One of the few episodes to air from a location outside of NBC's studios at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York, the Mardi Gras Special was broadcast live from New Orleans on Mardi Gras 1977. It was hosted by Randy Newman, who also performed songs, and featured a number of special guests, including Buck Henry, Eric Idle, Cindy Williams, and Henry Winkler.Read More
One week, instead of the beloved, in-studio zaniness of SNL, viewers were treated to this bizarre collection of short docu/mocu-mentary films. Lorraine Newman details her surreal adventures on a tropical vacation. Bill Murray semi-seriously quits comedy for the chance to play minor-league baseball. At the end of summer he again "retires" a la Lou Gehrig. Gilda Radner picks up some extra cash by offering guided tours of her New York City apartment. Jake and Elwood Blues (John Belushi and Dan Ackroyd) rip up the stage on a genuine concert tour. Garrett Morris' vignette has, sadly, faded from memory.Read More
An anniversary show celebrating SNL's 15th season. Chevy Chase returned to reprise his "opening fall" bit in the cold open and Tom Hanks performed the opening monologue. Prince and Paul Simon performed. The show featured a number of special guests, including SNL stars Kevin Nealon, Phil Hartman, Dan Aykroyd, Jon Lovitz, Jane Curtin, Christopher Guest, Martin Short, and Buck Henry, as well as others including Robin Williams, Billy Crystal, Mary Tyler Moore, O.J. Simpson, and Bruce Willis.Read More
A Mother's Day special featuring the SNL ensemble with their real-life mothers as well as a compilation of sketches from the 1992-93 season.Read More
"Best of" anthology from the 1989 Season. Sketches include: Ft. Army Base, Mel Gibson Monolog, Toonces the Driving Cat, Geritech Commercial, Attitudes: Driftwood Sculpture, Big Red Commercial, Weekend Update (George Michael) and Dukakis After Dark.Read More
Adam Sandler, David Spade, Chris Rock, Rob Schneider and Chris Farley put together this hilarious Saturday Night Live sketch celebration! With each one of their memorable characters: Sandler's Opera Man, Spade's sarcastic news commenator, Rock's Nat X, Schneider's Richard the Copy Guy, and Farley's host of the Chris Farley Show.Read More
A TV special celebrating the 25th anniversary of Saturday Night Live. Before a celebrity audience, many of the former cast members and guest hosts return to perform their signature monologues and present a look back at some of the best comedy skits and musical numbers of the past two and a half decades.Read More
No other person has been a guest on Saturday Night Live as many times as the inimitable Steve Martin, which is what makes SNL's Best of Steve Martin compilation the finest of the series. This collection gives us not only clips of some of the show's funniest moments, but also a sense of how the show has evolved from the 1970s. Earlier monologues were rougher, less staged, but absolutely out of control in the best way, as Martin is given free rein to unleash his "happy feet," play the banjo, and generally explore his zaniness. The earliest clip dates from 1976 and the latest from the mid-'90s, showcasing the program's greatest players throughout the seasons--Chevy Chase, Laraine Newman, Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Mike Meyers, Dana Carvey, Nora Dunn, David Spade, Jon Lovitz. The beloved classics are here, from "King Tut," with complete Egyptian regalia, to the arrow through the head to, of course, a "wild and crazy guy." Not enough for you? Well, "excuuuuuuse me." Also included are the Coneheads at home (with Martin playing a hapless IRS agent), "Jeopardy 1999," "Common Knowledge" (one of the wittiest SNL sketches ever), and ads for "Rise" and for "Steve Martin's Penis Cream." This collection will satisfy longtime SNL fans and is a great way to show newer fans what comedy is really about.Read More
Everybody remembers Chris Farley, the big lovably guy from Saturday Night Live. Before he was the Beverly Hills Ninja, or Tommy Boy, or even before he was in Black Sheep or Almost Heroes, Chris was on Saturday Night Live and played characters like Matt Foley the energized motivational speaker, Bennet Brauer the gross-out news correspondent, Chippendales' dancer, and many more!Read More
Saturday Night Live, the critically acclaimed award-winning variety series, has launched the careers of the brightest musical and comedy talent of our time.
Saturday Night Live 25 Years of Music Volume 1 features the best live musical and sketch performances between 1975 - 1980 from the SNL archives with digitally re-mastered surround sound.
Billy Joel Only The Good Die Young 1978, Ray Charles What'd I Say 1975, Carly Simon You're So Vain 1976, Grateful Dead Casey Jones 1978, Simon & Garfunkel The Boxer 1975, Joe Cocker Feelin Alright 1975, Elvis Costello Less Than Zero / Radio Radio 1977, Blues Brothers Soul Man 1978, Patti Smith Gloria 1976, Mick Jagger & Peter Tosh Don't Look Back 1978, The Band The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down 1976
Plus Sketches starring John Belushi, Steve Martin, Jane Curtin, Laine Newman, Gilda Radner, Chevy Chase, Paul Simon, Bill Murray, Andy Kaufman, Lorne Michaels, Dan Aykroyd and Mick JaggerRead More
Fill your cup of cheer to the brim with this classic collection of Saturday Night Live send-ups: -The "Lost" Ending to It's a Wonderful Life -Adam Sandler's Hanukkah Song -Dysfunctional Family Christmas -Master Thespian as Santa -The Church Lady's rockin' drum solo -Mr. Robinson's Christmas -Martha Stewart's Topless Christmas Special. Ho Ho Ha! Get the gift of laughter from your favorite Saturday Night Live cast members including Dana Carvey, Chevy Chase, Jane Curtin, Phil Hartman, Jon Lovitz, Eddie Murphy, Bill Murray, Mike Myers, Adam Sandler and many more! You'll laugh out loud with special guests Alec Baldwin, Candice Bergen, Danny DeVito, Steve Martin, Paul Simon and William Shatner. It's great comedy fun any time of the year.Read More
Considered one of the bad boys of SNL, David Spade has been making television and movie audiences laugh for years with his unique blend of sarcasm and wit. See where it all began with some of his most memorable moments on SNL. You'll enjoy Spade's classic characters like The Receptionist, Gap Girls, Don Lapre, and of course the Flight Attendant wishing you a good day and "Buh Bye". You'll also enjoy Spade in America featuring Teri Hatcher, Sean Penn, and Christopher Walken.Read More
Saturday Night Live, the critically acclaimed award-winning variety series, has launched the careers of the brightest musical and comedy talent of our time.
Saturday Night Live 25 Years of Music Volume 2 features the best live musical and sketch performances between 1980 - 1985 from the SNL archives with digitally re-mastered surround sound.
Tina Turner Better Be Good to Me 1985, James Brown I Got You 1980, Queen Crazy Little Thing Called Love 1982, Randy Newman I Love L.A. 1983, The Go Go's We Got the Beat 1981, Rick James Super Freak 1981, Talking Heads Take Me To The River 1979, Spinal Tap Big Bottom 1984, John Mellencamp Pink Houses 1983, Duran Duran Hungry Like The Wolf 1983
Plus Sketches starring Martin Short, Eddie Murphy, Billy Crystal, Ringo Starr, Stevie Wonder, Joe Piscopo and Rich HallRead More
Saturday Night Live, the critically acclaimed award-winning variety series, has launched the careers of the brightest musical and comedy talent of our time.
Saturday Night Live 25 Years of Music Volume 3 features the best live musical and sketch performances between 1985 - 1990 from the SNL archives with digitally re-mastered surround sound.
