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They were, of course, all made-up characters that had never existed, but even the promo materials for some of them were amazing.
Fey and "SNL" suggested the movie spin-off for her fake character "Queef Latina," dubbed "Queef Latina Ruins Christmas," and honestly that sounds so amazing and horrific that it really should exist. The Lady with No Theme Song — "SNL" Another of Fey's made-up recurring characters from her 2013 turn as "SNL" host, this one had a whole theme song about not having a theme song.
Garfield High School in Garrettsville, where he won the John Philip Sousa award.
He also played a big part in creating the Garrettsville Community Players.
Kennedy had extramarital affairs and no one says anything. ’ I think Hillary Clinton’s got to be able to relate to that.” (Apparently, this Catherine the Great joke is not safe for television.) Amy (from Yes Please): “She was sharp, shy, and hilarious. She would whisper funny and harsh things about Del [Close, the improv guru and co-founder of Improv Olympic] to me.
But I bang one horse and now I’m a horse banger for all eternity? When we did scenes together, they weren’t particularly funny or interesting.
Queef Latina — “SNL” When Fey returned to "SNL" as host in 2013, she used her monologue to remind fans of her least-remembered recurring characters.
Amy (from Yes Please): “Charna took a liking to me, and me to her. Her name was Tina and she was like me but with brown hair.” Co-founder of Improv Olympic Charna Halpern: “They were just instantly brilliant …