Saturday Night Live : Season 36

  • Network: NBC
  • Series Premiere Date: Oct 11, 1975
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  1. Nov 6, 2015
    0
    Lets be honest ,SNL is completely bereft of any humor..The high water mark was the 70s and there is not enough cocaine and or ludes to repeatLets be honest ,SNL is completely bereft of any humor..The high water mark was the 70s and there is not enough cocaine and or ludes to repeat the past.
    The gags are just lame better off watching adult swim or any of the million other more deserving humor outlets.
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  2. Sep 12, 2011
    10
    In each episode of SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, there's only one time I do NOT laugh: the musical guest segment. It's simply a hilariousIn each episode of SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, there's only one time I do NOT laugh: the musical guest segment. It's simply a hilarious show--funnier than anything else on TV, and the best thing about it is you get a whole 90 minutes of humor.
    Believe it or not, many notable films, such as WAYNE'S WORLD and MACGRUBER were spun off of recurring SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE skits. Also, various musical comedy groups, such as The Blues Brothers and The Lonely Island, began their careers on SNL, as well.
    As bizarre as it may be, on the list of things I really want to do before I die, visiting the 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York City (the place where this show is regularly filmed) is around number ten. It is impossible to not love SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, and even though the 37th season will begin on September 24, 2011 (meaning the show has been on television for a long, long time), it remains hysterical. I saw a "Church Lady" skit in February (still portrayed by Dana Carvey, who was the host at that episode), and that skit was first shown in 1986, so some of the older stuff is still shown; as well as many of the somewhat newer sketches such as Kenan Thompson's recurring "What Up with That", Will Ferrell's "Celebrity Jeopardy!", Vanessa Bayer's "The Miley Cyrus Show", commerical spoofs, and, of course, "Weekend Update".
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  3. Jul 8, 2011
    7
    It is still pretty good, but not nearly as good as it once was(about 4-10 years ago). It usually depends on the host. For example, the episodeIt is still pretty good, but not nearly as good as it once was(about 4-10 years ago). It usually depends on the host. For example, the episode with Tine Fey was amazing, and the episode with Dana Carvey wasn't (No, he is not funny). Most of the cast is pretty good, except Kenan Thompson. He is the farthest thing from funny that I have ever heard of. They always have him in drag, and he is never funny. Anyway, if you are a fan of this kind of thing, you will love it. SNL fans will also love this season. Full Review »