Watch the best of this week's "Saturday Night Live," including surprise appearances from Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch in a Super Bowl-themed sketch.
With so much to watch on TV, it can be difficult to plan ahead. Here are the five shows you won’t want to miss the week of July 3.
Captain Holt reveals that the NYPD is shutting down some precincts, and Amy is surprised to learn that her ex-boyfriend Teddy is the auditor sent to the Nine-Nine.
New Girl Brooklyn 99 Are Crossing Over, Awkwardly In a TV-time-honored attempt to goose the ratings of a couple of shows in need of a goosing, Fox has declared Tuesday night’s episodes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and New Girl a “crossover event.” The casts do indeed cross over, but the result barely qualifies as an event. The show shows are time-period neighbors, so Brooklyn Nine-Nine is up first, with a main plot that involves the precinct coping with exhaustion and sagging morale at pulling the night shift. Also, Andy Samberg does a lot of slapstick work as his Jake copes with a limp and a cane.
Summer officially started this week, so this Saturday Night Live throwback clip celebrates the best season of the year, at least when you were a kid, because school was off and summer camp was on! This sketch took place in May 2014, when Andy Samberg returned to Studio 8H to host for the first time since leaving SNL.
As we mentioned in yesterday’s report from the set of PopStar: Never Stop Never Stopping, there are roughly a cajillion celebrity cameos in the concert mockumentary from Lonely Island’s masterminds Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone, and Akiva Schaffer.
During a game of ‘Catchphrase’ on The Tonight Show Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper took some creative liberties with the contest. Fellow guests Gigi Hadid and Andy Samberg were playing by the rules, but fell victim to Harper’s cheating once again at the closing bell.
It’s late at night, you’ve had a few drinks, there’s soft jazz playing in the background — sounds like the perfect setting to make a booty call. And then Andy Samberg’s super-weird, socially-awkward Lionel picks up the phone. Talk about a cold shower! Singer Alicia Keys is the musical guest this week on Saturday Night Live, with host Brie Larson.
Throughout Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s third season, viewers may or may not have noticed producers hiding the real-life pregnancy of co-star Melissa Fumero (Amy) in the traditional TV ways.
Whether you’re tuning in because you’re looking forward to rooting for your favorite show or you’ve been dragged begrudgingly to your girlfriend’s BFF’s viewing party, we totally get it: After awhile, watching the Emmys can get a little dry. With our favorite nominees in mind — and the tasty Emmy night cocktails our friends at Yahoo Food came up with — rules for such a game started flowing from our brains like Cristal at a Puff Daddy party. 2. Any time the camera shows Amy Poehler, Amy Schumer, or Julia Louis-Dreyfus in a bit or sketch, take your drink into the bathroom and practice your spit-take, 'cuz they funny.
Sex, drugs, accidental shootings, sports prodigies, career rises and falls, comebacks, endorsements, mullets, male nudity, and Taiwanese animation re-enactments of Swedish prison sex parties… HBO's new sports mockumentary co-starring Kit Harington has it all.