I know I'm in the minority, but I thought last night was hysterical.
I watched in a large group and we had been at a HOBY Leadership seminar, so we had been up for like 48 hours already....then, when this started we were willing to laugh at anything.
1. Drunkass courtney love walking down the red carpet
2. The terrible Olsen Twins
3. Sexy Tina Fey
4. The Fox 5 make-fun.
5. The Swan Sketch. OMFG lmao.
6. Jimmy's poopy noise and his trashing of NYM.
7. Tina's Ahnold impression.
1. Those Annoying Brothers
2. The fact it was funny to laugh at the Olsens.
3. Jimmy! I don't think he's funny.
Horatio and Jimmy are finally done!
Watching in a large group just jacks the funny factor up so much.
I liked the Grease sketch. It was just goofy, but that made it funny.
I like how the women (and men) were all fawning over Jimmy, I wonder if it's actually like that :shrug
He was my favorite on the show...next year is gonna suck without him. I hope Tina won' t be doing WU by herself. :barf
I just love the one where they are photographers and make fun of themselves.
i wish they would have done the "zinger" skits. Although Megan Mullally did the best one so far. Maybe it's just cause i love her
I think what made me laugh the hardest (at myself) is WU when Jimmy said Austin was the #1 place for dating, and I was thinking, Hmmm, I'm in Austin, on Saturday night, sitting on my couch alone watching TV. :crying
But at least I'm not as disgustingly skinny as Mary Kate. That was nasty.
Amen. I used to hate this when the actors did it on the Carol Burnett show. Actually I hated the Carol Burnett show, but I digress. When SNL first started, Lorne Michaels would get angry if the actors and writers pulled cheesy stuff like that. He'd say it was "too Carol Burnett."
Fallon Signs Off of 'Saturday Night Live'
18 minutes ago
NEW YORK - Say goodbye to Jimmy Fallon on "Saturday Night Live."
Fallon announced that he was leaving the comedy show at the end of his "Weekend Update" segment with Tina Fey on Saturday, the show's last original episode of the season.
It was no surprise to NBC executives.
"He had made it clear that he wanted to move on and we wish him all the best," Jeff Zucker, president of the NBC Universal Television Group, said Monday.
"SNL" gave Fallon a fond send-off, with a long skit featuring one of his signature characters, a nasally voiced and obnoxious radio disc jockey.
Fallon, 29, joined "Saturday Night Live" in 1998.
Jimmy's only 29?? Hmmm, I guess he is still in my league... :lovestruc
That's too bad he's leaving..he was the only cute guy on SNL. Now there's none. :(
BTW-The only SNL that I really laughed at this year was the one Megan Mullaly hosted. That was great.
So Tina is just re-using jokes?? Her Ahnold impression was the exact same joke she used before. I thought she was a better writer than that.
I think she's been too busy lately, whoring out her new movie.
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