After appearing as an audience member on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Chris Kattan continued his late night cameo tour last week by showing up during Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show monologue on Friday as Democratic "youth specialist" Craig Newton, "just a straight-up chill 23-year-old dude" who thinks the 20-somethings of today are really into Sour Patch Kids.
Yesterday, SF Weekly received a book in a manila envelope with an anonymous note that read, "I found this at City Lights." The book was entitled Peepers, a canticle and was supposedly written by C.L. Kattan, as in Chris Kattan. Commenters to the article said they also saw copies in San Francisco's Green Apple bookstore and Los Angeles's Time Travel Mart.
The book contains a script for an unproduced Mr. Peepers movie, which can also be found online here. The preface explains that the script was finished on September 10th, 2001 but never came to be as the nation was not ready for its heavy satirical content. [...]
Saturday Night Live has been home to over a hundred cast members throughout the past 35 years. In our new column Saturday Night’s Children, we present the history, talent, and best sketches of one SNL cast member each week for your viewing, learning, and laughing pleasure.
Whether showering guests in barrages of chewed-up apple pieces as the dry-humping man-monkey Mr. Peepers, auditioning for pop star dance crews as Kyle Demarco, or spurning the gay advances of many celebrities and admirers as the divine showgirl Mango, Chris Kattan was one of the most comedically brave and generous SNL cast members during his run from 1996-2003, always unafraid to take on [...]