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Saturday Night Live

Season 27 Episode 10

Josh Hartnett/Pink

Aired Saturday 11:30 PM Jan 12, 2002 on NBC
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Josh Hartnett/Pink
Live from New York, it's... Darrell Hammond! Sketches include "Buddy's Memorial Service," "Wake Up, Wakefield!," "Hello Stepson, Now Let's Go To Bed: I Went To Bed With My Stepson: The Lara Bengal Covington Story", "The X-Presidents Meet The Ambiguously Gay Duo" (cartoon), "The Shout-Out Show," "HBO First Look," "Airplane Entertainment," and "Playboy Channel: Arabic Awareness Month." Pink performed "Get This Party Started" and "Don't Let Me Get Me."moreless

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    • QUOTES (1)

      • Tina Fey: Actor Bruce Willis and his band, The Accelerators, are starting a 13 city tour this Friday in Atlanta. Tickets will go on sale anyway.

    • NOTES (7)

      • Sketches/segments not shown on the 60-minute edit: "The Playboy Channel: Arabic Awareness Month," the "X-Presidents/Ambiguously Gay Duo" cartoon, "The Shout Out Show," Pink's performance of "Don't Let Me Get Me", and "Jack Handey's Best List For 2001".

      • "The Playboy Channel: Arabic Awareness Month" sketch was in the dress rehearsal of the Ellen DeGeneres/No Doubt episode.

      • Will Ferrell did not appear in this episode. He was out of town shooting Old School and was unable to appear. Ferrell was cut out of the opening credits, prompting many fans to fear that he had already left the show.

      • In the E! rerun of this episode, the "Big Thick Novel" from the Ellen DeGeneres episode appears.

      • Cameron Diaz and Outkast were originally booked for this episode, but both dropped out for unknown reasons. They both appeared on SNL later in the season.

      • Maya and Rachel's characters in the Playboy Channel sketch sounded exactly the same as their characters in "Wake Up, Wakefield!".

      • With this broadcast, Amy Poehler was promoted from a featured player to repertory cast member.

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