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Middle Delaware State women’s basketball coach Sheila Kelly caught on tape shooting a t-shirt cannon at her players. “You can’t f**king hide from me!”
Jay Pharoah’s Stephen A. Smith impression got a bunch of attention went he debuted it back in May, and this past weekend, he brought it back to the Weekend Update desk. Did you know that Stephen A. Smith is a close personal friend of Rex Ryan’s? Neither did we. Video, after the jump.
SNL’s Jay Pharoah had some unkind words for the Celtics’ Paul Pierce on First Take yesterday, and Pierce took notice, demanding to know exactly who this Pharoah character was. Well, we’re here to help.
The “Weekend Update” segment on SNL took time to address the Heat being down 2-1 in their series with the Pacers last night. “Stephen A. Smith” revealed what the Heat must do to take back the series. He does know what he’s talking about — after all, he has very intimate relationships with the Heat roster. See what I mean, after the jump.
Over the weekend, Saturday Night Live took a (deserved) shot at the cluttered bowl schedule with a fake ESPN commercial touting a slate of ridiculous games. Come for the TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl (which is real), stay for the “Phantom Menace in 3D Radioshack Croissant Bowl” (which is not real, but could be).
The AP caught up with SNL producer Lorne Michaels ahead of his show’s annual holiday special this weekend. The report contains this interesting little nugget: “In the studio, a sketch was being blocked for the cameras: Denver Broncos quarterback (and famously devout Christian) Tim Tebow confronts Jesus in the locker room.” So, which cast member is playing Tebow tomorrow night? Has to be Jason Sudeikis, or whoever this guy is, right? [AP]
As expected, Saturday Night Live tackled the Penn State mess this weekend, using a Weekend Update appearance from Jason Sudeikis‘ “Devil” as a way to highlight the absolutely absurd details of the scandal.