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Hosts John Trumbull and Darin Patterson are two mildly unsuccessful comedians from New Jersey, and every week they watch and critique that icon of NYC comedy, Saturday Night Live!
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Award-winning radio personality, podcaster, and SNL fanatic/historian NICK DIGILIO hosts this weekly deep dive into the world of the granddaddy of all sketch-comedy shows. Nick, a Second City grad and veteran of Chicago comedy and theater, has watched every single episode of SNL since George Carlin hosted the premiere on October 11th, 1975. Consisting of new and old episode analysis; SNL-relates guests; historical impact; and even entire episodes dedicated completely to just one sketch…this ...
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Welcome to the 4 friends podcast! Seth, Nick, Cameron, and Lisa! We talk about everything from politics, to weed, to nonsense ! Come and listen and have some fun
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We turn comedy into sports with stats, analysis, and awards for every episode of SNL since season 1. What was SNL's Win-Loss Record in Season 3? How many home-runs did Dan Akroyd have? We talk about who should have been traded and who needs more playing time. Listen and play along!
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Welcome to the ultimate celebration of Saturday Night Live's greatest hosts! Join us every week as we reveal new names on the list of the top 50 hosts of all time, as voted on by you the fans. SNL analysts will review each host chosen, discuss their legacies, best sketches, and analytics, as we head towards the reveal of the greatest host of all ti…
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It's that time of year again! Time to check back into MADtv with season four's Christmas special from 1998! There's been a few scattered changes from last year (some of better, some for the worst) but we're definitely in the era of peak popularity for the show and you know the show is gonna ring all the bells it's got to ring. Spishak, Ms. Swan, St…
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On November 22nd, 1980, actor Malcolm McDowell hosted “Saturday Night Live,” and to put it kindly, it was a disaster. The episode started with a lousy Cold Open, followed by an uninspired monologue (which you will hear), a brutal bit involving an S&M “Leather Weather” report, many sight gags that bombed HARD, and a sketch featuring McDowell and Gil…
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Welcome to the ultimate celebration of Saturday Night Live's greatest hosts! Join us every week as we reveal new names on the list of the top 50 hosts of all time, as voted on by you the fans. SNL analysts will review each host chosen, discuss their legacies, best sketches, and analytics, as we head towards the reveal of the greatest host of all ti…
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This week, we tragically lost a member of the Saturday Night Live family. Jon Schneider and James Stephens pay tribute to Judy Belushi Pisano, a former SNL writer and the wife of John Belushi. Jon and James discuss their experiences with her and replay our episode of SNL Stories with Judy from Nov. 4, 2021. All of us at the Saturday Night Network a…
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Nick takes a hilarious look back at one of the funniest (and dumbest) sketches in SNL history: “Colonel Angus.” Written by Tina Fey and featuring the weird and hilarious Christopher Walken as the Colonel, this crude, one-joke piece revolves around making as many sexual references as possible connected to the main character’s name, filled with nudge…
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Welcome to the ultimate celebration of Saturday Night Live's greatest hosts! Join us every week as we reveal new names on the list of the top 50 hosts of all time, as voted on by you the fans. SNL analysts will review each host chosen, discuss their legacies, best sketches, and analytics, as we head towards the reveal of the greatest host of all ti…
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We begin our Richard Pryor Show journey here, in 1974, with a Flip Wilson special. Produced by Lorne Michaels a full year before SNL started and only a few months after Flip's show had ended, it acts as a sort of passing of the torch moment from the old guard to the new guard. Too bad it never really comes together in any cohesive way...and too bad…
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“Monty Python’s Flying Circus” was a major influence on the early days of “Saturday Night Live.” As Monty Python gained huge popularity in America, SNL was also making its mark. In this episode, Nick looks back at the time Michael Palin and John Cleese appeared on SNL in 1997—and absolutely bombed. They not only bombed, but they did so while perfor…
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Welcome to the ultimate celebration of Saturday Night Live's greatest hosts! Join us every week as we reveal new names on the list of the top 50 hosts of all time, as voted on by you the fans. SNL analysts will review each host chosen, discuss their legacies, best sketches, and analytics, as we head towards the reveal of the greatest host of all ti…
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Season 49 of “Saturday Night Live” has wrapped, and in this episode, Nick takes a comprehensive look back at the entire season. He reviews all 20 episodes, sharing dates, details, behind-the-scenes stories, and more. Nick ranks the episodes from best to worst, discussing the standout hosts and musical guests, both good and bad. He also highlights t…
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Welcome to the ultimate celebration of Saturday Night Live's greatest hosts! Join us every week as we reveal new names on the list of the top 50 hosts of all time, as voted on by you the fans. SNL analysts will review each host chosen, discuss their legacies, best sketches, and analytics, as we head towards the reveal of the greatest host of all ti…
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We're again returning the Cannon Group well for this year's October Off Week and coming up with Tobe Hopper's Invaders From Mars remake from 1986, featuring Laraine Newman! It's got Hooper in the directors chair, Dan O'Bannon on script and Stan Winston on effects. Can such pedigree produce a fun, sci-fi romp? Tune in to find out!…
