Jay Pharoah Acts Out a Secret Meeting Between Black Comedians

Nailed them all, especially the mannerisms.  He turned his hands into Chris Rock hands.

Jays the real deal.  I really only view SNL as a springboard for stand-out comedians.  I dont think they know what to do with him yet outside of SNL though.  If this guy has range that extends into the serious/sad realm much like Robin Williams then hes set.  As of right now hes untested as far as I know.

Eric Clapton Plays – For the First Time – “Tears In Heaven”

For the people that do not know the story behind the song; “Tears in Heaven” is a song by Eric Clapton and Will Jennings, from the 1991 Rush film soundtrack. The song was written about the pain and loss Clapton felt following the death of his four-year-old son, Conor.  In an interview with Sue Lawley in 1992, Clapton said of the song “There is a song that I’ve written for a movie, but in actual fact it was in the back of my head but it didn’t really have a reason for being until I was scoring this movie which I did a little while ago and then it sort of had a reason to be.  And it is a little ambiguous because it could be taken to be about Conor but it also is meant to be part of the film.  Conor fell from a window of a 53rd-floor New York apartment building owned by his mother’s friend on March 20, 1991.  Clapton arrived at the apartment shortly after the accident.

This was just about a year after that happened.

Jay Pharoah Acts Out a Secret Meeting Between Black Comedians

Nailed them all, especially the mannerisms.  He turned his hands into Chris Rock hands.

Jays the real deal.  I really only view SNL as a springboard for stand-out comedians.  I dont think they know what to do with him yet outside of SNL though.  If this guy has range that extends into the serious/sad realm much like Robin Williams then hes set.  As of right now hes untested as far as I know.

Judy Garland Delivers Stunning Performance on the Final Episode of her One-Season Variety Show

From 1964, exhausted, over-medicated, and humiliated by CBS, Judy tears into it.  Producers cut this performance from the final broadcast because they found it too dark.  It was a very classy and passionate farewell with a side of, Go to hell!

I loved how Conan exited the Tonight Show.  I thought he maintained his humor and levity but didnt let NBC off the hook.  It was inspiring to see someone fail in a sense, and handle it so well.  Judys performance here is the same. The way she filters her anger and sadness well its just masterful and gorgeous.  Good to hear it made the studio squirm and glad we get to see it now.

Judy Garland Delivers Stunning Performance on the Final Episode of her One-Season Variety Show

From 1964, exhausted, over-medicated, and humiliated by CBS, Judy tears into it.  Producers cut this performance from the final broadcast because they found it too dark.  It was a very classy and passionate farewell with a side of, Go to hell!

I loved how Conan exited the Tonight Show.  I thought he maintained his humor and levity but didnt let NBC off the hook.  It was inspiring to see someone fail in a sense, and handle it so well.  Judys performance here is the same. The way she filters her anger and sadness well its just masterful and gorgeous.  Good to hear it made the studio squirm and glad we get to see it now.