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Saturday Night Live Episodes

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  1. dirtyfithynasty

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    With the Saturday Night Live Countdown on Comedy Central, i was just wondering what everyone's favorite SNL Episodes/skits were?
     
  2. Apollo Creed

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    I laughed so hard when Val Kilmer was on and they did the Iceman airliner sketch.
     
  3. peleincubus

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    Ive only seen it once, but i liked the Of Mice and Men skit
     
  4. ima_drummer2k

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    The hardest I've ever laughed at an SNL skit was when Patrick Swayze and Chris Farley (RIP) were auditioning to be Chip n Dale dancers. If you've seen it, you know what I'm talking about.

    Probably one of my all-time favorite episodes was when Jim Carrey hosted. I remember every single skit was funny, even the ones after 11:30. :D
     
  5. Fatty FatBastard

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    Damn, you beat me to it. My favorite was the original "Roxbury" with Jim Carrey. That was the funniest ever because I knew some guys who behaved EXACTLY like that. Hilarious.

    Just about every Steve Martin skit when he hosted in the 70's was great also.
     
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    Blue Oyster Cult - Behind the Music.

    Period. No ifs ands or buts. The percussion ensemble at the college I used to attend did an official conga de comparsa last year. Not one rehearsal would go by without someone mentioning the "I've got a fever and the only prescription is.....MORE COWBELL!"

    Other ones:

    James Brown's Celebrity Hot Tub
    Buckwheat Sings
    "Choppin' Broccoli"
     
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    I like the "Schweaty Weiner" episod with Alec Baldwin. In that skit, Ana Gesteyer almost slipped and said "Can I have a bite of your penis (instead of weiner)???". Instead, it came out "Can I have a bite of your peiner??" The other girl and Ana were having a hard time no busting out and laughing. The best thing was, Alex just sat there and stared ahead, not even flinching.

    Classic moment.

    I do concur that the Swayze/Farley dance-off was one of the all time best skits.
     
  8. Sonny

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    How about Farley's "In a Van down by the river!" skit?

    It was Farley, Spade, Hartman and Christina Applegate hosting.

    They could barely hold back their laughter during the skit.

    :D




    Man I miss the big guy....
     
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    I like the Scarlet Letter skit.
     
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    I liked the episode where there was a trial with all the older musicians, I think it was making fun of Napster or something. The old, fat Rico Suave was aboslutely classic.

    Also the first time I saw the Brian Fellows skit. Great skit.:)

    The ladie's man was always nice, too.
     
  12. Stone Cold Hakeem

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    Will Farrell. Harry Carey. End of story.
     
  13. Mr. Mooch

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    This show has sucked since a while ago.

    Having said that, I would probably say that the mock VH1 episode of Fat Albert was one of the best skits in television.

    Another would have to be when Nathan Lane hosted the show in '97 and he was with another cast member doing a Vaudeville spoof. It was the history of Vaudeville through racist minority songs. The best part was the following line (in my profile as well):

    "I eat babies; I drink pee. I must be FRENCH, FRENCH, FRENCH!"

    Then the next line was something like:

    "They didn't know much about French people."

    Amazingly, even today the show doesn't seem to mess up the commercials.

    The best commercials were the Lung Brush and the hands down winner:

    Schmitt's Gay Beer

    (Might have to right click, save (target) as)
     
  14. Manny Ramirez

    Manny Ramirez The Music Man

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    I always liked the one where Eddie Murphy dresses up as a white person and calls himself "Mr. White."

    Murphy in his white guise is talking to a bank president when the president says:

    "We won't be needing these, will we Mr. White?" (Bank President is ripping up forms while talking)



    :D
     
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    Mr White: "I'd like to pay for this newspaper."

    Cleark" "Take it. No one's watching. Take it. That's right. Take it."
     
  16. dirtyfithynasty

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    The Scartlet Letter skit was pretty funny. I think the funniest episodes were the ones hosted by Jim Carrey and Jamie Foxx
     
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    "People ask how we make money."

    "Volume."
     
  18. No Worries

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    Schweaty Weiner.

    :D
     
  19. Manny Ramirez

    Manny Ramirez The Music Man

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    Slowly I began to realize that when white people are alone together, that they give each other things...for FREE!!
     
  20. Fatty FatBastard

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    "What a silly negro!" :D
     

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