Saturday Night Live and guest host Jimmy Fallon imagine a high tech shirt to help us deal with embarrassing public situations. DJ Snake and Lil Jon’s played-out build up somehow makes the skit even funnier.
Saturday Night Live guest host Aziz Anzari plays an Uber customer who wants to raise his rating to five stars. Turns out his driver (Bobby Moynihan) has the same goal for their trip. Things get weird, lessons are learned, and stars are earned.
Kate McKinnon’s awesomely weird character Ms. Rafferty is back with yet another otherworldly encounter. This time, she meets up with some of Santa Claus’ lesser known helpers during her latest abduction.
“So what is he puttin’ in there?” “A secret.” Saturday Night Live satirizes the dichotomy of children’s toys with a skit about a toy well for introverted boys. 2017, please let this SNL comeback continue. Oh and make the well come true too.
“She doesn’t know what Jen likes, and she doesn’t super care. So she goes inside the closet just to see what crap’s in there.” Saturday Night Live‘s ladies and guest host Emma Stone sing about the gift that keeps on you keep on giving away.
Saturday Night Live’s parody ad reminds folks meeting up with family for Thanksgiving that they can rely on Target for gifts, food, and some precious alone time. Though clearly they haven’t seen the jampacked Target parking lots around here. Mirror here.
“The Bubble is a community of like-minded free thinkers. And no one else.”Saturday Night Live’s pre-post-apocalyptic skit pokes fun of bipartisan politics’ Us vs. Them mentality. And Brooklyn. Mirror here.
“Yes, yes, every 10 year, he comes to my village in the middle of the night to take a new wife.” For their latest Weekend Update, Saturday Night Live‘s MVP Kate McKinnon put on her poor Russian villager character to talk about Donald Trump. Skip to 2:33.
The final round of a shopping game show quickly gets out of hand when an extremely passionate contestant does whatever it takes to win. We’re not sure why Saturday Night Live didn’t show this skit in its previous episode, because it was actually funny.
The Force Awakens’ MVP Adam Driver and Kate McKinnon made a series of teasers for this weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live. We don’t think he can ever be not scary anymore. His training may not be complete, but he has mastered the soulless gaze.
A mom tries to guilt trip and blackmail her bickering teenage kids into settling their differences. Go on an emotional roller coaster ride in this dark and twisted unaired skit from Saturday Night Live‘s 2015 holiday episode.
Saturday Night Live pokes fun at how many toys are marketed to kids but are actually bought by grown up toy collectors. Sorry kid, but Taran Killam’s married life is no joke. And bonus points for casting Andy Samberg Jr.
“It’s definitely our friend Claire. You know, Claire from college? Or growing up or something.” A group of girls suspect that something’s up with their friend Claire. They should’ve gone full Twilight Zone and had the joke apply to everyone.
(PG-13) The NSA interrogates three people who were abducted by aliens. Turns out the extraterrestrials are just like us. There are good ones and there are pervs. Kate McKinnon manages to make a creepy tale hilarious in this Saturday Night Live skit.
(PG-13, Crude humor) The ladies of Saturday Night Live reunite their ’90s girl group with guest host Elizabeth Banks to pay tribute to the men who made them look at couches and shower heads in a different light.