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Paul Thomas Anderson is one of the most acclaimed writer/directors in the history of film, with such credits as: “Boogie Nights,” “Magnolia,” “Punch-Drunk Love,” There Will Be Blood,” “Licorice Pizza,” and more. In this episode, Nick looks back at P.T.A.’s connection to “Saturday Night Live,” including talking about his early love of watching SNL, …
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Welcome to the ultimate celebration of Saturday Night Live's greatest hosts! Join us every week as we reveal new names on the list of the top 50 hosts of all time, as voted on by you the fans. SNL analysts will review each host chosen, discuss their legacies, best sketches, and analytics, as we head towards the reveal of the greatest host of all ti…
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In this special podcast interview, Jon Schneider & James Stephens catch up with Saturday Night Live's James Austin Johnson to discuss SNL Season 49. Topics include his evaluation of the season, playing Donald Trump in the 2024 election cycle, his new character Snake Eyes, & more! The video version of our interview is available here: https://youtu.b…
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On Saturday, December 11, 1982, actor Nick Nolte was supposed to be the host of “Saturday night Live,” but (for unexplained, and possibly booze related reasons) he was a no-show. Instead, for the first – and only – time, a current cast member stepped in as host, and it was: Eddie Murphy. In this episode of “THAT SHOW…”, Nick looks back at that infa…
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Each month, Jon Schneider hosts our SNL Feedback Show where patrons and podcasters call-in to discuss the previous episode cycle of Season 49. The panelists answer questions from the SNL community and look ahead to the upcoming episodes of Saturday Night Live! The video version of our SNL Feedback Show is available here: https://youtube.com/live/Rv…
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(Original Patreon air date: Sept 9, 2022) It's the 30th anniversary of the first Wayne's World movie and so, here we are...trying our best to break it down but instead finding a surprisingly convoluted script for such a simple premise. Does the most successful SNL movie of all time still hold up all these years later? The answer...is somewhere in t…
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Let's get statistical! SNL By The Numbers is here for the final time in Season 49 to wrap up our analytics coverage! Host Mike Murray, and special guests Jon Schneider and Bill Kenney will take you through the final power rankings, screen time metrics, and more for every cast member in our data-driven show!The video version of our By The Numbers Sh…
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Nick looks back at some of the most memorable characters in “Saturday Night Live” history that never took really off and became as legendary as they should have. The outrageous ESPN commentators Pete Twinkle and Greg Stink (played by Jason Sudeikis and Will Forte) are featured here, along with Lilith-Fair standup comedian/singer Cinder Calhoun (por…
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In our final roundtable of the Saturday Night Live season, our panel reviews the most memorable moments from Season 49 - including the best cold opens, monologues, live sketches, pretapes, Weekend Update features, hosts, and episodes. This week on our roundtable podcast, Jon Schneider is joined by Amanda Mitchell, TJ Randolph, & Rich Tackenberg! Th…
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Let's get statistical! SNL By The Numbers is here for Week #20, and we are wrapping up our analytics coverage with the Jake Gyllenhaal / Sabrina Carpenter episode! Host Mike Murray and guests Amanda Barkin & Jon Schneider take you through the power rankings, screen time metrics, and more in our data-driven show! The video version of our By The Numb…
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Breaking character and laughing during a sketch on “Saturday Night Live” used to be frowned upon back in the day, but over the years, performers cracking up and losing it on stage, has become a thing that audiences love, and that Lorne Michaels more than tolerates. In this episode, Nick plays back some classic examples of “breaking” during sketches…
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Hush up and join us to dive deep into all of the most interesting moments from the Saturday Night Live Season 49 season finale with host Jake Gyllenhaal and musical guest Sabrina Carpenter (S49 E20). This week on our roundtable podcast, Jon Schneider is joined by Andrew Haynes, Rebecca North, & TJ Randolph! The video version of our roundtable is av…
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We went LIVE right after the Jake Gyllenhaal / Sabrina Carpenter Saturday Night Live episode to talk about the best and funniest moments from the night! Host Jon Schneider was joined on this Hot Take Show by panelists Sammy Kay, Bill Kenney, & Kaleena Steakle! The video version of our Hot Take Show is available here: https://youtube.com/live/Slwslt…
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Here we are! We're closing out the seventh season of That Week with the season finale of S24 and we've once again brought Jon Schneider along for the ride. Join us we cover one of the horniest episodes of sketch comedy ever produced and battle over the musical legitimacy of the Backstreet Boys!Kirjoittanut That Week In SNL
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Let's get statistical! SNL By The Numbers is here for Week #19, and we are continuing our analytics coverage with the Maya Rudolph / Vampire Weekend episode! Host Mike Murray and guests Rachel Chang & Bill Kenney take you through the power rankings, screen time metrics, and more in our data-driven show! The video version of our By The Numbers Show …
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Nick looks back, analyzes, tells some secret stories, and plays back a good portion of one of the most notorious episodes in the history of “Saturday Night Live.” It’s the night that “Mr. Television Himself” (as he insisted on being introduced that evening) Milton Berle hosted the show, and the results were altogether insane. While SNL, at that poi…
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T-S-I-D-D-A-H-N and join us to dive deep into all of the most interesting moments from the Saturday Night Live Season 49 episode with host Maya Rudolph and musical guest Vampire Weekend (S49 E19). This week on our roundtable podcast, Jon Schneider is joined by Sean Grant, Kirstin Rajala, & Jack Roskopp! The video version of our roundtable is availa…
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