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Saturday Night Live season 27

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20 episodes (426 views)

Air weekdate:Saturday Cast:Kenan Thompson, Bill Hader, Colin Jost, Bobby Moynihan, Amy Poehler, Fred Armisen, Tina Fey, Leslie Jones, Pete Davidson, Michael Che, Sasheer Zamata, Cecily Strong, Kyle Mooney, Beck Bennett, Aidy Bryant, Vanessa Bayer, Kate McKinnon, Jay Pharoah, Nasim Pedrad, Taran Killam, Kristen Wiig, Chris Parnell, Damon Wayans, Darrell Hammond, David Spade, Don Pardo, Finesse Mitchell, Horatio Sanz, Jimmy Fallon, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Kevin Nealon, Rachel Dratch, Rob Riggle, Victoria Jackson, Will Forte, unknown, unknown Genre:Comedy Channel:NBC Status:Continuing

7.9 (53 votes)

Saturday Night Live season 27 episodes list:

Episode #1: Reese Witherspoon/Alicia Keys (air date: 2001-09-29)

Live From New York, It's...Mayor Rudolph Giuliani Sketches include: ""9/11 Tribute"", ""Wake Up, Wakefield!,"" ""Preparation-H,"" ""The Little Mermaid,"" ""The Culps,"" ""Celebrity Jeopardy,"" ""Farting Baby,"" and ""Donatella Versace's Kids' Songs."" Alicia Keys performed ""Fallin'"" and ""A Woman's Worth."" Paul Simon performed ""The Boxer.""

Episode #2: Sean William Scott/Sum 41 (air date: 2001-10-06)

Live From New York, It's...Will Ferrell Sketches include: Bush Warns bin Laden, Law and Order: Parking Violations Movement, Snotty Department Store Guys, Emmy Awards Pre-Show, Jarrett's Room, The Patriotic Co-Worker, The ""How Do You Say? Ah, Yes"" Show, The Approval Center, and The Porn Star Blind Date Sum 41 performs: ""Fat Lip"" and ""In Too Deep""

Episode #3: Drew Barrymore/Macy Gray (air date: 2001-10-13)

Live From New York, It's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""A Message from Dick Cheney,"" ""Crossing Over with John Edwards,"" ""Jacuzzi Lovers,"" ""Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory: Collector's Edition DVD"", ""First Liberty Savings Bank,"" ""Action Talk Show"", ""Post-9/11-Edited King Kong Movie,"" and ""Whole Latte Love, The Lesbian Bar."" Macy Gray performs: ""Sexual Revolution"" and ""Sweet Baby""

Episode #4: John Goodman/Ja Rule (air date: 2001-11-03)

Live From New York, It's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include: ""MSNBC: Ashcroft's Press Conference,"" ""Hudson Valley Community Circuit,"" ""Herbal Essences For Men,"" ""E.P.T Pregnancy Kit"", ""Liberty Medical Supplies,"" ""She's The Girl with No Gaydar,"" ""CBS News Anthrax Update,"" ""HBO America Undercover,"" ""Bad Conceptual Theater with Leonard Pinth-Garnell,"" and ""Amateur Sleuths."" Ja Rule performs: ""Always On Time"" (with Ashanti) and ""Livin' It Up"" (by himself)

Episode #5: Gwyneth Paltrow/Ryan Adams (air date: 2001-11-10)

Live From New York, It's...Will Ferrell (speaking Arabic) Sketches include ""George W. Bush's Arab Myths,"" ""Boston Teens' School Dance,"" ""Gemini's Twin Weekend,"" ""The Atteburys,"" ""Dysfunctional Family Dinner,"" ""Mango and Gwyneth,"", ""TV Funhouse: Michael Jackson"", ""My Big Thick Novel"", and ""Fiesta Politica."" The Michael Jackson TV Funhouse is replaced on the NBC rerun with a TV Funhouse: Fun With Real Audio about Pat Robertson. Also: Ryan Adams's second performance and a sketch featuring Dean Edwards and Tracy Morgan were cut after dress rehearsal.

