Anna Faris SNL
October 17, 2011 by staff
Whoever is to load the photos on your web site can not handle the last few hours and be with them since immediately after the show apparently, and seem to jump out of bed in the morning to do their job.
Seriously, 12 hours after the episode has passed and still images up? Uncool. If you want to talk about her show, and I guess you want us to discuss your program, you need to make it easier for us to talk about her show. The deadweight fire or hire someone who can do the job very difficult to upload photos to a website. Like a child without a job. Or a chimpanzee.
Apparently the uploader NBC marmoset awoke and did her job. Finally. FASTEST ADOPTION, NBC. THANKS.
Now. Anna Faris. Anna Faris is a host last night because it seemed just curious blend seamlessly into the cast. In many sketches, literally, had to spend a moment or two to figure out what was Anna Faris. On the one hand, it is a complement to their comic skills – she’s as good as any of the cast of SNL, and would be more appropriate if the pit of horror parody or terrible romantic comedies nobody wants to see it dries. On the other hand, as an actor, an actor in that, unless you do not know, different from the cast of a comedy show? You should not stand in any way? It sparklies or funny or even very very terrible? But above all, he must not mix and generally mediocre and forgettable something?
As for last night’s episode was funny, I dunno. The weekend update was simply terrible, tahe GOP debate sketch, but something funny was undermined by the inability to complete Vanessa Bayer to read cue cards, the closure scheme with the timing of Cristina Ferrari and Wiig Anna Faris shout only parts of the body was intolerable, and I can not say whether that picture, where the women sang about all the contradictions faced by women while dating was a scathing feminist commentary on our culture, or if it was written by the world’s biggest misogynist. MYSTERY.
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