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Saturday Night Live season 29

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20 episodes (316 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 29 episodes list:

Episode #1: Jack Black/John Mayer (air date: 2003-10-04)

Live From New York, It's... Darrell Hammond Sketches include, ""Californians For Schwarzennager"", ""Huggies Thong"", ""Queer Eye For The Straight Gal"", ""The Wade Robson Project"", ""Cooking School"", ""TV Funhouse- Yankee Super-Heroes"", ""Father & Son"", ""The Wine Critic"", ""Telemarketers""

Episode #2: Justin Timberlake (air date: 2003-10-11)

Live From New York, It's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include, ""Hardball"", ""Punk'd: Barely Legal"", ""Schwarzenegger Press Conference"", ""A Message From Nick Lachey & Jessica Simpson"", ""Omletteville vs., Benny's"", ""DirecTV"", ""Boston Teens"", ""The Sharon Osbourne Show"", ""Justin and Kermit The Frog"", ""Carl Weathers For Governor"", ""Amy Loves Justin"", and ""The Barry Gibb Talk Show.""

Episode #3: Halle Berry/Britney Spears (air date: 2003-10-18)

Live From New York, It's... Maya Rudolph Sketches include, ""Kobe & Vanessa Bryant"", ""Gaystrogen"", ""The Don Zimmer Sports Spectacular"", ""Donatella Versace"", ""Tel-e-link"", ""Quick Ones"", ""Sukihura Sushi Bar"", ""The Sunday National Enquirer"", ""The Best Of Klymaxx"", ""Tom Brokaw Voice Mail"", ""Ashford & Simpson Fan"", ""Speedreader""

Episode #4: Kelly Ripa/Outkast (air date: 2003-11-01)

Live From New York, It's... Darrell Hammond Sketches include, ""Message From The President"", ""Tressant Supreme"", ""Live With Regis & Kelly"", ""Access Hollywood"", ""Center For Cow Fart Study"", ""Leilani Burke: Pet Psychic"", ""Spy Glass"", ""Greenbriar County Animal Shelter""

Episode #5: Andy Roddick/Dave Matthews (air date: 2003-11-08)

Live From New York, It's... Rachel Dratch Sketches include, ""Martha Stewart Interview"", ""Cryogenix"", ""The Morning Mix"", ""Battle Of The Sexes 2"", ""Mary Poppins 2004/Chris Parnell and John McEnroe Commentary"", ""Anderson Mellner Communications Celebration"", ""Tennis Talk"", ""Merv The Perv"", ""Jock Talk"", and ""Action News 13""

Episode #6: Alec Baldwin/Missy Elliott (air date: 2003-11-15)

Address from the President, Huggies Thong, Plastic Surgeon, Zing, The Tony Bennett Show, Gaystrogen, The Falconer, C-Span: Prince Charles Scandal, Keen Corp Meeting, Roy Returns, Scheinwald Studios. The Scheinwald Studios sketch has been cut several times since early 2002.

Episode #7: Al Sharpton/Pink (air date: 2003-12-06)

Sketches include ""Equal Time Programming on NBC,"" ""Michael Jackson On A Roller Coaster,"" ""Brian Fellow's Safari Planet,"" ""The Three Wise Men Get Racial-Profiled"", ""Al Sharpton's Casa de Sushi,"" ""The Latoya Jackson Show,"" and ""Cash On Earth."" Pink performs ""Trouble"" and ""God is a DJ.""

Episode #8: Elijah Wood/Jet (air date: 2003-12-13)

Sketeches include; Hardball, Choir Boys, Queer Eye For the Straight Guy, Fun With Real Audio, Wake-Up Wakefield, Versace Egg Nog, Gore Endorses Dean, The Rialto Grande Casino

Episode #9: Jennifer Aniston/Black Eyed Peas (air date: 2004-01-10)

Live From New York, It's... Darrell Hammond Sketches include, ""Message From Donald Trump"", ""Obnoxious Photographers"", ""Britney's Marriage"", ""Gaystrogen"", ""Democrats Against Howard Dean"", ""Saddam & Osama"", ""Country Roses"", ""Coco & Natsui Super Show"", ""Appalachian Emergency Room"", ""Phone Sex Operator""

Episode #10: Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey/G-Unit with 50 Cent (air date: 2004-01-17)

Live from New York, it's... Jeff Richards Sketches were: ""Howard Dean HQ,"" ""Tylenol Extreme,"" ""Joey Mack,"" ""El Cantador Restaurant,"" ""American Idol,"" ""MTV Future,"" ""American Beef Council,"" ""The Sharon Osbourne Show,"" ""Panty Shopping,"" ""Bubba Sparxxx Ad Jingles,"" and ""Tuna of the Dirt."" G-Unit performed ""Stunt 101.""

Episode #11: Megan Mullally/Clay Aiken (air date: 2004-02-07)

Live From New York, It's... Darrell Hammond Sketches include,""Nightline"", ""Celebrity Poker Showdown"", ""Huggies Thong"", ""The Baby Boyfriend"", ""Sharon Stone Presents An Award"", ""Oprah's Favorite Things"", ""Black Lovin' Cab Driver"", ""The Wizard Of Oz"", ""Zings vs. Slams"", ""Celebrity Relatives""

Episode #12: Drew Barrymore/Kelis (air date: 2004-02-14)

Sketches are: ""Gore Calls Kerry,"" ""A Very Special Valentine's Versace,"" ""Jarret's Room,"" ""Access Hollywood,"" ""Octane,"" ""Mike's Bar, circa 1968,"" ""Larry King Live,"" ""Spy Glass,"" ""The World of Scott Wainio"" (film), ""The White Stripes,"" and ""The Prince Show."" Kelis performed ""Milkshake"" and ""Trick Me.""

