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Saturday Night Live (Season 32) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Saturday Night Live aired its thirty-second season during the 2006-2007 television season. Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch left after the previous season to work on the NBC sitcom 30 Rock while Chris Parnell, Horatio Sanz, and Finesse Mitchell were fired due to budget cuts. Bill Hader, Andy Samberg, Jason Sudeikis, and Kristen Wiig were immediately moved up to repertory status. Due to budget cuts, no new repertory castmembers or featured players were hired, a phenomenon that hasn't happened on the show since its 23rd season (the 1997-1998 season). After a long slump in the ratings starting after season 27, this season's episodes have pulled in big numbers in episodes hosted by Dane Cook, Alec Baldwin, Jeremy Piven, Rainn Wilson, and Peyton Manning. With Tina Fey's departure, Saturday Night Live returned to having one male and one female anchor on Weekend Update with the inclusion of Seth Meyers as Amy Poehler's co-anchor. Don Roy King was hired as SNL's newest director. Much like season 31, Andy Samberg created another popular Digital Short that aired around Christmastime; this time, it was the risque, R&B video spoof "Dick in a Box" (on the episode with Justin Timberlake as host and musical guest). The short won a Creative Arts Emmy for Outstanding Music and Lyrics. This season began on September 30, 2006 and ended on May 19, 2007 with 20 episodes produced. A clip show special called "Saturday Night Live: The Best of '06-'07," highlighting SNL's best sketches and Weekend Update segments from this season has aired twice on television, and is now available on DVD. Contents [hide] 1 Cast 1.1 Repertory players 1.2 Featured players 2 Listings 3 Episodes 4 Sources  Cast  Repertory players Fred Armisen Will Forte Bill Hader Darrell Hammond Seth Meyers Amy Poehler Maya Rudolph Andy Samberg Jason Sudeikis Kenan Thompson Kristen Wiig  Featured players (none)  Listings The listings that were during the 2006-2007 season in chronological order, including the summer. September 30, 2006: Dane Cook/The Killers (32.1, live) October 7, 2006: Jaime Pressley/Corinne Bailey Rae (32.2, live) October 14, 2006: Dane Cook/The Killers (32.1, repeat) October 21, 2006: John C. Reilly/My Chemical Romance (32.3, live) October 28, 2006: Hugh Laurie/Beck (32.4, live) November 4, 2006: The Best of Darrell Hammond (special, new) November 11, 2006: Alec Baldwin/Christina Aguilera (32.5, live) November 18, 2006: Ludacris (32.6, live) November 25, 2006: Hugh Laurie/Beck (32.4, repeat) December 2, 2006: Matthew Fox/Tenacious D (32.7, live) December 9, 2006: Annette Bening/Gwen Stefani, Akon (32.8, live) December 16, 2006: Justin Timberlake (32.9, live) December 23, 2006: Jack Black/Neil Young (31.9, repeat) December 30, 2006: Matthew Fox/Tenacious D (32.7, repeat) January 6, 2007: Alec Baldwin/Christina Aguilera (32.5, repeat) January 13, 2007: Jake Gyllenhaal/The Shins (32.10, live) January 20, 2007: Jeremy Piven/AFI (32.11, live) January 27, 2007: Ludacris (32.6, repeat) February 3, 2007: Drew Barrymore/Lily Allen (32.12, live) February 10, 2007: Forest Whitaker/Keith Urban (32.13, live) February 17, 2007: Justin Timberlake (32.9, repeat) February 24, 2007: Rainn Wilson/Arcade Fire (32.14, live) March 3, 2007: Jake Gyllenhaal/The Shins (32.10, repeat) March 10, 2007: Drew Barrymore/Lily Allen (32.12, repeat) March 17, 2007: Julia Louis-Dreyfus/Snow Patrol (32.15, live) March 24, 2007: Peyton Manning/Carrie Underwood (32.16, live) March 31, 2007: Jeremy Piven/AFI (32.11, repeat) April 7, 2007: Rainn Wilson/Arcade Fire (32.14, repeat) April 14, 2007: Shia LaBeouf/Avril Lavigne (32.17, live)
