Black Man…..Tracy Morgan Country Man…..Chris Kattan Gas Station Attendant…..Horatio Sanz
[fade up to a black man]
Black man: The odds was against me.
[cut to a gas station attendant]
Gas station attendant: “Why don’t you give up?” they said.
[cut to a country man]
Country man: “People like you are just wasting your time.”
[cut to a middle-aged woman talking; moderately soft piano music plays throughout the rest of the commercial]
Announcer: All across America, people like these are [cut to a Native American man talking] proving the experts wrong. Believing in themselves and beating the odds. [dissolve to Lotto logo] Lotto.
[cut to an Asian woman]
Asian woman: I didn’t give up. [fade up caption “$50 Winner”]
[cut to country man]
Country man:I didn’t give up. [fade up caption “Won Extra Play”]
[cut to gas station attendant]
Gas station attendant: I didn’t give up. [fade up caption “$75 Winner,” then fade up “Shared with four co-workers” underneath]
[cut to Native American man]
Native American man:I didn’t give up. [dissolve to wider shot of Native American man with the other five people behind him; fade up caption “$11 Million Jackpot,” then fade up “Missed by only two digits” underneath]
[cut to Lotto logo]
[cut to black man]
Black man: Don’t ever let them tell you you can’t make it. [fade up caption “Non-Winner”]
…..Molly Shannon …..Tim Meadows Barbara Walters……Cheri Oteri
[ applause ]
Molly Shannon: Oh my god, Ricky Martin is so cute.
Tim Meadows: I know… God, it’s crazy.
Molly Shannon: Yeah.
Tim Meadows: Oh, he’s so cute.
Barbara Walters: Pardon me. I’m… Barbara Walters. World-renowned celebrity journalist, veteran anchor, and co-host of the hard-hitting news magazine, 20/20. Can you tell me where I might find tonight’s host, Miss Monica Lewinsky?
Molly Shannon: Well, she’s not the host, actually.
Barbara Walters: You see, I have to return a pack of gum to her. She left it in her dressing room right after our highly-rated, exclusive interview, on ABC.
Tim Meadows: Well, um, I could give it to her if you want.
Barbara Walters: I prefer to see her in person.
Molly Shannon: Well… it’s just a pack of gum. I mean, she probably doesn’t even care.
Barbara Walters: For the love of Pete, quit grilling me, you hussy. [ gasp ] Aah.
Tim Meadows: Why da-, why do you wanna see her so bad?
Barbara Walters: If you must know, Tim, I have more questions to ask about the phone sex. You see, I’m in a long-distance relationship with Rupert Murdoch, and I’m ready to take it to the next level. So, I need her advice.
Molly Shannon: Hm, you know what? Maybe try the ninth floor dressing rooms.
Barbara Walters: Ninth floor dressing rooms.
Molly Shannon: Mm-hm.
Barbara Walters: Where are they?
Tim Meadows: Ninth floor.
Barbara Walters: Aah. [ walking away ]: Monica… Monica…
Don Pardo: Ladies and gentlemen – Cuba Gooding, Jr.
Cuba: It is great to be back in New York. Actually, actually I was born in the South Bronx and I know you people know the South Bronx! Yeah, it’s good to see the old neighborhood…from the safety of a helicopter. When they asked me to host the show myfirst reaction naturally was great, it’ll be so nice to go back home, and my second was, how much do I get paid?
Audience member: (Blurts out) Show me the money!
Cuba: They told me — hey, listen now, wait, watch out, it’s my show. They told me, they told me a thousand dollars. Now, I’m a famous movie star, c’mon I won an Oscar for Jerry Maguire. A thousand dollars? A thousand dollars so you know, you know what I had to say to ’em. I said, Can I have fifteen hundred? and they said yes so it all worked out. So, I’m here in New York and I’m walking to work and I pass a Brinks armored truck in front of a bank. I’ve never seen a whole truck filled with stacks of hundred dollar bills, so I went up to the two guards and I said, Can I check out what’s in the truck? May I peruse thecurrency?
Crewmember guy’s mind: This I weird, why doesn’t he just say, Show me the money? He’s gotta say it. Say it!
