‘Saturday Night Live‘ alum Will Ferrell returned to the stage this weekend to host one of the comedy show’s more eventful episodes. Being that the cast reached its 100th digital short marker and the second-to-last week before the season finale, it was only fair that Ferrell brought back one of his most iconic impersonations — George W. Bush.
Super Moon 2012, which occurred Saturday night, was not a sight to be missed, even if you were too busy drinking your Cinco de Mayo margaritas. This natural phenomenon is the one time a year when the moon is closer to the earth than ever, making it appear 30 percent brighter and 14 percent bigger. It also makes us stare off into space and go, “Whoah!?”
Ever wonder what those NBC Football guys do to stay relaxed when making their Super Bowl 2012 promos? As Channing Tatum and the ‘Saturday Night Live‘ guys found out, they only take about a few seconds to make, but you have to stay loose in order to get a genuine shot.
There’s just something about NFL football that makes us want to slap on some war paint, throw back some beers and make drunken messes of ourselves. Some fans are clearly more into this than others and it’s those hardcore sports nuts that we all get our inspiration from.
Do you find it nearly impossible to understand what Kobe Bryant is saying during his post-game, wrap-up speeches? Yeah, so do we.
Thankfully, Charles Barkley has us covered. This weekend he revealed ‘Saturday Night Live‘s’ new app, which features Barkley himself translating all the mumbling of sports figures into coherent speech.
It seems as though teens have taken the flash mob to a new and criminal level by planning events called “flash robs,” during which they run screaming into a store, steal things in a frenzied mass and run out as quickly as they came in.
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