Luke Null looks back at his one season on SNL: "Even if I do great, I’m the lowest man on the totem pole"
"I was only ever there one year," says Null, who was fired in August after one season on Saturday Night Live. "I had one season, and you definitely have a lot of questions looking back: Did I do something wrong? Was I not writing good enough stuff? Honestly, looking back — knowing how the show works, the mechanisms and the politics, and its energy — it’s a very tense and stressful place. No one there is 'having fun.' Air quotes." ALSO: One-season SNL-er and Master of None star Noël Wells is releasing her debut album.
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