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Mark Mc Gwire (Will Sasso) and Sammy Sosa (Phil La Marr) dance with each other (recurring sketch throughout episode).
Mary Scheer, Chris Hogan, and Lisa Kushell left the show.
Andrew Bowen and Mo Collins joined as repertory players, with Michael Mc Donald as a featured player.
When you can find funny content simply by hitting the front page of You Tube, it's a risky proposition to revive a sketch comedy TV show.
But the CW is doing just that, and bringing back the long-running show reports that the show will return for eight hour-long episodes on the CW, and it will feature new actors as well as unspecified former cast members.
CNN frequently interrupts a TV show with an important news bulletin by Bernard Shaw (Phil La Marr).