The backstage goings-on at ‘Saturday Night Live’ are legendary, and Darrell Hammond, who spent 14 years on the show performing impersonations of Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, is no stranger to them. His new book titled ‘God, If You’re Not Up There, I’m F*cked,’ details his years of drug use and other behavior some fans might be surprised to hear about.
A lot of famous funny people have received the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, and this year Will Ferrell took home the award. The actor joins the ranks of Richard Pryor, Whoopi Goldberg and Tina Fey, who have all been honored with the award since its inception in 1998.
Of course, because it’s Will Ferrell, the ceremony couldn’t go off without something happening.
Still don’t have a costume for Halloween? You might want to hurry since the big day is less than a week away.
To help out a little, TV.com has a bunch of ideas for costumes inspired by TV characters. Some are kinda lame (going as Barney from ‘How I Met Your Mother’ means you’re basically just a dude in a nice suit), but there are some you could have fun with. In addition to ‘The Walking Dead’ (above), here are the five best we found from the list.
Eddie Murphy hasn’t been on ‘Saturday Night Live’ since 1984, and he hasn’t even participated in the various reunion shows that have happened in the years since he left the show. But he could show up this weekend.
Murphy’s co-star in the new movie ‘Tower Heist’ is Ben Stiller, who just so happens to be hosting this weekend’s ‘SNL.’ Rumors have begun to circulate that Murphy will finally make a cameo appearance on the show.
Who would’ve thought we’d ever see Conan O’Brien back at NBC? Well, that’s exactly what happened last night when O’Brien popped in to visit Jimmy Fallon on ‘Late Night,’ the show he hosted for 16 years.
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