SNL Transcripts: Tobey Maguire: 04/15/00

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 Saturday Night Live Transcripts


  Season 25: Episode 17


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April 15th, 2000

Tobey Maguire

Sisqo

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Lorne Michaels

Adam McKay

Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown

Steve Buscemi
The Studio 8-H RulesSummary: Tobey Maguire recites the studio’s rules to the cast members.

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Montage

Tobey Maguire’s MonologueSummary: Tobey Maguire has to endure the antics of audience member, Keith (Adam McKay), who mistakes him for the movie “Jerry Maguire”.

Recurring Characters: Keith.

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Celebrity Jeopardy!Summary: Sean Connery (Darrell Hammond) vs. Hilary Swank (Jimmy Fallon) and Keanu Reeves (Tobey Maguire).

Recurring Characters: Alex Trebek, Sean Connery, Keanu Reeves, Ricky Martin, Chad Lowe.

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Burger CastleSummary: Nadeen (Cheri Oteri) quiets down customers at Burger Castle by telling them to “Simmer down now!”

Recurring Characters: Nadeen.

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TV FunhouseSummary: Rob Smigel has some “Fun With Real Audio”.

Inside The Actor’s StudioSummary: James Lipton (Will Ferrell) is enamored by former “Saved by the Bell” second banana, Dustin Diamond (Tobey Maguire).

Recurring Characters: James Lipton, Dustin Diamond.

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Attebury Tennis LessonRecurring Characters: Ginger Attebury, Leslie Attebury.

Weekend Update with Colin QuinnRecurring Characters: Angelina Jolie, James Haven Voight, Qrplt*xk, Joy Lipton.

Sisqo performs “The Thong Song”

Yoga ClassSummary: A yoga student (Will Ferrell) fulfills his dream of achieving oral self-gratification.

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Stavenhagen’s Pawn ShopSummary: A film by Adam McKay.

Porno Magazines

WestlinkSummary: A company so advanced that even they don’t know what they do.

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GoodnightsTranscript

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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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