Saturday Night

Saturday Night Live is coming off its most-watched season in decades. The show cleaned up at this year’s Emmy Awards, winning nine trophies, including Best Variety Sketch Series. And it’s rarely—if ever—been worse.

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kicks off its stretch of final shows of 2017 tomorrow night when Saoirse Ronan makes her hosting debut with musical guest U2, and the show released a round of promos this week to get you excited. In the above clip, Ronan and U2 are joined by cast member Kenan Thompson so that the promo includes an interesting accent, and in the below clip, Ronan and Cecily Strong enjoy the crowds of people who are definitely there to see Ronan and definitely not there to check out the Rockefeller Christmas tree lighting. After Ronan’s episode, SNL will close out the year with two returning hosts when James Franco hosts on the 9th followed by Kevin Hart on the 16th.

Saturday Night Live released its new promo video late Thursday night for the forthcoming episode to be hosted by Saoirse Ronan this weekend. Her show, featuring musical guest U2, kicks off a stacked talent list for SNL in December.

Both of the short clips included jokes about both Ronan and U2 being Irish. In the first, SNL cast member Kenan Thompson gives his best shot at mimicking their accents while trying to find out who has him for secret Santa.

“Can you guys understand me? I’m saying secret,” says Thompson, eventually giving up at the effort.

In the second promo, he addresses the topic more head-on, asking, “Isn’t it insane that in this situation I’m the one with the accent?”

Ronan will be hosting the show as part of the promotion for her film, Lady Bird, which recently set a Rotten Tomatoes record as the best-reviewed film of all-time. U2 will be promoting Songs of Experience, the band’s most recent album in its illustrious career.

Granted, each episode of the legendary series, now in its 43rd season on NBC, contains one or two gems. Recent high points include Chance the Rapper’s “Come Back, Barack” music video and an ad for the DNC that highlighted the Democratic Party’s biggest problems. (Both of those bits were pre-taped, not coincidentally.) “Weekend Update” has also been remarkably consistent this fall, especially Michael Che’s no-holds-barred rants against President Trump.

But when it comes to the show’s bread and butter—the live cold open sketch—this season has been severely lacking. And it has a lot to do with what has become a tired portrayal of Trump by Emmy-winner Alec Baldwin.

Baldwin didn’t think he’d be playing Trump past Election Day 2016, but there he was in the first cold open of the season two months ago, arguing on the phone with San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz about FEMA relief for Puerto Rico. “Ma’am, I don’t know if you know this, but you’re on an island in the water, the ocean water,” Baldwin’s Trump told her. “Big ocean, with fishies and bubbles and turtles that bite. We want to help you, but we have to take care of America first.”

Holloway vs Aldo

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Main card start time at 10 p.m. ET.

UFC 218

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to the hurt business this Saturday night (Dec. 2, 2017) with UFC 218: “Holloway vs. Aldo 2,” which pops off from inside Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan.

UFC 218 will be headlined by the featherweight championship rematch between reigning division kingpin Max Holloway and former 145-pound titleholder Jose Aldo, while heavyweight bruisers Alistair Overeem and Francis Ngannou battle for contendership in the three-round pay-per-view (PPV) co-main event.

Many of our readers check-in before, during and after the televised fisticuffs to share their thoughts on all the exciting action. Therefore, feel free to leave a comment (or 218) before you split and chat with all the other Maniacs during the show — it always turns out to be a great discussion.

Keep in mind that we will also be the spot for the latest news, recaps and post-fight analysis after “Holloway vs. Aldo 2”

Without further delay, see below for the latest UFC 218 results. (Note: This will go from the bottom up; therefore, scroll toward the bottom for the latest detailed round-by-round action.)

In the early hours of Sunday morning, UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway will look to make his first defence of 145lbs title.

The fighter tasked with the job of ending the Hawaiian’s brief reign at the summit of the featherweight division is the man he took the title from six months ago in the main event of UFC 212, Jose Aldo.

