Maybe one of the single most influential and impactful forces on the world of film in the 1980s wasn't a director, or a writer, or the alumni of one film school or another. It was a sketch comedy show that didn't start until 11:30pm at night, and frankly wasn't very good a lot of the time. But when it was good? Oh, it was change the world good, and Drew and Scott dive into the legend of Saturday Night Live and the way it became a legitimate star-making machine that greatly benefitted the films of the 1980s.
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