The Bangles Hazy Shade of Winter 1988, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Free Falin' 1989, Paul Simon Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes 1986, Neil Young Rockin' in the Free World 1989, Roy Orbison O Pretty Woman 1987, Pretenders Don't Get Me Wrong 1986, Fine Young Cannibals She Drives Me Crazy 1989, Sting We'll Be Together 1987, Elvis Costello Veronica 1989
Plus Sketches starring Mike Myers, Dana Carvey, Aerosmith, Chris Farley, Patrick Swayze, Jon Lovitz, Harry Hall, Mick Jagger, Phil Hartman, Michael Myers, Chris Rock, Sting, Valerie Bertinelli & Eddie Van HalenRead More
Saturday Night Live 25 Years of Music Volume 5 features the best live musical and sketch performances between 1990 - 1995 from the SNL archives with digitally re-mastered surround sound.
Losing My Religion (1991) - R.E.M. | War (1992) - SINEAD O'CONNOR | Fever (1993) - MADONNA | Chain of Fools (1994) - ARETHA FRANKLIN | Wonderful Tonight (1990) - ERIC CLAPTON | Rape Me (1993) - NIRVANA | Hey Jude (1993) - PAUL MCCARTNEY | Free Your Mind (1992) - EN VOGUE | Round Here (1994) - COUNTING CROWS | I Alone (1995) - LIVE | No Rain (1994) - BLIND MELON
Plus Sketches starring Mike Myers, Mick Jagger, Dana Carvey, Madonna, Phil Hartman, Adam Sandler, Chris Farley, James Taylor, Rosie O'Donnell, Kevin Knealon, David Spade, Paul McCartney, Michael BoltonRead More
Saturday Night Live 25 Years of Music Volume 5 features the best live musical and sketch performances between 1995 - 2000 from the SNL archives with digitally re-mastered surround sound.
Mariah Carey Butterfly 1997, No Doubt Don't Speak 1996, Alanis Morissette Hand In My Pocket 1995, Spice Girls Wannabe 1997, Garbage Special 1999, Jewel Who Will Save Your Soul 1997, Hanson Mmm Bop 1997, Beck Where It's At 1997, Snoop Doggy Dog Snoop's Upside Upside Your Head 1997, Metallica Fuel 1997, Garth Brooks Two Piña Coladas 1998, Dave Matthews Band What Would You Say 1995, Backstreet Boys All I Have To Give 1999, Ricky Martin Livin' La Vida Loca 1999, Paula Cole I Don't Want To Wait 1998
Plus Sketches starring Matthew Broderick, Will Ferrell, Paula Abdul, Jon Lovitz, Kevin Spacey, Beck, Michael Palin, Garth Brooks, Joshua JacksonRead More
Before he was The Nutty Professor, before he was Dr. Dolittle, and even before he was the Beverly Hills Cop, Eddie Murphy was an SNL comic! From 1981-1984 he entertained us with sketches as Gumby, Mister Robinson, Buckwheat, Velvet Jones and many more! He was before Chris Rock, Tracey Morgan, and Tim Meadows! And after Garrett Morris!Read More
His shocking death was a tragedy, but his SNL legacy is a treasure. Here are Phil Hartman's unforgettable characterizations of Bill Clinton, Phil Donahue, Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer, Frank Sinatra, Frankenstein, Ronald Reagan, Barbara Bush and many others.Read More
PARTY ON as Saturday Night Live celebrates Mike Myers' six awesome seasons as a regular on the show. Compiled by the producers of SNL, Mike Myers' lineup of characters totally rules:
Wayne Campbell of Wayne's World; Dieter, host of Sprockets; Linda Richman, hostess of Coffee Talk; Simon; Phillip, the Hyper-Hypo kid; Ron WoodRead More
In all of Saturday Night Live history, one of the greatest of the greats is Will Ferrell, and this is the ulitimate collection for the Ferrell fan. You'll get Janet Reno's Dance Party, The Lovers, James Lipton's "Inside the Actor's Studio," the classic Wake Up and Smile, the legendary Bill Brasky, and many more.Read More
Born and raised in New York City, Tracy Morgan epitomized the bold and defiant attitude essential to being an "SNL" star. Bringing a sense of fearlessness to the stage, Morgan was sure to make uproarious moments come alive each and every week … just as long as you brought him a soda. Finally, you can watch the best of Brian Fellow, Astronaut Jones, Dominican Lou, Woodrow and many other characters Morgan created.Read More
Saturday Night Live presents a compilation of comedy sketches and a montage of Weekend Update moments featuring former cast member Jimmy Fallon. Fallon co-hosted the Weekend Update segments with head writer Tina Fey, and his deft mimicry of Adam Sandler and others during sketches may surprise viewers. Ben Affleck, Britney Spears, Janet Jackson, Jennifer Aniston, Robert DeNiro, and Paris Hilton also appear in sketches with Fallon, an SNL regular from 1998 to the 2003-04 season. Prominent fellow cast members included Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Chris Kattan, and Horatio Sanz.Read More
Known for its sidesplitting regular cast and a parade of celebrity guest hosts, "Saturday Night Live" gives A-list actors the chance to let their hair down. (Christopher Walken, anyone?) This collection of Alec Baldwin's most memorable appearances includes the infamous "Canteen Boy" skit, in which he plays a scoutmaster to Adam Sandler's scout, and "Delicious Dish," in which Baldwin hawks "Schwetty Weiners."Read More
This volume features Tom Hanks' work on Saturday Night Live, from his first appearance on the ill-fated '85-'86 season through the late nineties, but the majority of the material deals with the Hartman-Lovitz years, my personal favorite cast. Hanks and Lovitz, in particular, are paired quite often, especially in their frequent "Girl Watchers" sketches and an audience interview segment with Lovitz asking Hanks who his favorite performer on the show was (and he doesn't stop until he hears Jon Lovitz). Some of the stuff is familiar--the Wayne's World represented here is the Aerosmith one, and that and "Jew, not a Jew" were available on the videotape. However, there are a LOT of sketches here that will likely not see the light of day again, like Hanks, Damon Wayans, and others playing stand-up comics who deliver every line in their lives like a stand-up act, the really funny "Five-Timers" sketch, which centers around an exclusive club where five-time hosts reside (with SNL poking a little fun at its rarefied image), and a sketch where Hanks plays a loving husband that occasionally fantasizes that his wife is dead.Read More
Stand-up comic turned SNL cast member, Jon Lovitz created some of the funniest charaters to appear on television in recent years. From Master Thespian to master impressions, you'll laugh at Lovitz playing Michael Dukakis, David Crosby, Andrew Dice Clay. Lovitz also shows his incredible talent with hilarious and memorable original characters such as The Devil, Hannukah Harry, The Liar and Annoying Man.Read More
A retrospective of the first 5 years of Saturday Night Live.Read More
Dan Aykroyd is sooo underrated. People always mention Chevy, Belushi, and Bill Murray, but Dan Aykroyd was the anchor to the whole shebang. If you watch this, notice how he never seems to screw up. He's always on cue, even when he's a mile a minute sleazy salesman in a fake ad. This is saying a lot, considering it was live TV in front of millions. But most of all, he's hilarious. There's Fred Garvin..Male Prostitute; the guy accused of producing dangerous Halloween costumes...like the Johnny Adventure Action Set (or something like that), which includes oily rags and a giant Zippo. He also did a Christmas toy one (not included here, unfortunately) which was simply a bag of nails. The Wild and Crazy Guys are included, as well as Elwood, and the Coneheads. Omitted, unfortunately, is his Point/Counterpoint, featuring the famous line, "Jane, you ignorant slut"; but see this anyway. It's a reminder of just how great and innovative and irreverent the Not Ready for Prime Time Players were. And how brilliant Dan Aykroyd was and is.Read More
