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Posted: 7/5/2002 10:10:32 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/6/2002 9:30:32 AM EDT by Citabria7GCBC]
SNL: steave martin, "What the heeelll? what they hell is that? what the hell.....well..what the hell is it? i know what that is.... (other guy: what is it?) WHAT THE HELL! what the hell is that! what the heeelllllllllll!?!?! MAD TV. All of Mrs. swan. at randalls we get many mrs. swans in daily and i cant help but laugh. once it was such a problem the manager had to come see what was up and take over cuz i was laughing soooo hard. afterward we both laughed for 20 minutes!
Link Posted: 7/5/2002 10:14:31 PM EDT
SNL: All of the Brian Fellows and Ambiguously Gay Duos skits. I haven't watched too much of Mad Tv but I do like the Stewart skits where he keeps saying noooooo Keving67
Link Posted: 7/5/2002 10:16:29 PM EDT
those gay skits are sooooo funny! PINK PISTOL SUPREMOS!
Link Posted: 7/5/2002 10:18:39 PM EDT
Will Sasso as Steven Seagal.... Scott
Link Posted: 7/5/2002 10:27:52 PM EDT
Mad TV: Any of the "Steven Segal's America" sketches where Will Sasso parodies Steven Segal. Damn, those are funny. SNL: The "Matt Foley: Inspirational Speaker" skits with Chris Farley.
Link Posted: 7/5/2002 10:29:42 PM EDT
how about celeb. jeopardy with shawn connery. I was watching one the other day where the cat takes a crap and the kids make toys out of the litter. "when you see the cat, and hear a scratch here comes litter kritters"
Link Posted: 7/5/2002 10:36:13 PM EDT
I like the John Belushi commercial where he's eating chocolate doughnuts & smoking cigs and winning the triathlon.
Link Posted: 7/5/2002 10:39:27 PM EDT
SNL: Everything that Chris Farley did.
Link Posted: 7/5/2002 10:39:38 PM EDT
Who can watch Chevy Chase and Richard Pryor doing the "Word Association" thing without falling off the couch??? I can't... You know.. where Chevy was interviewing Pryor for a job...
Link Posted: 7/5/2002 10:40:05 PM EDT
Originally Posted By WhiskeyBravo: I like the John Belushi commercial where he's eating chocolate doughnuts & smoking cigs and winning the triathlon.
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Hell, worked for me during high school track! That skit is a classic Keving67
Link Posted: 7/5/2002 11:08:32 PM EDT
What about "In Living Color" skits? The one where Jim Carrey is immitating Vanilla Ice always makes me bust out laughing. "Yo, word to your mother". [:)]
Link Posted: 7/5/2002 11:17:52 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Boomer: What about "In Living Color" skits? The one where Jim Carrey is immitating Vanilla Ice always makes me bust out laughing. "Yo, word to your mother". [:)]
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Or Jim Carrey as the bodybuilder woman on steroids.... Scott
Link Posted: 7/5/2002 11:21:55 PM EDT
Vera DeMilo... what a scream!!!
Link Posted: 7/5/2002 11:25:53 PM EDT
SNL - "The All Drug Olympics", "Mr. Robinson's Neighborhood", and of course, the original Weekend Updates with Chevy Chase... I haven't watched much MAD TV... One of the funniest shows ever, In Living Color, had more than a few such as "This Old Box" or any of the stuff with Jim Carey.
Link Posted: 7/5/2002 11:25:57 PM EDT
So many good SNL skits over the years. I seem to remember one with Eddie Murphy doing a spin on Mr. Rogers called Mr. Roberts Neighborhood. Host: Tim Curry Musical Guest: Meatloaf They did one called Rock and Meats One Stop Rocky Horror Shop How about the old show "Fridays" with Mealanie Jerkoff on it. The guy who plays Kramer used to play with plastic army men and fire.
Link Posted: 7/5/2002 11:32:52 PM EDT
Yes, "In Living Color" was the best.
Link Posted: 7/5/2002 11:53:43 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/5/2002 11:59:03 PM EDT by More_Cowbell]
SNL where Christopher Walken played the studio producer on Blue Oyster Cult's song "Don't Fear the Reaper". "That was great....but it could've used a little more cowbell." [url]http://www.geekspeakweekly.com/cowbell/#[/url] I dont know how they could make such a great skit out of such a minor, obscure reference. BTW, Ted Nugent's song "The Great White Buffalo" has some great cowbell on it.
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 12:17:11 AM EDT
John Belushi on stage with Joe Cocker Bass - o - matic Laraine Newman playing the "child Psycologist". [puts hand on pussy and says "i gotta go pee"] And so many more.
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 4:46:11 AM EDT
Stuart and his mother from MadTV... When I'm home, my momma will ask me to do something and I'll fall on the ground and say, "No!! Nooooooo!! I don't wanna!.... Let me do it." We'll both bust a gut laughing. Of course, my momma's also the one who had me going with the fart machine for 15 minutes straight until I was lying on the floor, CRYING I was laughing so hard.
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 4:47:38 AM EDT
"Doctor Doctor... he's just been run over by a hay cart! Can you help him?" "HMMMMM What you need is a good bleeding... Nurse, fetch my leeches!" "B B B But Doctor... I'm already bleeding!!"
