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Peter Dinklage and Leslie Jones are ‘Naked and Afraid’ on SNL

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by Jacob Hall April 3, 2016 @ 9:11 AM
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Naked & Afraid is an actual reality show that just began its fifth season on the Discovery Channel, but it sounds so much like something that was cooked up in the SNL writers’ room that you can be forgiven for thinking it’s entirely a gag. The premise is patently ridiculous: two strangers are thrown into the wild without clothing or supplies and must survive for 21 days. But SNL has devised a “celebrity” edition of the show and they tossed guest host Peter Dinklage and the incredible Leslie Jones into it.

SNL and Peter Dinklage Take You Behind the Scenes of ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 6

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by Jacob Hall April 3, 2016 @ 9:04 AM
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With Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage hosting SNL, there was no way the show wasn’t going to parody HBO’s beloved fantasy series in some way. After all, this wouldn’t be the first time SNL has taken on the most popular tale of intrigue and violence and dragons and sex. But you’ve got to give the writers credit — creating a fake “making-of” featurette is a fresh concept, especially since past sketches have been more straightforward riffs on this material.

SNL Ranked: Peter Dinklage Is (Mostly) an SNL Miracle

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by Britt Hayes April 3, 2016 @ 8:58 AM
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With Game of Thrones Season 6 just within our grasp, Peter Dinklage drops by Studio 8H for his SNL hosting debut. You may recall his hilarious cameo as Peter Drunklage with Bobby Moynihan's Drunk Uncle back in 2013, but that was only a hint of the greatness Dinklage brought to his first proper SNL appearance. Everyone brings their A-game to this week's brilliant, hilariously absurd show, which made ranking the sketches pretty difficult — but hey, I still tried. Read on for our ranking of this week's SNL sketches from best to worst (hey, they weren't all great).

SNL Preview: Peter Dinklage Talks ‘Game of Thorns’ Role as Tyrone

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 30, 2016 @ 1:38 PM
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Following a few weeks’ rest, SNL will spring ahead with Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage making his first official hosting turn, and you know what spring means: Winter is coming. You know, eventually. In a roundabout sense. Anyway, the first official promos are here!

SNL Sets Peter Dinklage to Play the Game of Hosts in First April Outing

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 13, 2016 @ 12:06 AM
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Game of Thrones may have played coy with Peter Dinklage’s Tyrion by the first Season 6 trailer, but the half-man will host full time when April offers its first SNL. The erstwhile Peter Drunklage has booked his first official SNL hosting, just weeks ahead of the Game of Thrones premiere.

FOX’s Lonely Island ‘Party Over Here’ Refused to Compete With SNL

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 8, 2016 @ 1:05 PM
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Many have tried to compete with SNL in the realm of Saturday sketch comedy, though few ever shared as much DNA as FOX’s upcoming Lonely Island-produced Party Over Here. It took us aback to see Andy Samberg going against his former boss, but the Brooklyn Nine-Nine star reveals that the group made sure their series wouldn’t compete in the SNL timeslot, or move forward without Lorne Michaels’ approval.

Chloe Moretz Did a Lot of Screaming on Korean SNL This Weekend

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 7, 2016 @ 12:44 PM
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Regardless of the occasional stumble on its American side, SNL has spread through many countries with their own iterations, including South Korea. The sketches don’t often necessarily make their way stateside, but when a screaming Chloe Moretz hurls a fistful of kimchi at one of the performers, well, you’ve got our attention.

SNL and Jonah Hill Tell One Surreal Sports Story With ‘The Champ’

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by Jacob Hall March 6, 2016 @ 8:54 AM
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Last night’s episode of SNL felt a little unfocused, like it didn’t quite know what to do with guest Jonah Hill. However, when the sketches connected, they really connected, with the best of them truly utilizing Hill’s acting chops (he is a two-time Oscar nominee, after all). So it shouldn’t be too surprising that the high point for Hill came in a pre-filmed sketch — he’s funny in regular sketches, but he really shines when things get a little cinematic.