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Date Posted: 06:56:26 08/13/17 Sun
Author: Jones this season (so far anyway)
Subject: I'm pretty sure this ep never got repeated too. Kinda like Octavia Spencer and Feliciity
In reply to: Stefon out of this episode I suppose 's message, "Ryan Phillippe may have been bad, but I thought this was the worst of the season. At least we got" on 07:04:42 08/06/17 Sun

>>Here's the original review I posted back when this
>>episode first aired.
>>
>>---------------------------------------
>>
>>RATINGS SYSTEM
>>***** = Excellent, a possible future classic
>>**** = Great
>>*** = Average
>>** = Meh
>>* = How'd this get past dress?
>>
>>
>>Cold Opening - A Message from President Obama
>>• Ugh... why are they doing these dull Obama
>>openings so damn frequently? The writing in them is
>>never funny and watching Fred’s Obama impression is
>>as interesting as watching paint dry. The political
>>writing in general this season has been terrible. For
>>example, this sketch’s idea of “political
>>satire” was having Obama go on and on about how
>>great steak tasted at a restaurant. Seriously, SNL?
>>It’s really time for Jim Downey to step down from
>>writing these cold openings; the man is way past his
>>prime.
>>• And, of course, Fred gets yet another LFNY, for
>>the third week in a row. The frequent Obama cold
>>openings alone would explain why Fred has said LFNY
>>like 70 times this season, but he also stars in most
>>of the other cold openings as well (Larry King,
>>Lawrence Welk, Moammar Kadafi, etc.). Is this going to
>>be Fred’s final season or something, and that's why
>>they're letting him open the show so much? It SHOULD
>>be his final season, anyway; staying beyond 8 seasons
>>is pretty much always a bad idea.
>>Stars: *
>>
>>[2017 UPDATE: "Is this going to be Fred’s
>>final season or something--" Ha, not even
>>close...]

>>
>>
>>Monologue - Gabourey Sidibe
>>• I was kinda disappointed to see another musical
>>monologue (especially after we had one just two weeks
>>ago with Tina Fey), but Gabourey’s performance here
>>was very good and gave you confidence in her as a
>>host. However, the song wasn’t really all that
>>funny. It probably wasn’t supposed to be, but this
>>barely had any memorable parts. Well, I did laugh at
>>the Mariah Carey line and I liked Bill’s quick
>>walk-on.
>>• Also, an interesting thing is that the entire cast
>>appeared in this, although I didn’t realize that
>>when originally watching it. This current cast is a
>>lot smaller than I thought.
>>Stars: ***
>>
>>
>>Sketch - The Suze Orman Show
>>• Is this the first time they’ve done this sketch
>>since the Josh Brolin episode a year and a half ago? I
>>remember back then, I was only just beginning to get
>>sick of Kristen Wiig but I could still tolerate her to
>>an extent and I still enjoyed the Suze Orman sketches.
>>I tried hard to enjoy this one tonight, but I just
>>couldn’t help but get annoyed by Kristen. Really
>>shows how much my opinion of her has changed over the
>>last year.
>>• There seemed to be an unnecessary overabundance of
>>lesbian jokes all throughout this sketch, though I did
>>like Kristen’s pap-smear cruise story, especially
>>the “blowhole” line. That and Gabourey’s drunk
>>story were the only two big laughs of the sketch.
>>• At first, Gabourey’s presence made me happy
>>since it took some screentime away from Kristen and I
>>initially laughed at Gabourey’s Jamaican accent, but
>>she had a noticeably hard time with the delivery of
>>her lines. She kept stumbling over lines that were
>>actually supposed to be humorous and could’ve gotten
>>bigger laughs if they were delivered correctly.
>>Overall, this sketch was pretty hard for me to watch.
>>Stars: **
>>
>>
>>Sketch - Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
>>• I remember Kenan first played Steve Harvey several
>>years ago in a Prince Show sketch, and I remember
>>being stunned by how absolutely horrible Kenan’s
>>impression was and how he didn’t sound remotely like
>>Steve Harvey (this was back in Kenan’s earlier
>>seasons, before I got used to his inability to do any
>>accurate impressions). Kenan did seem to try a little
>>harder to sound like Steve Harvey in tonight’s
>>sketch, but he still came nowhere close.
>>• The premise of this sketch was dumb as well, and
>>the joke got old fast. And since when is Steve Harvey
>>known for mispronouncing words?