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 6:19:45 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/6/2002 6:31:59 AM EDT by 7IDL]
Old (that's [u]REAL OLD[/u] to you young punks) SNL was best. MAD is ok. but the real action? [url=http://www.redgreen.com/][b][red]RED[/red] [green]GREEN[/green] [black]show[/black][/b][/url] [img]http://www.redgreen.com/images/characters/red_green1.jpg[/img]
If women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy.
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Link Posted: 7/6/2002 6:45:16 AM EDT
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Raging Rudolph.
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 9:28:12 AM EDT
on MAD TV i also like the guy who is a carpenter type guy and who is always cutting things off. hands, head, fingers.....etc. thats classic!
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 9:36:05 AM EDT
SNL-Joe Piscopo I'M from Jersey! Are you from Jersey?
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 9:48:28 AM EDT
"Schmidt's Gay Beer" on SNL. Hilarious. "Nerf Crotch Bat" on SNL. Anything with Chris Farley was terrific.
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 11:21:26 AM EDT
[img]http://www.makeup-artist.com/images/phil03.jpg[/img] Phil Hartman doing Frank Sinatra had me howling. Anyone remember the skit where Hartman/Sanatra was the host of a debate style talk show with Sting playing Billy Idol, and when Sting/Idol calls Sinatra a washed up, old man, Hartman/Sinatra yells to Sting "I've got chunks of punks like you in my stool!". Jay [img]http://www.commspeed.net/jmurray/images/iroc-cop.gif[/img]
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 12:29:49 PM EDT
Originally Posted By AZCOP: Anyone remember the skit where Hartman/Sanatra was the host of a debate style talk show with Sting playing Billy Idol, and when Sting/Idol calls Sinatra a washed up, old man, Hartman/Sinatra yells to Sting "I've got chunks of punks like you in my stool!". Jay [img]http://www.commspeed.net/jmurray/images/iroc-cop.gif[/img]
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That was "The Sinatra Group" parody of the McLaughlin group. Jan Hooks played Sinead O'Connor. Sinatra kept calling her "Sine-Aide O'Conner" or "Kojak". Hartman did a killer Frank Sinatra impression.
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 12:47:14 PM EDT
Mad TV--Debra Wilson is THE hottest babe on TV. They did one of their photo-stories where she was wearing this tight blue jogging outfit. I'm telling you--that girl is IN SHAPE!! Plus Will Sasso's Kenny Rogers monologues.
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 1:04:37 PM EDT
SNL - Chris Farley as a Chippendales dancer!
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 1:48:10 PM EDT
SNL Joe Piscopo comes out on stage dressed as Stevie Wonder and does a decent impression of him. Next out is Eddie Murphy who does a little better Stevie Wonder impression. Followed by Stevie Wonder doing the best impression of the three.
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 5:14:36 PM EDT
Old SNL Got to go with Belushi doing a duet as Joe er-with Joe er. A Rabbi doing a circumcision in the back seat of a moving Lincoln ("Waaah!-Perfect!"). Newer SNL Mike Myers as Mick Jagger vs. Mick Jagger as Keith Richards on Point-Counterpoint, arguing about supporting law enforcement officers. Jagger does the best Keith Richards imitation I've ever seen! Joe Piscopo and Stevie Wonder doing a Canon(?)camera commercial ("It's so easy even Stevie Wonder can use it!").
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 5:19:24 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Shadowblade: Never seen either one. Didn't vote.
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vote!!!!!!! or else...
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 6:04:46 PM EDT
More_Cowbell that user id is funny as hell!!!!!so was the skit. What i really need to hear is a little more cow bell!!!!!! rotflmao
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 6:32:26 PM EDT
Originally Posted By nemo: More_Cowbell that user id is funny as hell!!!!!so was the skit. What i really need to hear is a little more cow bell!!!!!! rotflmao
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..and don't forget next week's episode of... The Continental. A classic skit, the only one that's always funny. But sure, Celebrity Jeopardy is always good for a laugh or two as well. [i]"You'll rue the day you crossed me, Tre-[b]bek[/b]"[/i]
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 6:51:06 PM EDT
Mad TV is good. The Will Sasso impersonating Segal is so freaken funny. So are the Stewart skits. But as a whole SNL is the best. Both the classics and the new stuff. That Brian Fellows skit is too much. And just about everything Will Farrel has done is hysterical. He is a comic genius.
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 6:57:22 PM EDT
Both have more poor skits than good ones, but SNL has a few skits that I particularly like. Brian Fellow is my favorite and company's computer guy is funny sometimes just because it's so true.
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 11:24:10 PM EDT
I quit watching SNL when the first crew left. One of my favorite skits was when Christopher Lee was the guest host. He was playing the grim reaper, and came to call on a little girl (Lorraine newman) to apologize for taking her dog. They spoke for a few minutes, he explaining why death was necessary, yadda, yadda. Anyway, he eventually has to leave. The last few lines of the skit were pretty good.[left]Penny(Lorraine Newman): Mr Death?[/left][left]Mr Death (Christopher Lee): Yes?[/left][left]Penny: Before you leave, will you kiss me goodnight?[/left][left]Mr Death: Penny?[/left][left]Penny: Yes, Mr Death?[/left][left]Mr Death:(Christopher Lee in his best Horror-movie voice) Don't press your luck![/left]
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 11:45:36 PM EDT
"Living in a van down by the river." After a year of underemployment, those words are beginning to haunt me.
Link Posted: 7/6/2002 11:49:21 PM EDT
Massive Headwound Harry- "He smells my dog."
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