Making Out Backstage


02h: Al Gore / Phish

Making Out Backstage

…..Al Gore
…..Lorne Michaels
…..Jimmy Fallon
…..Tipper Gore
…..Chris Kattan
…..Maya Rudolph
…..Tracy morgan


Al Gore: Lorne, have you seen Tipper?

Lorne Michaels: She just went to see.. if your guests got in okay.

Al Gore: That was more than ten minutes ago!

Lorne Michaels: It was five.

Al Gore: You don’t understand, Lorne – this isa the longest we’ve been apart!

Lorne Michaels: [ surprised ] Really?

Al Gore: And I don’t think I can do this show without her!

Lorne Michaels: Honestly.. I think it’s going to be fine.

[ Jimmy Fallon enters hallway ]

Jimmy Fallon: Hey, guys.

Al Gore: Jimmy, Jimmy! Have you seen my wife?

Jimmy Fallon: Uh, yeah.. I just passed her in the hallway.

Al Gore: Oh! Is she heading this way!

Jimmy Fallon: Maybe.. I don’t know..

Al Gore: [ flustered ] You don’t know??!! Look! You don’t understand! My wife is missing!

Jimmy Fallon: Here she is.

[ Tipper enters hallway ]

Tipper Gore: Hi. I got them in.

Al Gore: [ excited ] Tipper! [ rushes in and wraps Tipper in an extreme kiss ]

Jimmy Fallon: Look at that. Isn’t that nice?

Lorne Michaels: [ thinking ] It is.

Jimmy Fallon: They must really love each other. [ struggling to fill the awkward silence ] You don’t see many married couples this affectionate.

Lorne Michaels: No.. no, you don’t.

Jimmy Fallon: I think it’s nice.

[ they watch as Al and Tipper never come up for air ]

Jimmy Fallon: So, you going anywhere for the holiday?

Lorne Michaels: Um.. we’ll be in the city for Christmas, then out to the country. How about you?

Jimmy Fallon: I’m gonna go down to L.A. to take a meeting on a sitcom I’m doing next Fall.

Lorne Michaels: [ surprised ] You’re not coming back to the show?

Jimmy Fallon: Uh.. no.

Lorne Michaels: Really?

[ Chris Kattan and Maya Rudolph enter the hall, looking upon Al and Tipper ]

Chris Kattan: Ohh.. that is really sweet, isn’t it?

Lorne Michaels: Yeah.

Jimmy Fallon: I-I-I was thinking.. maybe we should try to get them to stop.

Lorne Michaels: I’m sure they’re just about finished.

[ Al and Tipper still don’t come up for air ]

Jimmy Fallon: I think we should try to get them to stop!

Lorne Michaels: [ nudging Al ] Al? Al? The thing is.. the show is about to start, so you might think about, maybe, wrapping it up..

Maya Rudolph: Hey, Lorne, is she alright?

Lorne Michaels: What do you mean?

Maya Rudolph: I mean, look at her – I don’t think she can breathe.

[ Tipper’s arms begin to flail in distress ]

Lorne Michaels: Al! You’ve got to stop. We’re worried about Tipper. Honestly. [ to Jimmy ] Jimmy, get Tracy. [ Jimmy runs down the hall ] We think you may be suffocating her, Al..

[ Maya grabs Tipper’s arm and feels for a pulse ]

Maya Rudolph: Hurry!! We’re losing her!!

Lorne Michaels: Al? Please, I’m begging you..

[ Tracy Morgan saunters into the hallway ]

Lorne Michaels: Tracy, have you got your tazer?

Tracy Morgan: Yep! Right here! [ pulls tazer out of jacket ] You giving me authoritization?

Lorne Michaels: [ confidently ] I am.

Tracy Morgan: Okay. Move back. Stand back. [ everyone moves aside ] Mr. Gore, sir! Let her go!

Lorne Michaels: Do it.

[ Tracy zaps Al Gore with the tazer ] [ Al springs loose from Tipper, in a daze, then, realizing he’s not locked to her lips, returns to the exact same position as before ]

Tracy Morgan: Damn! Mother-!

[ Tracy zaps Al gain ]

Al Gore: Whe-whe-where am I..?

Lorne Michaels: Al, you’ve been hit by a tazer. You’ll be alright in a minute. Tipper, are you alright? Can you speak?

Tipper Gore: “Live, from New York, it’s Saturday Night!

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Author: Don Roy King

Don Roy King is directing his fourteenth season of Saturday Night Live. That work has earned him nine Emmys and thirteen nominations. Additionally, he has been nominated for thirteen DGA Awards and won in 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019. Mr. King is also the creative director of Broadway Worldwide which brings theatrical events to theaters. The company has produced Smokey Joe’s Café; Putting It Together with Carol Burnett; Jekyll & Hyde; and Memphis, all directed by Mr. King. He completed the screen capture of Broadway's Romeo & Juliet in 2013. - LinkedIn

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