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(Entertainment Weekly)   This link has everything: midgets, Stefon, germphs, and the gay wedding of the century   ( popwatch.ew.com) divider line
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2013-05-19 09:55:34 PM  
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Nasim Pedrad is hot...Now with those fellows gone, maybe she can create some reoccurring characters, characters that always wear mini skirts and tight blouses.
2013-05-19 10:34:25 PM  
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vudutek: I'm gonna miss Stefon, one of SNL's few outstanding recurring characters. With this years exodus of Hader, Meyers, Armison (possibly Sudakis), I'm hoping to see some fresh talent to revive the show.

SNL has always...ALWAYS... been very hit and miss. As with everything in life, people remember old SNLs more fondly* than the present because they forget all the godawful skits that surrounded the good ones. I imagine's hard to write funny skits in a week. At Second City in Chicago, they take eons to write a new show, test it on the second stage first, then run it on the main stage for a few more eons.

*except for the mid-late 80s. Those were worthless.
2013-05-19 10:10:08 PM  
1 vote:

Rickj: They seemed to ignore Sudekis last night.

Sudekis is dating Olivia Wilde, you don't need to worry about Sudekis...
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