Saturday Night Live: Season 23, Episode 1

Sylvester Stallone/Jamiroquai (27 Sep. 1997)

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A good episode of a good season
4 December 2006 | by (San Francisco, US) – See all my reviews

Sylvester Stallone shows his comedic chops throughout this episode. Two of the skits particularly stand out in my mind. One where he's on a local cable access show trying to score dates for his daughters (one of whom is knocked-up and another who is mentally challenged, with unibrow and accordion -- hysterically played by Cheri Oteri). Another great skit finds Stallone working at an electronics store but unable to deal with the fact that it is no longer an Orange Julius. Odd, sure, but Stallone is great in it.

It's a shame that Stallone's choice of comedic feature films is so poor, considering how great he was on this episode of SNL.


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