Samuel L. Jackson now knows if F-word caused ‘SNL’ ban

Samuel L. Jackson will not be banned from “Saturday Evening Dwell” in spite of everything.

The newly topped Oscar-winner talked a few latest run-in with “SNL” ringleader Lorne Michaels on Leisure Weekly’s “The Awardist” podcast.

Jackson, 73, famously dropped an F-bomb throughout a “What’s up With That?” sketch on the dwell comedy present in December 2012.

He’s jokingly blamed solid member Kenan Thompson, 44, for the mishap on “The Ellen DeGeneres Present” in March, saying Thompson was supposed to chop him off earlier than he uttered the expletive.

Whereas in New York selling “The Final Days of Ptolemy Gray,” Jackson stated he occurred to get into an elevator as Michaels, 77, was getting off.

“Are you ever gonna let me again on the present?” Jackson recalled asking, saying he pulled his masks down in order that Michaels would acknowledge him.

“You’re not banned,” Michaels answered, in response to Jackson.

He claimed the 2 went forwards and backwards.

“Sure, I’m!” … “No, you’re not!”

 “So possibly I’m not [banned]. I don’t know,” Jackson stated on the EW podcast.

Leisure Weekly stated it recently confirmed that there isn’t any official ban retaining Jackson from returning to the present.

“Russian Doll” star Natasha Lyonne, 43, will host the ultimate Season 47 episode of “SNL” — together with musical visitor Japanese Breakfast — on Saturday at 11:29 p.m. ET.

“Kenan [Thompson] obtained me banned from ‘Saturday Evening Dwell,’” Jackson instructed Leslie Jones on “The Ellen DeGeneres Present” in March. “He didn’t lower me off quickly sufficient and I stated the forbidden phrase on tv.”
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