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#1 Posted on
You know last night's SNL was bad when the best part of the show was the Dixie Chicks' performance, and I'm not even a Dixie Chicks fan.

The only funny thing on last night's show was Update.



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I think its pretty bad when the funniest man on the show is now Darrell Hammond. Its pretty sad, because I think SNL enjoyed a little improvement in the 'OO-'01 seasons with Ferrell doing Bush and Hammond doing Gore and Cheney. Jimmy Fallon is just a stiff, chuckling poor man's Adam Sandler, and the bastard gets to make out with kirsten dunst too. Horatio Sanz is just a discount Chris Farley. I don't think Tina Fey as the head writer helps at all either. And now they have that guy Chris Parnell doing bush...ugh. This is probably the worst SNL season or lineup in quite a while.



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I agree. The only thing I'm remembering as particularly funny from last night's episode were the singing tax agents on Update. (That, on the other hand, was *brilliant*.)



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Yeah I thought this was a pretty bad episode as well. After weekend update, which I thought was okay. It went downhill.

Euro Club Traxx had so much potential to be really funny and they threw it away. McConaughey getup was hilarious but they did nothing with him. I did like the kids hating on Bush and the U.S policy and then in the very next breath request Jenny from the block from J-Lo.

Office story was alright, not necessary funny. McConaughey wasn't really good here. Again only one good laugh was when Kattan was getting kicked and said "stop it" and Matthew said "That's not what he said, why are you putting your own words in it"

The next scene was only saved by McConaughey Jamaican good Jamican accent.

Then end the show with chilly fart jokes. Lazy, boring, I hate fart jokes and this one is no exception. After the first 3 or 4 it's like "I get it he gets gas because of the chilly". Real advertisments would be better then this filler.





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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.20
I'm glad I'm not the only one who thought this episode was garbage. The sad thing is, McConaughey seemed really comfortable and his comedic timing was dead on. Too bad the material sucked for the most part.
I hope they come ups with some decent skits for the next 2 weeks...



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Hey, they've got WALKEN week after next. There's something good on the horizon, merely by default.



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Since: 28.10.02
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#7 Posted on
I think the protest skit was hilarious, and agree about the "Tax Code Song"...brilliant. It seems like every time I see Wil Forte, I crack up. I can't get enough of Tim Calhoun.



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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.54
Weekend Update was great
The skit about the war protest was great
The skit about Matt McC and Rachel Dratch on a blind date was pretty funny
The Dixie Chicks were great
The monologue was pretty good

Overall, that's a pretty decent show. The only thing really terrible was the Club Traxx skit.



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#9 Posted on
"LEGALIZE PORN!!!"

"Porn already *is* leagalized!"

"Not the kind *I* like..."

That was funny.

I also really enjoyed the Tax Code Song as well. Club Traxx sucked, but oh well. Dixie Chicks always manage to do really well anytime I see them on TV, and I am not their biggest fan, either.

(edited by whatever on 12.2.03 1304)


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