SNL Transcripts: Ellen Degeneres: 12/15/01


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December 15th, 2001

Ellen Degeneres

No Doubt

Mayor Rudolph Guiliani

  • CBS Terrorist Update

    Osama bin Laden (Will Ferrell) video reveals contest of ideas.

    Recurring Characters: Dan Rather.

  • Ellen Degeneres’ Monologue

    Degeneres admits that lesbianism was just for one-upmanship.

  • The Culps

    Culps (Will Ferrell, Ana Gasteyer) sing at mall pageant.

    Recurring Characters: Marty Culp, Bobbie Mohan-Culp.

  • Kitty Singleton, Federal Agent

    Federal Agent (Degeneres) gets beaten during undercover case.

  • TV Funhouse

    “The Narrator That Ruined Christmas” blames 9/11 attacks.

  • No Doubt performs “Hey, Baby”

  • Weekend Update with Jimmy Fallon & Tina Fey

    Tracy Morgan provides selfish romantic gift ideas.

    Tina and Jimmy sing tribute to Mayor Rudolph Guiliani.

  • Mango

    Degeneres turns back on lesbianism for romance with Mango (Chris Kattan).

    Recurring Characters: Mango.

  • Family Vacation

    Traveling family leave home vulnerable to self-disaster.

  • My Big Thick Novel

    Sigh in front of aliens covers for unnoticed flatulence.

  • Christmas Stepmother

    Grown kids (Seth Meyers, Amy Poehler) hate substitute mom (Degeneres).

  • Dick Cheney’s Snowglobe

    Cheney (Darrell Hammond) reflects whole shaking snowglobe.

    Snowglobed Horatio Sanz, Jimmy Fallon, Chris Kattan, Tracy Morgan Christmas ditty.

    Recurring Characters: Dick Cheney.

  • No Doubt performs “Hella Good”

  • Goodnights

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