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Saturday Night Live is going to sell Schweddy Balls, Talking Stefon dolls, and other SNL-themed swag for their 40th anniversary.
You might be surprised what familiar names brought you some of the most iconic SNL sketches of all time.
We already know Seth Meyers is bringing in Saturday Night Live veteran Fred Armisen to be his new Late Night bandleader.
Watch video of Seth Meyers's final "Weekend Update" from this week's "SNL," hosted by Melissa McCarthy.
New York's hottest club is Appearing On Hulu With Larry King.
<a href="http://clipnation.com/tag/bill-hader/">Bill Hader</a> closes out his eight-year run on Saturday Night Live with one last <a href="http://clipnation.com/tag/stefon/">Stefon</a> appearance.
It's that thing where...Stefon makes his final appearance on "SNL."
Bill Hader tells GQ Magazine that there will never be a Stefon movie because there's no emotional through line for the character.
What's that? You somehow never caught the full definition of a "human suitcase"? Well today is your lucky day.
Gallery1988's hottest show is 'Is This Thing On #2 Too'. This Saturday Night Live art showcase was put together by rapper Hot Karl, and it has everything.
Stefon stops by Weekend Update to discuss New York's hottest Spring Break destinations.
Today's links, featuring interspecies friendship bracelets, Stefon at the Romney election headquarters, and pugs singing death metal.
City correspondent Stefon tells tourists about the hottest Halloween locations in NYC.
Bill Hader's brilliant Stefon is easily SNL's most celebrated current recurring character and the only recurring character this side of @ss Dan that I actively root to make an appearance.
You can certainly debate the quality of his sense of humor, but the above card -- posted on his Twitter account -- at least reaches for humor-like substance.
If you're ordinary, and you love Christmas, I have just the spot for you.
When last we heard about the <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2010/02/who-cares-its-only-a-zoolander-sequel">potential Zoolander sequel</a>, Ben Stiller was working on a script with Justin Theroux, the writer of Tropic Thunder whom I will always remember as the tatted up Irishman in the second Charlie's Angels film.