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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.
In the carnival sketch, Tom consistently pays for balls to throw in the hole. But there is a sign next to the booth that says "Play Until You Win".
During the end credits, Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch, and Amy Poehler are wearing matching pink sparkly dresses, possibly because of a sketch that was cut at the last minute.
At the end of her monolouge, Cameron Diaz accidentally combines two sentences, saying, "We have Green Day is here!"
In the opening of the Pope Debate, the captions identifying the candidates fall behind the introductions.
Also during the "Pope Debate" sketch, when Fred Armisen gives Chris Parnell the middle finger, you can see he stuck up his pointer finger both times because the pixilator was too slow.
In the spring break one, Cameron Diaz flashes the audience, however the blur was late and you could see she was wearing a beige strapless bikini top
In the "Sean Penn's Celebrity Roast" sketch in which Darrell Hammond plays Clint Eastwood, his fake old-person wrinkly skin is not fully attached.
In reruns, the ten-to-one sketch "The Dirtballs and Burnouts Convention" is moved up in the show, trading places with the "Sherman Oaks Holding Cell" sketch.
About midway through the "Jingle Singers" sketch, one of Maya Rudolph's earrings falls off.
During the Weekend Update commentary by Jorge Rodriguez (Sanz) the undertitle misspells his name as "Rodiguez."
Also in the "Sherman Oaks Holding Cell" sketch, when Andrew (Rob Riggle) pushes Spider (David Spade) against the wall, you can see the wall shake and the overhead lamp outside the jail cell rock back and forth.
In the "Dirt Ball and Burn Out" fake ad, David Spade almost cracked up when the camera cut from Skeeter (Darrell Hammond) trying to open a beer with a cigarette lighter to the last part of the commercial. Also: Spade's fake goatee peels off near the end (the same thing happened in the "Holding Cell" sketch with Spade's mustache).
Horatio Sanz says when playing Kim Jong Il that The O.C. airs at the same time as Survivor and The Apprentice on Thursday nights. At the time, The Apprentice aired an hour later than the other two shows in the US, though it varies worldwide.
During "Monkeys Throwing Poop At Celebrities," there are several shots of the monkey where you can see the poop being thrown by someone off-camera.
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Satire, frat guy humor, ensemble cast, feel good comedy, improvisational