Justin Timberlake and Andy Samberg with Susan Sarandon and Patricia Clarkson
Justin Timberlake and Andy Samberg have come up with another gift that just keeps on giving.
Having previously delivered the Emmy-winning Saturday Night Live digital short "D**k In a Box," the singer host and funnyman collaborated once again for this weekend's show.
In "Motherlover," JT and Samberg's hirsute alter egos decide that, having forgotten to shop for Mother's Day, they'll "take care" of each other's moms. Yes, in that way.
Suffice it to say, this viral clip contains barely bleeped obscenities and mature subject matter.
Perhaps the best part? Playing said about-to-get-lucky moms are Susan Sarandon and Patricia Clarkson.
In his encore as guest host, Timberlake also brought back The Barry Gibb Talk Show (with a visiting Jimmy Fallon), reprised his singing street pitchman, and performed with musical guest Ciara (who sure knows how to do a split.)
Watch "Motherlover" after the jump.
Saturday Night Live
8 pm/ET Nickelodeon
It's hard to deny the attraction of so-called bad boys, and Carly finds herself succumbing to this temptation when she starts going out with a guy who has a bad reputation. Spencer panics when he finds out about it, but then Carly uncovers a secret that makes her rethink the accuracy of her new beau's bad-boy appeal. Meanwhile, Sam has the desire to share her favorite gross-out videos with the world, so she hires Freddie to set up a Web site that will allow her to do this.
Read on for previews of SNL, JONAS, Ace of Cakes, Groomer Has It and White House Correspondents' Dinner.
Peter Krause, Seth Meyers
NBC has revealed "Part 1" of its plan for the 2009-10 TV season, and it includes a second season of Parks and Recreation, a half-dozen installments of Saturday Night Live Weekend Update Thursday, and four new dramas.
In addition to renewing Parks and Rec, NBC also officially picked up Heroes for a fourth (albeit likely shortened) season. Previously announced returns include The Office, 30 Rock, Law & Order: SVU, Friday Night Lights, The Biggest Loser and Celebrity Apprentice.
Conspicuously missing from NBC's press release is Medium, despite ...
Timberlake and Ferrell in previous SNL visits.
Saturday Night Live will wrap up its 34th season with at least one familiar face.
As revealed during the latest show's promos, Justin Timberlake will bring his sexy back to the long-running sketch show on May 9, marking his third turn as guest host. And Will Ferrell may return to lord over this season's final outing, according to ...
Lorne Michaels may be the head honcho over at SNL, but Andy Samberg is the boss. In his latest digi-short, guest host Seth Rogen interviews Samberg for his performance review, which includes his run-through of a typical day: calling corporate, remembering birthdays, buying a gun and eating chicken strips. (Wait, what was the part before the chicken?)
Watch the video after the jump.
Will Ferrell: You're Welcome America - A Final Night With George W. Bush
Naked Brothers Band
8 pm/ET Nickelodeon
They say that breaking up is hard to do. And though they don't write songs about it, finding a new bass player for your band is also difficult. Nat experiences both of those things tonight after Rosalina returns from her cruise. A visit from one of Rosalina's shipmates, a handsome French piano prodigy, spurs her breakup with Nat and causes her to quit the band. Now the guys need to find a new bass player, but Nat isn't quite as ready as the rest of the band to welcome someone new into the fold.
Read on for previews of Will Ferrell: You're Welcome America — A Final Night with George W. Bush, Relative Stranger, Into the Abyss and Saturday Night Live.
NBA All-Star Saturday Night
8:30 pm/ET TNT
Before you see the fan-selected, all-around best of the best in tomorrow's All-Star Game, check out some of the best of various aspects of the game. Individual and team events include the skills challenge and shooting stars competition. Also, Toronto's Jason Kapono looks to three-peat in the three-point shootout against such long-shot specialists as Rashard Lewis of the Magic and Roger Mason of the Spurs. And Dwight Howard, take note: the slam dunk title has not been successfully defended since Jason Richardson won back-to-back in 2002-03. And he was the first since some guy named Jordan did it in 1987-88.
Read on for previews of Christopher Titus: Love Is Evol, Saturday Night Live, Austin City Limits and Before You Say 'I Do'.
Days before Andy Samberg's Lonely Island debut album, Incredibad, hits shelves on Tuesday, the boys behind SNL 's digital shorts released their new single "I'm On a Boat" as a digital short on Saturday Night Live. The clip features Samberg and pal Akiva Schaffer as they hit the open waters for a nautical joyride alongside hip-hop artist T-Pain. Brace yourselves, because they've brought their swim trunks and "flippy-floppies." Oh, the things you find in the bottom of a cereal box.
Watch the video after the jump!
Alec Baldwin, Joe Jonas
You've gotta love this one-two punch.
The Feb. 14 edition of Saturday Night Live will welcome 30 Rock star Alec Baldwin back to Studio 8H for a 14th time, while serving as musical guest will be those supremely coiffed teen heartthrobs, the Jonas Brothers.
Baldwin last hosted SNL in November 2006, with Christina Aguilera's considerable pipes as back-up. At this time, if it unclear if he will be lugging his Schwetty Balls ...
NBC entertainment co-chair Ben Silverman is pursuing other partnerships like the one that turned a recurring Saturday Night Live character into a Super Bowl pitchman for Pepsi.
Of detractors who claim the Peacock blurred the line between programming and advertising with such a deal, Silverman contends, "Those are the same people who will be out of business" if they do not adapt during this difficult economy. He also tells TVGuide.com that NBC is in talks with other potential partners about "finding [similar] ways to use our entertainment vehicles to help their brands."
The spots, which premiered on the eve of the Super Bowl (during SNL commercial breaks), show Will Forte's MacGruber ...