Twenty-five-year-old Holloway was due to defend his featherweight crown against former lightweight champion Frankie Edgar, but a facial injury to ‘The Answer’ put paid to those plans.

The co-main event of the evening features a heavyweight slugfest between veteran heavyweight Alistair Overeem and Francis Ngannou, a bout which will more than likely determine the No.1 contender for Stipe Miocic’s heavyweight title.

UFC 218

UFC 218 live Stream,Check out Bloody Elbow’s extensive fight night and post-fight coverage of UFC 218, which takes place at the Little Caesar’s Arena in Detroit, Michigan on Saturday, December 2nd. The night’s main card airs exclusively on pay-per-view and features a championship main event between featherweight king Max Holloway and the man he took the crown from back in June, the legendary Jose Aldo. Heavyweight contender Francis Ngannou takes on Alistair Overeem in the co-main event, while lightweights Justin Gaethje and Eddie Alvarez square off in a can’t-miss feature bout.

UFC 218 Live

Date: Saturday, Dec. 2
Start time: 10 p.m. ET
Location: Little Caesar’s Arena — Detroit, Michigan
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UFC 218

UFC 218 is Saturday night at the new Little Caesar’s Arena, and a feathweight title fight headlines the event as Max Holloway defends his championship against Jose Aldo. Aldo comes in at 26-3 against Holloway’s 18-3 record. It promises to be a brawl for the belt. Other main card fights include Alistair Overeem vs. Francis Ngannou, Henry Cejudo vs. Sergio Pettis, Eddie Alvarez vs. Justin Gaethje and finally, Tecia Torres vs. Michelle Waterson.

For Holloway and Aldo, it’s a grudge match. Holloway won the first fight by TKO at UFC 212, and he’ll look to duplicate that result. Aldo, of course, has other plans, as he has said he plans on taking the belt and retiring a champion.

MMAjunkie was on scene and reporting live from today’s early and official UFC 218 fighter weigh-ins.

The early weigh-ins took place at the UFC host hotel in Detroit and precede the ceremonial weigh-ins for the fans, which take place at 6 p.m. ET at the new Little Caesars Arena in downtown Detroit. The same venue hosts Saturday’s event, which has a main card on pay-per-view following prelims on FS1 and UFC Fight Pass.

All 26 fighters on the card, including featherweight champion Max Holloway (18-3 MMA, 14-3 UFC) and former titleholder Jose Aldo (26-3 MMA, 8-2 UFC), who meet in a rematch in the main event, made weight.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is gearing up for its UFC 218 mixed martial arts (MMA) event on pay-per-view (PPV), locked and loaded for this Saturday night (Dec. 2, 2017) inside Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan.

Prior to this weekend’s “Motor City” attraction, which also features “Prelims” bouts on FOX Sports 1 and UFC Fight Pass, the promotion sent all 26 fighters to the scale for the official “Holloway vs. Aldo 2” weigh ins.

Main card

Max Holloway vs. Jose Aldo (featherweight title fight)

Alistair Overeem vs. Francis Ngannou (heavyweight bout)

Henry Cejudo vs. Sergio Pettis (flyweight bout)

Eddie Alvarez vs. Justin Gaethje (lightweight bout)

Tecia Torres vs. Michelle Waterston (women’s strawweight)

Women’s Rugby League World Cup Final 2017

The Women’s Rugby League World Cup will conclude with a traditional grudge match between the Australian Jillaroos and New Zealand. This is The Roar’s guide to the World Cup grand final and how to watch it live.

Women’s Rugby League World Cup Final 2017 Live

When: Saturday, December 2
Where: Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Kickoff: 4:45pm (AEDT), 3:45pm local

Women's Rugby League World Cup Final 2017

The Women’s Rugby League World Cup will conclude with a traditional grudge match between the Australian Jillaroos and New Zealand. This is The Roar’s guide to the World Cup grand final and how to watch it live.

