Saturday Night Live celebrated their season finale last night. Andy Samberg’s big goodbye was the sequel to Lazy Sunday. It was a fitting sendoff for Samberg who (along with his Lonely Island buddies) created the most memorable parts of SNL over the last 7 years. Meanwhile, Kristen Wiig got a musical sendoff where everyone danced with her. And why not? Wiig created such beloved characters as Gilly, the Target Lady and the girl with creepy small hands. *tugs collar* Um… Does Bridesmaids counts as a sketch?
The original Lazy Sunday premiered on the December 17, 2005 episode.
Jay Pharoah did a Stephen A. Smith impression on Weekend Update. (Update: This was actually a web exclusive.) As usual, it was dead-on. And it was the tribute that Stephen A. deserves. If only SNL had leaked this performance, they probably would have had record ratings. Jay Pharoah does good work. Now if only he could create some shitty characters he’d get a heart-felt musical tribute when he leaves the show.
Last, but not least, Mick Jagger’s performance with the Foo Fighters was awesome. This needs to be recreated over a 3 hour concert. Just wonderful.
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