Let’s all join hands and sing the love theme from Jaws.
Slackatory recently posted a video of SNL characters losing their shit and it’s freaking hilarious. It’s incredible that it doesn’t happen more often.
It’s Throwback Thursday, and to celebrate this weekly tradition, the cast of the new comedy The Way, Way Back sent BuzzFeed summer photos from their childhood. Rob Corddry as a boy scout!
Which they clearly don’t know how to use properly. Maya Rudolph calls them out, though.
These celeb friendships melt our hearts. They also make us a tiny bit jealous.
The New York Post says Seth Meyers or Howard Stern may take over for Jimmy Fallon when he moves to The Tonight Show. Hey, NBC, why not consider someone who isn’t a white man?
Seriously though, the cast includes Paul Rudd, Tina Fey, Maya Rudolph, Will Arnett, Ken Marino and so much more.
Amy was talking to Maya Rudolph when suddenly….
Seriously, the comedic dream team.
Ellen had to guess who she was doing. Successful or not, it was amazing.
Maya Rudolph explained on “The Talk” how she breast-pumped in her car after the birth of her third child. She could talk about how she divides her laundry into whites and colors and it would still be funny.
Basically, she wins at life. From last night’s premiere of “Casa de mi Padre.”
This unaired sketch from the dress rehearsal of Maya Rudolph’s “Saturday Night Live” features Maya’s best impression of the iconic daytime host, yet never made it to the final version of the show. Theories as to why? Probably because Amy Poehler and Seth Myers giggled the entire way through the sketch — but don’t you think Rudolph’s “Oprah” sounded a lot like her “Ava” from “Up All Night”?
Beyoncé (Maya Rudolph) and Jay-Z (Jay Pharoah) introduce their glorious offspring to the likes of Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj, Prince, and the most famous authority on celebrity babies: Brad and Angelina. Bon Iver (a surprise appearance by Justin Timberlake) shows up to lull Blue Ivy into sleep and, what do you know, ends up putting himself to sleep instead.
This weekend marks Maya Rudolph’s first time hosting “Saturday Night Live,” and in the commercials for the episode, she and Andy Samberg brainstorm ideas, wear too many pairs of sunglasses, and try and cure writers block with the old “Pizza Delivery Guy” porno setup. No word on whether or not she’ll reprise her famous impression of Whitney Houston.