Saturday Night Live Sketch Packs 7 Seasons 2006

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Season 4

4. -04 TV-14

Darrell, as Bill O'Reilly, does a show about Iran's acquisition of nuclear arms.

6 minutes
Original air date:
April 15, 2006


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Season 4
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    1. -01 Chris Matthews (Darrell) interviews Hillary Clinton (Amy) about her announcement to run for President.

    TV-14 8min January 20, 2007
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    2. -02 Dana recreates his McLaughlin in this special Halloween edition. All the guests are in costume; Chris Farley (Jack Germond), Phil (Pat Buchanan), Mike (Fred Barnes), Kevin (Morton Kondacke). Dana, dressed in an elaborate grim reaper outfit, leads the discussion, and becomes progressively more frenetic until, all of a sudden, he dies. The real John McLaughlin enters, takes Dana's place, and energetically continues the discussion.

    TV-14 4min March 21, 1992
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    3. -03 Darrell, as Bill O'Reilly, keeps misinterpreting news stories.

    TV-14 6min December 10, 2005
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    4. -04 Darrell, as Bill O'Reilly, does a show about Iran's acquisition of nuclear arms.

    TV-14 6min April 15, 2006
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    5. -05 Will, as Brian Williams, reports the news about the fact that John McCain is old.

    TV-14 5min March 15, 2008

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Genres Comedy
Season year 2008
Network NBC

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By Mike Lemon on January 21, 2012
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I started with 3 stars but decide to go to 4. SNL is still funny, though I think time has made it less so.

I still enjoy going back and watching some of the classics. Some are still classic and well worth watching not to mention funny today. Some skits though are not as funny. Maybe they were not so funny back then either.

Still worth watching again. The classic 80's era of SNL was the best with Belushi and the crew.
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