Gilda Radner, one of SNL's original cast members is considered to be one of the most gifted comediennes of all time. Radner's sweet and loveable appeal quickly turned her into one of America's favorite women. See all of her fantastic performances as some of the funniest characters ever seen on television, including Emily Litella, Roseanne Roseannadanna, Candy Slice, Baba Wawa and the nerdy Lisa Loopner.Read More
During his time at SNL, original cast member John Belushi created some of the most memorable characters in television history. One of the most brilliant comedic performers of all time, Belushi's rebellious presence and intensity changed the face of comedy forever. From classic original characters like the Blues Brothers, King Bee and Samurai Warrior to incomparable impressions of Joe Cocker, Marlon Brando, Elizabeth Taylor and more, you can experience the best of Belushi for years to come.Read More
A look back at the funniest and most memorable commercial parodies from the past years of SNL, originally broadcast in the early 90s, hosted by Kevin Nealon and Victoria Jackson; later revisited in 2005, hosted by Will Ferrell, featuring a wrap-around of Ferrell heading to a commercial audition; re-edited and shown with newer commercial parodies on March 8, 2009, under the title SNL: Just CommercialsRead More
In what is revealed to be a commercial for the vegetable, two friends (Will Forte, Andy Samberg) discuss the death of an unnamed friend while taking large bites out of heads of lettuce. Written and filmed in November 2005 and originally cut from dress rehearsal of the Eva Longoria episode.Read More
Parnell and Samberg rhyme about The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, cupcakes, Mr. Pibb, Red Vines, Matthew Perry, and a host of other products. The short became a viral video online. Music produced by Jorma Taccone.Read More
A Chuck Norris fan (Jason Sudeikis) sings a rock ballad about the action star (Samberg) before he became famous. There are cameos by Fred Armisen as a criminal mugging a woman, played by Amy Poehler, and Taccone as a man being robbed by Bill Hader.Read More
Joel (Armisen) rambles endlessly about a restaurant he visited to his friend Liz (Kristen Wiig) at first, and becomes so involved in the story that he fails to notice that he is discovered by talent scouts (Hader, Parnell), stars in a movie with Scarlett Johansson, becomes a national phenomenon, and then loses it all when his movie flops at the box office. Brian Williams, MTV correspondent Gideon Yago, and Conan O'Brien also make cameo appearances.
This short was filmed the week of the Johansson episode, but was cut after dress rehearsal from both that episode and the Peter Sarsgaard episode before finally airing on the Steve Martin/Prince episode.Read More
Natalie Portman is interviewed about her life and responds with a rap proving she is a "badass bitch", poking fun at her clean and intellectual image. She slaps Seth Meyers and throws a chair at Parnell. Samberg appears as Flavor Flav. Music produced by Jorma Taccone and Asa Taccone, and mixed by Ben LovettRead More
Meyers, Forte, and Samberg are on a lunch break and start to notice that each one has a doppelgänger nearby. After Meyers and Forte say that a large bum (Horatio Sanz) is Samberg's doppelgänger, they kill the real Samberg in an evil twin scenario.Read More
In a frame story, Hader and Samberg pitch their new ultra low-budget Digital Short, Laser Cats! to SNL executive producer Lorne Michaels. In the Laser Cats! short itself (a short within a short), Hader and Samberg play the heroes Nitro and Admiral Spaceship in a post-nuclear war world in which cats can shoot lasers from their mouths and are used as weapons. They are saving the princess (Lindsay Lohan) from the evil Robotron (Will Forte). Rachel Dratch makes an appearance, disguising herself as the princess/Lohan. Jorma Taccone appears in the opening credits for Laser Cats!. Fred Armisen also makes a cameo.
Laser Cats! is shot in the SNL offices with gleeful haphazardness because, according to Samberg in the special Saturday Night Live in the 2000s, “it’s supposed to suck.”Read More
Sometimes controversial but always hilarious, Robert Smigel's "TV Funhouse" cartoons have contained some of Saturday Night Live's most memorable material in recent years. Ace and Gary, "The Ambiguously Gay Duo" (voiced by Steve Carell and Stephen Colbert), host this critically acclaimed collection, which features hits like "X-Presidents," "Saddam and Osama," "The Narrator That Ruined Christmas," "Smurfette," "The New Adventures of Mr. T," "Fun With Real Audio" and more, with appearances by the full cast of SNL.Read More
Friends in the early 1990s (Kenan Thompson, Forte, and Parnell) discuss the music video by pop stars Ariel (Andy Samberg) and Efrim (Tom Hanks), where we see the lyrics consist of constantly begging for their testicles not to be harmed, in a parody of Right Said Fred's "I'm Too Sexy" and C+C Music Factory's "Gonna Make You Sweat". Also, Fred Armisen plays the guitar player, Jorma Taccone appears as a backup dancer, and Amy Poehler and Maya Rudolph are women in the video.Read More
A distraught man (Samberg), pressed against the side of a building, threatens to jump to his death. A second man (Forte), using a bullhorn, tries to talk him out of it. After a bit of dialogue, it is revealed that the distraught man is safely on the ground and his friend is kneeling mere inches away from him. The short ends after it is revealed to be a commercial for peyote.
Peyote was written and filmed after Lettuce had aired, making it the second SNL Digital Short made by The Lonely Island. It was deemed "too similar" to Lettuce to be aired right away, however, so the group produced Lazy Sunday to showcase other aspects of their comedic range.Read More
Conner4real (Samberg) sings about hooking up with a girl (Vanessa Bayer) who used the assassination of Osama bin Laden (episode host Fred Armisen) as an example of the kind of sex she wanted to have. Cast member Jay Pharoah also makes a cameo appearance as Barack Obama.
From the soundtrack for The Lonely Island's feature film, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping.Read More
Cheri Oteri's peppy, energetic style always made her characters on SNL hilarious to watch. From physical comedy (along side Will Ferrell) as the Cheerleader, Arianna, to impressions of Barbara Walters and Judge Judy, to wacky characters like Rita Del Vecchio, Nadeen or prescription drug junkie Collette Reardon, Cheri made audiences laugh so hard they often needed time to "Simma Down."Read More
Since the creation of Saturday Night Live in the 1970s, one of the signatures of the show has been its commercial parodies. From subtle to outrageous, silly to realistic, SNL has always been able to poke fun at the folks on Madison Avenue with a variety of products not actually for sale. Now you can enjoy your favorite commercial parodies that have aired over the past 30 years, hosted by funny man Will Ferrell. Watch classics like "Little Chocolate Donuts," "Happy Fun Ball," "Mom Jeans," "Colon Blow," "Taco Town," "Love Toilet," "Oops I Crapped My Pants" or "Bassomatic" again and again.Read More
New office employee Gary (Bill Hader) gets into a fight to the death with incumbent cubicle holder Steve (episode host Dane Cook). Jason Sudeikis appears as the boss and Andy Samberg, Will Forte, Fred Armisen, Kenan Thompson, Amy Poehler and Kristen Wiig are other employees cheering on the fight.Read More
Harpoon Man (John C. Reilly), a suave action hero and parody of Shaft, tracks down an insulting announcer dressed as a whale (Samberg), who is narrating his life in a theme song. There are appearances by Jorma Taccone, who plays a man getting robbed, and Bill Hader, who plays the man robbing Taccone.Read More
A fast food boss (Armisen) gives his employees (Forte, Matthew Fox, Poehler, Samberg, Thompson) a pep talk and has trouble controlling his anger until one of his employees (Forte) comes in late.
