Michaela Watkins was awesome; bad choice. Casey Wilson was expendable, though.
So with Pardo retiring, doesn't that basically make a role for Hammond? Apparently any time that Pardo couldn't make the show, Hammond just impersonated him during the intro, and nobody could tell the difference.
It is the policy of the documentary crew to remain true observers and not interfere with its subjects.
Bummer. Although the new ladies look HOT. Let's see if they're funny though.
"You are going to get a certain amount of snarkiness on the Internet no matter what, and my rule is that you don't post anything that you wouldn't say to someone's face." Marc Andreyko (Writer of DC Comic's "Manhunter")
Remember in the olden days when it was a rarity for an SNL cast member to last five seasons? Now Meyers is going into his ninth year, Armisen and Forte are into year eight, Kenan Thompson his seventh, Sudeikis his sixth, and Hader/Wiig/Samberg all their fifth.
Kirk, crackers are a family food. Happy families. Maybe single people eat crackers, we don't know. Frankly, we don't want to know. It's a market we can do without.
Originally posted by StaggerLeeWonder why somebody who was in a lot of sketches gets the boot so quickly these days.
The SNL performers have to also contribute sketches to the show along with the shows sketch writers. They have to submit at least 3 sketches each week. If not many of your sketches are used thru-out the season, your gone. Quite a few past SNL performers have said they would have done SNL forever if they weren't forced to write sketches for the show every week.
The best part of waking up is not Folgers in your cup, but knowing that Chuck Norris didn't kill you in your sleep.
Somewhere, Letterman cries: http://www.kare11.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=901209 NEW YORK -- For such a famously excitable guy, Regis Philbin made his big announcement with surprising calm: He's retiring from his show.