TOURNEY: Favorite SNL skits

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TOURNEY: Favorite SNL skits

#1 Post by alan smithee » 01 Jun 2003, 17:30

What the hell, nominations are now open; any suggestions on how to do this?

Not exactly movies, but we'll have lotsa movie stars in here, I bet.

I'll nominate the first 25 that come to mind [in parens are details of which instance if this was a recurring skit]:

Feel free to post either (or both) nominations or suggestions on how to run this? (I don't want a bracketed thing -- I'm not looking for the funniest skit).



Star Wars auditions

Celebrity Jeopardy! (Tobey Maguire as Keanu Reeves and Fallon as Hilary Swank)

Celebrity J! (N MacDonald as Burt Reynolds as Turd Ferguson)

The Sinatra Group

The Joe Pesci Show (Jim Carrey as Jimmy Stewart and Bruce McCullough as Jim Carrey (!))

Inside the Actor's Studio with Dustin Diamond AKA Screech (Maguire as DD)

Tommy Flanagan the Pathological Liar (Mick Jagger)

Colon Blow [ad]

"Star Trek": Get a Life

Little Chocolate Donuts [ad]

Happy Fun Ball [ad]

First Citywide Change Bank [ad]

The First Drug Olympics

Rich Hall as David Byrne

Buckwheat

Hollywood Minute w/"surprise" guest Steve Martin (Spade's review of Leap of Faith)

Perot-Stockdale

Astronaut Jones (any, since it's 90% intro -- and that's the best part)

Chippendales

Germany's Most Disturbing Home Videos

The Super Fans (first skit)

Carsenio

The Chris Farley Show (Paul McCartney)

Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer

Bad Idea Jeans [ad]
It's such a fine line between stupid and clever.

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#2 Post by Phil_Hart » 01 Jun 2003, 18:38

Billy bob Thornton as the Gay Pilgrim

Oops I crapped my pants.

The Joe Pesci show, where Joe Pesci shows up.
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#3 Post by » 01 Jun 2003, 20:52

Astronaut Jones
Woodrow the bum
Weekend Update with Fey & Fallon
Mr. Robinson's Neighborhood
Frankenstein, Tonto & Tarzan
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#4 Post by plaxii » 02 Jun 2003, 05:26

jane you ignorant slut

eddie murphey does buckweet
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#5 Post by marla » 02 Jun 2003, 06:38

:rant: :rant: :rant: years ago, when there was still one MTV in Europe, they were airing SNL and I loved it. But then they decided, that we should get out own mtv :o which means I can only read this thread jealously, not knowing what you are talking about (and imagining how funny it would be to see Tobey as Keanu) :rant:

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#6 Post by Nunis » 02 Jun 2003, 09:41

We don't get SNL either, but I have seen loads of the celebrity jeopardy and also the Star Wars auditions, and they are so funny, I wish we DID get SNL.

My favourite Jeopardy is John Goodman as Marlon Brando ("You are not wearing any pants") and whats-his-face as Robin Williams. Hilarity!

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#7 Post by alan smithee » 02 Jun 2003, 10:58

marla wrote:which means I can only read this thread jealously, not knowing what you are talking about (and imagining how funny it would be to see Tobey as Keanu) :rant:
KaZaA (or your favorite online file-sharing tool) is a gold mine for SNL!
Nunis wrote:My favourite Jeopardy is John Goodman as Marlon Brando ("You are not wearing any pants") and whats-his-face as Robin Williams. Hilarity!
Goodman is hilarious on SNL. And it was Jimmy Fallon as Robin Williams, IIRC.
It's such a fine line between stupid and clever.

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#8 Post by Philip » 02 Jun 2003, 11:22

Pretty much any sketch with Jim Carrey is great, but I would specifically like to nominate Ride the Snake.

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#9 Post by alan smithee » 02 Jun 2003, 11:42

Buffoon1918 wrote:Pretty much any sketch with Jim Carrey is great, but I would specifically like to nominate Ride the Snake.
I can't believe I forgot that. A classic!! Making Jim Carrey even more manic was actually a good thing (too bad it took amphetamines :) )
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#10 Post by JJ » 02 Jun 2003, 14:22

Synchronized Swimming
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#11 Post by » 02 Jun 2003, 15:15

jeremiahs johnson wrote:Synchronized Swimming
Great call.
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#12 Post by alan smithee » 02 Jun 2003, 15:25

Lorne offers the Beatles $3000 to reunite on SNL
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#13 Post by Phil_Hart » 02 Jun 2003, 16:47

And Mr Williams has written......Nothing.....Because he's put the pen through his own hand.
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#14 Post by Philip » 02 Jun 2003, 17:06

What about the one with Dan Aykroyd where he's the shady guy who sells deadly toys?

