Bobby Moynihan - Hot Video - Corn Syrup Commercial, 3/12/11

Friday, March 27, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Is Dr. McBain (Retirement)

The long arm of retirement.

WARNING: Some language.

Bobby's on at 1:42

"That was really good."

From 2007


Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Gets beat up by a soccer freak (VidiotsLIVE)

VidiotsLive™ World Soccer Sketch

VidiotsLIVE™ on ChannelBlast™ ( is a LIVE unscripted comedy show featuring video clips, improvisation, man on the street segments and more! Viewers can chat LIVE with our hosts and be part of the show, interact and participate in comedy segments and vote on their favorites! It's cutting edge comedy and it's LIVE!

VidiotsLIVE™ permanent guest hosts are Bobby Moynihan and Charlie Sanders, who have been featured on COMEDY CENTRAL, VH1, CONAN O BRIEN and more.

Charlie is not so funny, but Bobby is hilarious here!!!


Saturday, March 21, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - When In Rome (info)

Bobby Moynihan is going to be in a film...

When in Rome

Release Date: 7 August 2009 (USA)

Director: Mark Steven Johnson

Beth Harper (Bell) is a young, successful real estate agent ... but she's completely unlucky in love. However, when the New Yorker travels to Rome to see her newlywed sister, she impulsively steals some coins from a reputed fountain of love, and is then aggressively pursued by a band of wannabe lovers.

Alexis Dziena ... Joan

Kristen Bell ... Beth Harper

Josh Duhamel ... Nick Beamon

Will Arnett

Danny DeVito

Anjelica Huston

Jon Heder

Dax Shepard

Keir O'Donnell ... Father Dino

Don Johnson

Kate Micucci ... Stacy Harper

Peter Donald Badalamenti II ... Ace Frehley

Alexa Havins ... Lacey

Bobby Moynihan ... Puck

Bobby plays Puck. Hey, it's a start!!!



The first images from the comedy When in Rome are now online as well as a mini behind the scenes set video. The flick is directed by Mark Steven Johnson (Ghost Rider, Daredevil) and stars Kristen Bell, Josh Duhamel, Will Arnett, Alexis Dziena, Jon Heder, Dax Shepard, Bobby Moynihan, Danny DeVito and Anjelica Huston. It opens September 18, 2009.

Bell stars as an ambitious young New Yorker, disillusioned with romance, who takes a whirlwind trip to Rome where she defiantly plucks magic coins from a “foolish” fountain of love, inexplicably igniting the passion of an odd group of suitors: a sausage magnate (DeVito), a street magician (Heder), an adoring painter (Arnett) and a self-admiring model (Shepard).

Check out the pics below.

No Bobby in the pics. =^(




On the 'When in Rome' Set with Kristen Bell and Josh Duhamel!

KRISTEN BELL must fend off numerous suitors in 'When in Rome' -- including hunky JOSH DUHAMEL -- and ET is on the set of the fun romantic comedy!

"For some reason I keep doing movies with all boys; I need to do a movie with some girls, because I'm up to here with the testosterone, you know?" Kristen jokes with ET. "There's too many funny guys in this movie -- I'm really trying to compete."

The 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' star plays Beth, a successful-but-single curator at the Guggenheim museum in New York City who flies out to Rome for her sister's impulsive wedding. When in Rome, Beth picks up coins from the "fountain of love" -- and soon finds a quintet of suitors waiting for her back home! Is it a blessing, or a curse?

Josh leads the pack of possibilities in Kristen's male harem, but she also has to contend with the likes of self-absorbed suitor DAX SHEPARD, WILL ARNETT, an Italian Romeo stalking her halfway around the globe, and JON HEDER, a street magician who mines his talents to try to land Beth.

"There's literally four or five of us competing for the prize," explains Josh, "and for me it's more fun that way; it's less predictable."

Kristen comments that of her co-stars, "It's difficult to act with [Will] because I just laugh through all my lines," while she sarcastically describes the handsome Josh as "really an unfortunate-looking human being."

ANGELICA HUSTON and DANNY DeVITO round out the cast of the MARK STEVEN JOHNSON-directed comedy ('Ghost Rider,' 'Simon Birch'), which is filming on location in New York and Rome.



Thursday, March 19, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Wears a horrible shirt (SNL Digital Short: The Party)

SNL Digital Short: The Party

The usual party suspects...

