Everybody Hates Sean Spicer.

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CBS doesn’t care about sexual harassment as long as your show makes enough money for them.

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Sterling K. Brown is really funny! Too bad his ‘Saturday Night Live’ wasn’t.

Saturday Night Live
Sterling Brown & James Bay
March 10, 2018

Look, this episode aired almost 10 days ago, and I’m only writing about it because I can’t stand for things to be incomplete. So I’m going to keep this super brief: Sterling K. Brown has great comedic talents, he was let down by the writing in this episode, the end.

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‘Saturday Night Live’ ends its season on a high note with Dwayne Johnson

Saturday Night Live
Dwayne Johnson & Katy Perry
May 20, 2017

Saturday Night Live ended this rollercoaster of a season in the capable hands of the Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as host, welcoming him into the increasingly less exclusive Five-Timers club, and saying goodbye to two long-standing cast members, Bobby Moynihan and Vanessa Bayer. And aside from a couple of wild misses (what even was that bar sketch, guys?), the show did right by everyone: Johnson was given material that suits his disarmingly charming nature, and Bayer and Moynihan were in practically every sketch (one or both of them were in 10 of the 15 sketches below). It was a fitting farewell to two of the show’s most dependable performers; it’s just a shame they didn’t receive more recognition in the final credits, Lorne.

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