The cars and stars shone brightly on a balmy San Francisco evening, as the top deck of the Metreon became the lavish location for Japanese automaker Lexus to introduce its new line.
"SNL" wrapped up its 37th season on Saturday. Throughout the season, we followed the cast members' progress, ranked weekly in the Relevancy Poll. Now, we've tallied the results to present to you the complete 2011-12 "SNL" Relevancy Poll.
The 37th season finale of "SNL" was a fairly sub-par show, but it included one of the greatest moments that the show has ever produced. Though, there are still those lingering questions about about Jason Sudeikis' future.
With only 10 sketches and too many guest stars to list, Will Ferrell hosted installment of "SNL" was not a great week to have the title of "cast member." Well, unless your name is Andy Samberg.
This offering did not have that same monumental feel to as Will Ferrell's last hosting stint -- even though there were guest appearances by Will Forte, Ana Gasteyer, Liam Neeson, Justin Bieber, Michael Bolton, Natalie Portman, Jon Hamm and Justin Timberlake.
There was no real clear winner this week when you factor in just how much airtime Eli Manning received. So, how about a bold winner in honor of a bold sketch?
Eli Manning wasn't as good as Peyton, but he certainly wasn't terrible. Let's go with the word "serviceable" for Manning -- a word that's a bit too strong when describing the overall quality of this week's show.
If Kristen Wiig, Jason Sudeikis and Andy Samberg really are leaving at the end of the season, it appears that the Greatest Hits tour is already in full swing.
Josh Brolin seemed to be a bit of an afterthought. For whatever reason, Brolin stepped out of the way and let the cast shine -- which resulted in one of the best shows of the season.
We have a new participant in the Relevancy Poll. Sure, it's more work for me, but we're glad to have you, Kate McKinnon. And you know what? For her fi...
Sofia Vergara sure does like to yell. And she's quite talented at doing so. She was better than expected, if, for no other reason, the show put her in easy situations.
Just five shows remain in what will forever be known as "The Kristen Wiig Era." Sure, "SNL" isn't in any danger of being cancelled; but being irrelevant is perhaps a fate even worse than death for this show.
For those wanting a respite from today's low, "in-your-face" brand of comedy, here are a few tried-and-true classics featuring these top screen comediennes. These special ladies made us laugh -- and feel smart -- at the same time.
There are only five new shows remaining in this season and of "SNL" as we currently know it. There's no doubt that major cast changes are coming, so, hopefully this current lineup can put together one last surge of great shows.
"SNL" is off for the next three weeks ... and there did seem to be a vibe in the air that the cast couldn't wait for their vacation to begin. There was not even one must-see sketch.