Found February 11, 2013 on With Leather:
Warming Glow usually handles weekly recaps of Saturday Night Live right after it airs. As a site that updates Monday through Friday we don’t always get that timely Sunday morning bump, but SNL covered the Super Bowl Blackout and I’ll be damned if I don’t dedicate a post to Jay Pharoah’s Shannon Sharpe impression.Here’s what the folks at WG (where I one day hope to lord over everyone with my ‘Arthur’ jokes and terrible pro wrestling recaps) had to say about the cold open:Nice of the SNL makeup department to make Tim Robinson look like Bill Cowher’s thawed-out corpse. Anyway, the cold open started slowly before delivering some solid lines in the final two minutes. JB (the black JB, not the wannabe-black JB) admitting he’s never actually seen 2 Broke Girls was a nice touch, and making Jay Pharoah’s Shannon Sharpe reveal, “Ray Lewis knows who killed those people, because it was him!” was what was missing from last episode’s Weekend Update Ray-Ray appearance. Not a great opener, but not bad, either.If you missed it, video is below. I guess they couldn’t find a realistic Dan Marino wig.At least they didn’t make Kenan be BOTH black guys.For a recap of the rest of the show, including a Whoopi Goldberg cameo, the 79,000th Californians sketch and Justin Bieber as a sexy 1950s 11-year old, be sure to check out Warming Glow’s thing.The post SNL Covered The Super Bowl Blackout And Jay Pharoah Should Be Shannon Sharpe Forever appeared first on With Leather.
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