When Barkley debuted as a host in 1993, he still played pro basketball, he did a “Daily Affirmation” sketch with Al Franken, and the musical guest was Nirvana.
All your dreams are coming true because Saturday Night Live is back! This week, they have Charles Barkley with musical guest Migos! Saturday Night Live’s return this week was fine. Not fantastic, but fine. Sure, there were some fun moments and it was worth it to see our favorites back on the show again.
But at least the balance of good sketches to bad was decent, and we got to watch Charles Barkley get molested by a puppet. There are worse ways to spend a Saturday night.
America’s most disgusting, desperate, and vomit-inducing bar patron was back in the night’s final sketch, this time getting overly physical with Charles Barkley’s fellow drunk customer.
Tonight on NBC, Charles Barkley returned to host Saturday Night Live for the fourth time with musical guest Migos. Barkley truly shined in an edgy, funny, unexpectedly poignant, frequently weird
Sir Charles Barkley is hosting the March 3, 2018 edition of SNL with musical guest Migos, one of Hip-hop’s top acts in the game.
SNL returned after taking the month of February off with host Charles Barkley and musical guest Migos. Mexico’ Episode 5 Recap: The Life of Pablo Saturday Night Live brought back Alec
The Rock is the only athlete who has hosted Saturday Night Live as an athlete more times than Charles Barkley, and often times he does so to promote his films as an actor.
Saturday Night Live got its hands on Hollywood’s biggest night – with a sketch about the Grabbies, filmdom’s highest honor for sexual harassers and gropers.
When watching four-time host Charles Barkley tackle his latest monologue for Saturday Night Live, newcomers to the show may be forgiven for wondering how an athlete with such a stilted cue card
Yes, Charles Barkley has now hosted Saturday Night Live four times. Which isn’t a complaint or a joke, really.