Episode #13: Christina Aguilera/Maroon 5 (air date: 2004-02-21)

Sketches include ""Hardball,"" ""Sex & The City Final Episode"", ""Do You Know Who My Father Is?"", ""TV Funhouse: Pat O'Brien"", ""The History Channel: Celebration of Women Week"", ""Backstage At A Christina Aguilera Concert"", ""Besos Y Lagrimas"", and ""Don's Apothecary"" Maroon 5 performs: ""This Love"" and ""Harder to Breathe""

Episode #14: Colin Firth/Norah Jones (air date: 2004-03-06)

Sketches include; Nightline, Bad Southern Accent, Show Biz Grande Explosion, TV Funhouse: FCC-Approved Cartoons, Tim Calhoun In Court, The Horny Bellhop, Meet the Press, The Sopranos, and Hollywood vs. History: Jesus Christ.

Episode #15: Ben Affleck/N.E.R.D. (air date: 2004-03-13)

Live from New York, it's...Ben Affleck, Rachel Dratch, Jimmy Fallon, and Seth Meyers Sketches Include: Donnie Bartalotti's Gay Wedding, Joey Mack on Z105, Gigli Filming, TV Funhouse: The Making of the Passion of the Dumpty/George W. Bush Campaign Commercials, Appalachian Emergency Room, Bangkok Ad 1: The Dead Hooker, Top O'The Morning, Bangkok Ad 2: Russian Roulette ""Payment"", Donnie G. and Sidecar, Bangkok Ad 3: Kelly Ripa, Ben Affleck, and a Dead Man, and The Full Moon Killer N.E.R.D performs: Maybe and She Wants To Move

Episode #16: Donald Trump/Toots and the Maytals with Bootsy Collins and The Roots (air date: 2004-04-03)

Live from New York, it's...Carolyn Kepcher of ""The Apprentice"" Sketches include ""The SNL Apprentice,"" ""Fear Factor Junior,"" ""Live with Regis and Kelly,"" ""The VIP Seats,"" ""Donald Trump's House of Wings,"" ""Weekend Trump-Date,"" ""Prince and the Pauper '04,"" ""Fathers and Sons,"" ""9/11 Hearings,"" and ""Donald's Band Rehearsal."" Toots and the Maytals perform ""Love Gonna Walk Out on Me"" (with Ben Harper and Jack Johnson) and ""Funky Kingston"" (with Bootsy Collins and The Roots).

Episode #17: Janet Jackson (air date: 2004-04-10)

Live From New York... It's Janet Jackson (and her digitally pixelated breast) Sketches includes: Cheney and Condoleezza Rice, Brian Fellow's Safari Planet, Starkisha in the Ticket Line, SNL Easter Song, The Prince Show, Cork Soakers, Good Times, and Boom Boomer The host/musical guest performs: Strawberry Bounce and All Nite (Don't Stop)

Episode #18: Lindsay Lohan/Usher (air date: 2004-05-01)

Live From New York, it's...Will Forte! Sketches include: ""Bush's Preparation,"" ""Turlington's Lower Back Tattoo Remover,"" ""Jaret's Room,"" ""Harry Potter,"" ""Billy Joel's Car Ride,"" ""Debbie Downer,"" ""Club Traxx,"" ""Kaitlin's Sleepover,"" and ""The Adult Movie Awards."" Usher performed ""Yeah"" (with Ludacris) and ""Burn"" (by himself).

Episode #19: Snoop Dogg/Avril Lavigne (air date: 2004-05-08)

Live From New York, it's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include: ""White House Friends"", ""Mom Jeans"" (rerun from the Adrien Brody/Sean Paul and Wayne Wonder episode from season 28), ""¡Show Biz Grande Explosion!"", ""The Handicapped Rapper"", ""Scheinwald Studios: MC Night Terrors Pitches 'Booty Hotel'"", ""ABC Fall Line-Up"", ""Snoop Dogg Misses 'Friends'"", ""Appalachian Emergency Room"", ""TV Funhouse: Pothead Theatre"", ""Duster's Digest"", and ""Mother's Day Message From Snoop Dogg"" Avril Lavigne performs: ""Don't Tell Me"" and ""(So Much For) My Happy Ending""

Episode #20: Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen/J-Kwon (air date: 2004-05-15)

Live from New York, it's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""Hardball"", ""Paparazzi"", ""Mary Kate/Ashley Olsen Perfume"", ""Joey Mack on Z105"", ""The Swan"", ""Pat and Patti's Backpack Shack"", ""Access Hollywood: New York Minute"", ""Bloder Brothers, circa 1979"", ""The Chapman's Indoor Family Barbecue"", ""The Adventures of Harold"" (SNL mini-film), and ""'Grease' Parody/Farewell To Jimmy Fallon"". J-Kwon performs: ""Tipsy"" (a second performance was cut because the show was running too long and room had to be made for Jimmy Fallon's good-bye sketch)

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