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Paul Rudd hosts 'Saturday Night Live': Kristen Wiig, Fred Armisen, Will Ferrell and 'Anchorman' cast stop by

Paul Rudd hosted "Saturday Night Live" for the third time on Saturday (Dec. 7), and with a little help from his friends (and co-stars), he served up one of the season's best episodes so far.The surprises came early and often, as Kristen Wiig and Fred Armisen made their triumphant return to "SNL" during the cold open. Spoofing NBC's "Sound of Music Live!" came the "Sound of Music Live! Condensed!" fitting the 3-hour special into just a few minutes. Plus, it featured one very strange Von Trapp family member ... Wiig's classic character with the tiny plastic baby hands, Dooneese.Continuing on the high note, Rudd's monologue was crashed by not only musical guest One Direction, but also Rudd's "Anchorman" co-stars, Will Ferrell, Steve Carrell, and David Koechner. Joining forces for an epic rendition of "Afternoon Delight," we beared witness to the birth of Nine Direction. Now that's a concert we'd camp out all week to... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/paul-rudd-hosts-saturday-night-live-kristen-wiig-fred-armisen-will-ferrell-and-anchorman-cast-stop-b.html

Kristen Wiig returns to 'Saturday Night Live' to mock 'The Sound of Music'

Kristen Wiig returned triumphantly to "SNL" just in time to mock "The Sound of Music." And so Christmas came early this year.  Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/comedy/kristen-wiig-returns-to-saturday-night-live-to-mock-the-sound-of-music

Watch Paul Rudd With One Direction and Anchorman Cast on SNL (VIDEOS)

If anyone should have screaming fans, it's Paul Rudd. The 44-year-old Anchorman star is truly obsession-worthy. Even Harry Styles just admitted, "And now I fancy Paul Rudd." He has good taste! Paul hosted Saturday Night Live last night with One Direction as musical guests. In his monologue, Paul joked that he finally wouldn't be upstaged this time, as he was the last two times he hosted SNL and the musical guests were Beyonce and Paul McCartney. To help him retain the spotlight this time, he... http://feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/VjM-wQlibVk/2013-12-08-watch-paul-rudd-with-anchorman

Saturday Night Live: Paul Rudd Hosts and Familiar Faces Return

  Host  Paul Rudd  and musical act  One Direction  weren't the only special guests on  Saturday Night Live  this week. Alums  Fred Armisen  and  Kristen Wiig  returned to the show, and Rudd's Anchorman 2  castmates  Will Ferrell  (also an  SNL  vet),  Steve Carell  and  David Koechner  also made cameos to sing "Afternoon Delight" with One Direction during Rudd's opening monologue. The show also didn't miss the opportunity to skewer NBC's live  Sound of Music   musical, which aired Thursday. Check out some of the highlights below:       http://www.tvguide.com/News/Saturday-Night-Live-SNL-Paul-Rudd-One-Direction-1074389.aspx?rss=breakingnews

'Saturday Night Live': Paul Rudd hosts with returning favorites - Watch videos of the best and worst sketches

The third time hosting was the charm for Paul Rudd.When Rudd returned to host "Saturday Night Live" on Saturday (Dec. 7), he brought his energy, his commitment to the sketches (even when that called for embarrassingly dorky dancing or fangirling), and his "Anchorman" co-stars along for the ride. With the return of Will Ferrell (and his classic "Bill Brasky!" sketch) also came the triumphant return of Kristen Wiig and Fred Armisen. You put all these amazing parts together and you get one of this season's best episodes so far.Don't believe us? Watch videos of the best and worst sketches below, then let us know what you think in the comments:Best: Cold open -- "Sound of Music Live! and Condensed!"In this condensed version of "The Sound of Music Live!," Captain von Trapp introduces his children, including Dooneese, to their new governess Maria. This made us love "Sound of Music" again, so thank you Dooneese.Worst: Politics... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/saturday-night-live-paul-rudd-hosts-with-returning-favorites---watch-videos-of-the-best-and-worst-sk.html

Rebecca Black Finally Made It To 'Saturday'

Remember Rebecca Black? Of course you do. Nearly three years ago, the then 13-year-old became an Internet sensation with the video for " Friday ," an awful, weirdly hypnotic song about tween "partyin' partyin''" and "fun fun fun fun" made for $4,000 by vanity label Ark Music Factory. Over 100 million YouTube views, some death threats , and  numerous covers later, Black is older and a little wiser , as she demonstrated today with the release of her new song and video, "Saturday."   It's actually not bad! "Saturday" is catchy in a bland way, and it was definitely shot by someone much more talented (or better compensated) than the dudes over at Ark. (It also features an appearance by Black's fellow viral star, Dave Days .) As the title suggests, the song is about the day after Friday. We don't want to give too much away, but it seems that the weekend night Black was so excited about back in 2011 got a little "hazy" and "too crazy" — but you know she'll "do it all again." The video contains references to her previous work (a bowl of cereal, a convertible), as well as nods to more contemporary topics: At one point, a girl dressed as "Wrecking Ball" Miley Cyrus twerks in a crowd of solo cup-wielding young people. We'd like to think it's Benni Cinkle .  Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2013/12/rebecca-black-saturday-video.html

'SNL' Mocks 'Sound of Music Live!' With Special Guests

Saturday Night Live took on NBC's other live show of the week during its cold open. SNL presented a "condensed" version of its three-hour The Sound of Music Live! , going through the highlights with Kate McKinnon playing Maria, and Taran Killam playing Captain von Trapp. It was all going pretty well, until Kristen Wiig showed up to play a weird member of the von Tramp clan, a child with tiny plastic hands (which she used to feels Maria's breasts).  Read More...   http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/XLh8Uw2Eyro/story01.htm

Saturday Night Live December Lineup: Anchorman 2's Paul Rudd, One Direction, Justin Timberlake, Etc

Josh Hutcherson had the Studio 8H stage 'Catching Fire' with his hosting appearance, and now more big-name stars are following suit this December. See which returning funnymen will take over the late-night sketch show. Justin Timberlake makes yet another Saturday Night Live comeback, plus more December SNL highlights! This holiday season, the NBC late-night sketch show is celebrating with a slew of big-name hosts. On December 7th, Anchorman 2's Paul Rudd will kick things off with musical guest One Direction, followed by John Goodman's 13th hosting gig with musical guest Kings of Leon. And finally, on December 21st, Jimmy Fallon returns to the Studio 8H stage, with musical guest Justin Timberlake. Which SNL episode are you most looking forward to? Sound off in the comments and stick with us for more TV scoop from Celebified.

'SNL': One Direction makes Paul Rudd faint in new promos - Watch

The second wave of "Saturday Night Live" promos for Paul Rudd's hosting appearance have been released, this time with 100 percent more One Direction. This time out, Rudd gets to interact with the boy band, a lot of which involves begging to be a member.The most memorable of the promos finds him fainting after realizing why girls scream for them. Luckily, the guys are there to catch him, otherwise there could have been some serious trouble.... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/snl-one-direction-makes-paul-rudd-faint-in-new-promos---watch.html

Noël Wells Rings In the Holidays With Saturday Night Live's Christmas Special

  Who better to discuss Saturday Night Live 's Christmas-themed compilation special than new featured player Noël Wells ? With a first name like that, she was born to do it.     Read More...   http://www.tvguide.com/News/Saturday-Night-Live-Christmas-Noel-Wells-1074160.aspx?rss=breakingnews
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