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11.14.12 Marina Galperina

“I look at me and see art,” Rihanna just told GQ. “If I didn’t like what I was doing, then I would say I was committing slavery.” Well, some web artists looked at her SNL performance saw bountiful rippage and got angry. We thought the whole #seapunkgate was healthy and cleansing. But, if you’re still peeved, artist […]

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10.24.10 Bucky Turco

Gubernatorial debate champ and human caricature Jimmy McMillian has reached the big time. He was lampooned to near perfection by Kenan Thompson in a performance that included a moving new campaign promise: “Breakfast, lunch, and dinner” for all! […]

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09.27.10 Bucky Turco

Did you watch Saturday Night Live? Of course you didn’t, so here’s what you missed. There was mostly a bunch of unfunny skits and then the Weekend Update with Seth Meyers, Amy Poehler and guest appearances by both Governor Patersons. […]

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04.11.10 Bucky Turco

Saturday Night Live alumni Tina Fey helped make the perpetually unfunny show funny this weekend by returning to play vice presidential silver medalist, Sarah Palin, and she pretty much nailed it, down to the leather biker jacket ensemble. […]

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01.14.10 Cajun Boy

As you’ve probably heard, Sarah Palin signed on to become a “Fox News contributor” this week, so she’s apparently making the rounds of Fox’s “fair and balanced” programming to promote her unique brand of moronic conservatism. […]

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01.11.10 Cajun Boy

If you watched Saturday Night Live over the weekend but didn’t watch NBC’s football pregame show, you missed the funniest moment of the show hosted by Charles Barley because it didn’t air during the actual SNL broadcast. […]

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12.20.09 Cajun Boy

Following the shocking death of Brittany Murphy today, a few people of the internet have noted that she was recently parodied by Abby Elliot on SNL after being fired from a film for “erratic behavior.” […]

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10.05.09 Cajun Boy

Over the weekend, Saturday Night Live opened it’s show with a sketch featuring Fred Armisen and his utterly God-awful Barack Obama impersonation. Now, while Armisen’s impression of Obama was actually shittier than usual (Seriously, is he even trying anymore?!), the material written for the sketch by SNL’s writers was kinda funny and a bit thought-provoking. […]

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