Bobby Moynihan - Hot Video - Corn Syrup Commercial, 3/12/11

Sunday, April 26, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Gets man-handled by Anne Hathaway (photo)

April 01, 2009



BOBBY MOYNIHAN

Season on SNL: 1st
Famous for: Being the newest addition to the SNL cast and a member of New York's The Upright Citizens Brigade (co-founded by Amy Poehler)

On whether he gets hit on more now that he's on SNL: "Yes," says Moynihan. "But then they ask for tickets. So, no."


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Come on ladies! Give Bobby a date without trying to get tickets!!!


Enjoy!

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Bobby Moynihan entertains Andy Samberg

Fred Armisen took a picture...



I don't know what Bobby is doing here, but Andy seems pretty entertained by it. On the other side of this group, behind me, was Bill Murray. He was great and amazing and really sweet.


Thanks Fred!


Enjoy!

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Works on a Zac Efron commercial ("I Am Your Mother)

I Am Your Mother

Never forget where you came from.



Fred Armisen goes nuts on Zac here. No women in this skit. Except for Fred.

Bobby just comes on to clap the board a few times.



Enjoy!

Friday, April 17, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Busts an underage bar (with Zac Efron and Andy Samberg)

Zac Efron and Andy Samberg get busted by Bobby Moynihan.


Cool Bar: Underage Drinking

Zac Efron ... patron
Jim Downey ... announcer (voice)
Bill Hader ... Eliot Spitzer
Bobby Moynihan ... Officer Williams
Andy Samberg ... patron
Jason Sudeikis ... bartender
Kenan Thompson ... bouncer
Casey Wilson ... waitress



Good job Bobby! Stop Jason from selling beer to minors!!! It's really the kids here that are the main source of humor.

Enjoy!

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Gets electrocuted by a kitty litter box (Gilly on SNL)

Gilly: Science Fair

Zac Efron ... Hunbyorg
Will Forte ... Mr. Dillon
Bobby Moynihan ... Liam
Kenan Thompson ... Sam Jeffers
Kristen Wiig ... Gilly



Ick. I never liked this Gilly character. I keep wanting someone to punch her lights out.

Good job getting electricuted by a kitty litter box, Bobby!


Enjoy!

Monday, April 13, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Is a jock and a dancer (High School Musical 4)

Show: High School Musical 4: new senior class

Zac Efron ... Troy Bolton
Abby Elliott ... Kelly
Darrell Hammond ... Walt Disney
Bobby Moynihan ... student
Andy Samberg ... Tyler
Kenan Thompson ... student
Kenan Thompson ... announcer (voice)
Kristen Wiig ... student
Casey Wilson ... teacher



Mad props to Zac for being willing to make fun of himself. Andy, Abby, and Bobby are hilarious here.

Bobby's on at 3:00. He doesn't know the capital of Texas. Bobby has some great horrified expressions.

I like Andy's little dance move before he sings at the end.

Kenan's singing voice hurts the song at the end. Intentional?

Enjoy!

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Knows the Boss!!! (Andy Samberg SNL digital short)

Film SNL Digital Short: Like a Boss



Boss-like in every way

Seth Rogen ... interviewer
Abby Elliott ... coworker
Bill Hader ... coworker
Bobby Moynihan ... coworker
Paula Pell ... coworker
Andy Samberg
Jason Sudeikis ... coworker
Jorma Taccone ... mail guy
Akiva Schaeffer ... gun guy
Kristen Wiig ... Debra
Casey Wilson ... coworker



Bobby plays one of Andy's coworkers here. Not a ton of Bobby, but they wrote this song with randomness in mind, not to make the best possible use of cast members.

This song is from Andy's The Lonely Island CD, Incredibad. Fans want Boombox next, but this one made sense because the voice features Andy Samberg. Looks like they remixed the intro voice to use Seth Rogen's voice. Jorma Taccone makes a guest appearance as the mail man, and Akiva makes a guest appearance as the man who sells Andy the gun (which is appropriate, as members of The Lonely Island). We also see Paula Pell (a writer) in one of her rare face appearances (usually she just lends her voice).


Enjoy!

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Is Gonzo (with Seth Rogen and Andy Samberg)

Muppets Hit & Run

The Muppets have a run-in with the law.



Seth Rogen ... Rowlf
Fred Armisen ... Zoot
Will Forte ... Kermit
Bill Hader ... Animal
Bobby Moynihan ... Gonzo
Andy Samberg ... Swedish Chef
Jason Sudeikis ... Fozzie
Kenan Thompson ... Nipsey Russell
Michaela Watkins ... Janice
Kristen Wiig ... Beaker



I've got to admit... Bobby didn't do anything super hilarious here with his Gonzo impression. Try again Bobby! We know you can come up with some funny Gonzo stuff!!!

Nice chicken.

