If Mick had not been so profitably good at his day job--rock and roll singer--he would have certainly made a bigger noise as an actor.
This was Kristen Wiig's night. Of the three cast members rumored to be leaving "Saturday Night Live," I think we can go ahead and remove the word "rumored" off of Wiig and Samberg, who said his goodbye with "Lazy Sunday 2."
Digital Shorts have been crucial in keeping "SNL" in the cultural consciousness. Without them, would the show have been as vital? Absolutely not. A future without Digital Shorts seems like a risk at this point.
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.
Will Ferrell's been gone from "SNL" for 10 years now. I don't know how we've kept it together since then, as Americans.
The April 30th Dinner Party was by far the most fun yet! Nora Dunn had everyone in stitches, Lane Alexander tap danced to Bach, and Paul Kahan, James Beard Nominee for Best Chef, prepared the food.
Jim Gaffigan recently spoke with me about why he's reaching out to military families, why becoming famous has been both a blessing and a curse, and why his stand-up doesn't need swear words to hit home.
Between her cloyingly unfunny sitcom, New Girl, and her ubiquitous iPhone 4 commercials, she's way overfulfilled my daily -- nay, annual or even lifetime -- recommended dosage of Zooey Deschanel quirk.
Each time I see Kelly with our daughters, tickling them, singing with them and giving them even more of what she knows they'll need to become strong women, I am proud of her and our family.
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.
Both Barack Obama and John McCain appeared on Saturday Night Live during their race for the residency, and one wonders if Mitt Romney will embrace this precedent before Election Day.
Though it's reportedly going to take him a week to make it official, Newt Gingrich will finally be dropping out of the GOP primary race and endorsing ...
I cannot get the song "Somebody That I Used to Know" by Gotye out of my head. It has a different sound -- especially the xylophone -- and strong lyrics that are clear and relatable.
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.