game show sketch from the Canadian show This Hour is 22 Minutes during last weekend’s episode is considering legal action.
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Saturday Night Live has been accused of plagiarism after a sketch from this week’s episode was discovered to be more than a little similar to a 5-month-old sketch from the Canadian series, This Hour Has 22 Minutes.