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Saturday Night Live: Kelly Ripa/Outkast

Live With Regis and Kelly co-host Kelly Ripa hosts. Musical guest rap group Outkast.

Sketches: "A Message From The President," "Tressant Supreme," "Live With Regis & Kelly," "Access Hollywood," "Center For Cow Fart Study," "Leilani Burke: Pet Psychic," "Spy Glass," and "Greenbriar County Animal Shelter."

Performances: OutKast peforms "Hey Ya!" and "The Way You Move" (featuring Sleepy Brown).


Episode Info


Episode number: 29x5
Airdate: Saturday November 01st, 2003



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Guest Stars
Kelly RipaKelly Ripa
As Herself (Host)
Recurring

Musical Guests
OutkastOutkast
As Themselves
Recurring

Uncredited
Chris KattanChris Kattan
As Gelman
Recurring
J.B. SmooveJ.B. Smoove
As Terrell
Recurring
James DowneyJames Downey
As Creepy Audience Guy
Recurring
Paula PellPaula Pell
As Terrell's Wife
Recurring
Steve HigginsSteve Higgins
As Regis Philbin Fan
Recurring
Jason SudeikisJason Sudeikis
As Audience Member
Sleepy BrownSleepy Brown
As Himself (Musical Guest)
Episode Notes
Finesse Mitchell and Kenan Thompson do not appear in this episode.

This is Darrell Hammond's first appearance as President George W. Bush. Chris Parnell wanted to continue playing the president, but the producers reassigned the role to Darrell Hammond.

Keeping with the theme of having two solo albums released as a double album, OutKast never appear on stage together during their performances. Andre 3000 performs "Hey Ya!" by himself as does Big Boi (featuring Sleepy Brown) with "The Way You Move". The E! version of this episode only has Andre 3000 perform "Hey Ya!" Big Boi and Sleepy Brown's performance of "The Way You Move" is cut.



Episode Quotes
Drunk Girl: I decided to go as Catwoman for Halloween because all my other costumes are being used as evidence!



Episode Goofs
When the camera first pans towards the audience during the monologue, you can see James Downey wearing reading glasses and going over what appears to be a script.



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