SNL Transcripts: Jonny Moseley: 03/02/02


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March 3rd, 2002

Jonny Moseley


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Outkast, “The Whole World”

  • A Message From the President of the United States

    President Bush (Will Ferrell) adds Enron to his Access of Evil.

    Recurring Characters: President George W. Bush.

  • Jonny Moseley’s Monologue

    Moseley explains why coming in fourth place was more satisfying for him.

  • Boston Teens

    Sully (Jimmy Fallon) & Denise (Rachel Dratch) argue on ski lift.

    Recurring Characters: Sully, Denise, Frank.

  • The O’Reilly Factor

    Bill O’Reilly (Jeff Richards) doesn’t believe facts over his opinions.

  • Dismissed

    Goof (Moseley) chooses between slut (Maya Rudolph) and one-legged (Amy Poehler).

  • Jonny’s Journey

    Moseley’s dinner roll jump becomes flight around the world.

  • Weekend Update with Jimmy Fallon & Tina Fey

    Canadian skaters (Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler) want to finish hosting the show.
    Gossiper Hollywood (Chris Kattan) lists celebrity names without rumors.
    Jimmy Fallon’s clown joke results in premature pie throw.

  • Outkast performs “The Whole World”

  • Super Buzzers

    Game Show Network rerun features huge celebrity panel with no questions.

  • Typhoid Mary: The Musical

    Carol Channing replacement (Ana Gasteyer) puts damper on production.

  • My Big Thick Novel

    Author can’t take girlfriend back to civilization.

  • Outkast performs “Ms. Jackson”

  • Extreme Wedding

    Groom’s (Moseley) extreme wedding is too extreme for bride (Amy Poehler).

  • My Big Thick Novel

    Space alien girlfriend doesn’t comprehend planet Earth.

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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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    Matt Vandermast
    Matt Vandermast
    1 year ago

    Thanks as always for making all of these pages available. One tiny thing: Near the top, the date of the episode is given as “03/02/02.” A bit further down, it’s given as “March 3rd, 2002.” The first date is the correct one.