Cuba: So, I went on my way. And later I ran into a friend of mine who had just bought some really old civil war coins, you know? And he was describing them to me and telling me how great they were. So I just looked at him and I was like, Hey! Can I take a gander at those coins? and he said, Hey man c’mon, c’mon ask me the way I want you to ask me. What’s the magic phrase, what’s the phrase from that movie? so I said, Okay, fine, I’ll say it I’ll say it Gimme the gun, Trey! you know thats from Boyz in the Hood.
Female audience member’s mind: (Sitting in audience) Just say, Show me the money, c’mon. I’m gonna get up there and say it. (Starts to get up then sits back down) No I’m not.
Horatio Sanz’s mind: (Off stage) You sick son of a bitch! Just say, Show me the money, dah, say it!
Jimmy Fallons mind: (Off stage) This is the guy, right? This is the guy who said it right; I’m not crazy, right? Maybe it’s not him, maybe I’m crazy. Oh my God, I’m crazy! Oh no wait, wait it is him. Okay, all right calm down. Dont let anyone see you. Maintain…maintain.
Horatio Sanz’s mind: Why doesn’t he just say, Show me the money? I can’t believe this, Jimmy.
Jimmy Fallons mind: I know, why doesn’t he just say it, Horatio? Wait a minute, how are we talking to each other in our thoughts? Oh my God! I am crazy! Why can’t he just say, Show me the money!
Cuba: …and I ended up passing on it. We’re gonna have a great time tonight, and oh…by the way, Show me the money! (Proceeds to do some break dance/touchdown dance thing)
[fade up to New York City skyline with smokestacks]
Voiceover: And now, from the news capital of the world, it’s Weekend Update with Colin Quinn!
[dissolve to Colin at the Update desk]
Colin Quinn: Hi! I’m Colin Quinn. Thank you….Thank you, folks!
This week, Kosovo refugees were greeted by Hillary Clinton as they arrived at Fort Dix, New Jersey. Mrs. Clinton told the refugees that they will have, quote, “the full support” of her and her husband. Followed by, “Hey, where is my husband?” Then, “Has anyone seen my husband?” And finally, “Okay, where’d that gypsy slut with the D cups go?”
As they settled into their temporary quarters in New Jersey, the weary travelers all had the same question: “What’s that smell?” [applause and some cheers]…[mocking a cheering audience member] Ye-es, Jersey…
Yesterday, NATO jets accidentally bombed the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade. The bombing marks a setback for both the peace plan and for Al Gore’s fundraising efforts.
Yesterday they hit the Chinese Embassy; before that, cluster bombs on a hospital and a market; plus earlier this week, a bus. Gee guys, good publicity stunt for NATO! Good move! But you missed the orphanage full of nuns and kittens!…These guys have the aim of Ted Kennedy at a Bennigan’s urinal. [applause and cheers]
In a “60 Minutes” interview with Milosevic’s wife, Mirjana Markovic, she complained about the nickname the West has given her husband: “The Butcher of the Balkans.” She also said she didn’t think it was fair when they called Kenny Rogers “The Coward of the County.”
A jury yesterday ordered “The Jenny Jones Show” to pay 25 million dollars to the family of a gay man who was shot and killed by a guest on the show after he revealed he had a crush on him. In order to prevent this from happening again, the producers of the show have hired a new security guard. [photo of Hugh Hefner]…You know, if every guy went around killing guys who had crushes on them, I would’ve murdered Chris Kattan years ago.
Well, May is here, and it’s just a matter of days until they finally release The Phantom Menace. [photo of Amy Fisher; some applause]
Amy Fisher was granted parole this week after doing seven years in prison, and should be released sometime next week. Fisher says she looks forward to a productive life, and hopes to meet a special man, fall in love, and shoot his wife in the head. [some applause]
Question: what do you get when you cross Joey Buttafuoco with a college education? Answer: [photo of Bill Clinton; cheers and applause]…And you know he’s watching tonight! [cheers and applause]…Sittin’ home right now, watchin’ us…
A…after a meeting with the Reverend Jesse Jackson, Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic released the uh, three American prisoners of war after holding them captive for 32 days. Apparently, white guilt even works in Yugoslavia.
