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Saturday Night Live! #75
Posted: 1/31/12 at 12:24pm
I am actually not surprised over that. He was hardly ever used and got little to no air time. Everyone was thrilled for him when the first Windemere sketch took off.

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Saturday Night Live! #76
Posted: 1/31/12 at 12:51pm
Aw, I really liked him. I had hoped he'd eventually graduate to regular player from featured player.
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Saturday Night Live! #77
Posted: 1/31/12 at 1:15pm
I am surprised the Jay Pharaoh has hung on as long as he has.
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Saturday Night Live! #78
Posted: 1/31/12 at 1:35pm
i will truly miss Lord Windemere...
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Saturday Night Live! #79
Posted: 2/5/12 at 12:14am
Tonight has been a winner so far.
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Saturday Night Live! #80
Posted: 2/5/12 at 9:53am
DId Channing Tatum really dance/strip in EVERY skit???

This goes to show what a lack of talent he really is and just another pretty face. How could he sit there on the table reads and allow for these writers to write him in as a half naked dancer/stripper in EVERY skit??

sad sad sad

Probably one of the worst episodes this season.



Updated On: 2/5/12 at 09:53 AM
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Saturday Night Live! #81
Posted: 2/5/12 at 11:54am
I'm watching it now and that DOWNTON ABBEY commercial had me almost peeing myself.
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Saturday Night Live! #82
Posted: 2/5/12 at 12:18pm
Actually, it was one of the funniest episodes these season.
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Saturday Night Live! #83
Posted: 2/5/12 at 12:26pm
"Miss Tiffany! Your husband got shot in the face by a slave!"
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Saturday Night Live! #84
Posted: 2/5/12 at 1:08pm
The DOWNTON ABBEY and Lana Del Ray bits were great, the rest was kind of pitiful. It was sad to see Paul Brittain left out of the opening credits. Poor guy. At this point, practically all the other cast members might as well be called Not-Wiig/Armisen/Hader...why single him out?


Channing Tatum needs to send a nice thank you note to whatever powerful queen he f**ked to get his A-list status and scuttle off to be the 2nd banana eye candy in some crime show on CBS, already. Oh, and take Sam Worthington with him.
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Saturday Night Live! #85
Posted: 2/5/12 at 1:39pm
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Saturday Night Live! #86
Posted: 2/5/12 at 1:47pm
Every time I looked at the TV, Channing was half naked. It was a bit much.

BTW, is he really bisexual?
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Saturday Night Live! #87
Posted: 2/5/12 at 1:55pm
I like the Newt Gingric: Moon President sketch with the Reagan robot asking Romney if he was his "robot dad."
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Saturday Night Live! #88
Posted: 2/5/12 at 2:30pm
Channing took his shirt off in the monologue, the Cee Lo skit and the very end. I don't see it any different than the boob jokes they'd do if Dolly Parton was hosting.
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Saturday Night Live! #89
Posted: 2/5/12 at 4:26pm

Yeah, I was just about to say that he didn't take his clothes off nearly as much as people were complaining.

Seriously, I don't get the hate. I had pretty much no opinion on him before the show (and was expecting a dud, quite honestly) but I thought he was funny.
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Saturday Night Live! #90
Posted: 2/5/12 at 4:44pm
But it does illustrate how in our multi-tasking culture, people glance at a show three times and then comment on the whole 90 minutes.
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Saturday Night Live! #91
Posted: 2/12/12 at 12:12am
Jean Dujardin's surprise appearance in the french skit was hilarious!! He is the definition of charming.
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Saturday Night Live! #92
Posted: 2/12/12 at 12:24am
Nic Cage's appearance on Weekend Update was pretty amazing. Nicely done.
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Saturday Night Live! #93
Posted: 2/12/12 at 12:29am
That's high praise.

Jean Dujardin is amazing.
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Saturday Night Live! #94
Posted: 2/12/12 at 12:35am
The Quirky girl show was pretty funny. I can see that recurring - especially if ZD was fine with it. She did a pretty good MK impression. Wiig as Bjork. HA!
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Saturday Night Live! #95
Posted: 2/12/12 at 12:45am
I find Zooey hilarious.
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Saturday Night Live! #96
Posted: 2/12/12 at 12:49am
They just faded out with a photo from a skit they did when Whitney Houston was the guest host back in the '90s (or '00s?). It was a very nice inclusion and done in a way as to not detract from the hilarity of tonight's show. Well done, Lorne et al.
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Saturday Night Live! #97
Posted: 2/12/12 at 1:11am
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Saturday Night Live! #98
Posted: 2/12/12 at 10:11am
I thought that was one of the best episodes of the season. The French dancers, the quirky show, the Piers Morgan skit, and especially Weekend Update with Nic Cage hit. I think the Nicolas Cage thing was the hardest I've laughed at SNL all season.

Very strong episode - hope it continues next week!
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Saturday Night Live! #99
Posted: 2/12/12 at 1:11pm
An excellent episode! Nice to see Taran Killim getting more play. The quirky girl bit was brilliant.

But could somebody explain Carmen to me? She's obviously not without talent, but is the toothy, Up With People-ish, white-bread affectedness some sort of ironic hipster thing I'm too old to understand? Was I the only one watching having flashbacks of the Osmonds?
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Saturday Night Live! #100
Posted: 2/12/12 at 1:58pm
Weird copywright thing: I was rewatching the Quirky Girl Show on Hulu, and when she said "Now we're going to make our eyes real big while Mamma Cass sings", the music that played on the Hulu clip was NOT Mama Cass.

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