Cold Open: A message from Kevin Federline
K-Fed is kinda rockin` it right now. His new album, Playing with Fire, debuts in October 2006, he`s been doing some experimental dancing in his living room, and he`s suing FedEx for stealing his name - an easy paycheck. Most importantly, he just got custody of his two kids, proving that he`s slightly more responsible than Britney Spears.
Tonight, Kevin offers a message for all the parents out there: learn from him. Parenthood ain`t that hard, just follow K-Fed`s three simple lessons. Always feed your kids; Kids are babe magnets, and if you`re going to Vegas for a month and need a babysitter, call him. He`s good at singing lullabies, calling poison control, bartending, waiting for poison control, balloon animals, and convincing poison control that he`s really calling back two hours later about a separate incident.
In summary, Kevin claim he`s like the new Bill Cosby. He`s really funny, good with kids, and he`s black. Oh, and live from New York, it`s Saturday Night!
That was Andy Samberg's first and only cold open (as of 3/20/08), where he got to say, "Live from New York, it's Saturday Night!"
The reason is that these cold opens are reserved for top news, politics, and guest appearances. So Andy would need to do something like this, an impression of someone in a top news story, in order to do a cold open (especially since Andy doesn't do any political impressions).