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Why does Eddie say you serious Clark?

Why does Eddie say you serious Clark?

8 out of 10, Eddie? This is Clark's response to someone who says Santa doesn't exist. The humor comes from the fact that Clark was not speaking to Eddie - he was actually addressing his children, who still believe in St Nicholas.

Zillow is one of the most popular core listing websites, but and Redfin offer some similar features in terms of home valuation.

The merger of Zillow and Trulia in 2015 created a dominant online real estate company with a business model similar to that of Zillow. The acquisition was worth $3.5 billion, making it the largest transaction ever completed between two American startups.

Who is behind Opendoor?

The company was founded in March of 2014, by serial entrepreneurs Keith Rabois, Eric Wu and JD Ross. Movity previously belonged to Trulia's founder Keith Rabois and Atomic General Partner JD Ross. The startup raised a $9.95 million venture capital round from Khosla Ventures in May of that same year.

There is no connection between Chevy Chase, Maryland and the Chevrolet company. The city was named after a landowner in 1890 who purchased the property as part of an investment scheme. The name Chevy Chase has been speculated to originate from an English ballad dating back to 1600s that warns people about possible danger.

Ellen calls Clark "Sparky" in all four Vacation movies. This nickname was suggested by Beverly D'Angelo and still remains a commonly used term between the two of them. Chevy Chase commented on this during the DVD commentary for this movie, stating that it originated from her as an affectionate way to refer to him.

What does Chevy's logo mean?

"The nameplate was born out of Durant's imagination when he saw a design on wallpaper while traveling in 1908. He thought the pattern looked like it would make an excellent car logo, so he took a piece of it home with him."

"White Loyalty Test" is a Saturday Night Live sketch first aired on November 12, 1980. The sketch, however, did not involve the jokes being associated with the names, instead it was the way certain words were associated with the name given.

Drew Barrymore is the youngest SNL host in history, and she first appeared on the show to promote the film Extra-Terrestrial. She is a well-known actress with an impressive resume. At only 7 years old, Drew has already achieved success in her career.

Who is the oldest person to ever host Saturday Night Live?

Betty White holds the record for being the oldest person to host SNL. She was 88 when she took the stage in 2010, and fans have called on Tina Fey's assistant, Amy Poehler, to take over as host. This is because Betty never has had an opportunity to act in her career - hosting SNL would be a great way to change that.

Andy Kauffman is the only person to have ever been banned from Saturday Night Live by viewers at home. In a career spanning over three decades, he has achieved one title that no other performer can claim - being removed from the show by his own fans.

SNL relies on cue cards to change dialogue between rehearsals and live shows- while many cast members are presumably skilled improvisers, they must deliver what is written on the card.

Do SNL cast members get paid a lot?

First year cast members typically make $7,000 per episode. Seasons usually consist of about 21 episodes which equals out to a yearly salary of $147,000 for first-year actors/actresses. Additionally, if an actor or actress remains with the show for its second season they will receive a monetary bonus of $1,000.

Anthony Michael C. Hall, who joined the cast of SNL when he was just 17 years and 6 months old, has a long history of acting prior to his time with NBC's sketch comedy show. He first came into prominence in commercials at age 7 starring in numerous ads.

Drew Barrymore was just 7 years old when she hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time and appeared on-screen to promote her iconic film, E.T.. Her career has continued to thrive since then as an actress, entrepreneur, and beauty icon.

Who was the first black actor on Saturday Night Live?

Garrett Morris was a Black cast member on Saturday Night Live during its 1975-1980 run. Although he never achieved the level of success enjoyed by some of his SNL colleagues, Morris' time on the show launched him into a successful career that continues to this day.

Adam Sandler has made an incredible $420 million (£331.1m) from his work on films with Happy Madison, including David Spade and Chris Rock. In comparison, most of Sandler's former SNL castmates have achieved greater financial success than he has since leaving the show. Today, Sandler is considered one of the wealthiest SNL alumni by far.

GM's customers and employees chose the "Chevy" nickname because it was difficult to say and sounded like something belonging to a high-class salon owner. In addition, the word ' Chev' simply doesn't roll off the tongue as easily as Chevrolet.

Why is there a street named after Chevy Chase?

"Chevy Chase" may have originated from the French word "chevauchee," which was used to describe horseback raids into medieval Scotland and England.

The first thing I'll do is disprove the false assumption that this Maryland suburb was named after actor Cornelius "Chevy" Chase. Though most Americans are likely familiar with his work from National Lampoon, those of us in D.C. know that Chevy Chase, Maryland received its name before he did.

The Chevrolet Series C Classic Six is the first car produced by American car manufacturer Chevrolet. It was released shortly after Louis Chevrolet, one of Buick's most successful race drivers and brothers to General Motors founder William Durant, left the company.

What is a common French last name?

Among the top French surnames in the births between 1891 and 1990 are Martin, Bernard, Thomas, Petit, Robert, Richard, Durand Dubois Moreau.

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