Pete Davidson pushed boundaries of political correctness (cringes were audible at times), kept a laid-back structure (I don’t think he ever really knew what he was going to say before he said it) and messed with the audience members in a fun back-and-forth style Q&A.
Colin Jost, a writer, actor and comedian on “Saturday Night Live,” will headline Social Programming Board’s annual fall comedy show on Sept. 22.
After a brief stint on “Saturday Night Live,” Brooks Wheelan released his first standup album, “This Is Cool, Right?” early this year. His tour will feature an all-new set of jokes from his forthcoming album. I got the chance to chat with him about his life, tour and upcoming projects.
In honor of his latest string of jaw-dropping televised performances, here are Yeezy’s five best. To make a difficult task slightly less difficult, only pre-2015 performances are eligible.
CS40 may have stuck us with MKTO this year, but at least Social Programming Board looks like it’s doing something right this semester with its spring comedic performer, John Mulaney.
After the show, Student Life caught up with Thompson to talk about what it’s like doing college shows and the future of this seasoned comedian.
Rumors are swirling that Jimmy Fallon is going to replace Jay Leno on “The Tonight Show” next year (at least until Leno decides he wants his old job back and Fallon becomes the new Conan O’Brien). It’s a change we’ve been long awaiting as Leno and his infinite chins are unfunny and not too great at interviews either.
Without Kristin Wiig and Andy Samberg, it’s hard to imagine what “Saturday Night Live” will be like when it airs its season premiere on Saturday, Sept. 15, with host Seth MacFarlane. Thankfully, “SNL” announced on Tuesday that one day each month they will be opening up their Facebook page and Twitter feed to viewers’ host and musical guest suggestions.
You might not like the W.I.L.D. headliners this year. You might have dreamed that The Shins were coming. We’re sorry if that prank disappointed you—but why not dream a little bigger? We’re thinking bands that could never play W.I.L.D. because they don’t exist in reality. Here are our five picks for the best fictional bands that Team 31 should book next year.
October promises to be a great month for “Saturday Night Live.” Scarlett Johansson’s hubbie Ryan Reynolds is hosting the first week with the ubiquitous Lady Gaga as the musical guest. After that, Drew Barrymore and Gerard Butler are alternating lead duties, with Regina Spektor and Shakira performing their new singles. A very nice start to the new season of “SNL.”