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Darrell Hammond's microphone is not turned on in time during "Appalachian Emergency Room."
During the "Santa's Workshop" sketch, Baldwin mistakingly says "Always Be Closing" rather than "Always Be Cobbling," then corrects himself. "Always Be Closing" was a memorable piece of dialogue from "Glengarry Glen Ross," and there is no doubt that Baldwin deliberately flubbed the line.
Due to the fact that the show ran long, the goodnights aired for approximately five seconds.
When this episode first aired on Global Canada, the "Celebrity Mugshot Poker" cartoon was cut off by a 30-second Global promo.
A stage light misses its cue near the end of the "Vincent Price Thanksgiving Day Special" sketch.
Twice during the Carol sketch, a boom mike appears briefly at the top of the screen.
The green screen falters near the end of the "Celebrity Ironman" sketch.
In the actual "Wilson Brothers Funeral Home" sketch, when Rachel Dratch's character was "dead" you could plainly see her turn her head to avoid laughing.
A technical gaffe occured during the original live broadcast in which the opening frame from the "Wilson Brothers Funeral Home" sketch appears onscreen for five seconds, interupting the "Taco Town" ad spoof.
In the MorganStanley "commercial," the Amy Poehler's character can be seen with Apple iPod earbuds attached to her ears, but when the camera changes, they disappear.
When "The Couple That Should Be Divorced" first appeared in the Johnny Knoxville episode in Year 30, Sally and Don's last name was Harrison. In this episode (and from this point on) their surname is Needler.
Even though TV Land dates the "Lundford Twins Feel-Good Variety Hour" at 1967, nearly all the fashion and pop-culture references are clearly from the early-to-mid 1970's.
For the "TV Funhouse" animated sketch, cast member Kenan Thompson is incorrectly credited as "Keenan Thompson" for his voice credit.
At one point in the Little Italy sketch, a boom mic can be seen reflected in the window.
Goof: At the beginning of the sketch "Celebrity Jeopardy," Trebek said that Osborne was in first place and Cosby was in second even though she was at $-82,400 and Cosby was at $-82,300.
System of a Down dropped the F-bomb, but the censors missed the profanity and it appeared in the West Coast broadcast. It was bleeped when the episode was repeated a couple months later.
A part from the "You Might Be A Gay Redneck" sketch featuring Fred Armisen as a Rodney Dangerfield-esque comedian was cut because the show ran too long, despite that the DVD is shown at the end of the commercial.
IN Weekend update Amy Poehler says that Mei Xiang and Tian Tian mated, that is not true as Mei Xiang and Tian Tian are at the national zoo and they have not mated.
During the "Charlie Coffee" sketch, Maya Rudolph manages to perform a number of pratfalls without ever spilling the drink in her hand.
In the Jiminy Glick 'phony' interview clip of Lorne Michaels from 1975, Glick mentions that Lorne was born on the same day as the late 'Mama' Cass Elliott. Cass Elliott (born Ellen Naomi Cohen) was born on September 19, 1941 and died on July 29, 1974. The real Lorne Michaels (born Lorne Michael Lipowitz) was born November 17, 1944.
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