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Belgium Waffler / Sea-Man / Kid Crab
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(TV Series short)
6 Interviews |
2 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
Ardy | The Dudes | The Lonely Island | Andrew Samberg
5' 9½" (1.77 m)
Did You Know?
I didn't realize how much people liked to bash SNL [Saturday Night Live
(1975)] until I was on. I've always just liked it, and I've always watched it and been into it. But I try to make comedy, so I think I'm more sensitive to that. If I watch an episode of SNL, and there's one thing that I liked, then that's a good episode. It's been on 31 years; it's an institution. It's not always going to ...
In his first season on Saturday Night Live
(1975), Samberg appeared on more non-live SNL segments than actual live sketches.
Comedic hip hop songs that start on mundane subject matter, then grow increasingly bizarre and profane until ending on a point of near surrealism.