History FunnyAneurysmMoment / SaturdayNightLive

24th Jun '16 5:46:25 PM ILoveDogs
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* On a 1997 ''Celebrity Jeopardy!'' sketch, Burt Reynolds (Norm Macdonald) guesses "Robert Blake" to a question and later tells Alex Trebek (Will Ferrell) that he's a good guy. Four years later, Blake was accused of shooting his second wife.

to:

* On a 1997 ''Celebrity Jeopardy!'' sketch, Burt Reynolds (Norm Macdonald) guesses "Robert Blake" to a question and later tells Alex Trebek (Will Ferrell) that he's a good guy. Four years later, Blake was accused of shooting his second wife.wife.
* In a 2015 Weekend Update sketch, Kate McKinnon as Ruth Bader Ginsburg says that, while she's the oldest Supreme Court Justice, she's not the closest to death, mentioning that Antonin Scalia would go before her. Indeed, in February 2016, Scalia died of a heart attack.
18th May '16 2:51:49 PM TheOneWhoTropes
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* When Phil Hartman came back to host for the second time (in season 22 -- the 1996-1997 season), he says in his monologue that he bought his family's affection with the money he makes from being on "NewsRadio" and "TheSimpsons." Apparently, it didn't work, when you consider what happened to Hartman a few months after he hosted.

to:

* When Phil Hartman came back to host for the second time (in season 22 -- the 1996-1997 season), he says in his monologue that he bought his family's affection with the money he makes from being on "NewsRadio" "Series/NewsRadio" and "TheSimpsons." Apparently, it didn't work, when you consider what happened to Hartman a few months after he hosted.
24th Feb '16 9:45:56 AM CurledUpWithDakka
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Then, there was a sketch where Pee-Wee Herman is thrown in jail and meets the Pathological Liar, Tommy Flanagan (played by Jon Lovitz). Pee-Wee Herman (or rather, the actor who plays him [[Paul Reubens]]) would find himself on the wrong side of the law in the 1990s and early 2000s (both for sexual offenses). That Pee-Wee is screaming, "I'm innocent! I'm innocent!" adds to the cringe factor of rewatching this sketch.

to:

** Then, there was a sketch where Pee-Wee Herman is thrown in jail and meets the Pathological Liar, Tommy Flanagan (played by Jon Lovitz). Pee-Wee Herman (or rather, the actor who plays him [[Paul Reubens]]) [Creator/PaulReubens]) would find himself on the wrong side of the law in the 1990s and early 2000s (both for sexual offenses). That Pee-Wee is screaming, "I'm innocent! I'm innocent!" adds to the cringe factor of rewatching this sketch.
17th Feb '16 5:39:02 PM KoopaKid17
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* On a 1997 ''Celebrity Jeopardy!'' sketch, Burt Reynolds (Norm Macdonald) guesses "Robert Blake" and later says that he's a good guy. Four years later, Blake was accused of shooting his second wife.

to:

* On a 1997 ''Celebrity Jeopardy!'' sketch, Burt Reynolds (Norm Macdonald) guesses "Robert Blake" to a question and later says tells Alex Trebek (Will Ferrell) that he's a good guy. Four years later, Blake was accused of shooting his second wife.
16th Feb '16 5:31:17 PM KoopaKid17
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* On a 1997 ''Celebrity Jeopardy!'' sketch, Burt Reynolds (Norm Macdonald) guesses "Robert Blake" and later says that he's a good guy. Four years later, Blake was accused of shooting his second wife.
13th Oct '15 12:44:46 PM Aquila89
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Back in 1982, there was an episode hosted by Creator/DrewBarrymore - fresh from ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'' and ''Literature/{{Firestarter}}'', all smiles and curls, just seven years old (making Barrymore the youngest host ''SNL'' has ever had, beating out Creator/JodieFoster, who was 14 when she hosted in 1976). In the cold opening, when asked if she wanted a glass of milk, she responds: "Milk? I'm a Barrymore! Get me a drink and make it a double!" Her family legacy of alcoholism and self-destructive behavior would catch up with her for real, and in a big (bad) way, not long after (just four years after, she really was drinking alcohol). Subverted in that there is a happy ending to all of this: Drew Barrymore managed to climb out of the same pit of drugs and despair as her ancestors did and has come back to host a few more times, now becoming ''SNL'''s most frequent female host (beating out Candice Bergen, who frequently hosted in the early days of the show) as of October 2009.

