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22nd Mar '17 10:33:53 PM ryanasaurus0077
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-->"Well, Tom, you know, I'm still real young and, well, I've got LOTS to look forward to, you know? [[Music/PaulSimon Unhappy marriages]], household accidents... maybe even a nervous breakdown! You know, I'm really entitled to one!"

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-->"Well, Tom, you know, I'm still real young and, well, I've got LOTS to look forward to, you know? [[Music/PaulSimon Unhappy marriages]], household accidents... maybe even a nervous breakdown! You know, I'm really entitled to one!"one!"
* A scene in the HalloweenEpisode of their parody of ''The [=McLaughlin=] Group'' in which John [=McLaughlin=] is killed mid-show by the Grim Reaper, portrayed by the real [=McLaughlin=], became this after [=McLaughlin=]'s death in 2016, just a few days after he missed a taping due to illness, caused his long-running PBS debate program to be cancelled after 34 years.
20th Feb '17 9:41:20 AM StClair
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* Back in 1982, there was an episode hosted by Creator/DrewBarrymore - fresh from ''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.

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* Back in 1982, there was an episode hosted by Creator/DrewBarrymore - fresh from ''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 way; just four years after, she really was drinking alcohol).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 Feb '17 5:28:37 PM Theatre_Maven_3695
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* The pre-Election Day 2016 sketches, if you're a Hillary Clinton supporter, when it looked like the Clinton was going to win by a landslide.
* On that note, the "Never gonna be president now" meme that Creator/LinManuelMiranda referenced about UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump has become this, after Donald Trump unexpectedly won the election.
5th Feb '17 2:00:24 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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* A lesser known example from the "Not Ready for Prime Time" era is in a sketch known as "Least-Loved Bedtime Stories." Michael O'Donoghue narrates a story called "The Little Engine that Died," where he says "I think I can...I Think I Can...HEARTATTACK...OHMYGODTHEPAIN!" In 1994, "Mr. Mike" woke up, felt what was thought to be a severe migraine headache, and screamed "OH MY GOD" in pain and later died from cerebral hemorrhage. Michael O'Donoghue was an SNL writer known for his sadistic humor and his frequent migraines, making this death a literal "funny aneurysm moment" ''and'' a KarmicDeath.

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* A lesser known example from the "Not Ready for Prime Time" era is in a sketch known as "Least-Loved Bedtime Stories." Michael O'Donoghue narrates a story called "The Little Engine that Died," where he says "I think I can... I Think I Can...HEARTATTACK...Can... HEARTATTACK... OHMYGODTHEPAIN!" In 1994, "Mr. Mike" woke up, felt what was thought to be a severe migraine headache, and screamed "OH MY GOD" in pain and later died from cerebral hemorrhage. Michael O'Donoghue was an SNL writer known for his sadistic humor and his frequent migraines, making this death a literal "funny aneurysm moment" ''and'' a KarmicDeath.



* Season 15 Episode 14 has Fred Savage as a kid playing with a gun he took from his dad. Who just happened to be played by Phil Hartman. During the skit, Fred holds the gun to Phil and threatens to shoot him. Later on at the end. Kevin Nealon comes in to talk about gun safety. And, he startles Phil. Leading Phil to retort "Don't spook me like that. I almost blew your head off!" Not so funny, since that's basically what happened to Phil. Yeah...May be HarsherInHindsight.

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* Season 15 Episode 14 has Fred Savage as a kid playing with a gun he took from his dad. Who just happened to be played by Phil Hartman. During the skit, Fred holds the gun to Phil and threatens to shoot him. Later on at the end. Kevin Nealon comes in to talk about gun safety. And, he startles Phil. Leading Phil to retort "Don't spook me like that. I almost blew your head off!" Not so funny, since that's basically what happened to Phil. Yeah... May be HarsherInHindsight.



-->" Well, Tom, you know, I'm still real young and, well, I've got LOTS to look forward to, you know? [[Music/PaulSimon Unhappy marriages]], household accidents... maybe even a nervous breakdown! You know, I'm really entitled to one!"

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-->" Well, -->"Well, Tom, you know, I'm still real young and, well, I've got LOTS to look forward to, you know? [[Music/PaulSimon Unhappy marriages]], household accidents... maybe even a nervous breakdown! You know, I'm really entitled to one!"
29th Jan '17 8:56:05 PM DustSnitch
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29th Jan '17 8:55:43 PM DustSnitch
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* On that note, the "Never gonna be president now" meme that Creator/LinManuelMiranda referenced about UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump has become this, after Donald Trump unexpectedly won the election.
15th Jan '17 12:10:22 PM Ezclee4050
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* The pre-Election Day 2016 sketches, if you're a Hillary Clinton supporter, when it looked like the Clinton was going to win by a landslide.

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* The pre-Election Day 2016 sketches, if you're a Hillary Clinton supporter, when it looked like the Clinton was going to win by a landslide.landslide.
* Creator/CarrieFisher, when she hosted in 1978, played [[Film/TheExorcist Linda Blair]] as Tom Snyder's guest on ''Tomorrow''. After discussing cocaine use she offers this prediction for her future, which eerily foreshadowed what would end up happening to Fisher herself.
-->" Well, Tom, you know, I'm still real young and, well, I've got LOTS to look forward to, you know? [[Music/PaulSimon Unhappy marriages]], household accidents... maybe even a nervous breakdown! You know, I'm really entitled to one!"
5th Dec '16 11:05:38 AM Chris116
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* In a 2015 Weekend Update sketch, Creator/KateMcKinnon 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.\

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* In a 2015 Weekend Update sketch, Creator/KateMcKinnon 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.\
4th Dec '16 4:35:50 PM DavidDelony
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* In a 2015 Weekend Update sketch, Creator/KateMcKinnon 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.

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* In a 2015 Weekend Update sketch, Creator/KateMcKinnon 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.\
* The pre-Election Day 2016 sketches, if you're a Hillary Clinton supporter, when it looked like the Clinton was going to win by a landslide.
29th Nov '16 6:10:12 AM Chris116
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* 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.

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* In a 2015 Weekend Update sketch, Kate McKinnon Creator/KateMcKinnon 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.
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