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How would you describe Natasha Lyonne’s distinctive voice?
May 20th, 2022 under American Pie, Kenan Thompson, Saturday Night Live. [ Comments: none ]

I think we can all agree that Natasha Lyonne has a one of a kind voice?

Kate McKinnon thinks the Russian Doll sounds like Marge Simpson in the real world or a rusted kazoo. While her Saturday Night Live co-star Kenan Thompson says her voice sounds like she had COVID-19 for 1,000 years.

When it comes to me? I think the American Pie star sounds like she is possessed by a Vaudeville era comic from the Catskills. What do you think of when she talks?

And don’t forget to watch the actress on the season finale of SNL tomorrow night on NBC.

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NBC renews 3 comedies and cancels 2
May 12th, 2022 under Kenan Thompson, NBC, Ted Danson Mary Steenburgen, The Rock. [ Comments: 1 ]

The Upfronts start on Monday, so the bubble shows are learning their fate this week. Today, NBC handed out the last of its renewals and cancellations.

The network renewed American Auto, Grand Crew, and Young Rock, and they cancelled Kenan, Mr. Mayor, and The Endgame.

I don’t get it. I didn’t think that American Auto or Grand Crew are watchable, and I love comedies.

I think they would’ve been better off cancelling all of their comedies, except Young Rock, and starting over. Next season, they will be adding a George Lopez sitcom and a sequel to Night Court to their schedule. We shall see if they can bring the funny back.

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Kenan Thompson did his 1,500th sketch on Saturday Night Live
March 6th, 2022 under Kenan Thompson, Saturday Night Live. [ Comments: 5 ]

Kenan Thompson has been on Saturday Night Live for so long. How long? He took part in his 1,500th sketch yesterday. A record that is going to take a long to catch up to because he has been with the show for 19 years and counting.

Thompson is like a roach. Cockroaches will survive a nuclear war, and he will survive SNL. The show will be cancelled, and he will still be doing sketches.

Back to Kenan, congrats on the achievement. You deserve it and all the good that comes your way!

To see his 1,500th sketch, then click here!

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NBC brings Christmas joy with Young Rock, Kenan and Mr. Mayor
December 15th, 2021 under Don Johnson, Kenan Thompson, NBC, Ted Danson Mary Steenburgen, The Rock. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight, starting at 8p, NBC is stirring up the Christmas joy like marshmallows in cocoa with their three sophomore comedies.

Young Rock starts it off at 8p with a different take on A Christmas Carol. Old Rock is filming a Christmas movie, and his young co-stat is just not in the spirit. So to get her there, he tells the story of his past Christmases.

The Rock goes back to when he was 10 years old (Adrian Groulx) to revisit his worst Christmas with his parents (Stacey Leilua and Joseph Lee Anderson) and his grandmother (Ana Tuisila). However, his 15-year-old self (Bradley Constant) goes back five years to tell his past self that his worst Christmas is coming. And he shows him what happened. But then, the 21-year-old DJ (Uli Latukefu) shows them that it gets worst six years from that.

What is the lesson of all of this? You just have to tune in to see in this episode that is no bah humbug.

Then at 8:30p, it is time for a Christmas extravaganza on Kenan. Mika (Kimrie Lewis) is planning a holiday episode of Kenan’s (Thompson) morning show Wake Up, and everything is going wrong.

Kenan is depending on his brother (Chris Redd) to help him out, but Gary abandons him. The keyboardist drops out, so Kenan suggests his father-in-law (Don Johnson). Rick accepts, but he wants to upstage Tami (Taylor Louderman), and she is not having it.

Will the show be naughty or nice? You just have to tune in, or you will get a lump of coal in your Christmas stocking.

Finally, at 9:30p, it LA Christmas Eve, aka December 22nd, on Mr. Mayor. Since everyone is going away for the holidays, they put their trees out on the street. However, the Santa Ana winds are blowing them all over the place. That means it is up to Tommy (Mike Cabellon) to save the day.

Everyone at the Mayor’s office wants to go home, but the Mayor (Ted Danson) won’t let them. That is because his presents for everyone got lost in the mail. That and there is a storm of pine trees wreaking havoc on the city.

What does he do? He hires someone to come in and give them an experience. Mikaela (Vella Lovell) wants to live Love Actually, so she tries to hook Apri (Holly Hunter) up with a stranger in the office. Unfortunately, Apri isn’t having it. Jayden (Bobby Moynihan) has been working on a Christmas Carol for Los Angeles, but he just can’t seem to finish it?

Will everyone have a merry LA Christmas? You just have to watch this laugh-inducing episode to find out.

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NBC’s returning comedies are getting Christmas specials!
November 3rd, 2021 under Kenan Thompson, NBC, Ted Danson Mary Steenburgen, The Rock. [ Comments: none ]

NBC has been short on laughs this season so far because the sitcoms took the Fall off. However, they are coming back for one night in December to share some Christmas cheer.

On December 15th, Young Rock, Kenan, and Mr. Mayor will be giving us standalone holiday-themed episodes before they return in the new year.

Along with those three episodes, we will be getting sneak peeks of their two new comedies American Auto on December 13th after The Voice finale, and then on the next night, we get a 2-episode preview of Grand Crew.

To read descriptions of the episodes, then click here!

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