American Idol’s Scotty McCreery Gets Spoofed on Saturday Night Live

Ever dreamed of a Scotty McCreery/Michael Bublé duet? Here’s what it would sound like.
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SNL's Christmas Reunion

Cheers to Saturday Night Live for bringing the family home for the holidays. Want more Cheers & Jeers? Subscribe to TV Guide Magazine . Jimmy Fallon — visibly moved to be returning to Studio 8H as a guest host — invited a gaggle of his old pals along with him, beginning ...

Tim Tebow sketch on 'SNL': Good, clean fun or mean spirited?

Tebowmania made its way from Sunday afternoon to Saturday night on Dec. 17. "SNL" poked fun at the religious Denver Broncos quarterback by bringing in "Jesus" to discuss his involvement in the team's winning streak.The premise of the sketch is Broncos' overtime victory against the Chicago Bears in which everything fell into place during the waning moments, including two long field goals by Denver's kicker Matt Prater. While Tebow (Taran Killam) prays, Jesus (Jason Sudeikis) enters the locker room.As Jesus, Sudeikis complains to the team, "It's not a good week if every week, I, the Son of God, have to come in, drop everything and bail out the Denver Broncos."He then suggests the team do things to make their lives easier, like study the playbook.Killam says, "The Holy Bible is my playbook." Sudeikis then says he prays to Prater (Andy Samberg), noting his exceptional skills in the kicking game. This causes surprise from Prater...

SNL Gets Some Nucky

In his second stint as guest host of Saturday Night Live , the Emmy-nominated actor showed off his sillier side, hilariously playing everybody from a burnout friend of Miley Cyrus (Vanessa Bayer) to a murderer who bonded with Dateline 's creepy Keith Morrison (Bill Hader). In the standout ...

'Saturday Night Live': Steve Buscemi's uncomfortably funny promos

In a new set of promos released by NBC, Steve Buscemi and Bill Hader ham it up to promote Saturday's (Dec. 3) upcoming "Saturday Night Live." Buscemi hosts and, as he repeats several times in the clip above, the Black Keys will be the musical guest.Buscemi, the star of HBO's "Boardwalk Empire" and pretty much indie film royalty brings his own offbeat vibe to the promo process. In one, Hader asks him how he got his role in "Fargo.""The Coen brothers saw me kill a man once and grind him up in a wood chipper and said, 'We have a part that's similar," says Buscemi.In another he chases an animated turkey, mumbling about still having Thanksgiving scores to settle. In another, he and Hader get into a pretend fight about global warming. Finally, and we hate to mention it, Buscemi and Hader add a third person (of sorts) to the clip when they ask Siri...