It originally was scheduled to air on the episode hosted by Matthew Fox (which explains his appearance), but ended up airing on the following episode hosted by Annette Bening.Read More
The trailer for Mel Gibson's film Apocalypto is newly subtitled, implying that the Jews destroyed the Maya civilization, in reference to Gibson's anti-semitic remarks in 2006.Read More
A Christmas song about two men (Justin Timberlake and Samberg) giving their lovers (Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph) a box with their genitalia inside as presents, in a style reminiscent of early 1990s R&B sex ballads made popular by acts such as Bel Biv Devoe, Color Me Badd, and R. Kelly.
Won a 2007 Creative Arts Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Music and Lyrics. Music created in part by Asa Taccone, Jorma Taccone and Katreese Barnes. It was the first official single from The Lonely Island's debut album, Incredibad.Read More
In the same frame-story format, Hader and Samberg apologize to Lorne Michaels for the original Laser Cats! claiming to understand where they went wrong: not enough politics. They then introduce Laser Cats! 2, based on the same premise, now set in the Iraq War which has gone nuclear and caused the feline mutations. This time, Dr. Scientist (Jake Gyllenhaal) has stolen the cure that turns Laser Cats back into regular cats. Jorma Taccone appears in the opening credits for Laser Cats! 2 (Which is the same as Laser Cats!), and Fred Armisen and Amy Poehler are the scientists who created the cure.Read More
In three parodies of MacGyver, the titular hero (Forte) demands odd objects of his disgusted sidekicks (Jeremy Piven, Rudolph) in his attempts to stop catastrophic events that are mere seconds away. The episodes invariably end with his failure to stop the event.Read More
Samberg quietly pops into view as the camera routinely cuts to different locations and landmarks. Forte begins doing the same, before being forced out by Samberg at gunpoint.
Samberg wears his "Andy" shirt from the failed sketch show Awesometown created by The Lonely Island.Read More
A corporate executive (Rainn Wilson) leads a meeting to take ideas on how to save his failing company, and hears suggestions from an increasingly bizarre set of employees, including a gigantic turkey sub and Arcade Fire. Upon reaching the end of the meeting, Wilson receives a phone call, seemingly informing him that the office building is about to be blown up. Then, the office building explodes, killing all of them inside.Read More
In a spoof of The O.C. episode "The Dearly Beloved", a man (Hader) writes a letter to his sister, he is shot by his friend (Samberg), leading to a series of overly dramatic, slow-motion shootings set to "Hide and Seek" by Imogen Heap, including their roommate (Shia LaBeouf), the sister (Wiig), and two police officers (Sudeikis, Armisen).Read More
Enjoy some of the best sketches from the 2006 - 07 season including "A-Holes" Jason Sudeikis and Kristen Wiig Darrell Hammond's impression of Donald Trump Amy Poehler and Maya Rudolph in "Bronx Beat" and SNL Digital Short "D**k in a Box" featuring Andy Sambergand Justin Timberlake.The 2006 - 07 season also included some hilarious performances from hosts Alec Baldwin Dane Cook Jake Gyllenhaal Hugh Laurie Matthew Fox Ludacris former cast member Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Super Bowl champion Peyton Manning in a very special public service announcement.Read More
A documentary look at the long-running variety program during two seperate eras: the overpopulated early-90s cast that featured Chris Farley and Adam Sandler, and the zany late-90s cast that featured Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon.Read More
In three more segments, the titular hero (Forte), after 15 years of sobriety, begins drinking just as his sidekicks (Molly Shannon, Rudolph) need his bomb-defusing skills most. MacGruber's behavior evolves into a parody of David Hasselhoff's hangover video.Read More
While meeting the owner of an apartment (Zach Braff) that is available for sublet, a potential candidate (Samberg) is shocked to find out that the owner's dog (voiced by Taccone) not only can talk, but has fallen in love with him. He finds out later that the dog was using him to get a plate of ham. The owner implies that this happens regularly, but the dog convinces the man that it's still something more, and the man ends up French kissing the dog.Read More
Samberg sings a love song for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (Armisen), along with Adam Levine from Maroon 5, sampling "Avril 14th" by Aphex Twin, with a chorus based on the 1982 A Flock of Seagulls hit "I Ran (So Far Away)". Jake Gyllenhaal has a cameo, owing to the observation that Ahmadinejad looks like "a very hairy Jake Gyllenhaal".Read More
In a style similar to the Season 32 Digital Short Andy Popping Into Frame, Samberg sneaks up on people and punches them just as they area about to start eating their respective foods, then gleefully dances afterwards. His victims include Forte, Armisen, Sudeikis, Taccone, episode host Jon Bon Jovi, and Taylor Hawkins and Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters. The victims, who have turned into zombies, show up en masse and chase Samberg around the world before breaking out into the Zombie Dance. The shorts ends with a close-up shot of Samberg's face above a graphic that reads, "Believe in Your Dreams".Read More
It is one of the most influential and enduring shows in the history of television. For more than a quarter of a century, Lorne Michael's brainchild has been a weekend staple of millions of viewers, helping to launch the careers of a veritable who's who of comedy legends.The most in-depth look at SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE ever filmed, this special BIOGRAPHY® goes behind-the-scenes for a complete production week as the cast, crew and host Gwyneth Paltrow prepare for the November 10, 2001 episode of the show. See how every aspect of SNL works, from the Monday morning pitch meeting to the makeup tests, dress rehearsals and the iconic "Live from New York, it's Saturday night" opening. Creator Lorne Michaels, original writers Anne Beatts and Tom Schiller and a host of former stars--including Chevy Chase, Al Franken, Molly Shannon, Joe Piscopo and Adam Sandler-share their favorite SNL memories, and you'll see rare clips of hilarious skits that never made it to the air--until now.Join BIOGRAPHY® for an unforgettable look at a TV legend that remains vital and vibrant after nearly thirty years.Read More
An old man presents films which have his grandsons (Hader and Samberg) digitally inserted in order to help old people be more comfortable with today's films. Features clips from the films No Country for Old Men, Michael Clayton, Juno, Transformers (referred to as "The Transforming Robots"), and There Will Be Blood.Read More
A fake commercial about a woman (Kristen Wiig) offering free hot air balloon rides to combat the long lines and intrusive searches at airports.
There was a 2nd part to this commercial, in which Horsen flies over New York and Montreal, that was cut for time from the original airing. Both parts aired during Alec Baldwin's 2008–2009 appearance.Read More
A girl (Ellen Page) wakes up from a nightmare and begins seeing a zombie (Samberg) in her bathroom mirror, which turns out to be the nightmare of the zombie, a wolf man (Forte), and a woman named Debbie (Wiig) who is married to Dracula (Sudeikis). After several nightmares, the camera returns to Page waking up from a nightmare, and as the short ends, the zombie pops up at her bedside.Read More
MacGruber (Forte) feels insecure when his assistant (Jonah Hill) says that he cannot do his job when he and Vicky (Wiig) need his bomb-defusing skills the most.
