Did you miss this week's New Yorker panel with Saturday Night Live boss Lorne Michaels and head writer Seth Meyers? Well, you can sit back and listen to pretty much the whole thing, as the New Yorker uploaded audio from the event. Among the interesting tidbits, Michaels discusses how much the mechanics of the show influence the content of the show, says he's not ready to retire anytime soon, answers questions about the two NBC shows based on SNL (30 Rock and Studio 60), and even gives a shout-out to Jenny Slate's doorbell saleslady. Ding dong!
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