I can’t qownload your video ! ((
Yeah, the video seems to be missing. But one that sticks in my mind from SNL is Sally Field ripping on pharmaceuticals.
I have the same result with everyone.
I can’t see the video
Perhaps you can reply a link with the updated one.
Wrong embed code? There’s no video. I love SNL!
Where is the video? I would love to see it.
There is no article:( couldn’t read out!!!
Is there a video or an article for this? How I would love to see it.
It’s still on youtube if you search for it, I think.
Not sure if it’s on youtube or not, but if you do a search for: “buckwell’s follies youtube” in Google, the first result that comes up is the Buckwell’s Follies video on the NBC website.
Hi Phil Ayres,
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