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The former “Saturday Night Live” writer John Mulaney tells a child that the stars were better than any adults on “SNL”

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A Stand-up comic and former “Saturday Night Live” writer John Mulaney, which has nothing but praise for the children in his new Netflix special.

The premiere of his Netflix of children’s musical special, “John Mulaney & a Bag Lunch Bunch” at Metrograph on Monday, Mulaney said, the child actors: “They are all incredibly friendly and helpful to one another… You were so much better than that of the adult, which we discussed in ‘SNL.'”

Mulaney, along with the former “SNL” writer Marika Sawyer, co-writing songs which appeared in the Netflix special. Mulaney was found that all of Them took the “voice memo” from our sing along with all the copyrighted music and turned them into original creations.”

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At the beginning of October, the former ‘ SNL ‘ star Ana Gasteyer will also put down the show during an appearance on “today”.

“I think that [I’m wrong], especially in the jollity, and the ridiculousness of the” Gasteyer said when asked if she had a fear of missing out on the show. “The reality of it is… what can I say, the Wine Country last year, with all the girls. Maya [Rudolph] and Rachel [Dratch] were all on my audio show. Rachel and I are writing a film together right now. I am, however, allowed to set the speed and it is fun, and that is a creative shorthand.”

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“When you do ‘SNL,’ will develop the introductory skills, you will have to have a shorthand, you will have an opportunity to interact with each other in a different way than in any other part of the music business,” she continued. “I feel like I’m still getting it without it, I don’t know, the IBS [Irritable Bowel Syndrome], work [‘SNL’]. It is so high-stakes.”

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