Only two segments aired. In the third segment (which is available on some video websites), Hader appears as MacGruber's life coach.Read More
Samberg and Hader interrupt Lorne Michaels' dinner with Christopher Dodd (appearing as himself) to attempt to pitch Laser Cats! again, this time with a scene enhanced by 3D glasses. The plot revolves around a ban on all laser cats and a battle against the corrupt Mayor Top-Hat (Thompson). Christopher Walken appears as a general.Read More
Samberg appears in an amateur, early-90s music video about a girl who loves to drink daiquiris. Meanwhile, text scrolls up the screen explaining that the producers apologize for airing the video because a certain musical guest (Gnarls Barkley) failed to appear for the shooting of a digital short, despite an agreement to do otherwise.Read More
Samberg and host Shia LaBeouf sing a high-energy country song for an infomercial about Samberg's new dress shirt, black socks, no pants look (the best look in the world). Armisen, Forte, Thompson, Sudeikis, and Hader all appear as people following the trend (a dad, a husband, two cops, and an illiterate genie).Read More
MacGruber and his son, Merrill (Shia LaBeouf), team up together. However, in the process of escaping, Merrill inadvertently confesses that he's gay (by showing anal lubricant, a vibrating dildo, and his boyfriend Scott (Samberg) showing up) leaving MacGruber to make him straight again by reciting Bible verses and forcing him to kiss Vicky (Wiig).Read More
Ricky Gervais presents a clip from a Japanese show that was his inspiration for The Office, featuring Japanese versions of Michael (Steve Carell), Dwight (Hader), Jim (Sudeikis), Pam (Wiig), and Stanley (Thompson). Also, Darrell Hammond plays Regis Philbin in a tampon commercial.
At the end of the episode, Gervais comments "It's funny 'cause it's racist".Read More
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Samberg, dressed in a white pompadour wig and spangled jumpsuit, sings a song promoting a low-budget, ill-planned, ultimately doomed athletic competition held in space in the year 3022. Athletes are portrayed by Sudeikis, Casey Wilson, Hader, and episode host Michael Phelps.Read More
In this spoof of teen dramas, a young man (James Franco) is talked to by a girl (Kristen Wiig). Some small talk is made, until the subject of his small "ding-dong" comes up. Then another girl (an uncredited cameo by future season 35 host Blake Lively) comes up to him and tells him she has a small "ding-dong", too.Read More
Samberg walks around New York City asking people if they're registered to vote, which Wiig's character points out had ended two weeks prior. Meanwhile, Samberg also fights back vomiting a spicy hot dog he stole.
(Aired with the official "An SNL Digital Short" title card during the third episode of the show's limited-run series Weekend Update Thursday.)Read More
Samberg plays a college student legalist who has converted to Rastafarianism, who sings boastfully (and stereotypically) about the culture, while being aware that he's not fit for it when he walks by a group of actual Rastas. Wiig and Wilson appear as backup singers. (The real backup is actually provided by J. Newsom and Maya Rudolph). In the Incredibad version, the song ends with a fade. Music produced by Sly & Robbie.Read More
In a clip from Paul Rudd's new movie, Samberg romantically paints him nude and then Rudd returns the favor (A parody of the film Titanic). While selling the painting at an auction, it is shown to be so graphic that everyone who sees it begins convulsing violently, vomiting, bleeding from the eyes, and committing violent acts of suicide. Fred Armisen appears as the auctioneer, Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig as Indiana Jones and Marion Ravenwood respectively (parodying the ending of Raiders of the Lost Ark), and Casey Wilson as the interviewer.Read More
Kristen Wiig reprises her role as Virgania Horsen in a crudely made commercial for her new business, which consists of mail delivery by horse.
(The first short featuring Wiig in this role, Virgania Horsen’s Hot Air Balloon Rides, originally aired on February 23, 2008 without the official "An SNL Digital Short" title card.)Read More
Samberg and Taccone rap about their personal experiences with premature ejaculation, often at the slightest provocation. Schaffer plays the role of a DJ who mixes beats for the other two as they perform. Molly Sims, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, and Justin Timberlake make cameo appearances.
The third single from The Lonely Island's debut album, Incredibad, and the first music video featuring all three members.Read More
A corporate executive (Hugh Laurie) announces to the department heads that things are not going well and drastic steps may need to be taken. As the others ask questions and fret about their futures, Marcus (Armisen) becomes increasingly distracting as he stretches himself out to reach a plate of cookies on the table. At the end of the skit, another executive (Thompson) reveals that the "cookies" are really laxatives.Read More
A clip show episode highlighting SNL's many sports-themed sketches and the many sports stars who have appeared on the show, such as Derek Jeter, Peyton Manning, Michael Phelps, Nancy Kerrigan, Walter Payton, Joe Montana, Michael Jordan, and Charles Barkley.Read More
Neil Patrick Harris and the entire SNL cast perform the theme to Doogie Howser, M.D.. Harris wears a tuxedo while everyone else is dressed as Doogie Howser in blonde wigs, lab coats with a picture ID of Doogie on them, dress shirts, colorful ties, acid washed jeans, and Nike hi-tops (Armisen and Samberg wear green sunglasses as well). Harris plays keyboard; Wilson, Elliott, and Michaela Watkins play violin; Moynihan plays tuba; Thompson plays harp; Hader plays saxophone; Hammond plays trumpet; Wiig plays electric guitar; Sudeikis plays double bass; Forte plays drum kit; Armisen plays synthesizer; and Samberg plays an Akai MPC 2000XL drum machine. At the end of the performance, Harris sheds a single tear.Read More
Samberg and Fred Armisen casually talk in a break room while Forte sings about every little thing that they're doing (giving each other a high five, reading magazines, drinking soda, and wearing dresses). At the end, it's revealed to actually be a commercial for the D.A.R.E. program.
It was originally cut from the Ben Affleck dress rehearsal.Read More
Episode host Steve Martin walks into the office of Lorne Michaels and asks if he could air a short video that he and "some film people" made, which turns out to be yet another installment of Laser Cats!. It becomes evident that Samberg and Bill Hader have put Martin up to the task of presenting the short, crediting him as Executive Producer as well. A "half human, half Laser Cat, half RoboCop" named Cyber-Face (Kenan Thompson) is presented to a group of scientists by their colleague (Will Forte) but quickly goes haywire. Admiral Spaceship (Samberg) and Nitro (Hader) intervene to put an end to its killing spree, and are shocked to find out that Cyber-Face is Admiral Spaceship's estranged father (Martin) right before he is gunned down by police officers. Cyeber-Face apologizes for being a deadbeat dad and reveals that Spaceship and Nitro are brothers before self-destructing. Michaels kicks everyone out of his office in disgust.Read More
Samberg wins a prize from a cereal box for a boat trip for three people and selects Schaffer and, to Taccone's surprise and dismay, T-Pain to join him. The short then cuts to the lucky trio performing an "aggressive" and expletive-laden rap about their boat ride (the word "fuck" is used 17 times), with occasional shots of Taccone having a miserable time back on land.