Episode #6: Billy Bob Thornton/Creed (air date: 2001-11-17)

Live From New York, It's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""Donald Rumsfeld's Defense Press Briefing,"" ""The Gay Pilgrim,"" ""Nick Burns and His Father,"" ""Brian Fellow's Safari Planet,"" ""Inside The Actor's Studio: Billy Bob Thorton"", ""SNL War Party"", ""A Farmer and His Fenced-In Area"", ""E.P.T Pregnancy Test"" (repeat from the John Goodman/Ja Rule feat. Ashanti episode), ""My Big Thick Novel"", and ""Martha Stewart's Patriotic Thanksgiving."" Creed performs: ""My Sacrifice"" and ""Bullets"" A ""Hello Dolly"" sketch was scheduled to air, but got cut due to time constraints

Episode #7: Derek Jeter/Bubba Sparxxx & Shakira (air date: 2001-12-01)

Live From New York, It's...Will Ferrell Sketches include: George W. Bush's 'You Might Be A Terrorist...', Preparation H (repeat from the Reese Witherspoon/Alicia Keys episode), Muchas Iglesias, The Baseball Wives, Store Clerk's Masseuse Fantasy, Dissing Your Dog, Derek Jeter's Taco Hole, Dealing With Mom and Dad, Osama's Pep Talk, Male Perms, SNL Holiday Song, and My Big Thick Novel Shakira performs: ""Wherever, Whenever"" Bubba Sparxxx performs: ""Ugly"" and ""Lovely""

Episode #8: Hugh Jackman/Mick Jagger (air date: 2001-12-08)

Live From New York, It's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""Gore's White House Call,"" ""Jarret's Room,"" ""The Robert Goulet All-Holiday Special,"" ""Sears Family Photographers,"" ""Hello Dolly,"" ""Backstage SNL: Mick Jagger's Reflection,"" ""Superman and His Parents,"" ""Donatella Versace,"" and ""Hugh Jackman's 'The Christmas Kangaroo'."" Mick Jagger performs: ""God Gave Me Everything"" and ""Visions of Paradise""

Episode #9: Ellen DeGeneres/No Doubt (air date: 2001-12-15)

Live From New York, It's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""CBS News Special Report: Osama bin Laden Video,"" ""The Culps At The Oakhurst Mall,"" ""Kitty Singleton: Federal Agent,"" ""TV Funhouse: The Narrator Who Ruined Christmas"", ""Ellen Loves Mango"", ""Short Family Vacation"", ""My Big Thick Novel"", ""Dad's New Girlfriend"", and ""Dick Cheney's Snow Globe/SNL Christmas Song"" No Doubt performs: ""Hey Baby"" and ""Hella Good""

Episode #10: Josh Hartnett/Pink (air date: 2002-01-12)

Live From New York, It's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""Buddy The Dog's Funeral,"" ""Wake Up, Wakefield!,"" ""Hello Stepson, Now Let's Go To Bed: I Went To Bed With My Stepson: The Lara Bengal Covington Story"", ""TV Funhouse: The X-Presidents Meet The Ambiguously Gay Duo"", ""The Shout Out Show,"" ""HBO First Look: Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones,"" ""Airplane Entertainment,"" and ""Playboy Channel: Arabic Awareness Month."" Pink performs: Get This Party Started and Don't Let Me Get Me The Playboy Channel: Arabic Awareness Month sketch was in the dress rehearsal of the Ellen DeGeneres/No Doubt episode.

Episode #11: Jack Black/The Strokes (air date: 2002-01-19)

Live From New York, It's...Jimmy Fallon Sketches include: White House Cops: The Pretzel Incident, Flenderson's, Russell Putnam: Investigative Reporter, Tales of Valor: The Virgin Sacrifice, Mountaintop Lovers, Friends, Now That's What Actors Call Singing, Bass-Off, HBO's America Undercover, Music International, and My Big Thick Novel The Strokes perform: ""Last Nite"" and ""Hard To Explain""

Episode #12: Britney Spears (2) (air date: 2002-02-02)

Live From New York, It's...Seth Meyers Sketches include ""Morman Winter Olympics,"" ""Brian Fellow's Safari Planet,"" ""Inside Barbie's Dreamhouse,"" ""Jarrett's Room,"" ""A Message From Martha Stewart,"" ""Astronaut Jones,"" ""HBO First Look: Gemini's Twin,"" ""Channel 9 Action News,"" and ""The Leather Man."" The host/musical guest performs: ""Boys"" and ""I'm Not A Girl""

Episode #13: Jonny Moseley/Outkast (air date: 2002-03-02)

Live From New York, It's...Will Ferrell Sketches include ""George W. Bush's Axis of Evil,"" ""Boston Teens' Ski Trip,"" ""The O'Reilly Factor,"" ""DisMissed,"" ""The Adventures of Dinner-Rolling Jonny Moseley,"" ""Super Buzzers,"" ""Typhoid Mary Rehearsal,"" and ""Extreme Wedding."" OutKast performs: ""The Whole World"" and ""I'm Sorry, Ms. Jackson"" A TV Funhouse cartoon was cut from dress rehearsal, despite that Seth Meyers (substituting for Don Pardo) announces a cartoon for this episode

