When Bill Murray returned for one of his numerous hosting roles on Saturday Night Live, according to Rob Schneider, he was tough to deal with and “hated us,” according to the SiriusXM program Jim Norton & Sam Roberts. The 58-year-old actor and comedian interrupted Norton’s conversation about claims that an actor was tough on the set of Jaws to say that he had a similar experience with Murray, who was a cast member of SNL from 1976 to 1980 and served as a host five times.
Schneider stated on Thursday when promoting his newest comedy, Daddy Daughter Trip, “That’s the same thing with Bill Murray.” “I won’t reveal the name of the director, but he said, “Bill Murray is coming; he’s going to rewrite the dialogue.” You never know who you’re going to get, but he’s going to change things and it’s going to be amazing. Which Bill Murray you will receive?
a pleasant Bill Murray? Or will you receive the tough Bill Murray?” Schneider went on to say “He treats fans incredibly well. He didn’t treat us well. When he hosted Saturday Night Live, he wasn’t very nice to us because he disliked us. utterly despised us. I suggest seething.” Murray’s attorney has been contacted for comment.
Schneider joined Saturday Night Live in 1988 as a writer before quickly transitioning to a full-time cast member. From 1990 to 1994, he received praise for his performance on-screen, which also features his daughter Miranda Scarlett. Schneider also directed, starred in, and produced the film Daddy Daughter Trip.
In February 1993, Murray hosted the show for the fourth time, allegedly putting Schneider and his associates in his sights. Rob Schneider said, “He loathed Chris Farley with a passion.” “He was so furious when he looked at him. I’m not sure precisely why Chris believed it was cool to be that out of control, but I want to think that it has something to do with the fact that he thought it was cool to be Belushi, who was his friend who died.
That’s how I see it, but I’m not really sure. I don’t think so. I just have partial faith in it. He simply detested us all, very much.” Schneider did find solace in the fact that the Groundhog Day actor supposedly didn’t have the same grudge against him. Schneider said, “To me, the hate was the least.” “He is my hero, therefore I was very happy that he didn’t dislike me as much.
You could tell by the way he stared at him that he was enraged, you know? He detested [Adam] Sandler, in other words. genuinely despised Sandler. Murray. You know, he just wasn’t into that groove of it. And Sandler was completely dedicated to it, and you could see the audience loved him as soon as he entered the stage. Al Franken was likewise really irritated by this.”
Also on Thursday, Seth Green made an appearance on the Good Mythical Morning program. When asked to name the rudest celebrity he’s ever encountered, the 48-year-old actor recalled a distressing episode with Murray when he was nine years old. Green claims to have been present on the SNL set the night Murray served as host. However, things quickly went awry when Green insisted that he had sat on Murray’s chair’s arm.
Then, according to Seth Green, “he observed me sitting on the arm of this chair and made a huge deal over my being in his seat.” “I thought, “That is ludicrous.” I’m perched on this couch’s arm. There are many sofa lengths available. Please, F off. He then declared, “That’s my chair.” My mother then remarks, “You know, since he’s the Bill Murray you might want to give him his seat.”
I then ask, “Are you really this rude?” You’re this impolite to tell a nine-year-old to leave your, what is this power play?” Green continued by claiming that the situation became progressively more unpleasant, causing an audible gasp. “The trash goes in the trash can, he said as he pulled me up by my ankles and dangled over a trash can. While yelling, I swung my arms erratically and made a full impact with his balls.
He threw me into the garbage can, which causes it to topple over. I was appalled. I fled, crouched beneath the dressing room table, and sobbed all alone.” Green continued by claiming that Tim Kazurinsky and Eddie Murphy visited him in his dressing room and gave him a motivational speech.
“They enter my room and say, “Hey, everyone knows Bill’s, you know?” The show’s host is him. He undoubtedly feels a lot of anxiety about it. Right, you’re a pro. The program must continue. You’re an expert. You’re experienced, right?” Reddish said. “And I said, “I’m a pro.” I’m an expert.”