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2020-09-28 1:54:47 PM  
No, I'm not.
 
2020-09-28 4:23:47 PM  
Yay, they get to see this:

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2020-09-28 4:25:39 PM  
As if 2020 wasn't bad enough for them already.
 
2020-09-28 4:25:57 PM  
Haven't they suffered enough?
 
2020-09-28 4:26:29 PM  

Bslim: Yay, they get to see this:

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!


Pete Davidson is the most talented, underused, and relevant performer on that show.
 
2020-09-28 4:32:11 PM  
I guess if you've already spent your entire working day arms-deep in faeces, urine, vomit, and puss, while being screamed at by morons, you might as well go to the show and continue the evening the same way.
 
2020-09-28 4:39:16 PM  
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2020-09-28 4:39:51 PM  

Mr_Vimes: I guess if you've already spent your entire working day arms-deep in faeces, urine, vomit, and puss, while being screamed at by morons, you might as well go to the show and continue the evening the same way.


Seriously though... How many of them do you think would meet the "arms-deep in puss" requirement? I don't think farm vets qualify.
 
2020-09-28 4:40:50 PM  
They could end up infecting ALL of their social bubbles at once. For free!
 
2020-09-28 4:41:33 PM  

RonRon893: Mr_Vimes: I guess if you've already spent your entire working day arms-deep in faeces, urine, vomit, and puss, while being screamed at by morons, you might as well go to the show and continue the evening the same way.

Seriously though... How many of them do you think would meet the "arms-deep in puss" requirement? I don't think farm vets qualify.


Some of those Covid-19 tests are pretty thorough.
 
2020-09-28 4:42:23 PM  

Claude Ballse: Bslim: Yay, they get to see this:

[upload.wikimedia.org image 850x1374]

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!

Pete Davidson is the most talented, underused, and relevant performer on that show.


And there's a lot of competition.
 
2020-09-28 4:43:41 PM  
The best episodes from the past season or two have been hosted by prior cast members (Eddie Murphy, Will Ferrell) or writers (John Mulaney). Therefore, the premiere with Chris Rock this week should be worth watching.

SNL is far from perfect, but has provided a lot of entertainment over the decades. If you hate it, just stay out of these threads.
 
2020-09-28 4:44:10 PM  
This show is still on?
 
2020-09-28 4:49:14 PM  
Kinda weird how the "hardest ticket to get in show biz" just got extra hard to get.

the studio is much smaller than you'd think - i'd guess the capacity is 1,000 at most.  I did the NBC tour some years ago (2002?) and it ended at 8H - I was amazed at how small it was.  and between tickets for cast member guests, agents / "industry people", and so on, there is an extremely limited number of tickets available for the public.

we tried to get on "the list" after the tour and the tourguide was like, "I'm not trying to be rude, but, no.  there are already hundreds of names in front of you and saturday afternoon, we might have 8, maybe 10-12 tickets available on a first come first serve basis. Sometimes just 2-3 seats.  you're like, #2,600 on the list.  it's mathematically impossible you'll get picked.  sorry.  it's the 'hardest ticket in show business'."
 
2020-09-28 4:50:50 PM  
"Are you a health care worker dealing with the fallout of the pandemic, in continual fear for your life due to constant infection risk?  Well, do I have a deal for you!  Come take a load off for the evening with us, over twenty strangers with entirely different contact profiles, each who recently had contact with another 8 to 12 strangers for stage prep alone, within coughing distance of the stage in a large enclosed room with over 100 people total in it!  There's even a band with a lot of brass instruments and people blowing their breath across the room as hard as they can!

"Truly, we here at GE know how to provide a relaxing evening of calmed nerves to our overstressed doctors and nurses in these trying times.  We're so smart!"
 
2020-09-28 4:51:56 PM  

Eddie Hazel's E string: Eddie Murphy


one of the great COVID losers.  I remember last year when he hosted, there was a lot of talk about his "return" to standup comedy.  Wiped out.

