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SNL Revisits Your Clippy Nightmares With a New Assistant Named Pushie

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,… » 2/01/15 9:00am 2/01/15 9:00am

Kevin Hart and SNL Shame Terrible Instagramers With a Wall Dungeon

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… » 1/18/15 9:00am 1/18/15 9:00am

Mike Myers Returns to SNL as Dr. Evil To Make Fun of North Korea

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.… » 12/21/14 9:00am 12/21/14 9:00am

SNL's Star Wars Trailer: Remember, Everybody's Old as Hell

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,… » 12/08/14 10:50am 12/08/14 10:50am

SNL Shows Why the Internet Should Never Write a TV Show

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. » 11/16/14 12:00pm 11/16/14 12:00pm

Jim Carrey spoofs McConaughey's ads for Lincoln in hilarious SNL sketch

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. » 10/28/14 1:26am 10/28/14 1:26am

James Franco's Saturday Night Shows Why SNL Is a Weekly TV Miracle

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… » 9/28/14 10:00pm 9/28/14 10:00pm

SNL Knows That Google Glass Is Going To Be A Struggle

Glass can do a lot of cool stuff, but on a number of levels it's just a blooper reel waiting to happen. If iOS's autocorrect could produce that many tumblrs, a face-mounted, voice-controlled smart camera is just an accident waiting to happen. Weekend Update's tech correspondent Randall Meeks is certainly having some… » 5/05/13 11:30am 5/05/13 11:30am

Starbucks' New Machine Is a Little Too Realistic

Face it, you go to Starbucks to feed your socially acceptable drug addiction. Starbucks is the dealer, and you're jonesin'. Being surrounded by conspicuous writers writing conspicuously, other impatient addicts, and baristas who didn't quite hear your name correctly is just a bonus. And SNL imagines a world where you… » 1/21/13 10:00am 1/21/13 10:00am