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Saturday Night Live

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Kenan Thompson, Kate McKinnon, Cecily Strong
Talented actors and comedians who are accompanied by a weekly guest host present a series of skits and sketches; includes musical performances from popular artists.
  • George Carlin: October 11, 1975
    Episode 165 mins
    Live from New York, it's Saturday Night! Musical guests include Billy Preston and Janis Ian.
  • Paul Simon: October 18, 1975
    Episode 266 mins
    Paul Simon hosts; musical guests include Art Garfunkel, Randy Newman and The Jesse Dixon Singers.
  • Rob Reiner: October 25, 1975
    Episode 365 mins
    A John Belushi tribute to Joe Cocker, Fashion Don'ts and a visit from Jim Henson's Muppets.
  • Candice Bergen: November 8, 1975
    Episode 467 mins
    Candice Bergen hosts with musical guest Esther Phillips.
  • Robert Klein: November 15, 1975
    Episode 566 mins
    Featuring musical guests ABBA and Loudon Wainwright III.
  • Lily Tomlin: November 22, 1975
    Episode 664 mins
    Lily Tomlin reads from her notebook and does a cheer for New York.
  • Richard Pryor: December 13, 1975
    Episode 766 mins
    Richard Pryor talks about women who leave men, winos and acid during this tape-delayed episode.
  • Candice Bergen: December 20, 1975
    Episode 866 mins
    Candice Bergen hosts this Christmas episode with musical guests Martha Reeves and The Stylistics.
  • Elliott Gould: January 10, 1976
    Episode 968 mins
    Elliott Gould hosts with musical guest Anne Murray.
  • Buck Henry: January 17, 1976
    Episode 1066 mins
    Buck Henry hosts with musical guests Bill Withers and Toni Basil.
  • Peter Cook and Dudley Moore: January 24, 1976
    Episode 1166 mins
    Peter Cook and Dudley Moore host with musical guest Neil Sedaka.
  • Dick Cavett: January 31, 1976
    Episode 1267 mins
    Dick Cavett is joined by musical guest Jimmy Cliff.
  • Peter Boyle: February 14, 1976
    Episode 1363 mins
    Peter Boyle hosts with musical guest Al Jarreau.
  • Desi Arnaz: February 21, 1976
    Episode 1466 mins
    Desi Arnaz appears as host and musical guest, with a special appearance from Desi Arnaz Jr.
  • Jill Clayburgh: February 28, 1976
    Episode 1566 mins
    Jill Clayburgh hosts with musical guest Leon Redbone and the first Mr. Bill film by Walter Williams.
  • Anthony Perkins: March 13, 1976
    Episode 1667 mins
    Anthony Perkins hosts with musical guest Betty Carter; Jim Henson's Muppets make an appearance.
  • Ron Nessen: April 17, 1976
    Episode 1766 mins
    US Press Secretary Ron Nessen hosts with musical guest the Patti Smith Group.
  • Raquel Welch: April 24, 1976
    Episode 1867 mins
    John Belushi sings a duet with host Raquel Welch; musical guests are Phoebe Snow and John Sebastian.
  • Madeline Kahn: May 8, 1976
    Episode 1966 mins
    Host Madeline Kahn is joined by special musical guest Carly Simon.
  • Dyan Cannon: May 15, 1976
    Episode 2066 mins
    Dyan Cannon hosts with musical guests Leon and Mary Russell.
  • Buck Henry: May 22, 1976
    Episode 2167 mins
    Buck Henry returns to host with musical guest Gordon Lightfoot.
  • Elliott Gould: May 29, 1976
    Episode 2266 mins
    Elliott Gould returns to host, as does musical guest Leon Redbone.
  • Louise Lasser: July 24, 1976
    Episode 2366 mins
    Louise Lasser hosts with musical guests The Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
  • Kris Kristofferson: July 31, 1976
    Episode 2466 mins
    Kris Kristofferson appears as host and musical guest, with a special appearance from Rita Coolidge.
  • Lily Tomlin: September 18, 1976
    Episode 166 mins
    Lily Tomlin hosts the very first episode of the second season with musical guest James Taylor.
