Of course there was an 'Argo' sketch on last night's SNL. How could you get Ben Affleck to host and not have some kind of 'Argo' sketch? However, what they came up with proved much stranger and much funnier than you'd expect. What if Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad protested 'Argo' by making a movie about the making of 'Argo'? Well, now we know!
The season finale of SNL was a bittersweet affair, with many longtime cast members saying their goodbyes before leaving the show. Bill Hader got to give Stefon an epic conclusion, Seth Meyers got to reunite with Amy Poehler and Fred Armisen got to close out the show with a song.
Tim McGraw's father was late Phillies relief pitcher Tug McGraw, who died of brain cancer in 2004. While the two didn't form a strong relationship until Tim was 18, the 'Highway Don't Care' singer revealed to Larry King how he discovered his birth certificate and thus uncovered his true paternity.
With Weekend Update anchor Seth Meyers leaving SNL to take over hosing duties on 'Late Night' next year, last night's season finale of everyone's favorite comedy show quietly sent him off in style. In addition to an epic reunion with Stefon, Meyers also got to team up with his former co-anchor, the great Amy Poehler, one last time.
Last night's season finale of SNL was a huge deal. Not because Ben Affleck was hosting (although he was great), but because it was the final episode for Bill Hader and head writer/Weekend Update anchor Seth Meyers. The show had to send them off in style and that could only mean one thing: the final appearance of Stefon.
At the Volvo World Match Play Championship in Bulgaria Saturday (5/18), one of golfer Nicolas Colsaert's tee shots proved that his golf game is, literally, in the toilet. One of his tee shots actually landed in a toilet to the left of the fairway. Embarrassing enough, but what followed was worse. Television viewers were treated to a lot of giggling like school children, and several puns from the commentators about Colsaert "taking relief" from the lew.
Indiana Pacers 106, New York Knicks 99
Lance Stephenson scored 25 points and pulled down 10 rebounds, and the Indiana Pacers beat the New York Knicks, 106-99, in Indianapolis on Saturday night to win their second-round NBA playoff series in six games
Trace Adkins was the king of the world -- or at least of NYC -- on Wednesday, May 15. The country superstar, last seen with a busted foot, performed at Manhattan's famed Hard Rock Cafe as part of a special engagement for SiriusXM listeners, members of the Red Cross and the USO. The performance was part of the Sounds of Summer programming.
Oxbow won the 138th running of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Track in Baltimore on Saturday to capture the second leg of horse racing's Triple Crown. Jockey Gary Stevens rode the 15-1 underdog into the lead early and claimed the win for owner D
Dierks Bentley, with decidedly shorter hair, spoke to a Jacksonville radio station during an appreciation event for the military and revealed how his wife Cassidy let him know that their third bundle of joy was on the way. The pregnancy, according to Bentley, was sort of a surprise, but not really.
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