The Ambiguously Gay Duo host this special edition of Saturday Night Live devoted to 24 installments of Saturday TV Funhouse. In between they slip backstage to find out as much as possible about their favorite cast member, Jimmy Fallon.
After a long absence, Mary Jane visits her schoolfriend Eloise, and Eloise's daughter Ramona. Eloise drinks too much and is unhappily married to Lew Wengler. Eloise falls asleep and ... See full summary »
Cartographer Will Shepard hits the road for his latest job: to create a new, more accurate satellite survey of Armenia. During his assignment, he forms a bond with an Armenian expatriate and art photographer.
Managing Editor Sam Gatlin arrives in the afternoon and departs early the next morning, having assembled a morning newspaper for Los Angeles. During this implausibly active day in the life ... See full summary »
Two men and a woman happen to meet in a bar. We learn from their conversations both the intriguing and banal details of their lives. But is anyone really telling the truth? From the meat ... See full summary »
Peter is a novelist who is going out of his mind because his wife and daughter have left him. He's bought a Smith & Wesson and put one bullet in it. He's pulled the trigger once in ... See full summary »
IF YOU HAVE DOUBTS ABOUT OUR GOVERNMENT... "25" will confirm your suspicions; The President, his Cabinet, Members of Congress, the Military and everybody else associated with the government... See full summary »
When I first heard about this show, I thought it would be great. I watched the first few episodes and they were pretty good. However, after the first six episodes or so, the show got old and stopped being very funny. I didn't start watching it again until January 2006 and now it's funnier than I ever remember it being. Like VH1's never ending "I Love..." series, "Best Week Ever" cleverly and not too subtlety pokes fun at celebrities and pop culture. Some of the panelists are the same as you would see on "I Love the 90s" or other VH1 programs and just like with those shows, some of the panelists are funny while others are terrible. Christian Finnegan has always been my favorite. His jokes hit 99% of the time and he always seem to be enjoying himself. While it is entertaining, "Best Week Ever" suffers from the same problems VH1's recent "I Love the '90s" did: it lacks name talent and some of the topics discussed are ones that nobody cares about. Also, reoccurring topics get old (Lindsay Lohan must be mentioned every week). It never reaches the level of the "I Love the 80s", but for what is is, "Best Week Ever" is better than it should be. 7/10
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