All-time favorite SNL skit?

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  1. Nov 13, 2006 #21 of 183
    Royster

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    "Good times!"
     
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    modnar

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    That's not one of the funniest that I remember, but it is definitely one of the most memorable for me.
     
  3. Nov 13, 2006 #23 of 183
    alpacaboy

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    Ed Asner - "Remember, you can't put too much water in a nuclear reactor."

    I also liked "Schweaty Balls" and the Clinton(D Hammond) press conference- "I... am... bulletproof," but my friends and I got a lot of milage out of "Remember you can't put too much ___ in ___," like when cooking.

    ETA: Martha Stewart's Topless Christmas Special
     
  4. Nov 13, 2006 #24 of 183
    YCantAngieRead

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    The Chris Farley Chippendales sketch.

    Or the Chirs Farley Motivational speaker sketch.



    I still miss Phil Hartman. :(
     
  5. Nov 13, 2006 #25 of 183
    Royster

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    "I myself never much cared for Colonel Angus! He rubs me the wrong way. I'm not sure why.. can't put my finger on it.. "
     
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    Gunnyman

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    The Compulsion Commercial.
     
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    LoadStar

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    Hrm. Three that jump out at me...
    Julia Child (the one where "she" starts spraying blood all over the kitchen)
    Wayne's World - the Madonna episode
    Colon Blow ("and now, Super Colon Blow!")
     
  8. Nov 13, 2006 #28 of 183
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    Jackie Rodgers, Jr.'s $100,000 Jackpot Wad


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  9. Nov 13, 2006 #29 of 183
    JediCowboyD

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    I love Gunny :)
     
  10. Nov 13, 2006 #30 of 183
    Johnny Dazzle

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    Bloomingdale...

    Hi-larious!

    Also, "The Sinatra Group" a parody of the McLaughlin Group with Phil as Sinatra and Jan Hooks as Sinead O'Connor...or is it Sine-Aid O'Connor?

    "Do not taunt Happy Fun Ball"!
     
  11. Nov 14, 2006 #31 of 183
    David Platt

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    Chevy Chase interviewing Richard Pryor for a job.

    "DEAD honkey." :D
     
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    Satchel

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    More Cowbell does it for me...
     
  13. Nov 14, 2006 #33 of 183
    stargazer21

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    Hockey...
    So many great sketches...

    One that jumped out that still kills me is Chris Farley interviewing Paul McCartney. :up:

    Oh, almost forgot...an awful, not often seen, but still a classic to hockey fans; the episode with Gretzky. :D
     
  14. Nov 14, 2006 #34 of 183
    PKurmas

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    Darn, y'all took so many of the good ones...

    "Jane, you ignorant slut."
    "Prose and Cons" ("Keel my lanlord, keel him dead")
    "Get a Life" (Shatner at the Trek con)
    "Colon Blow Cereal"
    "Shimmer Floor Wax/Desert Topping"

    and of course...

    "The Pepsi Syndrome"

    I don't know why I think the Pepsi Syndrome was so funny... looking back on it it's very dated, but it still makes me crack up in places.

    I still quote the Chevy Chase/Garrett Morris bit from Weekend Update... "Tonight's top stories for the hearing impaired..." "TONIGHT'S TOP STORIES..."
     
  15. Nov 14, 2006 #35 of 183
    busyba

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    :up: :up: :up:

    "Images", by Tyrone Green

    Dark and lonely on a summer's night
    Kill my landlord
    Kill my landlord

    Watchdog barking
    Do he bite?
    Kill my landlord
    Kill my landlord

    Slip in his window
    Break his neck
    Then his house
    I start to wreck
    Got no reason
    What the heck

    Kill my Landlord
    Kill my Landlord
    C-I-L-L
    My Landlord


    :D
     
  16. Nov 14, 2006 #36 of 183
    Uncle Briggs

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    1980, Strother Martin making Bill Murray learn French.
     
  17. Nov 14, 2006 #37 of 183
    appleye1

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    Back From...
    There's so many:

    Chris Farley's Motivational speech ("in a van DOWN BY THE RIVER!)

    Several Conehead skits

    Several Samurai Deli skits

    Wild and Crazy Guys

    Hanz and Franz

    Bag O' Glass

    Killer Christmas Tree

    Land Shark

    CheeBoigy CheeBoigy

    Da Bears

    More Cowbell

    numerous The Continental skits

    Schweaty Balls

    anything Father Guido Sarducchi did

    (Yeah I know it's a cop-out to list all these. I don't think I could pick just one favorite! :))
     
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    LoadStar

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    Oh, how could I forget: Mr. Robinson's Neighborhood. :)
     
  19. Nov 14, 2006 #39 of 183
    murgatroyd

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    #1 favorite sketch: Samurai Optometrist (especially funny if you have glasses)

    #1 favorite ad: Sludge

    favorite musical guest: Kate Bush

    Jan
     
  20. Nov 14, 2006 #40 of 183
    katbug

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    These are all great ones! They've reminded me of a few more faves:

    Always loved any of the Deep Thoughts by Jack Handy ones

    The terrorist names news conference...can't remember what it was called and it was probably another Alec Baldwin one, but the names of the terrorists were sooooo funny!
     

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