>>• I did laugh at Kenan's initial facial reaction to
>>seeing the Icelandic names on the bottom of the
>>screen, but that was it.
>>• How come this sketch couldn’t be done live? I
>>mean, this WAS pre-taped, right? It sure looked like
>>it.
>>Stars: **
>>
>>[2017 UPDATE: This sketch is obviously where
>>SNL's running gag of Steve Harvey mispronouncing names
>>originated. That, along with Kenan's Harvey
>>impression in general, eventually ended up growing on
>>me after a while. Honestly, this sketch wasn't bad,
>>looking back on it. Also, that aforementioned "facial
>>reaction to seeing the Icelandic names on the bottom
>>of the screen" ( >>href="https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/9
>6
>>/c5/b2/96c5b20eb3718706fc35d998a4cbd198.jpg">seen
>>here
) may be the most famous KENAN REACTS moment
>>in his whole SNL tenure thus far.]

>>
>>
>>Sketch - Old Mrs. Johnson
>>• This sketch had a good premise along with
>>surprisingly actual clever writing. And while Gabourey
>>was funny, her again having trouble delivering several
>>lines and completely losing it at one point took away
>>from the writing a little and made this sketch not
>>come off as strong as it could've been. I wonder if
>>they'll show the dress version of this in future
>>reruns, assuming Gabourey didn't mess up there.
>>• I still liked this sketch overall, and the twist
>>at the end with Gabourey explaining her life story was
>>good and unexpected. The Wikipedia part was pretty
>>funny, too.
>>Stars: ***
>>
>>
>>Digital Short - Cherry Battle
>>• Uh... wow. This has got to be easily THE most
>>bizarre Digital Short ever. And considering how
>>strange some of the shorts have been, that’s really
>>saying something.
>>• And normally, I like “strange”, but I didn’t
>>know what the hell to make of this. I did kinda laugh
>>and this was at least less predictable than last
>>week’s awful Other Man short. But in the end, I
>>didn’t really find this too outstanding; it seems
>>like the Lonely Island actually could’ve gone more
>>out and made this a really insane, instantly-memorable
>>classic short.
>>• Also, this didn’t really seem much like a
>>“battle” to me. When this started, I thought it
>>was going to be like the Extreme Activities
>>Competition short Andy did with Kristen.
>>Stars: **
>>
>>
>>Sketch - I Did It in My Style, The Story of Frank
>>Sinatra
>>• When Fred first spoke in that voice, I wondered
>>why it sounded so familiar until I realized this was a
>>follow-up to the International Masterworks sketch from
>>the Ryan Reynolds episode, where the Norwegian actors
>>were doing an American play. I remember back when that
>>originally aired, I predicted they would end up making
>>it recurring, although I thought they would bring it
>>back within the whole International Masterworks show
>>again. I at least have to give SNL credit for using a
>>new set-up this time.
>>• That being said, this sketch was terrible and was
>>nowhere near as funny as the first installment. Most
>>of this fell completely flat.
>>• The newspaper reviews were the only times I
>>chuckled, even though the reviews did go on too long
>>and probably weren’t really that funny. But for some
>>reason, I liked them.
>>Stars: *½
>>
>>
>>Weekend Update - Seth Meyers, featuring Judy Grimes,
>>Stefon, John Mulaney
>>• Best jokes: Larry King, Charmin ads
>>• This was yet another Update where more time and
>>focus was spent on the guest commentaries than on
>>Seth’s jokes. But considering how weak Seth’s
>>jokes are lately and how I pretty much can’t stand
>>him anymore, maybe the fact that the Updates are
>>focusing less on him is a good thing. But when the
>>commentaries lately have mostly just been excuses to
>>trot out tired, overdone commentators like Aunt Linda,
>>Judy Grimes, and James Carville, it’s not exactly a
>>better alternative. Weekend Update is in desperate
>>need of an all-around revamp/makeover.
>>• When Seth was introducing the first commentary and
>>started by mentioning the Iceland volcano, I had a
>>horrible feeling that Kristen would show up as Bjork
>>for the second episode in a row. But then Seth said
>>“travel writer” and I groaned out loud, knowing
>>that meant the “just kidding” lady was coming
>>back. At this point, I actually would’ve preferred
>>Kristen’s Bjork to this tired nonsense again.
>>You’ve seen one Judy Grimes commentary, you’ve
>>seen them all; and it wasn’t even funny the first
>>time as much as it was impressive.
