Darrell Hammond is an American actor, stand-up comedian and impressionist. He was a regular on Saturday Night Live (SNL) from 1995 until 2009, the longest tenure of any cast member. Upon his departure, Hammond, at age 53, was the oldest cast member in the show's history.
From the TV show Saturday Night Live A great call by a woman who suffered a Seizure while driving, she protests Adam and Drew's questioning and denies the truth to their estimations but then she...
From the TV show Saturday Night Live A great call by a woman who suffered a Seizure while driving, she protests Adam and Drew's questioning and denies the truth to their estimations but then she finally reveals she if Bi-polar and was abducted and raped as a teen.
Perfect example of Drew and Adam breaking through a callers denial.
Anderson plays the Rare but Excellent quick/quiet drop of Drew saying "Your insane".
Female Caller " I'm on the radio I'm a little nervous"
Adam " Listen, I'm on the radio and it's like I'm on a qualude and a fifth of nyquil."
Darrell briefly recounts the Prison story once again but seems very hesitant.
Darrell does these impressions in this episode:
The most humble male caller ever, he describes his love for Star Trek and his tiny penis as well as not being smart enough to play DnD.
Rare dueling lightning round between Darrell and Adam.
Drew " let me read Janet's question for everyone to appreciate, Janet has heard that the head of the penis will fall off if you have anal sex"
Adam "Listen gents that's true if you try getting me, spread the word"
Great Skateboard testicle injury question, Anderson plays the rare drop of Matt Besser from the UCB saying "Is something wrong with his testicle?"
Darrel breaks down his impressions and really give insight on how he creates them, extended Al Gore voice breakdown.
Extended discussing regarding the former SNL casts and who still gets work versus who is back to being a relative unknown.
Drew goes off on a recent(at the time) Time magazine article that questions the actual dangers of Extasy use and attempts to make it seem as though doctors are lying about the dangers to discourage kids from abusing drugs.
Darrell claims that Adam's voice can not be replicated and nobody can do an accurate impression.