Saturday Night Live

Cameron Diaz/Jimmy Eat World

Season 27, Ep 16, Aired 4/6/02
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  • Episode Description
  • Live from New York (in song), it's... Will Ferrell & Ana Gasteyer! Sketches include "The Culps in Lamaze Class," "17th Annual Auto Show Spokeman Awards," "MTV Spring Break 2002," "SNL 530," "Astronaut Jones," "Celine Dion on CBS," "Gorgeous Living," "The First Female Peepers," "MTV 4", and "My Big, Thick Novel." Jimmy Eat World performed "The Middle" and "Sweetness."

  • Cast & Crew
  • Maya Rudolph

    Herself

  • Ana Gasteyer

    Herself

  • Darrell Hammond

    Himself

  • Jimmy Fallon

    Himself

  • Seth Meyers

    Himself

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Notes (3)

    • Cameron Diaz flubs many of her lines throughout the show.

    • Amy Poehler appeared in almost every sketch (including Weekend Update).

    • Last appearance of The Culps.

    Trivia (2)

    • One segment in this episode is called "SNL 530," which was supposed to signify that this was the 530th episode, which it is not; it was the 521st.

    • Geraldo Rivera says opening act Shakira will be performing April 9 at the Mecca Dome in Riyadh, but the screenshot says Shakira will perform April 18 at the Beirut Convention Center.

    Allusions (4)

    • The entire "Auto Show" sketch spoofed that year's Academy Awards. Everything from Halle Berry's sobbing to Randy Newman's interrupted speech was referenced.

    • Tina Fey: Shame on you, Kathie Lee! The joke about Kathie Lee's autobiography being written by Honduran kids is a reference to when Kathie Lee was accused of running Honduran sweatshops to produce her clothing line in 1996.

    • The Culps perform "Hey Baby" by No Doubt, "Push It" by Salt N Pepa, "Clint Eastwood" by Gorillaz, "Sweet Child Of Mine" by Guns N Roses, and "Black Dog" by Led Zeppelin.

    • The scene after the "Spring Break" sketch that shows a man dancing while holding a violin and cutting to a scene where Donald Sutherland and Glenn Close emcee parodies the 2002 Academy Awards.

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