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‘Saturday Night Live’ Is Making Its Own Wine Now

‘Saturday Night Live’ Is Making Its Own Wine Now

New York’s hottest wine is a 2016 Beaujolais named Stefon

Saturday Night Live has its own wine now.

Saturday Night Live has found a way to make even more money from all the people hanging out at home on Saturday night, drinking wine and watching SNL on their couches. Now Saturday Night Live has come out with its own line of wine. If they start selling couches, too, they’ll really dominate the late night, watching-TV-on-the-couch market.

The new SNL wines are sold through Lot18, which also makes The Walking Dead wine and a collection of other wines inspired by media properties. The SNL wine includes three reds wines and a white. There’s a 2016 Saturday Night Live California Red Blend, and three bottles named after some of Saturday Night Live’s most iconic characters in recent years.

There’s a 2016 Debbie Downer Chardonnay from Australia, and despite being named for a character whose defining trait is being a huge bummer, it’s a surprisingly upbeat wine that’s described as “the perfect antidote to all life’s trials and tribulations.” It has flavors of baked apple, hazelnut, lemon, and spice.

The collection also includes a 2015 Monterey County Merlot named for The Californians, and one of the collection’s hottest wines is sure to be the 2016 Beaujolais called Stefon. The Stefon Beaujolais costs $18, and the rest cost $20. Those might be worth checking out, then check out the 101 best wineries in America for 2017.

H/t Entertainment Weekly


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Elon Musk has long cracked wise on Twitter. ‘Please put “invented car fart” on my gravestone. This is my only request,’ reads one tweet, referring to a fart-on-command feature on some Tesla vehicles.

Elon Musk’s newest SpaceX rocket stuck its landing Wednesday. Whether the unorthodox billionaire has as much success landing jokes on one of comedy’s biggest stages will get its own test Saturday night.

His stint on “Saturday Night Live” will be his first time hosting a nationally televised comedy sketch show, but it is far from his first time playing the comedian in public. More than most business leaders, the billionaire has a history of cracking wise—and not so wise—on Twitter , in cameos in popular films and TV shows and in publicity events for his various companies. His quips and stunts can range from the extravagant (he once launched a Tesla Inc. sports car into space on one of SpaceX’s rockets) to the nerdy (artificial-intelligence jokes!) to the puerile (he likes fart gags).

Mr. Musk has flashed his comedic side while turning Tesla Inc. into one of the largest U.S. companies by market value and building a space business that is carrying astronauts to and from the International Space Station. He has won a global following and, for the first time, the show will be livestreamed internationally in over 100 countries via YouTube, NBC said Saturday.

His eclectic, from-the-hip style has helped the SpaceX and Tesla chief cultivate a loyal following and generate buzz around his ventures. It has also landed him in some hot water, and will make for an interesting comic cocktail on live—albeit mostly scripted—broadcast TV.

In a teaser for his appearance, Mr. Musk called himself a wild card before promising to be “good-ish” with his mom slated to be attending the show for Mother’s Day.


Elon Musk, ‘SNL,’ Dogecoin, and Mother’s Day: The Making of a Comic Cocktail

Elon Musk has long cracked wise on Twitter. ‘Please put “invented car fart” on my gravestone. This is my only request,’ reads one tweet, referring to a fart-on-command feature on some Tesla vehicles.

Elon Musk’s newest SpaceX rocket stuck its landing Wednesday. Whether the unorthodox billionaire has as much success landing jokes on one of comedy’s biggest stages will get its own test Saturday night.

His stint on “Saturday Night Live” will be his first time hosting a nationally televised comedy sketch show, but it is far from his first time playing the comedian in public. More than most business leaders, the billionaire has a history of cracking wise—and not so wise—on Twitter , in cameos in popular films and TV shows and in publicity events for his various companies. His quips and stunts can range from the extravagant (he once launched a Tesla Inc. sports car into space on one of SpaceX’s rockets) to the nerdy (artificial-intelligence jokes!) to the puerile (he likes fart gags).

Mr. Musk has flashed his comedic side while turning Tesla Inc. into one of the largest U.S. companies by market value and building a space business that is carrying astronauts to and from the International Space Station. He has won a global following and, for the first time, the show will be livestreamed internationally in over 100 countries via YouTube, NBC said Saturday.

His eclectic, from-the-hip style has helped the SpaceX and Tesla chief cultivate a loyal following and generate buzz around his ventures. It has also landed him in some hot water, and will make for an interesting comic cocktail on live—albeit mostly scripted—broadcast TV.