The fourth single from The Lonely Island's debut album, Incredibad.Read More
Samberg blackmails the Jonas Brothers with a videotape of them as an '80s band called Property of the Queen. Samberg ultimately wants to know how they stayed young for 25 years and it is revealed that the wizard featured in one of their music videos (Bill Hader) kept them young.Read More
A look back at the funniest and most memorable commercial parodies from the past years of SNL. Hosted by Will Ferrell, featuring a wrap-around of Ferrell heading to a commercial audition.
This was originally broadcast in the early 90s, hosted by Kevin Nealon and Victoria Jackson, but was re-edited and shown with newer commercial parodies.Read More
Samberg and Hader are at a party where everyone and everything is a literal representation of a slang term (i.e., a "serial rapist" (Forte) is shown having sex with a box of cereal, a group of "motherfuckers" are men with their mothers, a group of "sons of bitches" are a litter of puppies, a "numbnuts" is a man (John Lutz) shown sitting on a block of ice with his pants around his ankles, a group of "jokers" are dressed as different incarnations of The Joker from The Dark Knight, a knucklehead is a hand with plastic eyes glued on it, etc.). When Samberg and Hader discover "two douchebags", however, it's revealed that they're looking at themselves in a mirror.Read More
During a performance review conducted by episode host Seth Rogen, Samberg raps about his typical day as the boss of a large company. The first few activities he names are what one might expect, such as approving memos and micromanaging his staff (John Mulaney). His actions become increasingly erratic, however, after a subordinate (Kristin Wiig) rejects his advances and he is consequently denied a promotion. The boss's description ends with him turning into a jet, crashing into the sun, and dying. Rogen leaves the performance review in apparent disgust as Samberg repeatedly reminds him, "I'm the boss."
The fifth single from The Lonely Island's debut album, Incredibad, Rogen's voice replaces Schaffer's as the company evaluator, though Schaffer does appear in the short as a hooded gun dealer. Taccone also makes a cameo appearance as the man who hands Samberg a notice about a harassment lawsuit filed by Wiig.Read More
Five months after the events of "Dick in a Box," Samberg and Timberlake's characters (who have just been released from prison) sing about special gifts for Mother's Day, with Susan Sarandon and Patricia Clarkson appearing as their mothers. They decide the best present for them would be for them to have sex with the other's mother. They proclaim it is the second best idea they have ever had. The song was originally omitted from sessions for the album Incredibad, as produced by Asa Taccone and Drew Campbell. The fourth single from The Lonely Island's second album, Turtleneck & Chain.Read More
A beatnik (Samberg) performs slam poetry about how he fights "the system" by throwing objects on the ground. His actions quickly become bizarre as he throws a child's birthday cake, his girlfriend's cellphone, and a fish bowl on the ground for no apparent reason. Things take a turn for the worse when the beatnik attacks Ryan Reynolds' and Elijah Wood (both appearing as themselves) during their dinner by flipping their table. An incensed Wood and Reynolds chase down the beatnik and taser him "in the butthole."
The 15th track on The Lonely Island's second album, Turtleneck & Chain.Read More
A 1990s commercial for two amateur laser magicians (played by Fred Armisen and episode host Drew Barrymore). They announce they are suitable for any occasion such as birthday parties, but disrupt events such as graduations, engagements, and people meeting their biological parents. As the video progresses, the two fall on hard times and are arrested for harassing people on the street.Read More
Now you can enjoy the best of Amy Poehler's SNL sketches including her portrayal of US Secretary of State and former First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, Bronx Beat, the Dakota Fanning Show and Jo Jo The Valet. Plus relive some her most hilarious moments alongside Weekend Update partner Seth Meyers.Read More
Andy Samberg sings a very raunchy techno/hip-hop ballad about his love, Reba McEntire. Samberg seems completely unaware that "Reba" is actually just a homeless man (played by Kenan Thompson) who found a red wig in a dumpster and is masquerading as the country superstar despite looking and sounding nothing like her.
Bonus track on Lonely Island's new album, Turtleneck and Chain.Read More
In another installment of An SNL Movie Trailer Re-Cut, the trailer for the disaster film 2012 is changed into a political horror about Sarah Palin's possible election as U.S. President that year.Read More
Rihanna and a redheaded nerd named Shy Ronnie (Samberg) perform an uplifting song for a classroom full of children, but the song is ruined by Shy Ronnie's weak singing (and bladder control). Rihanna eventually leaves, at which point Ronnie mouths off to the kids.
This short was nominated for an Emmy for outstanding music.Read More
A compilation of SNL's December holiday-themed sketches, with some new sketches, hosted by Kristen Wiig as her character Gilly; the latest incarnation of SNL Christmas specials, dating back to the early 90s under the title Saturday Night Live Christmas PastRead More
James Franco guest stars on a children's show about wearing "jammies," and performs the "jammy shuffle." The background singers then announce that it is time for the cast to take pills and attack each other in the dark with knives. When the lights come back on, only a horrified, blood-covered Franco is left alive; the singers dub him the "king" as he screams for help.Read More
Samberg and Hader once again try to persuade Lorne Michaels with another Laser Cats! movie with some "help" from James Cameron (appearing as himself). The short includes many references to James Cameron's films, including Aliens (Sigourney Weaver reprises her role as Ellen Ripley), The Terminator, Titanic, and Avatar.Read More
In a loose parody of Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell, a young businessman (Samberg) is cursed by a homeless shaman (Fred Armisen) to be haunted by a sexy, shirtless saxophonist named Sergio (played by host Jon Hamm) after stepping on the shaman's dreamcatcher and not paying for it.
The saxophonist is loosely based on a scene from the 1987 film The Lost Boys featuring musician Timmy Cappello.Read More
Samberg raps about the many different flags of the world, including the American flag, "Spain-ish" flag, "We Love Betty White" flag (referring to the campaign on Facebook to get her to host the show), "No You Didn't" flag, and a "Black Flag" based on the band of the same name.Read More
Zach Galifianakis shows up on the sets of various NBC shows (with fictional scenes and archival footage) either talking to the actors, or just standing in the background, finishing with a clip from a 1984 SNL episode hosted by Robin Williams showing a bearded child (supposedly Galifinakis) and the words: "Zack Galifinakis: on TV for over 30 years."
The NBC Website has posted this as a Digital Short, despite that it didn't have the "SNL Digital Short" title screen on the televised version.Read More
A music video for the song "Boombox" featuring Samberg and Julian Casablancas. The second verse from the album version of the song was not included in the video. Cameos by Schaffer (dancing with two cops), Fred Armisen (the Spanish guy doing the Bartman), and Bobby Moynihan (the orderly in the old folks' home who steals one of the resident's money).
The eighth track on The Lonely Island's first album, Incredibad.Read More
Saturday Night Live in the 2000s is a two-hour documentary television special that showcases the years of Saturday Night Live from 2000–2009. It features interviews with the cast and crew from those years, and aired on NBC on April 15, 2010.
Topics discussed include Jimmy Fallon and Tina Fey as the new Weekend Update anchors after the departure of Colin Quinn, how SNL became popular for its spoofs on the 2000 United States presidential election, how the show's humor survived the 9/11 attacks and the anthrax scare, Will Ferrell's departure at the end of season 27 and the search for a replacement cast member to play George W. Bush, SNL's shaky years between seasons 28 and 30 due to Jimmy Fallon's and Horatio Sanz's cracking up on camera, Jimmy Fallon's departure from the show, Amy Poehler teaming up with Tina Fey for Weekend Update, the hiring of Bill Hader, Andy Samberg, and Kristen Wiig, and SNL regaining its popularity with the Digital Shorts, and fan-favorite host Justin Timberlake.
