10 Famous Saturday Night Live Feuds

10 Famous Saturday Night Live Feuds

"Saturday Night Live" is an American late-night live television sketch comedy and variety show created by Lorne Michaels and developed by Richard Ebersol. The show premiered on NBC on October 11, 1975, under the original title NBC's Saturday Night. The show's comedy sketches, which often parody contemporary culture and politics, are performed by a large and varying cast of repertory and newer cast members. Each week, the show features a host who delivers the opening monologue and performs in sketches with the cast as necessary.

Saturday Night Live is one of the longest-running, most popular sketch comedy shows in TV history. It's also been home to some of the best comedic duos in history. Some of these pairings were more than the sum of their parts and created some classic sketches. 

Saturday Night Live? More like CAT-urday FIGHT LIVE! Below are some of the biggest scuffs in the show's history. Read them and realize how catty comics can really get.

COMEDY NERD CRACKED.COM TRACY MORGAN VS CHRIS KATTAN & CHERI OTERI BY D SPARTAN In Tracy Morgan's book I Am The New Black he makes his distaste for Kattan and Oteri known saying, All I have to say about that is, where's Chris Kattan now? Where's Cheri Oteri now? That bitch can't even get arrested. Morgan says he is still friends with Will Ferrell, Molly Shannon and Colin Quinn but as for those two Fk'em.

Source: Uproxx

COMEDY NERD CRACKED.COM DAVID SPADE VS EDDIE MURPHY SNL In David Spade's segment on Weekend Update called Hollywood Minute, he went after SNL legend Eddie Murphy. Spade made a joke about Murphy releasing 2 flops in a row and saidlook kids, a falling star! Murphy got a hold of Spade on the phone, screamed at him and boycotted hosting for years after.

Source: Salon

COMEDY NERD CRACKED.COM NORM MACDONALD VS. NBC SNL Although not confirmed it has always been speculated that Norm McDonald was fired for making too many jokes about OJ Simpson, who is famous for playing football. Norm said the firing was out of Lorne's hands and fell more onto NBC executive, and friend of OJ Simpson, Don Ohlmeyer.

Source: Uproxx


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