History Creator / DennisMiller

6th Dec '15 11:42:45 AM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message
Dennis Miller is a comedian who was Weekend Update anchor on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' from 1985[[note]]during the show's 11th season, which was so fraught with mediocre writing and acting that NBC nearly had the show cancelled. Dennis Miller's turn as a Weekend Update anchor was the reason why season 11 was considered tolerable[[/note]] to 1991, making him the first long-running Weekend Update anchor[[note]]with Tina Fey tying his record and SethMeyers breaking it[[/note]] and the first ''SNL'' cast member to stay on the show for longer than five years. Prior to that, most cast members either were dropped after one or two years (or episodes in the cases of Ben Stiller, Laurie Metcalf, most of Jean Doumanian's cast[[note]]just Charles Rocket, Gilbert Gottfried, Ann Risley, Patrick Weathers, Matthew Laurence, and Yvonne Hudson, not Eddie Murphy, Joe Piscopo, Denny Dillon, and Gail Matthius[[/note]], Emily Prager, Dan Vitale, Siobahn Fallon-Hogan, Morwenna Banks, and Michaela Watkins[[note]]short-lived cast member from season 34 [2008-2009 season][[/note]]) or stayed on until their fourth or fifth year (often leaving to star in feature films or other television shows). Miller opened the door for other long-running cast members like Darrell Hammond, Phil Hartman, Tim Meadows, Kenan Thompson, Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, and fellow Weekend Update anchors TinaFey and SethMeyers (the only other Weekend Update anchors to stay on past the fifth-year mark).
to:
Dennis Miller is a comedian who was Weekend Update anchor on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' from 1985[[note]]during the show's 11th season, which was so fraught with mediocre writing and acting that NBC nearly had the show cancelled. Dennis Miller's turn as a Weekend Update anchor was the reason why season 11 was considered tolerable[[/note]] to 1991, making him the first long-running Weekend Update anchor[[note]]with Tina Fey tying his record and SethMeyers Creator/SethMeyers breaking it[[/note]] and the first ''SNL'' cast member to stay on the show for longer than five years. Prior to that, most cast members either were dropped after one or two years (or episodes in the cases of Ben Stiller, Laurie Metcalf, most of Jean Doumanian's cast[[note]]just Charles Rocket, Gilbert Gottfried, Ann Risley, Patrick Weathers, Matthew Laurence, and Yvonne Hudson, not Eddie Murphy, Joe Piscopo, Denny Dillon, and Gail Matthius[[/note]], Emily Prager, Dan Vitale, Siobahn Fallon-Hogan, Morwenna Banks, and Michaela Watkins[[note]]short-lived cast member from season 34 [2008-2009 season][[/note]]) or stayed on until their fourth or fifth year (often leaving to star in feature films or other television shows). Miller opened the door for other long-running cast members like Darrell Hammond, Phil Hartman, Tim Meadows, Kenan Thompson, Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, and fellow Weekend Update anchors TinaFey Creator/TinaFey and SethMeyers Creator/SethMeyers (the only other Weekend Update anchors to stay on past the fifth-year mark).
23rd Jun '15 9:00:47 PM johnnyfog
Is there an issue? Send a Message
** In his ''Raw Feed'' special, he trolled liberals by welcoming global warming because he hates winter, and how he didn't care if his grandkids had to live through environmental devastation. "I'm not going to be here, [[ChildrenAreAWaste what do I care?]]"
to:
** In his ''Raw Feed'' special, he trolled liberals by welcoming global warming because he hates winter, and how joked he didn't care if his grandkids had to live through environmental devastation. "I'm not going to be here, [[ChildrenAreAWaste what do I care?]]"
23rd Jun '15 9:00:38 PM johnnyfog
Is there an issue? Send a Message
** In his ''Raw Feed'' special, he trolled liberals by praising global warming is good because he hates winter, and how he didn't care if his grandkids had to live through environmental devastation. "I'm not going to be here, [[ChildrenAreAWaste what do I care?]]"
to:
** In his ''Raw Feed'' special, he trolled liberals by praising welcoming global warming is good because he hates winter, and how he didn't care if his grandkids had to live through environmental devastation. "I'm not going to be here, [[ChildrenAreAWaste what do I care?]]"
23rd Jun '15 9:00:25 PM johnnyfog
Is there an issue? Send a Message
** In his''"Raw Feed'' special, he trolled liberals by praising global warming is good because he hates winter, and how he didn't care if his grandkids had to live through environmental devastation. "I'm not going to be here, [[ChildrenAreAWaste what do I care?]]"
to:
** In his''"Raw his ''Raw Feed'' special, he trolled liberals by praising global warming is good because he hates winter, and how he didn't care if his grandkids had to live through environmental devastation. "I'm not going to be here, [[ChildrenAreAWaste what do I care?]]"
