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I'm on Horatio Sanz's Podcast: The HOORAY SHOW

You can hear me on this week’s episode of The HOORAY SHOW with Horatio Sanz and Chad Krueger! Listen now and hear me discuss my early SNL audition, The Dana Carvey Show, Rush Limbaugh and Jackie Gleason. 47 more words


In Which Horatio Sanz Tells A Story About Tracy Morgan And The 'SNL' After-AFTER Parties

Former Saturday Night Live cast member Horatio Sanz — who is eight years sober! — was on Kevin Pollak’s podcast this week (guest hosted by Pollak’s podcast partner, Freaks and Geeks‘ Samm Levine). 287 more words


'SNL's' Political Comedy Isn't Too Conservative, It's Not Conservative -- Or Liberal -- Enough

Reports of SNL‘s decline are, and always have been, greatly exaggerated; the comedy institution has its ups and downs, but 40 years in, the show remains a reliable source of talent and, more importantly, good sketches. 1,057 more words


Podcast Network Guide: Earwolf Part Two

Part two of the Earwolf Guide cover’s the network’s talk shows (part one: improv and misc here). The distinction is somewhat arbitrary – a couple of these shows dabble in improv and vice versa. 1,051 more words


SNL 40: Andy Samberg and Adam Sandler Sing Ode to Laugh Breaks

There are two types of Saturday Night Live fans: Those who love it when the actors break character and crack up laughing in the middle of scenes, and those who claim to hate it (but probably secretly love it). 174 more words

Aniversario 'Saturday Night Live': Mira la lista completa de invitados

Si no apareces en “Saturday Night Live”, no eres suficientemente famoso ni divertido parece ser el lema del aniversario de este programa que celebrará a lo grande con muchos, muchos, MUCHOS invitados. 490 more words


Podcast Review : The Hooray Show with Horatio Sanz

“Comedians talking to comedians” is nothing new for a podcast. Along with journalistic narratives, intimate stories from unexpected places, and improv (to name only a few) a podcast about a comedian having fun with a friend or two is ubiquitous enough to be its own genre. 284 more words