30 rock

Rolling Stone rank every ‘Saturday Night Live’ cast member

Rob Sheffield has taken on the ultimate challenge of ranking all 141 cast members of Saturday Night Live. Like all lists of this nature, many will debate placements, but the list shows the great talents that have performed for us week after week on Studio 8H.

Below is the top 25:

25. Jason Sudeikis (2005-13)
24. Laraine Newman (1975-80)
23. Fred Armisen (2002-13)
22. Andy Samberg (2005-12)
21. Chris Rock (1990-93)
20. Al Franken (1975-1980, 1985-95)
19. Jon Lovitz (1985-90)
18. Maya Rudolph (2000-07)
17. Adam Sandler (1990-95)
16. Rachel Dratch (1999-06)
15. Chris Farley (1990-95)
14. Kristen Wiig (2005-12)
13. Bill Hader (2005-13)
12. Will Ferrell (1995-02)
11. Dana Carvey (1986-93)
10. Chevy Chase (1975-77)
09. Gilda Radner (1975-80)
08. Amy Poehler (2001-08)
07. Phil Hartman (1986-94)
06. Bill Murray (1977-80)
05. Dan Aykroyd (1975-79)
04. Mike Myers (1989-95)
03. Tina Fey (2000-06)
02. Eddie Murphy (1980-84)
01. John Belushi (1975-79)

The rest can be found at Rolling Stone

Days Gone By

“Probably won’t make no money off this, oh well”

It’s currently 1.23 A.M, and although I’ve had a productive night, it feels as though my year so far has not been. I spent the last few hours of New Year’s Eve 2013, thinking of how I could further my life in 2014. And instead of actually doing those things, it feels like I’ve spent more time thinking about them. It has all come down to time. With a terrible sleeping pattern, and some odd working hours, some days disappear into thin air without me even realizing. The sleeping pattern is fixable but the annoying working hours are not. This has me thinking more about how I can change this problem of mine, to dream just as big, but to accomplish more. And I’ve came to the conclusion that I need more focus on me, from now on. That sounds terribly self centered doesn’t it? But it’s true. I don’t want to look back on this year as a waste of time. I guess I can class the first odd 120 days of the year as my “Gap Year”, and from the month of May onwards I can call this “my year”. I guess I’m putting this here as a public reminder for myself, to grow a bigger profile, and spend my time doing things I want to be doing, not things I should be doing. Now I’m off to bed to watch some 30 Rock (Season 2 Episode 5 – “Greenzo”, such a classic featuring David Schwimmer), and if I feel inspired afterwards I might read some of George R R Martin’s A Game Of Thrones (I’m finally more than half way through, and just like Season One, it’s now starting to get interesting. Side note: I always enjoy debating with myself where Varys true allegiance is with).