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16:15 EDT, 20 May, 2013
Saturday Night Live closes out its 38th season this weekend, with host Ben Affleck and musical guest Kanye West . And one thing is clear: Don't expect West to demonstrate that he has any sense of humor whatsoever.
West went on a rant about the nature o more
Ugh, Kanye West, enough already. The rapper is slated to appear in the May 18 season finale of "Saturday Night Live," and he's made such a point of saying he's only there to perform that it's become entirely off-putting.
It's pretty cool to be able to sa more
The two make some references to Affleck's film ' Argo ' in the promo video, including when Hader can't recognize which one is fake and which one is real in the Oscar-winning movie. Read More... http://www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00060344.html
The comedian will say goodbye to the show after this week's episode, and leaves behind a legacy that includes insufferable club kid Stefon and celebrated impersonations.
The hottest New York City comedy show is no longer "Saturday Night Live" -- at least not for Weekend Update city correspondent, Stefon.
Bill Hader, the man of a thousand voices and an inability to keep a straight face, will be leaving "SNL" after eight more
Last night's "Saturday Night Live," hosted by Kristen Wiig with musical guest Vampire Weekend, featured a Mother's Day message and a parody of C-SPAN's coverage of the Benghazi hearings.Watch the best clips. Read More... http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/201 more
Kristen Wiig rejoined some of her old pals on NBC's "Saturday Night Live," and the Target Lady did too.
Wiig's take on the over-amped and hellaciously helpful clerk -- "I'm on the clock and ready to rock" -- even featured an odd plug for DreamWorks Ani more
The show's cold open saw the convicted murderer and the man accused of kidnapping three women attend a U.S. Senate hearing on Benghazi.