By now, you may have seen how many of your favorite TV shows are made. The stage is set up on a giant rotating plate so they can move scenes around towards the audience, and so they don't have to make, break, and remake each area the scenes are shot in. That's not the case with SNL.

As you see in the video, everything at Saturday Night Live takes place on that tiny stage they do the monologues on. That's why the introductions and opening credits are so long... to give the stage-hands enough time to swap everything out.

It's pretty ridiculous if you think about it. Everything happens on that one tiny stage.

Now if they could just go back to being funny again...

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