Saturday Night Live

Will Ferrell/Green Day

Season 34, Ep 22, Aired 5/16/09
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  • Episode Description
  • Live from New York, it's...Darrell Hammond! Sketches include "Cheney in Makeup," "Wade Blasingame," "The Lawrence Welk Show,", "Celebrity Jeopardy!," "Inside The NBA," "Joseph Baerwell's Wake," and "Goodnight Saigon." Green Day performed "Know Your Enemy" and "21 Guns."

  • Cast & Crew
  • Don Roy King

  • Darrell Hammond

    Himself

  • Seth Meyers

    Himself

  • Bobby Moynihan

    Himself

  • Don Pardo

    Announcer

  • Fan Reviews (7)
  • A Night of Even More Stars

    By HelloStuart, May 18, 2009

  • Mediocre ep featuring Will Ferrell at his laziest but at least Green Day saved the day.

    By radrobd, May 18, 2009

  • How much better can this get?

    By Water78, Jul 11, 2009

  • I laughed until I cried!

    By MrCleveland, Jun 03, 2009

  • A good show to end the season. There were a few clunkers to be sure, but Will can shine even in the worst of sketches.

    By FarleyRules, May 17, 2009

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (5)

    • Seth Meyers: It was revealed this week that Harrison Ford is engaged to his long-time girlfriend Calista Flockhart. Unfortunately, the news came to light in the final paragraph of Chewbacca's suicide note.

    • Seth Meyers: Tony Danza has begun work on a new A&E series in which he will spend a year teaching 10th grade English at a New York City school. The network is already preparing a spin-off series in which a group of students repeat 10th grade English.

    • Amy Poehler: Pfizer unveiled a new program Thursday that provides people who have lost their jobs and health insurance with free Lipatorine Viagra. So good news, ladies. You know that fat guy you've been dating who uses Viagra? He doesn't have a job!

    • Amy Poehler: The World Health Organization said Thursday that the swine flu virus did not result from a laboratory accident. So you're back on the hook, Fernando, the farmer who married a pig. (shows image of Fernando holding a pig)

    • Amy Poehler: In a reversal of his position, President Obama this week said he now opposes the release of photographs showing terrorist suspects being abused in Afghanistan and Iraq. Meaning we'll just have to wait for Dick Cheney's Christmas card.

    Notes (4)

    • Sketches not shown in the 60 minute version: the "Really?!? with Seth and Amy" segment on Weekend Update, "Inside the NBA," "Funeral Remembrances," "Goodnight Saigon," "Wade Blasingame" (rerun 12/9/00), and Green Day's performance of "21 Guns."

    • International airdates: -Latin America: August 15, 2009 on Sony Entertainment Television (a.k.a. Canal Sony)

    • Sketches cut after dress rehearsal: a "Charlie Rose" cold open, where Rose (Darrell Hammond) interviews various people; a substitute teacher (Will Ferrell) demands students undress; "Secret Weapon," a Digital Short in which a psycho (Will Ferrell) invents a dog-shaped puppet to attack others; a club owner (Kenan Thompson) advises a free-for-all on the stage at his nightclub; Jar Glove (rerun from Michael Phelps/Lil Wayne); Gas-Rite (rerun from John Malkovich/TI); a man (Will Ferrell) hides a woman's (Abby Elliott) favorite mug; a couple (Will Ferrell, Kristin Wiig) are fascinated by the bidet in their hotel bathroom; on Weekend Update, Arianna Huffington (Michaela Watkins) and Boy George (Fred Armisen) stop by to give separate commentaries.

    • Michaela Watkins and Casey Wilson's last episode. Also Darrell Hammond's last episode was a full-time cast member.

    Trivia (2)

    • During the "Celebrity Jeopardy" sketch, while there is a long camera shot to all five characters in the sketch, Norm MacDonald's podium has the name "Turd Ferguson," an allusion to Burt Reynolds' previous appearance on the segment in 1999.

    • At the end of the "Celebrity Jeopardy" sketch, Tom Hanks can be heard saying "sibilance" into his pen/microphone. This is a reference to a "Wayne's World" sketch from 1990 in which Tom Hanks played a roadie for the band Aerosmith, and would use the word sibilance to test the volume of the band's microphones.

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