It’s, uh, a pretty small summit.
This year will mark the 25th anniversary of Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park. It’s only appropriate, then, that we get more late-night parodies of it.
In a fake excerpt from a Star Wars anthology film, Saturday Night Live is asking the questions about this universe that need to be asked. It’s about time, people.
Eleven’s all grown up in this vision of Stranger Things 3. And there are a lot more “special” people than we thought.
Dwayne Johnson hosted his fifth episode of Saturday Night Live over the weekend, helming this year’s season finale with a mix of the weird, the political, and the OMIGOD hide your children and your wives from this guy.
The Handmaid’s Tale bros, a Shatner-esque Captain Kirk, and a pitch-perfect recreation of Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego— I mean Kellyanne Conway— made Chris Pine’s Saturday Night Live debut one of the show’s finest this season.
Saturday Night Live is remarkable because so much of it still happens live. In fact, the final four episodes of this season will be completely live in all four US timezones. That commitment to the craft is what makes this video of a Kate McKinnon character change so damn impressive.
I woke up to learn that Father John Misty was on Saturday Night Live last night. “Oh neat,” I thought to myself. I haven’t followed his career very closely, but I was a big fan of his 2015 record “I Love You Honeybear.” So I headed over to YouTube and fired up the first song he played last night, “Total Entertainment…
Broadcasting TV shows live seems like a crazy idea that no one should actually do, because it’s basically a punishing race against the clock.
It’s Sunday morning and Donald Trump hasn’t tweeted about last night’s SNL mockery of him yet. Could it be that he doesn’t want to draw attention to a certain subject?
Ralph Macchio might have been the hero...but in any semblance of real life, all the crane poses in the world wouldn’t stop that blonde goober from kicking his ass. Which is exactly what John Cena does. “What the butt?”
On a night of comedy that included moments of fear, dread, and sadness, the message of hope emerged victorious on the latest episode of Saturday Night Live. And it came from Tyrone Biggums’ disembodied head.
Apple haters rejoice! SNL and Dr. Strange himself took Apple’s history of over-the-top marketing of (occasionally underwhelming) iterative design to task and yeah, it was actually funny.
The first season of Netflix’s surprise hit Stranger Things left us with a lot of questions. Is Eleven stuck in the Upside Down (Maybe)? Will Barb come back (No)? What about Will’s weird slug thing (No clue)? However, Saturday Night Live chose to answer the biggest question of all: Where the heck were Lucas’ parents?
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."