Saturday Night Live (Season 32)

"Saturday Night Live" aired its thirty-second season during the 2006-2007 television season. Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch left after the previous season to work on the NBC sitcom "30 Rock" while Chris Parnell, Horatio Sanz, and Finesse Mitchell were fired due to budget cuts. Bill Hader, Andy Samberg, Jason Sudeikis, and Kristen Wiig were immediately moved up to repertory status. Due to budget cuts, no new repertory castmembers or featured players were hired, a phenomenon that hasn't happened on the show since its 23rd season (the 1997-1998 season). After a long slump in the ratings starting after season 27, this season's episodes have pulled in big numbers in episodes hosted by Dane Cook, Alec Baldwin, Jeremy Piven, Rainn Wilson, and Peyton Manning. With Tina Fey's departure, "Saturday Night Live" returned to having one male and one female anchor on Weekend Update with the inclusion of Seth Meyers as Amy Poehler's co-anchor. Don Roy King was hired as SNL's newest director.

Much like season 31, Andy Samberg created another popular Digital Short that aired around Christmastime; this time, it was the risque, R&B video spoof "Dick in a Box" (on the episode with Justin Timberlake as host and musical guest). The short won a Creative Arts Emmy for Outstanding Music and Lyrics. [ [http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2007/07/19/entertainment/main3077450.shtml Timberlake Emmy Nod For Raunchy TV Song, Singer's Nominated "Saturday Night Live" Ditty Is Also A Hit On YouTube - CBS News ] ]

This season began on September 30, 2006 and ended on May 19, 2007 with 20 episodes produced. A clip show special called "Saturday Night Live: The Best of '06-'07", highlighting "SNL"'s best sketches and Weekend Update segments from this season has aired twice on television, and is now available on DVD.

Cast

Repertory players

*Fred Armisen
*Will Forte
*Bill Hader
*Darrell Hammond
*Seth Meyers
*Amy Poehler
*Maya Rudolph
*Andy Samberg
*Jason Sudeikis
*Kenan Thompson
*Kristen Wiig

Featured players

"(none)"

Listings

The listings that were during the 2006-2007 season in chronological order, including the summer.

*September 30, 2006: "Dane Cook/The Killers" (32.1, live)
*October 7, 2006: "Jaime Pressley/Corinne Bailey Rae" (32.2, live)
*October 14, 2006: "Dane Cook/The Killers" (32.1, repeat)
*October 21, 2006: "John C. Reilly/My Chemical Romance" (32.3, live)
*October 28, 2006: "Hugh Laurie/Beck" (32.4, live)
*November 4, 2006: "The Best of Darrell Hammond" (special, new)
*November 11, 2006: "Alec Baldwin/Christina Aguilera" (32.5, live)
*November 18, 2006: "Ludacris" (32.6, live)
*November 25, 2006: "Hugh Laurie/Beck" (32.4, repeat)
*December 2, 2006: "Matthew Fox/Tenacious D" (32.7, live)
*December 9, 2006: "Annette Bening/Gwen Stefani, Akon" (32.8, live)
*December 16, 2006: "Justin Timberlake (32.9, live)
*December 23, 2006: "Jack Black/Neil Young" (31.9, repeat)
*December 30, 2006: "Matthew Fox/Tenacious D" (32.7, repeat)
*January 6, 2007: "Alec Baldwin/Christina Aguilera" (32.5, repeat)
*January 13, 2007: "Jake Gyllenhaal/The Shins" (32.10, live)
*January 20, 2007: "Jeremy Piven/AFI" (32.11, live)
*January 27, 2007: "Ludacris" (32.6, repeat)
*February 3, 2007: "Drew Barrymore/Lily Allen" (32.12, live)
*February 10, 2007: "Forest Whitaker/Keith Urban" (32.13, live)
*February 17, 2007: "Justin Timberlake" (32.9, repeat)
*February 24, 2007: "Rainn Wilson/Arcade Fire" (32.14, live)
*March 3, 2007: "Jake Gyllenhaal/The Shins" (32.10, repeat)
*March 10, 2007: "Drew Barrymore/Lily Allen" (32.12, repeat)
*March 17, 2007: "Julia Louis-Dreyfus/Snow Patrol" (32.15, live)
*March 24, 2007: "Peyton Manning/Carrie Underwood" (32.16, live)
*March 31, 2007: "Jeremy Piven/AFI" (32.11, repeat)
*April 7, 2007: "Rainn Wilson/Arcade Fire" (32.14, repeat)
*April 14, 2007: "Shia LaBeouf/Avril Lavigne" (32.17, live)
*April 21, 2007: "Scarlett Johansson/Björk" (32.18, live)
*April 28, 2007: "Peyton Manning/Carrie Underwood" (32.16, repeat)
*"May 5, 2007: "The Best of 2006-2007"' (special, new)"
*May 12, 2007: "Molly Shannon/Linkin Park" (32.19, live)
*May 19, 2007: "Zach Braff/Maroon 5" (32.20, live)
*May 26, 2007: "Jaime Pressley/Corinne Bailey Rae" (32.2, repeat)
*June 2, 2007: Pre-empted
*June 9, 2007: "Alec Baldwin/Christina Aguilera" (32.5, repeat)
*June 16, 2007: "Molly Shannon/Linkin Park" (32.19, repeat)
*June 23, 2007: "Zach Braff/Maroon 5" (32.20, repeat)
*June 30, 2007: "Matthew Fox/Tenacious D" (32.7, repeat)
*July 7, 2007: "Forest Whitaker/Keith Urban" (32.13, repeat)
*July 14, 2007: "Rainn Wilson/Arcade Fire" (32.14, repeat)
*July 21, 2007: "Justin Timberlake" (32.9, repeat)
*July 28, 2007: "Julia Louis-Dreyfus/Snow Patrol" (32.15, repeat)
*August 4, 2007: "Shia LaBeouf/Avril Lavigne" (32.17, repeat)
*August 11, 2007: "Hugh Laurie/Beck" (32.4, repeat)
*August 18, 2007: Pre-empted
*August 25, 2007: "The Best of 2006/2007" (special, repeat)
*September 1, 2007: "Scarlett Johannson/Björk" (32.18, repeat)
*September 8, 2007: "Peyton Manning/Carrie Underwood" (32.16, repeat)
*September 15, 2007: "Molly Shannon/Linkin Park" (32.19, repeat)
*September 22, 2007: "Jake Gyllenhaal/The Shins" (32.10, repeat)

Episodes

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