TV Special | TV-14 | | Comedy
Former members of Saturday Night Live come together to remember the past 40 years of Saturday Night Live.
In the "Weekend Update" segment of the show, anchor Jane Curtin quipped that 11 movies based on Saturday Night Live (1975) sketches were made (as of 2015), which is equivalent to 22 thumbs down. In reality, Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert, on both Sneak Previews (1975) and later At the Movies (1986), gave The Blues Brothers (1980), Wayne's World (1992), Wayne's World 2 (1993), and Stuart Saves His Family (1995) two thumbs up. They actually gave Coneheads (1993), Blues Brothers 2000 (1998), and A Night at the Roxbury (1998) two thumbs down, and did not review It's Pat: The Movie (1994). Following Siskel's death, Ebert wrote unfavorable reviews of Superstar (1999) and The Ladies Man (2000), and never reviewed MacGruber (2010).
Hey, it's us, in stupid wigs.
Adam Sandler: If you're in tonight's audience, that means you did it. You're an SNL Great.
Adam Sandler: Congratulations. You know, there's been a lot of classic moments here, over the years.
Andy Samberg: Yeah. A lot of classic moves. But right now, we're ...
Andy Samberg, Adam Sandler: ...