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    JustinRAn

    [1]May 16, 2010
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    Appearances by Cast Members for All Episodes & WUT's


    Season 35 / Season 34



    Bill Hader- 134 / 98


    Kristen Wiig- 119 / 124


    Fred Armisen- 107 / 97


    Jason Sudeikis- 105 / 99


    Bobby Moynihan- 92 / 72


    Will Forte- 88 / 97


    Kenan Thompson- 86 / 90


    Nasim Pedrad- 80


    Andy Samberg- 79 / 82


    Abby Elliott- 67 / 40


    Jenny Slate- 63


    Seth Meyers- 29 / 26




    Average Sketches Per Show (22 Episodes)


    Bill H.- 6.1


    Kristen W.- 5.4


    Fred A.- 4.8


    Jason S.- 4.7


    Bobby M.- 4.1


    Will F.- 4


    Kenan T.- 3.9


    Nasim P.- 3.6


    Andy S.- 3.5


    Abby E.- 3.0


    Jenny S.- 2.8


    Seth M.- 1.3




    Live From New York...


    Fred Armisen- 13


    Jason Sudeikis- 3


    Kristen Wiig- 3




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    HelloStuart

    [2]May 16, 2010
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    Bill was in more sketches than Kristen? Well, that negates one conspiracy...

    Let's not forget all the records that were set this season:

    + Longest period of time between first and second hosting stints: Charles Barkley (16 years, 4 months), followed by Sigourney Weaver (23 years, 4 months)
    + Youngest male solo musical guest: Justin Bieber (17 years old)
    + Oldest host: Betty White (88 years old)
    + Most hosting stints, lifetime: Alec Baldwin ties Steve Martin (15x)
    + Most hosting stints by a woman: Drew Barrymore (6x)
    + Most female hosts, one season: 10
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    radrobd

    [3]May 19, 2010
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    HelloStuart wrote:
    Bill was in more sketches than Kristen? Well, that negates one conspiracy... Let's not forget all the records that were set this season: + Longest period of time between first and second hosting stints: Charles Barkley (16 years, 4 months), followed by Sigourney Weaver (23 years, 4 months) + Youngest male solo musical guest: Justin Bieber (17 years old) + Oldest host: Betty White (88 years old) + Most hosting stints, lifetime: Alec Baldwin ties Steve Martin (15x) + Most hosting stints by a woman: Drew Barrymore (6x) + Most female hosts, one season: 10


    Technically, Bieber is only 16. He just turned 16 before his SNL appearance.

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    radrobd

    [4]May 19, 2010
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    Speaking of #s, what was the lowest rated show of the season? I think we all know Betty White's was the highest-rated, but don't know if ever mentioned which was the lowest? Was it Gabourey Sidibe?
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    mrquito

    [5]May 20, 2010
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    I think the "JANUARY JONES" episode was not that good......

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    HelloStuart

    [6]May 21, 2010
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    mrquito wrote:

    I think the "JANUARY JONES" episode was not that good......


    I think he's referring to Nielsen ratings.
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    algetrig91

    [7]May 21, 2010
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    HelloStuart wrote:
    mrquito wrote:

    I think the "JANUARY JONES" episode was not that good......


    I think he's referring to Nielsen ratings.


    It was probably low, though.
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    BaronOne

    [8]May 21, 2010
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    JustinRAn wrote:


    Appearances by Cast Members for All Episodes & WUT's


    Season 35 / Season 34



    Bill Hader- 134 / 98


    Kristen Wiig- 119 / 124


    Fred Armisen- 107 / 97


    Jason Sudeikis- 105 / 99


    Bobby Moynihan- 92 / 72


    Will Forte- 88 / 97


    Kenan Thompson- 86 / 90


    Nasim Pedrad- 80


    Andy Samberg- 79 / 82


    Abby Elliott- 67 / 40


    Jenny Slate- 63


    Seth Meyers- 29 / 26




    Average Sketches Per Show (22 Episodes)


    Bill H.- 6.1


    Kristen W.- 5.4


    Fred A.- 4.8


    Jason S.- 4.7


    Bobby M.- 4.1


    Will F.- 4


    Kenan T.- 3.9


    Nasim P.- 3.6


    Andy S.- 3.5


    Abby E.- 3.0


    Jenny S.- 2.8


    Seth M.- 1.3




    Live From New York...


    Fred Armisen- 13


    Jason Sudeikis- 3


    Kristen Wiig- 3




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    You may want to re-check those Live from New York numbers...


    I have it as


    Fred - 13


    Will - 1


    Bill - 2


    Jason - 3


    Kenan - 1


    Kristen - 4


    Bobby - 2


    Nasim - 1



    They won't add up to 22 because remember, we had a few instances of people doubling or tripling up. Plus, The Rock got to say LFNY once as did Betty White and co.


    Source: http://snl.jt.org

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    radrobd

    [9]May 23, 2010
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    algetrig91 wrote:
    HelloStuart wrote:
    mrquito wrote:

    I think the "JANUARY JONES" episode was not that good......


    I think he's referring to Nielsen ratings.


    It was probably low, though.


    Yeah, I was. I don't know about January Jones ep. I think people may have tuned in to see her. I think quality doesn't necessarily equal ratings. People tune in to see a certain host, but I guess it's possibly they could tune out if the ep is bad.
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    HelloStuart

    [10]May 24, 2010
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    radrobd wrote:
    algetrig91 wrote:
    HelloStuart wrote:
    mrquito wrote:

    I think the "JANUARY JONES" episode was not that good......


    I think he's referring to Nielsen ratings.


    It was probably low, though.


    Yeah, I was. I don't know about January Jones ep. I think people may have tuned in to see her. I think quality doesn't necessarily equal ratings. People tune in to see a certain host, but I guess it's possibly they could tune out if the ep is bad.

    Comedy is inherently subjective, so it's hard to interpret Quito's original comment.
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