The Emmy-winning miscellany show "Saturday Night Live" has created an expansive canon of hilarious sketches throughout its 41 years on television. If you're a fan of the show you'll feat it nearly impossible to elite just one of your favorite sketches. "Saturday Night Live" has satirized everything from cereal commercials to fairy tales and everything in between — but the show also introduced the world to comedy legends like Amy Poehler, Eddie Murphy, Gilda Radner, and Chris Farley, just to name a few.
The 10 Best ‘Saturday Night Live’ Sketches Of All Time
Comedy is a subjective thing, and when you’ve got just about 40 years of episodes, and literally thousands of sketches from which to choose, coming up with the ten best Saturday Night living sketches is a huge undertaking. Rolling Stone went even further than that, coming up with a itemise of the 50 Best Saturday Night Live sketches, complete with detailed write-ups on each sketch. Right or wrong, it’s an impressive list, marred lone by the fact that it takes one-half an hour to get through and through the damn slide-show.
Deck The Halls: Tarzan, Tonto & Frankenstein | Best Classic Bands
If you think the painter Bowie-Bing Crosby pairing on “Little percussionist Boy” was unusual, what to make of a trio of tercet fictional characters from literature: Tarzan, Tonto and Frankenstein? This grouping became a recurring comedy sketch on in the unpunctual ’80s and featured Kevin Nealon as Tarzan, Jon Lovitz as the Lone Ranger’s sidekick and the late Phil Hartman as Frankenstein. In his nine seasons, the versatile comedian portrayed such roles as the Subliminal Man and as part of the duo Hanz and Franz, with Dana Carvey (“we’re going to… That none of the characters was known for his prolix skills made their broken English and grunts even funnier. Among his otherwise notable characters were the Master Thespian, Tommy Flanagan – The diseased cheat (“yeah, that’s the ticket!