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"Saturday Night Live" Colin Farrell/Scissor Sisters (2004)

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Writers:
James Downey (writer)
Tina Fey (head writer)
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Original Air Date:
11 December 2004 (Season 30, Episode 7)
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Fred Armisen ... Various

Rachel Dratch ... Various

Tina Fey ... Weekend Update Anchor

Will Forte ... Various

Darrell Hammond ... Various

Seth Meyers ... Various

Chris Parnell ... Various

Amy Poehler ... Weekend Update Anchor / Various

Maya Rudolph ... Various

Horatio Sanz ... Various

Finesse Mitchell ... Various

Rob Riggle ... Various

Kenan Thompson ... Various

Scissor Sisters ... Themselves - Musical Guest

Colin Farrell ... Himself - Host
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Cristy Joy ... Various

Don Pardo ... Himself - Announcer (voice)

Paula Pell ... Announcer (voice)
Lenny Pickett ... Himself - Bandleader
John Carlton ... Roach (uncredited)
Brett Hull ... Himself (uncredited)

Lindsay Lohan ... Herself (uncredited)
Chiko Mendez ... Trumpet Player - Showbiz Grande Explosion (uncredited)
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Beth McCarthy-Miller  (as Beth McCarthy Miller)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Doug Abeles  writer
Leo Allen  writer
James Anderson  writer
Alex Baze  writer
Liz Cackowski  writer
James Downey  writer
Tina Fey  head writer
Charlie Grandy  writer
Steve Higgins  writer
Joe Kelly  writer
Erik Kenward  writer
John Lutz  writer
Lorne Michaels  creator
Matt Murray  writer
Paula Pell  writer
Lauren Pomerantz  writer
Perry Sachs  contributing writer
T. Sean Shannon  writer
Frank Sebastiano  writer
Eric Slovin  writer
Robert Smigel  writer
J.B. Smoove  writer
Emily Spivey  writer
Andrew Steele  writer
Jason Sudeikis  writer
Rich Talarico  writer

Produced by
Ken Aymong .... supervising producer
Ayala Cohen .... co-producer
Steve Higgins .... producer
Marci Klein .... producer
Lorne Michaels .... executive producer
Michael Shoemaker .... producer
James Signorelli .... film segment producer
 
Production Design by
Eugene Lee 
Keith Raywood  (as Keith Ian Raywood)
Akira Yoshimura 
 
Costume Design by
Tom Broecker 
 
Makeup Department
Dierdre Harris .... hair stylist
Jennifer Johnson .... hair stylist
Katherine O'Donnell .... makeup artist
AnneMichelle Radcliffe .... hair stylist
Bettie O. Rogers .... assistant hair stylist
Inga Thrasher .... hair stylist
Vincent Schicchi .... lab technician (uncredited)
Josh Turi .... lab technician (uncredited)
Josh Turi .... second key makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Craig Donnelly .... graphic designer
Jeannine Jones .... outside props (uncredited)
 
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
Brian Duffy .... assistant camera (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Lenny Pickett .... musical director
Hal Willner .... sketch music adaptations
John Zonars .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Daniel Pleacoff .... research intern (uncredited)
 

Series Crew
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Directed by
Mike de Seve (Mike Judge's "Milton" series) (as Mike DeSeve)
Christopher Guest (film segments) (1984-1985)
Robert Smigel (segment "TV Funhouse") (1996-)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Gracie P. Aylward  segment co-writer (as Patty 'Gracie' Aylward)
Steve Bannos  guest writer
Barry W. Blaustein  1980-1983
Beth Cahill  1991-1992
Chris Cluess 
Robert Cohen 
Ian Edwards  guest writer
Spike Feresten  Seinfeld episode
Richard Goteri  Weekend Update
Brad Hall  1982-1984
Stu Kreisman 
Tim Meadows  1991-1993
Lorne Michaels  creator
Dennis Miller  1985-1991 (uncredited)
David Misch  1984-1985
Mike Myers  1989-1993
Andrew Hill Newman 
Gilda Radner  1975-1980
Lue Rennie 
Mike Royce  additional material
T. Sean Shannon  1996-
David Spade  1993-1996 (uncredited)
Peter Tauber 
Scott Wainio  2006
Marc Weiner  1981 (uncredited)
Jim Wise  guest writer (1998)

