Saturday Night Live (1975– )

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Comedy, Music


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A famous guest host stars in parodies and sketches created by the cast of this witty show.

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Creator:

Lorne Michaels

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13 September 2007 | grkamerican1984
10
| whenever i'm down
whenever i'm down or depressed, the one thing i watch to cheer me up? Saturday Night Live. every Saturday night, i'd have some pizza for dinner, wash it down with a good soda or beer, lay back on the couch and watch SNL all night long. SNL is the best show i've ever seen, very funny, creative, and it's a wonder that's as big a success now as it was 32 years ago. tina fey is really funny, as is amy poehler, seth myers and kenan thomson. kenan was one of my favorite childhood actors when he was in nickelodeon's "kenan and kel". sometimes i go on youtube and look for clips of the old SNL, and it's just as funny. so thank u SNL. thank you for making me look at the bright, comedic and slightly inappropriate side of life.

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