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Mr. Boffo

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#21 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.96
I didn't see the show but I was linked to , and it's an interesting bit of mostly baseless speculation.
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#22 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.25
I did enjoy that Zapruder film like breakdown of Sudekis during the goodbyes.

Goodbyes don't mean too much on SNL, for as much as people come back and host and do cameos. Eddie Murphy seems to the only one to have really stayed away.

Lazy Sunday does deserve a lot of credit in starting the "viral video" phenomenon, or at least being one of the early pioneers.

I won't miss Judy Grimes*justkidding*I will.
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#23 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.25
Read it and weep, fella

    Originally posted by dwaters
    I did enjoy that Zapruder film like breakdown of Sudekis during the goodbyes.
Me too.

This whole thing reminds me of Tracy Morgan's last show, which also happened to be Tina Fey's(?) last show. They made a big deal of Tina leaving but NO MENTION of Tracy leaving. During the Goodbye's, everyone was hugging all over the place and Tracy just held up a tiny cardboard sign with "7 years, what a ride" written in marker on it.


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Gotta agree with most of everyone else, except that I enjoyed the Target Lady sketches. But Gilly was insufferable, as was the mutant, Garth and Kat and especially Judy Grimes. I will really miss Kristen "Dr. Pat" Wiig.

As long as Hader stays, I'll stick with SNL into next year.

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If Sudeikis is actually leaving without us giving us a final "Under Underground Records" sketch well I'm gonna . . . well, I'm going to be disappointed dammit!

Truly R.I.P. "Ass" Dan.

(of course, they can still do it without him, but still . . . DJ SuperSoak ruled it)

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