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"Saturday Night Live" Tom Green/David Gray (2000)

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Writers:
James Downey (writer)
Tina Fey (head writer)
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Original Air Date:
18 November 2000 (Season 26, Episode 6)
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Cast

 (Episode Cast)

Rachel Dratch ... Various

Jimmy Fallon ... Various / Weekend Update Anchor

Will Ferrell ... Dr. Phil / Various

Tina Fey ... Weekend Update Anchor

Ana Gasteyer ... Various
Phil Giroux ... Himself
David Gray ... Himself - Musical Guest

Tom Green ... Himself - Host

Darrell Hammond ... Various

Chris Kattan ... Various

Jerry Minor ... Various

Tracy Morgan ... Various

Don Pardo ... Himself - Announcer (voice)

Chris Parnell ... Various
Lenny Pickett ... Himself - Bandleader

Maya Rudolph ... Oprah Winfrey / Various

Horatio Sanz ... Various

Molly Shannon ... Various

Drew Barrymore ... Herself (uncredited)
Mary Jane Green ... Herself (uncredited)
Richard Green ... Himself (uncredited)
Glenn Humplik ... Himself (uncredited)
Andy Murphy ... Oprah audience member (uncredited)

Gwyneth Paltrow ... Herself (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Beth McCarthy-Miller  (as Beth McCarthy Miller)
Robert Marianetti (segment "Saturday TV Funhouse")
David Wachtenheim (segment "Saturday TV Funhouse")
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
James Anderson  writer
Robert Carlock  writer
Tony Daro  writer
James Downey  writer
Tina Fey  head writer
Hugh Fink  writer
Melanie Graham  writer
Steve Higgins  writer
Erik Kenward  writer
Adam McKay  writer
Dennis McNicholas  head writer
Lorne Michaels  writer
Jerry Minor  writer
Matt Murray  writer
Paula Pell  writer
Matt Piedmont  writer
Jon Rosenfeld  writer
Ken Scarborough  writer
Michael Schur  writer
T. Sean Shannon  writer
Frank Sebastiano  writer
Robert Smigel  writer
Barry Sobel  writer
Andrew Steele  writer
Scott Wainio  writer

Produced by
Ken Aymong .... supervising producer
Steve Higgins .... producer
Marci Klein .... co-producer
Robert Marianetti .... producer (segment "Saturday TV Funhouse")
Lorne Michaels .... executive producer
Michael Shoemaker .... co-producer
Robert Smigel .... producer (segment "Saturday TV Funhouse")
David Wachtenheim .... producer (segment "Saturday TV Funhouse")
 
Production Design by
Eugene Lee 
Keith Raywood  (as Keith Ian Raywood)
Akira Yoshimura 
 
Costume Design by
Tom Broecker 
 
Makeup Department
Chris Clark .... hair stylist
Jennifer Johnson .... hair stylist
AnneMichelle Radcliffe .... hair stylist
Liz Reilly .... wig designer
Vincent Schicchi .... lab technician (uncredited)
Josh Turi .... lab technician (uncredited)
Josh Turi .... second key makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Dan Bleier .... property master (as Frank)
Larry Demmler .... property master
Steve Demmler .... chief props
Craig Donnelly .... graphic designer
Joe Reilly .... chief carpenter
 
Visual Effects by
Tara Donnelly .... lead graphic designer
 
Stunts
Brian Smyj .... stunt coordinator (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Phil Hyms .... lighting consultant (as Phil Hymes)
Norman Ng .... still photographer
Steven C. O'Neill .... grip
 
Animation Department
Kim Arndt .... animator
John Paratore .... animator
Jose Velasco .... animator
David Wachtenheim .... animator
Tom Warburton .... animator
Michael Wetterhahn .... animator (as Mike Wetterhahn)
Michael Wisniewski .... animator (as Mike Wisniewski)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Bruce Brumage .... wardrobe
Nina De Palma .... costumer
J. Douglas James .... wardrobe
Margaret Karolyi .... wardrobe
Dale Richards .... wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Katherine Babiak .... video tape
Ed Hinch .... video tape
 
Music Department
Lewis Del Gatto .... musical arranger
Lenny Pickett .... musical director
Hal Willner .... sketch music adaptations
John Zonars .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Steven Cimino .... technical director
Wally Feresten .... cue cards
Stacey Foster .... technical consultant
Danny Meltzer .... production assistant
Brian Reiss .... production assistant
Joe Van Ek .... production staff
 

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Tina Fey:Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris has been all over the news this week. First she set a deadline for the recount, then she was overruled, now she's been stripped of her ability to certify the Florida votes. Katherine Harris hasn't gotten this much attention since spring break '77. Look at her, she looks divorced. She looks like the woman being cheated on in a Mexican soap opera. Katherine, honey, there's another setting on your make-up mirror. It's called "daytime." Check it out.See more »
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References Bounce (2000)See more »

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4 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Worst episode of SNL ever!!!, 24 March 2006
Author: burkemancometh from Winslow, Maine

This is probably one of the episodes where the host himself made the show worse. What's usually the case is that the cast and the writing, not the host, make the show bad. They can have a really good guest and just mess up every other way. In this episode, you can see that the cast is somewhat irritated with Tom Green's stupid and pointless antics.

I noticed that any of the sketches which were meant to be intelligent left Tom Green out altogether, such as ones involving Bush & Gore (keep in mind this was after the election, and when the country still wasn't sure who our next president would be due to the fiasco in Florida). It seems they had to tolerate Tom Green being on the show, and told him, "You know what, just stand to the side right there while we rehearse." They shouldn't have even invited him.

Lastly, this was the famous episode where Tom Green invited both his parents and Drew Barrymore (who he was engaged to at the time) up on stage to perform a wedding ceremony. It was a really good concept, except there was some dumb gimmick where Drew Barrymore wouldn't leave her dressing room, so the show went without the wedding. I tell you, the 2000-2001 season of SNL was a good season compared to how it is now, but this episode was obviously the low point of the season.

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