Saturday, August 1, 2015

Charles Barkley on 'SNL': Highlights

Charles Barkley, that no-longer-quite-so-round mound of rebound, hosted NBC's "Saturday Night Live" this weekend for the third time.

Charles Barkley on 'SNL': Highlights

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Charles Barkley, that no-longer-quite-so-round mound of rebound, hosted NBC's "Saturday Night Live" this weekend for the third time.

Weight Watchers might not be so thrilled with its newest spokesman's joke that dieting's left him so hungry he might just eat musical guest Kelly Clarkson, but Eagles fans probably appreciated that clip of Andy Reid in Sir Charles' fake commercial for an app that translates the meaningless garble of post-game interviews into Barkley-speak.

If you missed the show, here are a couple of highlights, courtesy of Hulu:

The monologue:

http://www.hulu.com/watch/317017/saturday-night-live-charles-barkley-monologue

Barkley's Investigation Discovery show, "White People's Problems":

http://www.hulu.com/watch/317011/saturday-night-live-white-people-problems

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