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Gore to Host 'Saturday Night Live'
| Carl Limbacher and NewsMax.com Staff
Posted on 11/03/2002 9:04:14 AM PST by kattracks
Ex-Vice President Al Gore is scheduled to host NBC's "Saturday Night Live" next month, the comedy show announced on its Web site this weekend.
"Robert DeNiro and former Vice President Al Gore are slated to host December episodes of 'Saturday Night Live,'" according to a report by Saturday-Night-Live.com's Sean Bradley.
An accompanying SNL schedule shows Gore slated to appear December 14.
The broadcast would likely give Gore his largest TV audience since he conceeded the presidential election exactly two years to the day from that date.
Gore watchers have said that he'll make up his mind on whether he'll challenge President Bush for a rematch shortly after next week's election.
53 percent of Democrats surveyed for a recent NBC/Wall Street Journal poll said they do not want him to run again, with only 35 percent backing another try.
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posted on 11/03/2002 9:04:14 AM PST
Gore is a complete joke, so its only fitting that he host a "comedy" show, even though SNL hasn't been funny in years. The left wing bigshots at NBC will do anything to try and humanize the human tree stump, but it still wont win him the presidency.
posted on 11/03/2002 9:06:00 AM PST
"Gore to Host 'Saturday Night Live'"
Now this is a good idea. Maybe Gore could have a future in comedy.
No, don't tell me - he'll start off with, "I'm Al Gore and I used to be the next president of the United States." Ho ho ho, oh my sides.
Al Gore already has a comedy script written:
It's called: Earth in the Balance
posted on 11/03/2002 9:11:26 AM PST
What a pathetic bunch of losers. This is why I never watch this "comedy" show anymore- it's just not funny.
For that night only, in Gore's honor, they'll call it "Saturday Night LIED"
posted on 11/03/2002 9:14:34 AM PST
The guy's always made me laugh.
He's got a sort of Herman Munster/Droopy Dog/Rainman/HAL the computer shtick working.
I'll be tuning in.
Click on book!
posted on 11/03/2002 9:16:14 AM PST
Well let us see first there was John McCain who could not beat George W. Bush, now it is Al Gore who could not beat George W. Bush. Interesting trend? lol.
Actually, didn't Bob Dole use to be on Jon Stewart's show on Comedy Central. I guess if you lose a race you go to comedy lol. Anyway, I hope they do a Frankenstein sketch. Al Gore is the perfect Igore.
posted on 11/03/2002 9:22:27 AM PST
53 percent of Democrats surveyed...said they do not want him to run again...
I realize that was a fairly reputable poll, however, judging from the postings at the Dumbocrat Under(6 feet of)ground and Bartcrap forums, they absolutely go into orgasmic tizzies at the mere mention of him.
Most of the 'rats on those forums feel Algore is the only hope they have for '04.
Of course, the idiots on those forums also go into orgasmic tizzies over the mention of the 'toon, who they all fervently wish could run again, they swoon at the sight of the hildebeest, and still worship some old bat named Julie Hiatt Steele.
I guess the only "poll" findings one can extract from all that is that they go for the has-beens.
No new ideas.
posted on 11/03/2002 9:26:37 AM PST
Hope he doesn't cry about the 2000 Election like he did in Maryland this past week. If he does, he'll have a sympathetic audience. Al, don't forget your kleenex!
posted on 11/03/2002 9:31:37 AM PST
Gore and Clinton made complete asses of themselves at Wellstones "memorial". And by the way, have you seen Clinton campaigning lately for democratic races throughout the country? Clinton spends most of the time on the front of the stage soaking up and waving to all the people, while the candidate looks helplessly on in the background!!(hint: McBride in Florida) Typical Clinton!!!
posted on 11/03/2002 9:55:19 AM PST
A has-been show hosted by a has-been politician.
TV sure is great.
they'll call it "Saturday Night LIED"
Featuring musical guests Buddhist Temple Pilots
This Gore's latest attepmt to come off as warm and likeable. Sorry Albore, it hasn't worked in any of your numerous tries in the past, and those lame SNL writers couldn't joke their way out of a wet paper bag. I won't be able to resist watching the train wreck, though.
Gore will be playing himself in all the skits. No acting required with aL-Gore.
To: dead; kattracks
The guy's always made me laugh.
Agreed! The Goreon reminds me of a more reserved Mr. Garrison, the closeted Gay school teacher on South Park.
Besides, one of the funnier SNLs of the 80s was when George McGovern hosted. They had a camera following McGovern aroung New York asking people "do you know who I am?" Only one out of eight people knew!
posted on 11/03/2002 10:43:48 AM PST
First it was John McCain, now AlGore. Hey, that's two thirds of the 3 Stooges. Daschle would make the third. They wouldn't even have to talk. Just stand there and savor the laughter!!!
If it coincides with Thanksgiving weekend, he'll be perfectly cast as the TURKEY.
posted on 11/03/2002 10:55:40 AM PST
al's one liners
"don't you laugh at me - I invented comedy"!
"they laughed at me when I said I was going to be a comedian - well they ain't laughin now"!
When Rudy went on SNL after 911 he had a brilliant comment.
When Lorne asked the Mayor during the opening monologue what to do he said TO Rudy, "Can we be funny?
The Mayor said in reply, "Why start now!" It was perfect deadpan but perfectly true.
Anyway, the more they put on Gore the better. There is no way he can redeem himself and each and every time he makes a bigger dope out of himself. I say bring it on...: )
posted on 11/03/2002 11:53:13 AM PST
Gosh,I Might Be Wrong But I'll Bet"Dollars To Doughnuts"That He Refers To Having(IN His Mind)Gotten More Votes Than "W" And Still LOST(Along With His cohort'LOSERMAN"!!!!!!!Do You S'Pose He Will??????
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Algore's going to face some stiff competition from Jimmy Carter(come on, he could run again) and Hitlery.
Ross Perot seems to have dropped off the face of the Earth.
posted on 11/03/2002 12:55:05 PM PST
Clinton spends most of the time on the front of the stage soaking up and waving to all the people, while the candidate looks helplessly on in the background
You mean like this? lol
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GORE HAS FOUND HIS NICHE!
even though SNL hasn't been funny in years
Exactly. That's why Gore is such a perfect match for SNL.
posted on 11/03/2002 7:48:27 PM PST
WIN ONE FOR THE GIPPER
Vote on Tuesday.
Do the right thing.
posted on 11/03/2002 7:49:43 PM PST
Gore, you are no Will Farrell.
But I would love to see Gore and Hammonds (sp?) get in a contest to see which one can
do the most convincing enunciation of
posted on 11/03/2002 7:50:59 PM PST
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