23rd Jun '15 9:00:11 PM johnnyfog
Is there an issue? Send a Message
Added DiffLines:
* ItsAllAboutMe: His schtick, and professed political ideology. He once declared himself a pragmatist, which is to say "everybody is an asshole except me." ** In his''"Raw Feed'' special, he trolled liberals by praising global warming is good because he hates winter, and how he didn't care if his grandkids had to live through environmental devastation. "I'm not going to be here, [[ChildrenAreAWaste what do I care?]]"
6th May '15 1:02:13 PM Wartzanall
Is there an issue? Send a Message
Dennis Miller is a comedian who was Weekend Update anchor on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' from 1985[[note]]during the show's 11th season, which was so fraught with mediocre writing and acting that NBC nearly had the show cancelled. Dennis Miller's turn as a Weekend Update anchor was the reason why season 11 was considered tolerable[[/note]] to 1991, making him the first long-running Weekend Update anchor[[note]]with Tina Fey tying his record and SethMeyers breaking it[[/note]] and the first ''SNL'' cast member to stay on the show for longer than five years. Prior to that, most cast members either were dropped after one or two years (or episodes in the cases of Ben Stiller, Laurie Metcalf, most of Jean Doumanian's cast[[note]]just Charles Rocket, Gilbert Gottfried, Ann Risley, Patrick Weathers, Matthew Lawrence, and Yvonne Hudson, not Eddie Murphy, Joe Piscopo, Denny Dillon, and Gail Matthius[[/note]], Emily Prager, and Michaela Watkins[[note]]short-lived cast member from season 34 [2008-2009 season][[/note]]) or stayed on until their fourth or fifth year (often leaving to star in feature films or other television shows). Miller opened the door for other long-running cast members like Darrell Hammond, Phil Hartman, Tim Meadows, Kenan Thompson, Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, and fellow Weekend Update anchors TinaFey and SethMeyers (the only other Weekend Update anchors to stay on past the fifth-year mark).
to:
Dennis Miller is a comedian who was Weekend Update anchor on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' from 1985[[note]]during the show's 11th season, which was so fraught with mediocre writing and acting that NBC nearly had the show cancelled. Dennis Miller's turn as a Weekend Update anchor was the reason why season 11 was considered tolerable[[/note]] to 1991, making him the first long-running Weekend Update anchor[[note]]with Tina Fey tying his record and SethMeyers breaking it[[/note]] and the first ''SNL'' cast member to stay on the show for longer than five years. Prior to that, most cast members either were dropped after one or two years (or episodes in the cases of Ben Stiller, Laurie Metcalf, most of Jean Doumanian's cast[[note]]just Charles Rocket, Gilbert Gottfried, Ann Risley, Patrick Weathers, Matthew Lawrence, Laurence, and Yvonne Hudson, not Eddie Murphy, Joe Piscopo, Denny Dillon, and Gail Matthius[[/note]], Emily Prager, Dan Vitale, Siobahn Fallon-Hogan, Morwenna Banks, and Michaela Watkins[[note]]short-lived cast member from season 34 [2008-2009 season][[/note]]) or stayed on until their fourth or fifth year (often leaving to star in feature films or other television shows). Miller opened the door for other long-running cast members like Darrell Hammond, Phil Hartman, Tim Meadows, Kenan Thompson, Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, and fellow Weekend Update anchors TinaFey and SethMeyers (the only other Weekend Update anchors to stay on past the fifth-year mark).
6th May '15 1:01:15 PM Wartzanall
Is there an issue? Send a Message
Dennis Miller is a comedian who was Weekend Update anchor on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' from 1985[[note]]during the show's 11th season, which was so fraught with mediocre writing and acting that NBC nearly had the show cancelled. Dennis Miller's turn as a Weekend Update anchor was the reason why season 11 was considered tolerable[[/note]] to 1991, making him the first long-running Weekend Update anchor[[note]]with Tina Fey tying his record and SethMeyers breaking it[[/note]] and the first ''SNL'' cast member to stay on the show for longer than five years. Prior to that, most cast members either were dropped after one or two years (or episodes in the cases of Ben Stiller, Laurie Metcalf, most of Jean Doumanian's cast[[note]]just Charles Rocket, Gilbert Gottfried, Ann Risley, Patrick Weathers, Matthew Lawrence, and Yvonne Hudson, not Eddie Murphy, Joe Piscopo, Denny Dillon, and Gail Matthius[[/note]], and Emily Prager) or stayed on until their fourth or fifth year (often leaving to star in feature films or other television shows). Miller opened the door for other long-running cast members like Darrell Hammond, Phil Hartman, Tim Meadows, Kenan Thompson, Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, and fellow Weekend Update anchors TinaFey and SethMeyers (the only other Weekend Update anchors to stay on past the fifth-year mark).
