Detailed as “a red-faced man of about 45,” Bob Sheeder is pretty much just a fleshed-out version of Ferrell’s “Get Off the Shed! He even makes an entrance while yelling at his kids in a “Get Off the Shed!” manner: As prescient as it was for Myers to hire Will Ferrell for a meaty supporting role three years ahead of him becoming a big movie star, he had another future comedy heavyweight in the supporting cast: Jack Black.Justin Timberlake hosted and performed as the musical guest on the premiere episode of The Barry Gibb Talk Show.Barry's guests included Al Franken (played by Jeff Richards), Arianna Huffington (Rachel Dratch) and the then-Lieutenant Governor of California, Cruz Bustamante (Horatio Sanz).The sprockets are quality patterns made by leading manufacturers like JT or Renthal.Please note that we do not supply machined steel sprockets - for these we suggest that you contact John Hemming Engineering on 01547 530759.We stock various chain tools for cutting and rivetting chains.
Other supporting characters included one-dimensional Mike Myers movie sexy lady love interest Gena (it’s not known who was to play her) and David Hasselhoff, who had signed on for a self-parodying extended cameo that was a little ahead of its time and not as unfunny and hackneyed as seeing David Hasselhoff play himself in a movie now would be.
German talk show host Dieter (Mike Myers) and Helmut (Will Ferrell), his lover, present the Insane Academy Awards to a list of actors and films they've just made up.
The Barry Gibb Talk Show is a recurring sketch on Saturday Night Live about a talk show starring Bee Gees lead singer Barry Gibb (played by Jimmy Fallon) and his brother, Robin Gibb (Justin Timberlake).
The sketch uses the music of the Bee Gees' 1975 hit "Nights on Broadway" (with parody lyrics) as its theme.
Six episodes of The Barry Gibb Talk Show aired; the first since Robin's death aired on December 21, 2013 and featured cameos from the real Barry Gibb and Madonna.