It’s a fairly laid-back evening, wholly unlike the wild post-show parties that became the stuff of legend when Saturday Night Live exploded on the culture in the fall of 1975. A few cast members come outside for a cigarette—Amy Poehler with her husband, Arrested Development‘s Will Arnett, Bill Hader, Will Forte—but that’s about it.
Back in those days cast members Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi brought the party to their Blues Brothers Bar downtown and consumed impressive quantities of drugs and alcohol, as befitted the times and their role in shaping them. Inside, there’s conversation and camaraderie on display, not overindulgent egos or out-of-control consumption.
With the help of her wise newfound afterlife mentor (Ted Danson) she’s determined to shed her old way of living and discover the awesome (or at least the pretty good) person within.
in 2009, currently star on the Fox comedy about a guy (Forte) who thought he was the last man on Earth until he met Carol (Kristen Schaal) and married her.
Then, he realized there's another woman roaming around—Melissa (Jones)! Chemistry with the cast instantly clicked on set of the hilarious show, and January even revealed to E!
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, the creators and faces of the Comedy Central sketch series “Key & Peele,” take their bread-and-butter comedic skills to their first feature film “Keanu” with mostly successful results.
Director Peter Atencio and screenwriters Peele & Alex Rubens have enough experience honing this team’s brand of comedy on the small screen that the film’s rompish nature helps smooth over the stretch marks and occasionally slack pacing.