Saturday Night Live (1975– )
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Reese Witherspoon/Alicia Keys 

Directors:

Beth McCarthy-Miller (as Beth McCarthy Miller), Stacey Foster | 1 more credit »

Writers:

Tina Fey (head writer), Dennis McNicholas (head writer) | 19 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rachel Dratch ... Various / Sheldon
Jimmy Fallon ... Various / Weekend Update Anchor / Randy Goldman
Will Ferrell ... Various / Marty Culp / Alex Trebek
Ana Gasteyer ... Various / Bobbi Mohan-Culp
Tina Fey ... Weekend Update Anchor
Darrell Hammond ... Various / Jesse Jackson / Sean Connery / Karl Lagerfeld
Chris Kattan ... Various / John Galliano
Tracy Morgan ... Various
Maya Rudolph ... Various / Megan / Donnatella Versace
Horatio Sanz ... Various / Mr. Banglian
Dean Edwards ... Various / Chris Tucker / Grace Jones
Seth Meyers ... Various
Amy Poehler ... Various
Jeff Richards Jeff Richards ... Various
Lenny Pickett Lenny Pickett ... Himself - Bandleader
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Genres:

Comedy | Music

Certificate:

TV-14
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Official Sites:

Official Site

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 September 2001 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

To show that New York was "back up and running" after 9/11, Lorne Michaels wanted Reese Witherspoon to use the line "I'm f*cking freezing!" in her monologue, 29 September 2001. Michaels said he would personally pay the FCC obscenity fines. However, in deference to her many young fans, Witherspoon had the line changed to "I'm freezing my balls off!" See more »

Quotes

Mayor Giuliani: Good evening. Since September 11th, many people have called New York a city of heroes. Well, these are the heroes. The brave men and women of the New York Fire Department, the New York Police Department, the Port Authority Police Department, Fire Commissioner Tom Von Essen, and Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik. On September 11th, more lives were lost than on any other single day in America's history. More than Pearl Harbor, and more than D-Day. The men, women and children who were in the World...
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Crazy Credits

During the opening credits, Don Pardo mistakingly calls out Ana Gasteyer's name when Tina Fey is on screen. When it is actually Gasteyers turn, he says "Ana Gasteyer with Tina Fey". See more »


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The Boxer
Written by Paul Simon
Performed by Paul Simon
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Strange episode
14 March 2006 | by byronwattsSee all my reviews

This SNL was first live show to be aired following the 9/11 tragedy and featured an opening scene with the NYC mayor, members of the NYPD and FDNY, along with Lorne Michaels..the show tried to be funny, but struggled (even more than normal). Funny comment by Lorne Michaels in the opening.. Rudi talks of how things will never be normal anymore, but we have got to try, which prompts Lorne Michaels to ask Rudi "Can we be funny?". Rudy immediately replies "Why start now?". That easily got the biggest laugh of a show that really struggled to maintain a sense of normality. Alicia Keyes was good and saved the show. The whole cast seemed to be trying too hard to act like everything was normal, but the audience was hard to crack.


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