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Towards the end of the "Scared Straight" sketch, Jason Sudeikis' character accidentally sits on --and knocks over--a cup of pen and pencils, causing Jason and the other actors to break character.
The director of the "Kalle" talk show sketch is "Don Roy Kemppainen," which is the real name of SNL director Don Roy King.
A boom mic appears repeatedly in the "On The Record" sketch.
When we first see Kristen Wiig in the "Seducing Women Through Chess" digital short, she sits behind one checker board on a small pedestal. For the purpose of a gag five seconds later, she sits in front of two boards.
During the "Blue Jean Committee" sketch, you can see Paul Rudd sneak behind Fred Armisen to take his place in the crowd.
The list of errors found by the Fact Checkers that scrolled by at the end of the "Fox & Friends" segment were:
The second president of the United States was John Quincy Adams, not Sam Adams Summer Ale.
A movie and a motion picture are the same thing.
Juice is a drinkable substance.
There are seven continents, not one thousand.
The "West Memphis Three" is not a jazz quartet.
America is not currently under a "Level 9 Liberty Alert." There is no such thing as a "Level 9 Liberty Alert."
Presidential dog "Bo" Obama does not collect Social Security checks, nor is he an undocumented Peruvian housekeeper in disguise.
Julie Andrews is an award winning British actress. She has never been on trial for kidnapping.
Windows are typically made of glass.
President Obama did not pardon Carmen San Diego.
Flu shots prevent influenza and have nothing to do with getting into heaven.
Nancy Pelosi did not appear on an episode of River Monsters.
There is not now, nor has there ever been a plan to air-condition the Grand Canyon.
Herman Cain did not invent pizza.
Christopher Columbus sailed to what is now the modern day United States in an efford to find a trade route to the West Indies. Not to flee the dragons.
No Transformers have ever been found on the moon.
Flo from the Progressive Insurance ads is a living human being, not the ghost of a Civil War widow.
Africa is widely regarded to be the origin of the human species. It was not "discovered only a handful of years ago."
The Jewish Holiday just celebrated was Rosh Hashanah not Rush Hot Bananas.
Nicolas Cage did not sign the Declaration of Independence.
There is no known connection between The Oklahoma City Bombing and the Bay City Rollers.
Electric cars are not powered by electric eagles.
Carrying a child in a Baby Bjorn does not cause homosexuality, in the child or the adult.
The Washington Monument was not named after Denzel Washington. Nor was it named after the Washington Redskins.
The Pope does not hold a world record in speed skating.
Abraham Lincoln is not alive and living in Amish, Pennsylvania. There is no such place as Amish, Pennsylvania.
Mount Rushmore does not include the face of Spiderman.
There are indeed several laws that prohibit pointing a gun at a mail carrier.
Pocahontas was not named after a stripper.
Vermont still exists.
There is currently no bill before the house that would mandate the eating of flan on Thanksgiving.
Mary Magdalene was not eaten by a dinosaur.
General Tso did not win the Civil War for the Confederacy.
Rick Perry was not a contestant on The Amazing Race nor was he the winner of the Real World/Road Rules Challenge.
"Time In A Bottle" was never the national anthem.
Whole Foods does not provide free abortions.
Just prior to her monologue, you can see Tina Fey trip down the staircase, then recover very quickly.
During the original live broadcast, the "Les Jeunes de Paris" opening card is transposed over the audio for the first five seconds of the "Beastly" movie trailer parody.
Midway through "This, You Call a Wonderful Life?!," the director cuts to the wrong camera for roughly two seconds, resulting a brief shot of the actors' feet.
During the "Mullin's" sketch, the superimposed sign in the exterior shots can still be seen after a taxi drives past the bar.
Bryan Cranston is the first cast member from "Malcolm in the Middle" and "Breaking Bad" to host.
At the beginning of the "Bedelia's Birthday" sketch, Alec Baldwin addresses Bedelia as "Belinda"; the next time he refers to the character by name he calls her "Bedelia."
The sign outside of the school during the "Spring Dance" sketch states its name as San Rancho Joaquin, but a banner in the set says Rancho San Joaquin.
The "Spanish Serial Killer" sketch references the 2008 movie Vicky Cristina Barcelona. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0497465/.
The caption "I like to run over people with my car," which was intended to appear at the end of "Hollywood Dish" sketch, pops up briefly in the "Flags of the World" Digital Short.
In the "Today" sketch, just after the camera cuts to January, Ms. Jones can be heard whispering "what camera am I on?"
The "Game Time with Randy and Greg" sketch is introduced with the title "Game Time with Dave and Greg."
The fake phone number given for Grady Wilson's DVD is the same as the hotline for Live Lounge (1-800-555-0199).
During the "Celebrity Jeopardy" sketch, while there is a long camera shot to all five characters in the sketch, Norm MacDonald's podium has the name "Turd Ferguson," an allusion to Burt Reynolds' previous appearance on the segment in 1999.
At the end of the "Celebrity Jeopardy" sketch, Tom Hanks can be heard saying "sibilance" into his pen/microphone. This is a reference to a "Wayne's World" sketch from 1990 in which Tom Hanks played a roadie for the band Aerosmith, and would use the word sibilance to test the volume of the band's microphones.
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