Produced by
Jim L. Clark .... animation producer: TV Funhouse (episode "Blue Christmas")
Audrey Peart Dickman .... producer (?-2002)
Merritt Duff .... associate producer
Lori Jo Hoekstra .... coordinating producer
Barbara Lieberman .... producer (1981-1984)
Pam Thomas .... producer (as Pamela Thomas)
 
Original Music by
Michael Z. Gordon 
Charles Moore 
Howard Shore 
 
Cinematography by
Alexander Buono (5 seasons)
 
Film Editing by
Derek McCants (1985-1986)
Howard Silver 
 
Set Decoration by
Lee Mayman 
 
Makeup Department
Jennifer Aspinall .... makeup department head (1989-1991)
Andy Clement .... makeup artist
Robin Day .... hair stylist (1991-1995, 2000-2003)
Robin Day .... wig stylist (1991-1995, 2000-2003)
Valerie Gladstone-Appel .... hair stylist
Wanda Gregory .... hair stylist
Vivian Maxwell .... makeup artist (2003)
Theo Mayes .... makeup artist (1988-1991, various episodes)
Andrea Miller .... makeup artist
David Presto .... makeup artist
Adina Shore .... assistant hair stylist (1995)
Martel Thompson .... makeup artist
Gigi Williams .... makeup artist (1989-1990)
Louie Zakarian .... key makeup (1997-2002)
Louie Zakarian .... makeup department head (1997-2002)
Michael Marino .... prosthetic makeup artist (1998-2001) (uncredited)
Gabriella Pollino .... hair stylist (1989-1991) (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Kristian Forland .... assistant production manager
Tanya Ryno .... production supervisor: TV Funhouse/Commercial Parodies (1994-2000)
Will Shepard .... production manager: film unit
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jim Bigham .... assistant director
Matthew Laurance .... assistant director (1977-1980)
 
Art Department
Peter Allburn .... scenic artist
Charles E. McCarry .... set designer (1982-1983)
Todd Rutt .... graphic artist
Robert Saccenti .... property master (segment "Bear City")
 
Sound Department
Leslie Carangi .... additional adr artist (as Leslie Carangi Kelley)
Kenneth Hunter .... sound recordist: film segments (1976-1977)
Bob Liftin .... sound consultant (1975-1987) (as Robert Liftin)
Daniel McIntosh .... production sound mixer: film segments (2001-)
Scott Schachter .... sound mixer (1975-1985)
 
Special Effects by
Vincent J. Guastini .... prosthetic makeup artist (1998-2000) (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Nancy Ellen Anzalone .... stunt performer
Leslie Carangi .... second unit stunts (as Leslie Carangi Kelley)
Bob Colletti .... stunts
Edward Conna .... stunts
Jeffrey Lee Gibson .... stunt coordinator (multiple episodes)
Cort Hessler .... stunt driver: 2000
Jalil Jay Lynch .... stunts: 1998
Alex Wen .... stunts: 1998
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Leslie Carangi .... stand-in: on-camera (as Leslie Carangi Kelley)
Marc Karzen .... still photographer (1980-1990 uncredited)
Nate Ranger .... assistant camera
Michael Ruiz .... video controller
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Joseph La Corte .... costumer
 
Editorial Department
Kenneth Hunter .... assistant editor: film segments (1976-1977)
 
