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The hilarious antics of one of SNL 's all-time favorites are so many in number that a second collection was warranted to continue his outrageous best-of" moments. Includes Janet Reno's Dance Party," The Lovers," James Lipton's Inside the Actor's Studio," the classic Wake Up and Smile," the legendary Bill Brasky" and many more. 2004/color/79 min/NR/fullscreen.
There is no drop-off in laughs from the first to second volume of Will Ferrell's work on Saturday Night Live. Giggle along with his recurring characters, including James Lipton (interviewing Kate Hudson as a wonderfully ditzy Drew Barrymore), a wickedly clever George W. Bush, and one-half of the smarmy Lovers couple. This volume spotlights Ferrell's ability to go successfully over-the-top whether as an overbearing boss (check out how long he keeps stabbing a doomed coworker), a strict airplane pilot, an absent-minded doctor, or the world's oldest baby. There's plenty of unabashed (near) nudity and risky violence, which keeps the SNL tradition of "Not Ready for Prime Time"; check out what longtime hosts of the morning talk show resort to when the much-needed teleprompter fails. All that plus "Janet Reno's Dance Party" (with guest Rudy Giuliani) makes this the perfect pick-up for those who could not get enough of Ferrell with volume 1. --Doug Thomas
How can you not like anything written about Will Ferrell? This book is packed with the best of Will on SNL. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rockinroller
I love these dvd's. I have all 3. You can't go wrong and you will be laughing.Published 8 months ago by Uriel 888
Laughed all the way through. Will is so entertaining, and makes any skit he's in funnier than it would have been without him. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Tammy Ruggles
Obviously comedy is subjective, but this made me laugh pretty consistently. Sure, like any SNL compilation, there were some sketches that were lackluster ("VH1's... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ian L.