From costumes to catchphrases, “Saturday Night Live: The Exhibition” on Fifth Avenue tries to capture it all from the iconic show’s 40-year run.
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State police said actor and comedian Tracy Morgan is in intensive care after the limousine bus in which he was riding in was involved in a multi-vehicle accident on the New Jersey Turnpike.
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You may know him for his uncanny impressions of Will Smith, Denzel Washington and President Barack Obama, as seen on Saturday Night Live. Now Jay Pharoah is headlining a New York City venue for the first time.
The move has been widely reported but not confirmed by the network until now. NBC reportedly just wrapped up negotiations with Fallon on a contract extension.
He and many others are being suggested as both host and musical guest for the late night show.
Watch SNL and enjoy. See how Eli does. Just pray that he and his current colleagues have the support they’ll need once the cheering and, for a guy like Manning, the laughter, stops.
As a two-time Super Bowl MVP, Eli Manning isn’t used to being third-string anything.
Eli Manning’s goal now is simply to get himself ready for a season in which the Giants will be hunted as the league’s defending champions.
“Live from New York, it’s…” Eli Manning!
Paterson joked that being governor is a lot like “Saturday Night Live.” He says “there are a lot of characters, it’s funny for 10 minutes and then you just want it to be over.”
A person close to David Paterson says the New York governor will appear on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” after lambasting the show for mocking his blindness.