Episode #14: Jon Stewart/India.Arie (air date: 2002-03-09)

Live From New York, It's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include: Cheney's Concerns, The Cheese Game, MTV's Total Request Live, The Bloder Brothers, TV Funhouse: MTV Forum (Fun With Real Audio), Talkin' To The Stars, News Media, Jazzvisions, We Were Soldiers Who Knew What Women Want, and My Big Thick Novel India.Arie performs: ""Video"" and ""Ready For Love""

Episode #15: Ian McKellen/Kylie Minogue (air date: 2002-03-16)

Live From New York, It's... Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""Tom Ridge Terrorism Address,"" ""Kotex Classic,"" ""Donatella Versace's Oscar Party,"" ""NPR Delicious Dish,"" ""Great Moments In Oscar History II"" (cartoon), ""Hot Air Balloon Mystery Theater,"" ""The Ferey Muthar Talk Show,"" ""A&E's The Life and Times of Charles Dickens,"" and ""Kevin and Richie's Comic Book Zone."" Kylie Minogue performed ""Can't Get You Out of My Head"" (with Ian McKellen singing off to the side of the stage) and ""In Your Eyes.""

Episode #16: Cameron Diaz/Jimmy Eat World (air date: 2002-04-06)

Live From New York, It's...Will Ferrell & Ana Gasteyer! Sketches include ""The Culps In Lamaze Class,"" ""17th Annual Auto Show Spokeman Awards,"" ""MTV Spring Break 2002,"" ""SNL 530,"" ""Astronaut Jones,"" ""Celine Dion on CBS,"" ""Gorgeous Living,"" ""The First Female Peepers,"" ""MTV 4"", and ""My Big, Thick Novel."" Jimmy Eat World performed ""The Middle"" and ""Sweetness.""

Episode #17: The Rock/Andrew W.K. (air date: 2002-04-13)

Live From New York, It's...Will Ferrell Sketches include: Bush's Guccione Peace Plan, Brian Fellow's Safari Planet, The Scorpion King's Son, Arthur Anderson, Hardball, Backstage SNL: Drunk Girl And Her Sister, The Subway Couple, She's The Girl With No Gaydar, All Aboard The Freedom Train: The Duets of Neil Diamond and Bigfoot, HBO's America Undercover, and A Message From Saturday Night Live Andrew W.K. performs: ""Party Hard"" and ""I Get Wet"" The NBC rerun of this episode has a short tribute to director Dave Wilson who died of an aortic aneurysm in 2001.

Episode #18: Alec Baldwin/P.O.D. (air date: 2002-04-20)

Live From New York, It's...The Parrot From ""Barretta"" Sketckes include ""FOX News: Robert Blake Murder,"" ""Kotex Classic"" (rerun from the Ian McKellen/Kylie Minogue episode), ""Gay Voice Mail,"" ""When White Men Date Old Black Women,"" ""Ozzy Osbourne's Problems,"" ""Let's All Hate France"", ""TV Funhouse: The Anatominals"", ""The Cardinals"", ""Lovers' Birthday Party,"" and ""The Tony Bennett Show."" P.O.D performs: ""Alive"" and ""Youth of the Nation""

Episode #19: Kirsten Dunst/Eminem (air date: 2002-05-11)

Live From New York, It's...Will Ferrell Sketches include ""George W. Bush, Condoleezza Rice, and Dick Cheney,"" ""Clear Results Home Pregnancy Test,"" ""Last Call With Carson Daly,"" ""TV Funhouse: Bambi 2002,"" ""Demilon,"" ""Annoying Background Soap Actors,"" ""Jarret's Room,"" ""Court TV: Kournikova vs. Penthouse,"" ""Wake Up Wakefield,"" ""DeMarco Family Dancers,"" ""My Big Thick Novel"".

Episode #20: Winona Ryder/Moby (air date: 2002-05-18)

Live From New York, It's...Maya Rudolph and (for the final time) Will Ferrell Sketches include ""Jimmy Carter In Cuba,"" ""Celebrity Jeopardy: Music Edition,"" ""Dueling Wedding Singers,"" ""Botox"", ""Bear Researchers,"" ""Girl Next Door: The Search For a Playboy Playmate,"" ""Jacuzzi Lovers II,"" ""Mango, Winona, and Moby Go Shoplifting,"" and ""Farewell To Will Ferrell."" Moby performs: ""We Are All Made Of Stars"" and ""South Side""

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