SNL Transcripts: Drew Barrymore: 10/13/01


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Musical Guest:

Special Guests:

October 13th, 2001

Drew Barrymore

Macy Gray

Tom Green

Colin Quinn

  • A Message From the Vice-President of the United States

    Dick Cheney (Darrell Hammond) reports from a secret cave in Afghanistan.

    Recurring Characters: Vice-President Dick Cheney.

  • Drew Barrymore’s Monologue

    Mayor’s courage brought Drew to New York despite anthrax in the building.

  • Crossing Over with John Edwards

    John Edwards’ (Will Ferrell) psychic predictions are far from accurate.

  • Love-ahs

    Love-ahs Roger (Will Ferrell) & Virginia (Rachel Dratch) play hot tub matchmakers.

    Recurring Characters: Roger, Virginia.

  • Willy Wonka: 30th Anniversary DVD

    Features outtakes, rejected screen tests and “Where Are They Now?”

  • TV Funhouse

    “Fun With Real Audio” segment shows a retooling of Emeril’s sitcom.

  • First Liberty Savings Bank

    Founder’s failure of a son (Will Ferrell) marks the money for sale.

  • Macy Gray performs “Sexual Revolution”

  • Weekend Update with Jimmy Fallon & Tina Fey

    Gay Hitler (Chris Kattan) visits.

    Colin Quinn explains what’s going on in Afghanistan.

    Neil Diamond (Will Ferrell) sings “Turn On Your Heartlight”.

    Recurring Characters: Neil Diamond.

  • Action Talk Show

    Klaus Von Braunman (Chris Kattan) and direct-to-video action movies.

  • “King Kong” On WUUB

    To save money, Public Broadcasting station recreates “King Kong” remake.

  • Lesbian Feminist Singers

    Monica (Barrymore) & Lelani (Maya Rudolph) sing despite interruptions.

  • Macy Gray performs “Sweet Baby”

  • My Big Thick Novel

    Author can’t fathom “When dinosaurs ruled the earth” cliche.

  • Goodnights

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    Author: Don Roy King

    Don Roy King has directed fourteen seasons of Saturday Night Live. That work has earned him ten Emmys and fourteen nominations. Additionally, he has been nominated for fifteen DGA Awards and won in 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020.

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