Saturday Night Live

Season 29 Episode 5

Andy Roddick/Dave Matthews

Aired Saturday 11:30 PM Nov 08, 2003 on NBC



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Tina Fey: Researchers have reported that cats and ferrets can carry the SARS virus. As a result, tonight's orgy at Richard Gere's house has been cancelled.

    • Tim Calhoun: There are times when I'm not gay at all. But then, there are other times, I'm so gay, it more than makes up for it.

    • Tina Fey: Barbara Walters announced the finalists to replace Lisa Ling as co-host of "The View." They are Rachel Campos from "The Real World", Elizabeth Hasselbeck from "Survivor 2," and a machine that gives people splitting headaches.

    • Tina Fey: According to a new study, 73% of women say they're ashamed of their own vaginas, and from what I've seen, they should be. The study also showed that 24% of women have not even looked at their vaginas in a year or more. Although that's only because Colin Farrell's head is always in the way.

    • Tina Fey: CBS cancelled its mini-series on the life of Ronald Reagan after the Republican National Committee protested what it called "historical inaccuracies." The RNC also objected to the network's unflattering portrayal of George W. Bush - until they realized it was just a live press conference.

  • Notes

    • Sketches not included on the E! syndicated version include: "Anderson Mellner Communications Celebration," "Merv The Perv," "Jock Talk," "Action News 13," and Dave Matthews performance of "So Damn Lucky."

    • During the end of the "Mary Poppins" sketch, when Chris Parnell and Jon McEnroe are commenting on Andy Roddick's poor performance, McEnroe mentions two infamous moments in SNL's history: Martin Lawrence's profanity-laden monologue (from his 2/19/94 episode) and Adrien Brody's rant in a Jamaican accent when introducing Sean Paul (from his 5/10/03 hosting stint).

    • The cold opening in the dress rehearsal dealt with The Reagans mini-series that was banned from CBS. Darrell Hammond played Ronald Reagan and Maya Rudolph played Nancy Reagan.

    • Andy Roddick is only the second tennis player to host SNL, joining Chris Evert back in Season 15.

  • Allusions

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