And Rachel Dratch's Debbie Downer piles on the bad news about COVID-19 in a gas mask at a wedding reception.
These SNL-themed wines pay homage to the late show’s dry humor.
I know there is a fruitcake on the moon--watch out, the next sighting may not be a falling meteorite; it could be that covert
Tip of the week: Know what you can afford and don't be afraid to say no. You can always say yes later when your financial planning pays off with some big dividends.
Like a palate cleanser, your negative friend will reset your mood so that no matter who you talk to next, you'll be pleasantly
Sometimes, we unknowingly give toxic individuals influence over our thoughts, behaviors, and feelings. Whether you spend two hours complaining about a mother-in-law you don't like, or you let an angry customer ruin your day, it's important to regain your personal power.
Yeah! It first aired on May 1, 2004. Oh my gosh! I did not know it’s been that long. Let’s celebrate. Time is ever marching
Rachel Dratch, best known for her Debbie Downer character on Saturday Night Live, recently volunteered her comedic talents for a televised public-service announcement.
Fashion Week is not the only example, but it's a great one. You can't win! If you're not into fashion, the whole thing is
Here's ETP's recap of Saturday night's Live SNL stage show at the UCB, from host Michael Cera's monologue to musical guest Yo La Tengo to Will Forte's golden-sheathed codpiece to what Norah Jones and Fred Armisen's naked butt have in common.