Nuclear Psychiatrist
Griffin . Seattle . I made people leave my birthday party because the Parks finale was on.


*waits patiently for Tina Fey to accept the ice bucket challenge from Kermit*


Pros to ben being mayor in 2017

  • finally ran for office again after ice town (dude what took you so long?)
  • character growth
  • ghost mayor!

Cons to ben being mayor in 2017

  • not bill murray :(((



there’s a lot to discuss here

My mom hates the state senator from where my grandparents live because she stole her boyfriend in the 80’s


One of my favorite girls reading one of my favorite books written by one of my favorite women! #tinafeyrules #summerreading❞ - Drew Barrymore. 


keeping it real, seth

■ 'SNL' Political Secrets Revealed: Hillary's "Entitlement," the Sketch Obama Killed and the Show's "Karl Rove" - Hollywood Reporter


Kumail Nanjiani - Beta Male

On one hand glad I haven’t had to do the ice bucket challenge but also kind of bummed nobody has nominated me


Every SNL actor that had the honor of having his or her name announced by Don Pardo – the Don Pardo! – on the night of their very first show, will tell you: it remains the “Pinch Me” moment for us all. And the thrill of it went way beyond the first show. Don Pardo IS the voice of SNL and by this I mean from the time I would watch as a kid, staying up too late for the very first season, to the time I found myself lucky enough to be on the show hearing that voice saying my name.

Don Pardo, who died Monday at the age of 96, was the consummate professional, lending his trademark voice to the show well into his 90’s. But beyond that, he was a sweet man who provided a positive aura even if you just walked by him in the hallway during that pre-show frenzy. He was happy to share anecdotes about the old days. Once I asked him if he was from Boston because I thought I heard a little somethin’ in one of his words, and he laughingly said “Oh no! Did you hear it? I spent years trying to get rid of that!” “Really?” “Oh sure! Years! In broadcasting you had to have no accent whatsoever!”

I just read that Lorne brought him on as a straight-laced counterpoint (because of his “serious announcer” voice) as the perfect complement to the wackiness of the show. I had never thought of it that way but it’s true. His voice had a way of representing the grown-up in the living room while the kids were goofing off in the basement. But rather than yelling “You kids keep it down!” his voice seemed to be yelling down the basement stairs “You kids keep it up! I love it!”


— Rachel Dratch on Don Pardo (x)

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