Stefon was so excited to come on ‘Saturday Night Live’ this weekend and share his tourist tips with Seth Meyers. You know why? It’s because St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, allowing Stefon to finally give his favorite Weekend Update anchor something he’s been waiting a long time to give.
When Seth Meyers began introducing Sarah Palin as his next guest on ‘Saturday Night Live‘s’ Weekend Update, we were all expecting to see Tina Fey‘s iconic impersonation voice her thoughts on the HBO movie ‘Game Change.’ But unfortunately, the ’30 Rock’ star was not available, so naturally the show selected the next best person to fill in for her — Andy Samberg.
Barbie, that lovely yet absurdly, uh, generously proportioned princess of the doll kingdom, was introduced to the world on March 9th, 1959. She has sparked imaginations for more than 50 years, so of course she gets her own day.
Yes, Kazakhstan is a real country. And, no, it’s not really the goofy backwater that it is portrayed in the movie ‘Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan.’ Or is it?
The news bloopers just keep on coming. During Fox News’ early morning Super Tuesday wrap-up, the head news anchor went live to Washington correspondent Doug Luzader for an update on the election race. To quote the news anchor, it went like this: “Hello Doug… Hi Doug… uh… I, guess not…”
As Apple unveiled its new iPad, the Twittersphere exploded when a user in Pittsburgh spotted someone who looked like the late Apple CEO sitting at a bar and working on a laptop. Before you start with the “Steve Jobs walks into a bar” jokes, check out the full photo below.
The pace at which the Republican presidential race is going, it’s surely going take a toll on the various candidates. Lack of sleep being one. Case in point, Newt Gingrich, who dozed off in front of the camera during the live streaming at the AIPAC conference.
Tonight (Tuesday) is the night for the 3rd annual Cops vs. Kids Charity Basketball Game in Valier. The last two years turned out to have been a blast and tonight's whoop-dee-do should be no exception...
Mr. Burns from ‘The Simpsons‘ may be known for his evil overlord-like demeanor in fictional Springfield. But humor mag MAD felt the octogenarian (or is he a centenarian?) has said things on the show that could’ve also easily been said by 2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
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