  • Norman Lear: September 25, 1976
    Episode 266 mins
    Norman Lear hosts with musical guest Boz Scaggs.
  • Eric Idle: October 2, 1976
    Episode 366 mins
    Eric Idle hosts with musical guest Joe Cocker, who John Belushi joins onstage to sing ""Feelin' Alright.""
  • Karen Black: October 16, 1976
    Episode 466 mins
    Karen Black hosts with musical guest John Prine.
  • Steve Martin: October 23, 1976
    Episode 566 mins
    Steve Martin is joined by musical guest Kinky Friedman.
  • Buck Henry: October 30, 1976
    Episode 667 mins
    Buck Henry hosts SNL for the third time and is accidentally cut by John Belushi; The Band performs.
  • Dick Cavett: November 13, 1976
    Episode 766 mins
    Dick Cavett hosts with musical guest Ry Cooder.
  • Paul Simon: November 20, 1976
    Episode 866 mins
    Paul Simon performs with George Harrison and delivers his infamous turkey suit monologue.
  • Jodie Foster: November 27, 1976
    Episode 966 mins
    Jodie Foster is SNL's youngest host so far; she's joined by musical guest Brian Wilson.
  • Candice Bergen: December 11, 1976
    Episode 1066 mins
    Host Candice Bergen cracks up to Gilda Radner's improv; musical guest Frank Zappa performs.
  • Ralph Nader: January 15, 1977
    Episode 1166 mins
    Ralph Nader hosts with musical guest George Benson; Bill Murray's first show.
  • Ruth Gordon: January 22, 1977
    Episode 1266 mins
    Host Ruth Gordon is joined by musical guest Chuck Berry.
  • Fran Tarkenton: January 29, 1977
    Episode 1368 mins
    Fran Tarkenton hosts with musical guests Leo Sayer and Donnie Harper and the Voices of Tomorrow.
  • Steve Martin: February 26, 1977
    Episode 1466 mins
    Steve Martin appears as host with musical guest The Kinks.
  • Sissy Spacek: March 12, 1977
    Episode 1566 mins
    Hosted by Sissy Spacek with musical guest Richard Baskin, this iconic episode won an Emmy.
  • Broderick Crawford: March 19, 1977
    Episode 1666 mins
    Hosted by Broderick Crawford with musical guest Levon Helm and The Meters.
  • Jack Burns: March 26, 1977
    Episode 1767 mins
    Jack Burns hosts with musical guest Santana.
  • Julian Bond: April 9, 1977
    Episode 1867 mins
    Julian Bond hosts with musical guest Tom Waits.
  • Elliott Gould: April 16, 1977
    Episode 1966 mins
    Elliott Gould is joined by special musical guests Roslyn Kind and The McGarrigle Sisters.
  • Eric Idle: April 23, 1977
    Episode 2066 mins
    Eric Idle returns as host with musical guests Alan and Neil Innes.
  • Shelley Duvall: May 14, 1977
    Episode 2167 mins
    Shelley Duvall hosts with musical guest Joan Armatrading.
  • Buck Henry: May 21, 1977
    Episode 2266 mins
    Buck Henry returns to host with musical guests Jennifer Warnes and Kenny Vance.
  • Steve Martin: September 24, 1977
    Episode 169 mins
    Steve Martin returns to host the season premiere with musical guest Jackson Browne.
  • Madeline Kahn: October 8, 1977
    Episode 266 mins
    Madeline Kahn hosts with musical guest Taj Mahal; special appearance by Dame Edna (Barry Humphries).
  • Hugh Hefner: October 15, 1977
    Episode 367 mins
    Hugh Hefner hosts with musical guest Libby Titus.
  • Charles Grodin: October 29, 1977
    Episode 466 mins
    Charles Grodin welcomes musical guest Paul Simon; sketches include Coneheads Halloween and Mainway.
  • Ray Charles: November 12, 1977
    Episode 566 mins
    Ray Charles appears as host and musical guest; special appearance by stand-up comedian Franklyn Ajaye.
  • Buck Henry: November 19, 1977
    Episode 666 mins
    Buck Henry hosts and kicks off the Anyone Can Host contest; Leon Redbone returns as musical guest.
