vudukungfu: That's easy.Chase and Prior with the job interview.
FloydA: Schweddy Balls
nathanjr: The Bush/Gore debates were also some of my favorites./Lock Box
Tony_Pepperoni: No love for Ed Grimley? :-(
Burn_The_Plows: Jackie Rodgers Jr's $100,000 Jackpot Wad
ClavellBCMI: What, no love for Velvet Jones?
FloydA: Schweddy Balls, Lazy Sunday, Natalie's Rap, Lord Douchebag, all of the Point/Counterpoint and Celebrity Jeopardy ones, they've really done some great stuff over the years.Special mention for "Don't Look Back In Anger," which still gets me choked up.
Tom_Slick: ClavellBCMI: What, no love for Velvet Jones?No but The Ladies Man sketch with Florence Henderson was a riot.
Buttle not Tuttle: "Prison Follies" with Peter Cook
pheed: [3.bp.blogspot.com image 275x183]
Adebisi: Murder is now legal in the state of California.
ImperialHazman: Black History Minute with Shabazz J. Morton.
taxandspend: [ib4.huluim.com image 600x400]Too easy, I know. But still a damn good classic.
Benjamin Stone: taxandspend: [ib4.huluim.com image 600x400]Too easy, I know. But still a damn good classic.Ah, Pete Schwety! Yeah, that might be the one. I could see the main punchline from a mile away but I still lost it when it dropped.
Big Merl: Bill Brasky
Saiga410: Any of the lowered expectations commercials
Wasn't Looking at his Neck: [snltranscripts.jt.org image 150x113]/SAINT PATRICK OF BUCHANANOMICS!!!
rotsky: [s2.dmcdn.net image 526x297]"All right, Peter, listen. Everything is going to be fine. You're
zappaisfrank: Massive Head Wound Harry
jpo2269: List sucks well without a list...Really folks, where is the nub for Buckwheat? "I nub new, I nub new..." "Ladies and Gentlemen, Buckwheat has been shot.."[wac.450f.edgecastcdn.net image 300x184]
buntz: Paul McCartney
soporific: The Joe Pesci Show when Pesci and Deniro showed up
hervatski: FloydA: Special mention for "Don't Look Back In Anger," which still gets me choked up.Which one is that?
Flappyhead: Stuart Smalley. Can't believe I forgot that one./movie sucked
Huggermugger: I have a weird affection for SNL movies. I'll watch any of them, and I find something to love in every one of them.
swahnhennessy: "I'll be in my room, masturbating."
Claude the Dog: Who's More Grizzled?
buntz: My favorite is a sketch with Alec Baldwin called "The Mimic" that has disappeared.It's not online, it's not on The Best of Alec Baldwin DVDs.You can find that it DID exist, but zero video evidence.And I dare any and ALL of you to find it for me.(A rich woman's husband was kidnapped and Alec plays a man who can mimic any voice so she hires him to speak to the kidnappers, or something to that effect. But all of his voices sound the same. And terrible. And Paul McCartney plays the butler).
Wasn't Looking at his Neck: Returno de Hercules.
burber: Synchronized swimming with Christopher Guest and Martin Short.
jaytkay: Wasn't Looking at his Neck: Returno de Hercules.Is that "Ow, wait, my back"?
Wasn't Looking at his Neck: jaytkay: Wasn't Looking at his Neck: Returno de Hercules.Is that "Ow, wait, my back"?Yep.
jaytkay: buntz: Paul McCartneyOh, yeah[30.media.tumblr.com image 500x385]
IdBeCrazyIf: Celeb Jeopardy is definitely at the top but for the tippy tippy top sorry gonna have to go with this one[dvdmedia.ign.com image 460x345]
thisisyourbrainonFark: IdBeCrazyIf: Celeb Jeopardy is definitely at the top but for the tippy tippy top sorry gonna have to go with this one[dvdmedia.ign.com image 460x345]No need to apologize.
Mr Tarantula: Don't Tongue the Reaper!:Stevie Nicks' Burrito DreamsI can't believe you are the only person to mention this. That bit could have gone on for hours and I would still watch.You placed an order / I wrote it downThree enchiladas / the best in townThen I saw my reflection in a big pile of nachos'til the landslide brought it down
Eddie Adams from Torrance: basemetal: [julia_child.jpg]I remember watching that when it aired and laughing until it hurt./Save the liver!
IdBeCrazyIf: thisisyourbrainonFark: IdBeCrazyIf: Celeb Jeopardy is definitely at the top but for the tippy tippy top sorry gonna have to go with this one[dvdmedia.ign.com image 460x345]No need to apologize.What sold that one was they got the perfect tone of NPR. I could literally hear mixes of This American Life, Splendid Table, with a dash of various APM and what not mixed in there. They just nailed those awkward moments you get on NPR on a near weekly basis......that said I still listen to my public radio
jaytkay: zappaisfrank: Massive Head Wound HarryZOMG! Yes!
