MadTV and SNL

Discussion in 'TV' started by cerridwen, Feb 1, 2005.

  1. cerridwen

    cerridwen in stitches

    anyone else like these shows? I love the older episodes of SNL... and the news part of it... but I do love MadTV, it's so much better than SNL
  2. headymoechick

    headymoechick I have no idea

    I like the older SNL as well... the newer ones kinda suck.

    MadTV is great. I like the old woman who coughs and Stewart!
  3. StarFaerie

    StarFaerie Member

    Mad TV is definitely the better one now...I like the old SNLs too :)
  4. SpliffVortex

    SpliffVortex Senior Member

    late "70s" 80s SNL was very good how ever MADTV blows away SNL this days.
  5. SpliffVortex

    SpliffVortex Senior Member

    i wish we had more british comedy of late making not just reruns of 70s and 80s on PBS stations
  6. Duck

    Duck quack. Lifetime Supporter

    I hate MadTV, the Weather Channel is funnier
  7. kurdtkobain

    kurdtkobain Member

    yea the weather channel is enjoyable if you really pay attention, and mad tv is more laid back then SNL, not as serious and boring.
  8. CubanB

    CubanB Member

    Mad TV sucks...........its all about SNL:p
  9. MadTV is better lately, Stuart, Miss Swan, Lorraine, all great characters!
  10. stuart & Lorraine!! AHAHAHA

    both were good, i like the older SNL alot better.. and MadTV is loosin it too.. i hardly ever watch either shows, the cast kinda sucks especially without Will Ferell!!

    it's a shame they don't have In Living Color no more! jim carey as man-woman body-builder on steroids.. Vera de milo! and fire marshall bill! those were classics
  11. acetonephish

    acetonephish lickage

    I love mad tv. it kicks SNL's ass.

    I love stuart. :X
  12. CubanB

    CubanB Member

    I dunno but for some reason I don't find Stuart entertaining..........maybe I laughed the first time I saw one of those skits but now I find most of the skits on that show to be rather stupid and all they do is carry on. SNL > Mad TV

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