to:

* Back in 1982, there was an episode hosted by Creator/DrewBarrymore - fresh from ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'' and ''Literature/{{Firestarter}}'', ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'', all smiles and curls, just seven years old (making Barrymore the youngest host ''SNL'' has ever had, beating out Creator/JodieFoster, who was 14 when she hosted in 1976). In the cold opening, when asked if she wanted a glass of milk, she responds: "Milk? I'm a Barrymore! Get me a drink and make it a double!" Her family legacy of alcoholism and self-destructive behavior would catch up with her for real, and in a big (bad) way, not long after (just four years after, she really was drinking alcohol). Subverted in that there is a happy ending to all of this: Drew Barrymore managed to climb out of the same pit of drugs and despair as her ancestors did and has come back to host a few more times, now becoming ''SNL'''s most frequent female host (beating out Candice Bergen, who frequently hosted in the early days of the show) as of October 2009.
20th Jul '15 5:10:36 AM Aquila89
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Back in 1982, there was an episode hosted by Creator/DrewBarrymore - fresh from ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'' and ''Literature/{{Firestarter}}'', all smiles and curls, just seven years old (making Barrymore the youngest host ''SNL'' has ever had, beating out Creator/JodieFoster, who was 14 when she hosted in 1976). In the cold opening, when asked if she wanted a glass of milk, she responds: "Milk? I'm a Barrymore! Get me a drink and make it a double! who finished her monologue by asking for a drink. "After all," Her family legacy of alcoholism and self-destructive behavior would catch up with her for real, and in a big (bad) way, not long after (just four years after, she really was drinking alcohol). Subverted in that there is a happy ending to all of this: Drew Barrymore managed to climb out of the same pit of drugs and despair as her ancestors did and has come back to host a few more times, now becoming ''SNL'''s most frequent female host (beating out Candice Bergen, who frequently hosted in the early days of the show) as of October 2009.

to:

* Back in 1982, there was an episode hosted by Creator/DrewBarrymore - fresh from ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'' and ''Literature/{{Firestarter}}'', all smiles and curls, just seven years old (making Barrymore the youngest host ''SNL'' has ever had, beating out Creator/JodieFoster, who was 14 when she hosted in 1976). In the cold opening, when asked if she wanted a glass of milk, she responds: "Milk? I'm a Barrymore! Get me a drink and make it a double! who finished her monologue by asking for a drink. "After all," double!" Her family legacy of alcoholism and self-destructive behavior would catch up with her for real, and in a big (bad) way, not long after (just four years after, she really was drinking alcohol). Subverted in that there is a happy ending to all of this: Drew Barrymore managed to climb out of the same pit of drugs and despair as her ancestors did and has come back to host a few more times, now becoming ''SNL'''s most frequent female host (beating out Candice Bergen, who frequently hosted in the early days of the show) as of October 2009.
14th Jul '15 10:02:56 AM Willbyr
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* The "New [[TheHollywoodSquares Hollywood Squares]]" sketch involves the entire board collapsing with the players in it. The joke is that [[AmericasFunniestHomeVideos Tom Bergeron]] (WillFerrell) keeps playing the game with the contestants screaming and bleeding everywhere. One of the contestants is RodneyDangerfield (Darrell Hammond). Yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhh.

to:

* The "New [[TheHollywoodSquares [[Series/TheHollywoodSquares Hollywood Squares]]" sketch involves the entire board collapsing with the players in it. The joke is that [[AmericasFunniestHomeVideos [[Series/AmericasFunniestHomeVideos Tom Bergeron]] (WillFerrell) (Creator/WillFerrell) keeps playing the game with the contestants screaming and bleeding everywhere. One of the contestants is RodneyDangerfield Creator/RodneyDangerfield (Darrell Hammond). Yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhh.
9th Jul '15 10:12:04 AM Aquila89
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Back in 1982, there was an episode hosted by Creator/DrewBarrymore - fresh from ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'' and ''Literature/{{Firestarter}}'', all smiles and curls, just seven years old (making Barrymore the youngest host ''SNL'' has ever had, beating out Creator/JodieFoster, who was 14 when she hosted in 1976). In the cold opening, when asked if she wanted a glass of milks, she responds: "Milk? I'm a Barrymore! Get me a drink and make it a double! who finished her monologue by asking for a drink. "After all," Her family legacy of alcoholism and self-destructive behavior would catch up with her for real, and in a big (bad) way, not long after (just four years after, she really was drinking alcohol). Subverted in that there is a happy ending to all of this: Drew Barrymore managed to climb out of the same pit of drugs and despair as her ancestors did and has come back to host a few more times, now becoming ''SNL'''s most frequent female host (beating out Candice Bergen, who frequently hosted in the early days of the show) as of October 2009.

to:

* Back in 1982, there was an episode hosted by Creator/DrewBarrymore - fresh from ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'' and ''Literature/{{Firestarter}}'', all smiles and curls, just seven years old (making Barrymore the youngest host ''SNL'' has ever had, beating out Creator/JodieFoster, who was 14 when she hosted in 1976). In the cold opening, when asked if she wanted a glass of milks, milk, she responds: "Milk? I'm a Barrymore! Get me a drink and make it a double! who finished her monologue by asking for a drink. "After all," Her family legacy of alcoholism and self-destructive behavior would catch up with her for real, and in a big (bad) way, not long after (just four years after, she really was drinking alcohol). Subverted in that there is a happy ending to all of this: Drew Barrymore managed to climb out of the same pit of drugs and despair as her ancestors did and has come back to host a few more times, now becoming ''SNL'''s most frequent female host (beating out Candice Bergen, who frequently hosted in the early days of the show) as of October 2009.
9th Jul '15 10:08:06 AM Aquila89
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Back in 1982, there was an episode hosted by Creator/DrewBarrymore - fresh from ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'' and ''Literature/{{Firestarter}}'', all smiles and curls, just seven years old (making Barrymore the youngest host ''SNL'' has ever had, beating out Creator/JodieFoster, who was 14 when she hosted in 1976) - who finished her monologue by asking for a drink. "After all," she declared with a broad wink, "I ''am'' a Barrymore." Her family legacy of alcoholism and self-destructive behavior would catch up with her for real, and in a big (bad) way, not long after. Subverted in that there is a happy ending to all of this: Drew Barrymore managed to climb out of the same pit of drugs and despair as her ancestors did and has come back to host a few more times, now becoming ''SNL'''s most frequent female host (beating out Candice Bergen, who frequently hosted in the early days of the show) as of October 2009.

to:

* Back in 1982, there was an episode hosted by Creator/DrewBarrymore - fresh from ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'' and ''Literature/{{Firestarter}}'', all smiles and curls, just seven years old (making Barrymore the youngest host ''SNL'' has ever had, beating out Creator/JodieFoster, who was 14 when she hosted in 1976) - 1976). In the cold opening, when asked if she wanted a glass of milks, she responds: "Milk? I'm a Barrymore! Get me a drink and make it a double! who finished her monologue by asking for a drink. "After all," she declared with a broad wink, "I ''am'' a Barrymore." Her family legacy of alcoholism and self-destructive behavior would catch up with her for real, and in a big (bad) way, not long after.after (just four years after, she really was drinking alcohol). Subverted in that there is a happy ending to all of this: Drew Barrymore managed to climb out of the same pit of drugs and despair as her ancestors did and has come back to host a few more times, now becoming ''SNL'''s most frequent female host (beating out Candice Bergen, who frequently hosted in the early days of the show) as of October 2009.
This list shows the last 10 events of 26. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=FunnyAneurysmMoment.SaturdayNightLive