Melissa McCarthy will be returning to Saturday Night Live for the second time in two years as will actor Vince Vaughn, who last featured on the show in 1998.
What does SNL stand for?
SNL stands for Saturday Night Live
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- Seminar Nasional Kecerdasan Komputasional (Indonesian: National Seminar on Computational Intelligence)
- Shin Nihon Kentei Kyokai (Japan)
- Stichting Netwerk Kleine Projecten (Dutch: Organization Network for Small Projects)
- Save North Korean Refugees (New York, NY)
- Suomi Nousee - Kansa Yhdistyy (Finnish: Finland Rises, People Unite; political party)
- Sample Noise Level
- Sandia National Laboratories
- School for New Learning (DePaul University; Chicago, IL)
- Scottish Nuclear Limited
- Security National Life Insurance Company (est. 1965)
- Sentinel Lymph Node
- Sentinel Node Localization
- Shot Noise Level
- Show'N Low (custom car club)
- Société des Naturalistes Luxembourgeois (French: Luxembourg Society of Naturalists)
- Société Nationale du Logement (French: National Housing Corporation)
- Société Nouvelle du Littoral (French: New Littoral Society)
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Consider the "Drop Dead" headline and Saturday Night Live skits about President Ford.
Byline: By Adam Smith A BIRMINGHAM promoter hoping to create a Saturday Night Live venue to rival the famous New York television show has come under fire for booking controversial comedian Bernard Manning as his first act.
Now that Saturday Night Live is firmly ensconced as a small-screen institution, it's hard to recapture the original energy and excitement behind the show.
At least, I can't recall anything funny he's said (although how he's said it might be another story, if Saturday Night Live is any indication).
Sweeney, who in 1986 spent a season on Saturday Night Live and in doing so became the first openly gay performer on network television, adds that the inspiration for the show came from the spiraling tendency in the media to hype and overinflate.