The game will be played at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, with kickoff at 4:45pm (AEDT) on Saturday, December 2 – or 3:45pm AEST as the local time.

These two teams have been by far the best of the competition and their respective performances in the semi-finals showed this. New Zealand beat England 52-4, and the Jillaroos thrashed Canada 58-6.

It’s a fitting conclusion to the competition, with the two most dominant teams facing off, and the winner to be awarded the World Cup.

The Jillaroos have looked unstoppable in the pool stage and finals, they have scored an incredible 242 points and conceded just ten.

The New Zealanders have played out their campaign in similar fashion, scoring 216 points and letting through just two tries for a total of eight points.

FOR the past 12 months the Australian Jillaroos and New Zealand Kiwi Ferns have been working towards this moment.World Cup glory is what has driven these women all year and today a winner will finally be decided.The Australian and New Zealand showdown is what everyone expected for the women’s final, with the two sides conceding just 18 points collectively across the entire tournament.It is one of the fiercest rivalries in the women’s game, after the Jillaroos claimed the 2013 World Cup following years of Kiwi domination.

The Aussies are looking to retain the trophy while the Ferns are on the hunt for revenge.If there was one game of the women’s World Cup you couldn’t miss, this is it. Enjoy.Kick-off in the women’s rugby league World Cup final is 4.45pm AEDT (3.45pm Qld time) on Saturday.Beating the Australian Jillaroos will be a tough assignment but the Kiwi Ferns are used to overcoming adversity ahead of tomorrow’s Women’s Rugby League World Cup final in Brisbane.Each of the Kiwi Ferns 24-woman squad has had to make huge personal sacrifices in balancing their playing careers with work and family commitments during their build-up to the tournament over the last year.

The side has been well supported and provided for by tournament organisers and the New Zealand Rugby League, but like the struggling second-tier nations in the men’s World Cup, the players have had to get by on the minimum $30 daily allowance, with bonus payments for reaching and winning tomorrow’s clash at Suncorp Stadium their only significant financial reward.

“It’s the first team in a long time I’ve coached where they’re not being paid,” said coach Tony Benson.They were training three times a week and some of them are travelling pretty big distances to do that, sometimes with kids, or finding baby sitters and dropping them off and then racing off to training and picking them up afterwards.”Travelling from Tokoroa or Hamilton or even from the North Shore, you’re not really getting home until 9.30 or 10pm at the earliest three times a week.”They’re superb – they don’t ask for anything and appreciate everything they’ve got.”

It’s a different story to the comparatively cashed-up Jillaroos, who are contracted to and paid by their club sides, respective states and the Australian Rugby League, with the reigning champions also enjoying the luxury of high performance training programs and team camps.The Kiwi Ferns’ financial struggles are nothing new for retiring captain Laura Mariu, who will make her last test appearance tomorrow after playing in all five women’s tournaments since 2000.”It’s been tough over the years but I’m used to it,” said Mariu.

We have had to fundraise to go over to World Cups in the past and that’s become a part of the whole women’s rugby league lifestyle.”It’s been a year of tough training on top of working nine-to-five jobs. We’ve got our families to worry about and our kids to go to school.”There’s so many sacrifices we’ve had to make and the commitment to this campaign does take its toll, but at the end of the day we’re doing something that we love.

“It will be all over after Saturday so it will all be worth it.”Hard-hitting back-rower and player of the tournament Teuila Fotu-Moala has had to overcome her own hurdles and break through cultural and gender-based stereotypes and religious barriers to win her family’s support and approval.The 24-year-old explained her family initially frowned upon her playing league, before it became clear she was destined to reach the pinnacle of her sport.”I wasn’t allowed to play on Sundays and because I was a girl my family would stop me from playing, but I kept sneaking out of the house and just going anyway,” said Fotu-Moala.”It wasn’t feminine to be out of the house training at night and stuff.”They’d (say) ‘you’re supposed to be at church’. They wanted me to be real traditional but I just rebelled against everything and kept playing.”Later on, as I made the Kiwis I started being supported and (they) started pushing me to do the best I could.

