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‘The Office’ got a cartoon makeover thanks to this artist

If you watched Saturday Night Live‘s Thanksgiving episode you know a mini reunion for The Office took place and it was glorious. But it wasn’t alone. Turns out Angela Kinsey and Kate Flannery, who played Angela and Meredith, respectively, on the show, were hanging out on Saturday night, too! SEE ALSO: Chrissy Teigen and *the* Jan Levinson bonded over ‘The Office’ on Twitter Kinsey dropped by Flannery and Jane Lynch’s “A Swingin’ Little Christmas” show on Saturday night and blessed fans of The Office with a few photos and videos…

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Steve Carell’s ‘SNL’ NASA broadcast goes terribly wrong after a breach

Saturday Night Live’s Captain Ed McGovern (Steve Carell) thought live streaming to children’s classrooms across America from the International Space Station would be great. It was not. After an unfortunate breach in the system left all the monkeys (and one cat) on-board frozen solid and flying around, things got a bit hectic. And while we’re pretty sure no amount of space puns or jokes could distract from a frozen Russian woman flying outside the spacecraft, that doesn’t stop McGovern from trying We “Apollo-gize” for the horrors you’re about to see.…

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SNL’s newest rap video features Lil’ Wayne and Future respecting that booty

You like booty? Great, but Saturday Night Live‘s “Permission” video is here to remind you that butts have boundaries. Future, Lil’ Wayne, Kenan Thompson, Chris Redd, and Pete Davidson in character as someone called “Uncle Butt” spit bars about respecting women’s space, donating to civil rights causes, and generally keeping the club a safe environment for all to enjoy.  Standout line: “Treat that booty right, ’cause we allies in this bitch.” Read more: https://mashable.com/video/snl-permission-music-video/

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Come Back, Barack: Chance the Rapper Sings Emotional Ode to Obama on SNL

A year ago, as Saturday Night Lives musical guest, Chance the Rapper sang the Run-DMC parody Jingle Barack about President Obamas last Christmas in the White House. This week, in his SNL hosting debut, Chance followed that up with a Thanksgiving slow jam: Come Back, Barack. Joined by Kenan Thompson and Chris Redd, the Boyz II Men-style song was about how much they are missing the 44th president almost one year into 45s first term. We didnt know just what we had, the chorus went. Now things are looking bad.…

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