Andy Samberg

You'll Never Guess Who Is Andy Samberg's Only Facebook Friend

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by Kate Erbland September 25, 2014 @ 10:35 AM
If you're going to have only one Facebook friend, it might as well be Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg. While it's unclear how many stars have Facebook profiles lovingly crafted by the Zuck himself, Andy Samberg has one, and he shared the story of its creation on last night's 'The Tonight Show' with a gobsmacked Jimmy Fallon. We're jealous.

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Season 2 First Look: Andy Samberg Goes Undercover

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick August 15, 2014 @ 5:58 PM
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FOX's 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' may not have gotten as much Emmy love as it had from the Golden Globes, but that hasn't drummed down anticipation for season 2 of the critically-beloved comedy one bit. Find out what goes down(town) in 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' season 2 with our first footage from the premiere!

Andy Samberg and The Lonely Island Are Making a Movie with Judd Apatow

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by Britt Hayes August 7, 2014 @ 7:01 PM
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We hope you Motherlovers are ready for this news: Andy Samberg and his pals from The Lonely Island are teaming up with Judd Apatow to make a movie. This news is so logical that we're surprised it didn't happen five years ago and isn't already an underrated comedy classic.

'7 Days in Hell' Sets Stars Andy Samberg and Kit Harington For a Visit

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by Jacob Hall July 24, 2014 @ 12:32 PM
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There are a lot of intriguing things going on in '7 Days in Hell,' an original movie being produced for HBO. First of all, it's a sports comedy. Secondly, it's a mockumentary. Third, it's going to star the completely untested comedy duo of 'SNL' alum Andy Samberg and ... 'Game of Thrones' star Kit Harington?!

'SNL' Season Finale Deleted Scene: Andy Samberg Goes Baller With "Testicules"

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick May 20, 2014 @ 1:15 PM
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Alas, the 39th season of 'SNL' has come and gone with this past weekend's return of cast alumni Andy Samberg (along with a number of others). Though, even with the tremendous 40th anniversary special looming in our futures, season 39 had one last golden egg to give. Watch Andy Samberg sell a unique cologne in a deleted short from this past weekend's 'SNL.'

'The Maya Rudolph Show' Introduces GPS Family The Garmyns on Inaugural Episode

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by Kate Erbland May 20, 2014 @ 10:10 AM
On last night's inaugural 'The Maya Rudolph Show,' host Maya Rudolph unveiled The Garmyns, an all-American family made wealthy and happy by the voice skills of both Mama and Papa Garmyn (Rudolph and Fred Armisen). They've certainly earned their GPS wealth, but it sure seems as if they've taken their work home -- no, really. What happens when the Garmyns meet their future son-in-law (Andy Samberg)? Just a lot of recalculating.

'SNL' Scorecard: Andy Samberg Brings Back The Old Gang For The Season Finale

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by Mike Ryan May 18, 2014 @ 10:33 AM
The truth is, I don’t particularly enjoy reviewing ‘Saturday Night Live’ – something I’ve done now for four full seasons at three different outlets. Now, I’ve loved the show for my entire life and I love writing about the show, but it’s not easy to be critical of what these people do every week because it really is remarkable what they can pull off in less than one week on live television. (I’ve attended ‘SNL’ twice: Once in 2009 and then again for dress rehearsal last night. Watching the organized chaos that unfolds in person is almost overwhelming.)
The 2013-2014 season is now over and, no, it won’t go down in history as one of the better seasons in ‘SNL’ history. The show has lost too many stars over the past couple of years to recover that quickly, but they will recover. They always do. ‘SNL’ has always leaned heavily on recurring sketches, but what’s weird is how many recurring sketches are in rotation right now that not that many people love. When you think back, there’s always been a ‘Church Lady’ or ‘Wayne’s World’ or ‘Cheerleaders’ or ‘Stefon’ – but now, they don’t have that, and without that it’s been hard to sustain an identity.

'SNL': Lonely Island and Pharrell Williams Sing About Giving All of the Ladies Some Hugs

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by Jacob Hall May 18, 2014 @ 9:02 AM
When Andy Samberg was a cast member on 'SNL,' he routinely set the internet on fire with his digital shorts, but none were as popular as his Lonely Island music videos, which saw him, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone performing hip-hop music that often sounded like the real thing. Well, at least it would sound like the real thing if the subject matter wasn't totally crazy. With Samberg performing hosting duties on the season finale, Lonely Island reunited for a new video (with a special appearance by Pharrell Williams), singing and rapping about what it's like to be hardcore huggers.

'SNL' and Andy Samberg Ask "When Will the Bass Drop?"

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by Jacob Hall May 18, 2014 @ 8:58 AM
This season of 'SNL' has been all about truly weird and experimental digital shorts, so it only makes sense that guest host Andy Samberg (who helped pioneer them in the first place) would help make one of the strangest. There's almost no dialogue in this sketch and the joke isn't immediately accessible, but it's the kind of specific and eclectic comedy that 'SNL' tends to excel at when it wants to.

'SNL': Seth Meyers, Bill Hader and Martin Short Crash Andy Samberg's Opening Monologue

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by Jacob Hall May 18, 2014 @ 8:53 AM
It can be an odd experience when former 'SNL' cast members return to host the show. On one level, it's refreshing to see some of your favorite faces return to the stage. On another level, it's a reminder of what the show has lost (especially in a "rebuilding" season like this one). So the season finale's opening monologue was a bittersweet affair, with guest host Andy Samberg being joined by fellow 'SNL' veterans Seth Meyers, Bill Hader and Martin Short.