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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Lorne Michaels
The difference between Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers in the days before their first talk shows began is evident in what they spent the most time on, said the man who guided both programs to birth. With Fallon, who took over "Late Night" in 2009, it was the performance. Meyers worries about the writing.
Republicans are easier to make fun of than Democrats. That is what "Saturday Night Live" executive producer Lorne Michaels told Vulture.com.
Seth Meyers is moving from his "Weekend Update" desk to his own late night show on NBC.
"Saturday Night Live" is welcoming two prominent up-and-comers to this week's show.
"Saturday Night Live" has elected a new Barack Obama: Jay Pharoah will take over the plum role of impersonating the president.
Kristen Wiig got a musical send-off on the season finale of "Saturday Night Live" as the popular and versatile cast member made her exit after seven years.
Kristen Wiig got a musical sendoff on the season finale of "Saturday Night Live" as the popular and versatile cast member made her exit after seven years.
Eli Manning sensed his brother's shadow even as a comedic actor.
NBC says "30 Rock" is going live this fall.
The show's producer, Lorne Michaels, told The New York Times last week that "it simply never came up that we would move to Los Angeles."
"It was one of those great cryptic Lorne calls where he was saying, 'I think this will be good for you and you'll be good at it,'" Meyers recalled.