I should be getting the Robert Hays show reviewed on the weekend, but in the meantime, I’d like to call attention to a Tumblr I created: Fuck Yeah SNL Writers is just a place where I post pictures of the SNL writers that have had walk-on appearances or bit parts in various sketches over the years.
I’m kind of blown away to the response I’ve been getting to my Splitsider article. Thanks to everyone who said they liked it!
I have a new article at Splitsider! It’s about the “lost sketches” of The Kids In The Hall not included in the DVD sets.
I want to apologize for the lack of substantial updates on Existential Weightlifting for the last little while. I’m working through a few other priorities in meatspace right now (including a friend’s wedding a few weeks ago). I promise that my SNL season 6 reviews will finish soon, and I’ll be constructing my thoughts on the most recent SNL season just as soon as I have some time to put them together. I also decided on a new look for the site that I’ll be implementing fully in the coming weeks.
I made a list of 10 random sketches that were taken out of repeat versions of SNL. By no means is it a complete list, but I figured it would be an interesting topic for an article. Read it here.
PS: if someone has a copy of the live Robert Blake show with “Best Little Whorehouse On The Prairie” intact, let me know. I didn’t include it in the list because I stuck to segments I’ve actually seen.