well whose dog is it then

That is Will Graham’s dog.
We are friends long enough now that [Tina Fey] is technically my wife. Though she’s yet to agree to take my hand in marriage, I think common law now proves that we are technically comedy wives. Amy Poehler from the updated version of “Live From New York”. (via elizabethtinafeys)
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villains with tragic backstories


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Excerpt from the updated version of "Live From New York"
  • JIMMY FALLON: I had originally wanted to leave after five years, because Belushi only did five years, and in my head I wanted to be John Belushi. But then I got “Update” and stayed. I never want to stay longer than I have to; as a fan of the show, I like when people leave because that’s what makes Saturday Night Live work. If you had the same cast that you had from the ’70s, this show wouldn’t be around. The whole fun of Saturday Night Live is people stay and then they leave and then you miss them and then they come back and visit. A part of me hated to leave, but I just had to do it.
  • TINA FEY: I remember feeling like, “Why are you leaving me? Don’t leave me!” Like a spouse.
  • JIMMY FALLON: Obviously it was a TV love affair with Tina; I love her so much. She was my partner; she was the best thing that ever happened to my comedy career, to my brain. Doing “Update” with her was my favorite thing in the world. To say good-bye to that was so weirdly sad. I know it’s a job, but it’s like going to camp and she was my bunkmate. We were really close pals. I talked to her about everything, about all the people I went out with at the time. And I was always asking for her advice. But I knew her career exploded once “Weekend Update” started, so I knew she’d be fine.
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those songs that start in one earbud and flow into the next


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raccoons are just cats with hands 

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I don’t know what he’s fixing, but mine just broke.

Day 12: They still suspect nothing. [via]

Music sphincters 
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