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Watch: Timberlake as Mozart in Skit Cut from Saturday's SNL

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This skit featuring Justin Timberlake as Amadeus and Andy Samberg as Salieri wasn't shown on Saturday night's SNL, which delivered the show's highest-rated finale in seven years. "Last weekend’s finale averaged a 7.0 rating, 17 share in metered-market household averages, the best number since May 15, 2004 when Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen co-hosted and J-Kwon was the musical guest."

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  1. call these sketches, not skits please. those writers work too hard for their work to be just a skit!

    Posted by: adam | May 23, 2011 11:24:14 AM


  2. That was horrible. @Adam: That constitutes working hard?

    Posted by: Andalusian Dog | May 23, 2011 12:26:10 PM


  3. I thought it was hilarious.

    Posted by: Alex Paris | May 23, 2011 1:13:59 PM


  4. It deserved high ratings, since the episode was easily SNL's best in a very long time. They seem to save up their best work for the season finales.

    Posted by: Paul R | May 23, 2011 3:29:01 PM


  5. wow so not funny. No wonder it didn't make the show.

    Posted by: tom a | May 23, 2011 3:34:14 PM


  6. Who's Wolfgang Amadeus "Biba"? And what's with the chipmunk joke?

    Posted by: Rodney Wollam | May 23, 2011 3:41:10 PM


  7. @Rodney Wollam: It's a reference to Justin Bieber.
    I thought the sketch was pretty funny, and Justin Timberlake is one of the funniest guest stars ever.

    Posted by: MichaelJ | May 23, 2011 4:55:43 PM


  8. I can see why it go axed....

    Posted by: Ted B. (Charging Rhino) | May 23, 2011 5:42:49 PM


  9. The usual problem with SNL- cute idea, funny start and the it falls flat.

    Posted by: jaragon | May 23, 2011 6:13:42 PM


  10. It was funnier than the Tunnel Of Love sketch that made the show.

    Posted by: Dick | May 23, 2011 9:03:18 PM


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