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Welcome to The SNL Archives Celebrating 10 Years on the Web!

SNL has been a launching point for so many comedy careers it boggles the mind. It began in October 1975, with one of the greatest stand-up comedy performers of all time, George Carlin, as the first host. The “Not Ready for Prime Time Players” bit was sort of a joke. It was a dig on TV itself, as SNL poked fun at the fact their show was …

SNL Archives Seasons

Saturday Night Live recently completed its landmark 40th season, and has become the longest-running live comedy and variety program on television. Each season has its own page in The Archives. It lists the dates and guests of each episode, cast members and featured players – including their first and final episodes – and the individuals who …

Saturday Night Live Transcripts

Saturday Night Live Transcripts contains over 4,000 transcripts of SNL’s most popular sketches. Updated weekly with new transcripts, from the early days of the Not Ready For Prime Time Players to its current incarnation.

Saturday Night Live: 1998-1999 – SNL Transcripts Tonight

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Jan 03, 2019 · Saturday Night Live Transcripts Season 24: 1998-1999]]> 05/15/99: Sarah Michelle Gellar / Backstreet Boys SummaryAfter a two-year absence, the art of the Featured Player returns to SNL, as producer Lorne Michaels struggles to rebuild the male cast with the departure of Norm MacDonald and the reluncant firing of Jim Breuer.Gen-Xers Jimmy Fallon, Chris Parnell and Horatio …Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins

The SNL Archives

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Saturday Night Live Transcripts – SNL Transcripts Tonight

Feb 25, 2011 · Saturday Night Live Transcripts contains over 2,000 transcripts of SNL’s most popular sketches. Updated weekly with new transcripts, from the early days of the Not Ready For Prime Time Players to its current incarnation.5/5(2)

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