Fred Armisen, Alec Baldwin, Rachel Dratch, Abby Elliott, Jimmy Fallon, Steve Higgins, Will Ferrell, Tina Fey, Will Forte, Bill Hader, Darrell Hammond, Chris Kattan, Marci Klein, John McCain, Seth Meyers, Lorne Michaels, Tracy Morgan, Bobby Moynihan, Chris Parnell, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Andy Samberg, Horatio Sanz, Akiva Schaffer, Molly Shannon, Michael Shoemaker, Jason Sudeikis, Jorma Taccone, Kenan Thompson, Justin Timberlake, Christopher Walken and Kristen Wiig provided comments for the special.Read More
A man named Kyle (Ryan Phillippe) keeps knocking on his loved ones' (ex-girlfriend, best friend, parents, etc.) doors to find that they are romantically involved with a man with a bizarre European accent (Samberg). Eventually, the European man shows up at Kyle's house, wanting to have sex with him. But Kyle reveals that he's already having sex with the European's twin brother.Read More
Gabourey Sidibe and Andy Samberg (dressed in imperial Japanese kimonos) spit cherries at each other in rapid succession, catching the ones the other throws. At the end, Samberg spits one last cherry at Sidibe. The cherry sings dramatic music in midair before Sidibe just misses catching it in her mouth. They bow.Read More
Samberg shows Betty White how grateful the entire SNL cast is to have her host by having the cast and guest stars (Rachel Dratch, Tina Fey, Ana Gasteyer, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, and Molly Shannon) sing the theme song from The Golden Girls. White likes it but then shows her own version to the cast: a death metal trash rock version, with the cast members being attacked by leather-clad mosh pit dancers.Read More
An unemployed cocaine addict named Dennis (Samberg) goes on drug binge while singing an elaborately choreographed Disneyesque musical-theater number about how it is going to be a great day. The more cocaine he snorts, the faster he sings, and the more disjointed and surreal the song becomes. Eventually the whole experience is revealed to be a vivid, cocaine-induced hallucination. 9th music video on Lonely Island's album, Turtleneck & Chain.Read More
A man (Samberg) tries to call 911 to report a home invasion on his iPhone using the app "911 Emergency," but is bombarded with ads for the movie Rescue Dogs 3D. At the end, Samberg is caught by the burglars, only to be saved by Rescue Dog. Helen Mirren appears as the police chief in the trailer for Rescue Dogs 3D.Read More
A man (Samberg) is the subject of a bizarre therapy session conducted by his psychiatrist (played by episode host Jane Lynch) who inserts herself in his self-conscious images of peace and tranquility.
A parody of Lynch's role as a shrink on Two and a Half Men.Read More
A girl (played by episode host Emma Stone) sings in her school's cafeteria about breaking her arm by slipping on grape jelly. Her situation only worsens as each verse ends with her falling again, breaking a new appendage until she ends up paralyzed, confined in a wheelchair, and only able to talk through a computer program a la Stephen Hawking. The grape jelly (Andy Samberg) comes to life and claims not to be the cause of the girl's broken appendages.Read More
Shy Ronnie (Samberg) and Clyde (Rihanna) team up for a second time to rob a bank. Unfortunately, Ronnie's social awkwardness puts the heist in jeopardy and forces Clyde to do most of the work. He raps aggressively when Clyde leaves. Cameo by episode host Jon Hamm as a bank customer-turned-hostage.
The ninth track on the Lonely Island's second album, Turtleneck & Chain.Read More
Tina Fey, Rachel Dratch, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Kristen Wiig, Nora Dunn, Laraine Newman, Molly Shannon, Ana Gasteyer, and Cheri Oteri come together to present new material and relive the best moments of SNL featuring the female cast members.Read More
Having won a competition, a Model United Nations team present their thoughts on world history to the General Assembly at the U.N. headquarters in New York. The presentation is a rap (performed by Samberg portraying a student) that chastises the diplomats for past and present atrocities, such as the Holocaust and Darfur. Musical guest Arcade Fire appear as themselves.Read More
A parody of the movie Weekend at Bernie's, in which two men (Hader and Samberg) find the corpse of their boss (played by episode host Robert De Niro) and attempt to make him look alive during a party at his beach house. They are arrested and put on trial, and proven innocent by Mr. Bernard's video will asking for the exact actions that the two had taken.Read More
Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone, and rapper Akon celebrate just having had sex with women (Blake Lively and Jessica Alba respectively), despite the fact that the women found the sex to be mediocre. Lonely Island's Akiva Schaffer shows up at various points during the video congratulating them on having sex, he also mouths the chorus at the end of the song.
The first single off the Lonely Island's second album, Turtleneck and Chain.Read More
Samberg has some shots with none other than Pee Wee Herman (Paul Reubens). After beating Anderson Cooper (who appears as himself) over the head with a chair, Samberg and Pee-Wee are caught by the police, to which they escape by hitting the officer with a chair. When they return to Samberg's apartment, they come to an intervention with Cooper (bandaged up from being hit in the face with a chair by Pee-Wee and Samberg), Samberg's friends (Fred Armisen, Kristen Wiig, and Kenan Thompson), and Pee Wee's Playhouse friends Chairry, Pterri, and Conky, who plead with Andy and Pee-Wee never to be friends again. Andy and Pee-Wee reluctantly agree, and everybody celebrates the breakup with more shots.Read More
A handsome high school student obsessed with his good looks (Samberg, portraying Gene Hackman as the protagonist) is cursed by a witch (Nasim Pedrad), who transforms him into the same nerd that Samberg played in the previous Digital Short The Roommate. Having been informed by the witch that he has one year to find someone to love him "or stay like this forever", he falls in love with a girl (played by episode host Miley Cyrus) who seemingly attempts to find his inner beauty, albeit unsuccessfully.
The second consecutive Digital Short to parody a then-recent Hollywood release, it appears to be the origin story for The Roommate character, implying that he was unable to break the witch's curse.Read More
Enjoy some of the best sketches from SNL's 35th season including Will Forte as MacGruber, Kenan Thompson's Deandre Cole in What Up With That?, Fred Armisen as Barack Obama, Bill Hader as Vincent Price and Andy Samberg in two SNL Digital Shorts - Shy Ronnie and On The Ground. Also join host Betty White and SNL alums Molly Shannon and Ana Gasteyer for another episode of NPR's Delicious Dish. Special Guests include Alec Baldwin, Charles Barkley, Gerard Butler, Tina Fey, James Franco, Zach Galifianakis, Jon Hamm, Jude Law, Blake Lively, Gabourey Sidibe and Taylor Swift.Read More
Hader and Samberg again use a celebrity (Tom Hanks) to pitch a new Laser Cats film to Lorne Michaels; this time, a musical version which includes parodies of Cats and Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. It is revealed that Hader and Samberg have stolen Wilson the volleyball to blackmail Hanks. Episode host and musical guest Elton John portrays the villain and Carmelo Anthony plays a security guard.Read More
Nasim wants to be inspired, so she finds Helen Mirren in her dressing room, where Pedrad dreams she is in "Helen Mirren's Titties", a place beyond space and time, and a sequence of shots involving happy things like two leaders shaking hands, flowers, etc.Read More
A music video of the song of the same name from The Lonely Island's Turtleneck and Chain album featuring Michael Bolton, in which said singer writes a hook for a new Lonely Island rap that features storylines from Pirates of the Caribbean, Forrest Gump, Erin Brockovich, and Scarface.Read More
The "Dick in a Box" and "Motherlover" characters (Timberlake and Samberg) return in a song about how any sexual contact between them does not count as a homosexual act, as long as there is also a female (Lady Gaga) involved.
