What is your favorite 'Saturday Night Live' moment or sketch?

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    Re: What is your favorite 'Saturday Night Live' moment or sketch?

    Few probably remember the Franken and Davis campaign bit where they created increasingly outrageous political attack ads that culminated with one killing the other.

    I would remember it as only mildly amusing if it weren't for the embarassing reality that Stuart Smalley is now an actual U.S. Senator in the state where I live.

     

     

     
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    In response to eajwab's comment:


    frog in the blender takes top prize




    That's the Bass-o-matic, right?

     
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    Re: 18. Homelessville

    "He is in competition for a street corner with Chris Parnell, who is dressed as Santa Claus."

     

    Sorry, but I believe that was Will Forte.

     
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    Recently I was absolutely floored by the Riot in London song with Cockney Queen Elizabeth II (Fred Armisen) on drums Prince Philip (Bill Hader) on guitar and Sir Elton John on guest vocals.

    http://www.hulu.com/watch/229442


    Gonna miss Bill Hader.

     
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    The list is actually pretty good.  Some of your choices in the teens are questionable.  But #1 has to be Van down by the river.  And #2 has to be cowbell.  Big props for including three legged jeans.  

    There has to be a Dana Carvey George Bush skit on this list.  Maybe the debate with Dukakis. 

     
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    Re: What is your favorite 'Saturday Night Live' moment or sketch?

    In response to BostonDotCom's comment:

    We've compiled our list of our top 25 moments from "Saturday Night Live," but we'd love to hear what you think of the show's hysterical storied past. Let us know below.



    How can you leave out Michael Palin?!? His skit about the adventures of Miles Cowperthwaite as the cabin boy on the ship the Raging Queen... where S&M punishment is what every sailor jumps at a chance for ("manly punishment") is much funnier than the choices on the Top 25 IMHO. Or how about Dan Akroyd's refrigerator repairman with hus buttocks stereotypically hanging out all the time? Or Pat, the androgenous co-worker. None of these made the list! Perhaps it's a generational sensibility. Or could it be the author is not familiar with the entire SNL canon?  

     
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    Re: What is your favorite 'Saturday Night Live' moment or sketch?

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    Tina Fey doing Sarah Palin?




    That was definitely the most influential sketch ever, if not the funniest.

     
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    Re: What is your favorite 'Saturday Night Live' moment or sketch?

    Glad for commenters suggestions. The original list was thin. One omission is Harvey Keitel in the bathroom attendent.

     

     

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