SNL gets ready for red carpet Oscars drama with the sexual harassment awards, The Grabbies

With the issue of workplace sexual assault, harassment, and overall male shittiness not going anywhere thanks to the bravery and dedication of women in the Me Too and Time’s Up movements, Sunday’s usually placid Oscars pre-show has taken on an added tension. You know, since awards show smiler Ryan Seacrest is the…

Saturday Night Live quietly scrubs “creepy Safelite guy” sketch from existence

Last month, Saturday Night Live aired a sketch in which Beck Bennett played a Safelite AutoGlass repair tech turned stalker. As the repairman, Bennett meets a teen played by Melissa Villaseñor, and he begins intentionally smashing the windshield of her mother’s minivan in order to keep “coincidentally” bumping into…

Safelite isn't happy about that “creepy tech” sketch on SNL

The 43rd season of Saturday Night Live is still in its nascency so it hasn’t yet earned Trump’s ire, but it has managed to upset the good folks at Safelite AutoGlass. This weekend’s Gal Gadot-led outing included a sketch which saw Beck Bennett play a creepy, goateed Safelite tech who takes his on-call duties much more…

We asked the cast of the new DuckTales: Why is your duck the best duck?

As they gear up for the premiere this Saturday, each cast member of the DuckTales reboot makes their case for best duck. There is Danny Pudi’s Huey, the “logical and responsible one,” Ben Schwartz’s Dewey, who Schwartz describes as the “Leeroy Jenkins of the group,” Kate Micucci’s Webby, who’s “enthusiastic and…

The cast of the DuckTales reboot share their childhood memories of the original series

With the premiere of the long-awaited reboot of DuckTales around the corner—this Saturday, August 12—we’ve been in fits of nostalgia reminiscing about the original series, and who better to look back with than the voice cast of the new series? In the video above, we caught up with Ben Schwartz, Danny Pudi, Beck…

On SNL, Kellyanne Conway lets Jake Tapper know she will not be ignored

With Alec Baldwin hosting last night’s SNL (for the record 17th time), there was plenty of Donald Trump-bashing to be had. Baldwin’s Trump himself popped up on The People’s Court, presumably the “court” the real Trump was referring to when he infamously tweeted “SEE YOU IN COURT” at the federal judges who blocked his…

Has skewering Trump made Saturday Night Live great again?

Gwen Ihnat: This week, Variety reported that Saturday Night Live’s ratings are the highest they’ve been in over 20 years. The show recently placed second only to nerdy sitcom juggernaut The Big Bang Theory among viewers in the coveted 18- to 49-year-old demographic. There’s a pretty obvious reason for this ratings…