>>• On top of that, Kristen couldn’t even keep up
>>with her own fast delivery tonight and she stumbled on
>>a few words.
>>• Seeing Bill as his Stefon character from a sketch
>>in the Ben Affleck ‘08 episode was a surprise. I
>>remember really enjoying that sketch last time, and it
>>was good to see him in a new set-up here. He had some
>>funny lines tonight, like “Tranny Oakley” and him
>>explaining what Teddy Graham people are.
>>• Then in the middle of the commentary, Bill just
>>lost it for some reason and couldn’t stop laughing.
>>He’s been doing this more frequently this season. He
>>had a very similar character break on Update a few
>>months ago when he played Eliot Spitzer, as well as
>>the Scared Straight sketches, the Pageant Talk sketch
>>after Zach Galifianakis started laughing himself, and
>>both Hollywood Dish sketches (well, the dress versions
>>of Hollywood Dish shown in the reruns). Do you
>>remember when seeing Bill Hader break character used
>>to be as rare as seeing Dan Aykroyd or Phil Hartman
>>crack up? One of the things I used to love about Bill
>>was his absolute professionalism. If his character
>>break on Update tonight happened a year ago, it
>>would’ve had me on the floor. But tonight, I merely
>>just smiled and chuckled when Bill broke. The novelty
>>is wearing off. I’m not denying that it was still a
>>little funny, but I don’t think it’s a good sign
>>that he’s having a harder time staying in character
>>these days. What’s happening to him?
>>• John Mulaney appearing on Update tonight was a
>>complete surprise. I read last week that Hannibal
>>Burress, another SNL writer, had an Update commentary
>>that got cut after dress. I was disappointed to find
>>out it got cut since it sounded like it could’ve
>>been very interesting, so it was good to see
>>Mulaney’s bit make it on the air tonight. SNL
>>hasn’t had a writer do Update commentaries since the
>>days of Kevin Brennan and Hugh Fink 10 years ago. I
>>don’t know if they’re trying to return to that, or
>>if maybe - just maybe - they’re trying out potential
>>replacements as Update anchor if Seth leaves soon?
>>Some people said they can’t see Seth leaving after
>>this season and that could be true, but maybe he’ll
>>just step down from Update and work entirely behind
>>the scenes as just the head writer. But if he did, it
>>probably wouldn’t exactly solve SNL’s current
>>writing problem. IMO, Seth needs to be eliminated from
>>the show COMPLETELY; he’s clearly past his prime and
>>I believe he is one of the main factors in the decline
>>of this season’s writing quality.
>>• I enjoyed John Mulaney’s commentary and seeing
>>him felt like a breath of fresh air. I may be a little
>>biased, though, since I’m a fan of Mulaney’s work
>>in general and he’s one of the stronger writers on
>>the show currently; he’s written some of the best
>>sketches from the last two seasons. Anyway, his
>>delivery during tonight’s commentary was funny and
>>he had a few good lines like referring to girl scouts
>>as “the weird child army in tablecloth dresses”.
>>Hopefully, this could be the start of something
>>beautiful - either Mulaney making more appearances as
>>a guest commentator or (*crosses fingers*) Mulaney
>>becoming the possible next Weekend Update
>>anchorperson... or maybe that honor might go to
>>Hannibal Burress, Jessi Klein, anyone. Either way,
>>something big needs to change. Seth represents part of
>>what’s bringing SNL down right now, while John
>>Mulaney is part of what represents hope for SNL’s
>>future.
>>Stars: **½
>>
>>[2017 UPDATE: Okay, a lot of things to address
>>here: 1) This was Stefon's very first Weekend Update
>>appearance, and would become the start of something
>>epic. In fact, his appearance in this episode went
>>over so well with the audience that SNL brought him
>>back for his second Update commentary merely two
>>episodes later in the season finale. 2) Regarding my
>>gripe about the increasing frequency of Bill's
>>character breaks, obviously we didn't know yet about
>>the REAL reason for his crack-up during this (and
>>subsequent) Stefon commentary. I believe the reason
>>wasn't revealed until some point during the following
>>season when Stefon had become a frequent Update guest.
>> 3) It's interesting how the very first Update Stefon
>>appeared in also featured a commentary from John
>>Mulaney, considering he's the writer behind Stefon.
