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Plus, the duo's upcoming brownie-themed action film? (We wish.)
It should come as no surprise that Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein jammed out to Salt-N-Pepa at the San Francisco premiere of Portlandia.
First, watch. Second, put a bird on it.
So frakkin' good.
Guess what? You're invited!
We like Jimmy Fallon. We also like Fred Armisen. Needless to say, we like their dual SNL promos.
Drumming up fanfare for the show's long-awaited return.
It always feels like it was the most recent one. Was it a Stefon year? Or something from the Church Lady or Spartan Cheerleader eras? Our exhaustive investigation examined 36 seasons and 7,798 sketches, and came up with a surprising answer.
Following in the footsteps of Joe Piscopo and Jim Belushi, another SNL player proves himself to be a talented musician (we're being sarcastic, but only about Piscopo and Belushi).
Believe it or not, 30 seconds of Emma Stone in a control room with Fred Armisen is arguably better than 98 percent of what's on TV.
It's from Crisis of Conformity, his faux eighties hardcore band.
"He's a brilliant guitar player, and he's really funny."
Introducing the adult babysitter.
We will probably be hearing more from them.
Fred will voice the kid; Andy will voice the seagull.
It usually goes well.
Dame Helen hosts 'SNL' this week!
"I don’t know how to do jokes. I don’t know how to tell stories."
Maybe he'll do his Hosni Mubarak again.
And the fun is just beginning.
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Nose rings not welcome.
Is this new clip enough to make you consider developing a fan/cult-show relationship?