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tony hipchest
03-02-2007, 05:52 PM
and he will be funnier than brady. expect a jab at the patriots.

The Duke
03-02-2007, 06:01 PM
Can you give a source, I would like to know when it will be?

PAMillerGrrl83
03-02-2007, 06:16 PM
March 24th. Consequently Mannings 31st b-day.

www.colts.com

polamalufan43
03-02-2007, 06:19 PM
March 24th. Consequently Mannings 31st b-day.

www.colts.com

Great, remind me to throw something at my TV. jk jk
Geez, I didn't know how old he really was.
~Polamalufan43:tt02:

tony hipchest
03-02-2007, 06:21 PM
Can you give a source, I would like to know when it will be?no i cant, he just did a deal (that i heard on tv) but it seems to be on march 24th.

NV STEELERS 723
03-02-2007, 08:06 PM
I heard Chris Farley is his co-host too.....

iloveben7
03-02-2007, 08:15 PM
This will be interesting to see Peyton on SNL!! haha

PAMillerGrrl83
03-02-2007, 10:30 PM
Actually heres the link to the article itself instead of just the Colts official site. Also small side note LoL, I do think it's P"e"yton instead of P"a"yton.


http://mirror.colts.com/sub.cfm?page=article7&news_id=4685

tony hipchest
03-03-2007, 12:20 AM
Also small side note LoL, I do think it's P"e"yton instead of P"a"yton.


http://mirror.colts.com/sub.cfm?page=article7&news_id=4685oh no!!!! spelling police!!!!! :busted:

my daughters name is p"a"yton after the late, great walter payton, so forgive me if i slipped up. :rolleyes:

i would hate to "confuse" anyone. no worries though, our mods will get around to editing it soon. :thumbsup:

handsome
03-03-2007, 03:54 AM
I don't know why anyone would bother doing this. I wouldn't. I'd rather run my motorcycle into a stonewall.

Suitanim
03-03-2007, 08:54 PM
It's live TV, though...what if things don't go his way? Will he scream at Lorne Michaels? Wave his arms a lot? Yell at the cameraman?

Peyton is usually a pretty good pimp, though. He'll sell his image well...

tony hipchest
03-25-2007, 02:44 AM
did anyone bother to watch?

how this show is fallen. to mannings credit, he was great. its just sad when he was better, funnier, and more natural than all the regular "comedians" now on the show.

they did a manning spoof on a UNITED WAY commercial that was excellent (he was cursing at and beaning the little kids with the football) and carri underwoods skorts were so short you could count her.... well, y'know.

oh, and manning did a skit shirtless, spoofing the movie "300" (i believe) and i am now more convinced than ever, that manning has never even seen a weightroom in his life, and that lifting is over rated for nfl qb's. i think he coulda been a stunt double for terry bradshaw in "failure to launch".

note to big ben- forget the weightroom and hit the books!

and manning haters will love this.... both archi and eli, were in the audience, along with his mom (who he slammed for not making it into the nfl :chuckle:)

I-Want-Troy's-Hair
03-25-2007, 01:27 PM
I just watched it this morning and for as much as Manning makes my stomach turn I have o say he was pretty funny. The guys over at PFT summed it up well.

PEYTON WAS PRETTY GOOD

Yeah, we stayed up late and watched Peyton Manning's appearance on Saturday Night Live. And, yeah, he was actually pretty good.

The highlight for us was a phony post-monolgue United Way commercial, in which Manning was playing football with a bunch of kids, drilling their bodies with passes and verbally berating them. As one member of PFT Planet pointed out, "Most of that parody wasn't a parody."

The spot also made fun not specifically of Peyton's on-field demeanor, but of the growing perception that football players are thugs. He was trying to break into an Escalade, claiming it was his vehicle until cops arrived and he took off running. And he was drinking beer with the kids, explaining to them that he would "kill a snitch."

We can't imagine that the tone and content of the segment was well received by Park Avenue. But it was very funny.

There were other moments that caught our eye. In one skit, reference was made to the birthing process of a child with Peyton's ample cranium. In another, Peyton played a Persian from the film 300, wearing a skull cap that made him look like a floor lamp sans shade. He also was shirtless at the time, and his physique conjured images not of the NFL, but of the PBA. As one member of PFT Planet observed: "Tell Manning to do some push-ups. My girlfriend just said he has the boobs of an 8-year-old boy."

