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During the "What's Your Situation?" sketch, one of the walls on the game show set detaches and opens.
In "The Tookie Style Show" sketch the head of the Mossad appears in uniform. However, Mossad is a civilian branch of the Prime Minister's office. Not only that, his rank is Lieutenant General, the highest rank in the Israeli army which is reserved to the chief of staff. He has six war decorations, meaning he had to participate in every war since 1956 Suez Crisis. He's got decorations showing he completed a three-year pilots training and completed a parachute drop while in combat (the only one occurred during the 1956 war).
During Weekend Update, a map of the state of New Jersey appeared to include the borough of Staten Island, which is part of New York.
In the "I Drink Your Milkshake" sketch, it was mentioned that Anton Chigurh was mexican. However, in the movie and book No Country For Old Men, it never mentioned his birthplace.
During "Weekend Update", there's a news piece about changing the menu of prisons. A picture of writer John Lutz is used.
During Weekend Update, after Tina Fey is done with her segment, the picture fades to black for half of a second before it pans to Amy Phoeler.
During the "Rock Of Love" sketch, you can see that Jason Sudeikis is not actually playing the guitar he's holding.
In most cases, the host thanks all the other guests; however, Brian Williams didn't thank Al Roker, Bono, or Matt Lauer.
The newspaper articles seen after the "Drexel University Debate" sketch were fully written (though satiric and including childish insults about all the candidates) and readable in the high-definition broadcast.
In the "Deleted Gay Scenes" from the Harry Potter films, Prof. McGonagall refers to Lord Voldemort by name. In the books as well as the movies, only Harry and Prof. Dumbledore refer to Voldemort by name, with all other characters being terrified simply by the mention of his name.
The first half of the opening credits were not audible due to cueing problems.
This is the third time the commercial "Urigro" was used during Season 32.
In the "Fringe Candidates Debate" sketch, Andy Samberg's character speaks with a British accent and wears an 18th-century outfit, even though the Whigs were an American political party in the mid-19th century.
When Michelle Dison first appeared earlier in the season, she was a reporter for WVIR in Charlottesville, Virginia. However, in her second appearance she "returns" to WIIX, the same fake NBC affiliate from the "Photo Shoot" sketch from Black/Young in Year 31. The call letter change may or may not have anything to do with the Virginia Tech massacre, which occured five days before this broadcast aired.
On Weekend Update, Seth Meyers talks about a recent article on the French newspaper Le Monde which reported that the French secret service had produced nine reports between September 2000 and August 2001 looking at the Al Qaeda threat to the US. He goes on to the punchline, saying "Although, not to brag, but, you know, so did we." The visual at the end of the gag is a fake report by the American intelligence, in which they misspell Osama Bin Laden's name: "Bin Ladin Determined To Strike in US."
At the end of Shia's monologue, the camera turns off prematurely, then turns on again.
In the sketch "Halftime Pep Talk," the song that the coach played on the tape player to motivate the team is "Casino Royale" by Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass.
During the "NCAA Tournament Pool Party" sketch, when the three characters discuss the Butler Bulldogs, Peyton Manning's bracket is shown as incorrectly picking against them. However, when his bracket is seen again a minute later, he got the outcome of the Butler game correct.
Seth Meyers' comment on having to clean Prince Harry's vomit off his sportcoat (and accidentally referring to him as Andy Samberg) was ad-libbed.
During the "Man versus beast" sketch, after the big black "CENSORED" box appears, you can in fact see the man in the azure jumpsuit who is supposedly being maimed by the cougar off-screen. He pops up for a sec in the upper right corner, very much alive, well and standing on his feet.
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