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Amy Poelher's first time hosting. Vanessa Bayer, Paul Brittain, Taran Killam and Jay Pharoah's first episode. Sketches include: RNC Headquarters, Amy Poehler Monologue (with Justin ... See full summary »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Fred Armisen ... Various
Abby Elliott ... Various / Cathy Jamison / Brooke Hogan
Bill Hader ... Various
Seth Meyers ... Weekend Update Anchor
Bobby Moynihan ... Various
Andy Samberg ... Various
Jason Sudeikis ... Various
Kenan Thompson ... Various
Kristen Wiig ... Various / Nancy Botwin / Christine O'Donnell
Vanessa Bayer ... Various
Paul Brittain ... Various
Taran Killam ... Various
Nasim Pedrad ... Various / Jackie Peyton
Jay Pharoah ... Various
Katy Perry ... Herself - Musical Guest
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Amy Poelher's first time hosting. Vanessa Bayer, Paul Brittain, Taran Killam and Jay Pharoah's first episode. Sketches include: RNC Headquarters, Amy Poehler Monologue (with Justin Timberlake, Rachel Dratch, Jimmy Fallon and Tina Fey cameos), Bronx Beat with Betty and Jodi (featuring Maya Rudolph and Katy Perry), Bosley, Maternity Matters, Mosque at Ground Zero, Weekend Update with Seth Meyers, Weekend Update: Really with Seth and Amy, Weekend Update: Will Smith, Will Smith: Governor David Paterson (featuring Governor David Paterson), The Lean Years, SNL Digital Short: Boogerman (featuring Peter Sarsgaard and Katy Perry). Ladies Who Lunch, Actor II Actor (featuring Justin Timberlake), The Even More Expendables. Katy Perry performs "California Girls" and "Teenage Dream". Written by R Berquist

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Comedy | Music

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TV-14
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English

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25 September 2010 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Beginning with this 36th season, SNL producers allowed Don Pardo to pre-record his segments from his Tucson, Arizona home studio. Earlier, starting in 2004, he semi-retired and moved to Tucson. Thereafter, for every new SNL episode, he was flown from his Tucson home to New York City. See more »

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References The L Word (2004) See more »

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Theme from Boogerman
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Written by Jonathan Krisel, Akiva Schaffer and Andy Samberg
Performed by Katy Perry
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solid season opener
26 September 2010 | by Towel DudeSee all my reviews

I enjoyed this season opener. The hit / miss ratio favored the hits. Truly funny opening spoof of GOP Senate wannabe Christine O'Donnell's bizarre past deeds. And an inspired opening monologue / dream by host Amy Poeler, with great cameos by Jimmy Falon, Tina Fey, Justin Timberlake.

Hair replacement commercial was gross but funny, and Maya Rudolph returns to team up with Amy on Bronx talk show with guest librarian, Katy Perry, wearing low cut Elmo shirt, exposing the most beautiful cleavage in show business. A riff on her recent Sesame Street dustup on her excised segment, being too sexy for innocent kid viewers.

Other highlights, Amy reteaming with Seth for Weekend update, joined by outgoing NY governor Patterson, and new cast member Jay Pharoah, doing a spot on Will Smith impersonation : Expendables movie sequel spoof digging up more has-beens was hilarious : and SNL finally books a musical guest that I actually watched both performances : Katy Perry. The last time I did that was when U2 performed in 2003 when Val Kilmer hosted.

I loved both Katy's performances, even though lots of viewers complained about her singing. Not me. I think she's great, especially her 2nd performance, wearing the super hot short red glitter skirt, and blue hair highlights, backed up by smoking hot cheerleader singers.

Surprising misfire : Adam Samberg's usually funny digital short was stunningly lame ( Boogerman ??? ) But like I said the hits outweighed the misses.


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