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wetsroosa said
After all the SNL chatter on here that I started, I come across this article: Rolling Stone announced its pick of the greatest SNL sketch of all time. Probably not a surprise to anyone who's watched the show as long as I have. Here's the article:
http://screen.yahoo.com/snl-be.....00356.html

:-D That's a good one. I think my favorite is still "Who Shot Buckwheat."

I tend to like the "weird" ones that used to get relegated to the last half hour. There's a really obscure one during Jay Mohr's five seconds on the show called "Good Morning Brooklyn" that a friend and I used to quote all the time.

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parlance said

wetsroosa said
After all the SNL chatter on here that I started, I come across this article: Rolling Stone announced its pick of the greatest SNL sketch of all time. Probably not a surprise to anyone who's watched the show as long as I have. Here's the article:
http://screen.yahoo.com/snl-be.....00356.html

:-D That's a good one. I think my favorite is still "Who Shot Buckwheat."

I tend to like the "weird" ones that used to get relegated to the last half hour. There's a really obscure one during Jay Mohr's five seconds on the show called "Good Morning Brooklyn" that a friend and I used to quote all the time.

parlance

 

"Mr. Wheat?"
"Yes?"
*shot* *shot* *shot*
"We have breaking news... Buckwheat has just been shot..."

LOVE that skit. If I had to pick a favorite skit, it'd have to be Eddie Murphy as Stevie Wonder as a record executive and Stevie Wonder auditioning for the label. If you've never seen it, Stevie starts out singing badly, gradually gets better but not by much, then suddenly he UNLEASHES a verse of "I Wish" (if I recall correct) that tore the house down and even caused Joe Piscopo to lose it and get excited. Applause dies down, then Eddie, never breaking character and without missing a beat, replies "No man, you still suck." That was the same episode Stevie debuted "Overjoyed," perhaps his best song ever, and that's saying something. 

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Getting ready to watch the Gold medal mens hockey game...  Being on the west coast, it starts at 4am here!  GO CANADA!

 

Ugh, I'm So Tired..  The excitement better keep me up!  

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I'm watching this documentary film right now.  It's a pretty interesting music documentary.

 

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^^ Speaking of music documentaries, I'm in the middle of 20 Feet from Stardom, the film about back-up singers that won the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature. Right now they're showing featuring "Wah-Wah" during the Concert for Bangladesh (Claudia Lennear was among one of the back-up singers).

As an aside, I was surprised to learn that Luther Vandross, one of my favorite artists, was a back-up singer on David Bowie's "Young Americans" album.

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Check out my fan video for Paul's song "Appreciate" at Vimeo or YouTube.

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