Will Farrell: Hi. Will Ferrell here, and I thought I would spend some time giving you a tour of Studio 8-H.Let’s begin.[Will starts walking forward]
Of course, right here is our page desk. All of our pages work very hard here. [Cut to members of page waving at the camera] [Cut to Will Farrell]
None of them are wearing pants.
Here’s some of the hosts that have been hosting, [Cut to frames of pictures of hosts hung on the wall.] some wonderful photography.[Cut to Will Farrell]
Here we have cue cards. A lot of the cue cards are done in foreign languages just for the heck of it.
This is the famous ladder section right here.[Cut to the ladders] [Cut to Will Farrell]
When everyone comes to “Saturday Night Live,” they want to know, “Where are the ladders kept?” This is, uh, Pete Davidson’s tattoo artist. I don’t like to bother him. Right back in that little… that little… nook right there is the ghost of Fred Armisen. That’s where he lives.[Producer: Will, he’s still alive]
Oh, he’s still alive? Oh. I didn’t know that. Here we are, Studio 8-H. Look at it in all of its grandeur. You know what the capacity is? It seats 2,000 people. Can you believe that?[Will Farrell concentrates to hear something]
And that — did you he– That’s the Studio 8-H owl. There’s a family of owls that live here. And it’s a wonderful population. They’re protected by the State of New York.
That’s our tour. I’m gonna go ahead and take, uh, a nap. I like to take a nap during rehearsal right — right where the monologue is delivered.[Cut to Will Farrell lying on the SNL monologue stage]
Quiet, please. I’m trying to take a nap.