  • Mary Kay Place: December 10, 1977
    Episode 766 mins
    Mary Kay Place is joined by musical guest Willie Nelson; special appearance by Andy Kaufman.
  • Miskel Spillman: December 17, 1977
    Episode 866 mins
    Anyone Can Host winner Miskel Spillman welcomes Elvis Costello for this SNL Christmas episode.
  • Steve Martin: January 21, 1978
    Episode 966 mins
    Steve Martin hosts with musical guest The Dirt Band.
  • Robert Klein: January 28, 1978
    Episode 1067 mins
    Comedian Robert Klein hosts with musical performances by Bonnie Raitt.
  • Chevy Chase: February 18, 1978
    Episode 1166 mins
    Chevy Chase returns as host with musical guest Billy Joel.
  • O.J. Simpson: February 25, 1978
    Episode 1266 mins
    O. J. Simpson hosts with performances by Ashford and Simpson.
  • Art Garfunkel: March 11, 1978
    Episode 1367 mins
    Art Garfunkel hosts and performs; plus, a musical performance by Stephen Bishop.
  • Jill Clayburgh: March 18, 1978
    Episode 1466 mins
    Jill Clayburgh returns to host with musical guest Eddie Money.
  • Christopher Lee: March 25, 1978
    Episode 1566 mins
    Christopher Lee hosts with musical guests Meat Loaf.
  • Michael Palin: April 8, 1978
    Episode 1666 mins
    Monty Python alum Michael Palin hosts with musical guest Eugene Record.
  • Michael Sarrazin: April 15, 1978
    Episode 1766 mins
    Michael Sarrazin hosts with musical guest Keith Jarrett.
  • Steve Martin: April 22, 1978
    Episode 1866 mins
    Steve Martin returns with musical guest The Blues Brothers.
  • Richard Dreyfuss: May 13, 1978
    Episode 1967 mins
    Richard Dreyfuss hosts with musical guests Jimmy Buffett and Gary Tigerman.
  • Buck Henry: May 20, 1978
    Episode 2067 mins
    Buck Henry hosts with musical guest Sun Ra.
  • The Rolling Stones: October 7, 1978
    Episode 166 mins
    The Rolling Stones host and perform, with a special appearance by Mayor Ed Koch.
  • Fred Willard: October 14, 1978
    Episode 268 mins
    Fred Willard hosts with musical guest Devo.
  • Frank Zappa: October 21,1978
    Episode 366 mins
    Frank Zappa hosts and performs.
  • Steve Martin: November 4, 1978
    Episode 468 mins
    Steve Martin returns as host with musical guest Van Morrison.
  • Buck Henry: November 11, 1978
    Episode 566 mins
    Buck Henry returns as host with musical guest Grateful Dead.
  • Carrie Fisher: November 18, 1978
    Episode 667 mins
    Carrie Fisher hosts with musical guest The Blues Brothers.
  • Walter Matthau: December 2, 1978
    Episode 767 mins
    Walter Matthau hosts.
  • Eric Idle: December 9, 1978
    Episode 866 mins
    Eric Idle returns with musical guest Kate Bush.
  • Elliott Gould: December 16, 1978
    Episode 967 mins
    Elliott Gould returns with musical guests Peter Tosh and Mick Jagger.
  • Michael Palin: January 27, 1979
    Episode 1066 mins
    Michael Palin hosts with musical guest The Doobie Brothers.
  • Cicely Tyson: February 10, 1979
    Episode 1166 mins
    Cicely Tyson hosts with musical guest Talking Heads.
  • Rick Nelson: February 17, 1979
    Episode 1267 mins
    Rick Nelson hosts with special musical guest Judy Collins.
  • Kate Jackson: February 24, 1979
    Episode 1367 mins
    Kate Jackson hosts with musical guest Delbert McClinton; special guest appearance by Andy Kaufman.
  • Gary Busey: March 10, 1979
    Episode 1469 mins
    Gary Busey hosts and performs; musical guests include Eubie Blake and Gregory Hines.
  • Margot Kidder: March 17, 1979
    Episode 1567 mins
    Margot Kidder hosts with musical guest The Chieftains.