>>4) "--they’re trying out potential replacements as
>>Update anchor if Seth leaves soon?" Again, like my
>>'Fred's final season' comment earlier, not even
>>close... Also, I may have been eager back then for
>>Mulaney to take over as Update anchor, but nowadays,
>>it's hard to say just how good he would've been. Not
>>too sure now if he would've been all that great. I
>>remember a complaint about him on the SNL boards back
>>then was, personality and delivery-wise, he seemed too
>>similar to Seth, and thus there was a worry that him
>>as Update anchor would've just been more of the same.
>>Then again, when Colin Jost started doing Update
>>several years later, there were similar complaints
>>about him being a robotic Seth clone, before he found
>>his voice during his second season on Update. So who
>>knows how Mulaney would've fared. And finally, 5)
>>regarding my hope for "Mulaney making more appearances
>>as a guest commentator", he would do only one more
>>Update commentary later on, in the following season's
>>Emma Stone episode, IIRC. And interestingly, I
>>believe Stefon also appeared on that same Update, too.
>> Strange. Was Stefon appearing on Update whenever
>>Mulaney did a guest commentary some sort of package
>>deal?]

>>
>>
>>Sketch - 2010 Public Employees of the Year Awards
>>• SNL’s fake award show sketches are usually
>>ALWAYS boring and way too long, and this was no
>>exception. It felt like there were almost no funny
>>moments in this overlong sketch, and the only true
>>laughs came from Bobby’s performance, even though he
>>wasn’t given any actual funny lines to say. It
>>really says something about Bobby’s talent that he
>>was able to wring laughs out of a dull role like this.
>>This guy definitely needs to be promoted to the main
>>cast next season.
>>• Gabourey AGAIN stumbled over one of her lines,
>>during her DMV monologue. I’m enjoying some of her
>>performances tonight, but I don’t know... It almost
>>feels like the writers intentionally gave her such
>>difficult, long-winded dialogue in every sketch so
>>she’d mess up on the air.
>>• The Brendan Fraser cutaway could’ve been funny,
>>but SNL already used that clip before.
>>Stars: *½
>>
>>
>>Sketch - Alarm Clocks and More
>>• No. Just no. Please stop doing these, SNL.
>>• When they first did the Doorbells sketch in the
>>Taylor Lautner episode, I felt like I was one of the
>>very few people who didn’t mind it and I actually
>>defended Jenny Slate in my review of that sketch
>>(since it seemed like everyone was hating on Jenny
>>back then). But now I feel kinda foolish for all of
>>that. There was absolutely no reason to ever make that
>>sketch recurring, and it gets more and more annoying
>>in each installment.
>>• For those on this forum who called out some
>>reviewers last week on complaining too much about
>>recurring sketches, MY problem personally with SNL’s
>>current recurring characters this season is that they
>>never do anything new with most of them; each
>>installment for most new characters these days are
>>just completely lazy copy-and-paste rewrites of the
>>first, with only a few minor changes, and they usually
>>get less and less funny in each installment. And some
>>of them are one-dimensional characters that had no
>>business being recurring in the first place! Take this
>>sketch for example: it’s the exact same every time.
>>It starts with Nasim and Bobby, and Bobby goes
>>“Pfft! Nice doorbell/car horn/alarm clock” and
>>walks out on Nasim, then Jenny enters and goes “Does
>>this ever happen to you???”, then throws a
>>traditional doorbell/car horn/alarm clock off-camera,
>>and proceeds to showcase a whole bunch of tedious
>>ringing/honking tones for various types of people.
>>They even have Fred and Abby appear as the same
>>customers in every installment, asking for a
>>doorbell/car horn/alarm clock that suits them, then
>>saying “Thanks...” with a forced smile afterwards.
>>The overall sketch is very one-dimensional and it’s
>>been downhill after the first installment.
>>• And honestly, I don’t know what to think about
>>Jenny Slate anymore. My opinion of her and faith in
>>her has actually lessened a little in the last few
>>months. First off, have you noticed she never gets any
>>big roles outside of this Tina-Tina Shaneuse
>>character? When she’s not playing this character,
>>she’s stuck in non-speaking walk-on roles all the
>>time. Compare this to Nasim Pedrad, who has been
>>showcased in quite a number of lead roles, playing a
>>variety of different characters each time. Even when
>>she gets a small walk-on role, Nasim still comes off
>>like a very experienced performer. I cannot say the
>>same for Jenny. And Nasim actually adds something new
>>and unique to SNL, doing several low-key slice-of-life
>>type sketches like School Dance and Roomies; neither
>>sketch is laugh-out-loud hilarious, but they’re both
>>entertaining, relatable, and a breath of fresh air
>>compared to the usual humor on SNL these days.
