Saturday Night Live

Season 26 Episode 14

Sean Hayes/Shaggy

Aired Saturday 11:30 PM Feb 17, 2001 on NBC
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Sean Hayes/Shaggy
Live from New York, it's... Will Ferrell! Sketches include "George W. Bush," "Delicious Dish," "Hardball," "Jeffrey's," "Hello Dolly," "Fashion Week," "Action News," "Mary Katherine Gallagher," "Brian Fellow's Safari Planet," and "Talkin' 'Bout 'Ginas." Shaggy performed "It Wasn't Me" and "Angel."

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    • TRIVIA (0)

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    • NOTES (7)

      • Sketches cut after dress rehearsal: "Wade Blasingame"; "The Crocodile Hunter"; "Valentine Soundtrack"; a sketch where space men 'research' a guy (Sean Hayes); a contest where the best Barry Manilow impersonator is crowned; and a commercial about chiropractors with Sean Hayes and Chris Parnell.

      • Sean Hayes was the first cast member from Will and Grace to host SNL.

      • Reruns of this episode have a dress rehearsal version of the "Snotty Department Store Guys" sketch where Jimmy Fallon and Sean Hayes crack up when Will Ferrell enters the store on a moped.

      • This is not the first time that a record-breaking female player was not given a proper farewell. Molly Shannon's 122 SNL shows, the most of any female player, broke Victoria Jackson's record by ten. Jackson had not been acknowledged on-air for her finale.

      • Sean Hayes forgets to acknowledge the fact that it's Molly Shannon's last episode during the goodnights. The cast screams Molly's name but he doesn't seem to notice.

      • This is Chris Kattan's first "Hardball" appearance as Paul Begala.

      • This is the final appearance of Molly Shannon.

    • ALLUSIONS (3)

      • Jimmy Fallon: 60, 60 fired workers! Ah-ah-ah-ah!
        Jimmy's story about the fired Sesame Street workers knocks the character The Count, who counts a number of objects, followed by him saying "Ah-ah-ah-ah" and lightning striking. Jimmy also makes fun of the end of the show when Elmo names two letters the show was brought to the viewers by. In Jimmy's case, "F" and "U".

      • Chris Matthews (to Paul Begala): "It's not 'Equal Time,' it's 'Hardball'!"
        "Equal Time" was a news show on MSNBC hosted by Begala.

      • Sean, with help from the Saturday Night Live Band, plays "A Fifth of Beethoven" by Walter Murphy during the monologue.