Zac Efron/The Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Quotes (4)

  • Angie Tempora: Zac Efron? More like, "Zac, what the Eff is wrong?"

  • Seth Meyers: A new study finds that almost one in five American 4-year-olds are obese. Thanks in no small part to new Lunchables Extreme.

  • Seth Meyers: Evanger's Dog and Cat food company has released a line of kosher food for pets. In this case kosher means that all of the food has been blessed by a rabbit.

  • Seth Meyers: Police in Germany scrambled helicopters over a forest after getting reports of hysterical sounds that people thought were the cries of someone being murdered, but instead turned out to be someone laughing at a book he was reading. Ah, Germans always confusing laughter and murder.

Notes (3)

  • Sketches not shown in the 60 minute version: the Angie Tempura segment on Weekend Update, "Foot Rub," "Gino's Pizza Rolls," "Underage Drinking," "Alliance of Direct Mail Marketers," "Gilly," and YYY's performance of "Maps."

  • International airdates: Latin America: July 18, 2009 on Sony Entertainment Television (a.k.a. Canal Sony).

  • Sketches cut after dress rehearsal: "Sproingo" (rerun from Paul Rudd/Beyonce); "Jar Glove" (rerun from Michael Phelps/Lil Wayne); a kid's show host (Zac Efron) is disturbed by the actions of his robotic co-host (Bill Hader) during an episode taping; a Digital Short about a man (Andy Samberg) who doesn't own a pair of hip sunglasses; Animal park visitors (Will Forte, Casey Wilson, Bobby Moynihan) expecting to see alligators, instead get a musical; Alliance of Junk Mail #2 - The junkmail spokesman (Jason Sudiekis) answers questions from concerned taxpayers; Jeff Montgomery (Will Forte) continues his pedophilic antics during Easter passing out eggs and tries to lure an unsuspecting homeowner (Zac Efron); BOP magazine reporter (Abby Elliott) interviews Zac Efron for an article; the details of the activities of various apartment dwellers balconies are performed in song; and on Weekend Update, E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons (Kenan Thompson) gives a commentary.