  • Richard Benjamin: April 7, 1979
    Episode 1667 mins
    Richard Benjamin hosts with musical guest Rickie Lee Jones; appearance by Rodney Dangerfield.
  • Milton Berle: April 14, 1979
    Episode 1766 mins
    Milton Berle hosts with musical guest Ornette Colman.
  • Michael Palin: May 12, 1979
    Episode 1867 mins
    Michael Palin returns with musical guest James Taylor.
  • Maureen Stapleton: May 19, 1979
    Episode 1967 mins
    Maureen Stapleton hosts with musical guests Linda Ronstadt and Phoebe Snow.
  • Buck Henry: May 26, 1979
    Episode 2067 mins
    Buck Henry hosts the season finale with musical guest Bette Midler.
  • Steve Martin: October 13, 1979
    Episode 168 mins
    Steve Martin hosts the fifth season premiere with musical guest Blondie.
  • Eric Idle: October 20, 1979
    Episode 267 mins
    Eric Idle hosts with musical guest Bob Dylan; special appearance by Andy Kaufman.
  • Bill Russell: November 3, 1979
    Episode 367 mins
    Bill Russell hosts with musical guest Chicago.
  • Buck Henry: November 10, 1979
    Episode 466 mins
    Buck Henry hosts with musical guest Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
  • Bea Arthur: November 17, 1979
    Episode 567 mins
    Bea Arthur hosts with musical guest The Roches; special appearance by Andy Kaufman.
  • Howard Hesseman: December 8, 1979
    Episode 667 mins
    Howard Hessemen hosts with musical guest Randy Newman.
  • Martin Sheen: December 15, 1979
    Episode 767 mins
    Martin Sheen hosts with musical guest David Bowie.
  • Ted Knight: December 22, 1979
    Episode 867 mins
    Ted Knight hosts with musical guest Desmond Child & Rouge; special appearance by Andy Kaufman.
  • Teri Garr: January 26, 1980
    Episode 968 mins
    Teri Garr hosts with musical guest The B-52's; Father Guido Sarducci reports live from a Tokyo jail.
  • Chevy Chase: February 9, 1980
    Episode 1067 mins
    Chevy Chase hosts with musical guest Marianne Faithfull and performs ""16 Tons"" with Tom Scott.
  • Elliot Gould: February 16, 1980
    Episode 1167 mins
    Elliott Gould hosts with musical guest Gary Numan.
  • Kirk Douglas: February 23, 1980
    Episode 1267 mins
    Kirk Douglas hosts with musical guest Sam & Dave.
  • Rodney Dangerfield: March 8, 1980
    Episode 1368 mins
    Featuring The J. Geils Band (""Love Stinks""); sketches include Manhasset and Substitute Judge.
  • The 100th Show: March 15, 1980
    Episode 1467 mins
    The 100th show, featuring musical guests Paul Simon, James Taylor and David Sanborn.
  • Richard Benjamin and Paula Prentiss: April 5, 1980
    Episode 1567 mins
    Featuring The Grateful Dead; sketches include Assertiveness Training and Mr. Bill Strikes Back.
  • Burt Reynolds: April 12, 1980
    Episode 1667 mins
    Featuring musical guest Anne Murray; sketches include Deliverance II and Roman Vomitorium.
  • Strother Martin: April 19, 1980
    Episode 1766 mins
    Featuring The Specials; sketches include Invasion of the Brain Snatchers and French Camp.
  • Bob Newhart: May 10, 1980
    Episode 1868 mins
    Featuring musical guest Bruce Cockburn; sketches include The Dating Zone and Mr. Bill Goes to Jail.
  • Steve Martin: May 17, 1980
    Episode 1967 mins
    Featuring Paul and Linda McCartney; sketches include Stretch Marks, Deer Crossing and Reagan Dinner.
  • Buck Henry: May 24, 1980
    Episode 2067 mins
    Featuring Andrew Gold, Andrae Crouch and The Voices of Unity; sketches include Mommy Beer.
  • Elliott Gould: November 15, 1980
    Episode 140 mins
    Selected sketches include White House and SNL Sports.
  • Malcolm McDowell: November 22, 1980
    Episode 247 mins
    Sketches include Serf City and Commie Hunting Season.
