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Like a fun-house mirror version of the Charles Grodin show, it's the fascinating, unholy mess that is Tom Green/David Gray! We've somehow wrangled Justin Hart of Telehell to join us in unraveling the screaming chaos that is this episode. Is there a method to it's madness or is it all just a trainwreck? The answer may not exist.…
 
We've again returned to the ever infamous season 20 to cover one of it's legendarily disastrous episodes and this time, we're dragging Mario Lanza along with us! Join us as we explore an episode that's less comedy show and more living funeral, with a healthy dose of ethnic stereotypes for good measure!…
 
Our ol' chum William Ham drops by the show to discuss one of the most gleefully meta episodes of the show, one that is STILL somehow confused to be actually real events. Gilda also debuts two of her most fondly remembered characters: Judy Miller and Roseanne Roseannadanna.By That Week In SNL
 
Fresh off Almost Famous, Kate Hudson stops by the show to continue the family tradition of sketch comedy. She's joined by this little underground band called Radiohead. I'm sure you've never heard of them but they're pretty cool. We also learn about the waxing habits of old men in my neighborhood!By That Week In SNL
 
Season 4 BEGINS! This week, Ian Abramson (SNQ, Gary Busey: Pet Judge) joins us to break down the first TRUE episode of the Dick Ebersol era. We get some classic Eddie Murphy material, a somewhat distasteful Yoko Ono short, juggling antics from Michael Davis and more!By That Week In SNL
 
This week, we do battle with one of the most confounding motion pictures we've seen in quite some time: Neighbors from 1981. Featuring Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi playing against type and directed by John G. Avildsen of Rocky and Karate Kid fame, Neighbors is a dark comedy that ALMOST comes together...but mostly serves to destroy our brains.…
 
With it's mix of vulgar humor, topless ladies and Bob Einstein's Super Dave character, Bizarre was an early hit for Showtime, landing six seasons and even a spin-off show. It's a fascinating document of early cable TV sketch comedy. But...we're not watching that today. No, we've decided to go back to see what the show looked like when it was being …
 
We're taking a look at one of SNL's longest surviving competitors, MADtv and it's first Christmas episode! We discuss the history of the show, it's cast members and the rather weird Holiday episode they put together in '95 that features both Pauly Shore and a whole lotta of sadness.By That Week In SNL
 
In April of 1980, ABC launched their own live sketch to compete with SNL entitled Fridays. Despite lasting only three seasons, the show was able to build a voice of it's own and knock out a number of memorable episodes. None were more infamous than this one, with guest host Andy Kaufman deciding to implode the entire episode. Was it real? Was it fa…
 
Once again, another mix of legendary SNL musical performances and interstitial songs from the podcast! Track listing: 1. Derrick J. Hines: Way Back Saturday Night Sax 2. Foo Fighters: Rope (4-9-2011) 3. Michael Kiwanuka: You Ain't The Problem 4. Aretha Franklin: Can't Turn You Loose (12-6-1980) 5. REM: Man On The Moon (12-11-1999) 6. Taeko Ohnuki: …
 
We're saving the best for last with one of the most gleefully offensive episodes of the show ever! It's also the final show for Beth Cahill, Siobhan Fallon and Victoria Jackson and it pulls no punches, despite being one of the more apolitical episodes we've seen in quite some time.By That Week In SNL
 
It's a weird, wild and chaotic one. This episode not only features the most popular (?!) SNL sketch of all time but also mass loads of breaking, a show-stopping outburst from someone in the audience, exploitation of an underage host and a surprising amount of fun.By That Week In SNL
 
This week, we're covering the third (and sadly, final) hosting gig for ol' Zach Galifianakis! There's a few direct connections to the Helen Mirren episode we just covered but this one is always remembered for the one-two punch of the mighty Darrell's House. And strap yourselves in for the saltiest music discussion yet!…
 
We're completing our "Caligula on SNL" set this week with Helen Mirren! This episode is an odd collection of the very good and the very bad (which is strange for SNL, I know), but we definitely get some certified classics in here. And the Foo Fighters kick ass so there's also that.By That Week In SNL
 
Belushi is absent. The sketches are few and very, very long. The musical guest is an acquired taste. All the makings for a mess of an episode but this one steers right past that into classic territory. Settle in for a surprisingly chaotic break down of one of the most fascinating episodes of SNL ever.…
 
