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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.
The song Jimmy Fallon sang about Flag Day for Weekend Update is to the tune of "Rave On" by Buddy Holly.
In the Weekend Update parody, Arbor Day is in the spring. So Jimmy should've thanked Jane Curtin and Bill Murray in 1980, not Charles Rocket.
In the "Harry Potter" sketch, you can see Linsday Lohan staring directly at the cue-cards.
Chris Parnell mentioned that Lindsay turns 18 in 63 days and 25 minutes. When he said that, it was actually 61 days and 25 minutes.
In the "Billy Joel" sketch, the mailbox gets stuck on the hood of the car, and Horatio Sanz had to break character to remove it.
During the Winery skit, "Soaking Corks", it looks like Janet is the ONLY one nervous about flubbing her lines, and keeps breaking up because of it. Rachel Dratch is the only other actor to mess up/flub her lines, and it has nothing to do with "cork soaking".
In the cold opening, Condeleezza Rice accidentally addresses Dick Cheney as "Mr. President", instead of "Mr. Vice President".
Since Janet Jackson was the host and musical guest, Tracy Morgan and Jimmy Fallon announced her two musical performances.
In the "Fear Factor Jr." fake promo, when Joe Rogan (Fred Armisen) challenges a child to eat maggots from the Eggs Benedict before his parents divorce, the dad shown in bed is future cast member Rob Riggle.
Donald Trump fails to thank his assistants, guest stars Carolyn Kepcher and George Ross, during the goodnights. In his defense, he did have to name five musical guests.
Following the Regis and Kelly sketch, you can see Donald Trump waiting for his cue to begin the next sketch ("Backstage").
Although stated by Mr. Trump numerous times during the episode (particularly during his monologue) that The Apprentice was the #1 rated show, The Apprentice was the #7 rated show of the 2003-2004 primetime seasons at the time this episode aired. CSI and American Idol held the top spots.
In the Top O' the Mornin' sketch, Ben Affleck and Jimmy Fallon walk over to Will Forte in the "Bobbing for Whiskey" pot. When Will Forte says "We need more Whiskey," Ben Affleck can't stop laughing and wastes at least 2 whole minutes laughing.
During the opening credits, Don Pardo misprounces one cast member's name as "Amy Foler". In other words, The P sound came out as an F sound.
During Donnie and Smitty's second kiss in the cold opening, Seth Meyers hand is visible between his and Ben Affleck's lips.
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Satire, frat guy humor, ensemble cast, feel good comedy, improvisational