Saturday Night Live: Season 32, Episode 15

Julia Louis-Dreyfus/Snow Patrol (17 Mar. 2007)

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Sketches include a commentary on Presidential candidates by Chris Rock, an Oprah Winfrey show on "The Secret", and Julia's encounter with an angry boom mic operator. Chris Rock Cold Open (... See full summary »

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Sketches include a commentary on Presidential candidates by Chris Rock, an Oprah Winfrey show on "The Secret", and Julia's encounter with an angry boom mic operator. Chris Rock Cold Open (Chris Rock), Oprah: The Secret (Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Maya Rudolph, Amy Poehler, Kenan Thompson), Restless P**** Syndrome (Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Sudeikis, Kenan Thompson, Bill Hader), Vinny Talks To Julia (Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Bill Hader, Fred Armisen, Will Forte, Maya Rudolph), Weekend Update (Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler featuring Fred Armisen as Judge Larry Seidlin), Deep House Dish: Louis-Dreyfus (Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Kenan Thompson, Andy Samberg, Maya Rudolph, Amy Poehler, Kristen Wiig, Jason Sudeikis), Boom Mic (Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Bill Hader, Jason Sudeikis), Household Robot (Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Sudeikis, Bill Hader, Kristen Wiig, Will Forte, Fred Armisen), Pussycat Dolls Promo (Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Kristen Wiig, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Kenan Thompson, Andy Samberg). (Note: ... Written by Anonymous

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus' second SNL stint is slightly less enjoyable than first
2 August 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

On the cold opening of SNL during St. Patrick's Day of March 17, 2007, we see SNL Special Report: The Road to the White House printed on screen. A figure turns around in his chair. It's Chris Rock! Talking about the Republican side of the upcoming election next year, he says about Rudolph Guiliani: "He's like a pit bull. He can handle a crisis well enough. Otherwise, he'll just try to eat your kids." Then in talking about Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton, he compares the difference in oppression between White Women and Black Men. Like "When White Women went on the bus to protest, who do you think gave up the back seat for them?" Of course, Rock also mentions how loved White Women are: "White Men love them. Black Men REALLY love them." Then he says, "Live from New York, it's Saturday Night!" During the monologue, Ms. Louis-Dreyfus shows her Emmy-win clip (with her kissing husband and fellow former SNLer Brad Hall) and then when she shows the Golden Globes clip, it shows her throwing up in her drink after America Ferrera is announced as the winner. Then another clip is shown of her arriving in a limousine without any panties in a parody of recent exploits of Paris Hilton and Britney Spears. First sketch is Oprah (Maya Rudolph) promoting a book on positive thinking with her guests the author (Amy Poehler) and a divorced woman (Julia) who's trying to get her husband back. She's now on a restraining order but still smiling about it. Then we cut to Keenan Thompson who's in another country saying he swallowed the pages. Oprah responds, "And digest every word!" Next, a filmed commercial parody with Kristen Wiig plugging gold you can wash your face in. Just about everything in her room has something to do with gold. Like the picture of GOLDIE Hawn. Or the orange juice from Florida GOLD. Following that, Jason Sudeikis is Julia's husband who's come home late. After arguing, he admits he has Restless Penis Syndrome. Suddenly, Dr. Thompson comes in and confirms that diagnosis. Then Bill Hader walks in front of them and announces in PSA style, which only Julia is surprised is being filmed, "a cure will take years". "Decades", says Sudeikis. "Decades to find." After real commercial break, Julia as herself goes on an Italian talk show with Hader as host. Unfortunately, Ms. Louis-Dreyfus can't speak Italian as Hader argues in native tongue with his producer (Fred Armisen), who's eating spaghetti, about language problems. Fortunately, he does a mean Kramer. His daughter (Rudolph) comes on hoping to get on Julia's "New Christine" show. She's awful. Sketch ends with a giant ostrich costumed man with beak poking at Julia's head. Snow Patrol performs their first set after this. On Weekend Update, Poehler mentions Simon Cowell's 60 minutes interview and an account of his concerning a couple making love in front of him with him judging the results afterward. "Fortunately, Randy and Paula changed their minds at the last minute." Seth Meyers mentions a study that eating salmon can give you a good disposition. "Refuting that study, grizzly bears." Armisen appears as Judge Larry Seidlin, the one who presided on the Anna Nicole Smith case, supposedly commenting on the Attorney General's firings but talks instead of being humiliated by escaped monkeys while walking a cart in a zoo job. Amy, in celebration of St. Paddy's Day, drinks two pints and comes on to Seth before Seth gives her some coffee. With that over, it's on to Deep House Dish, that music show on MTV 4 with Keenan and Andy Samberg presenting Legguns (Poehler, Wiig, Rudolph), Dee Dee Wells (Louis-Dreyfus), and DJ Quality (Sudeikis). "Meat, yeah!" Wells exclaims when she answers why she puts chili in her hot tub. Then Julia as herself again films a CBS Cares PSA with the director (Hader) having trouble with boom man Sudeikis. After two takes with mike seen above Julia's head, Hader suggests below her body out of camera view. On final take, with Ms. Louis-Dreyfus exasperated at this point, she gets her take as the mike see-saws up and down out of frame. Next sketch has one married couple (Julia and Jason) showing another married couple (Bill and Kristen) their robot butler (Will Forte) serving food and then dropping it. After he starts to make love with another robot (Armisen), Bill and Kristen leave. After both robots malfunction, another one (Keenan) comes and offers a threesome. Following Snow Patrol's second set, Julia judges with Andy and Keenan, The Search for the Next Pussycat Doll with finalists Amy, Kristen, and Maya. "We're searching for the best singer and dancer...(turns to someone off camera)Oh, we're not?" Credits start to roll after Julia thanks everybody...This was Julia Louis-Dreyfus' second stint hosting her former stomping grounds. Not as funny as the first time, she at least is playing different characters than the mostly neurotic ones on the previous show. Her best performance was her Dee Dee Wells on DHD especially the meat comment while her best sketch was the CBS Cares one. The worst skit was the gold one which was a wasted effort the whole time. The best sketch overall was the Chris Rock cold opening which makes hilarious fun of White Women unable to elect a women president ("What are you bitches waiting for?") and Blacks wanting to elect one of their own every year ("Obama would be president, Oprah would be president, O.J. would be president...") and, in answer to if America would be ready for a black president, "Why not, we've already elected a retarded one!" This was a pretty good, if not great like the last JLD one, show.


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