Just when you thought the world was safe from that infamous name, Jordan Catalano...
Just because we had mostly forgotten about Keith Olbermann, that doesn't mean we forgot what his TV show was called.
We love Tina Fey. There's just something about her that makes us willing to sit through lukewarm movies like Baby Mama or even pick up a book. And watching 30 Rock for some reason makes us remember her time as SNL's head writer as actually being funny. So the moment we heard she and her unborn child were going to host this week we were stoked. Thankfully, even with higher expectations, this weekend's episode wasn't any more of a disappointment than usual (mostly because of the special appearances by other former SNL cast members Maya Rudolph and Darrell Hammond). Here's the best and worst of this week's sketches:
Saturday Night Live premiered over the weekend with an awesome host in Amy Poehler and a relevant musical guest in Katy Perry, but somehow the episode as a whole was a real miss. Every episode has a few great sketches and a whole bunch of bad ones, but this week's episode felt like the ratio tipped far further in the direction of the bad ones, especially for an event episode that should have brought everyone's a-games. Suffice it to say that it was no placeholder for Parks & Recreation. I've listed the best and worst sketches of the night after the break, so watch and play along.
What do Liz Lemon and Gabby Solis have in common? (Hint: It's money. A lot of money.)
Kristen Bell commands you to watch her new Showtime series, House of Lies!
Bachelor Pad is rivaling Celebrity Rehab for the cast with the most people undeserving of fame on one TV show...
Today's news includes Justin Timberlake, Tommy Lee, the Hollywood Walk of Fame and Michael Jackson. I swear this is not a re-print of a blog from the '90s.
Betty White on SNL, Conan O'Brien on stage, a Mad man on Betty, a football player on VH1, a crappy game show on ABC, Elisha Cuthbert on a comedy, and Dr. Drew on why he could've saved Corey Haim's life.
You guys prolly saw Tina Fey's rad Golden Globes acceptance speech Sunday night in which she called out internet haters by name. (You didn't? Well let me just embed that clip for you then, mkah?)