Andy's third skit as the Swedish Chef. His first skit was the Swedish Chef ringtones in his first, 05-06 season. Second, he returned last season (07-08) with the Muppets band, where Maya Rudolph played the woman, Janice, Hader played Animal, and Seth Rogen (the host then too) played Rowlf. Now the Muppets return with even more characters including Beaker (Kristen is hard to recognize here), Kermit, Gonzo (yay Bobby!), and Fozzie the Bear.

I think the funniest new addition here was actually Jason Sudeikis as Fozzy. I liked that Bobby was holding a chicken. Andy got a good laugh when slapping Beaker and talking to him in um, smorgy borgy.

What, no Miss Piggy? I think Casey or Abby could do a good job with it.



Enjoy!

Friday, April 10, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - asks Seth Rogen how he became the Bear Man (Italian TV SNL skit)

Show: La Rivista Della Televisione



Seth Rogen
Fred Armisen ... crew member
Will Forte ... crew member
Bill Hader ... Vinny Vedecci
Bobby Moynihan ... Vinny's son



They really need a name for this show or character that are easier to remember. =^)

Bobby Moynihan is hilarious! This is mostly making fun of Seth Rogen. Funny stuff. Is this Bill Hader's best character?

I like how Bobby got some booze in his sippy cup.


Enjoy!

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Is a Seth Rogen look alike (SNL Skit)

Monologue: Seth Rogen

Host Seth Rogen opens the show with some Q&A.



Seth Rogen
Abby Elliott ... Lisa, audience member
Bill Hader ... pizza delivery man
Bobby Moynihan ... Matt Banksford
Jason Sudeikis ... audience member
Kristen Wiig ... audience member



I love it when they do these Q&A sessions for the monologues!

All are good gags here. Jason and Kristen make fun of Seth doing a mall cop movie (after Paul Blart Mall Cop was successful), Bill makes fun of Seth's weight loss (and weed habits), and Bobby and Abby have a hilarious bit about a guy who can't pretend to be Seth anymore. I think they ended with the funniest gag, but they were all pretty good!

Bobby Moynihan gets the best gag. You nailed it, Bobby!!!



Enjoy!

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Aubrey Plaza - New Blog

We created a new blog for Aubrey Plaza!!!

You can check it out yonder:

http://aubrey-plaza.blogspot.com/



Haven't heard of Aubrey Plaza? She's in Amy Poehler's new show (Parks & Recreation), the Judd Apatow / Adam Sandler film (Funny People), and the coming Michael Cera film (Scott Pilgrim VS The World). So you'll hear about her soon. =^)



Go there to find news, videos of her, pictures of her crying...



pictures of her flipping you the bird...



and pictures of her wearing big glasses...






You know, stuff.


What does this have to do with Bobby Moynihan? Nothing directly, but Aubrey used to intern for SNL, so we'll see if their paths cross.


Enjoy!

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - SNL photo



Shaved Bobby-tastic

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Is still performing at UCB



Later: Avenue Q, a delightful show that takes all those cutesy Broadway clich├ęs and turns them into puppets having sex, and an improv show at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre on 26th Street. It’s hard to find a better bargain for comedy in NYC than at UCB — five bucks for a good hour of improv from some of the best in the business (including Saturday Night Live’s Bobby Moynihan and a couple of the guys from Derrick Comedy) and three-dollar Yuenglings.

March 22, 2009 - 12:00am

From:
http://cornellsun.com/section/arts/content/2009/03/22/grand-tour-through-city


So Bobby is still performing at UCB

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Bobby Moynihan - Gives a journalist a tour of SNL

Bobby Moynihan is such a nice guy! We bolded the Bobby stuff. Read on...

I am a Saturday Night Live junkie - so much so that at times I have trouble hiding how big of a fan when that little thing called professionalism may be at stake. It was so apparent in the interview I conducted with current featured player Bobby Moynihan - a self-described "SNL" nerd himself - that he casually mentioned the prospect of me attending a show.

Now I could tell Bobby was a really nice guy, but I thought he was just trying to be polite. I was pleasantly surprised (read: screamed like a 12 year old girl!) when a week later he followed up on that invitation and asked if I wanted to hang out in the writers' room for the March 14 episode Tracy Morgan was hosting. Answer: Yes...yes I would.

You know how some companies advertise "behind the scene" tours but really there is nothing "behind the scenes" about it? This was going through my head right up to the point that Seth Meyers and Keenan Thompson had to slightly move out of the way - in the surprisingly narrow hallways - so I could get past them and take my seat in the writers' room. Yes, I was in studio 8H. Yes, I was backstage at "Saturday Night Live."

When you enter the writers' room on the ninth floor, the first thing you notice are the photos of every cast member lining the walls in, from what I could tell, no particular order. For example, Tina Fey's picture was right next to Rob Schneider's. From the doorway there's a window on the right that looks down to the studio on the eighth floor from which the writers' (sort of) watch the show from a table in the middle of the room. Lining the room are couches and chairs that I have to assume have been there since 1975. This is where the people that have no business being in that room sit. This is where I sat.

