The Saturday Night Live cast member most likely to befriend (i.e., kiss up to) the celebrity guest host?
Jon Lovitz, according to Nora Dunn, Victoria Jackson and Jan Hooks, the show's three female regulars.
"I think (Lovitz) stitches himself to the host," Dunn said in a Joan Rivers Show interview to be broadcast Monday.
"He gets invited to Aspen and all those wonderful, glamorous places," Hooks said.
"All of a sudden he's best friends with John Kennedy Jr. and Daryl Hannah, and I don't know how he does it."
The women complained that the show has a male perspective and that many of the skits feature men more than women.
The staff has 20 men and six women, Dunn said. "So it's like being in a big family and the boys get more to eat and they're kind of hungry all the time."
Et cetera .
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