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Mark McKinney on His Days at SNL
January 12, 2012
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Kids in the Hall cast member Mark McKinney pulls back the curtain on his days on Saturday Night Live, and pulls off his pants in front on a live studio audience.

In this clip, Mark talks about...

His Kids in the Hall castmates:
GS: If all the Kids in the Hall cast members were lost at sea and starving to death, which one would you eat first?
MM: Ohh... OKay, it wouldn't be, okay it's true... uh, Bruce, Scott and I would be the most savage, so we would survive. So it's either be Dave or Kevin.

Nudity:
MM: Well, revealing my "x-shaped" penis was something I needed to do for me.. I'm sorry, I'm so moved, those were my abs, I haven't seen them in 10 years!

His time at SNL:
MM: SNL made me nervous. I've always liked sort of film, or theatre, oddly enough, like, Kids in the Hall used to Tape live, SNL tapes live, I was never quite fully relaxed for that. But, theatre, where you really have no safety net, I kind of like that.
GS: You know it Jay Mohr's book he talks about being on SNL and how he used to keep pills -
MM: - big farter, Jay Mohr.
GS: Is her really?
MM: We used to share a dressing room... terrible ones. Like, 'I'm a tough guy, take that!'; 'If you like me you'll like this!', that kind of thing.
GS; But he talked about dealing with panic attacks, and he would keep a colozapine, or pill, and later he found out that a lot of performers did. Did you have a trick?
MM: What? Goddamn, I wish I'd known that! Who had the pills?!?! Thats what I'm going to be finding out. No one offered me pills!

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