The room was crowded. Before the show started Bobby Moynihan came up to say hello. He mentioned usually the room is not this crowded but 30 Rock had finished shooting for the season and half the cast and writers were in attendance. And yes, I had noticed Scott Adsit - looking very non-Pete Hornberger in a full suit - and Judah Friedlander - looking very Judah Friedlander in his trademark hat - walking in and out of the room. And this would be a theme for the evening: random celebrities walking in and walking out. At one point Bill Paxton from Big Love walked in. On my "Air Rundown" sheet I noticed there was a "Big Love" sketch scheduled right after Weekend Update. This was true, but Paxton had no part in it.

Surreal became my word of the night. Being in a room that I had read so many stories about was surreal. Watching the "Saturday Night Live" broadcast with the people that actually wrote the sketches was surreal. Watching the show and having Will Forte politely tap me on the shoulder so he could get by was surreal. Watching Seth Meyers on the closed circuit television wearing a suit give his sign off from Weekend Update, then, five minutes later, having a white tee-shirt wearing Seth Meyers leaning in the doorway watching the same closed circuit television was surreal. Being told we could not go on set to watch Kelly Clarkson - usually everyone in the writers' room can watch the musical act from the set but on this night it was too crowded - and sharing a look of disappointment with Judah Friedlander was surreal. On the way back up to the writers' room, almost being run over by a very focused looking Tracy Morgan in the stairwell was...well, that was just scary; that was one intense looking dude.

After the show an exhausted and a bit deflated looking - he had a sketch cut at the last minute - Bobby Moynihan asked if I wanted a tour of the set; Bobby Moynihan asks a lot of questions that there is no possible chance I would ever say "no" to. He needed to stop by his dressing room to change before we went down to the set. While I was waiting outside his dressing room I had never felt so out of place in my life. Andy Samberg and Bill Hader were hanging out to my left discussing Hader's John Malkovich impression that he had done on update earlier. Casey Wilson, Fred Armisen and his fiance, Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss, pass me in the hallway. Kristen Wiig and a couple friends were hanging out in her dressing room to my right. It's kind of like being the nerdiest dude at a party (this is something I have experienced quite often) with really cool people - so cool, in fact, that you don't care that you're not talking to anyone ... you just want to be able to say, someday, that you were there.

I finally see a familiar face. I have no idea what came over me, but the nervousness was gone and I went straight over and started talking to Chris Parnell. Now, I really don't know Chris Parnell, but I had spent about 45 minutes on the phone with him for an interview ... close enough. I think it took him a minute to remember who I was, but I didn't care. The man who plays Dr. Spaceman was, at this point, the only semblance of reality I had to cling onto.

I've been in a lot of small television studios before including David Letterman and Conan O'Brien. "Saturday Night Live" is bigger than those ... but not by a lot. There are surprisingly few seats in the studio, hence the almost impossible nature of getting a ticket. Bobby suggested going up on stage for a photo; I was almost scared to do so. I almost felt like I should just keep my eyes shut like Indiana Jones when Belloq opened the Ark of the Covenant. Also, to be honest, I felt a little nerdy taking photos. Bobby made it clear I could hang out in the studio the rest of the evening taking photos and not be able to come close to the amount of photos he had already taken. OK, fair enough. So, yes, for a few moments I was standing right where every host had stood before me: Steve Martin, George Carlin, Tom Hanks, Christopher Walken ... I almost shouted out, "We have a great show tonight! Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are here! Stick around!" -- I did successfully fight off this temptation.



Bobby said there was something he wanted to show me on the side of the set. We walk up a few stairs and turn around to see a sign that says, "Watch Your Head." Bobby told me to look closer. Right after the warning was the word "Farley." Chris Farley used to hit his head so often on that sign as he went down the stairs that he carved his name into the sign as a reminder. Moynihan said it was also a reminder to him ... a reminder to never forget where he is and how special that really is. Even on a night, like this one, where an important sketch was cut at the last minute, he still works in a place where that sign exists. Bobby Moynihan says that he never forgets that sign. You know what? Neither will I.




From:
http://www.starpulse.com/news/index.php/2009/04/01/an_insider_s_look_at_snl_behind_the_scen


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Wow. That is phenominal. Bobby is such a nice guy. I doubt Bobby did this for free publicity (for him and the show), but that's what he got.

Some important information was revealed here:

(1) Bobby's one of the nicest guys on the planet.

(2) The pictures on the walls aren't in order.

(3) SNL lets lots of people hang out and watch, which is pretty cool.

(4) Bill Paxton was there but not on SNL. He must have heard about the Big Love skit and wanted to see it (but not be in it; not sure if he got that offer).

(5) Bobby had a sketch cut at the last minute from the latest episode of SNL.

(6) Bobby took a ton of photos of the place.

(7) Bobby's Chris Farley story is amazing.



So rock on fellow Bobby fans!

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