It’s sometimes crazy to think that a show that elaborate can be fully thought out and executed in just a week but after over 40 years of shows, the people at “SNL” seem to have it down to a science. This process is currently being explored at “Saturday Night Live: The Exhibition,” a really impressive exhibit in New York City full of props, costumes and other fun tidbits that follows the day-to-day events that go into making an episode of “SNL.” I was able to check it out over the summer and lucky for you, I took lots of photos. Instead of going through the whole collection like some annoying relative after a long vacation, I’ve decided to narrow it down to just nine pictures that sort of follow the week-long process that goes into making the show and give you a glimpse of what all can be seen at the exhibit. It doesn’t appear to be closing any time soon, so if you get a chance I suggest you go see it. And for more details on the weekly process itself, check out this great New York Post piece.
So there you have it, folks! A look into a week at “SNL” and “Saturday Night Live: The Exhibition.” Pretty impressive, right? Makes you want to watch an episode of “SNL” right now. Might I recommend this week’s episode, if you haven’t seen it already? Trust me, you’ll be OBSESSED.