Fred Armisen ... Guest
Abby Elliott ... Guest
Will Forte ... Tom
Bill Hader
John Lutz ... Guest
Bobby Moynihan ... Guest
Andy Samberg
Jason Sudeikis ... Batman
Kenan Thompson ... Mr. Personality
Casey Wilson ... Guest

Hilarious! It's like the Boardroom Meeting skit with just some random shots at people. Not exactly a song, but it's hilarious!!! Batman finally showed his face.

Bobby wears a horrible shirt near the beginning (his hair is pretty bad too).


Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Is scared straight (video)

Scared Straight

Tracy Morgan ... Kendrick McEntire
Bill Hader ... Kid
Bobby Moynihan ... Kid
Andy Samberg ... Kid
Jason Sudeikis ... Sikorsky, officer
Kenan Thompson ... Lorenzo McIntosh

This time Kenan does this again with Tracy Morgan. Tracy sports a sweet fro.

Andy, "Is that the plot of the movie Sidways?" Andy's the ringleader at 3:45.

Bobby figures out that they're describing Groundhog Day. You can do it, Bobby!!!

Hahahaha. Bill Hader loses it when Kenan and Tracy start touching his face.

Jason Sudeikis starts improvising his movements at 5:22 and Bill, Andy, and Bobby can't keep a straight face looking at him.

Bobby's facial expressions are hilarious when he can't keep a straight face at the end.

It's amazing, this skit is hilarious, and it has nothing to do with the writing. =^)


Monday, March 16, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Is he picking his nose?

Or is he saying, "Shhh!"

You decide!!!

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - In No Murder Mystery

The Vaudeville Slap-Factory presents Deets, Scooter and "The Beef" as The Butcher, The Baker and The Candlestick-Maker in their classic silent comedy haunted house murder mystery.



Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Gets Shipwrecked (Lighthouse Date)

Lighthouse Date

The rocks are treacherous.

Dwayne Johnson ... Guy
Will Forte ... Captain
Bill Hader ... Sailor
Bobby Moynihan ... Sailor
Andy Samberg ... Sailor
Jason Sudeikis ... Jetskier
Kristen Wiig ... Girl

Hahahaha. They saved one of the best for last. This is my favorite skit of the episode. What do you think?

I thought it was funny that Jason Sudeikis was wiping the water off his eyes after he was already impaled. I suppose it was best to do this skit last because it must have been more time consuming to dry off after this skit.

All the shipwrecked guys sureget a ton of water tossed at them!

- Enjoy!

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Calls in to talk about an alien (Game Time With Dave And Greg)

Show: Game Time With Dave And Greg

The best sports show in the galaxy.

Dwayne Johnson ... Dave Delmonte
Bill Hader ... Greg
Darrell Hammond ... Tom, caller (voice)
Seth Meyers ... Joey, caller (voice)
Bobby Moynihan ... Chuck, caller (voice)
Andy Samberg ... Pat, caller (voice)
Kenan Thompson ... Randy Dukes
Kenan Thompson ... Announcer (voice)

Bobby Moynihan delivers a great New York accent. He should bring the accent to a regular character, because it's great!

Nice picture of Andy Samberg as a former host from 1987.

Wow, that was actually pretty funny, especially at the end. Greg is definitely not an alien.


Monday, March 9, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Gets called fat by The Rock (Hawaiian Bar)

Hawaiian Bar

Hawaiian Hotel: Service with a smile.

Dwayne Johnson ... Musician
Fred Armisen ... Musician
Abby Elliott ... Patron
Will Forte ... Patron
Bill Hader ... Patron
Darrell Hammond ... Patron
Bobby Moynihan ... Patron
Andy Samberg ... Patron
Jason Sudeikis ... Patron
Kenan Thompson ... Patron
Michaela Watkins ... Patron
Kristen Wiig ... Patron
Casey Wilson ... Patron

Wow. Everyone was in this skit. Casey's only skit.

Bobby's facial expressions are pretty funny.

The Rock and Fred go around insulting everyone to music. What could be better?

That waitress at the end looked like she was watching the screen to see when she was on camera. Then she was like, "Oh I'm on!" You could totally see it in her expression.


Sunday, March 8, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - In Bronx World Travelers Episode 5

Bronx World Travelers - Episode 5 - Let's Play

With coach rolling by his side, the Washington Colonels' hot shot plays the one on one game to end all one on one games.

Featuring - Bobby Moynihan (Saturday Night Live)

Not as good as the last one.


Saturday, March 7, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - In Bronx World Travelers Episode 4

Bronx World Travelers - Episode 4 - Street Legend

After pantsing a member of the Bronx World Travelers, the star of the Washington Colonels hits the blacktop and gets coached by a wheelchair bound Street Legend.

