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The "Star Wars Episode VII" trailer has already been parodied every which way imaginable, but "Saturday Night Live" shared its own take on it this past weekend.

The new film will bring back original cast members Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher… only with a few more wrinkles.

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Albert Einstein gave Marie Curie advice on how to deal with trolls in newly discovered letters [Vox]

As if you needed another reason to be afraid of flying: potential midair collisions with toy drones. [BBC]

The latest Frankenfood battling the battle to end obesity: Dorito-covered, stuffed crust pizza. Mmmm… [LA Times]

More NFL players protest on the field - this time wearing "I Can't Breathe" shirts for Eric Garner [The Guardian]

The "father of video games," Ralph Baer, has died at 92. [The Verge]

You can grow your very own James Franco, thanks to this super weird "Saturday Night Live" sketch. [SNL]

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Cameron Diaz hosted SNL on Saturday for its Thanksgiving episode, and this might be the best skit of the night.

With the help of Diaz, the women on the cast performed a song about being back home with your parents for the holiday, and - you know - mooching, napping and eating way too much food out of bowls.

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Meet "Pat" Lauer: the new androgynous host of the Today Show.

The Today Show team always goes full throttle into Halloween mode with their costumes, and this year they decided to take on some iconic characters from Saturday Night Live, including the Blues Brothers, Mary Katherine Gallagher and Mom Jeans.

But they didn't just wear the costumes, they also acted out the skits.

Worth watching alone to see Kathie Lee and Hoda in drag as Wayne and Garth.





Via: ABC News
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After five decades of outstanding service to journalism, Barbara Walters goes out with a bang on SNL. There have been many impersonations of one-in-a-million news woman on the renowned sketch comedy show, but she steals the last laugh by having a little fun of her own with a humorous look back at her career.

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