Saturday Night Live

Sarah Michelle Gellar/Backstreet Boys

Season 24, Ep 19, Aired 5/15/99
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  • Episode Description
  • Live from New York (in song), it's... Will Ferrell and Ana Gasteyer! Sketches include "The Culps' Graduation Party," "The Tiger Beat Ultra-Super Dreamy Love Show," "The Zimmermans' Summer Cabin," "Get On The Bag!," "The Ginsburg Gang" (cartoon), "MTV's Shame Attack," "Channel 5's Sunday Matinee: Dusty's Love," "Nickelodeon Press Conference," "Holding Your Own Boobs Magazine," and "Brian Fellow's Safari Planet." Backstreet Boys performed "I Want It That Way" and "All I Have To Give."moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Tim Meadows

    Himself

  • Ana Gasteyer

    Herself

  • Molly Shannon

    Herself

  • Darrell Hammond

    Himself

  • Cheri Oteri

    Herself

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  • Notes (12)

    • Sketches not shown in the 60 minute version: the Billy Dee Williams segment on Weekend Update, "Culps Graduation Medley," "TV Funhouse: The Ginsburg Gang," "Shame Attack," "Dusty's Love," and "Nickolodeon Press Conference."

    • The infamous dress rehearsal version of the "Zimmermans" sketch where Cheri Oteri's breast is exposed is available in the "Outtakes" section on Chris Kattan's Best-of DVD.

    • The "Dusty's Love" sketch first appeared in the Barrymore/Garbage dress rehearsal with Drew Barrymore as the blind girl and Lorne Michaels as the father. Michaels didn't feel comfortable playing a character rather than making his usual cameo as himself, so it was cut.

    • Horatio Sanz later said that seeing Cheri Oteri's breast during the dress rehearsal of the "Horny Couple" sketch was the highlight of his first season.

    • Things didn't run as smoothly in dress-rehearsal for the "Horny Couple" sketch. Cheri Oteri's shirt came open at one point when she was "mounted" on the wall, and her breast was exposed for about five seconds before either one of them noticed. Of course, the audience loved it, but Lorne Michaels didn't. He got pretty ticked off and yelled at Chris Kattan, barking something like "quit improvising so much" and ordering him to tone it down for the air show.

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