Saturday Night Live

Season 27 Episode 3

Drew Barrymore/Macy Gray

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Aired Saturday 11:30 PM Oct 13, 2001 on NBC
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Drew Barrymore/Macy Gray
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Live from New York, it's... Darrell Hammond! Sketches include "A Message from Dick Cheney," "Crossing Over with John Edwards," "Jacuzzi Lovers," "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory: Collector's Edition DVD", "First Liberty Savings Bank," "Action Talk Show", "Post-9/11-Edited King Kong Movie," and "Whole Latte Love." Macy Gray performs "Sexual Revolution" and "Sweet Baby."moreless

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    Macy Gray

    Macy Gray

    Herself

    Guest Star

    Colin Quinn

    Colin Quinn

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Tom Green

    Tom Green

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Drew Barrymore

    Drew Barrymore

    Herself

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • The syndicated version has the "A Cartoon By Robert Smigel" credit, even though the TV Funhouse cartoon where Emeril's new show gets retooled for better ratings is cut from the syndicated version of this episode.

      • In the "Jacuzzi Lovers" sketch, Rachel Dratch, Jimmy Fallon, and Drew Barrymore break character because Will Ferrell is playing footsies with them.

    • QUOTES (4)

    • NOTES (6)

      • Sketches not shown in 60 minute version: "King Kong on WUUB," "Action Talk Show," the "Emeril" cartoon, Robert Goulet's appearance on Weekend Update, "My Big Thick Novel" and Macy Gray's performance of ''Sweet Baby."

      • This is the first Drew Barrymore episode that has rerun on NBC and in syndication, along with the Drew Barrymore/Kelis episode from season 29 (the Drew Barrymore episode from the Dick Ebersol era is not included in the syndication package and the Drew Barrymore episode from season 24 [with Garbage as a musical guest] was shown on E!, but not on NBC or Comedy Central).

      • Beginning with this episode, Amy Poehler replaces Chris Parnell as the Weekend Update intro announcer.

      • Seann William Scott was originally supposed to host this episode, but he got bumped up an episode when Ben Stiller cancelled.

      • This is the first appearance of Chris Kattan's character Gay Hitler.

      • Several days before this broadcast first aired, 30 Rockefeller Center had to be evacuated for nearly 24 hours when traces of anthrax were found in the first floor mail room. As a result, the cast lost precious rehearsal time and the broadcast became one of the most gaffe-heavy in the show's history.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • In the Willy Wonka sketch, the previously unreleased version of the "Oompa Loompa" song performed by Nelly Furtado is an obvious parody of her 2001 hit "Turn Off the Light."

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