  • Ellen Burstyn: December 6, 1980
    Episode 345 mins
    Sketches include Ed McMahon School of Laughing and Rocket Report.
  • Jamie Lee Curtis: December 13, 1980
    Episode 441 mins
    Featuring a cameo by Danny DeVito; sketches include Dying to Be Heard and Poker and Drugs Don't Mix.
  • David Carradine: December 20, 1980
    Episode 527 mins
    Special guest appearance by Bill Irwin; sketches include Rocket Report and Gun City.
  • Ray Sharkey: January 10, 1981
    Episode 642 mins
    Sketches include Citizens for a Better America and Jimmy Carter at the Bar.
  • Karen Black: January, 17, 1981
    Episode 745 mins
    Sketches include Patient Thoughts and SNL Action Dolls.
  • Robert Hays: January 24, 1981
    Episode 843 mins
    Featuring a cameo by Harry Osborne; sketches include SNL Sports Central and Reagnco.
  • Sally Kellerman: February 7, 1981
    Episode 934 mins
    Sketches include The Gavonne Family and Iranian Student Council.
  • Debbie Harry: February 14, 1981
    Episode 1040 mins
    Sketches include Livelys, SoHo and Dropout Tina.
  • Charlene Tilton: February 21, 1981
    Episode 1139 mins
    Featuring cameos by Don King and Marc Weiner; sketches include Mister Robinson's Neighborhood.
  • Bill Murray: March 7, 1981
    Episode 1222 mins
    Sketches include Chapstick Celebrities, Altered Walter and Bubba's Wash Fayetta's Dry.
  • Season Finale: April 11, 1981
    Episode 1341 mins
    Cameos include Chevy Chase, Al Franken, Christover Reeve and Robin Williams.
  • Season Premiere: October 3, 1981
    Episode 140 mins
    Sketches include NBC: Our Age Is Showing, Naughty Nuns and The Funeral.
  • Susan Saint James: October 10, 1981
    Episode 233 mins
    Sketches include Push Button to Explode Building and Honeymoon Virgin.
  • George Kennedy: October 17, 1981
    Episode 330 mins
    Featuring a special guest appearance by John Candy; sketches include a Mr. Bill Show short.
  • Donald Pleasance: October 31, 1981
    Episode 427 mins
    Featuring a cameo by John Belushi; sketches include Last Night I Killed My Husband.
  • Lauren Hutton: November 7, 1981
    Episode 534 mins
    Sketches include Hail to the Chief and Velvet Jones School of Technology.
  • Bernadette Peters: November 14, 1981
    Episode 629 mins
    Sketches include A Sketch in the Dark, Bedtime Story and Rock & Roll Heaven Incorporated.
  • Tim Curry: December 5, 1981
    Episode 738 mins
    Sketches include The Trouble with Fred and Tim and Meat's One-Stop Rocky Horror Shop.
  • Bill Murray: December 12, 1981
    Episode 841 mins
    Sketches include Designer Fairy Tales and At Home with the Psychos.
  • Robert Conrad: January 23, 1982
    Episode 925 mins
    Sketches include The People's Court, Overexposed Characters and Battle of the Week.
  • John Madden: January 30, 1982
    Episode 1029 mins
    Sketches include Bengals Locker Room, Johnny Carson School of Acting and Superbowl to SNL.
  • James Coburn: February 6, 1982
    Episode 1134 mins
    Sketches include I Married A Monkey III, Victims of 60 Minutes and Those Crazy Taboosters.
  • Bruce Dern: February 20, 1982
    Episode 1232 mins
    Sketches include Bruce's Advice, Ski Date with Fluffy and The Unstable Pilot.
  • Elizabeth Ashley: February 27, 1982
    Episode 1343 mins
    Sketches include CBS Evening News and Joseph Papp Auditions.
  • Robert Urich: March 20, 1982
    Episode 1438 mins
    Sketches include Paul Harvey and Radio News, Golden Age School of Obedience and Headline Challenge.
  • Blythe Danner: March 27, 1982
    Episode 1539 mins
    Sketches include No Sex for One Year, 20/20 and Help Blythe Danner.
