SNL Transcripts: Peyton Manning: 03/24/07: Air Force One



 Saturday Night Live Transcripts


  Season 32: Episode 16



06p: Peyton Manning / Carrie Underwood

Air Force One

A BLACK SCREEN. HEAVY DRAMATIC SCORE CUES IN.

The NIKE logo appears.

SUPER: AIR FORCE ONE

FADE IN:

EXT. BASKETBALL COURT – EARLY SPRING – DAY

Six men (ANDY SAMBERG, JASON SUDEIKIS, FRED ARMISEN, BILL HADER, WILL FORTE, and KENAN THOMPSON) stroll side-by-side in matching white-on-white tracksuits.

INT. BASKETBALL COURT

A game is in progress between all the men, now in various PT gear. Bill makes a shot and misses. Bill turns his head to Andy behind him and points at him.

Bill: Foul!

The ball’s in motion again. Will, shirtless, passes the ball to Bill. Bill passes it to Fred.

Fred: Short!

Fred shoots the ball and it bounces against the backboard and hits the rim. No shot.

Fred: Short!

Fred again shoots the ball. Ball fails to go into basket.

Fred: Short!

No one passes the ball to Fred.

EXT. BASKETBALL COURT

SLOW MOTION CLOSE-UPS of Sudeikis & Samberg moving forward on the camera.

INT. BASKETBALL COURT

Kenan makes a shot, but is thwarted by another player.

Kenan: Ow! Foul!

Jason gets the ball, but struggles to maintain it. Both offense and defense are playing sub-standard. Andy trips over Kenan’s back leg.

Andy: Ow! Ow!

EXT. BASKETBALL COURT

All men are side-by-side in their white tracksuits.

FREEZE FRAME

SUPER: AIR FORCE ONE. The way you play, you don’t need these shoes.

Announcer V/0: Air Force One. The way you play, you don’t need these shoes.

END

Submitted by: Cody Downs

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