Also, specifically to SNL, David Byrne hosted the last full studio SNL.  He was set for a US tour and not only that, he did an amazing "Life During Wartime", on the show.  one of the rare instances where he embraced the Talking Heads' past.  I know a shiatload of media sites were stoked for his return.
 
2020-09-28 5:01:13 PM  

rickythepenguin: Eddie Hazel's E string: Eddie Murphy

one of the great COVID losers.  I remember last year when he hosted, there was a lot of talk about his "return" to standup comedy.  Wiped out.

Also, specifically to SNL, David Byrne hosted the last full studio SNL.  He was set for a US tour and not only that, he did an amazing "Life During Wartime", on the show.  one of the rare instances where he embraced the Talking Heads' past.  I know a shiatload of media sites were stoked for his return.


Byrne was performing in his American Utopia Broadway mode, which is worth seeing in person when things come back... probably in late '21 if we're lucky.
 
2020-09-28 5:06:11 PM  

rickythepenguin: Eddie Hazel's E string: Eddie Murphy

one of the great COVID losers.  I remember last year when he hosted, there was a lot of talk about his "return" to standup comedy.  Wiped out.


Eddie Murphy spent the pandemic finishing editing work on his Coming to America sequel.
Standup comedy has been shut down across the board since the pandemic started. Doesn't mean it isn't still in the works. Besides, as much money as he got on his Netflix deal, they're going to get a special out of him.
 
2020-09-28 5:17:15 PM  

Already Disturbed: Byrne was performing in his American Utopia Broadway mode, which is worth seeing in person when things come back... probably in late '21 if we're lucky.


I'm not a huge fan of TH but, had that / his tour come here, I think I would have gone.  He might be a jerk, but he's an interesting jerk.  (If in fact he is a jerk).  I'm just casually aware of how the TH thing did not end well.  he broke up the band without telling the band and supposedly, is not really on good terms with the members.  Weymouth's husband - or was it the drummer? - just wrote a bio that from a music magazine review, paints a very unflattering image of Byrne.  MOJO, Uncut, I forget.

But the review (just last month) ended with, "for those holding out hope for a Talking Heads reunion, this book should put the final nail in that coffin, for good or ill."
 
2020-09-28 5:28:30 PM  
Weymouth's husband isthe drummer! Byrne's shows are usually fantastic; he toured an earlier version of the Bway show as his album tour in 2018. It's possible it swung by you but you may have been too busy scoring e+I tour tix to notice ;)
 
2020-09-28 5:28:54 PM  
I like Jimmy Kimmel's version of this:
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2020-09-28 5:29:00 PM  
I thought the headline said "healthcare wanker".
In my defense, I binge-watched "The Boys" this weekend, and now my head is full of vulgar British slang because of Butcher.
 
2020-09-28 5:35:05 PM  

Already Disturbed: Weymouth's husband isthe drummer! Byrne's shows are usually fantastic; he toured an earlier version of the Bway show as his album tour in 2018. It's possible it swung by you but you may have been too busy scoring e+I tour tix to notice ;)


gah, sorry!  I thought she was married to the guitarist.

TH is a cool band but not heavily represented in my collection.  I really like Byrne's "Rei Momo" solo album (him doing South American / Cuban / Caribbean / Calypso songs, in what today would be murdered for "cultural appropriation" but I don't own any TH albums;  i have a few songs here and there.

Like I said, he's interesting enough and i know the songs enough, that I think I would have gone, because I think the songs/spectacle would have been intersting as hell.  his SNL appearance, that performance was awesome.

and of course Stop Making Sense just genius.  Some farker told a story of seeing it live.  Something like, "friend had someone drop out las tminute, asked if I wanted to go, figured why not, I knew nothing of the band.  farking blew my mind, live.  40 years on i can't believe i saw that live."
 
2020-09-28 5:43:28 PM  

Eddie Hazel's E string: The best episodes from the past season or two have been hosted by prior cast members (Eddie Murphy, Will Ferrell) or writers (John Mulaney). Therefore, the premiere with Chris Rock this week should be worth watching.

SNL is far from perfect, but has provided a lot of entertainment over the decades. If you hate it, just stay out of these threads.