We're again returned to the ever infamous season 20 to see what depths the show can fall. Is the Paul Reiser the deepest crater the show has ever created? Quite possibly. With such classics as Sparklebrite, One Brother Restaurant and even a little bit of plagiarism, Paul Reiser/Annie Lennox makes a strong case as the worst episode of all time.…
 
This week, we're jumping back only a few years to revisit those halcyon days of season 42. Does the show's most recent moment in the sun hold up? We'd like to think so. Containing what is still the show's best and most concise satire of Trump, there's also a bizarre Bryan Cranston cameo, an early Anna Drezen classic, round bananas and more!…
 
Last year we covered the Betty White episode and had so much fun with that one that this week, we're traveling back to the original era to find the only other Golden Girl that hosted the show: Bea Arthur! Join us as we explore the bizarre atmosphere of season 5 and semi-controversial Al Franken pieces "First He Cries" and the Weekend Update cockroa…
 
Before he was a cast member (but AFTER he was a musical guest), Michael McKean stops by the show for a little Spinal Tap reunion. Oddly enough this one looks to the future, featuring the birth of The Folksmen some twenty years before "A Mighty Wind" was released! There's also a Billy Crystal sketch we actually enjoyed, scattered weirdness and a hea…
 
Fresh off the success of Bring The Pain, SNL alum Chris Rock comes home for the first time and he's got Dana Carvey in tow. We've got a whole bunch of Bob Dole, an early TV Funhouse, some returning Chris Rock favorites, Charles Grodin and even a bit of Stephen Colbert.By That Week In SNL
 
This week, Mad Men's own Jon Hamm stops by to deliver a modern day Halloween classic! We get two all-time great Forte moments, a guilty pleasure Digital Short, Bill Hader's Vincent Price and THREE Coldplay songs...if you're into that sort of thing. Solid as Barack indeed.By That Week In SNL
 
This week, we're going all the way back to the beginning. That's right. Season One. Episode One. The big one. The birth of SNL. It's one of the show's most unique episodes, with more discrete segments than nearly any other episode. Things come flying fast and we're breaking it all down (and manage to discuss a bit of the second episode as well).…
 
We're kicking off our third season with one of the show's most fondly remembered premieres! Take a trip back to a wonderfully weird time in America's history when Twin Peaks and Sinead O'Connor were both surprisingly popular and Chris Rock & Farley were just getting started on the show. Featuring fun with commercials!…
 
In an episode already semi-outdated a mere 24 hours after recording it, we sit down to discuss the upcoming 45th season of SNL! We deliberate the announced hosts/musical guests, the departure of Leslie (but NOT the new featured players) and take some questions from the audience.By That Week In SNL
 
A semi-indulgent mixtape of interstitial music, BGM and live performances. Derrick J. Hines: Way Back Saturday Night Sax Coolio: 1, 2, 3, 4 (Live 2-10-96) 10CC: The Worst Band In The World Curtis Mayfield: Move On Up Casiopia: Midnight Rendezvous Kendrick Lamar: I (Live 11-10-14) Rotary Connection: I Am The Black Gold Of The Sun Tears For Fears: Ev…
 
It's our end of season wrap up extravaganza! Within we discuss our Patreon plans, season 44 and what we'd like to see for 45, answer questions from the audience, gush about Royal Warriors and play some music! Featured Music: Mr. Jukes: Grant Green Ft. Charles Bradley Stereolab: Ping Pong The Isley Brothers: Work To Do Cage The Elephant & Beck: Nigh…
 
It's our big ol' honkin' season finale and so, of course, we're rounding things out with SNL's second season finale with Buck Henry! We got Coneheads. We got Emily Litella. We got the Samurai. Hell, even the damn Land Shark shows up! And sadly, It all sounds better than it actually is.By That Week In SNL
 
This week we welcome fellow salty old dog, Mario Lanza (Staff Picks, SNL Afterparty) onto the show to explore the Dolly Parton episode from 1989! Within we discuss the greatness that is Dolly, the legacy of Dennis Miller, Mike Meyer's strong start on the show and more!By That Week In SNL
 
After covering the entirety of season 21 last year, we've finally decided to dip our toes into season 22. What we find is a whole bunch of Heavens Gate and Ellen coming out as gay material, sprinkled with some dead bodies, Goth Talk, misogyny in game show form, further battles with Norm and Robert De Niro's best guest appearance!…
 
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