There was a cheesy basketball locker room segment, featuring a perfunctory "look at the popular guy try to dance" routine that made the skit come off like a substandard high school play.

The monologue was uneventful and largely unfunny, except for the line about the old man who told Peyton that the thing that the circus and Tom Brady have in common is that they each have two more rings than him. Peyton also introduced his mom, dad, and brother Eli, making a stupid crack about the fact that his mom didn't play in the NFL. The family's eldest child, Cooper, wasn't introduced, but walked onto the fringe of the set during the closing scene with the entire cast, proving that, unlike Richie Cunningham's big brother Chuck, Cooper still exists.

There also was an unintentionally hilarious moment in one of the final sketches, in which Manning and a female cast member (we can't remember which one it was) played a married couple sitting on a porch swing and taking simultaneous swigs of coffee after each made increasingly bizarre observations. At one point, Manning said that he saw a male friend of theirs in short running shorts. Said Manning, "I think I saw his butthole."

To the trained eye, this immediately conjured memories of Manning's legal travails with former Tennessee trainer Jamie Naughtright, who claimed that Manning dropped his "naked butt and rectum" on her face while he was in school.

So, in all, we were entertained. But, like most athletes who have hosted the show, we're pretty sure that Manning's appearance was a one-shot deal.

tony hipchest
03-25-2007, 01:40 PM
the UNITED WAY commercial will make any football fan laugh

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-6Ky7_sfPc

and the show wasnt all about hailing the sb champ. there was a funny skit where he played a ncaa bb writer and became disturbed when the other analysts talked about teams who choked in the tournament as pulling a "peyton manning".

boLT fan
03-25-2007, 04:47 PM
the UNITED WAY commercial will make any football fan laugh

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-6Ky7_sfPc

and the show wasnt all about hailing the sb champ. there was a funny skit where he played a ncaa bb writer and became disturbed when the other analysts talked about teams who choked in the tournament as pulling a "peyton manning".

I didn't get to watch the show, but I did see both of those on YouTube. Manning could definatly be some kind of actor on a skit show or something if he wants to when he retires. They were great.

"Everyone want to go to my mansion?"
"YAYAYYAAAYY"
"Oh, calm down i'm just ****in' with ya"

tony hipchest
03-25-2007, 04:52 PM
after nailing the kid in the backside with the ball-

"get your head outta your ass.... YOU SUCK!" :sofunny:

boLT fan
03-25-2007, 04:53 PM
after nailing the kid in the backside with the ball-

"get your head outta your ass.... YOU SUCK!" :sofunny:

:sofunny:

"Cops, cops every man for yourself!"


:sofunny:

tony hipchest
03-25-2007, 05:03 PM
:sofunny:

"Cops, cops every man for yourself!"


:sofunny:o-6Ky7_sfPci just noticed the youtube feature/upload only appears when you quote somebody, so let me give it a try. (this gets funnier every time i see it.)

EDIT: oh well, just click the link. its worth it.

ok- fixed it


This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by NBC Universal

bastards!

tony hipchest
03-29-2007, 05:57 PM
and he will be funnier than brady. expect a jab at the patriots.appearantly they didnt jab as hard as planned:



Brady "baby joke" pulled from SNL?
A joke about New England Patriots QB Tom Brady's pregnancy predicament - which was scheduled to be delivered by his arch-rival Indianapolis Colts QB Peyton Manning - was axed from last week?s ?Saturday Night Live,? according to the BOSTON HERALD

Manning's monologue, told a story about visiting a Boston veterans hospital and being taunted by a Pats fan named Joe O?Malley. ?What do Tom Brady and the circus have in common?? Peyton said Joe asked him. ?They both have two more rings than you.?

According to writer Dan Shanoff, that was not how the joke originally went. In the dress rehearsal, Burlington homegal Amy Poehler was dressed in a Pats jersey and she is the one who delivered the ?two more rings than you? line.

To which, Peyton replied ?That?s not the ONLY thing he?ll have two more of . .


and to no suprise, ive even seen patfans getting bent because they cant put mannings comments into the context of a comedy sketch when he said he was gonna work harder next year "and kick their ass again".

disrespected once again :rolleyes: