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SNL Takes On Radical Islam

Whether it’s the work of Shakespeare, Oscar Wilde, or Louis C.K., the power of comedy can’t be denied. A well-placed zinger has the capacity to deliver cultural observations, indictments, and criticisms about issues that are often seen as too sensitive, lowbrow, or just plain uncomfortable to talk about. 466 more words

Charlie Hedbo

Jim Breuer Talked About Being Ranked 139 Out Of 141 'SNL' Cast Members By 'Rolling Stone'

Man, Rolling Stone will never live down that horribly ill-advised ranking of all 141 Saturday Night Live cast members they published earlier this year. Opinions are like buttholes, etc., etc., but it was… 230 more words


Harry Potter Is 'F*CKING LEGEND': The 21 Best Tweets From Pete Davidson's 'Harry Potter' Marathon

You’d think that Pete Davidson, fresh from his first year on Saturday Night Live as one of the youngest cast members ever, would have plenty to do during the break besides marathon a couple of Harry Potter movies and live-tweet them. 623 more words


Top 10 Sketches from SNL40

The day after a new episode of Saturday Night Live airs, people flood to social media to share their favorite sketches, short films and jokes from the most recent episode. 966 more words

Amy Adams


May 21st in history:

Michelangelo’s sculpture, the Pieta, was vandalized at the Vatican on May 21st, 1972 by a geologist named Laszlo Toth. He damaged the statue of the Virgin Mary with several blows from a hammer. 103 more words

Today In History

Saturday Night Live: Brown Skin Not Enough

I have been watching Saturday night live since Will Ferrell graced us with his top tier cowbell skills:

I have seen cast members come and go, and cried my eyes out when Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler said their farewells. 381 more words

Celebrity Juice

KFC Is Bringing Back Colonel Sanders

First McDonald’s brings back the Hamburgler – who is super creepy – and now KFC says they’re resurrecting Colonel Sanders. According to RestaurantNews.com, SNL alum… 78 more words