SNL Transcripts: Alec Baldwin: 04/20/02

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April 20th, 2002

Alec Baldwin

P.O.D.

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P.O.D., “Youth of the Nation”

  • Fox News: Blake Murder Mystery

    News anchors are excited about the hype surrounding Robert Blake case.

    Recurring Characters: Geralso Rivera.

  • Alec Baldwin’s Monologue

    Al Gore (Darrell Hammond) tries to stop Baldwin from saying anything crazy.

    Recurring Characters: Al Gore.

  • Kotex Classics

    (Repeat) See: 03/16/01.

  • Voice Mail

    Larry (Baldwin) discovers his voice sounds gay to other people.

  • White Men & Black Woman

    Rich white men dump their wives for older black women.

  • Ozzy Osbourne

    Osbourne family interrupts Ozzy’s (Horatio Sanz) recording session.

    Recurring Characters: Ozzy Osbourne.

  • The Cardinals

    The Pope (Baldwin) requests that priests keep privates to themselves.

  • Weekend Update with Jimmy Fallon & Tina Fey

    Ally McBeal (Rachel Dratch) objects to concellation of her show.
    Tobey Maguire (Seth Meyers) is non-energetic choice for Spiderman role.
    Tina Fey’s daughter Savannah (Amy Poehler) is embarrassed by Mom’s work.

    Recurring Characters: Ally McBeal.

  • P.O.D. performs “Youth of the Nation”

  • Love-ahs

    Surprise birthday party for Roger Clarvin (Will Ferrell).

    Recurring Characters: Roger Clarvin, Virginia Clarvin.

  • Anti-France Ad

    Let’s resume hating the French.

  • The Tony Bennett Show

    Bennett (Baldwin) makes fun of Liza Manelli’s (Maya Rudolph) husband.

    Recurring Characters: Liza Manelli.

  • TV Funhouse

    Anatominals embarrass Lorne Michaels in front of visiting Senate officials.

  • P.O.D. performs “Alive”

  • My Big Thick Novel

    Sight of knife-weilding clown elicits laugh from author.

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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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