Since its inception, Saturday Night Live has produced a large proportion of the nation's finest comedic actors, and Will Ferrell takes his place at the head of this elite group. He distinguished himself on the show with popular recurring characters, apt impressions, and a willingness to go to extremes so he could push the limits of comedy. His hilarious impression of Attorney General Janet Reno's Dance Party is attended in this episode by Rudy Giuliani, and his parody of James Lipton's INSIDE THE ACTOR'S STUDIO features Kate Hudson playing a delightfully flaky Drew Barrymore. Also making an appearance is Will's Professor Klarvin, one half of the lustfully unctuous couple in "The Lovers," and the mythical Bill Brasky, who never makes an appearance but whose legend grows ever taller. Will Ferrell has progressed from SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE to become a versatile and outstanding comedic actor in Hollywood, with such credits as ELF, ANCHORMAN, and ZOOLANDER, and the material collected here upholds this reputation.