At this point I derive a lot of entertainment from people saying how much SNL doesn't entertain them.
 
2020-09-28 5:50:34 PM  

Eddie Hazel's E string: The best episodes from the past season or two have been hosted by prior cast members (Eddie Murphy, Will Ferrell) or writers (John Mulaney). Therefore, the premiere with Chris Rock this week should be worth watching.

SNL is far from perfect, but has provided a lot of entertainment over the decades. If you hate it, just stay out of these threads.


With MLP being done, the trolls have no where else to go.
 
2020-09-28 6:04:05 PM  

Claude Ballse: Bslim: Yay, they get to see this:

[upload.wikimedia.org image 850x1374]

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!

Pete Davidson is the most talented, underused, and relevant performer on that show.


I hope you meant to insult the entire cast.
 
2020-09-28 6:07:17 PM  

rickythepenguin: Eddie Hazel's E string: Eddie Murphy

one of the great COVID losers.  I remember last year when he hosted, there was a lot of talk about his "return" to standup comedy.  Wiped out.

Also, specifically to SNL, David Byrne hosted the last full studio SNL.  He was set for a US tour and not only that, he did an amazing "Life During Wartime", on the show.  one of the rare instances where he embraced the Talking Heads' past.  I know a shiatload of media sites were stoked for his return.


He was the musical guest. The episode was hosted by John Mulaney, though Byrne did appear in a sketch or two.
 
2020-09-28 6:13:43 PM  

halifaxdatageek: Eddie Hazel's E string: The best episodes from the past season or two have been hosted by prior cast members (Eddie Murphy, Will Ferrell) or writers (John Mulaney). Therefore, the premiere with Chris Rock this week should be worth watching.

SNL is far from perfect, but has provided a lot of entertainment over the decades. If you hate it, just stay out of these threads.

At this point I derive a lot of entertainment from people saying how much SNL doesn't entertain them.


At this point, it's boring.
Everyone thinks the SNL lineup from when they were ages 15-20 is the best lineup ever, even though the show has consistently had the "1 memorable sketch, maybe 2 decent ones, and the rest is filler" makeup ever since 1976.
 
2020-09-28 6:19:07 PM  

stoli n coke: halifaxdatageek: Eddie Hazel's E string: The best episodes from the past season or two have been hosted by prior cast members (Eddie Murphy, Will Ferrell) or writers (John Mulaney). Therefore, the premiere with Chris Rock this week should be worth watching.

SNL is far from perfect, but has provided a lot of entertainment over the decades. If you hate it, just stay out of these threads.

At this point I derive a lot of entertainment from people saying how much SNL doesn't entertain them.

At this point, it's boring.
Everyone thinks the SNL lineup from when they were ages 15-20 is the best lineup ever, even though the show has consistently had the "1 memorable sketch, maybe 2 decent ones, and the rest is filler" makeup ever since 1976.


The best lineup was the original one, which is from well before I was a teenager.
 
2020-09-28 7:08:24 PM  

brizzle365: stoli n coke: halifaxdatageek: Eddie Hazel's E string: The best episodes from the past season or two have been hosted by prior cast members (Eddie Murphy, Will Ferrell) or writers (John Mulaney). Therefore, the premiere with Chris Rock this week should be worth watching.

SNL is far from perfect, but has provided a lot of entertainment over the decades. If you hate it, just stay out of these threads.

At this point I derive a lot of entertainment from people saying how much SNL doesn't entertain them.

At this point, it's boring.
Everyone thinks the SNL lineup from when they were ages 15-20 is the best lineup ever, even though the show has consistently had the "1 memorable sketch, maybe 2 decent ones, and the rest is filler" makeup ever since 1976.

I dont know, the Chris Farley era is arguably the best cast they ever had.

Yes better than belushi.
There, I said it and have no regerts.


Yup. I'd actually expand it to include the entire Phil Hartman era.

That was before I was 15-20.
 
2020-09-28 7:09:00 PM  

cyberspacedout: rickythepenguin: Eddie Hazel's E string: Eddie Murphy

one of the great COVID losers.  I remember last year when he hosted, there was a lot of talk about his "return" to standup comedy.  Wiped out.

