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And I can see Russia from my house.
We had to decide: Do we want to do Saturday Night or go to our Senior Prom? We opted for Saturday Night Live.
Saturday Night Live is a show that I think I could have a lot of fun on, just being different characters and maybe singing, too.
It's always nerve-wracking when you're hosting "Saturday Night Live." You either sink or swim.
Most of the time you're too busy to think about it. But every now and then you say, 'I work at 'Saturday Night Live,' and that is so cool.
I think if you ask any of us here, we all dreamed of ending up on Saturday Night Live. I remember thinking, 'I'll just keep doing this as long as I can get away with it.'
I dropped out of college my junior year to do saturday night live, and I didn't even consult my parents. They were very supportive because they had no choice.
And I watch Saturday Night Live religiously, I have since I was a little boy. I watch it basically like one of my favorite sports teams.
I live in a VAN DOWN BY THE RIVER.
I can tell you how bad our boards are... I don't have to watch Saturday Night Live anymore; I just go to the board meetings.
Live every day as if it were Saturday night.
Good night and have a pleasant tomorrow.
I'm a comedian, and I decided I wanted to be a comedian when I was eight years old watching old Saturday Night Live episodes. I never decided to be a rapper because I'm not a rapper.
I took my portrait that Kaufman did of me home from the Saturday Night Live TV set.
When I started on 'Saturday Night Live,' I had the choice of wearing contact lenses, which I had never worn before, or glasses, in order to be able to read the cue cards.
By the time I would have graduated, at 22, I was a writer and featured performer on Saturday Night Live.
The one thing I could do was voices and impersonations and weird characters, and there was really no call for that, except on Saturday Night Live.
The entire behind the scenes of Saturday Night Live are all Canadian.
Saturday Night Live is hitting me on a regular basis again. This is my fourth decade that I've been lampooned on Saturday Night Live
I wasn't really qualified to be on Saturday Night Live - I'm not like an impressionist or anything.
Before I had children, I was - everything about my life was devoted to "Saturday Night Live."
When you build characters from the outside in, they become, oftentimes they become like 'Saturday Night Live' characters or they become like caricatures of the character.
When I got to Saturday Night Live, it was a lot like going from pre-school to Harvard, and it took a long time to figure stuff out.
I actually wrote my first zombie book way before I got the job on 'Saturday Night Live.
I enjoy getting to work on 'Saturday Night Live', where I get to do people like David Paterson. And then, its like a different muscle to do someone like a bicycle guy on' Portlandia'.
Saturday Night Live was a show that I never thought I would be on, because I didn't do sketch comedy and I didn't do impressions. I was a stand-up.
I think people would want to see Tracy Morgan host Saturday Night Live.
When a show has been on for so long, you lose fans, you gain fans. I remember this from 'Saturday Night Live.'
I love 'Saturday Night Live,' and it's such a funny show. I don't know if I'm funny enough to be on it but definitely would be interested in doing it.
If I knew anything about what people wanted and was popular, I'd still be writing for 'Saturday Night Live'. I can only write what I want, and hopefully people will like it.
I do miss Saturday Night Live, that's for sure. There's nothing like it. I just hosted, and I felt I'd only been away for a week.
Then Saturday Night Live spawns... well, everything right down to American Pie 9, where all humor has to be irrelevant, which can get a little tiring.
We know that the president [Donald Trump] watches "Saturday Night Live" because he tweets about it. He doesn't like it, but he keeps watching it.
You can go on 'Saturday Night Live' now and not even play live.
I was in high school when Will Ferrell was first on 'Saturday Night Live', and I remember thinking, 'Man, that guy is the funniest guy ever.'
I know my mom said as early as she can remember letting me watch TV, my one treat a week when I was like 6 was to stay up and watch 'Saturday Night Live.'
[ Hosting Saturday Night Live ] paved the way for Parks And Rec and The Grinder, the Comedy Central Roast, and that whole side of my career.
I want to win a Grammy. I want to be on the cover of Rolling Stone. I want to be a musical guest on 'Saturday Night Live.' And I want to play arenas and have tons of people watching me.
When I was on 'Saturday Night Live,' all I did was work.
I'd like to do 'Saturday Night Live.'
I tend to think that there is a sophistication to everything at 'Saturday Night Live,' including the sketches.
From National Lampoon, you go directly to Saturday Night Live, because it's a lot of the same people.
I wanted to be on 'Saturday Night Live' since I was ten.
Saturday Night Live' was like a university for funny.
If you can survive 'Saturday Night Live,' then you're good as far as show business is concerned.
The things I did on Saturday Night Live are going to stay as Saturday Night Live. You've never seen Eddie Murphy do a Gumby movie. There's a lot more new material inside of me.
I had a great time working on 'Saturday Night Live.' It was one of the important times in my life.
There was this real fear in doing Square Pegs after getting such a fast ride to glory on Saturday Night Live. I was afraid that the word would be peaks early, fails to live up to promise.
I remember Steve Kaufman as the artist on Saturday Night Live doing the Pop Art portraits for the show.
I'm more of a comedian. I wouldn't mind being on SNL (Saturday Night Live). I think that would be cool.