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BigRedChief 09:37 AM 11-22-2019
Whats your favorites? Heres one of mine,



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KC Tattoo 12:51 PM 11-22-2019

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KC Tattoo 12:52 PM 11-22-2019

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KC Tattoo 12:54 PM 11-22-2019

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KC Tattoo 12:55 PM 11-22-2019

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alpha_omega 12:59 PM 11-22-2019
Originally Posted by kepp:
Eddie Murphy - Celebrity hot tub party with James Brown....
Yes, that one. And this one.....


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banecat 01:52 PM 11-22-2019
Dysfunctional Family Feud
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alpha_omega 01:57 PM 11-22-2019
Ha....this article seems timely given this thread's appearance....

Will Ferrell says Christopher Walken is annoyed by 'SNL' cowbell sketch

Christopher Walken would really prefer less cowbell.

The 76-year-old cult film icon apparently feels scarred from a popular “Saturday Night Live” skit he was part of during the 25th season of the late-night NBC show in 2000.

In it, the guest host played Blue Oyster Cult producer Bruce Dickinson, who instructs fictional band member Gene Frenkle — portrayed by then-cast member Will Ferrell — to use “more cowbell” on the group’s landmark hit “Don’t Fear the Reaper.”

The skit also featured Chris Kattan, Chris Parnell, Horatio Sanz and Jimmy Fallon (who has a hard time keeping himself from laughing throughout the sketch).

“Guess what? I got a fever, and the only prescription is more cowbell!” Walken implores before the group records the track during the nearly six-minute-long skit.

Ferrell, 52, who returns to host the show for the fifth time this Saturday, shared Walken’s feelings Thursday during a visit to “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” He said he visited Walken backstage at a theater performance many years after the sketch aired and the actor told him, “You know, you’ve ruined my life.”

Walken — who won a 1979 Oscar for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for “The Deer Hunter” — reportedly told Ferrell that his fans are a bit overzealous about the sketch.

“‘People during the curtain call bring cowbells and ring them. The other day I went for an Italian food lunch and the waiter asked if I wanted more cowbell with my pasta bolognese,'” Ferrell said Walken told him backstage. “And I think he was really mad at me. He had a little smile, but …”

Ferrell, who said he will spend Thanksgiving with family in Boston this year, suggested that Walken’s career only has three high points.

“From ‘The Deer Hunter’ to ‘Pulp Fiction’ to ‘More Cowbell’ — that’s all he gets,” Ferrell said. “What are ya gonna do?”

Let’s hope Harry Styles — who hosted “SNL” last weekend — doesn’t have a similar reaction to a now-infamous sketch he did involving Sara Lee cakes.

https://www.foxnews.com/entertainmen...ed-cowbell-snl
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Dayze 02:09 PM 11-22-2019
Originally Posted by gblowfish:
Joe Piscopo did a wonderful Sinatra, but I think Phil Hartman's Sinatra Group was the best ever. "You don't scare me Blondie, I got chunks of guys like you in my stool!"
didn't he refer to Jan Hooks' Sinead O'Connor as 'cue ball".

:-)
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Dayze 02:10 PM 11-22-2019
Dana Carvey's "The McCloughin Group" (or whatever it was called" was great.


gets progressively more loud and frequent with his interruptions of the guest's takes/opinions. "WRONG!"
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banecat 02:18 PM 11-22-2019
Originally Posted by alpha_omega:
Ha....this article seems timely given this thread's appearance....

Will Ferrell says Christopher Walken is annoyed by 'SNL' cowbell sketch

Christopher Walken would really prefer less cowbell.

The 76-year-old cult film icon apparently feels scarred from a popular “Saturday Night Live” skit he was part of during the 25th season of the late-night NBC show in 2000.

In it, the guest host played Blue Oyster Cult producer Bruce Dickinson, who instructs fictional band member Gene Frenkle — portrayed by then-cast member Will Ferrell — to use “more cowbell” on the group’s landmark hit “Don’t Fear the Reaper.”

The skit also featured Chris Kattan, Chris Parnell, Horatio Sanz and Jimmy Fallon (who has a hard time keeping himself from laughing throughout the sketch).

“Guess what? I got a fever, and the only prescription is more cowbell!” Walken implores before the group records the track during the nearly six-minute-long skit.

Ferrell, 52, who returns to host the show for the fifth time this Saturday, shared Walken’s feelings Thursday during a visit to “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” He said he visited Walken backstage at a theater performance many years after the sketch aired and the actor told him, “You know, you’ve ruined my life.”

Walken — who won a 1979 Oscar for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for “The Deer Hunter” — reportedly told Ferrell that his fans are a bit overzealous about the sketch.

“‘People during the curtain call bring cowbells and ring them. The other day I went for an Italian food lunch and the waiter asked if I wanted more cowbell with my pasta bolognese,'” Ferrell said Walken told him backstage. “And I think he was really mad at me. He had a little smile, but …”

Ferrell, who said he will spend Thanksgiving with family in Boston this year, suggested that Walken’s career only has three high points.

“From ‘The Deer Hunter’ to ‘Pulp Fiction’ to ‘More Cowbell’ — that’s all he gets,” Ferrell said. “What are ya gonna do?”

Let’s hope Harry Styles — who hosted “SNL” last weekend — doesn’t have a similar reaction to a now-infamous sketch he did involving Sara Lee cakes.

https://www.foxnews.com/entertainmen...ed-cowbell-snl
I was under the impression that this due to the OP seeing this article earlier. Ferrell's talented, but rather neurotic. I'm not going into his feud with Bush. But he pissed off James Caan on the set of Elf. He pissed off Caan just to help some friction between their characters in a comedy. He's a comic genius, but also very difficult
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banecat 02:21 PM 11-22-2019
Originally Posted by Dayze:
didn't he refer to Jan Hooks' Sinead O'Connor as 'cue ball".

:-)
Next issue – Rita Hayworth or Ava Gardner, who would you rather nail? I disqualify myself, because I’ve done them both
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DJ's left nut 02:28 PM 11-22-2019
The Joe Montana: "I'm going to go masturbate now" skit.

The Robert Duval, Garth Brooks: "Damn, that's grizzled" skit

And the best one if only because how unbelievably shocking it is today - Chevy Chase and Richard Pryor - "DEAD honkey...."
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banecat 02:35 PM 11-22-2019
Here it is. The Sinatra Group

https://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-l...a-group/n10008
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DJ's left nut 02:35 PM 11-22-2019
Originally Posted by BigRock:
Heather Locklear as a racist infomercial host.
This is amazing.

If only because this ACTUALLY happened to Mike Meyes after he was the poor bastard informercial guy in the skit.



vs.



REAL LIFE WAS MORE AWKWARD!!

Poor Mike Myers - Heather Locklear really should've prepared him for it.
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lcarus 02:37 PM 11-22-2019
No idea what my favorite is, but for some reason the first thing that came to mind was Farley "OVER THE WEEKEND YA STUPID BITCH!"
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Dayze 11-22-2019, 02:52 PM
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