Also, specifically to SNL, David Byrne hosted the last full studio SNL.  He was set for a US tour and not only that, he did an amazing "Life During Wartime", on the show.  one of the rare instances where he embraced the Talking Heads' past.  I know a shiatload of media sites were stoked for his return.

He was the musical guest. The episode was hosted by John Mulaney, though Byrne did appear in a sketch or two.


And he was off by a week. Daniel Craig/The Weeknd was the last full show the Saturday before THAT Tuesday. No Time to Die was still scheduled to come out in late March at the time (or might've been slightly bumped to April).
 
2020-09-28 7:32:32 PM  

brizzle365: stoli n coke: halifaxdatageek: Eddie Hazel's E string: The best episodes from the past season or two have been hosted by prior cast members (Eddie Murphy, Will Ferrell) or writers (John Mulaney). Therefore, the premiere with Chris Rock this week should be worth watching.

SNL is far from perfect, but has provided a lot of entertainment over the decades. If you hate it, just stay out of these threads.

At this point I derive a lot of entertainment from people saying how much SNL doesn't entertain them.

At this point, it's boring.
Everyone thinks the SNL lineup from when they were ages 15-20 is the best lineup ever, even though the show has consistently had the "1 memorable sketch, maybe 2 decent ones, and the rest is filler" makeup ever since 1976.

I dont know, the Chris Farley era is arguably the best cast they ever had.

Yes better than belushi.
There, I said it and have no regerts.


I'm 39, and the farley era is still the most quoted among my friends.  Though I really love the carvey/myers/hartman years too.

as well, i've attempted to watch the belushi era stuff and other than eddie murphy, i really don't see the humor in them.  Watching full episodes it was pretty clear that most of the cast was hopped up on every drug they could get and towards the end of the show they're all just a mess.

I do love belushi in blues brothers, but can't see the humor in animal house either.

/good humor is generation specific
//great humor crosses all generations
 
2020-09-28 8:09:12 PM  

Bslim: Yay, they get to see this:

[upload.wikimedia.org image 850x1374]

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!


Respect the legend buddy
 
2020-09-28 8:09:52 PM  

Claude Ballse: Bslim: Yay, they get to see this:

[upload.wikimedia.org image 850x1374]

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!

Pete Davidson is the most talented, underused, and relevant performer on that show.


Voice of a generation
 
2020-09-28 8:10:55 PM  

Eddie Hazel's E string: The best episodes from the past season or two have been hosted by prior cast members (Eddie Murphy, Will Ferrell) or writers (John Mulaney). Therefore, the premiere with Chris Rock this week should be worth watching.

SNL is far from perfect, but has provided a lot of entertainment over the decades. If you hate it, just stay out of these threads.


I love Chris Rock but man he only exists because of Louis CK
 
2020-09-28 8:12:01 PM  

rickythepenguin: Kinda weird how the "hardest ticket to get in show biz" just got extra hard to get.

the studio is much smaller than you'd think - i'd guess the capacity is 1,000 at most.  I did the NBC tour some years ago (2002?) and it ended at 8H - I was amazed at how small it was.  and between tickets for cast member guests, agents / "industry people", and so on, there is an extremely limited number of tickets available for the public.

we tried to get on "the list" after the tour and the tourguide was like, "I'm not trying to be rude, but, no.  there are already hundreds of names in front of you and saturday afternoon, we might have 8, maybe 10-12 tickets available on a first come first serve basis. Sometimes just 2-3 seats.  you're like, #2,600 on the list.  it's mathematically impossible you'll get picked.  sorry.  it's the 'hardest ticket in show business'."


I ain't the fact that some tattoo artists are now this hard to get seated for thanks a lot in mainstream you've ruined everything
 
2020-09-28 8:14:36 PM  

stoli n coke: halifaxdatageek: Eddie Hazel's E string: The best episodes from the past season or two have been hosted by prior cast members (Eddie Murphy, Will Ferrell) or writers (John Mulaney). Therefore, the premiere with Chris Rock this week should be worth watching.

