Unless it's in her rib.
How did the world live without the insult "jazzhole" until now?
This week's great TV performances, in easy-to-digest video form.
Featuring Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein.
In typically understated fashion, they let the Trump/Kushner nuptials overshadow their big day.
Seems that Obama can't do too much or too little without hearing from somebody.
We sincerely hope he's able to get his life back together.
From Sarah Palin impressions to people jizzing in their pants, the most memorable moments from a seminal season.
Okay, so maybe those thoughts weren't linked together quite like that.
We suppose it's kind of like how Robert De Niro's friends call him Bobby.
Weird, we didn't even know they were that famous.
The two join the growing list of Indie Super-couples.
That 'SNL' skit about Governor Paterson was just wrong, dude.
YouTubers are pushing for this impressionist to play Obama on 'Saturday Night Live.'
“I have an inability to relax,” Armisen says.
Last night a sold-out house in L.A. witnessed the premiere of a series of sketches written by Anderson, starring Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen.
Cross-race casting has been one of Hollywood’s obvious taboos for decades now. No more.