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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.
In the Barbie's dream house sketch you can see Paris Hilton's real hand holding Barbie's fake arm for several minutes before Amy Poehler's Barbie rips the arm out and beats Paris with it.
During the Barbie's Dreamhouse sketch, when "Ken" hands "Barbie" back her arm, you can see Paris Hilton's real arm showing.
Donovan McNabb's mother's name is Wilma, not Charlene. This is corrected in later episodes.
During the Donatella Versace skit, you can see the shadow of the person who really was skiing (the video is shown on a green screen)
Paris kept looking straight ahead as if she was trying to read her next line from the teleprompter. She does this numerous times. The most obvious was during the handbag purchasing sketch.
At the end of Merv The Perv, Paris Hilton walked right in front of the camera and Chris Parnell as he was saying "Everybody chung wang tonight!" This is a huge don't in staging as actors are suppose to walk behind the camera.
Contrary to what they say in the "Down and Out Dollar" sketch, Denmark's currency is not the Euro.
In the brothel skit, the music changes from 40's swing to "The Lady In Red" before anyone changes the record player. Rachel covers with "Oh, it changed by itself."
During the annual "Seasons Greetings from Saturday Night Live" sketch, while Kermit is talking to Horatio Sanz, people can be heard in the background cheering at the entrance of the Muppets, well in advance of their on-screen appearance. Also, at the song's end, a weird banging noise is heard followed by Animal saying "Christmas, Christmas!"
After Robert DeNiro sung "From now on our troubles will be out of sight," his first line from Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, Kermit looked at him and said "that's close", as if he got the line wrong. Actually, it was Kermit who got the first line wrong, singing "Make the yuletide gay" instead of "Let your heart be light."
The real-life Beyoncé Knowles (the musical guest with Destiny's Child) opted to not appear on the Prince sketch so she could analyze Maya Rudolph's impression of her.
In the "Big Roach Problem" sketch, when one of the roaches sneaks into the bathroom, the whole wall shakes due to SNL's famously poor set construction.
During the opening credits, Don Pardo announces the musical guest as "Scissor Sister" rather than "Scissor Sisters".
Colin Farrell slips-up his monologue and says that even though its live TV, he is going to say the line again.
In the "Debbie Downer" sketch, Rachel Dratch almost breaks character when the turkey "walks" away from the table.
On "The Falconer", Luke Wilson has a hard time trying to get his dog to come back to him, resulting in ad-libbing to stall for time, a brief shot of a stagehand leading the dog back on the set, and Luke heavily reading from his cue cards.
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