Featuring - Bobby Moynihan (Saturday Night Live)

I think this was from before SNL.

I like it when he eats the burger.

"Then this tiny hammer." Hahahaha.

"Good. Cuz I have a tiny house to build."


Thursday, March 5, 2009

Updated Popular Bobby Moynihan vids

Latest list of "Popular Bobby Moynihan vids"

Vinny's Son
Beyonce Backup Dancers
Of Mice and Men
Simply Victor

Check out the list on the right! Thanks!


Wednesday, March 4, 2009

'SNL's' Bobby Moynihan Discusses Working with Beyonce, Justin Timberlake, James Franco And More

Who here isn't an unabashed nerd when it comes to Saturday Night Live? We read all the books, collect the DVD's, study the history. You know who else is a self-admitted Saturday Night Live nerd? Bobby Moynihan. The difference? He's actually on the show.

Bobby joins us for a look back on his first -- and what turned out to be a historic -- year on the show and what it's like to work side-by-side with Beyonce Knowles, Justin Timberlake, Jon Hamm, Anne Hathaway and James Franco; plus, why he's looking so forward to March 14th. Again, it's always great to speak to someone who so obviously loves what they do.

Mike: You worked on Conan O'Brien's show, right?

Bobby: Yeah, yeah. A couple of years.

Mike: How would you describe the difference between doing a sketch on Conan -- the preparation involved -- or Upright Citizens Brigade, as opposed to SNL?

Bobby: I guess it's weirdly similar. [On] Conan, it was like: here's your bit and we're not going to tell you what it is until you get there (laughs). We're going to rehearse it once and then we're going to tape it live. It didn't go out on TV live but you only had one chance to do it so if you screwed up ... that was it. So, it was similar ... I guess it was actually the same exact thing except it's on a much bigger scale at SNL ... where it's in history forever so it's nerve racking (laughs). But, I did a lot weirder stuff on Conan; a lot of fat guy in his underwear stuff.

Mike: What was your first meeting with Lorne [Michaels] like?

Bobby: It was so amazing. I felt so lucky, I left the building that day going: The chances of getting SNL are so minuscule but at least I got to have that experience. At least he thought of me enough to even bring me in. It was the coolest thing in the world.

I felt like I was lied to, a little bit ... I worked with a couple of guys from SNL at Upright Citizens Brigade before I got it and everyone was kind of prompting me like: Don't do bits, don't try to be funny ... it was essentially: be yourself but don't be yourself, because, I'm kind of an idiot (laughs). I went in there and weirdly enough it was like talking to an old friend; I felt like I was on a first date. I was nervous and he was just asking me about my family and he seemed really interested. And he was asking me a lot of old SNL questions -- and I'm a super nerd about it.

He was like, "Do you see anything in my office you like?" Which I thought was funny.

And I was like, "That mug over there is the 'Worlds Best Boss' mug that you used for the Rainn Wilson episode on The Office sketch.

He was like, "Oh that mug next to those Emmys," (laughs) so he's a funny dude.

Mike: I wonder: Is it harder to come on in the middle of the season -- like Casey [Wilson] did or like Michaela [Watkins] and Abby [Elliott] just did -- or start fresh at the beginning of a season.

Bobby: It's weird. I feel so lucky for the timing of everything ... I came in with all of the Sarah Palin stuff right at the beginning of the season. I think I came in at the best time but also the hardest time because we had ten shows in eight weeks.

I know a lot of the other cast-members were like: This is pretty crazy, it's never like this. Now that we are going into two weeks on/two weeks off for the rest of the season it's almost like it's not work. It was every single week ... plus the Thursday shows. You just start and the next thing you know you're in a moose costume with Sarah Palin ... I can't believe there's only six episodes left in this season.

Mike: I've been guilty of this as a viewer: You get comfortable with the cast then, all of a sudden, someone else has been added and as a viewer you are like, "Well now, who is this?" Do you think it's more important, at first, to just get as much screen time as possible or to establish reoccurring characters like Mark Payne?

Bobby: Obviously it's good to get screen time and all that stuff ... The Mark Payne thing, I've been doing that for years and I can't believe that it got on in the first episode and that I've done more since then.

My second episode, one of the writers wrote that "Of Mice and Men" sketch I did with James Franco and I was petrified because it was just me and him. It was one of those sketches where it's not a bunch of fart sounds, it was like you had to think about it a tiny bit ... the last thing I want to do is screw up, at all. Half because I don't want to get fired and half because I respect the show so much.