to:
Dennis Miller is a comedian who was Weekend Update anchor on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' from 1985[[note]]during the show's 11th season, which was so fraught with mediocre writing and acting that NBC nearly had the show cancelled. Dennis Miller's turn as a Weekend Update anchor was the reason why season 11 was considered tolerable[[/note]] to 1991, making him the first long-running Weekend Update anchor[[note]]with Tina Fey tying his record and SethMeyers breaking it[[/note]] and the first ''SNL'' cast member to stay on the show for longer than five years. Prior to that, most cast members either were dropped after one or two years (or episodes in the cases of Ben Stiller, Laurie Metcalf, most of Jean Doumanian's cast[[note]]just Charles Rocket, Gilbert Gottfried, Ann Risley, Patrick Weathers, Matthew Lawrence, and Yvonne Hudson, not Eddie Murphy, Joe Piscopo, Denny Dillon, and Gail Matthius[[/note]], and Emily Prager) Prager, and Michaela Watkins[[note]]short-lived cast member from season 34 [2008-2009 season][[/note]]) or stayed on until their fourth or fifth year (often leaving to star in feature films or other television shows). Miller opened the door for other long-running cast members like Darrell Hammond, Phil Hartman, Tim Meadows, Kenan Thompson, Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, and fellow Weekend Update anchors TinaFey and SethMeyers (the only other Weekend Update anchors to stay on past the fifth-year mark).
24th Mar '15 7:41:44 PM johnnyfog
Is there an issue? Send a Message
-->--'''''Website/UrbanDictionary'''''
to:
-->--'''''Website/UrbanDictionary''''' -->--'''''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'''''
24th Mar '15 7:38:12 PM johnnyfog
Is there an issue? Send a Message
Added DiffLines:
->''I don't want to go on a rant here, but the U.S. foreign policy makes about as much sense as Robert Fulton having sex with Beowulf at the First Battle of Antietam. I mean, when a neo-conservative defenestrates, it's like Rovslofski filibustered deoxymonohydroxinate.'' -->--'''''Website/UrbanDictionary'''''
7th Jan '15 2:45:29 PM Wartzanall
Is there an issue? Send a Message
Dennis Miller is a comedian who was Weekend Update anchor on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' from 1985[[note]]during the show's 11th season, which was so fraught with mediocre writing and acting that NBC nearly had the show cancelled. Dennis Miller's turn as a Weekend Update anchor was the reason why season 11 was tolerable[[/note]] to 1991, making him the first long-running Weekend Update anchor[[note]]with Tina Fey tying his record and SethMeyers breaking it[[/note]] and the first ''SNL'' cast member to stay on the show for longer than five years. Prior to that, most cast members either were dropped after one or two years (or episodes in the case of Ben Stiller, Laurie Metcalf, most of Jean Doumanian's cast, and Emily Prager) or stayed on until their fourth or fifth year (often leaving to star in feature films or television shows). Miller basically opened the door for other long-running cast members like Darrell Hammond, Phil Hartman, Tim Meadows, Kenan Thompson, Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, and fellow Weekend Update anchors TinaFey and SethMeyers.
to:
Dennis Miller is a comedian who was Weekend Update anchor on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' from 1985[[note]]during the show's 11th season, which was so fraught with mediocre writing and acting that NBC nearly had the show cancelled. Dennis Miller's turn as a Weekend Update anchor was the reason why season 11 was considered tolerable[[/note]] to 1991, making him the first long-running Weekend Update anchor[[note]]with Tina Fey tying his record and SethMeyers breaking it[[/note]] and the first ''SNL'' cast member to stay on the show for longer than five years. Prior to that, most cast members either were dropped after one or two years (or episodes in the case cases of Ben Stiller, Laurie Metcalf, most of Jean Doumanian's cast, cast[[note]]just Charles Rocket, Gilbert Gottfried, Ann Risley, Patrick Weathers, Matthew Lawrence, and Yvonne Hudson, not Eddie Murphy, Joe Piscopo, Denny Dillon, and Gail Matthius[[/note]], and Emily Prager) or stayed on until their fourth or fifth year (often leaving to star in feature films or other television shows). Miller basically opened the door for other long-running cast members like Darrell Hammond, Phil Hartman, Tim Meadows, Kenan Thompson, Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, and fellow Weekend Update anchors TinaFey and SethMeyers. SethMeyers (the only other Weekend Update anchors to stay on past the fifth-year mark).
This list shows the last 10 events of 25. Show all.