SNL is far from perfect, but has provided a lot of entertainment over the decades. If you hate it, just stay out of these threads.

At this point I derive a lot of entertainment from people saying how much SNL doesn't entertain them.

At this point, it's boring.
Everyone thinks the SNL lineup from when they were ages 15-20 is the best lineup ever, even though the show has consistently had the "1 memorable sketch, maybe 2 decent ones, and the rest is filler" makeup ever since 1976.


Every decade of SNL has real 🌟 s
EOTFCFF!
 
2020-09-28 8:54:10 PM  
I for one am looking forward to it. Hell, I even enjoyed the nose-to-the-grindstone, for-king-and-country determination exuded in the SNL At Home episodes.
 
2020-09-28 9:42:45 PM  

Already Disturbed: rickythepenguin: Eddie Hazel's E string: Eddie Murphy

one of the great COVID losers.  I remember last year when he hosted, there was a lot of talk about his "return" to standup comedy.  Wiped out.

Also, specifically to SNL, David Byrne hosted the last full studio SNL.  He was set for a US tour and not only that, he did an amazing "Life During Wartime", on the show.  one of the rare instances where he embraced the Talking Heads' past.  I know a shiatload of media sites were stoked for his return.

Byrne was performing in his American Utopia Broadway mode, which is worth seeing in person when things come back... probably in late '21 if we're lucky.


I saw American Utopia on Broadway in January & it was great. The Spike Lee film premieres on HBO on Oct. 17.
 
2020-09-28 10:00:18 PM  

Incorrigible Astronaut: cyberspacedout: rickythepenguin: Eddie Hazel's E string: Eddie Murphy

one of the great COVID losers.  I remember last year when he hosted, there was a lot of talk about his "return" to standup comedy.  Wiped out.

Also, specifically to SNL, David Byrne hosted the last full studio SNL.  He was set for a US tour and not only that, he did an amazing "Life During Wartime", on the show.  one of the rare instances where he embraced the Talking Heads' past.  I know a shiatload of media sites were stoked for his return.

He was the musical guest. The episode was hosted by John Mulaney, though Byrne did appear in a sketch or two.

And he was off by a week. Daniel Craig/The Weeknd was the last full show the Saturday before THAT Tuesday. No Time to Die was still scheduled to come out in late March at the time (or might've been slightly bumped to April).


Oh right. That was just when people in the US were starting to freak out about COVID-19.

The Sands of Modesto - SNL
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2020-09-29 1:47:54 AM  

Claude Ballse: Bslim: Yay, they get to see this:

[upload.wikimedia.org image 850x1374]

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!

Pete Davidson is the most talented, underused, and relevant performer on that show.


Praising Pete Davidson is a symptom of covid. Go quarantine
 
2020-09-29 8:30:05 AM  

rickythepenguin: Kinda weird how the "hardest ticket to get in show biz" just got extra hard to get.

the studio is much smaller than you'd think - i'd guess the capacity is 1,000 at most.  I did the NBC tour some years ago (2002?) and it ended at 8H - I was amazed at how small it was.  and between tickets for cast member guests, agents / "industry people", and so on, there is an extremely limited number of tickets available for the public.

we tried to get on "the list" after the tour and the tourguide was like, "I'm not trying to be rude, but, no.  there are already hundreds of names in front of you and saturday afternoon, we might have 8, maybe 10-12 tickets available on a first come first serve basis. Sometimes just 2-3 seats.  you're like, #2,600 on the list.  it's mathematically impossible you'll get picked.  sorry.  it's the 'hardest ticket in show business'."


I've read elsewhere that tickets to SNL are one of the very, very few things that Make-a-Wish will straight-up tell the kids, "No, sorry, wish for something else." That's a tough ticket.
 
2020-09-29 8:49:25 AM  
But then they'd be at SNL. Haven't they been through enough? You think the 3rd grade, orangemanbad jokes are bad here?!
 
2020-09-29 9:07:50 AM  
They've suffered enough.
 