Music Department
Katreese Barnes .... musician: keyboards (2000-)
Thomas Barney .... musician: bass (1983-1985 and 1995-2000)
Ron Blake .... musician: baritone saxophone (2005-)
Lewis Del Gatto .... music arranger (1977-1979 and 1985-2005) (as Lew Del Gatto)
Lewis Del Gatto .... musician: saxophone (1977-1979, 1985-1995 and 1998-2005) (as Lew Del Gatto)
Lukasz Gottwald .... musician: guitar (1997-)
Cheryl Hardwick .... musical director (1986-2000)
Cheryl Hardwick .... musician: keyboards (1975-1980 and 1985-2000)
Howard Johnson .... conductor (1975-1980)
Howard Johnson .... musician: tuba (1975-1980)
Tom Malone .... musician: trombone (1975-1985)
Lou Marini .... musician: saxophone (1975-1983)
The Marketts .... musician
Robert Palladino .... music mixer (1985-1986)
Leon Pendarvis .... musician: keyboards (1980-)
Alan Rubin .... musician: trumpet (1975-1983)
G.E. Smith .... musical director (1986-1995)
G.E. Smith .... musician: lead guitar (1985-1995)
Kenny Vance .... musical director (1980-1981)
Jay Vicari .... music mixer (1986-)
Paul Waterman .... musical contractor
 
Other crew
Gregory Aull .... senior video (1995-1996)
Chris Bagnall .... assistant to director: film unit (2000-2003)
Keirda Bahruth .... film production unit (1998-1999)
Keirda Bahruth .... film production (1997)
Del Close .... acting coach (1981-1982)
Frank Grisanti .... senior video (1995-1996)
Ken Halsband .... production assistant
Paul Irwin .... location assistant
Daniel Joseph .... production intern (1993-1994)
Raphael Kryszek .... segment producer (E! version)
Ryan Middleton .... production assistant
Soren Miltich .... production assistant
Fred Northup .... assistant to producer (1993)
Jay Rabins .... production assistant
Christine Lisa Racinez .... executive assistant: Lorne Michaels' office
Carol Riggins .... animal trainer
Michael Riley .... title designer
J. Ryan .... production assistant (1996-1997)
Pavun Shetty .... assistant: Mr. Michaels
Rhys Thomas .... production assistant
William Vaccaro .... senior video
Ashley Vuckovich .... freelance production assistant
 
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Quotes:
[discussing "Alexander" on Weekend Update]
Tina Fey:Our host this week, Colin Farrell, is the star of the new Oliver Stone big-budget epic "Alexander." Much of the attention around the film has centered on Alexander the Great's sexuality. Here to comment is Colin Farrell.
Colin Farrell:Thank you. Thank you, Tina. I'm very proud of "Alexander". It's an honest, multifaceted portrayal of one of the greatest figures of the ancient world. And yet, all anyone seems to talk about is how this guy liked men as well as women. He's so much more than that! I mean, this is a man who was able to take a group of fresh-faced young boys and whip them into one of the greatest armies the world has ever seen. And it's not like it was that easy to get these guys to go off and follow him. As everyone knows, it's very hard to get Greek men to leave their brothers behind. So he looked all over Greece, and found men who were anxious to leave home because they didn't like the way they were being reared.
Tina Fey:Th- This is fascinating. And during this whole time, the Greeks were constantly being attacked by the Persian army, right?
Colin Farrell:Yes, that's right, and the Persians were strong, manly fighters. But Alexander managed to beat off the entire Persian army.
Amy Poehler:Amazing, amazing. And yet, all people can talk about is that he mighta been gay!
Colin Farrell:Sad, isn't it? I mean, he united all of Greece, and got them to fight together as a nation.
Amy Poehler:So he used Greece to beat off the men of the Persian army?
Colin Farrell:Yes he did, Amy. Without Greece, the job of beating off the entire Persian army would've been much harder. I mean, this way he can finish them off quicker.
Tina Fey:That- that's true. I know that, 'cause I'm Greek. So, what was a typical battle like for Alexander?
[...]
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