April 21, 2007: Scarlett Johansson/Björk (32.18, live) April 28, 2007: Peyton Manning/Carrie Underwood (32.16, repeat) May 5, 2007:' The Best of 2006-2007 (special, new) May 12, 2007: Molly Shannon/Linkin Park (32.19, live) May 19, 2007: Zach Braff/Maroon 5 (32.20, live) May 26, 2007: Jaime Pressley/Corinne Bailey Rae (32.2, repeat) June 2, 2007: Pre-empted June 9, 2007: Alec Baldwin/Christina Aguilera (32.5, repeat) June 16, 2007: Molly Shannon/Linkin Park (32.19, repeat) June 23, 2007: Zach Braff/Maroon 5 (32.20, repeat) June 30, 2007: Matthew Fox/Tenacious D (32.7, repeat) July 7, 2007: Forest Whitaker/Keith Urban (32.13, repeat) July 14, 2007: Rainn Wilson/Arcade Fire (32.14, repeat) July 21, 2007: Justin Timberlake (32.9, repeat) July 28, 2007: Julia Louis-Dreyfus/Snow Patrol (32.15, repeat) August 4, 2007: Shia LaBeouf/Avril Lavigne (32.17, repeat) August 11, 2007: Hugh Laurie/Beck (32.4, repeat) August 18, 2007: Pre-empted August 25, 2007: The Best of 2006/2007 (special, repeat) September 1, 2007: Scarlett Johannson/Björk (32.18, repeat) September 8, 2007: Peyton Manning/Carrie Underwood (32.16, repeat) September 15, 2007: Molly Shannon/Linkin Park (32.19, repeat) September 22, 2007: Jake Gyllenhaal/The Shins (32.10, repeat)  Episodes Episode Number Date Host(s) Musical Guest(s) Remarks 605 (32.1) September 30, 2006 Dane Cook The Killers According to in-home live-plus-same-day viewership figures from Nielsen Media Research, this episode had a 3.2 rating, 13 share in 18-49 and 6.7 million viewers overall. Starting with this episode, Seth Meyers is the new Weekend Update anchor with Amy Poehler. Dane Cook was one of 4 hosts to host SNL after hosting just last year. This is the first episode featuring new director, Don Roy King. Brian Williams made a cameo appearance at the start of Weekend Update. This episode has a different representation of the Saturday Night Live logo and how the host and musical guests appear in the opening credits than what's depicted in the next episode. Lenny Pickett, Earl Gardner, and Steve Turre accompanied the Killers as the horn section during their 2nd song, "Bones." This is the first season premiere since the Heather Graham/Marc Anthony episode in Season 25 that did not include any featured players or new cast members. For reasons unknown, NBC reaired this episode just 2 weeks later. This marks the shortest span of time between an episode and its repeat. 606 (32.2) October 7, 2006 Jaime Pressly Corinne Bailey Rae Jaime Pressly was two months pregnant while hosting this episode. Like the previous episode, this episode featured a different logo than either the previous week's or the next live show's. The logo was the same as that used from 1981-85. In repeats, all instances of it were omitted for the logo as seen starting on the 14 October 2006 episode (repeat.) Oddly, the mid-commercial break bumper/teases for all episodes this season and in season 33, in repeats only, feature this 81-85 style logo. In the only rebroadcast of this episode, which was on May 26, 2007, the Jon Bovi sketch was switched with the NasCarettes sketch, and the third edition of the New York Stories was not shown. 607 (32.3) October 21, 2006 John C. Reilly My Chemical Romance John's Talledega Nights co-star Will Ferrell made a cameo appearance as James Lipton during Reilly's monologue. This episode was the first live episode to feature the logo as would be used for the rest of season 32 and 33, though the repeat of the Dane Cook/The Killers episode the previous week was the first show ever to feature the new, third logo revision. 608 (32.4) October 28, 2006 Hugh Laurie Beck Hugh Laurie sang an original comedic song. Sacha Baron Cohen made a cameo appearance during the cold opening as Borat. Reports appeared in November that following the show, Laurie and Cohen went out in New York City with Cohen interacting with others in-character. This resulted in a man physically assaulting Cohen after being insulted by the Borat character, until Laurie broke up the fight. Beck performed "Nausea" and "Clap Hands." 609 (32.5) November 11, 2006 Alec Baldwin Christina Aguilera This episode averaged a 3.3 rating, 13 share in 18-49 and 7.4 million viewers overall (SNL's highest since the first time Julia Louis-Dreyfus hosted in season 31). When this episode reran on January 6, it delivered a 3.4 rating, 14 share in adults 18-49 and 7.6 million viewers overall, which was more than the original airing. With this show, Alec Baldwin has hosted 13 times, surpassing John Goodman. On the December 1, 2007 repeat of this episode (which aired when SNL was on hiatus due to the Writers' Guild strike), The Awkward Carpool sketch was cut and replaced by the "Urigro" fake commercial and the "First Person in the History of the World To Dance" sketch from the episode hosted by Jeremy Piven. This episode was repeated for a record-making 3
