April 12th, 2009

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Zac wut the Ef is wrong with you on SNL



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ETA: ONTD seems to love him (and think he's gay all of the sudden again, but that's neither her nor there).

Also guys from here:

Zac Efron hosted “Saturday Night Live,” and it wasn’t awful. It also wasn’t great. The best skit featuring Efron was the post-“High School Musical” bit in the video above. Troy Bolton returned to high school after a year in college—disillusioned that not everyone in the world sings their feelings.

Efron wasn’t the problem. He was a pro in every skit he did—as the German exchange student tattling on Gilly and Kathy Lee Gifford’s singing son, Cody. The writers just didn’t put him in any amazing skits. I think they missed some great opportunities.


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Zac Efron on SNL Outscores ALL OF SATURDAY NIGHT PRIMETIME

OMG THIS IS SO FUCKING AWESOME:

Moses led ABC to victory Saturday night.

But Zac Efron -- as "Saturday Night Live" host -- outscored Moses and everything in prime time.




NBC's "Saturday Night Live" posted a 5.1 household rating in preliminary ratings. In the most amusing sketch, Efron played Troy Bolton in "High School Musical 4." Troy told graduating students at his alma mater how rough life would be for them, because people at college don't break into song. Walt Disney (Darrell Hammond) materialized -- he had thawed out -- and warned Troy, "Disney characters aren't supposed to grow up. Just ask Mickey Mouse and Lindsay Lohan."

In prime time, Charlton Heston and "The Ten Commandments" pulled ABC to victory by pulling in 6.8 million viewers. But Moses sprawled outside prime time -- he started at 7 and concluded after 11.

Here's how the other broadcast networks fared in prime time: CBS with 4.7 million, Fox with 4.6 million and NBC with 3.9 million.

ABC also won the 18-to-49 age group so dear to advertisers. Fox was a close second in that count.


p.s. his number was better than seth rogen's. so was his performance.

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