In a teaser for his appearance, Mr. Musk called himself a wild card before promising to be “good-ish” with his mom slated to be attending the show for Mother’s Day.


Elon Musk, ‘SNL,’ Dogecoin, and Mother’s Day: The Making of a Comic Cocktail

Elon Musk has long cracked wise on Twitter. ‘Please put “invented car fart” on my gravestone. This is my only request,’ reads one tweet, referring to a fart-on-command feature on some Tesla vehicles.

Elon Musk’s newest SpaceX rocket stuck its landing Wednesday. Whether the unorthodox billionaire has as much success landing jokes on one of comedy’s biggest stages will get its own test Saturday night.

His stint on “Saturday Night Live” will be his first time hosting a nationally televised comedy sketch show, but it is far from his first time playing the comedian in public. More than most business leaders, the billionaire has a history of cracking wise—and not so wise—on Twitter , in cameos in popular films and TV shows and in publicity events for his various companies. His quips and stunts can range from the extravagant (he once launched a Tesla Inc. sports car into space on one of SpaceX’s rockets) to the nerdy (artificial-intelligence jokes!) to the puerile (he likes fart gags).

Mr. Musk has flashed his comedic side while turning Tesla Inc. into one of the largest U.S. companies by market value and building a space business that is carrying astronauts to and from the International Space Station. He has won a global following and, for the first time, the show will be livestreamed internationally in over 100 countries via YouTube, NBC said Saturday.

His eclectic, from-the-hip style has helped the SpaceX and Tesla chief cultivate a loyal following and generate buzz around his ventures. It has also landed him in some hot water, and will make for an interesting comic cocktail on live—albeit mostly scripted—broadcast TV.

In a teaser for his appearance, Mr. Musk called himself a wild card before promising to be “good-ish” with his mom slated to be attending the show for Mother’s Day.


Elon Musk, ‘SNL,’ Dogecoin, and Mother’s Day: The Making of a Comic Cocktail

Elon Musk has long cracked wise on Twitter. ‘Please put “invented car fart” on my gravestone. This is my only request,’ reads one tweet, referring to a fart-on-command feature on some Tesla vehicles.

Elon Musk’s newest SpaceX rocket stuck its landing Wednesday. Whether the unorthodox billionaire has as much success landing jokes on one of comedy’s biggest stages will get its own test Saturday night.

His stint on “Saturday Night Live” will be his first time hosting a nationally televised comedy sketch show, but it is far from his first time playing the comedian in public. More than most business leaders, the billionaire has a history of cracking wise—and not so wise—on Twitter , in cameos in popular films and TV shows and in publicity events for his various companies. His quips and stunts can range from the extravagant (he once launched a Tesla Inc. sports car into space on one of SpaceX’s rockets) to the nerdy (artificial-intelligence jokes!) to the puerile (he likes fart gags).

Mr. Musk has flashed his comedic side while turning Tesla Inc. into one of the largest U.S. companies by market value and building a space business that is carrying astronauts to and from the International Space Station. He has won a global following and, for the first time, the show will be livestreamed internationally in over 100 countries via YouTube, NBC said Saturday.

His eclectic, from-the-hip style has helped the SpaceX and Tesla chief cultivate a loyal following and generate buzz around his ventures. It has also landed him in some hot water, and will make for an interesting comic cocktail on live—albeit mostly scripted—broadcast TV.

In a teaser for his appearance, Mr. Musk called himself a wild card before promising to be “good-ish” with his mom slated to be attending the show for Mother’s Day.


Elon Musk, ‘SNL,’ Dogecoin, and Mother’s Day: The Making of a Comic Cocktail

Elon Musk has long cracked wise on Twitter. ‘Please put “invented car fart” on my gravestone. This is my only request,’ reads one tweet, referring to a fart-on-command feature on some Tesla vehicles.

Elon Musk’s newest SpaceX rocket stuck its landing Wednesday. Whether the unorthodox billionaire has as much success landing jokes on one of comedy’s biggest stages will get its own test Saturday night.

His stint on “Saturday Night Live” will be his first time hosting a nationally televised comedy sketch show, but it is far from his first time playing the comedian in public. More than most business leaders, the billionaire has a history of cracking wise—and not so wise—on Twitter , in cameos in popular films and TV shows and in publicity events for his various companies. His quips and stunts can range from the extravagant (he once launched a Tesla Inc. sports car into space on one of SpaceX’s rockets) to the nerdy (artificial-intelligence jokes!) to the puerile (he likes fart gags).

