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Join us as we explore old (and sometimes new) episodes of SNL, analyzing the show and the bizarre pop culture ephemera that surrounded it.

That Week In SNL That Week In SNL

    • TV & Film
    • 4.8, 14 Ratings

Join us as we explore old (and sometimes new) episodes of SNL, analyzing the show and the bizarre pop culture ephemera that surrounded it.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Girlluvzombies ,

Love it!

I am so glad that I found this podcast. I’m a huge SNL fan. I even own the VHS Time Life series of SNL early seasons of 15 tapes. I love how these guys break down the episodes. They tell it like it is. Keep up the great work and I’m excited to hear future episodes in the fall.

DanceGrooves ,

It makes you laugh AND think!

With great discussions and insights about SNL, awesome music sprinkled throughout and Andy’s slurred, salty, drunken rants, That Week in SNL is a gem of a podcast!

Dave6906 ,

Review of SNL 1977 Buck Henry finale

This is a review for a specific episode of the podcast. I wish these guys would review more episodes from the first 5 years of the show. I was in college at the time SNL started and actually lived through the era. Its interesting to hear an opinion of the old stuff from someone that is not ancient like myself. Anyway, back in the day, I don't remember TV shows making a big deal out of a "finale" show. It was simply the last show of the season and that was it. Today, of course, a big deal is made. But a lot of the criticism made here of this specific episodes seems to stem from it being inadequate as a "finale". I actually have no argument or disagreement with what these guys say about an old episode like this. I just feel compelled to get my opinion expressed since I was alive when it was first broadcast.I actually agree with some of what was said about Gilda Radner. At the time I was watching these original seasons Jane Curtin was my favorite female player on the show. I never could figure out what the deal was with Buck Henry either. I know he is funny and a talented writer, but seemed to be an awkward host.... Anyway, yes the podcast is worth listening to for a critical perspective.

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