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In the brothel skit, the music changes from 40's swing to "The Lady In Red" before anyone changes the record player. Rachel covers with "Oh, it changed by itself."
During the annual "Seasons Greetings from Saturday Night Live" sketch, while Kermit is talking to Horatio Sanz, people can be heard in the background cheering at the entrance of the Muppets, well in advance of their on-screen appearance. Also, at the song's end, a weird banging noise is heard followed by Animal saying "Christmas, Christmas!"
After Robert DeNiro sung "From now on our troubles will be out of sight," his first line from Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, Kermit looked at him and said "that's close", as if he got the line wrong. Actually, it was Kermit who got the first line wrong, singing "Make the yuletide gay" instead of "Let your heart be light."
The real-life Beyoncé Knowles (the musical guest with Destiny's Child) opted to not appear on the Prince sketch so she could analyze Maya Rudolph's impression of her.
In the "Big Roach Problem" sketch, when one of the roaches sneaks into the bathroom, the whole wall shakes due to SNL's famously poor set construction.
During the opening credits, Don Pardo announces the musical guest as "Scissor Sister" rather than "Scissor Sisters".
Colin Farrell slips-up his monologue and says that even though its live TV, he is going to say the line again.
In the "Debbie Downer" sketch, Rachel Dratch almost breaks character when the turkey "walks" away from the table.
On "The Falconer", Luke Wilson has a hard time trying to get his dog to come back to him, resulting in ad-libbing to stall for time, a brief shot of a stagehand leading the dog back on the set, and Luke heavily reading from his cue cards.
Despite the fact that Kenan's cop in the "Drug Sniffing Dog" sketch is referred to as Officer Quinn, his nametag reads "White."
Despite Liam Neeson's promise that he wouldn't do any Irish stereotypes in this episode, he appears in the "You Call This A House, Do Ya?" sketch as (what else?) a drunken Irishman.
Buildin' Finn McQuinn (Seth Meyers) refers to the show as "So, You Call This A House, Do Ya?" at the end of the "You Call This A House, Do Ya?" sketch.
In "Appalachian Emergency Room", Tyler (Chris Parnell) tells the receptionist that he has a plastic bowling pin and his car keys stuck up his butt. When he appears again near the end of the sketch, Tyler says "Well, I got my car keys, but they didn't get out my lucky rabbit's foot."
In the "You Call This A House, Do Ya?" sketch, after Liam Neeson's character leaves for the pub and the workers come in, you can see that Neeson is still there.
During the Dyson ad spoof, they showed two different types of the Dyson toilet. One of them had a black toilet (the picture with the revolving dyson toilet with a black backround) and then one with a clear toilet (When Fred Armisen showed you it`s "powerful suction").
In the "Basketball Recruits" sketch, the camera cuts from Rob Riggle's character to Letron (Finesse Mitchell) and his family (Latifah and Kenan Thompson) before Riggle's character is finished with his rant. This goof was fixed in the NBC rerun of this episode by replacing the live show part with a dress rehearsal that still cuts from Rob Riggle to the family as he's talking, but the accidental zoom-in that made that part look awkaward is not shown.
Alec Baldwin says he's hosted nine times when really he's hosted 11 times.
In the opening credits, when Will Forte was being introduced, Don Pardo misspoke and said "Will Ferrell", although it sounds like he realized his mistake and it came out as "Will Ferr-".
At one point in "The Escalator" sketch, Ben's character says "the elevator's stuck" rather than "the escalator's stuck".
RESPONSE TO GOOF : Actually, Alec Baldwin has hosted 10 times by himself, once with ex-wife Kim Basinger.
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