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Sometimes, you’ll be standing in a line and a cast member will walk by (Aidy Bryant and Brooks Wheelan both trotted past while we waited in what ended up being the final line), and that will remind you why there’s so much security and lines to begin with, because the people you have come to see Once you get into the studio, it’s surprisingly large (Studio 8-H is reportedly 6,339 square feet, and there are about 250 seats both downstairs on temporary chairs and upstairs on seats culled from the old Yankee Stadium), especially since the live show only ever shows those first-floor attendees, somewhat awkwardly perched in front of the stage itself.
It’s comfortable, but it’s also crammed to the rafters (literally) with set pieces, props, lighting rigs, cameras, cranes, cast, crew, and anything else one would need to launch a live show. Watching the show in studio also reveals all kinds of weird and wonderful things.
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If someone asks you for coffee, make it the best cup of coffee you can, and do it fast.Not even an exact date, just one that might work for you. If you’re going for those "SNL"tickets, you have to email your requests in the month of August only (the "SNL"season doesn’t start until September) and basically just wait it out. Line up at 30 Rock on the morning of your preferred show — at 7 a.m. (Often, sketches cut from dress will pop up on "SNL's" website as “web exclusives.”) Dress includes , from the host’s monologue to the musical guest’s two performances to any cameos that pop up along the way, with all breaks measured to reflect how long actual commercial breaks will be.If you get picked for tickets (and only if you get picked), you’ll get a pair of tickets for a show, date and time as picked by "SNL"Don’t try to game the system by putting in multiple requests. It’s the only way to do it, but it’s also totally bonkers, mainly because any changes have to be made between 10 p.m., when dress ends, and p.m., when the live show starts. There’s a line downstairs in the lobby, and then a line to go through metal detectors and then up elevators.Here are 5 things we can learn about the movie, based on the trailer, before its UK release later next month.Only Daniel Radcliffe can have a film history of a wizard, a man with horns and now a human jet-ski!