45 Years Ago: The ‘Wild and Crazy Guys’ Debut on ‘Saturday Night Live’
Steve Martin and Dan Aykroyd's swinging Czech brothers quickly became an 'SNL' institution.
‘Saturday Night Live”s Original Cast: Where Are They Now?
What's happened since that first episode in October 1975?
30 Years Ago: Clint Eastwood Demystifies His Legend in ‘Unforgiven’
Actor and director returns to the Western and makes a masterpiece.
The Definitive, if Unsurprising, Ranking of the Jaws Movies
When you start with a classic, there’s rarely anywhere to go but down.
When Eddie Murphy and Joe Piscopo Teamed Up to Take Down ‘Ebony and Ivory’
Stevie Wonder and Frank Sinatra give new spin on Paul McCartney's hit song.
How Steve Martin Hassled Hollywood in ‘Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid’
Classic noir films are given new life in Carl Reiner's 1982 comedy.
40 Years Ago: Danny DeVito Buys ‘Taxi’ Reprieve With ‘SNL’ Stunt
With his TV show nearing cancellation, diminutive star brought out castmates to save fledgling series.
40 Years Ago: CBS Yanks the Plug on ‘WKRP in Cincinnati’
"Up and Down the Dial" marked final outing, as staff fought owner over station's rock 'n' roll format.
45 Years Ago: Bill Murray Debuts ‘SNL”s Nick the Lounge Singer
He never lets the reality of his dingy surroundings get him down.
How Gilbert Gottfried Thrived During ‘SNL”s Worst Season
Brief but notable tenure gave late comedian plenty of great stories.