Not one to rest on his laurels, Jackson was in the Midwest this week, where he helped four tornado victims return to their home in Kansas. [doctored photo of The Wizard of Oz characters the Cowardly Lion, the Scarecrow, Dorothy, and the Tin Man featuring Jesse Jackson’s face on Glinda the Good Witch of the North; some applause and cheers]
Now…fresh from convincing Slobodan [looks to his left to see if his guest is there] Milo – Milosevic [chuckles]…to free the three American POWs, please welcome Reverend Jesse Jackson.
[pan over to Jesse]
Jesse Jackson: A-thank you…a-Colin. Let me say this, if you will. I went to Belgrade, not to embarrass our president, but to free those young men. I approached Milosevic with a handshake, not a hand grenade. I spoke to him with a cool head, not a warhead. I brought him a message of peace, not a message from an answering machine with a wacky tape you can buy through an ad on the television or a truck stop! We must not just choose sides, Colin! We must choose peace!
Colin: Now, many believe Milosevic is using you as a PR stunt to dissolve support for the NATO bombing mission.
Jesse: [after a pause] To that, Colin, I would say, let me quote you a passage, if I may, from the comic strip Momma…in which Momma has asked her son, who was in his late 20s, to move out of the house!…And he responds, “I would love to, Momma, if you would only get me the money…for me to do so.” Do you see the ridiculousness of that, Colin? That the boy would move out, only under the auspices of Momma’s generosity via financial means. But for Momma, this presents no solution at ALL! She did not bomb him, Colin….She did it to a brow-beatin’, nitpickin’, and rat-a-tat-tat. Also remind me of sifa-common-funk-a-wink-a-bean, settle on Sunday.
Colin: Uh, let me stop you ’cause I don’t know what you’re talking about, and…but I can’t figure out how you got the POWs released.
Jesse: Well, it’s very simple. W – we all have God inside of us, even Slobodan Milosevic. I reminded him of that — I told him, “I want to go with you to Alderaan, learn the ways of the Force. I want to become a Jedi like my father before me.”
Colin: Wait a minute! That’s from Star Wars.
Jesse:He doesn’t know that! [some applause]…That’s the best part of dealing with someone who doesn’t speak English! I dated a girl from another land once, and I used to quote B.J. Thomas to her. I would say, “Look, Lang-Chou…I can’t fight this feeling…deep inside of me. Girl, [clears throat]…you just don’t realize what you do to me. Ooga-chaka. Ooga-chaka….
Colin: Okay, that’s enough now!
Colin: Jesse Jackson, everybody! Jesse Jackson.
Colin: Chastity, one of the stars of World Championship Wrestling, has been found to be a former porno actress. In an interview, she said she never brought it up because, “What are the chances that a wrestling fan would also watch porno?”
A huge crowd gathered at the Vatican this week to watch Pope John Paul’s beatification of 20th century Italian monk Padre Pio. For those of you unfamiliar with Latin, “Padre Pio,” translated, means “Puff Daddy.”
Responding to a protest by the ACLU, a tablet from the Ten Commandments was taken down from in front of a Kansas municipal building because they felt government buildings shouldn’t contain religious messages. The tablet read, “Thou shalt not kill, Bingo Friday at 8:30.”
This week, the Tony Awards nominations were announced, and Nicole Kidman, who appeared nude in The Blue Room, was not nominated. And I just want to say one thing to the committee: thanks….Because the last thing we need is for her to get nominated, and then have other hot, young actresses take their clothes off on Broadway. Thanks again. [scattered applause]
This week, Judd Nelson announced it’ll be his last season on the show “Suddenly Susan.” Where the hell is he going? Hey, Judd! It was a nice comeback, but don’t get too frisky, you know?…Call Andrew McCarthy, ask him what it’s like to eat out of a garbage can, buddy boy. [groans and boos]…All right. He’s not really eating out of a garbage can!
According to an investigative report, Tae-Bo creator Billy Blanks has been misleading people about his credentials, including being a nine-time world champion and captain of the Olympic karate team. See that? I should kick his ass….And I would, too, but I’m only on my second tape.
Two upcoming presidential biographies claim Abraham Lincoln was a homosexual. Apparently he plunged the country into civil war, because he hated cotton….I guess if George Washington was the father of our country, then Abraham Lincoln’s the unmarried uncle nobody talks about. [little reaction]
This week, the first advance reviews of the new Star Wars movie came out. Really excited about it is Jimmy Fallon!
