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Saturday Night Live

Season 26 Episode 15

Katie Holmes/Dave Matthews Band

Aired Saturday 11:30 PM Feb 24, 2001 on NBC
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Episode Summary

Katie Holmes/Dave Matthews Band
Live from New York, it's... Darrell Hammond!

Sketches include "The Clinton Family," "Dawson's Creek," "KXLA Special Report," "Backstreet Boys" (cartoon), "Lovers," "Jarret's Room," "Tough as Nails," "Passive-Aggressive Pam," and "Cruise Ship Lovers."

Dave Matthews Band performed "I Did It" and "The Space Between."

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

      • During the monologue, Katie Holmes's dress strap falls off and she clutches it to keep it in place. When Will Ferrell challenges her to a tap-dance contest, you can see a stagehand putting the dress strap back in place while Holmes is tying her tap shoes.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Tina Fey: Jennifer Lopez is now accepting booking for personal appearances at a cost of $750,000 dollars per hour. Or for $375,000, Jennifer will make a half-ass appearance.

    • NOTES (6)

      • Sketches cut after dress rehearsal: "Subshack," a parody of Subway; Duet of a Lifetime - Christina Aguilera (Katie Holmes) and Neil Diamond (Will Ferrell) sing together; "Homocil"; and a sketch where two drug addicts (Will Ferrell, Chris Kattan) cause concern for a stewardess (Katie) during a plane ride.

      • Katie Holmes was the third cast member from Dawson's Creek to host SNL.

      • Sketches not shown in the 60 minute version: "TV Funhouse: Backstreet Boys," "Passive-Aggressive Pam," "Singles Cruise," "KXLA Report," and the Dave Matthews Band performance of "The Space Between."

      • Dave Matthews Band "I Did It" from Everyday

      • Chris Parnell and Horatio Sanz recreate Eminem and Elton John's Grammy performance on "Weekend Update".

      • This is the first episode to feature the recurring Will Ferrell and Rachel Dratch sketch "Lovers".

    • ALLUSIONS (0)