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'SNL' gives cable TV some love with 'Girls,' 'Breaking Bad' mentions

'SNL' gives cable TV some love with 'Girls,' 'Breaking Bad' mentions

The first episode of the 39th season of “Saturday Night Live” aired a week after the Emmys and, as such, seemed to take inspiration from the homage to popular television. Aaron Paul of “Breaking Bad” made three separate cameos, and the show also featured a parody of Lena Dunham’s “Girls.” In the "Girls" sketch, the title characters (including new cast member Noël Wells showing off her Lena Dunham impression, which seemed pretty spot-on when paired with good costuming and a proper Brooklyn backdrop) are joined by a new “girl”: an old Albanian woman, Blerta, played by Fey. Blerta, who’s had a hard time in life and...

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