Sunday, February 23, 2003

Another book I read over Christmas was Live from New York: An Uncensored History of Saturday Night Live. Truthfully, I've never seen a current episode of SNL that didn't suck, but back in the days when Comedy Central had no shows and aired SNL constantly, many of the early classics were often shown. The book is simply a compendium of unedited blurbs from actors and writers of the show, listed roughly in chronological order. The stories told are very interesting, but the book really doesn't function as a good timeline of the show. It's like the interviews and dialogues fill in all the holes around a timeline which everyone should supposably be familiar with. Still, the stories are a good behind the scenes glimpse of life near the show.

I advertised a sublease on my apartment with my current students and I've already gotten a few replies back. It's nice having a 'captive audience' who will definitely be around in the summertime.

This may be doctored, but it's still funny (420KB).
404: Weapons of Mass Destruction
If he deserves a star, then we all do. When was the last time he was funny?
Tonya Harding again

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