jaytkay: [www.morethings.com image 711x480]
nathanjr: The Bush/Gore debates were also some of my favorites./Lock Box
doctor wu: I'm gonna make some enemies here, but Cheeseburger! Cheeseburger! wasn't funny.
Bith Set Me Up: [blogue.us image 400x566]Still cracks me up. RIP Patrick Swayze and Chris Farley.
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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