>>Jenny’s Tina-Tina character, on the other hand, is
>>just another in a long line of one-note, goofy-voiced,
>>catchphrase-driven unfunny characters we see these
>>days on SNL, which is the LAST thing the show needs
>>right now. Now, I’m not trying to sound like one of
>>Jenny’s haters. Despite what I said above about her,
>>she still comes off as a likeable performer most times
>>and I still WANT her to improve and succeed on the
>>show. I just sincerely hope that this Doorbell lady
>>character isn’t the best she has to offer SNL.
>>• Oh, and as for my thoughts about the remaining
>>female featured player, Abby... Abby who? It seriously
>>feels like Abby has disappeared on the show for the
>>last few months. She NEVER gets lead roles and never
>>stands out anymore these days, unless she’s doing an
>>impression on Weekend Update... and the last one she
>>did was Meryl Streep all the way back in January! I
>>don’t know if this bodes very well for Abby’s
>>future on the show. She’s been on the show for TWO
>>YEARS now and has yet to break out.
>>• Aaaaaand getting back on topic after all of
>>that... I laughed at the “boner” alarm clock for
>>men. Unfortunately, that was my only laugh during this
>>whole sketch.
>>• Did you notice Gabourey almost reached for one of
>>the alarm clocks by mistake when Jenny was supposed
>>to? Gabourey caught herself half-way through and
>>stopped, then laughed a little. I like her, but man,
>>she seems to be messing up in EVERY sketch tonight.
>>Stars: *½
>>
>>
>>Sketch - Gabourey and Hamilton
>>• Kenan seems to be in every sketch tonight.
>>That’s no surprise considering this episode's host.
>>I should just be happy we didn’t get a Virginiaca or
>>a Scared Straight sketch, which a lot of people were
>>predicting would show up tonight.
>>• I was happy to see Will’s anti-Obama guy back
>>(see, guys, I don’t hate ALL recurring sketches).
>>And just like how the last sketch with him in the Drew
>>Barrymore show was one of the very few highlights in
>>that weak episode, his appearance tonight was easily
>>better than almost any other sketch in this episode.
>>• Just the idea of a racist character like this
>>being the ex-boyfriend of Gabourey Sidibe is hilarious
>>in itself. And there were some good moments here, and
>>Will’s line about transferring Robert Ludlum
>>passages to Gabourey’s back with his penis was
>>priceless. But overall, the sketch was a bit
>>disappointing for his standards. It was still a funny
>>sketch in general, but it didn’t have quite as many
>>laughs as the Drew Barrymore installment.
>>• What was with that close-up of Gabourey when she
>>didn’t even say anything? When the camera cut to
>>her, she and no one else spoke for the next few
>>seconds, then she opened her mouth like she actually
>>was going to speak, but Will started saying his next
>>line. Did Gabourey blank out and completely skip one
>>of her lines or something? Seriously like I said
>>earlier, she seemed to not be able to get through a
>>single sketch tonight without messing up at least
>once.
>>Stars: ***
>>
>>______________________________________________________
>_
>>__
>>
>>Episode Highlights:
>>• Gabourey and Hamilton
>>• most of Old Mrs. Johnson
>>• John Mulaney on Weekend Update
>>
>>Episode Lowlights:
>>• A Message from President Obama
>>• Alarm Clocks and More
>>• 2010 Public Employees of the Year Awards
>>• I Did It in My Style, The Story of Frank Sinatra
>>• parts of Weekend Update
>>• Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
>>• The Suze Orman Show
>>• Gabourey Sidibe’s constant screw-ups
>>
>>Best Performer of the Night:
>>• Will Forte
>>
>>
>>FINAL THOUGHTS
>>I know I shouldn’t keep getting my hopes up
>>considering how consistently disappointed I’ve been
>>with the second half of the 09-10 season, but I really
>>thought Gabourey Sidibe’s presence this week would
>>snap the lazy writers into shape and inspire them to
>>write an actual good show. But nope. The result was
>>yet another mostly uninspired, forgettable episode.
>>There were a few rare shining moments of hope like the
>>great material in the Old Mrs. Johnson sketch and the
>>show ending on a good note with Forte’s Hamilton
>>sketch, but for the most part, the episode felt like a
>>long string of weak sketches that missed the mark, and
>>it felt like nothing stood out as truly great overall
>>- even the better sketches in this episode only
>>received a three-star rating.
