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  • 'Saturday Night Live': What critics said about the show 40 years ago

    'Saturday Night Live': What critics said about the show 40 years ago
    On Saturday, NBC will rebroadcast in full the first episode of "Saturday Night Live" as part of a weekend-long celebration of the show's 40th anniversary that culminates with a 3-hour show Sunday night.
  • At 40, 'Saturday Night Live' is still in its prime

     At 40, 'Saturday Night Live' is still in its prime
    "Saturday Night Live" is 40 years old this year. Forty years before its debut — Oct. 11, 1975, during the Ford administration — Jack Benny was in his third year on radio; the Marx Brothers were starring in "A Night at the Opera," their first...

    REVIEW: 'Laughter on the 23rd Floor' at First Folio Theatre

     REVIEW: 'Laughter on the 23rd Floor' at First Folio Theatre
    Before "The Writers' Room" became the name of a Sundance Television program examining the ins and outs and ups and downs of crafting popular television shows, Neil Simon created his own tribute to the all-star team of scribes behind Sid Caesar's "Your...

    Super Bowl, Puppy Bowl, Mel Brooks, 'SNL': this weekend

    Super Bowl, Puppy Bowl, Mel Brooks, 'SNL': this weekend
    The year's most-watched telecast tops a weekend filled with comedy from Mel Brooks, Key & Peele, Jimmy Fallon and "Saturday Night Live." The Super Bowl between the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks starts at 6:30 p.m. Sunday on NBC. That...

    First Folio's 'Laughter on the 23rd Floor' showcases '50s great funnymen

    First Folio's 'Laughter on the 23rd Floor' showcases '50s great funnymen
    Some of the greatest comedy minds, including Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner, combined forces in the 1950s as writers of the comedy/variety TV program, “Your Show of Shows.” Neil Simon takes audiences behind the scenes to the room where the magic...