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Saturday Night Live Called Phil Hartman “The Glue” Because His Professionalism and Comedic Skills Held Several Sketches Together.

Philip Edward Hartman was a Canadian-American screenwriter, actor, comedian, and graphic designer. He was born in Brantford, Ontario, Canada, and moved to the United States with his family when he was ten. He designed album covers for bands such as Poco and America after graduating from California State University, Northridge, with a degree in graphic …

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Who is the Longest Tenured SNL Member?

Saturday Night Live is a late-night American live TV comedy and variety show created by Lorne Michaels. It was originally released in 1975 and is still running today. For a show currently on its 47th season, you’d begin to wonder, who is the most tenured member of the show?  Kenan Thompson, who we knew as …

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How Much Did Lorne Michaels Offer the Beatles to Reunite?

Paul McCartney officially announced the break-up of the world-famous rock band in 1970. Ever since then, people have been trying to get them to perform again. But did you know that Lorne Michaels tried to make them an offer to reunite on SNL? Lorne Michaels offered the Beatles $3,000 to reunite on SNL. John and …

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Rob Lowe is uncredited in the film Tommy Boy because he was contractually obligated to another movie at the time, Steven King’s The Stand. The reason he filmed Tommy Boy was due to his friendship with Chris Farley.

Tommy Boy is Almost 20: Here Are 20 Fun Facts About the Film The cinematic classic Tommy Boy hit theaters on March 31, 1995. Do the math and that mean the timeless Chris Farley (RIP)/David Spade road trip comedy is just about — yes you guessed it — 20 years old. Twenty is a nice …

Rob Lowe is uncredited in the film Tommy Boy because he was contractually obligated to another movie at the time, Steven King’s The Stand. The reason he filmed Tommy Boy was due to his friendship with Chris Farley. Read More »