Saturday Night Live

Season 29 Episode 14

Colin Firth/Norah Jones

Aired Saturday 11:30 PM Mar 06, 2004 on NBC

Episode Recap

NIGHTLINE: Ted Koppel interviews people involved in the Martha Stewart trial, as well as Martha Stewart herself. (Ana Gasteyer, Forte, Hammond, Sanz, Thompson, Will Ferrell {voice-archived})

MONOLOGUE: Colin Firth does Shakespeare with female castmembers longing for an Englishman to host. (Firth, Dratch, Meyers, Poehler, Rudolph)

ACCENTS: Englishman's Southern accent for a film is ridiculously inaccurate. (Firth, Dratch, Fallon, Meyers, Mitchell, Parnell, Poehler)

!SHOW BIZ GRANDE EXPLOSION!: Ferecito's new talk show includes interviewing Colin Firth and helping him with his comic delivery. (Firth, Armisen, Sanz)

CARTOONS AND YOUR GOVERNMENT: FCC chairman Michael Powell assures that cartoons will be safer to watch with the blurring-out of unnoticeable genitalia.

TIM CALHOUN ON TRIAL: Crooked but soft-spoken politician Tim Calhoun is on trial for taking a bribe. (Firth, Forte, Parnell)

"SUNRISE": (Jones)

WEEKEND UPDATE: Maya Rudolph reports at a downtown riot where WASP housewives have gone berserk over the Martha Stewart verdict; Peter Jackson comes by the set to get a pity award for his actor Elijah Wood; Bill Clinton talks about the vice-presidential hopefuls and why he would do pretty well as second fiddle to the president. (Dratch, Fallon, Fey, Hammond, Poehler, Rudolph, Sanz, Paula Pell)

HOTEL WILSON: Staff of a hotel bilk a john out of his money. (Firth, Armisen, Meyers, Parnell, Sanz, Thompson)

MEET THE PRESS: Tim Russert believes John Edwards' weak attack ads towards John Kerry are a brown-nosing ploy to become his vice-presidential running mate. (Forte, Hammond, Poehler(voice))

THE SOPRANOS: After a fifteen month hiatus, the cast of The Sopranos have no idea where they left off at in the show. (Firth, Fallon, Forte, Hammond, Meyers, Parnell(voice), Poehler, Sanz, Thompson)

"WHAT AM I TO YOU?": (Jones)

JESUS: HOLLYWOOD VS. HISTORY: Benny Hill's lost film about Jesus Christ showed little change from his screwball comedy. (Firth, Forte, Rudolph(voice))