Infographic of the Day

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Starting with the original "Not Ready For Primetime Players," an epic 37-year history of the cast and guest stars of Saturday Night Live. (Embiggen.)

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100th Digital Short of the Day

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While it seems as though Saturday Night Live is losing some of their heavy hitters (and going into the dreaded lull of a rebuilding year), that didn't stop them from putting together a celebratory milestone clip for their 100th Digital Short, which features the likes of Justin Bieber, Justin Timberlake, Natalie Portman, and Jon Hamm. If this is going to be Andy Samberg's last hurrah, at least he's going out with a bang.

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Downton Abbey Parody Ad of the Day

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SNL reimagines Downton Abbey for SPIKE.

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Paging Christopher Walken As Bruce Dickinson of the Day

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Paging Christopher Walken As Bruce Dickinson of the Day: A protester calling for the recall of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker was arrested last week after attempting to write an Oshkosh police officer an unsolicited prescription for more cowbell.

The 26-year-old from Appleton ref

Christmas Card of the Day

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Christmas Card of the Day: This year, Christmas's hottest card is Saturday Night Live's Stefon-y send-up of Norman Rockwell's classic Freedom from Want.

Which is ironic, because I really want the hell out of this card.

[aaronmeier.]

Early Bird Special

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Early Bird Special: It's 4:30 AM on Saturday Night Live's notoriously hectic "Writing Night," so naturally, cast members Taran Killam, Abby Eliot, Vanessa Bayer, Bobby Moynihan, and writers Sarah Schneider and Zach Kanin are very busy reenacting Robyn's music video for "Call Your Girlfriend."

From The Archives

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From The Archives: Eddie Murphy -- by then a former cast-member -- was invited to host Saturday Night Live for a second time on December 15, 1984 -- the 10th season's Christmas episode.

Veteran comedian Billy Crystal had joined the show at the start of the season, becoming an instant fan-favorite.

Crystal and Murphy appeared together in the episode's promo, and joked (?) about the former stealing the latter's "glory."

27 years later,