The Baron: lastly, Justin Timberlake kills every time. That kid is just stupid talented
brandent: jaytkay: zappaisfrank: Massive Head Wound HarryZOMG! Yes!I remember the time and place I saw it. I don't believe they ever showed it again uncensored.
basemetal: Eddie Adams from Torrance: basemetal: [julia_child.jpg]I remember watching that when it aired and laughing until it hurt./Save the liver!Me too./everyone off the lawn....
The Baron: 'Amazing time savers' with mile Myers and heather locklear.It's a spoof on infomercials, with a wickedly racist host unintentionally bashing all these races."Just look how user friendly it is. Even a Native American could work it"
Majick Thise: ButtWheet Sings!Little Richard SimmonsMore Cowbell!Anything SamuraiJane You ignorant slut!But my all time favorite skits wereRoseanne Rosannadanna
Richard Roma: [victoriajackson.com image 400x300]Lookit all these other skits, just swimmin' in my wake!
Bith Set Me Up: [blogue.us image 400x566]Still cracks me up. RIP Patrick Swayze and Chris Farley.
haemaker: Of ones not mentioned:Don't Taunt Happy Fun BallBag-O-Broken glass, Bag-O-Nails, Bag-O-AcidI know not everyone likes them, but the Dick in a Box trilogy (with Mother Lover and Threeway)the Blues BrothersKing TutAll Drug OlympicsStephon
Coco LaFemme: 70s: Chevy Chase/Richard Pryor job interview80s: Mr. Robinson's Hood90s: Wayne's World00s: Weekend Update10s: Any "-ville" sketch starring Justin Timberlake
Vegas_Wiseguy: Phil Hartman as Frank Sinatra when he interviews Billy Idol, Sinead O'Connor, and Luther Campbell. Friggin hilarious to this day.
baconbeard: Schmitt's Gay Beer
Boe: basemetal: Eddie Adams from Torrance: basemetal: [julia_child.jpg]I remember watching that when it aired and laughing until it hurt./Save the liver!Me too./everyone off the lawn....My parents used to get us kids out of bed to watch it whenever Mr. Bill was on/OH NOOOOOOOO!!!//remembers getting in trouble for saying "Jane, you ignorant slut!"
Shostie: Not really my favorite but I really enjoy the Swarovski Crystals skits.[grizzlybomb.com image 500x278]
zeppo: A Gumby Christmas, Dammit! with Piscopo as Sinatra, and Julia L-D and Kroeger as Donny and Marie, who end up making out while singing a love song. Classic.
one0nine: swahnhennessy: "I'll be in my room, masturbating."OMFG yes. There is an awful lot of great stuff covered in this thread, but this right here was probably the single most memorable moment of SNL I can recall... Joe Montana dropping that line literally left me doubled over in pain from laughing so hard because it was so completely out of left field.And I know not everyone likes it but "Sprockets" is a personal favorite.
jaytkay: [www.morethings.com image 711x480]
DrBear: And no love at all for Buck Henry's Uncle Roy? Where have all the Fark perverts gone?
doctor wu: I'm gonna make some enemies here, but Cheeseburger! Cheeseburger! wasn't funny.
The Baron: Christine Baranski's monologueto 'splain - I generally find her super annoying and harpy, but maybe she just plays that character too well (and too often). Anyhow, she was hosting SNL I only remember the monologue. She was doing a straight monologue about her Polish heritage. As she spoke, they panned around the studio to show all these Pollock jokes being executed. Like, a guy on a ladder holding a light bulb and five guys below holding up the ladder and walking in circles. It was terribly funny, especially since everyone played it straight.This was the height of pollack jokes, in the 80s. For some reason, we changed the punchline to blonde, but the content was the same. I would love to find that clip. going to poke around youtube and google videos to see if I can find it.Like much of the humor they pushed, I can't imagine you could do that skit today. Plus, no one would get it. I haven't heard a 'pollock' joke for 20 years.I have seen every show ever. Never miss it. I am also absolutely not one of those people who complains 'it was funnier 20 years ago'. Every cast brings something big to the table. Well, most. There were some horrible cast members over the years, but that is a separate discussion.lastly, Justin Timberlake kills every time. That kid is just stupid talented
FloydA: hervatski: FloydA:Special mention for "Don't Look Back In Anger," which still gets me choked up.Which one is that?It's from the 1977 season. It's a black and white film in which Belushi plays himself, years in the future, as an old man, visiting the graves of, and reminiscing about all of the early cast members because he is the last original member who is still alive.It's really the saddest thing that SNL has ever aired, although of course we didn't know that at the time.
maelstrom0370: Ugh! Haven't watched in years but the one I *still* quote:Danny DeVito and Mike Meyers in a tub. Myers was playing some English child. They were talking about Christmas and I remember DeVito's line "My daddy says sometimes even Santa gotta get whacked"
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