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SNL: Scooby-Doo

SNL: Scooby-Doo

Zoinks! Saturday Night Live and guest host Jake Gyllenhaal went completely off the rails with this parody of Scooby-Doo, making fun of the part where they rip the mask off the baddie, only to find it’s some old geezer under there. It’s the goriest sketch we can remember from SNL, but you have to remember this is the network that gave us Hannibal.

SNL: Papyrus 2

SNL: Papyrus 2

Seven years after Ryan Gosling’s character struggled to comprehend the use of the Papyrus font in Avatar, the troubled graphic designer thought he had finally moved on. Then, in an instant, he was forced to confront his demons again after seeing the logo for the sequel. At least they didn’t use Comic Sans.

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SNL: Jumanji

SNL: Jumanji

“Jumanji is a series of jungle emergencies! And we, sir, are not prepared for that!” Kristen Wiig returned to host Saturday Night Live for the fifth time this past weekend. One of the episode’s skits sees Wiig refuse to play board games because of what happened in the movie Jumanji. And yeah, Beverly, we’re talking about the true Jumanji. Jumanji Jumanji.

SNL: Immigrant Dad Talk Show

SNL: Immigrant Dad Talk Show

“Why have a conversation when you can just… hit ’em with the belt!” SNL pokes fun at the sometimes cruel and odd sentiments that immigrant fathers have about their sons, all while doting over their daughters. Guest host Ramy Youssef did a good job, but Marcello Hernandez stole the show with his rapid-fire outbursts. Spanish dad rap goes hard.

SNL: Bowling Pins

SNL: Bowling Pins

If you’ve been to a bowling alley in the last few decades, you’ve probably seen those weird 1990s animations on the score screen that celebrate your strikes and spares and roast your gutter balls. Saturday Night Live takes us to a bowling alley with a few of those bowling pin scenes we’ve not seen before.

HBO’s Mario Kart

HBO’s Mario Kart

With the success of The Last of Us, HBO has proven that video games can be turned into quality television programming. During his guest spot on Saturday Night Live, TLOU star Pedro Pascal joined the cast of another famous video game franchise turned prestige TV drama, with a little help from Nintendo.

SNL: The Black Lotus

SNL: The Black Lotus

All of the intrigue, none of the foolishness. Saturday Night Live roasts The White Lotus. In this universe, the resort is operated by a black and latino staff, and they’re not taking any crap from the whiny, entitled guests. We had to watch it twice before we realized that guest host Aubrey Plaza was even in the sketch.

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SNL: The Muppet Show

SNL: The Muppet Show

If you watch The Muppet Show, one thing you can always count on is an appearance by those grumpy old hecklers Statler and Waldorf. Well, in this sketch from SNL, Kenan Thompson and Keegan-Michael Key play a couple of security guards who have had quite enough of their disruptive behavior and look to put an end to it.

SNL: The Negotiator

SNL: The Negotiator

“You should not have eaten me! I’m gonna tell your family!” Before arriving on a call to negotiate a hostage situation, a cop (Regina King) has a little snack to satisfy her sweet tooth. But she doesn’t realize until it’s too late that the entire bag of gummy bears was laced with weed.

SNL: Stu’s Christmas Wish

SNL: Stu’s Christmas Wish

“I love that movie you did with Will Ferrell, man. Elf was phat.” Pete Davidson channels Eminem as he writes a letter to Santa Claus in hopes that he’ll bring him the PS5 he can’t find in stock anywhere. But we’re not sure old Saint Nick has Stu is going to put up with Stu’s demands.

SNL: Grocery Store Ad

SNL: Grocery Store Ad

If there’s one universal experience we’ve all shared during the coronavirus lockdown, it’s that grocery stores can’t keep high demand and essential items in stock. This hilarious fake commercial from SNL invites customers to buy some of the items that they can count on being in stock.

Middle-Aged Mutant Ninja Turtles

Middle-Aged Mutant Ninja Turtles

Decades after the peak of their success, Raphael, Leonardo, Donatello, and Michelangelo are faced with real world problems, like raising kids, grocery shopping, paying bills, and facing their own mortality. Those turtle dad bods are what happen after years of eating nothing but pizza. An SNL animated short.

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SNL: Airport Sushi

SNL: Airport Sushi

John Mulaney rounds out his Diner Lobster and Bodega Bathroom trilogy with another thing none of us should ever do – eat raw seafood at New York LaGuardia Airport, or for that matter, even fly out of the place. This time, Jake Gyllenhal and David Byrne come along and take that ride.

SNL: Christmas Songs

SNL: Christmas Songs

Saturday Night Live celebrates the holidays with this great compilation of Christmas tunes featured on the late night show over the years. Enjoy classics like “I Wish It Was Christmas Today,” “Office Christmas Party,” “Jingle Barack,” and “Bring It on Down to Wrappinville.”

Da Bears vs. The Pack

Da Bears vs. The Pack

Former Green Bay Packers QB and NBC Sports guest host Brett Favre sat down with Bob Swerski and Carl Wollarski to discuss their differing perspectives on the long-running rivalry between The Pack and Da Bears. With a little help from their digital assistant Mary-Pat, the superfans just might make their point.(Thanks Jen!)

New HBO Shows

New HBO Shows

Game of Thrones is coming to an end, and HBO will need some new programming to help pick up the slack after it’s gone. SNL decided to give the network some ideas for spin-offs, with a little help from guest host Kit Harington. We’d so tune in for that Arya show.

Bodega Bathroom

Bodega Bathroom

After watching the short film Water Closet this week, we’ve got another cautionary tale about using public bathrooms. SNL’s hilariously weird sketch is a Willy Wonka-esque tale of a young man who visits a particularly nasty toilet.

SNL: Roach-Ex

SNL: Roach-Ex

There’s nothing worse than walking into your house to discover a cockroach doing push-ups on the carpet. But the roaches in this SNL commercial parody are even more of a nuisance than in real-life. Don Cheadle seems to enjoy playing slimy vermin these days.

SNL: Cue Cards

SNL: Cue Cards

Cue cards have been an instrumental part of Saturday Night Live since its inception back in 1975. In this behind the scenes video, meet SNL Cue Card Supervisor Wally Feresten, and learn how his team makes countless handwritten cards to keep the show running smoothly.

SNL: Beta Force

SNL: Beta Force

Saturday Night Live’s latest fake commercial pokes fun at all of those testosterone supplements designed to restore virility and manliness, while reminding us that sometimes we just need to let nature take its course instead of trying to fight it.

SNL: 80’s Music Video

SNL: 80’s Music Video

“…Trix are for cereal. And this is the truth.” A jilted lover chastises his girl. But not before doing some regrettable things. Saturday Night Live and Donald Glover do a perfect parody of Oran “Juice” Jones’ classic The Rain, which was really asking to be made fun of.

SNL: Jurassic Park Auditions

SNL: Jurassic Park Auditions

Bill Hader’s return to host Saturday Night Live featured this sketch, featuring hilarious cast impressions of numerous 1990s celebrities as they each tried out for a role in the Steven Spielberg’s original Jurassic Park. That Sinbad joke. Ouch.

SNL: Stranger Things 3

SNL: Stranger Things 3

Mike and Eleven meet up with more kids with unusual – and often unnecessary powers in this silly parody of Stranger Things from Saturday Night Live. For decades, the show could have used someone with Three’s power.

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