Mr. Musk has flashed his comedic side while turning Tesla Inc. into one of the largest U.S. companies by market value and building a space business that is carrying astronauts to and from the International Space Station. He has won a global following and, for the first time, the show will be livestreamed internationally in over 100 countries via YouTube, NBC said Saturday.

His eclectic, from-the-hip style has helped the SpaceX and Tesla chief cultivate a loyal following and generate buzz around his ventures. It has also landed him in some hot water, and will make for an interesting comic cocktail on live—albeit mostly scripted—broadcast TV.

In a teaser for his appearance, Mr. Musk called himself a wild card before promising to be “good-ish” with his mom slated to be attending the show for Mother’s Day.


Elon Musk, ‘SNL,’ Dogecoin, and Mother’s Day: The Making of a Comic Cocktail

Elon Musk has long cracked wise on Twitter. ‘Please put “invented car fart” on my gravestone. This is my only request,’ reads one tweet, referring to a fart-on-command feature on some Tesla vehicles.

Elon Musk’s newest SpaceX rocket stuck its landing Wednesday. Whether the unorthodox billionaire has as much success landing jokes on one of comedy’s biggest stages will get its own test Saturday night.

His stint on “Saturday Night Live” will be his first time hosting a nationally televised comedy sketch show, but it is far from his first time playing the comedian in public. More than most business leaders, the billionaire has a history of cracking wise—and not so wise—on Twitter , in cameos in popular films and TV shows and in publicity events for his various companies. His quips and stunts can range from the extravagant (he once launched a Tesla Inc. sports car into space on one of SpaceX’s rockets) to the nerdy (artificial-intelligence jokes!) to the puerile (he likes fart gags).

Mr. Musk has flashed his comedic side while turning Tesla Inc. into one of the largest U.S. companies by market value and building a space business that is carrying astronauts to and from the International Space Station. He has won a global following and, for the first time, the show will be livestreamed internationally in over 100 countries via YouTube, NBC said Saturday.

His eclectic, from-the-hip style has helped the SpaceX and Tesla chief cultivate a loyal following and generate buzz around his ventures. It has also landed him in some hot water, and will make for an interesting comic cocktail on live—albeit mostly scripted—broadcast TV.

In a teaser for his appearance, Mr. Musk called himself a wild card before promising to be “good-ish” with his mom slated to be attending the show for Mother’s Day.


Elon Musk, ‘SNL,’ Dogecoin, and Mother’s Day: The Making of a Comic Cocktail

Elon Musk has long cracked wise on Twitter. ‘Please put “invented car fart” on my gravestone. This is my only request,’ reads one tweet, referring to a fart-on-command feature on some Tesla vehicles.

Elon Musk’s newest SpaceX rocket stuck its landing Wednesday. Whether the unorthodox billionaire has as much success landing jokes on one of comedy’s biggest stages will get its own test Saturday night.

His stint on “Saturday Night Live” will be his first time hosting a nationally televised comedy sketch show, but it is far from his first time playing the comedian in public. More than most business leaders, the billionaire has a history of cracking wise—and not so wise—on Twitter , in cameos in popular films and TV shows and in publicity events for his various companies. His quips and stunts can range from the extravagant (he once launched a Tesla Inc. sports car into space on one of SpaceX’s rockets) to the nerdy (artificial-intelligence jokes!) to the puerile (he likes fart gags).

Mr. Musk has flashed his comedic side while turning Tesla Inc. into one of the largest U.S. companies by market value and building a space business that is carrying astronauts to and from the International Space Station. He has won a global following and, for the first time, the show will be livestreamed internationally in over 100 countries via YouTube, NBC said Saturday.

His eclectic, from-the-hip style has helped the SpaceX and Tesla chief cultivate a loyal following and generate buzz around his ventures. It has also landed him in some hot water, and will make for an interesting comic cocktail on live—albeit mostly scripted—broadcast TV.

In a teaser for his appearance, Mr. Musk called himself a wild card before promising to be “good-ish” with his mom slated to be attending the show for Mother’s Day.


Elon Musk, ‘SNL,’ Dogecoin, and Mother’s Day: The Making of a Comic Cocktail

Elon Musk has long cracked wise on Twitter. ‘Please put “invented car fart” on my gravestone. This is my only request,’ reads one tweet, referring to a fart-on-command feature on some Tesla vehicles.

Elon Musk’s newest SpaceX rocket stuck its landing Wednesday. Whether the unorthodox billionaire has as much success landing jokes on one of comedy’s biggest stages will get its own test Saturday night.

