Saturday Night Live

Season 30 Episode 20

Lindsay Lohan/Coldplay

Aired Saturday 11:30 PM May 21, 2005 on NBC



  • Trivia

    • For the "TV Funhouse" animated sketch, cast member Kenan Thompson is incorrectly credited as "Keenan Thompson" for his voice credit.

    • At one point in the Little Italy sketch, a boom mic can be seen reflected in the window.

  • Quotes

    • Amy Poehler: A large number of Star Wars fans in New York posted messages on Craig's List looking for dates to the movie's opening night. Said one dateless Star Wars fan, "Pick you up at 8, my mother will."

    • Tina Fey: To show his energy bill is about more than drilling for oil in Alaska, this week President Bush visited a plant in Virginia that turns soybeans into a clean-burning diesel fuel -- which the President hopes will one day be used to power oil drilling machines in Alaska.

    • Lindsay Lohan: (to future self) If you're from the future, then why am I so short?
      Future Lindsay Lohan: Our bones turned to dust from drinking too much Red Bull.
      Lindsay Lohan: That's ridiculous! Everybody drinks Red Bull.
      Future Lindsay Lohan: Not in the future; we use it to power cars.

    • Janice Dickerson: Look, sex is an intriguing part of being a model. Look at me- I had sex with Meat Loaf just to get a ride here.

    • Condelezza Rice: Chris, freedom of speech is one of the things the president loves about this country. Don't make us take it away.

    • Amber: Yeah, I farted!

  • Notes

    • According to an interview in the February 2006 issue of Vanity Fair, shortly after dress rehearsal Tina Fey and Lorne Michaels confronted Lindsay Lohan about her bulimia and alleged drug problem. Lohan broke down in tears, but managed to keep her emotions in check for the live broadcast.

    • Amongst the sketches not shown in the 60 minute version: "The Prince Show", "Little Italy", "Babysitter", "Bear City" (short film), and the repeat of "Woomba."

    • This is Rob Riggle's last episode as a cast member. This is also Tina Fey's last episode before going on maternity leave.

    • During the goodnights, Horatio Sanz holds up a sign reading "Good Luck PP," referring to Paula Pell. This was Paula Pell's last episode as a writer, and she stands with the cast during the closing credits.

    • Last show to be broadcast in analog format. HDTV begins the next season.

  • Allusions