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

Monday, May 31, 2010

Is Bobby Moynihan the biggest Lost fan?

To call Bobby Moynihan a “Lost” nerd would be an understatement. The “Saturday Night Live” cast member is an obsessive fan of the mind-bendy sci-fi show, which [came to an end], as well as the proud owner of all six seasons of the show on DVD, a plethora of “Lost” action figures — both in and out of their boxes — and a Dharma station jumpsuit.

To demonstrate his love, Moynihan donned said jumpsuit for the final segment of the Upright Citizen’s Brigade’s salute to “Lost”... The evening began with a short taped message from Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse (where have these guys not been this past week?), followed by a set of “Lost”-themed sketches, some hilarious, some not so much. Towards the end of the evening, Samm Levine (forever Neal Schweiber from “Freaks and Geeks” to us) stopped by to riff on his guest star spot from earlier this season, in which he played a clerk at a Mr. Cluck’s Chicken Shack franchise. In his sketch, he pretended to pitch a network executive about possible “Lost” spin-off shows involving his character — “Cluck My Dad Says,” anyone?

The final comedian to perform was Moynihan, who didn’t perform a sketch so much as emotionally narrate a slideshow of his relationship with “Lost” over the past six years. He warned the audience he might cry, as he showed pictures of himself with his memorabilia, ranging from a full spread of his “Lost” trading cards to a picture of himself with his “Lost” board game in his shower.

He also showed off pictures of himself with Darlton, Michael Emerson, and Jorge Garcia, screenshots of how he’s managed to work “Lost” references into various “Saturday Night Live” sketches, from asking for Rose’s seat number during an airplane sketch to wearing a Dharma sweatshirt during Jon Hamm’s sign-off when he hosted the the show. Moynihan said his on-air “Lost” plug led to both a personal and Twitter acknowledgement from Lindolof, and after Lindelof and Moynihan became Facebook friends, the former sent the latter a full set of the sold-out, limited edition posters featured on Damon, Carlton and a Polar Bear. If that’s how epic “Lost” nerd-dom is rewarded, we wouldn’t want to live any other way.


I bet you Bobby put together the UCB Lost show.


Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Bobby Moynihan and Bri (photo)

From Jan 14, 2007.


Sunday, May 23, 2010

Bobby Moynihan - Recurring characters on SNL

Recurring characters on SNL:

Mark Payne, a ghetto-acting white waiter who works at Pizzeria Uno. Wears a black do-rag and a black and blue button-down T-shirt featuring Sagara Sanosuke from the anime Rurouni Kenshin and always complains about inconsequential things around the pizzeria (the smell of pepper on the first sketch on the episode hosted by Michael Phelps; how sticky the bar counter is in the second sketch on the episode hosted by Tim McGraw). In the first sketch, Mark had a child that he left on a bus and didn't realize it until the end of the sketch. The child was never mentioned in the second sketch. Moynihan has said in interviews that the character is a tribute to his days of working as a bartender for almost 10 years.

Vinny Vedecci Jr, the son of Bill Hader's Italian talk show host, Vinny Vedecci. Wears a black and white child's sailor suit. Always wants to asks celebrities ridiculous questions, but the celebrities can't understand his broken English, which makes him cry (until Vinny gives his son a cigarette and a drink of wine).

Liam, one of the kids in Gilly's (played by Kristen Wiig) elementary school class. It is often implied that he hates his stepfather.

Obnoxious Microphone Guy, a very annoying man who attends parties and other events, will at some point steal the microphone from the emcee (usually played by Jason Sudeikis) and obnoxiously scream "WHAAAAAAAAAT!" into the mic before dropping it on the floor.

Scared Straight Kid, one of the three young trouble-makers (along with Bill Hader and Andy Samberg) lectured by convict Lorenzo McIntosh (played by Kenan Thompson) and McIntosh's fellow inmates.

A$$ Dan, a member of the Kick Spit Underground Rock Festival and winner of the Worst He-Man Impression Contest and the Mud-Eating Contest. Even though the Blake Lively/Rihanna episode established that he died in 2009 at the age of 28 (Ass Dan was born in 1981), he was brought back as one half of the Thrilla Killa Clownz (spoof on the Insane Clown Posse) on the episode hosted by Ryan Phillippe.

Commercial Actor, In Tina Tina Chanuese's Commercials for Doorbells and More, Car Horns and More, and Alarm Clocks and More.


Friday, May 21, 2010

Bobby Moynihan is Kristen Wiig in Timecrowave

Commercial: Timecrowave

Using the power of time travel to heat food!

Alec Baldwin ... Gram Lampton
Steve Higgins ... announcer (voice)
Bobby Moynihan ... Penny
Kenan Thompson ... Graham
Kristen Wiig ... Penny Schmeer

Hahahaha. Bobby plays an alternate universe Penny. Hilarious! Great job, Bobby!


