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“From 1985 to 1986, he was a regular cast member of the popular sketch-comedy program, Saturday Night Live.”
“It was a public access sketch-comedy show we did in Madison, Wisconsin.”
“30 Rock: Season 5' NBC '30 Rock' Last season saw Tina Fey's Liz Lemon, head writer of a fictional sketch-comedy show, fumbling through her relationship with Carol the pilot (guest star Matt Damon) while network exec Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) dealt with fatherhood.”
“The sketch-comedy troupe Elite Defense Force 3 imagines what would happen if Rosa Parks, Betty Shabazz, Coretta Scott King and Winnie Mandela all agreed to star in a reality show.”
“His often ad-libbed characters, displayed on a variety of early TV shows and specials, included German disc jockey Wolfgang von Sauerbraten, paving the way for later sketch-comedy greats.”
“Web Therapy," premiering July 19, taps into Ms. Kudrow's sketch-comedy experience.”
“But if Knotts wanted to style himself after the sketch-comedy characters who deployed this term in SNL's storied past -- by which I mean act like an idiot-asshole -- mission accomplished.”
“The whole point of sitcoms and sketch-comedy shows is to mock people.”
“Chappelle is best known for his sketch-comedy program that ran on Comedy Central.”
“Similarly, in the kooky world of NBC comedy 30 Rock, Liz Lemon (Tina Fey), the head writer of a fictitious sketch-comedy TV show, must choose between her work life and personal life.”
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