Say what you will about Tickle Me Elmo, but at least that trendy holiday gift didn’t spontaneously combust and burn down houses.
Watch Saturday Night Live ask Michael Keaton to play Batman and Beetlejuce because, let's be honest, every time you see Keaton all you can think is, "I'm Batman" and/or "It's Showtime!" So this whole opening monologue song makes perfect sense.
Microsoft's Clippy is the oft-bemoaned helper of Windows software until the friendly and overzealous paper clip was killed off for Office 2007. Detested by consumers and Microsoft alike, Clippy didn't leave behind much adoration. But last night, SNL preyed upon our Clippy nightmares with a new office assistant,…
The internet, and all the social media apps tethered to it, are amazing examples of our freedom of speech. You can pretty much post what you want, when you want, and that's amazing. But on Instagram, that can lead to a lot of digital detritus filled with blurry landscapes, questionable selfies, and endless pictures…
Mike Myers stopped by SNL last night to reprise his role as Austin Powers villain Dr. Evil, interrupting the show's cold open to chastise Sony and North Korea for "giving evil organizations a bad name."
The Sony hack is now more confusing that ever. The FBI says that North Korea is involved, yet the country denies involvement and is asking for a joint investigation into the matter. The whole situation has devolved into a game of "he said/she said," and there's only one person who can help set it all straight—Dr.…
Martin Freeman hosted SNL last night, where he led the show's cast in a pretty excellent mashup of The Office and The Hobbit.
Martin Freeman is great as Tim Canterbury in BBC's The Office. He's also great as Bilbo Baggins, a pint-sized hobbit from the Shire. With Freeman hosting last night's episode of Saturday Night Live, the comedy troupe stumbled upon a golden "two birds, one stone" opportunity.
Interstellar has just become the third most successful foreign film in South Korea, and that means SPOOFS! Watch the totally ridiculous Interstellar takedown from Korea's Saturday Night Live (yes, there's a Korean SNL!).
A few weeks ago, the new Star Wars teaser trailer caused the internet to lose its collective shit. But amidst all the Millenium Falcon and soccer-ball-droid drooling, Saturday Night Live wanted to make sure that you don't lose sight of one very important fact: By now, the original characters are just a bunch of old,…
If there is one thing the internet has a lot of, it's opinions. When things don't align with our conservative or liberal viewpoints, we tend to vehemently voice our concerns via Twitter. With Woody Harrelson hosting, Saturday Night Live decided to see what would happen if Twitter dictated a sitcom's characters.
GoPro is the go anywhere, do anything camera that's the go-to solution for athletes to capture that perfect wave or that harrowing 1080, but last night SNL dreamed up another addition to the GoPro family specifically for detecting colon cancer: the GoProbe.
I genuinely enjoyed Matthew McConaughey's True-Detectivesque ads for Lincoln. But not as much as Jim Carrey's spoof commercials on last Saturday Night Live. Not only they are hilarious, but also Carrey's impression of McConaughey is so perfect that I couldn't take my eyes off him during the whole video.
"Written entirely from the comment section of a Hunger Games trailer." Behold Saturday Night Live's Group Hopper movie. Stuffed full of arbitrary rules and terrible names for every hero and villain, this may be our favorite YA movie ever.
Last night, Saturday Night Live kicked off its 40th season (did you watch it!). It's a major milestone to be sure, but how exactly is it made? Countless books have been written on the subject but established actor and fledgling documentarian James Franco tries to capture the tortuous late nights and constant…
What kind of superhero movies will Marvel be releasing over the next few years? You could believe the studio's official announcement – or, you could believe Chris Pratt and the cast of Saturday Night Live.
Saturday Night Live officially returned for its 40th season last night, and host Chris Pratt was the perfect excuse to demonstrate just how Marvel plans to come up with its next Guardians of the Galaxy-size hit.
There was a short science lesson in this weekend's SNL, but if you blinked you might have missed it. Also a pair of methane-filled marine mammals sent their bloody viscera flying onto Taran Killam and Charlize Theron.
In honor of the women from whence we came, SNL aired an absolutely perfect Mother's Day Game Show skit last night. But of all the mom-related jokes, none hit quite as close to home as 'Which of These Emails Did I Send You?'. The winning answer? Fwd: fwd: fwd: fwd: all of them.
Season four of Game of Thrones kicks off tonight. To celebrate, <em>SNL</em>'s Weekend Update poked good fun at George R.R. Martin and the challenge he faces with finishing A Song of Ice and Fire.