>>
>>And Gabourey Sidibe... I’m not quite sure what to
>>say. She was a likeable and enthusiastic host overall,
>>which is always nice for SNL to have (though no one
>>this season has matched Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s level
>>of enthusiasm) and she made me laugh at times, but her
>>apparent nervousness and inexperience hurt the show in
>>a lot of spots. I had a feeling before the show that
>>she might have trouble keeping a straight face in a
>>sketch or two considering how giggly she was in some
>>interviews I’ve seen her in, but I wasn’t
>>expecting something like THIS with her making some
>>kind of flub/screw-up in just about EVERY SINGLE
>>SKETCH. I want to cut her some slack, but I rarely see
>>a host mess up this much. The last host with this many
>>screw-ups was January Jones, although by no means am I
>>saying Gabourey was as bad a host as her. Gabourey
>>still showed far more charisma and got far more laughs
>>than January Jones did.
>>
>>There are only two episodes left this season. I’m
>>already not looking forward to the Betty White/former
>>female castmembers reunion extravaganza thing. I have
>>no problem with Betty White herself (although it’s
>>kinda ridiculous that SNL’s only getting her to host
>>because of some dumb Facebook campaign), my issue is
>>with SNL bringing back a whole bunch of female
>>castmembers for the show. What the hell is the point?
>>If it’s because SNL doesn’t want to overwork Betty
>>White and use her in too many sketches, then isn’t
>>that what you have the CURRENT cast for? This could
>>actually be a good excuse for some of the newer,
>>underused castmembers to get some much-needed
>>exposure. But with a show that’s most likely going
>>to be filled with the return of old tired characters
>>like Sally O’Malley and Debbie Downer, the current
>>cast (especially those poor featured players) is going
>>to get lost in the shuffle.
>>
>>So in my opinion, SNL only has one more opportunity
>>left for another good episode this season, and
>>that’s the season finale. The finale better be
>>strong, because there hasn’t been an episode that I
>>truly and genuinely enjoyed since Jon Hamm in January,
>>and I’d hate to have this season end without a
>>single good episode in its final 4 months. I
>>constantly compare the quality of this 09-10 season to
>>1993-94, but even that season didn't have this long of
>>a gap between great episodes.
>>
>>[2017 UPDATE: Funny how I was all gloom-and-doom
>>about the then-upcoming Betty White episode and was
>>ready to write it off. As we know now, that episode
>>ended up being VERY memorable and by far one of the
>>highlights of the whole season. And despite my
>>worries about the possibility of the cast getting lost
>>in the shuffle in that episode, most of them weren't
>>shafted TOO badly, not even the featured players...
>>except for Abby "Who?" Elliott, who made no live
>>appearances that night. Will someone please remind me
>>HOW IN THE WORLD that woman lasted two more years
>>after this season???]

>>
>>
>>CASTMEMBER / HOST COUNT DOWN
>>ARMISEN: 5 sketches (President Obama, Monologue, Mrs.
>>Johnson, Frank Sinatra, Alarm Clocks)
>>FORTE: 3 sketches (Monologue, Frank Sinatra, Hamilton)
>>HADER: 3 sketches (Monologue, Frank Sinatra, Update)
>>MEYERS: 1 sketch (Update)
>>SAMBERG: 2 sketches (Monologue, Digital Short)
>>SUDEIKIS: 3 sketches (Monologue, Frank Sinatra,
>>Employees of the Year)
>>THOMPSON: 6 sketches (Monologue, Millionaire, Mrs.
>>Johnson, Frank Sinatra, Employees of the Year,
>>Hamilton)
>>WIIG: 3 sketches (Monologue, Suze Orman, Update)
>>
>>ELLIOTT: 3 sketches (Monologue, Millionaire, Alarm
>>Clocks)
>>MOYNIHAN: 4 sketches (Monologue, Millionaire,
>>Employees of the Year, Alarm Clocks)
>>PEDRAD: 3 sketches (Monologue, Alarm Clocks, Hamilton)
>>SLATE: 3 sketches (Monologue, Frank Sinatra, Alarm
>>Clocks)
>>
>>GABOUREY SIDIBE: 9 sketches (Monologue, Suze Orman,
>>Millionaire, Mrs. Johnson, Digital Short, Frank
>>Sinatra, Employees of the Year, Alarm Clocks,
>Hamilton)

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