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Saturday Night Live - Season 29 Episodes

Saturday Night Live - Season 29

Saturday Night Live - Season 29

Saturday Night Live aired its twenty-ninth season during the 2003–04 television season on NBC. The twenty-ninth season began on October 4, 2003 and ended on May 15, 2004 with 20 episodes in all.

Before the start of the season Chris Kattan and Tracy Morgan left the show and Dean Edwards was fired. Despite Kattan and Morgan's departure, the two would make guest appearances in several episodes throughout the season.

Before the season started, Will Forte, Seth Meyers and Jeff Richards were all promoted to repertory status, while Fred Armisen remained a featured player.

The show added two new black cast members: stand-up comedian Finesse Mitchell and Kenan Thompson, a former child star from the Nickelodeon comedy shows All That and Kenan and Kel. With this season, Thompson becomes the first SNL cast member to be born after the show's premiere in 1975 and the first SNL cast member to get his start on children's shows.

This season saw the first appearance of Justin Timberlake as an SNL host.

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Episode 0

The Best of Tracy Morgan

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The Best of Christopher Walken

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Episode 1

Jack Black/John Mayer

The premiere episode of 2003/04 is hosted by Jack Black, with special guest appearances by Kyle Gass and Will Ferrell.

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Episode 2

Justin Timberlake (1)

Live From New York, It's...Darrell Hammond

Sketches include, ""Hardball"", ""Punk'd: Barely Legal"", ""Schwarzenegger Press Conference"", ""A Message From Nick Lachey & Jessica Simpson"", ""Omletteville vs., Benny's"", ""DirecTV"", ""Boston Teens"", ""The Sharon Osbourne Show"", ""Justin and Kermit The Frog"", ""Carl Weathers For Governor"", ""Amy Loves Justin"", and ""The Barry Gibb Talk Show.""

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Episode 3

Halle Berry/Britney Spears

Live From New York, It's... Darrell Hammond

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

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Episode 4

Kelly Ripa/Outkast

Live From New York, It's... Rachel Dratch

Sketches include, ""Martha Stewart Interview"", ""Cryogenix"", ""The Morning Mix"", ""Battle Of The Sexes 2"", ""Mary Poppins 2004/Chris Parnell and John McEnroe Commentary"", ""Anderson Mellner Communications Celebration"", ""Tennis Talk"", ""Merv The Perv"", ""Jock Talk"", and ""Action News 13""

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Episode 5

Andy Roddick/Dave Matthews

Live From New York, It's... Rachel Dratch

Sketches include, ""Martha Stewart Interview"", ""Cryogenix"", ""The Morning Mix"", ""Battle Of The Sexes 2"", ""Mary Poppins 2004/Chris Parnell and John McEnroe Commentary"", ""Anderson Mellner Communications Celebration"", ""Tennis Talk"", ""Merv The Perv"", ""Jock Talk"", and ""Action News 13""

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Episode 6

Alec Baldwin/Missy Elliott

Sketches include ""Equal Time Programming on NBC,"" ""Michael Jackson On A Roller Coaster,"" ""Brian Fellow's Safari Planet,"" ""The Three Wise Men Get Racial-Profiled"", ""Al Sharpton's Casa de Sushi,"" ""The Latoya Jackson Show,"" and ""Cash On Earth.""

Pink performs ""Trouble"" and ""God is a DJ.""

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Episode 7

Al Sharpton/Pink

Sketeches include; Hardball, Choir Boys, Queer Eye For the Straight Guy, Fun With Real Audio, Wake-Up Wakefield, Versace Egg Nog, Gore Endorses Dean, The Rialto Grande Casino

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Episode 8

Elijah Wood/Jet

Lord of the Rings star Elijah Wood hosts this 2003 holiday episode, with a guest appearance by Chris Kattan.

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Episode 9

Jennifer Aniston/Black Eyed Peas

Live from New York, it's... Jeff Richards

Sketches were: ""Howard Dean HQ,"" ""Tylenol Extreme,"" ""Joey Mack,"" ""El Cantador Restaurant,"" ""American Idol,"" ""MTV Future,"" ""American Beef Council,"" ""The Sharon Osbourne Show,"" ""Panty Shopping,"" ""Bubba Sparxxx Ad Jingles,"" and ""Tuna of the Dirt."" G-Unit performed ""Stunt 101.""

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Episode 10

Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey/G-Unit with 50 Cent

Live From New York, It's... Darrell Hammond

Sketches include,""Nightline"", ""Celebrity Poker Showdown"", ""Huggies Thong"", ""The Baby Boyfriend"", ""Sharon Stone Presents An Award"", ""Oprah's Favorite Things"", ""Black Lovin' Cab Driver"", ""The Wizard Of Oz"", ""Zings vs. Slams"", ""Celebrity Relatives""

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Episode 11

Megan Mullally/Clay Aiken

Sketches are: ""Gore Calls Kerry,"" ""A Very Special Valentine's Versace,"" ""Jarret's Room,"" ""Access Hollywood,"" ""Octane,"" ""Mike's Bar, circa 1968,"" ""Larry King Live,"" ""Spy Glass,"" ""The World of Scott Wainio"" (film), ""The White Stripes,"" and ""The Prince Show."" Kelis performed ""Milkshake"" and ""Trick Me.""

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Episode 12

Drew Barrymore/Kelis

A Valentine's Day episode hosted by Drew Barrymore.

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Episode 13

Christina Aguilera/Maroon 5

Sketches include; Nightline, Bad Southern Accent, Show Biz Grande Explosion, TV Funhouse: FCC-Approved Cartoons, Tim Calhoun In Court, The Horny Bellhop, Meet the Press, The Sopranos, and Hollywood vs. History: Jesus Christ.

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Episode 14

Colin Firth/Norah Jones

Stage and screen actor Colin Firth hosts, with a guest appearance by Ana Gasteyer.

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Episode 15

Ben Affleck/N.E.R.D.

Ben Affleck returns to SNL to host, with a cameo appearance by Kelly Ripa.

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Episode 16

Donald Trump/Toots and the Maytals with Bootsy Collins and The Roots

Business mogul Donald Trump takes control for a night when he hosts.

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Episode 17

Janet Jackson

Live From New York, it's...Will Forte!

Sketches include: ""Bush's Preparation,"" ""Turlington's Lower Back Tattoo Remover,"" ""Jaret's Room,"" ""Harry Potter,"" ""Billy Joel's Car Ride,"" ""Debbie Downer,"" ""Club Traxx,"" ""Kaitlin's Sleepover,"" and ""The Adult Movie Awards.""

Usher performed ""Yeah"" (with Ludacris) and ""Burn"" (by himself).

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Episode 18

Lindsay Lohan/Usher

Teen star Lindsay Lohan hosts.

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Episode 19

Snoop Dogg/Avril Lavigne

Hip-hop legend Snoop Dogg hosts.

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Episode 20

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen/J-Kwon

Olsen twins Ashley and Mary-Kate host this finale episode of the 2003/04 season.

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Episode 21

Best of Tracy Morgan

Born and raised in New York City, Tracy Morgan epitomized the bold and defiant attitude essential to being an "SNL" star. Bringing a sense of fearlessness to the stage, Morgan was sure to make uproarious moments come alive each and every week … just as long as you brought him a soda. Finally, you can watch the best of Brian Fellow, Astronaut Jones, Dominican Lou, Woodrow and many other characters Morgan created.

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