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Appearing in the faux B.E.T. show within the show, What Up With That? Christmas Spectacular, Samuel L. Jackson spoofed himself — and then some — on Saturday Night Live.
Jackson was appearing on ‘What Up’ to promote his charitable foundation but ‘host’ Kenan Thompson kept interrupting him with musical numbers.
“Don’t you dare cut me off! F**k!”Jackson, playing a pitch perfect caricature of himself, finally yelled.
PHOTOS… Continue reading Samuel L. Jackson Drops F-Bomb On 'Saturday Night Live'
Jamie Foxx will host Saturday Night Live on Dec. 8, with R&B star Ne-Yo as the musical guest. There to promote his starring role in Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming Django Unchained, it will be Foxx’s second time as a host. He last appeared in NBC’s Studio 8H on Jan. 8, 2000, when Bill Clinton was still president and Blink-182 was the musical guest.
Of course, Foxx is no stranger to sketch comedy; he… Continue reading Jamie Foxx to host ‘Saturday Night Live’
Tom Hanks wasn’t the host of this week’s “Saturday Night Live,” but he dropped by for a special guest appearance anyway.
The longtime friend-of-”SNL” was on hand to give an extra boost to host and musical guest Bruno Mars (who proved to be up to the double duty, thank you very much), and first turned up near the tail end of the overly long Presidential debate… Continue reading Tom Hanks a surprise 'Saturday Night Live' guest in Presidential debate sketch
The 2012 Summer Olympic events on deck in primetime for Saturday, August 4 include more swimming, track and field, beach volleyball and diving. But there are plenty more competitions on tap from London. Take a look at NBC’s full TV broadcast schedule (all times ET):
4 a.m.-8 p.m. on NBC Sports
Basketball (men’s: USA vs. Lithuania), Triathlon, Tennis, Beach Volleyball, Field Hockey (women’s: USA vs. New Zealand)… Continue reading 2012 Summer Olympics TV schedule for Saturday, August 4