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Saturday Night Live Hugh Laurie/Kanye West (1975– ) HD online
Language: English
Category: TV Episode / Comedy / Music
Original Title: Hugh Laurie/Kanye West
Director: Don Roy King,Akiva Schaffer
Writers: Doug Abeles,James Anderson
Released: 1975–
Duration: 1h 30min
Video type: TV Episode
Amy Poelher's final episode. Hugh Laurie's second time hosting. Sketches include: Blagojevich Hearing, Hugh Laurie Monologue, Bronx Beat (with Maya Rudolph cameo), Sarcastic Christmas Dinner, Wedding Toasts, Weekend Update with Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers, Weekend Update: Governor David Paterson on Governor Rod Blagojevich, Magical Lamps, The Cat's Christmas Letter, An SNL Digital Short: Layoffs Meeting. Kayne West performs "Love Lockdown" and a medley including "Heartless" and "Pinocchio Story"
Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Fred Armisen Fred Armisen - Various
Will Forte Will Forte - Various
Bill Hader Bill Hader - Various
Darrell Hammond Darrell Hammond - Christopher Dodd
Seth Meyers Seth Meyers - Weekend Update Anchor
Amy Poehler Amy Poehler - Weekend Update Anchor / Various
Andy Samberg Andy Samberg - Various
Jason Sudeikis Jason Sudeikis - Various
Kenan Thompson Kenan Thompson - Office employee
Kristen Wiig Kristen Wiig - Various
Abby Elliott Abby Elliott - Various
Bobby Moynihan Bobby Moynihan - Various
Michaela Watkins Michaela Watkins - Various
Casey Wilson Casey Wilson - Various
Kanye West Kanye West - Himself

Amy Poehler final episode as a cast member.

New York Governor David Paterson publicly denounced Fred Armisen's portrayal of him in Weekend Update. It was also denounced by The National Federation of the Blind.

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    I did not think it possible, but Saturday Night Live has descended to the point where they have actually managed to make Hugh Laurie (the only reason I watched in the first place) unfunny. I found watching this episode so painful that I skipped through any bit that didn't have Laurie in it, and only gave it two stars because of the bit with the two Brooklyn chicks at the beginning when Laurie almost corpses and the sketch with the Christmas letter ghost-written for a dead cat. Other than that, this was another abysmal show. Hateful, hateful, hateful.

    When will the pain end? How much longer must the dateless Saturday night viewing public endure this waste of airtime which could be given to so much more deserving fare like "Colonoscopy Week in Review?" When will they admit that this hopeless mess should finally slip mercifully beneath the waves? Ah, well. I suppose we shall have to wait for NBC's bankruptcy or Lorne Micheal's death, whichever comes first. In the meantime, for heaven's sake, don't watch.