“They saw me play and saw I was doing well and they just let it go because they got tired of saying no.”With the end of the campaign now in view, Benson says it’s been difficult breaking the news of team selections to players who have missed out on a spot in the game day 17.

“Getting to the business end and some of them are not making it and it’s devastating for them because they’ve worked so hard for nearly a year.”In the past it’s not really worried me too much but it’s quite emotional for everybody at this stage.”The commitments we’ve made, now it means so much to gets something back from it on Saturday night.”Kiwi Ferns skipper Laura Mariu plans to leave everything she’s got on the field in her last Women’s Rugby League World Cup final.

The match, on Saturday afternoon in Brisbane, promises to be a blockbuster against Australia’s Jillaroos.The Australians are hot favourites, but Mariu, playing her fifth final, is hopeful she can bring her 17-year career to a close by lifting the cup one more time.”To say it will be a special moment is an understatement,” she says.”Our team is ready to get out there and put it all on the field.We have so many people to thank for the masses of support we have received this year and in the lead up to this World Cup – we just hope to make them all proud.”Coach Tony Benson says selecting the team for the final was no easy task.

“Based on the performance of all 24 players in the squad during this World Cup, selecting this team has been the toughest decision so far,” he said.”I’m excited about the team we’ve put forward and I’m confident it fits the game we need to play against Australia.”A win for New Zealand would see them secure their fourth World Cup title since their win at the inaugural Women’s Rugby League World Cup in 2000.The women’s final will take place prior to the men’s match.

Athletic Bilbao vs Real Madrid

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Date: Saturday, Dec. 2

Time: 7:45 p.m. GMT, 2:45 p.m. ET

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Real Madrid finally made gains on La Liga leaders Barcelona last time out as they beat Malaga 3-2 while the Blaugrana drew with Valencia.

However, the gap between fourth-placed Real and the top spot is still eight points, and Zinedine Zidane’s side face a challenging trip to Athletic Bilbao in Week 14.

A victory is a must for the La Liga champions at the San Mames Stadium on Saturday, but it will be a tough ask, even with the hosts’ recent poor form.

Read on for a preview of the crucial clash, along with team news, scheduling information and viewing details.

Jose Angel Ziganda’s Athletic side have endured a tough start to the 2017-18 campaign in La Liga and lie 16th following a run of five games without a win.

Real, meanwhile, were enjoying an impressive run on the road in La Liga until their last two outings.

A 13-game winning sequence away from the Santiago Bernabeu in the Spanish top flight was ended in the 2-1 defeat to Girona on October 29, which Real followed up with a 0-0 draw against Atletico Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitano two weeks ago.

As such, both sides have form to turn around in Saturday’s clash.

Real hold the head-to-head edge having beaten Athletic home and away in La Liga in both 2015-16 and 2016-17.

Meanwhile, they will again be without Gareth Bale. After making his return in midweek, the Welshman won’t be risked at the weekend, per Marca.

Barcelona vs Celta Vigo

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Date: Saturday, Dec. 2

Time: Midday GMT, 7 a.m. ET

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Barcelona vs Celta Vigo

Barcelona will look to get back on track when they face Celta Vigo at the Camp Nou on Saturday after dropping their first La Liga points in five matches last time out with a 1-1 draw at Valencia.

The Blaugrana came out of the Mestalla clash with a rightful sense of injustice after Lionel Messi’s legitimate goal was ruled out.

But their recent form against Celta should give them huge confidence of returning to winning ways and maintaining their four-point lead at the top of La Liga.

Read on for a preview of Barca and Celta’s lunchtime clash, along with viewing and scheduling details.

