A somber, solemn cold open gave way to much more festive good time in this week's highly enjoyable holiday episode of SNL . http://www.tv.com/news/snl-tears-f-bombs-nirvana-and-best-of-all-martin-short-30276/
HitFix's Ryan McGee recaps the December 15th episode of "Saturday Night Live", featuring host Martin Short and musical guest Paul McCartney. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/monkeys-as-critics/posts/recap-saturday-night-live-martin-short-and-paul-mccartney
It feels weird and incorrect to evaluate this week's cold open along with the rest of the segments. In a touching — and not at all mandatory — moment, the show opened simply with the New York Children's Chrous singing two pristine verses of "Silent Night. more
HitFix's Ryan McGee recaps the December 15th episode of "Saturday Night Live", featuring host Martin Short and musical guest Paul McCartney. http://m.hitfix.com/blogs/monkeys-as-critics/posts/recap-saturday-night-live-martin-short-and-paul-mccartney
The all-star episode also featured a moving rendition of "Silent Night" in its cold open, a response to Friday’s school shooting in Connecticut.
Quite surprisingly, it has been almost 13 years since Jamie Foxx last hosted "SNL." With the barrage of shows to open the season -- taking advantage of the election -- "SNL" is returning for only two December shows before disappearing for almost another m more
I always forget that Jamie Foxx first got famous by doing sketch comedy on In Living Color . His post-television career has moved farther and farther away from comedy, but more importantly, even when he returns to his roots, as he did last night, it never more
"Saturday Night Live" took a leap off the fiscal cliff last night with a skit that sent up the budget debate in Washington, D.C. http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2012/12/09/saturday-night-live-jumps-off-the-fiscal-cliff/?mod=WSJBlog