A look at Nelson Mandela's legacy with Randall Robinson, Dr. Maya Angelou, James Baker, Gwen Ifill, Lorraine Miller, Michele Norris, Rick Stengel, and more.
Take some time to catch up with JBB's Tommy Benedetti. In this exclusive interview with the band's drummer, Tommy discusses the elements of their Future Roots sound, as well as the band's love for Reggae.
Embark on a stunning journey by air and through time to discover the land where settlers’ westward journeys began and Bonnie and Clyde’s crime spree ended. Soar over a frontier rich with the stories of brave pioneers, notorious desperadoes, and hanging judges. Explore the Natural State’s great rivers, great battles and great promise, the birthplace of Johnny Cash, Maya Angelou and Bill Clinton. Join us as we delve into America’s wild interior, from the Mississippi River bottomlands to towering mountain peaks, and into its wild history.
Embark on a stunning journey by air and through time, as we uncover Arkansas' place in the fabric of American history. We soar over a frontier rich with the stories of brave pioneers, notorious desperadoes, and hanging judges. We explore The Natural State's great rivers, great battles and great promise, which inspired artists like Johnny Cash, Maya Angelou and a president from a dusty town called Hope. Join us as we delve into America's wild interior, where a young country began its destiny.
Sketches include Powerball Cold Open, Drew Barrymore Dynasty Monologue, Gilly - Art Class, Celebrity Ghost Stories, Commercial Parody: University of Westfield Online, Vinny Talks to Drew, Weekend Update featuring Bill as Carville; Andy as Scrooge McDuck; Kenan as Maya Angelou, Ladies Billiards, Cooking Al Fresco, Larry King, and An SNL Digital Short: Magic with Brenda & Shaun. America's premiere sketch-comedy show returns for its 35th season LIVE from Studio 8H in New York City. This season, the cast includes Fred Armisen, Will Forte, Bill Hader, Seth Meyers, Andy Samberg, Jason Sudeikis, Kenan Thompson, Kristen Wiig and features Abby Elliott, Bobby Moynihan, Nasim Pedrad, and Jenny Slate. Check out these selected sketches and segments from each of this season's episodes, so you can make every night a Saturday Night.
David Alan Grier laments the devastating death of hip-hop followed by Maya Angelou’s Inaugural poetry for Barack Obama and John McCain. Plus, platinum-selling rapper Fat Man delivers his message to America’s classrooms, and a bi-racial commission comes up with guidelines for usage of the racial epithet: the N-word.
David Alan Grier laments the devastating death of hip-hop followed by Maya Angelou's Inaugural poetry for Barack Obama and John McCain.
Elaine Stritch tackles her new job as airport security. From the makers of Pocket Gay comes their latest product, Pocket Diva. German filmmaker Werner Herzog presents the new film, Grizzly Man, featuring a man documenting wild bear life on Fire Island. Maya Angelou reads from Craigslist. Shim Shai Horowitz hosts a vegan cooking show devoted to the raw foods lifestyle. And a special gust star directs the dance number finale featuring the characters of The Big Gay Sketch Show, including Fitzwilliam, Liza, Stritchy, Maya Angelou, Naldo, Waffles, Latanya and Svetlana. Appearances by Rosie O'Donnell & Chastity Bono. Guest stars Paul Vogt & Amanda Bearse.
Elaine Stritch's new perfume, Fitzwilliam grants a wish and Maya Angelou reads from Craigslist
Elaine Stritch greets customers while selling her new perfume, Stritchy. Fitzwilliam makes a very special request to the Wish Granters Foundation.
Elaine Stritch greets customers while selling her new perfume, Stritchy. Fitzwilliam makes a very special request to the Wish Granters Foundation. Repressed senators address discrimination in the insurance industry. Hollywood group therapy participants purge their feelings of May/December relationships. And Maya Angelou reads from Craigslist.
Comedian Dave Chappelle and poet Maya Angelou spend a day together at her home in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where they discuss how poetry and comedy can bridge both genders and generations.
Provocative comedian Dave Chappelle and renowned poet Maya Angelou discuss how poetry and comedy can bridge both genders and generations.
Super Grover visits the Street looking for ways to help people, but he finds that Super Chicken has beaten him to it. Super Grover feels dejected and wonders if anyone needs him anymore—will he hang up his cape for good? Also: Maya Angelou teaches Baby Natasha about the letter N, and Oscar the Grouch sings his own version of “Bein’ Green.” This episode is brought to you by the letter N and the number 13.
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