VH1 ranks the top 100 guys in the world in Saturday Night Live‘s unaired parody of countdown shows – the ones where a bunch of people you’ve never heard of make shallow observations and lame jokes about celebrities.
We saw some of the new faces in the Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser, but the old heroes were nowhere to be found. Saturday Night Live and guest host James Franco imagine what Luke, Leia and Han will be like in the movie.
The ladies of Saturday Night Live rap about one of their favorite holiday pastimes – visiting their parents and livin’ large under Mom and Dad’s roof once again. Really, what is it with Moms and their obsession with putting out bowls full of things?
While Johnny Depp is now that dude who plays weird characters, Matthew McConaughey is that dude who makes normal characters weird, as lampooned by Saturday Night Live and host Woody Harrelson. Unofficial mirror here.
(Gross) Saturday Night Live just gave the folks at GoPro an April Fools’ idea. The GoProbe goes where no action camera has ever gone before. Or should ever go into. That’s sick all right. Official video here.
SNL guest host Bill Hader dons a white beard and parodies those clichéd charity commercials which aim to change the world for “just pennies a day” in this sketch which is both hilarious and a little too true. Also, where can we get a 39 cent cup of joe?
(NSFW: Language) Stand-up comedian and Saturday Night Live rookie Pete Davidson breaks down the finer points of an argument that doesn’t really have any finer points: whether or not he should go down on a guy for money.
Saturday Night Live pokes fun at Marvel’s successful movie adaptation of the relatively obscure Guardians of the Galaxy. A Deadpool & Moon Knight movie could be weirder than all of these. Unofficial YouTube mirror here.
Andy Samberg’s triumphant return to SNL was highlighted by this hilarious parody of today’s celebrity DJs and the mega-nightclub scene that’s risen to such ludicrous heights. The Raiders of the Lost Ark bit is priceless.
Watching Saturday Night Live on TV, it seems like they have limitless spaces to shoot in, but in this time-lapse from the Anna Kendrick/Pharrell Williams episode, you get a much better sense of how confining Studio 8H really is.
Investigation Discovery investigates and discovers a series of horrific murders carried out by the most obvious killer of all time. We wanted to laugh more, but were too busy being creeped out by Jim Parsons as the serial killer. Bazinga!
Jonah Hill’s opening monologue had him feigning insecurity when folks started asking about Leo instead of focusing on him. He started dissing his colleague when the man himself walked in. But all’s well that ends weird.
You know the feeling – you’re visiting your significant other’s family for the holidays and you end up sleeping over in the room she grew up in as a kid. SNL serenades us with a little ditty about the awkward, but common scenario.
(NSFW) Saturday Night Live’s Jay Pharaoh takes on Ylvis’ satirical club banger, relating the tired lines and alibis of people in relationships. Featuring a very game Kerry Washington (Django Unchained).
SNL, Ed Norton and Alec Baldwin parody Wes Anderson and his typical cast of all-stars in this hilarious send up of his quirky directorial style with The Midnight Coterie of Sinister Intruders – not in theaters this Halloween.
(NSFW) Boys love to get down too. Bruce Willis hosted Saturday Night Live this past weekend, and he gamely showed off his dance moves (or lack thereof) in this skit about what goes on in sausage parties.
A hilariously spot-on parody of Lena Dunham’s HBO series and the Girls’ decidedly first-world problems. Tina Fey’s turn as the new girl on the block is especially amusing. And Shoshanna’s hairdo. Clip probably only plays in U.S. :(