times on NBC. Cameos include Tina Fey & Tracy Morgan in the monologue, Takeru Kobayashi during TV Funhouse, Steve Martin, Martin Short, & Paul McCartney in the Platinum Lounge sketch, and Tony Bennett both during The Tony Bennett Show sketch and singing with Aguilera before the closing credits. Martin Short mentioned in an interview on Late Night With Conan O'Brien that only he, Steve Martin, and Lorne were aware that McCartney was in the building before he appeared on camera. The NBC rerun on June 9, 2007 cuts the ending of the Carpool sketch where Kristen Wiig's character turns on the radio and Bobby McFerrin's "Don't Worry, Be Happy" plays on the radio (the sketch ends after Alec Baldwin's character says, "Bobby McFerrin raped my grandmother!"); this is also how the sketch ended on the SNL special "The Best of the 2006-2007 Season." Alec Baldwin's episode was credited for the May 5, 2007 version of "The Best of 2006-2007" special because of "Awkward Carpool," but the sketch was cut out of the August 25, 2007 rerun due to the Molly Shannon's Penelope sketch. 610 (32.6) November 18, 2006 Ludacris Mary J. Blige performs with Ludacris during his second performance, "Runaway Love." Jason Sudeikis opens the show impersonating George W. Bush, taking over the role from Will Forte. 611 (32.7) December 2, 2006 Matthew Fox Tenacious D Jason Reed cameos during the performance of "The Metal." 612 (32.8) December 9, 2006 Annette Bening Gwen Stefani Akon Alec Baldwin makes a cameo during the monologue. Also, the Valtrex commercial from Baldwin's November episode is repeated in this episode. The "Pep Talk" Digital Short from this episode was cut from last week's episode, this was clear from the appearance of Matthew Fox. The final sketch (the Cat Lawyer fake commercial) was pre-emptively ended when the show displays a title card, cuts audio soon after, and then cuts to commercial early. As of December 2007, this episode has never re-aired on NBC. 613 (32.9) December 16, 2006 Justin Timberlake Timberlake becomes the third in SNL history to simultaneously be a host and musical guest more than once, next to Garth Brooks and Britney Spears. Jimmy Fallon appeared in the Barry Gibb Talk Show sketch, and also introduced "What Goes Around..." Cameron Diaz, Timberlake's girlfriend at the time, introduced "My Love." After the episode, NBC put an uncensored version of the Digital Short "Dick in a Box" on their website and YouTube. The uncensored version is prefaced with a warning stating that the Digital Short has explicit language that was bleeped out on the TV version. It quickly became an internet phenomenon; much like "Lazy Sunday" did a year earlier and won an Emmy in 2007. 614 (32.10) January 13, 2007 Jake Gyllenhaal The Shins 615 (32.11) January 20, 2007 Jeremy Piven AFI Rapper Common makes a cameo appearance. This episode dominated its time period with a 3.0 rating, 11 share in 18-49 and 6.7 million viewers overall. 616 (32.12) February 3, 2007 Drew Barrymore Lily Allen With this episode, Barrymore becomes the second female celebrity to host five times after Candice Bergen. No other female celebrity has hosted more than five times. Darrell Hammond does not appear live during the episode. Horatio Sanz makes a guest appearance as Elton John during the "Donatella Versace Super Bowl Special." This is the only episode this season to feature Seth Meyers outside of Weekend Update. 617 (32.13) February 10, 2007 Forest Whitaker Keith Urban 618 (32.14) February 24, 2007 Rainn Wilson Arcade Fire Arcade Fire appear in the SNL Digital Short, Office Crisis. Rashida Jones cameos as Karen Filippelli in the monologue's parody of The Office. In the March 31 and July 14 reruns of the episode, Bill Hader's character mentioning that his father had Down Syndrome was bleeped out during the "Danny's Song Memories" sketch after NBC received complaints over the usage of the phrase. 619 (32.15) March 17, 2007 Julia Louis-Dreyfus Snow Patrol Chris Rock appears in the cold open, giving his insight on the 2008 presidential election; he suggested that there would be no reason that America would not be ready for a black president because "...we just had a retarded one." With this episode, Julia Louis-Dreyfus becomes the first female SNL castmember to host more than once. Darrell Hammond does not appear in this episode (his Weekend Update commentary as John McCain was cut after dress-rehearsal) 620 (32.16) March 24, 2007 Peyton Manning Carrie Underwood Eli Manning, Archie Manning, Cooper Manning and Olivia Manning make cameos; Dan Aykroyd has a cameo during Weekend Update as a crying fan of Sanjaya Malakar. Manning hosted the show on his thirty-first birthday. During the goodnights, a cake was wheeled out by his brothers Eli and Cooper and a rendition of Happy Birthday was performed by the Saturday