[pan over to Jimmy, who has his guitar]
Jimmy Fallon: Thanks, Colin….In – in two weeks, uhh, the big movie comes out, and I’m totally psyched to see it, man. Uh, the buildup is huge, I mean, there’s people camped out for weeks just to get tickets, you know?
[plays guitar and sings a parody of “Every Morning” by Sugar Ray; lights dim to blue]
“Every morning there’s a line around my corner ’cause I live next to the Cineplex The scalpers wanted, like, two hundred for a ticket; didn’t have it, so I wrote them a check I just can’t believe it, George Lucas is a genius, Star Wars is back again First I’m gonna see it, and then I’m gonna see it again
Every morning “Shut the door baby, the movie just started.” ‘Cause every morning–” [song ends]
Something like that. And Sam – Sam Jackson’s [cheers and applause] in it, too. He’s, uh…he’s cool, man. He – he’s cool, he’s gonna play this guy, uh, named Mace Windu.
[sings a parody of “My Name Is” by Eminem with the song’s accompanying beat; does not play guitar]
“Hi, kids! Do you like sci-fi action with Sam Jackson? Gonna blow up like Titanic with Bill Paxton Cool brother with the bald head and goatee Isn’t he the first black guy to be in Star Wars since Billy Dee?
Hi! My name is– what? My name is– who? My name is– chik-a-chik-a Mace Windu!” [end of song; cheers and applause]
And uh, [laughs] I’m, uh…my all-time, uh…my all-time favorite – favorite character is still one of my all-time favorites, so I’m psyched to see him. So it’s gonna be like, uh…
[plays guitar and sings a parody of “Livin’ La Vida Loca” by Ricky Martin]
“He says the Force is with you, then he leans on a small cane He’ll make you lift things up without him, he’ll make you use your brain And then you’ll go insane
Gives Jedi advice, livin’ la vida Yoda He won’t tell you twice, livin’ la vida Yoda A swamp is where he lives, he looks like Abe Vigoda He tells it like it is, livin’ la vida Yoda Livin’ la vida Yoda Livin’ la vida Yoda.” [end of song; cheers and applause]
Colin: Jimmy Fallon, everybody!
Jimmy: Thank you.
Colin: Jimmy Fallon! I’m Colin Quinn, that’s my story, and I’m sticking to it! Good night!
Mike: Okay, keep it. Keep your eye on the ball, Brandon. Come on, big fella, base hit. Here we go now.
[ Brandon hits the ball ]
Mike: Oh, that’s a base hit. Nice shot, man, nice shot.
[ spectators clap ]
Male: Way to go, Brandon!
Cathy: Mike, you must be proud of your son. He’s having a great season.
Mike: Oh, thanks, Cathy. But, hey, hey, your son Jason, he’s got a great arm. He’s got a… we’ll see you in the Dodgers Stadium soon.
[ other parents laugh ]
Parent 1: Mike, I mean, Brandon is really stealing the ball this summer.
Mike: Well, if his Math scores was as high as his batting average, I’d have a straight A student.
[ other parents laugh ]
Mike: Okay, Brandon, you don’t want to get picked off. Get on the bag.
Cathy: You know, I haven’t seen Heidi in a while, will you make sure to say hello for me?
Mike: I certainly will. Thanks. She’s actually real busy with her career… shopping.
[ other parents laugh ]
Parent 2: I think my wife’s in the same line of work.
[ other parents laugh ]
Mike: No outs, Brandon. Get on the bag. So, Cathy, how’s, uh, your art gallery going?
Cathy: Pretty well, actually. We just started carrying this terrific sculptor from Costa Mesa.
Mike: Ohhh. Get on the bag!
Cathy: Yeah, he works on iron and marble.
Parent 1: Oh, wow, that sounds interesting. I love art myself.
Mike: GET ON THE BAG!
Cathy: Uhm, well, we’re having some of it this Wednesday. You should all pop by?
Parent 1: [off-screen] Oh, okay.
