|SNL Rerun: Christopher Walken.
||[Sep. 21st, 2003|12:14 am]
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I've watched SNL for a long, long time.
I don't watch it as much in present day, as I prefer the great first years, with Chevy Chase, Bill Murray, Dan Akroyd, and John Belushi, Gilda Radner, Jane Curtin, and Steve Martin. The late 1980s, with Dennis Miller, Jon Lovitz, Phil Hartman, those were the great shows, as well as the shows with Eddie Murphy, Mike Myers, Dana Carvey . . . they had some great years.
I like Tracy Morgan, ever since he imitated Fridge Perry doing the 'Super Bowl Shuffle.'
Christopher Walken happens to be one of the better and more frequent SNL hosts. NBC should do a 'Greatest Christopher Walken' DVD, if they haven't . . . 'The Continental' is a great recurring skit.
They just replayed Colonel Angus from last year's show . . . great skit. For all you aspiring actors or actresses out there, if you can do comedy, you should certainly study SNL if you're from the North American continent. There's no better and quicker way to get yourself a national TV audience for your mug and your abilities. Plus, if you're halfway decent, they'll give you crappy movie deals to do your recurring character . . . and if you're a touch above halfway decent, you'll get bigger deals, like Dickie Roberts, lol.