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  • Justin Timberlake Channels Mozart, Mocks Himself in Unaired 'SNL' Skit

    Posted May 24th 2011 at 12:50 AM by AOL TV Editors

    If you'd like to watch Justin Timberlake make fun of himself with an on-and-off fake German accent, you should probably watch this unaired skit from this weekend's 'Saturday Night Live' season ender. Things touched upon in the five-minute clip: musicians-turned-actors, similarities between 'No Strings Attached' and 'Friends With Benefits,' the 'Mickey Mouse Club' and those black-framed "take me...

  • Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga, Andy Samberg Sing About '3-Way' Love

    Posted May 22nd 2011 at 09:14 AM by Christine Fenno

    Justin Timberlake gave a strong performance hosting the 'Saturday Night Live' season finale this weekend, especially when he reunited with Andy Samberg for a new spoof music video. Featuring cameos by Susan Sarandon and Patricia Clarkson (from the 2009 Timberlake-Samberg duet 'Motherlover'), the new track is the best buddies' funky-fresh ode to the joys of getting freaky in a ménage &agr...

  • Bill Hader Surprised How Funny Brian Williams Is

    Posted May 20th 2011 at 11:30 AM by Nicki Gostin

    Most Saturday nights, Bill Hader effortlessly fills your Stefon, Vinny and impressions fix (65 so far in six seasons) on 'Saturday Night Live.' But this summer, his Sunday nights will be spent hosting 'TCM Essentials Jr.' on Turner Classic Movies, introducing his favorite classic films that are great for parents to watch with their kids. The father of one spoke with PopEater about old movies, the ...

  • Cut Skit From Ed Helms' 'SNL' Gig Makes it onto 'The Tonight Show' (Video)

    Posted May 20th 2011 at 01:20 AM by AOL TV Editors

    Fans of 'Saturday Night Live' know that not every sketch makes it onto the live show. Several are cut even just before they go to air, having survived through the dress rehearsal. Because of this, there is tape of most of these cut sketches, and 'The Tonight Show' had one from the most recent episode, hosted by Ed Helms. While the final product was an uneven mix of funny moments and awkward ...

  • 'Ambiguously Gay Duo' Returns to 'SNL' With a Live-Action Twist

    Posted May 15th 2011 at 10:33 AM by Christine Fenno

    This weekend's episode of 'Saturday Night Live' saw the return of that animated favorite, Robert Smigel's 'Ambiguously Gay Duo.' But for the first time, Ace and Gary morph from (always rather unambiguous) cartoon superstuds to real live-action heroes! Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon suit up as the crimefighters, looking both ludicrous and hot. But mostly ludicrous -- for instance, who knew male ni...

  • Tina Fey Recruits Maya Rudolph for a Baby-Bumping 'SNL' Duet

    Posted May 8th 2011 at 09:18 AM by Christine Fenno

    Kicking off what she dubbed 'the Mother's Day episode,' Tina Fey hosted 'Saturday Night Live' this weekend with a dose of her usual self-deprecation. Making the most of her six-months' pregnant figure, the '30 Rock' star -- and former 'SNL' head writer -- brought out fellow expectant mom Maya Rudolph for a belly-bump greeting, and a song devoted to their soon-to-be-born children. The soothin...

  • 'SNL' Salutes Helen Mirren's Magical Bosom

    Posted Apr 10th 2011 at 11:21 AM by Christine Fenno

    Dame Helen Mirren hosted 'Saturday Night Live' this weekend, with the Foo Fighters as musical guest. And in case you missed the episode, it featured a wacky digital short celebrating the 65-year-old Oscar winner's regal rack. Andy Samberg serves as a serenely flaky guide to the ethereal wonders experienced when one is lucky enough to feel up the 'Arthur' star. Mirren, for her part, is an excell...

  • 'SNL' Host Elton John Mocks Bono's 'Spider-Man' Musical

    Posted Apr 3rd 2011 at 11:36 AM by Christine Fenno

    Sir Elton John was joined by Tom Hanks (playing Michael Caine) for a goofy 'Saturday Night Live' sketch called 'Knights of the Realm,' featuring a short list of British celebs who have been knighted. The conclave gathers to brainstorm a solution to the U.K.'s newest, greatest threat: a dragon attack. Andy Samberg, as Bono, donned giant shades and waxed on about artistry, until he was rudely cut...

  • Maya Rudolph Expecting Baby No. 3

    Posted Mar 19th 2011 at 08:28 AM by Christine Fenno

    Maya Rudolph will be a mama once again, as the pregnant actress is preparing to welcome her third child with her longtime partner, according to PEOPLE.com sources. Starring as a bride in the upcoming comedy 'The Bridesmaids' (not to be confused with last year's Raven-Symone TV movie 'Revenge of the Bridesmaids'!), Rudolph is already mother to two daughters -- Pearl, born in 2005, and Lucille, b...

  • Zach Galifianakis Uses 'SNL' to Hire an Assistant

    Posted Mar 13th 2011 at 08:44 AM by Christine Fenno

    In his return as 'Saturday Night Live' guest host this weekend, 'Hangover: Part II' star Zach Galifianakis was uniquely versatile, his understated deadpan humor somehow elevating almost every sketch he was in. He took on characters such as a lumberjack, an earnest 'View' fan, and Hannibal Lechter; he even donned a Little Orphan Annie dress and sang. Saving one of the biggest laughs for last,...


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