Mike: You know, my wife and I went to the LA County Museum of Art and saw the Van Gogh Retrospective. BRANDON! GET ON THE DAMN BAG! His, uh, his early sketch work is, is really appealing.
Parent 2: Brandon, uh, maybe you should listen to your dad and stay close to first base, partner.
Parent 1: You know, uh, what I always tell my son Nate and uh, “Just go out there and try to have fun”, you know.
Mike: Well, you know, having fun is the name of the game. Hey! SON! ARE YOU TRYING TO MAKE AN ASS OF ME? GET ON THE BAG!
Cathy: Hey, you know what? I could go for snow cones. Anyone interested?
Parents 1 and 2: [off-screen] Yeah.
Mike: Oh, thanks, Cathy, but, uh, I got my own snow cone right here. [ takes out a beer ] Anybody else, huh?
Parents 1 and 2: No. Thank you, no.
Cathy: You know, Mike, forgive me for intruding, but I don’t know if it’s appropriate for you to be drinking here in front of the children.
Parent 2: And it is 10:30 in the morning.
Mike: Hey, I just like to relax while I’m at the ball field. You know what I’m saying?
Cathy: I guess so.
Mike: I WILL CHAIN YOU TO A PIPE NEAR A CLOSE SPACE IF YOU DON’T GET ON THE BAG! NOW, GET ON THE BAG!
Cathy: Brandon, everything is gonna be okay. Just do as your father says, please.
Mike: Oh, look. Looks like your boy is about to drive him some runt.
Parent 1: Yeah.
Mike: Let’s go Nathan, ducks on the pond. Woo-hoo!
Parent 1: It’s okay, Nathan, it’s okay. No matter what happens, he can’t hurt you.
Cathy: Come on, Nathan.
[ spectators clap ]
Mike: [clapping] I need you to be a bud, a buddy and drive Nathan in. Come on. Little bingo, little base hit, just relax and focus, wait for your pitch. HEY! BRANDON! HOW DUMB DO YOU THINK I AM? NOW, GET ON THE BAG, DAMN IT. GET ON THE BAG! GET ON THE BAG! GET ON THE BAG!
Umpire: Hey, hey, hey, hey! What are you trying to do? Now, listen, we got 18 nine-year-olds out there scared you’re gonna do something violent to ’em. Now, you have a choice — you can leave or you could stay and shut up and act like an adult.
Mike: Got you. I’m clear, Blue.
Mike: Alright. Hey, let’s just play ball, right, everybody?
Cathy: Mike, I know the name of a very good therapist.
Mike: Thanks. Maybe I’ll get that number from you later. By the way, do you know who I talk to about becoming coach next season? HEY, LISTEN, CRYBABY! I WILL DOWN-SIZE YOUR FACE WITH A SHOVEL IF YOU DON’T GET ON THE BAG. NOW, GET ON THAT BAG! Snow cone, anyone?
Brian Fellow…..Tracy Morgan Jeff Richmond…..Chris Parnell Karen Nathan…..Sarah Michelle Geller
[theme song plays…]
Singers: [ voice-over ]“He loves animals And they love him back. Inter-species friends We ain’t kidding, mac! Brian Fellow’s Safari Planet! Brian Fellow’s Safari Planet!”
Voiceover: Brian Fellow spent four years in Thailand as a volunteer for, and later director of the Southeast Asian Animal Rescue Project. He subsequently served as director of Animal Operations at the San Diego Zoo, and Undersecretary of the Interior for Wildlife Management.
Singers: “Brian Fellow’s, Brian Fellow’s, Brian Fellow’s Safari Planet!”[theme song ends]
Brian Fellow: Good evening and welcome to Brian Fellow’s Safari Planet. I’m Brian Fellow. And I’m very excited to bring out tonight’s animal guests. So let’s get going! Our first guest is a native of the South American jungle. Please welcome A MONKEY!
Jeff Richmond: Hello.
Brian Fellow: And who are you?
Jeff Richmond: I’m Jeff Richmond of the Cleveland Zoo.
Brian Fellow: I’m Brian Fellow!
Jeff Richmond: Yes, I know.
Brian Fellow: So what’s up with this monkey here?
Jeff Richmond: Well, Dr. Fellow, Buster here is a capuchin monkey, also called a ring-tailed monkey and he’s 3 years old.
