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Neil Patrick Harris/Taylor Swift 

Check out selected sketches from an all-new SNL this week featuring host Neil Patrick Harris.
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Sketches include: The Rachel Maddow Show, Neil Patrick Harris Monologue, Today, Save Broadway (with Taylor Swift cameo), Penelope (with Liza Minnelli cameo), An SNL Digital Short: Doogie Howser M.D. Theme, Weekend Update with Seth Meyers, Weekend Update: Charles Barkley, Weekend Update: Will Forte on the BCS, Two First Names, Fran and Freba, Frost/Other People, Whopper Virgins. Taylor Swift performs "Love Story" and "Forever and Always". Written by R Berquist

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Comedy | Music

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10 January 2009 (USA)  »

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Liza Minnelli: [to Penelope] Look, Tomato and I wanna hit the town. Girls night out, Sex and the City style.
[breaks into 'New York, New York']
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2 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I think NPH is great on How I Met Your Mother, I was hoping that this would be a real funny episode of SNL, but it just wasn't. There were no bad skits, just nothing overly funny or memorable. I smiled a lot but never really laughed out loud. Some of the humor seemed a little forced almost like the writers were reaching. The Digital Short of Doogie Howser was cute. Weekend Update was just average. The Broadway, Air Traffic Contollers,Therpay and Two First Name skits were probably the best. But they are skits that you will remember long after the show. So not an unfunny or horrible episode, just one that you won't remember that much after seeing it.


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