Released as a standalone single in 2011 and featured on The Wack Album.Read More
Two cops (Hader and Samberg) bored at work find music in everyday life (parody of Stomp). The entire precinct gets involved, but things turn aggressive when The Blue Man Group (played by Fred Armisen [who actually was a member before becoming an SNL cast member] and Paul Brittain) show up to play along until they get shot by everyone.Read More
At a clothing store, a man (Samberg) is unconvinced that the V-neck shirt he is trying on is for him, despite his girlfriend's (Pedrad) assurances. But when the store owner (episode host Ben Stiller), wearing a deeper V enters, Samberg attempts to one-up him and asks a clerk for "something deeper" starting an impromptu V-neck battle, ending with the store clerk getting arrested for indecent exposure.Read More
Andy conducts several short and increasingly bizarre interviews with actor-singer Drake. Each segment follows a very literal theme as described by a title card (announced by Don Pardo) that appears onscreen before each interview. Some of the interviews included are: An Extremely Sarcastic Interview, A Racist Interview (which is cut short before Samberg can say anything racist), A Wordless Seduction, A Matching Sweaters Interview, and a Dark Interview.Read More
A depressed singer (Samberg) sings about how his girlfriend left him for another man (Armisen). Samberg gestures towards the sky, hoping it will rain, but it doesn't (and gets urinated on by a man on the roof). Samberg begins complaining to the crew that he can't do the music video without rain, making insulting remarks about the producer (Vanessa Bayer) and his big-butted assistant (played by host Emma Stone).Read More
In an early '80s-style instructional video, a nerdy man dressed like Carl Sagan (Samberg) shows viewers how to seduce women by playing chess, but the first two women (played by Nasim Pedrad and Abby Elliott) beat him. The instructor then changes the game to checkers and still gets beaten by a woman (Kristen Wiig). He tries Jenga, but ends up knocking the tower over. He tries eating glass, but ends up scaring the woman he's trying to seduce (played by special guest Olivia Wilde). The instructor (with his lips and mouth now bandaged up) gives up and lectures on how to hire a prostitute. The prostitute (played by episode host Jason Segel) offers sex to him for $5000, but the instructor only has $60. The instructor is stabbed and robbed of his money. Before dying, the prostitute comes back and beats him at chess.Read More
Katy Perry and Samberg become best friends, then meet up with a "handsome drug addict" (Matt Damon) and "brilliant lunatic" (Val Kilmer) who want to be best friends too. Perry and Samberg become more and more frightened until Perry abandons the three when the drug addict shoots himself during a game of Russian roulette. The lunatic then builds a time machine, retrieving two cavemen, Marilyn Monroe (played by Nasim Pedrad), Amelia Earhart (played by Vanessa Bayer), Abraham Lincoln (played by John Solomon), and Julius Caesar from the past, who, along with Samberg, the lunatic, and the lunatic's "failed bird-man experiment" (who briefly left the duo to have sex with a white girl at the mall) wish the audience a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.Read More
A fake commercial for a CD collection featuring Convoluted Jerry (Andy Samberg), a singer whose lyrics are wordy and confusing, with songs including "Quit not Being My Lover," "Backwards Day" and "Jerry Explains the Movie Inception". Host Charles Barkley guest stars as Marvin "Gay" Jackson, who sings a duet with Convoluted Jerry.Read More
A man (Samberg) and woman (Wiig) dressed in '70s-style clothing declare their love for each other in song. As the camera pulls back we can see that they are connected by their shared enormous afro. An unexplained man in janitor's clothing (Kenan Thompson) appears in between every verse and plays one riff on a strange instrument such as conch shell or didgeridoo. When the camera has pulled all the way back, revealing the full, massive afro, the couple invites the viewer to come to their wedding, whereupon the video is revealed to be a Save the Date. RSVP options "Yes" and "No" appear. "No" is clicked.Read More
To test the effects of stress on the human heart, a man (Jonah Hill) is hit repeatedly in the testicles by tennis balls fired from a tennis ball machine. Things get more bizarre as he continues to get hit even though the machine is turned off. A ghost hunter (Kenan Thompson) reveals to the host of Science Finders (Andy Samberg) that a ghost (Taran Killam) is the one hurling balls at the man. The man flatlines and a doctor (Fred Armisen) uses hits to the groin to revive the man.Read More
Despite Lorne Michaels' objections, Hader and Samberg show him the latest Laser Cats short – this time directed by Steven Spielberg (appearing as both himself and a "Hitchcockian" cameo in the short), which contains many references to his films, including E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and Raiders of the Lost Ark.Read More
The Lonely Island celebrate their 100th Digital Short by revisiting many digital short favorite characters (Shy Ronnie, Dennis the Drug Addict, Michelle the Body Fuzion Lady, The "Dick in a Box" singers, etc.), clips from previous Digital Shorts, and fresh footage from numerous celebrities.Read More
The Lonely Island, Adam Levine, and Kendrick Lamar sing about the virtues of staying safe in daily life (flipping the intended meaning of YOLO with "You Ought to Look Out"), and become increasingly paranoid of everything.
The second single from The Lonely Island's third album, The Wack Album.Read More
A collection of sketches from episodes hosted by professional athletes and other sports stars, hosted by Seth Meyers.Read More
Samberg, Jorma Taccone, and Pharrell sing about how their hugs are the best but they won't lead to any kind of romantic commitment. Tatiana Maslany and Maya Rudolph (as Oprah Winfrey) make cameo appearances, as does Akiva Schaffer (who does not have any vocals on this track).
This video was included on the DVD accompanying The Lonely Island's third album, The Wack Album.Read More
Jimmy Fallon hosts this special retrospective of Prince's rare, but memorable performances on the show, including his first performance on the infamous season 6 episode hosted by Charlene Tilton (the one in which Charles Rocket's accidental utterance of the word "fuck" called for NBC to fire then-showrunner Jean Doumanian and most of her cast), his performance on the SNL 15th anniversary special, his first performance after 21 years in 2006 on the season 31 episode hosted by Steve Martin, his final performance on the season 40 episode hosted by Chris Rock, a never-before-seen clip of his performance at the cast party following the SNL 40th anniversary special, and clips of the short-lived recurring sketch The Prince Show with Fred Armisen as Prince and Maya Rudolph as Beyonce.Read More
A sequel to the original Natalie's Rap from Season 31, Natalie Portman is interviewed by Beck Bennett, to which she responds with a rap about motherhood and the Star Wars prequels (holding Alex Moffat at gunpoint while dressed as her character Padme Amidala). At the end, she impales Bennett's head with a Time's Up pin and throws him out of the window. Andy Samberg appears as his character from the first installment, Carl, with his scenes filmed in Los Angeles outside the ArcLight Hollywood.
The day after the episode aired, The Lonely Island confirmed that they wrote the sketch.Read More
A star-studded collection of Saturday Night Live’s most hilarious mothers-themed sketches from various seasons, including The Day You Were Born with Amy Schumer, Lawrence Welk with Betty White, Bill Hader’s Stefon on Mother’s Day, Digital Short: Motherlover and more.Read More