Celta’s recent trips to the Camp Nou have not ended well for the visitors. They lost 5-0 to Barca there in 2016-17 and 6-1 the season before.

Ernesto Valverde’s side were unlucky to draw against Valencia, but they were away to a good side so a point was a decent result.

On Saturday Barcelona host a Celta team who sit ninth in La Liga after an inconsistent campaign so far.

Juan Carlos Unzue’s side edged a 1-0 victory at home over Leganes in the last gameweek, but they had lost three of their previous four La Liga matches prior to that.

Barca have still yet to lose a match in any competition so far this season and have won their last eight home games on the bounce.

Assuming Barcelona’s attacking unit is on form, the hosts will prevail on Saturday.

There continue to be concerns over Luis Suarez after his slow start to the new campaign, while Messi has also been uncharacteristically quiet in front of goal of late.

He last netted in La Liga over a month ago having started the 2017-18 season by scoring 12 times in 10 Spanish top-flight appearances.

The Argentinian superstar should have broken his drought against Valencia, though, and Celta will not be foolish enough to assume Messi is less of a threat than usual.

Wales vs South Africa

Wales vs South Africa Live Stream Online,The final Test of the autumn series which, controversially, falls outside World Ruby’s international window.

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The other change in the backline is at scrum-half, where Aled Davies replaces Rhys Webb.

There are three changes in the pack, with Scott Andrews and Kristian Dacey coming into the front row and Cory Hill replacing Jake Ball at lock.

South Africa also make five changes and give full debuts to wing Warrick Gelant and back row Dan du Preez.

Du Preez replaces unavailable Toulon back row Duane Vermeulen, while Steven Kitshoff comes in for injured prop Tendai Mtawarira.


New Zealand-born Hadleigh Parkes will make his Wales debut. The Scarlets centre only completes a three-year Wales residency qualification this week, but head coach Warren Gatland has handed him an immediate opportunity alongside Scott Williams in midfield.

Parkes is one of five changes from the team beaten by world champions New Zealand last weekend for Wales’ Under Armour Series finale.

Elsewhere, Scarlets scrum-half Aled Davies earns a surprise opportunity, with Rhys Webb, who suffered a head knock against world champions New Zealand last weekend and has been following return-to-play protocols, on the bench and Davies’ fellow Scarlets No 9 Gareth Davies not in the match-day 23.

A back injury sidelines hooker Ken Owens, so Cardiff Blues’ Kristian Dacey starts, while Dragons lock Cory Hill replaces dislocated shoulder victim Jake Ball and Bath’s on-loan Blues prop Scott Andrews also features.

Wales XV: L Halfpenny (Scarlets); H Amos (Dragons), S Williams (Scarlets), H Parkes (Scarlets), S Evans (Scarlets); D Biggar (Ospreys), A Davies (Scarlets); R Evans (Scarlets), K Dacey (Cardiff Blues), S Andrews (Cardiff Blues), C Hill (Dragons), A W Jones (Ospreys, capt), A Shingler (Scarlets), J Navidi (Cardiff Blues), T Faletau (Bath).

South Africa

Powerful prop Tendai Mtawarira has been ruled out of South Africa’s clash against Wales.

Mtawarira – nicknamed the ‘Beast’ – is sidelined due to a groin injury and will be replaced in the front row by Steven Kitshoff.

Springboks head coach Allister Coetzee has made four other changes from the side that beat Italy last weekend.

Wing Warrick Gelant makes his first Test start, taking over from Courtnall Skosan, with hooker Malcolm Marx returning from a shoulder injury, flanker Siya Kolisi being back in action and No 8 Dan du Preez also handed a full international debut.

Du Preez replaces Duane Vermeulen who, along with flanker Francois Louw and lock Franco Mostert, is back at his club because the match falls outside World Rugby’s autumn Test window.

