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Saturday Night Live is a broad show, on one of the original three television networks, and it's an institution that goes back to 1975. What still makes it special, though, is that an episode can feel like each viewer’s little secret – that even though it’s airing live, and everyone with a Twitter handle can simultaneously speak their mind regarding Jay Pharoah, you can feel like the first person on your block to have gotten it.

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