That was sort of the last funny era of SNL.
They've been saying that for 25+ years. Perpetually incorrect. The current cast is actually very good, at times hilarious. That's how the show has always been. 25% terrible, 50% mediocre, 15% funny, 10% brilliant. Plus the cool live music.
If the show was as bad as all these idiots seem to think, why is it still on the air after 35 years?
The main female player (I don't know here name) is mucho funny/talented....... The SNL shorts are usually comedy gold... And yes, I miss Phil Too
I realized they were in serious trouble when Jimmy Fallon was the only funny member of the cast, and it wasn't because of his talent so much as he would bust up laughing at the drop of a hat. I liked Amy Poehler but it was kind of painful to watch someone that talented have to deal with that heinous writing and supporting cast.
Glad to see Chris Elliot's daughter is following in her family's footsteps, hope she finds a better showcase for her talent.
I was thinking of him yesterday, the skit with him as Sinatra, calling Sinead O'Connor "Cue ball", and telling Billy Idol (played by Sting) "I got chunks of guys like you in my stool".
“Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they've been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It's an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. It's a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary. Impossible is nothing.”
― Muhammad Ali
I miss him too Allen. Man was he good.
This thread needs more Chipcom!
great, deadpan delivery. watched so i married an axe murderer last night. his performance as a former alcatraz prison guard
turned alcatraz tour guide/park ranger is always a highlight.
Had a small part in 'Blind Date' (Willis/Basinger), but nobody else could have done that part.
Hartman brought insanity into the American middle class, and made them comfortable with it.
He also did a great job in NewsRadio. He made Bill McNeil an interesting character.
Years of great voices on the Simpsons too.
Unfrozen caveman lawyer. Pure gold.
Cyclists of the world, unite! You have nothing to lube but your chains!
Hartman was the voice of Waldo in Van Halen's "Hot for Teacher" video.
Your world frightens and confuses me. Genius.
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