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In John Goodman's monologue, he says it is his thirteenth time hosting the show, but it is actually his twelfth.
The syndicated version has the "A Cartoon By Robert Smigel" credit, even though the TV Funhouse cartoon where Emeril's new show gets retooled for better ratings is cut from the syndicated version of this episode.
In the "Jacuzzi Lovers" sketch, Rachel Dratch, Jimmy Fallon, and Drew Barrymore break character because Will Ferrell is playing footsies with them.
The "silent movie from 1919" has a line that claims Warren Harding as president. However, Harding was not elected until 1921, and Woodrow Wilson was president in 1919.
Alicia Keys's voice cracks during the first verse of "A Woman's Worth".
The captions on the E! rerun say that the band plays "In-a-Gadda-Da-Vida" but they play "Sunshine of Your Love" instead.
Don Pardo announces Ana Gasteyer's name when Tina Fey's screeshot is on screen.
The sign on Mango's dressing room (about the club not assuming any responsibility for lost items) has the word "assume" misspelled with one "s" instead of two. With the exception of the first time Garth Brooks hosted, all the Mango sketches have this typo.
In the Mango sketch, there are parts after Mango leaves "her" dressing room that the set is cheap and the door doesn't close all the way.
Christopher Walken says that this is the 505th show, though counting the Mardi Gras special this is the 506th.
In the Gemini's Twin music video spoof, after Pierce Brosnan's character says, "I'm alive!" Ana Gasteyer's neck band is visibly falling off and is then fixed right after.
During the "Delicious Dish" sketch, Ana Gasteyer accidentally says "piener" after misreading "plump weiner" from a cue card. Rachel Dratch cracks up, Baldwin almost breaks character, but doesn't, and Gasteyer ad-libs, "A little verbal diarrhea".
Actually this is the 500th episode to make it to the air. Two episodes, one in 1981 with Franken and Davis and the Grateful Dead and another in 1985 with John Candy, Eugene Levy, and Hall and Oates were written but not performed.
In the "Der Lachlen Beherrscht" (the German kids show) sketch, the coffin door falls apart when Herr Gracken (Will Ferrell) and Olaus (Chris Parnell) open it.
Also on the live show version of the "Napster Testimony" sketch, after Conan comes out in the beekeeper suit, he attempts to unzip the head of the suit. It does not come off. It's quite funny but was replaced with a tape where it does, because the sketch doesn't really flow afterwards.
There are several errors in the "Napster Testimony" sketch. Conan O'Brien is playing Right Said Fred, but Right Said Fred is a group, not one person. Also, Horatio Sanz plays Rico Suave, but "Rico Suave" is the name of the song, not the artist (the artist's name is Gerardo).
On the live show version of the Napster Testimony sketch, Jimmy Fallon accidentally identifies himself as Nigel Tennant from the Pet Shop Boys instead of Neil Tennant. The dress rehearsal version of this sketch doesn't have this mistake and is the one shown in syndication (The dress rehearsal version also has more lines from Rico Suave [Horatio Sanz], an alternate version of Jimmy Fallon's appearance as Neil Tennant, and removes an accidental cut to a wide shot near the end when Right Said Fred [Conan O'Brien] comes back as the beekeeper from The Village People).
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.
During J-Lo's monologue, it appears that wardrobe didn't take much care in hiding the fact that she was wearing the green dress underneath the bathrobe, you can see it when she raises her arms.
At the end of Weekend Update, Jimmy says "I'm Jim Fallon" and Tina says "and I'm Tin Fey".
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Satire, frat guy humor, ensemble cast, feel good comedy, improvisational