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What's So Funny?

Three New England comedians are adding a streak of regional humor to Saturday Night Live, including characters straight from the streets of Boston.

By Janice Page
January 25, 2004

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Jane Curtin. Adam Sandler. Kevin Nealon. Sarah Silverman. Anthony Michael Hall. There are a few other names -- the infamous Charles Rocket, the forgotten Nancy Walls -- but, really, the number of New England-bred Not Ready for Prime Time Players sprinkled throughout the more-than-28-year run of NBC's Saturday Night Live is embarrassingly small for a show headquartered just minutes south ... (Full Article: 2821 Words)

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