Thursday, May 20, 2010

Bobby Moynihan in Bedelia's Birthday Cookout

Sketch: Birthday Cookout

Daddy's little girl needs to spend more time with her peers.

Alec Baldwin ... father
Abby Elliott ... guest
Bill Hader ... guest
Bobby Moynihan ... guest
Nasim Pedrad ... Bedelia
Andy Samberg ... guest
Jenny Slate ... guest

Nasim gets a second sketch of her character in her first season!

Hahahaha. Nasim hooks up with Hader at the end.

Bobby's a dude hanging with Andy Samberg.


Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Bobby Moynihan in Swim Team Awards

Sketch: Swim Team Awards

An end of the year awards ceremony gets real.

Alec Baldwin ... Coach Rooney
Fred Armisen ... Luke Somers
Abby Elliott ... Julie Dubner
Will Forte ... teacher
Bill Hader ... Mike Santoro
Jessi Klein ... teacher
John Lutz ... teacher
Bobby Moynihan ... John "Titanic" Wentworth
Nasim Pedrad ... Maribel Jennies
Paula Pell ... teacher
Andy Samberg ... Bradley Coffler
Jenny Slate ... Rachel Morris
Kent Sublette ... teacher
Jason Sudeikis ... Pete O'Connell
Kenan Thompson ... Paul Williams
Kristen Wiig ... teacher

I love these skits that include everyone in them. These are fun!

I thought it was amusing, and Bobby was funny when he turned to leave.


Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Bobby Moynihan in Arizona Evenings

Sketch: Arizona Evenings

The new script girl cuts her teeth on set.

Alec Baldwin ... Morris
Abby Elliott ... makeup artist
Bobby Moynihan ... marker
Andy Samberg ... actor
Kenan Thompson ... Sherman
Kristen Wiig ... Starfish

Bobby marks the scenes.


Monday, May 17, 2010

Bobby Moynihan in the new SNL Digital Short: A Great Day

Something in the air says it's gonna be a great day!

Film: SNL Digital Short - A Great Day

Alec Baldwin
Tom Petty
Fred Armisen ... boss
Danielle Flora ... dancer
Bill Hader ... guy
Bobby Moynihan ... Fred
Nasim Pedrad ... girl
Andy Samberg ... Dennis
Jorma Taccone ... friend

Bobby plays a super happy mailman! Yay!


Sunday, May 16, 2010

Bobby Moynihan is Snookie (Appearance #3: 5/15/10)

Jersey Shore's First Lady is back.

Bobby is back with his third dose of Snookie this season! All three have been on Weekend Update.

Nice joke at the end about the prison jump suit. Bobby keeps his Snookie impression alive! Nice job!


Saturday, May 15, 2010

Does Bobby Moynihan's New Media Correspondant have potential?

From Fuat Kircaali...

I realized the new SNL skit "Bobby Moynihan: New Media Correspondent" has a lot of potential.

The skit reminded me of Jackie Chan on "Your Company Computer Guy" from 2000.

If they work on this character, they could certainly develop him into an SNL classic with so much Facebook and Twitter material available out there.

Read more:


Thursday, May 13, 2010

Bobby Moynihan thought Betty White was the best moment

The former Golden Girls star guest hosted a special Mother's Day edition of the NBC series this weekend, which reportedly delivered the show's highest rating figures since November 2008.

Speaking to TMZ cameras as she headed to the official after-party in New York, the 88-year old quipped: "We got through it!"

..., she was joined by SNL creator Lorne Michaels and stars including Ana Gasteyer, Molly Shannon and Bobby Moynihan.

"She was just great. Absolutely great," said [Lorne] Michaels. "The best moment? Pretty much the whole night."

Moynihan agreed, calling White "the best moment of the whole show", while Gasteyer said: "She was incredible. She's still about 15 years old!"

Shannon added: "She was phenomenal. Just having her there, she is such a legend. She's amazing. She's the best. People are so excited."

White previously admitted that she had been initially hesitant about agreeing to appear on the show, but that her agent had convinced her it would be a great idea.

Read more:


Betty White boosts 'Saturday Night Live'

The 88-year-old TV legend attracted a 5.1 rating with adults 18-49 between 11.30pm and 1am, the show's highest figures since November 2008.

Read the specifics here:


Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Bobby Moynihan - Betty White SNL Digital Short

Bobby appears along with the rest of the cast for this tribute to Betty White.

Hilarious! The entire cast and the lady SNL grads band together for this spoof on the Golden Girls theme:

We'll probably have an embedded version later.

SNL Digital Short: Thank You For Being A Friend

Betty White
Amy Poehler
Ana Gasteyer
Maya Rudolph
Molly Shannon
Rachel Dratch
Tina Fey
Fred Armisen
Abby Elliott
Will Forte
Bill Hader
Bobby Moynihan
Nasim Pedrad
Andy Samberg
Jenny Slate
Jason Sudeikis
Kenan Thompson
Kristen Wiig

Kristen looks cute in her real hair.

