"Here's a picture of Sigfried and Roy and Michael Jackson with some animals. Question is, has the orgy ended, or is it just starting?"
The Dell guy impersonation was perfect... and other than Tracy Morgan's Pepsi line, that was about it for the night...
"People say, how can I help on this war against terror? How can I fight evil? You can do so by mentoring a child; by going into a shut-in's house and say I love you."— George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., Sept. 19, 2002
Tracy Morgan yelling at Lorne Michaels is the greatest thing in the world. Aside from that, Weekend Update, the Christina Aguilera sketch and Sarah Michelle Gellar's nipples, nothing really did it for me last night.
Parnell was decent as Bush, but it seemed like he was doing an impression of Will Ferrell doing an impression of George W. Bush.
Next week should be pretty good, though. The writers always over-compensate when they have a guest who isn't from the world of entertainment, and I can see McCain being able to keep up. Maybe Chris Parnell can pull out his John McCain impression. "Son of a bastard!"
And the White Stripes own you, so it's all good.
"The only difference between lilies and turds are those humankind have agreed upon, and I don't always agree." ---George Carlin
"Facts?! Aw, people can use facts to explain anything that's even remotely true!" ---Homer Simpson
I didn't see much of the first half hour because I was watching Confidential (couldn't miss Lilian). Flipped to SNL during commercial breaks and watched the last hour.
The Christina Aguilera video shoot had me rolling (probably because I just saw the real video and the entire time I had my mouth wide open in disbelief). "It's not DIRTY enough". That segment was literally laugh out loud funny.
I *heart* Tina Fey. Again talking about the Aguilera video. "What's with that video, I was watching it I think my TV got an STD" (LOL)
Also liked the ads of every American problem blamed on Saddam and the "We racial profile" Airline ad.
I believe you can find your system specs by choosing the System option in the Control Panel. On the computer here at work (which has XP) it can be found in the General tab. It might be slightly different in other Windows versions.