His stint on “Saturday Night Live” will be his first time hosting a nationally televised comedy sketch show, but it is far from his first time playing the comedian in public. More than most business leaders, the billionaire has a history of cracking wise—and not so wise—on Twitter , in cameos in popular films and TV shows and in publicity events for his various companies. His quips and stunts can range from the extravagant (he once launched a Tesla Inc. sports car into space on one of SpaceX’s rockets) to the nerdy (artificial-intelligence jokes!) to the puerile (he likes fart gags).

Mr. Musk has flashed his comedic side while turning Tesla Inc. into one of the largest U.S. companies by market value and building a space business that is carrying astronauts to and from the International Space Station. He has won a global following and, for the first time, the show will be livestreamed internationally in over 100 countries via YouTube, NBC said Saturday.

His eclectic, from-the-hip style has helped the SpaceX and Tesla chief cultivate a loyal following and generate buzz around his ventures. It has also landed him in some hot water, and will make for an interesting comic cocktail on live—albeit mostly scripted—broadcast TV.

In a teaser for his appearance, Mr. Musk called himself a wild card before promising to be “good-ish” with his mom slated to be attending the show for Mother’s Day.


Elon Musk, ‘SNL,’ Dogecoin, and Mother’s Day: The Making of a Comic Cocktail

Elon Musk has long cracked wise on Twitter. ‘Please put “invented car fart” on my gravestone. This is my only request,’ reads one tweet, referring to a fart-on-command feature on some Tesla vehicles.

Elon Musk’s newest SpaceX rocket stuck its landing Wednesday. Whether the unorthodox billionaire has as much success landing jokes on one of comedy’s biggest stages will get its own test Saturday night.

His stint on “Saturday Night Live” will be his first time hosting a nationally televised comedy sketch show, but it is far from his first time playing the comedian in public. More than most business leaders, the billionaire has a history of cracking wise—and not so wise—on Twitter , in cameos in popular films and TV shows and in publicity events for his various companies. His quips and stunts can range from the extravagant (he once launched a Tesla Inc. sports car into space on one of SpaceX’s rockets) to the nerdy (artificial-intelligence jokes!) to the puerile (he likes fart gags).

Mr. Musk has flashed his comedic side while turning Tesla Inc. into one of the largest U.S. companies by market value and building a space business that is carrying astronauts to and from the International Space Station. He has won a global following and, for the first time, the show will be livestreamed internationally in over 100 countries via YouTube, NBC said Saturday.

His eclectic, from-the-hip style has helped the SpaceX and Tesla chief cultivate a loyal following and generate buzz around his ventures. It has also landed him in some hot water, and will make for an interesting comic cocktail on live—albeit mostly scripted—broadcast TV.

In a teaser for his appearance, Mr. Musk called himself a wild card before promising to be “good-ish” with his mom slated to be attending the show for Mother’s Day.


Elon Musk, ‘SNL,’ Dogecoin, and Mother’s Day: The Making of a Comic Cocktail

Elon Musk has long cracked wise on Twitter. ‘Please put “invented car fart” on my gravestone. This is my only request,’ reads one tweet, referring to a fart-on-command feature on some Tesla vehicles.

Elon Musk’s newest SpaceX rocket stuck its landing Wednesday. Whether the unorthodox billionaire has as much success landing jokes on one of comedy’s biggest stages will get its own test Saturday night.

His stint on “Saturday Night Live” will be his first time hosting a nationally televised comedy sketch show, but it is far from his first time playing the comedian in public. More than most business leaders, the billionaire has a history of cracking wise—and not so wise—on Twitter , in cameos in popular films and TV shows and in publicity events for his various companies. His quips and stunts can range from the extravagant (he once launched a Tesla Inc. sports car into space on one of SpaceX’s rockets) to the nerdy (artificial-intelligence jokes!) to the puerile (he likes fart gags).

Mr. Musk has flashed his comedic side while turning Tesla Inc. into one of the largest U.S. companies by market value and building a space business that is carrying astronauts to and from the International Space Station. He has won a global following and, for the first time, the show will be livestreamed internationally in over 100 countries via YouTube, NBC said Saturday.

His eclectic, from-the-hip style has helped the SpaceX and Tesla chief cultivate a loyal following and generate buzz around his ventures. It has also landed him in some hot water, and will make for an interesting comic cocktail on live—albeit mostly scripted—broadcast TV.

In a teaser for his appearance, Mr. Musk called himself a wild card before promising to be “good-ish” with his mom slated to be attending the show for Mother’s Day.


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