The evening starts out with some promise: Phil and Clare Foster (Steve Carell and Tina Fey) head out into the big city resolved to reignite the spark and revive their marriage. They talk their way into the hottest restaurant in Manhattan, eat well, drink better -- and then their date night spontaneously combusts right before their eyes.
On 30 Rock she spars (lovingly) with Alec Baldwin, and in her new comedy Date Night Tina Fey teams up with Steve Carell as part of a couple who try to spice up their marriage - with disastrous results.
When Max Records auditioned for the "Where the Wild Things Are" (out Friday) role of Max, the precocious boy in a dirty white wolf suit who sails to an island full of fearsome horned monsters and becomes their even more fearsome king, he arrived with one advantage -- and it wasn't his first name.
Chevy Chase didn't look like Gerald Ford and didn't sound like Gerald Ford. But in the mid-1970s, when "Saturday Night Live" first went on the air, Chase -- then a writer and cast member of the show -- made his impression of the president, rife with pratfalls and slapstick, the talk of the country.
With three days to go before the elections and polls showing him trailing, Republican presidential candidate John McCain appeared on NBC's late night comedy show "Saturday Night Live," poking good-natured fun at his campaign.