Brian Fellow: So he’s a baby monkey.
Jeff Richmond: No, at three years old, a monkey’s considered an adult.
Brian Fellow: Three years old, an adult? That’s CRAZY!
Jeff Richmond: Um, the habitat area for these monkeys, the rainforest is being threatened by development so the rainforest-
Brian Fellow: The rainforest, that sounds WET!
Jeff Richmond: Yes, it is. It is. Y’know I thought certainly a man with your kind of credentials would y’know be…
Brian Fellow: I’m BRIAN FELLOW.
Jeff Richmond: Yes, I’m well aware, I didn’t mean to insinuate anything by that, I apologize.
Brian Fellow: Oh, that’s okay. Let me tell you, I once saw a video of a monkey washing a cat. Pssht. That’s crazy.
Jeff Richmond: Okay alright, this is nuts. You’ve clearly overstated your credentials. I’m wasting my time here.
Brian Fellow: I’M BRIAN FELLOW. I’M BRIAN FELLOW. I’M BRIAN FELLOW. Good. Go. Take that monster with you and tell him to stop smiling at me. Sorry. That monkey was crazy. Our next guest is a local resident. He probably lives in a meadow or wooded area near you. please welcome, a TURTLE.
Brian Fellow: And who are you?
Karen Nathan: I’m karen Nathan of the Central Park Conservancy.
Brian Fellow: I’m Brian Fellow.
Karen Nathan: Okay and this is Henry. He’s a box turtle. Box turtles make their home on dry land. There are abundant sources…
Brian Fellow: He’s a snappin’ turtle?
Karen Nathan: No he’s a box turtle and box turtles live in an environment where they can find…
Brian Fellow: Does he bite?
Karen Nathan: No.
Brian Fellow: ‘Cause I don’t wanna get bit by a snappin turtle. Yipes. I once got bit by one.
Karen Nathan: Okay look see this is a box turtle and box turtles don’t bite. They eat plants and the occasional bugs…
Brian Fellow: Do you think he can escape from his cage? ‘Cause I don’t wanna get bit.
Karen Nathan: Box turtles don’t bite. Alright, be cool, it’s just a little turtle.
Brian Fellow: If he bites me, I’m gonna kill it!
Karen Nathan: Alright look, you clearly lied on your resume, you never worked for the San Diego Zoo or the Department of the Interior. You don’t know anything about animals!
Brian Fellow: I’M BRIAN FELLOW.
Karen Nathan: No, you’re a buffoon.
Brian Fellow: Sorry again. That’s all the time we have. Join us next week when our guests will be a dog and a baby dog. I’m Brian Fellow.
Sarah Michelle Geller: [ comes out, waves ] Thank you. Thank you. Wow, thank you. Thank, thank you very much. It is so great to be hosting the last Saturday Night Live of the season. This is my second time hosting, and it’s a real honor to be asked back.
Chris Kattan: [ comes out ] Well, you’re great. That’s why they asked you back. Isn’t she great everybody?
[ audience claps, screams ]
Sarah Michelle Geller: Thank you. You’re so sweet.
Chris Kattan: Listen, I don’t know if you remember, but the last time you were on the show, you said we had this kind of vibe going on, and you said that if you were to ever come back to host the show, uh, we would definately hook up. I don’t know if you remember.
Sarah Michelle Geller: Uh, no.
Chris Kattan: Uh, yeah you did. So, anyway, I rented a suite at the Four Seasons, and uh, borrowed a few mood-enhancing videos from Colin.
[ laughter ]
Chris Kattan: I thought that after the show, maybe we could…
Sarah Michelle Geller: [ turns toward Chris ] Look, uh, Chris. I like you too much too much to ruin what we have with a sexual relationship.
Chris Kattan: Right. Damn! Everybody says that! It sucks! I mean I paid, like, six hundred bucks for the suite! Do you know the name of the Backstreet Boy with the goatee? [ puts his hand to his mouth ]
[ audience laughs ]
Sarah Michelle Geller: [ smiles ] No,…I don’t, I’m sorry.
