F-bomb on SNL (1 Viewer)

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Love it. :rock:
 
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No link yet, it just happened. The premise of the sketch was three girls were sitting around and everything had the work "freaking" in front of it. And one of them slipped up and looked scared to death. I think she might be a new cast member also, so she might be unemployed tomorrow
 

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Awesome. Please post link when available. INWATS.
 
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I think Andrew Dice Clay dang near put them off the air for it
 
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the girl who did it looked like she was about to cry at the end while they were all on stage
 

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It was Charles Rocket who did it first...

wikipedia said:
The February 21, 1981 episode hosted by Dallas star Charlene Tilton featured a parody of the famed Who Shot J.R.? episode of Dallas. In the episode, Rocket was shot in the chest by a sniper while doing a sketch about a sexy couple (with Gail Matthius as his partner) bathing a dog and spouting innuendo. At the end of the show, as cast members traditionally gathered around the host to say good night, Tilton asked Rocket how he felt about being shot. In character, a wheelchair-using Rocket improvised, "Oh, man, it’s the first time I've ever been shot in my life. I'd like to know who the **** did it", followed by the cast and audience reacting with shock and laughter.
Due partially to the violation of broadcast standards, along with Saturday Night Live's low ratings, Doumanian and Rocket were soon fired (along with most of the writers and fellow cast members Gilbert Gottfried and Ann Risley). Piscopo and Eddie Murphy were the only cast members to survive the axe, after new producer Dick Ebersol replaced Denny Dillon and Gail Matthius after producing one episode. In "Saturday Night: A Backstage History of Saturday Night Live," it is reported that Rocket was particularly hostile to Murphy and Piscopo.[3]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Rocket
 

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I didn't even know SNL was still on T.V. Maybe if they dropped more F-bombs I would have noticed.
 

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Isn't there supposed to be a bit of a time delay on the broadcast to catch things like this?
 

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DAAAAAaaaaaaaaannnnnnggggg!!!!! I smell a tail chewing and a fine coming!! Gotta love live tv!!
 

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