Saturday Night Live

Season 32 Episode 20

Zach Braff/Maroon 5

Aired Saturday 11:30 PM May 19, 2007 on NBC



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Amy Poehler: This week, ABC announced plans to launch a sitcom based on the Caveman characters from the well-known Geico commercials. But not be outdone, NBC announced their new drama, "1-800-Mattress."

    • Amy Poehler: A new bird called the Gorgeted Puffleg, which is a blue and green throated Humming Bird species, was discovered in a cloud forest in Columbia... though, still nothing on Bin Laden.

  • Notes

    • Sketches not shown in the 60 minute version: the Sam Waterson and Aunt Linda segments on Weekend Update, "Bronx Beat," "TV Funhouse: Decision '08," "Deep House Dish," and Maroon 5's performance of "Won't Go Home Without You."

    • The "Brian Grazer's Office" sketch was cut from the previous season's Tom Hanks/Red Hot Chili Peppers dress rehearsal.

    • Sketches cut after dress rehearsal include: "Moustache Rides" (rerun from Shia LaBeouf/Avril Lavigne); a sketch where Zach, Amy Poehler, Fred Armisen, Will Forte, Jason Sudiekis, Maya Rudolph and Kenan Thompson are tenants in a building complaining to the Super about problems not being fixed; a sketch with Al Gore (Darrell Hammond) talking about Global Warming while making exaggerated facial expressions; a parody of the "Proactive Skin Cream" commercials with Kristin as Dina Lohan talking about the product; Socially Awkward Officemates at Staples, where the weird office twosome Neil (Will Forte) and Jean (Kristin Wiig) include store clerk (Zach) in their peculiar activities; a commercial with Zach Braff as a hospital orderly talking about how he likes to remove bad smells from old people before working with them; and a sketch about Al Pacino (Bill Hader) buying last-minute gifts over the phone.

    • Zach Braff is the first cast member from Scrubs to host SNL.

  • Allusions

    • Andy's love towards sandwiches, as mentioned in the monologue, is a running Lonely Island joke that was seen in the Digital Short from the Matt Dillon/Arctic Monkeys season 31 episode, as well as the pilot for "Awesometown."