Heather Graham / Marc Anthony
October 16, 1999

[OPENING] Al W. Bush Gore
This was pretty funny, it just seemed they could have done a little bit better with this, but it was ok.
7 out of 10

[MONOLOGUE] Heather Graham
Hmmm.....Heather Graham.....ughhhh......so hot,
and the monologue wasn't bad either.
I cracked up when Chris parnell came out with the "gift"
9 out of 10

[COMMERCIAL] Litter Critters
LOL, this was funny,
seems like a classic commercial
8 out of 10

[SKETCH] Sex crazed couple on a plane
This skit is entertaining, but it gets kind of old
7 out of 10

[SKETCH] Ladies' Man
I love the ladies man, roller girl was great, funny skit.
8 out of 10

[SKETCH] Hans and Franz: Where Are They Now?
LOL> this was great!
I couldn't believe it! This was such a good idea, they should definatly do it again with some other characters.
8 out of 10

[SKETCH] VH1 NetAid coverage
This was really funny, but they probably could have made it funnier if they wanted to.
7 out of 10

[WEEKEND UPDATE] with Colin Quinn
Another awesome update. Colin just gets better each week. I defiantly seems that the writing has gotten way better. Just about all the jokes had me laughing, the thing with the little girl was classic, and Horatio Sanz and Colin had me cracking up.
9 out of 10

[MUSICAL GUEST] Marc Anthony
Didnt watch it

[SKETCH] Dog Show
every once and a while this skit does something funny, but its kind of stupid.
6 out of 10

[SKETCH] 'Blair Witch Project' Spoof Foundation
LOL, this was excellent, I like the way they approached this whole Blair Witch thing,
and I had just seen the movie a few days ago, so I could totally relate better.

[MUSICAL GUEST] Marc Anthony

[SKETCH] Post-threesome discussion
This was a great skit, or maybe it was the idea of having a threesome with Heather Graham.
8 out of 10


I thought this was another great show, there was a lot of strong writing and everyone did an awesome job. Heather Graham was an excellent host and she is so damn hot.

Episode Review written by George Fold

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