Mike: You wrote the Beyoncé sketch... That got a lot of attention.

Bobby: The story of that sketch is insane to me because I came in on Monday and went up to one of the writers, John Lutz ... who I think is a genius ... and I was like: Hey man, I've got this dumb idea for Beyoncé where me and Andy [Samberg] are the backup dancers. I just thought it would be funny to get in those outfits and do that. Essentially it was like: That's a great idea but she won't do it. When she's done the show before she likes to really focus on her performances...

But, we wrote it up anyway and handed it in and it didn't get picked and it was just, you know, she's not going to do it. On Thursday me and Andy saw her and went into her dressing room and we were just like, "hey," and she was super nice -- the most angelic creature you've ever seen -- and we told her the idea and she started laughing and she's like, "You're going to get in those outfits?" and we were like, "yeah, that's the plan." She was like, "That's amazing. I'll do it, but I'll do it if it's pre-taped because on the night I want to focus on the performances."

Lorne was like, "We're not going to do it, we don't do pre-tapes." So ,that was it. The next thing you know they're on the phone with Justin Timberlake and he's in town. An hour later he comes over and convinces Beyoncé to do it live ... if you look at the picture it's Paul Rudd, Beyoncé, me, Andy and Justin. I feel like it's one of those things where somebody superimposed me into that picture ... from the time I pitched the idea, exactly a week later, I'm sitting at my house looking at it in Entertainment Weekly and I was just like: What the hell have I done?

Mike: Is there an inspiration for Mark Payne?

Bobby: (Laughs) I was a bartender at a Pizzeria, Uno's, for nine years. The people I worked with were amazing but it was quite possibly the most miserable time of my life (laughs). Just being a bartender at a chain restaurant ... a lot of that stuff is real, people that I came in contact with, bits of information that I kept over the years. The last line of that sketch was, "Oh snap, I left my kid on the bus," and I actually heard somebody say that -- one of my co-workers. You write that down: so that just happened -- I'm going to remember that the rest of my life.

That's the way I wish I had acted towards customers; I wish I had just been a maniac and said whatever I wanted to and not care about the consequences. The Uno's that comes up a the very beginning of the sketch is the Uno's that I worked at; They went and shot the one I actually worked at.

Mike: I do love your impression of Snagglepuss. Where did you come up with the idea that we really needed a parody of a Hanna-Barbera cartoon?

Bobby: The first time I auditioned you had to do some characters and some impressions and impressions terrify me. You look at people like Bill [Hader] and Darrell [Hammond] and Fred [Armisen] who are just mimics. They talk to you for two minutes, they get down to your essence and can do you perfectly. But, I'm not like that.

I did Turtle from Entourage and Hurley from Lost for my first audition. They weren't really impressions as much as they were just chubby dudes with beards that I resembled. For my second audition, when I went back a year later, I think I did Nathan Lane, Jack Black and I had to do something else ... and the only impression I think I do well is Snagglepuss and I've been doing it since I was a kid.

On the subway there to the audition I was like: I've got to throw in another impression. At least it will make them laugh that I did it; that I actually showed up in front of Lorne Michaels and did a Snagglepuss impression. Then it's one of those things where, like, that Prop 8 stuff was going on and I was like: Oh, who would be good to comment on this? Then you get that idea that it might be funny if it's Snagglepuss. Then it's like: This will never get on the air, but, at least it will get a laugh at the table. Then it ended up getting in ... be careful what you wish for.

Mike: You guys are off this week, right?

Bobby: Yes

Mike: Have they announced the next hosts yet?

Bobby: It's The Rock, Dwayne Johnson [March 7] and then Tracy Morgan after that [March 14] which I'm super psyched for ... this is first time coming back since he was a cast member and he's super excited to do it but he's also, you know, I think he's a pretty legendary maniac. I just can't wait to see what's going to happen! And my dream of quite possibly being in an "Astronaut Jones" is ... I think that's one of the funniest sketches in the world. I want Tracy Morgan to be insane.


Wow what an interview!!!

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Lost Parody

This looks like a more recent video from College Humor. Is Bobby still doing these Internet videos?


Monday, March 2, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Live Journal Site

In case you didn't know, there's a Bobby Moynihan Live Journal Site for fans.

Go there:

Do it. Do it naaaaaaaaaaaaw!!!

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - In No Murder Mystery

The Vaudeville Slap-Factory presents Deets, Scooter and "The Beef" as The Butcher, The Baker and The Candlestick-Maker in their classic silent comedy haunted house murder mystery.



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