Colin Jost, who’s one of the head writers, wrote that goodbye to Kristen on the Mick Jagger show. I think it turned out to be way more emotional than any of us thought it would. I think there was a sense of completion, which allowed new things to happen and not end on any kind of unresolved note.
Lorne Michaels on Kristen Wiig’s goodbye [x]
Posted on Friday, October 19, 2012 with 33 notes
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