One of SNL's new cast members, Jenny Slate, made her first night a memorable one when she accidentally dropped the f-bomb on the live show.
Slate was doing a sketch about a biker chick talk show. She and Kristin Wiig and Megan Fox said the words "frickin'" and "friggin'" and "freakin'" a lot, but Slate slipped up once and said the naughtier subsitute. It was right at the beginning of the sketch, and Slate kept it together, but did make an "uh-oh" face. It was Slate's only major appearance on the show.
Here's a clip of the scene but don't be surprised if it's taken down by NBC.
In the scene, Wiig throws an ashtray at Slate and Slate's character responds, "You frickin' just threw an ashtray full of butts at my head. You know what? You stood up for yourself, and I f---ing love you for that."
Slate and Nasim Pedrad replaced Michaela Watkins and Casey Wilson, who were dismissed by Lorne Michaels this summer.
SNL's season premiere was hosted by Megan Fox , who did a decent job on the spotty show. U2 was the featured musical guest.