South Africa XV: A Coetzee, D Leyds, J Kriel, F Venter, W Gelant, H Pollard, R Cronje; S Kitshoff, M Marx, W Louw, E Etzebeth (capt), L de Jager, S Kolisi, P du Toit, D du Preez.

Motherwell vs Celtic

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Motherwell enter the showdown brimming with confidence following a 2-0 victory against Aberdeen last weekend.

Celtic remain unbeaten after 64 domestic games and are lodged at the top of the Scottish Premiership table after 13 games.

Brendan Rodgers’ side will be looking to defend their treble and secure back to back clean sweeps for the first time in their history.

his time last year, Stephen Robinson’s brief managerial career was disintegrating before his eyes at Oldham. Now, such are the mercurial twists of football fortune, Robinson has spent this week attempting to devise a way for Motherwell to end Celtic’s record-breaking run of successive domestic matches unbeaten – currently standing at 64 – and win the Betfred Scottish League Cup on Sunday, a twin feat that would guarantee the 42-year-old from Lisburn an enduring place in Scotland’s football chronicles.

For Robinson, though, the prospect is one of sunlit uplands compared with the gloom he endured at Boundary Park.

Six months into a job that he had been advised not to take, life at Oldham reached its nadir when a fan posted an online threat to Robinson’s sons, Harry (now 17) and Charlie (now 13). The menace came in the form of a Tweet which read “#oafc tell Stephen Robinson I’m gunna murder his children.”

 Having accepted the Oldham job on a high after being assistant to Michael O’Neill as Northern Ireland defied expectations at Euro 2016, Robinson admits that the adrenaline rush overwhelmed his judgment. “I’d come back from the Euros and had a big part to play in it and, you know, you think you’re invincible,” he said.

“I was advised by certain people whom I’d worked with not to take it, but you do think, ‘It’s a chance in League One – go and manage’. To sign 23 players in a three-week period and play Millwall away in the first game of the season was a pretty impossible task.

South Florida vs UCF

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Tournament: Week 13 College 2017

Date: Friday, November 24, 2017


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Thanksgiving Day Parade 2017

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Thanksgiving Day Parade 2017 Live

What: The 91st annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade

Date: Nov. 23, 2017

Thanksgiving Day Parade 2017

The 91st annual parade kicks off at 9 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 23 at 77th Street and Central Park West. A cornucopia of marchers, floats and the signature giant balloons will march downtown along the 2.5-mile route to the storied Macy’s flagship store at 34th Street and Sixth Avenue.

Scores of New Yorkers will help carry more than 30 of those giant balloons depicting classic characters old and new. Four balloons are making their debut this year — Olaf the Snowman from “Frozen,” Jett from “Super Wings,” Chase from “PAW Patrol” and Dr. Seuss’ the Grinch.

The ballons aren’t the only stars of the show. The parade’s got a star-studded lineup of performances from Gwen Stefani, 98 Degrees, Common, Smokey Robinson, Andy Grammer and others. A troupe of celebrities — including Harry Connick Jr., Martha Stewart, Thalia, Jane Krakowski, Whoopi Goldberg, Steve Harvey, Gaten Matarazzo, Chrissy Metz, and John O’Hurley — will do a special song-and-dance routine to the tune “Dancing in the Street.”

Here’s how to check out the parade in person or from home if you’ve got to start early on Thanksgiving dinner. You can also check out some behind-the-scenes work the night before the parade, when the balloons are inflated on the Upper West Side.

This year, the 91st annual parade will be hosted by NBC’s Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie and Al Roker, and will be broadcast on NBC, starting at 9 a.m., and until Santa arrives, just before noon.

The event, which starts at 77th Street and Central Park West, is expected to draw 3.5 million spectators. The procession will march to Columbus Circle, turn onto Central Park South and march down Sixth Avenue/Avenue of the Americas. At 34th Street, the parade will make its final turn west and end at Seventh Avenue in front of Macy’s Herald Square.

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