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"Right-wing nut" Atkinson gives his luminary take on the Reagan administration thus far.
[LESS INFO] 2 VIEWS | ADDED 16:24:01 08/30/11
Mike Meyers and Ben Stiller, two movie critics, review Rain Man.
[LESS INFO] 1 VIEWS | ADDED 11:54:00 08/30/11
A welcome, and that's all.
[LESS INFO] 11 VIEWS | ADDED 11:39:08 08/28/11
Pat O'Brien interviews Renee Zellweger and meets her professional obesity coach.
[LESS INFO] 26 VIEWS | ADDED 11:39:03 08/28/11
Roy Scheider ponders the fact that, unlike most SNL hosts, he actually lives in New York.
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Tommy Flanagan and Walter Payton are at a bar, trading lies.
[LESS INFO] 41 VIEWS | ADDED 11:39:02 08/28/11
Andrew Dice Clay comes out and performs some of his stand-up.
[LESS INFO] 4 VIEWS | ADDED 11:39:01 08/28/11
Alec Baldwin's two biggest fans are behind him onstage, in the band.
[LESS INFO] 14 VIEWS | ADDED 11:39:01 08/28/11
Joe Montana's monologue; the effects of his concussion are still with him.
[LESS INFO] 17 VIEWS | ADDED 11:39:01 08/28/11
Sting's monologue; he's joined by Mr. Peepers.
[LESS INFO] 19 VIEWS | ADDED 11:39:00 08/28/11
Jimmy Fallon advises Josh Hartnett not to adopt a new image.
[LESS INFO] 45 VIEWS | ADDED 11:39:00 08/28/11
Martin Lawrence has been chased by the censors all week, and he admits that he's afraid of 90s women.
[LESS INFO] 26 VIEWS | ADDED 13:44:00 08/27/11
Astrologist Jeanne Dixon gives her predictions for 1989.
[LESS INFO] 12 VIEWS | ADDED 11:09:18 08/26/11
David Alan Grier's monologue; he rehearses the song he's going to sing at the inauguration.
[LESS INFO] 52 VIEWS | ADDED 11:09:16 08/26/11
Harvey Keitel's monologue. He thinks the show is getting a lot of attention, but it might be because of Madonna.
[LESS INFO] 19 VIEWS | ADDED 11:09:15 08/26/11
Jim Carrey speaks to the audience as a representative from a foreign planet, before appeasing them with his catchphrases.
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