2020-09-29 9:37:50 AM  

rickythepenguin: Kinda weird how the "hardest ticket to get in show biz" just got extra hard to get.

the studio is much smaller than you'd think - i'd guess the capacity is 1,000 at most.  I did the NBC tour some years ago (2002?) and it ended at 8H - I was amazed at how small it was.  and between tickets for cast member guests, agents / "industry people", and so on, there is an extremely limited number of tickets available for the public.

we tried to get on "the list" after the tour and the tourguide was like, "I'm not trying to be rude, but, no.  there are already hundreds of names in front of you and saturday afternoon, we might have 8, maybe 10-12 tickets available on a first come first serve basis. Sometimes just 2-3 seats.  you're like, #2,600 on the list.  it's mathematically impossible you'll get picked.  sorry.  it's the 'hardest ticket in show business'."


Does that guesstimate include the room where they let people stand, but not really in the studio? I'm asking because when I was there 20+ years ago there were only 200some seats.
 
2020-09-29 10:35:13 AM  

Robo Beat: I've read elsewhere that tickets to SNL are one of the very, very few things that Make-a-Wish will straight-up tell the kids, "No, sorry, wish for something else.


wow, did not know that.  Eeeesh!


lindalouwho: Does that guesstimate include the room where they let people stand, but not really in the studio? I'm asking because when I was there 20+ years ago there were only 200some seats.


The way I recall it is, the balcony seating, which they'll show in on the side shot of the guest on the opening, I'd ballpark can seat 400-600, then the floor area another 200-300.

Point being, it is way, way smaller than you'd think.

three stages:  center (monologue, Weekend Update, the "main stage", the right stage, and the left stage (usually reserved for the musical act's visual/stage setup but sometimes used for sketches.  They'll be setting up one when the other is being used so the cast turnaround, given commercials, is just 90 seconds/two minutes.  quite an operation!
 
2020-09-29 11:20:53 AM  

rickythepenguin: Robo Beat: I've read elsewhere that tickets to SNL are one of the very, very few things that Make-a-Wish will straight-up tell the kids, "No, sorry, wish for something else.

wow, did not know that.  Eeeesh!


lindalouwho: Does that guesstimate include the room where they let people stand, but not really in the studio? I'm asking because when I was there 20+ years ago there were only 200some seats.

The way I recall it is, the balcony seating, which they'll show in on the side shot of the guest on the opening, I'd ballpark can seat 400-600, then the floor area another 200-300.

Point being, it is way, way smaller than you'd think.

three stages:  center (monologue, Weekend Update, the "main stage", the right stage, and the left stage (usually reserved for the musical act's visual/stage setup but sometimes used for sketches.  They'll be setting up one when the other is being used so the cast turnaround, given commercials, is just 90 seconds/two minutes.  quite an operation!


Aha! I only saw the floor seats, because the balcony was being worked on and partitioned off with tarps. I completely forgot about that, d'oh!
 
2020-09-29 9:30:22 PM  

Robo Beat: rickythepenguin: Kinda weird how the "hardest ticket to get in show biz" just got extra hard to get.

the studio is much smaller than you'd think - i'd guess the capacity is 1,000 at most.  I did the NBC tour some years ago (2002?) and it ended at 8H - I was amazed at how small it was.  and between tickets for cast member guests, agents / "industry people", and so on, there is an extremely limited number of tickets available for the public.

we tried to get on "the list" after the tour and the tourguide was like, "I'm not trying to be rude, but, no.  there are already hundreds of names in front of you and saturday afternoon, we might have 8, maybe 10-12 tickets available on a first come first serve basis. Sometimes just 2-3 seats.  you're like, #2,600 on the list.  it's mathematically impossible you'll get picked.  sorry.  it's the 'hardest ticket in show business'."

I've read elsewhere that tickets to SNL are one of the very, very few things that Make-a-Wish will straight-up tell the kids, "No, sorry, wish for something else." That's a tough ticket.


It helps to know somebody who worked there:

John Mulaney Monologue - SNL
Youtube jRLH8E_CpP0
 
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