Chris Kattan: Damn! [ walks off ]
[ audience laughs ]
Sarah Michelle Geller: [ sighs ] So, I flew in from L.A. and I ended up in the middle seat of this really tiny plane–
Tim Meadows: [ comes out, puts his hand on Sarah’s back ] Hey, Sarah? How’s it going?
Sarah Michelle Geller: Good.
Tim Meadows: Good. I don’t mean to bother you or anything, but I remember last time you hosted, at the party, you smiled at me.
Sarah Michelle Geller: I..I don’t remember that.
Tim Meadows: [puts his hand on Sarah’s back again ] Trust me, you did. Well, anyways, I’m here to answer that smile with a smile that says “Yeah, I’m interested in you too.” [ audience laughs ]
Sarah Michelle Geller: [ smiles ] But Tim, you’re…you’re married.
Tim Meadows: [ pulls her close to him ] Welcome to showbiz, baby.
Molly Shannon: [ comes out ]Hey, Tim.
Tim Meadows: Oh, hey, Molly.
Molly Shannon: Why don’t you leave Sarah alone here, and let her finish her monologue. Huh? Come on.
Tim Meadows: Oh, all right. I’ll catch you later, sweetie. [ walks off ]
Sarah Michelle Geller: Oh, thank you for saving me, Molly.
Molly Shannon: Oh, no problem. The guys around here can be real creeps sometimes. They don’t know how to treat a lady.
Sarah Michelle Geller: Tell me about it.
Molly Shannon: Yeah, sometimes it takes a lady to really know how to understand another lady. You know, you know what I’m saying? I was thinking, you know, maybe, after the show, if you want, we could just like blow off the party, and go somewhere quiet and get a drink and maybe talk a little bit, if you want.
Sarah Michelle Geller: Molly, I..I don’t like you like that.
Molly Shannon: Oh, really? Oh, that’s really funny. Cause I saw you making out with that girl in that movie you did, and if I am not mistaken, you it looked like YOU LIKED IT, LADY![ leans toward Sarah ] [ walks off, looking at Sarah ]
Sarah Michelle Geller: Well, uh..anyway, I, I was flying out here and….
Will Ferrell: [comes out dressed in smoking jacket, with pipe ]
[ audience laughs ]
Will Ferrell: Hello, my lady. [ puts pipe in mouth ]
Sarah Michelle Geller: No, Will.
Will Ferrell: Fair enough. [ walks off ]
[audience laughs ]
Jimmy Fallon: [ walks on, with guitar ] Hey, uh, Sarah, I just wanted to say, last time you hosted, I felt a real connection too.
Sarah Michelle Geller: Uh, Jimmy, wait a minute. You weren’t even on the show last year.
Jimmy Fallon: Yeah, I know, I was in my mother’s basement, watching the show, but I really felt like you were talking directly to me.
Sarah Michelle Geller: Look, I’m flattered, Jimmy, but please–
Jimmy Fallon: Uh, you want me a to sing a song?
Sarah Michelle Geller: No! No, I just wanna do the show, okay? I don’t wanna get hit on.
Jimmy Fallon: [ nods silently ] Ok. All right, guys. She doesn’t want to get hit on. [camera shows a line of guys all with flowers and candy, focuses on Horatio Sanz, who is eating candy.]
[ audience laughs ]
Sarah Michelle Geller: We have a great show. Backstreet Boys are here! So stick around, we will be right back!
Horatio Sanz: [ walks on, offers her box of candy ]
Sarah Michelle Geller: [ hugs him, jumps in his arms ]
Horatio Sanz: [ hugs her back, stands still ]
Sarah Michelle Geller: [ crosses to the other side of him ]
[ both walk off ]
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All: Welcome to Tiger Beat’s Ultra Super Duper Dreamy Love Show!
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Sara: Oh, my gosh, guys! What’s up?!
[ all do a dance move ]
Gladys: Everything! How was your weekend?
Sara: Fab. How about yours, Sissy Jermaine? Kiss any cuties?
Sissy: No.. [ laughs ] ..but at my cousin’s birthday party, my step-uncle made me dress up like Britney Spears and strip for him.
[ tiger roars ]
Jessica: Ok, that really fakey tiger sound means it’s time for the Question of the Day.
[ tiger roars ]
Jessica: Okay, today’s question is what drink would you buy for your favorite star and why?
