The lovely ladies of Saturday Night Live have created a song that describes the struggle of having sex, when your back home for the holidays, with your significant other. When the passion of getting it on hits you, your only option is to avoid the parents and do it in your childhood room.
Saturday Night Live kicked off their 40th season premiere with Guardians of the Galaxy's Chris Pratt as host, and Ariana Grande as the musical guest. Some people had mixed reviews about the episode, but one of the best skits would have to be the NFL Intros.
Andy Samberg returned to host the season finale of Saturday Night Live and delivered another classic SNL digital short, this time as over-hyped, over-worshipped, over-paid (aren't they all?) EDM DJ Davvincii, who asks the question, "When Will the Bass Drop?"
I've got a new NBA Playoff intro! Well, courtesy of Saturday Night Live. Did you know the "NBA on NBC" theme was composed by John Tesh? Yeah, THAT John Tesh. Did you know the theme had words? Me either. According to SNL, it does...
Last night’s (May 19) season finale of ‘Saturday Night Live’ lived up to the hype – at least for music fans. The legendary Mick Jagger returned to the show to host in addition to performing a bevy of all-star music performances including songs with Foo Fighters, Arcade Fire and guitar great Jeff Beck.
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