Saturday Night Live

Season 28 Episode 20

Ashton Kutcher/50 Cent

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Aired Saturday 11:30 PM May 03, 2003 on NBC
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Live from New York, it's...Chris Parnell! Sketches include: "USS Abraham Lincoln," "Count Chocula Silver," "Jarret's Room," "Madonna: An American Life", "Plagiarism Class", "The Falconer vs. The Muskrateer," "No 'Punking' Backstage," "Politics Today," "50's Ent.," and "Global Century Investments." 50 Cent performed "In Da Club" (with G-Unit) and "21 Questions" (with G-Unit and Nate Dogg).moreless

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Ashton Kutcher: Sorry your sketch "Dude, Where's My Weed?" got cut.
        Tracy Morgan: I'll save it 'til next week. It's perfect for Adrien Brody.

    • NOTES (5)

      • Ashton Kutcher is the first cast member from the hit show That '70s Show to host SNL.

      • During the backstage segment after "The Falconer" sketch, Tracy Morgan said he was going to do the "Dude, Where's My Weed" sketch with Ashton even though it got cut after dress rehearsal. The sketch was in fact originally in the dress rehearsal for Brody/Paul/Wonder the week afterward (perhaps to keep up a running gag), and as far as we know it never made it to a live broadcast.

      • Sketches/segments not shown in the 60 minute version: "Count Chocula Silver," "Plagerism," "Politics Today," "50's Ent.," "Global Century Investments" (repeated from Ray Liotta/The Donnas) and 50 Cent's performance of "21 Questions." The 60-minute version adds "Mom Jeans" from the Adrien Brody/Sean Paul and Wayne Wonder broadcast.

      • This is Chris Parnell's last appearance as George W. Bush. Darrell Hammond briefly takes over the role for two episodes next season, and then the role settles with Will Forte. Chris Parnell would later say that the role was "taken away from him" and that he had been looking forward to continuing with the role. It has been rumored that Darrell Hammond pulled a power-play, demanding that the producers let him play Bush since Parnell dominated the political sketches and cold openings this season.

      • Yaorg, the foriegn exchange student played by Ashton Kutcher in the "Jarret's Room" sketch from this broadcast, was first mentioned on the Lucy Liu/Jay-Z episode.

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