Sara: Oh, my God. I would buy a Mountain Dew for James Van Der Beek ’cause I want to do him!
[ audience, girls laugh ]
Sissy: I would buy a Dr. Pepper for Scott Speedman, because I want him to examine me.
[ All scream ]
Gladys: I’d buy a bottle of Drano for Neil Patrick Harris, so we could both drink it and live in Heaven forever!
[ audience laughs, girls look at her ]
[ siren blares ]
Jessica: Uh-oh! The sound of that oddly chosen French police siren means it’s time for out segment called “Today’s Future Stars.”[ giggles ] Today’s future star is super hunktastic, Justin Thomas Nicholas! [ bounces on sofa ]
[ picture of a baby is shown ]
Girls: Aw, he’s adorable. I can’t believe how cute he is….
Sissy: Nine-month old Justin is an international singing megastar and recently completed his third album [ holds up three fingers ] featuring remixes of his European hits Boobies Equal Life, Crib Shuffle, and I Want To Give It To You Hard.
[ all scream ]
Sissy: Okay, you guys. He just signed a deal with Dreamworks to do a a miniseries loosely based on his life co-starring Hume Cronyn and Seth Green!
[ all squeal ]
Jessica: [ bounces ] Oooh-ooh! Speaking of which, we have a very special guest with us!
Sara: Oh, my God! Seth Green! Is he here?
Jessica: No, not S.G, but the man who manages him and the hottest teens in the biz. From the management firm of Coach, Balls, and Cockenboldt, please welcome Renee Aupens!
All: [ bounce on sofa ] yell: Renee!Renee! [ clamor around him ]
Jessica: Welcome Mr. Aupens!
Renee: Do me a favor, call me Renee alright?
Sara: Renee, you work with some of the hottest hunks in Hollywood!
Sissy: You do! Can I ask you? What’s it..What’s it like to work with Seth Green?
All: Oh, My God!
Sissy: AH! He’s so cute!
Renee: Oh, Greeny’s a gas. You know what I mean? Sometimes he’ll come to my ranch and make Gardenburgers and get silly. Other times, you know, we’re sad. Why don’t you ask? Ask him, is what I’m saying. [ points to wings ]
Jessica: Oh, my God! Is he here?
All: He’s here? Oh, my God!
Renee: Ask him. He’s here. He’s here. In fact, a few of my clients are here. Oh, boys!
[ Seth, Howie and David walk on ]
[ girls scream ]
Renee: Stop it. Stop it. Hold your ponies, gals.
David Boreanaz: [ blows kisses at Gladys ]
Renee: Ladies, feast your eyes on a stable on hunkasauruses. From Buffy the Vampire Slayer, a two-pack tasty dream cakes who I’d like to give both of them a nude hug. Masters David Boreanaz and fresh face Seth Green!
Girls: Oh, my God! Oh, my God!
Renee: From the Backstreet Boys, who wouldn’t like to drive a hard little car up his backstreet? Oh! Howie D! These are my three talented dreamboats!
All: Oh, Howie D!
Sara: [ laughs ] Ok, so hunks, what’s it like to be managed by Renee?
David Boreanaz: Well, you know, he’s very….he’s good. Wouldn’t you guys say he’s good? Huh?
Seth Green: Yeah, he’s very…aggressive.
Howie Dorough: Right, I mean he’s definately a shock on the phone, but I really don’t like being alone in a room with him.
David Boreanaz: He’s a real [ tisk tisk ] hands-on manager.
Seth Green: A little too hands on.
Howie Dorough: Yeah, in fact I wish he’d be a little more hands-off.
Renee: Well, well, what can I say? This is my coven of cuties here I’m talking about. Coven of cuties.
Sissy: What a dream is must be to work with so many hunkasauruses.[ giggles ]
Jessica: [ bounces ] Uh-huh
[ chainsaw revs ]
Jessica: Uh-oh! That completely inappropiate chainsaw sound means we’re out of time. We’ll see you next time on…
All: Tiger Beat’s Ultra Super Duper Dreamy Love Show!
[ Jessica and Gladys jump on David ]
[ Sissy and Sara jump on Seth ]
Submitted by: Bri of sarah.mygirls.org for Sarah-Michelle-Gellar.com