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SNL Thursdays to Focus on Election

By: Lindsey Erin Heim - Published: • References: washingtonpost & cinemablend
NBC is offering up its faithful viewers more SNL--but this time, on Thursdays. So Saturday Night Live is not just for Saturday night anymore. Instead, it will follow the hit show ‘The Office’ on Thursday evenings.

The new SNL Thursday Night should be quite different from the Will Ferrell SNL clip reruns we’re used to cracking up over. It is said to have a more political twist (think more brawls between Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton and plenty of work for Tina Fey). These fresh jokes and ideas are sure to dig up some new fans. I mean, do we really still need more cowbell? Okay, maybe we do, but we’ll take some new skits too.

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