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Saturday Night F Bomb


09/28/2009
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(AP) "Saturday Night Live" has started the season with a bang, or, more precisely, an F-bomb. It wasn't the first time this particular word had been heard on "SNL." Cast member Charles Rocket made the slip in 1981.

Newcomer Jenny Slate let the dreaded word slip during a parody of a talk show by biker women. Called "Biker Chick Chat," the sketch was laden with tough talk from its participants, played by Slate, Kristen Wiig and guest host Megan Fox.

But the most objectionable word was substituted, with rapid-fire comic frequency, with an inoffensive stand-in for that vulgarity. Then, midway through the sketch, Slate slipped and said the word she meant to avoid. - more on this story



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