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Reese Witherspoon clip shot in Sunnyside

May 10, 2015 Staff Report

The following clip includes Reese Witherspoon that was shot at the former Dime Bank in Sunnyside Friday. The skit appears to have been posted online only.

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judge ito from the OJ trial said it best “hasn’t been funny in 10 years” -he made that comment in the 1990s. This white girl skit is proof that this show is no longer funny. Its actually depressing to watch.

Dana Carvey doing Ross Perot, thats freakin funny.

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All this and ccccchhhhhhhhaaaaaagggggeèeeeee guy is back in town. He looks like he went for a winter break. Great tan.


8 production trucks, 9 location hour shoot, 45 crew members pulling overtime, 10 extras, 4 SNL cast members, 1 Hollywood star, 5 minute clip, 0 laughs. RIP SNL


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