On Tuesday, SNL alums Tina Fey and Amy Poehler joined SNL alum Jimmy Fallon to play “True Confessions,” which mostly consisted of the comedians deciding if their former coworkers were lying, bad at telling stories or just pretending to be bad at telling stories.
The stars of Fifty Shades of Grey have signed on for the sequel, Fifty Shades Darker—how could they not, with all the fun they're having? (And by "fun," I mean "money")—which will eventually be delivered to a fanbase hungry for wilder, kinkier shit. Like what? Well, the Saturday Night Live writers had some ideas, but they were cut for time.
Saturday Night Live has finalized a lot of cast changes in the last week, but there's some good news for at least one person: this season's newest (in fact, the only new) Featured Player, Deadline reports, is one 20-year-old Pete Davidson, formerly of MTV2's youthful improv series Wild 'N Out and Guy Code. Pete is known for his Staten Island accent, for being adorable, and for wisdom beyond his years, which number twenty.
As though it were 2010 and she is a time-travelling wizard, Charlize Theron will be bringing the Black Keys along to prepare the way for next week's Andy Samberg/St. Vincent finale. She hasn't been by since 2001, so this is pretty exciting — especially given her penchant for strange, dark comedy and how well it could work with this year's surprisingly stellar, hyper-weird cast of highly paid misfits and jokers.