Night Live band. Darrell Hammond is again absent from the live showing of this episode (his Weekend Update commentary as Rudy Giuliani was cut after dress-rehearsal) The dress rehearsal version of the monologue originally had Amy Poehler as a New England Patriots fan who heckles Manning. Both the dress rehearsal and the live show monologue had the joke about Tom Brady and the circus having two more rings than Manning. This episode dominated its timeslot with a 3.5 rating, 15 share in 18-49 and 7.9 million viewers overall. 621 (32.17) April 14, 2007 Shia LaBeouf Avril Lavigne Alec Baldwin cameos in the filmed commercial parody entitled Hathaway Mustache Ride Company. It was written by James Downey and was filmed during an off week in April. Amy Poehler was originally supposed to appear in the commercial, but was too busy promoting the movie Blades of Glory. Lavigne appears as Elle Fanning in Dakota Fanning Show sketch. The Digital Short The Shooting is removed from the iTunes version of the episode due to the Virginia Tech shootings that happened two days after this sketch aired, and was quickly removed from NBC.com and YouTube due to NBC's inability to clear the song "Hide and Seek" used in the short. Despite NBC's inability to clear the rights, the Digital Short aired in its entirety when the episode was rerun on August 4. 622 (32.18) April 21, 2007 Scarlett Johansson Björk Sen. Charles Schumer makes a pre-taped cameo in the cold opening. 623 (32.19) May 12, 2007 Molly Shannon Linkin Park With this episode, Molly Shannon is the second female former cast member to come back and host (Julia Louis-Dreyfus is the first), and the first female castmember who worked under Lorne Michaels to host (Louis-Dreyfus was a castmember under Dick Ebersol from 1982 to 1985). 624 (32.20) May 19, 2007 Zach Braff Maroon 5 According to their publicists, Johnny Depp and Matt Damon declined offers to host the season finale. Zach's Scrubs co-stars Donald Faison and Sarah Chalke were in attendance for this episode. Preceded by Season 31 Saturday Night Live Season 32 Succeeded by Season 33  Sources ^ Timberlake Emmy Nod For Raunchy TV Song, Singer's Nominated "Saturday Night Live" Ditty Is Also A Hit On YouTube - CBS News [show]v • d • eSaturday Night Live History 1975–1980 • 1980–1985 • 1985–1990 • 1990–1995 • 1995–2000 • 2000–2005 • 2005–Present Seasons 1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 • 7 • 8 • 9 • 10 • 11 • 12 • 13 • 14 • 15 • 16 • 17 • 18 • 19 • 20 • 21 • 22 • 23 • 24 • 25 • 26 • 27 • 28 • 29 • 30 • 31 • 32 • 33 • 34 Related lists Hosts and musical guests (Five-Timers) • Compilation albums and videos • Commercials • Cast members • Writers Recurring characters and sketches Alphabetical • Chronological • By Cast Member • List of recurring Musical Sketches • Weekend Update characters • Short-lived recurring characters Sketch lists TV shows • Animal • Musical • SNL Digital Shorts • TV Funhouse episodes Sketches A Nonpartisan Message from Governor Sarah Palin & Senator Hillary Clinton • Decabet • Barry Gibb Talk Show • Bill Swerski's Superfans • The Blues Brothers • Celebrity Jeopardy! • The Chris Farley Show • Coffee Talk • The Coneheads • The Continental • The Cork Soakers • Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey • Delicious Dish • Gap Girls • Goth Talk • Happy Fun Ball • Hollywood Minute • Jeffrey's • Landshark • Larry the Lobster • Lazy Sunday • More cowbell • The Needlers • Nick Burns, Your Company's Computer Guy • Olympia Cafe • Rialto Grande • The Schoeners • Sprockets • Theodoric of York, Medieval Barber • TV Funhouse • Wake Up and Smile • Wayne's World •
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