Jenny's look at Kenan is also pretty cute. Andy gives his signature laugh.

Abby is still smiling when the craziness first kicks in. Then, later, Amy is laughing when she shouldn't.

Andy introduces it. The Lonely Island obviously wrote this craziness that gives reference to pop culture (their trademark humor).


Monday, May 10, 2010

Bobby Moynihan is Senor Cabrella in The Manuel Ortiz Show

Show: the Manuel Ortiz Show

A family affair is mucho caliente.

Betty White ... Señora Cabrella
Ana Gasteyer ... sister
Maya Rudolph ... Renada Montolles
Fred Armisen ... Manuel Ortiz
Will Forte ... Nelson Cabrella
Bill Hader ... Merlin
Bobby Moynihan ... Señor Cabrella
Kristen Wiig ... Janessa

The second appearance of this skit, which started earlier this season. Bobby also appeared.


Sunday, May 9, 2010

Bobby Moynihan in Scared Straight with Betty White

Keeping kids out of trouble goes old school.

Betty White ... Loretta McIntosh
Bill Hader ... kid
Bobby Moynihan ... kid
Andy Samberg ... kid
Jason Sudeikis ... Officer Sikorsky
Kenan Thompson ... Lorenzo McIntosh

Hahahaha. Betty White makes Hader laugh and then comes back in at the end.

Andy doesn't seem to crack in this one, although Bobby does briefly and Hader does majorly.

This is Bobby's 4th time as a kid in these skits. His first was the Tracy Morgan episode on 03.14.2009.


Saturday, May 8, 2010

Bobby, put down the cleaver


Friday, May 7, 2010

Was Bobby Moynihan's Insane Clown Posse impression the highlight?

Was Bobby Moynihan's Insane Clown Posse impression the highlight of the Ryan Phillippe SNL episode?

Phillippe really impressed us in the Juggalo sketch, where he and Bobby Moynihan put on Insane Clown Posse makeup and rapped sincerely about the mysteries of the universe: "Why are pants different than shirts?" "Are children small, or just far away?" "Why do some mountains look like presidents?" This is one skit sure to go viral.



Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Betty White SNL Promos

Three promos for the upcoming Betty White SNL episode:

Thanks to the internet, Betty White is hosting an all-new SNL on May 8th.

And here are two more variants on that theme. I like the last one of these with the nerds:

It's amazing to have a new young comedian like Bobby Moynihan get a chance to act with a veteran like Betty White.


Monday, May 3, 2010

Bobby Moynihan - hate and love

This is the difference between hate and love.


Saturday, May 1, 2010

Insane Clown Posse likes Bobby Moynihan's impression

Shaggy 2 Dope (left) and Violent J make up Insane Clown Posse.

Thrilla Killa Klownz

A “Saturday Night Live” skit with, from left, Jason Sudeikis, Nasim Pedrad, Bobby Moynihan and Ryan Phillippe. Mr. Moynihan and Mr. Phillippe play a rap duo called Thrilla Killa Klownz.

A “Saturday Night Live” parody of “Miracles,” featuring the cast’s Bobby Moynihan and the guest host Ryan Phillippe as a rap duo called the Thrilla Killa Klownz, was shown this month. Meanwhile, Insane Clown Posse’s official YouTube post of the “Miracles” video has been viewed more than 1.4 million times.

VIOLENT J Two clowns floating around in space, swearing, rapping about wonderful things. I get that that’s funny to an outsider.

SHAGGY 2 DOPE I remember back in the day when Weird Al Yankovic did “Amish Paradise,” off Coolio’s “Gangsta Paradise.” Somehow Coolio got mad. If Weird Al wanted to do one of our songs, I’d be like, “Hell yeah.” To me, it’s the same thing with “Saturday Night Live.”

Read more of the Insane Clown Posse interview here:

It also includes the origin of the recurring skit (with interviews from the SNL writers):

MICHAEL PATRICK O’BRIEN, WRITER, ‘SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE’ It was during the week Drew Barrymore hosted. Her boyfriend, Justin Long, the Mac guy, was hanging out, and he was like, “Hey, have you guys seen this 14-minute infomercial for the Gathering?” I love live music, but at some point grew to hate music festivals.

COLIN JOST, WRITER, ‘SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE’ There was an attitude in that commercial of: Look at how awesome this is. When you really thought about it, some of the things they were advertising were not that awesome. Like shower in a trailer. Or a mud field. Or the fact that it’s really hard to get to.

In December “SNL” broadcast a parody of the Gathering commercial. It advertised a nonexistent event called the Kickspit Underground Rock Festival and featured the cast members Jason Sudeikis and Nasim Pedrad announcing a never-ending list of unpleasant offerings, like mud-eating contests and helicopters that spray the crowd with viruses.


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