Siskel and Ebert appeared in several "Saturday Night Live" on NBC on several occassions. Near the middle of the program, they would review the comedy of the previous half of the show.
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On the 'Robin Williams' bio-vehicle Patch Adams
(1998): "This is an annoying and cloying look and attack on the impersonal way doctors treat their patients. The problem is after seeing a glimse of Williams' personal treatment, we would settle for IMpersonal treatment! I would rather turn my head and cough than see any part of 'Patch Adams' again. The title of this movie should have been 'Punch ...
One of his proudest moments was when viewing the Chris Farley
vehicle Black Sheep
(1996), he walked out right before the end for the first time in years. "It was a real high." Later on the show, Roger remarked he wished he had done the same.
Known for his extreme dislike at films that showed children being in danger