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SNL: Olive Garden

SNL: Olive Garden

“The people act like they’ve never seen a restaurant… or eaten food before.” SNL pokes fun at the over-the-top expressions seen on the faces of happy customers in commercials for family restaurant chains, as a group of actors are given direction for their reaction shots.

SNL: Youngblood

SNL: Youngblood

An old man sees a young punk bragging in the park, and decides to teach him a lesson by challenging him to a game of chess. But Pete Davidson’s character isn’t about to fall victim to the clichéd scene set up by Kenan Thompson.

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SNL: Drill Sergeant

SNL: Drill Sergeant

In one of a handful of non-political sketches from his latest SNL appearance, Alec Baldwin plays a drill sergeant who has a son among his group of recruits. Naturally, he shows his boy no favoritism. Also, a cookie chillout sounds like our kind of party.

SNL: Dunkin Donuts

SNL: Dunkin Donuts

Saturday Night Live takes on the overly fake and hackneyed customers typically found in commercials, and gives us a much more realistic view of a typical customer at your neighborhood donut shop, courtesy of Casey Affleck.

SNL Celebrates Halloween

SNL Celebrates Halloween

Saturday Night Live put together a reel of some of its silliest and most memorable spooky sketches, from Laraine Newman and Richard Pryor’s classic Exorcist bit, to Bill Hader’s hilarious Vincent Price. We’re betting David S. Pumpkins will make the list next year.

SNL: The Librarian

SNL: The Librarian

Margot Robbie completely blows up an old stereotype with this hilariously weird take on the overplayed 1980s cliche of the librarian who becomes a sex kitten when she lets her hair down. Though Margot is still hot no matter what she does.

Ooh Child

Ooh Child

Directors Matt and Oz’s hilariously warped SNL digital short from a couple of years back starts out as an uplifting rendition The Five Stairsteps’ 1970 classic, but quickly turns into an episode of The Sopranos.

SNL: Farewell Mr. Bunting

SNL: Farewell Mr. Bunting

A group of prep school students is upset that their school has fired their beloved teacher, Mr. Bunting (Fred Armisen), so they’re going to stand up for what they believe in. We won’t give away the punchline, but the payoff is well worth the lengthy setup. Well played, SNL.

SNL: Near Death Experience

SNL: Near Death Experience

After being abducted by aliens, Kate McKinnon’s hilariously uncouth Ms. Rafferty shares another of her out of body experiences, which is decidedly less awe-inspiring than what her friends encountered after heading towards the light after a car wreck.

SNL: Mercedes AA Class

SNL: Mercedes AA Class

Saturday Night Live guest host Julia Louis-Dreyfus pokes fun at electric cars with a hilarious mock commercial for Mercedes-Benz’ new green luxury vehicle – an amazing new car which runs on battery power, yet needs no charging stations or power outlets.

SNL: Pogie Pepperoni’s

SNL: Pogie Pepperoni’s

A couple of dudes get hired by one of those kids’ pizza party joints, a job that most of us would put towards the bottom of the list of desirable workplaces, but these guys just can’t seem to contain their enthusiasm for their awesome new careers.

SNL: Mafia Meeting

SNL: Mafia Meeting

A group of mobsters meet up to discuss a very serious issue, but nobody can seem to concentrate on the business at hand, thanks to the performer up on stage. Peter Dinklage seems to have borrowed his wig from Sia, and his song from DEVO in this silly SNL sketch.

SNL: Mermaids

SNL: Mermaids

Three shipwrecked sailors are saved by mermaids, who say they will be able to shed their tails and grow legs if they each find a man who will kiss them. Kristen Wiig’s Dooneese is legendary, but Kate McKinnon’s Shud is no slouch.

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SNL: Tidal

SNL: Tidal

Saturday Night Live rehashes its Pandora skit but with guest host Ariana Grande doing the impressions. Watch as she shows off her take on Shakira, Rihanna, Whitney Houston and more. Durr durr durr durr!

SNL: The Black Comedians’ Meeting

SNL: The Black Comedians’ Meeting

Saturday Night Live‘s Jay Pharoah says that Kat Williams and Kevin Hart ironed out their publicized feud in the annual black comedians’ meeting, which is held in the bowling alley in Eddie Murphy’s mansion. Mirror here.

Deadpool Won’t Be Hosting SNL

Deadpool Won’t Be Hosting SNL

(PG-13: Language) “I’m 50% more influential than MC Hammer, Apostle Judas Iscariot, the Kia Sorrento…” Fans have petitioned that Ryan Reynolds host Saturday Night Live as Deadpool. Ryan says no thanks by mocking Kanye’s delusional SNL rant.

SNL: The Day Beyoncé Turned Black

SNL: The Day Beyoncé Turned Black

It was all good when Bey was telling us to put our hands up. But when she talked about other reasons people put their hands up, worlds were shattered. Saturday Night Live addresses the ignorant uproar about Beyoncé’s Formation in a no holds barred skit.

SNL: Dirty Dancing

SNL: Dirty Dancing

While Larry David’s appearance on this week’s Saturday Night Live had some funny moments, it was cast newbie Jon Rudnitsky who broke out with a hilarious Weekend Update audition for a live TV version of Dirty Dancing – a movie that Jon has apparently never seen before.

SNL: Bland Man

SNL: Bland Man

“Can I steal him for a sec? Hmm. I like this.” Dan the Bland Man is looking for his future wife. Will he find it by engaging in vapid power fantasies where he spends brief moments with women who are pre-disposed to like him? Saturday Night Live aims to find out.

SNL: Golden Globes

SNL: Golden Globes

Two siblings patiently wait for their parents, who had just won at the Golden Globes. Saturday Night Live found time for a Kyle Mooney skit this week, and it didn’t disappoint. Mom and Dad however, are another story.

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Bowie x SNL

Bowie x SNL

During this week’s episode of SNL, we were reminded of this amazing, captivating, and enigmatic performance of the late David Bowie, along with Klaus Nomi and Joey Arias, back in the heyday of NBC’s late night show. After that, watch him on The Tonight Show.

SNL: Undercover Kylo Ren

SNL: Undercover Kylo Ren

To see what it’s like to be one of the many minions supporting the First Order, head cheese Kylo Ren goes “deep” undercover to live among the great unwashed in this sketch that makes us wonder how employees on Undercover Boss are so clueless about their disguised superiors.

SNL: Hoverboards

SNL: Hoverboards

“This Christmas, give the gift that says ‘I hate walking, but I loooove fires!'” Saturday Night Live pokes fun at these trendy, misnamed conveyances that have recently started to vanish from shelves thanks to their tendency to burst into spontaneous flames.

SNL: Star Wars Auditions

SNL: Star Wars Auditions

The Force Awakens has a cast that combines favorite Star Wars actors with young, up and coming new stars. Here, J.J. Abrams shares some screen tests for those who tried out for the film, including some who made it, and others who didn’t quite make the cut.

SNL: Bad Girls

SNL: Bad Girls

The ladies of Saturday Night Live break bad in this hilarious parody of M.I.A.’s 2012 Bad Girls music video. And if you complain about it being a dated reference, these girls will hunt you down and mess you up.

SNL: Tracy Morgan’s Return

SNL: Tracy Morgan’s Return

SNL may not exactly be batting 1.000 these days, but we got the perfect mix of laughs and chills when Tracy Morgan returned to the stage after the ordeal of his last 16 months, with amusing sketches like Where Jackie Chan at?, and the classic Brian Fellow’s Safari Planet.

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