John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd in the Greek Diner: "Cheeseburger, cheeseburger, cheeseburger..."

John Belushi's Samurai - pick your favorite moment :lol:

Has anyone mentioned the Church Lady yet?

Maya Rudolph as Donatella Versace?

Matt Foley, motivational speaker?

Oooh, how about the infomercial with Heather Locklear where she basically insults every single ethnic group: "... and the instructions are so simple, even a Puerto Rican could understand them"

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#15 Post by ironchefk » 02 Jun 2003, 18:00

Celeb Jeopardy! any with Sean Connery (Oh! Lucky day! I'll take The Rapists for $200! That's Therapists.)

Litter Critters (ad)

Wild and Crazy guys
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#16 Post by MacManus » 02 Jun 2003, 20:19

Buffoon1918 wrote:What about the one with Dan Aykroyd where he's the shady guy who sells deadly toys?

Oooh, how about the infomercial with Heather Locklear where she basically insults every single ethnic group: "... and the instructions are so simple, even a Puerto Rican could understand them"
These are two of my favorite ones, I liked the Akroyd one when he sold shady halloween costumes for kids like:

Johnny human torch - a bag of oily rags and a lighter
and Johnny invisible pedestrian - a completely black suit

and that Heather Locklear skit is great - "you couldn't buy it cheaper from a drunken indian."
"... and I'll dip my balls in marinara
sauce so those fat bastards can get a taste of home while they're at it! "

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#17 Post by MacManus » 02 Jun 2003, 20:21

I would also like to add the Schmidts Gay ad with Sandler and Farley

and
the behind the music with blue oyster cult - " I got a fever and the only cure is more cowbell !!!! "

and the bio flex ad where Ferrell has to fight a monkey man for his life as a workout.

be back with more later.
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#18 Post by Dappucino » 02 Jun 2003, 20:23

Hans and Franz with Patrick Swayze :D

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#19 Post by Odd Todd » 02 Jun 2003, 20:32

Please read nothing into this.

But along with most of whats already been posted... I always get a kick out of the AMBIGUOSLY GAY DUO! :oops: :lol:
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#20 Post by Phil_Hart » 02 Jun 2003, 22:40

What are some of the best monologues?
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#21 Post by » 03 Jun 2003, 05:23

MacManus wrote:I would also like to add the Schmidts Gay ad with Sandler and Farley
They were really funny on the Herlihe Boy, too.

Oh yeah, I always liked Toonces, too.
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#22 Post by MacManus » 03 Jun 2003, 08:06

How about Cantine Boy with Alec Baldwin, that was good stuff.

Does anyone remember Massive headwound harry? that was great

How about when the rock was Mr. Peepers father

The rock as Nicotrell, where he would kick the crap out of you if you smoked :)

and yes again, the rock as Superman when they were making fun of him and telling him he was gay "apparently you don't need cryptonite to bring superman to his knees"
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#23 Post by JJ » 03 Jun 2003, 08:12

Adam Sandler Halloween Costume "Put it in the good hand."
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#24 Post by MacManus » 03 Jun 2003, 11:49

Presidential Debate:

"Strategery" and "lock box"
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#25 Post by alan smithee » 03 Jun 2003, 12:31

MacManus wrote:I would also like to add the Schmidts Gay ad with Sandler and Farley

and
the behind the music with blue oyster cult - " I got a fever and the only cure is more cowbell !!!! "

and the bio flex ad where Ferrell has to fight a monkey man for his life as a workout.

be back with more later.
Schmidt's Gay was hilarious. Cowbell is easily one of the funniest skits ever. "You'll be wearin' gold-plated diapers!" "What does that mean?" "Never question rock-legend Bruce Dickinson!"
MacManus wrote:Presidential Debate:

"Strategery" and "lock box"
Great pick. And it inspired me to remember a true modern classic: The Presidential Odd Couple.
It's such a fine line between stupid and clever.

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