  • Daniel J. Travanti: April 10, 1982
    Episode 1620 mins
    Sketches include the Save or Kill Larry the Lobster saga, as well as Newsbreak and Reagan Economics.
  • Johnny Cash: April 17, 1982
    Episode 1729 mins
    Sketches include Reagan Directs, Tegrim, The Train Poet and Reach Out.
  • Robert Culp: April 24, 1982
    Episode 1832 mins
    Sketches include Tennis Locker Room, Newsbreak and an attempt at stand-up by Mr. Culp himself.
  • Danny DeVito: May 15, 1982
    Episode 1951 mins
    Featuring cameos by the Cheers cast; sketches include Whiners on a Plane and Executive Stress Test.
  • Olivia Newton-John: May 22, 1982
    Episode 2038 mins
    Sketches include Ladies' Restroom, commercial parody TransEastern and I Married A Monkey.
  • Chevy Chase: September 25, 1982
    Episode 148 mins
    Sketches include Art Opening, Popiel Galactic Prophylactic, Saturday Night News and Siskel & Ebert.
  • Louis Gossett Jr.: October 2, 1982
    Episode 245 mins
    Cameo by Mr. T; sketches include Sex Therapy, Mr. and Mrs. T Bloody Mary Mix and Donahue.
  • Ron Howard: October 9, 1982
    Episode 342 mins
    Sketches include The Whiners at the Doctor, Why Turn Tricks? and Reagan Visits Carter.
  • Howard Hesseman: October 23, 1982
    Episode 445 mins
    Sketches include The DeLorean Home and The Girls of Saturday Night Live; appearance by Bill Irwin.
  • Michael Keaton: October 30, 1982
    Episode 531 mins
    Sketches include Topol the Idiot, Nutty President, Saturday Night News and Sense of Fear.
  • Robert Blake: November 13, 1982
    Episode 621 mins
    Sketches include Space Shuttle, Eddie Loves White People, Saturday Night News and DTV.
  • Drew Barrymore: November 20, 1982
    Episode 741 mins
    Sketches include Vote for Andy, Whiners Adoption, Brain Surgery, Saturday Night News and Dress-Up.
  • The Smothers Brothers: December 4, 1982
    Episode 835 mins
    Sketches include The Ledge, Saturday Night News, Truckstop Teases and commercial parody Rubbers.
  • Eddie Murphy: December 11, 1982
    Episode 948 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody Clysler-Prymouth, Hair Talk Show and Joy of Christmas.
  • Lily Tomlin: January 22, 1983
    Episode 1045 mins
    Sketches include Judith Goes Shopping, Joan Talk Show and Natural Resources.
  • Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas: January 29, 1983
    Episode 1131 mins
    Sketches include McKenzie Brothers, The Whiners, Rent Ed McMahon and Time to Reflect.
  • Sid Caesar: February 5, 1983
    Episode 1242 mins
    Sketches include Funeral in a Cab, Whiners in the Hospital and Andy Rooney Looks at Books.
  • Howard Hesseman: February 19, 1983
    Episode 1335 mins
    Sketches include Sleepy Boy 2000, Laughing Buddha and Saturday Night News.
  • Beau and Jeff Bridges: February 26, 1983
    Episode 1442 mins
    Sketches include Big Zit, Physical Abuse, Massage Message and Crazy Guy.
  • Bruce Dern: March 12, 1983
    Episode 1541 mins
    Sketches include Buckwheat Jeans, Disgusting Practices and Gumbys.
  • Robert Guillaume: March 19, 1983
    Episode 1636 mins
    Sketches include Motown Upon the Swanee River, I Married a Monkey and Wrong Number Breakup.
  • Joan Rivers: April 9, 1983
    Episode 1738 mins
    Sketches include Dueling Joans, Calvin Klein Jeans, Oscar Statuettes and Old Age Home.
  • Susan Saint James: April 16, 1983
    Episode 1830 mins
    Sketches include Velvet Jones, Tootsie Cosmetics and Saturday Night News.
  • Stevie Wonder: May 7, 1983
    Episode 1924 mins
    Sketches include Hairdresser, Saturday Night News and Hunchback Busboy.
  • Ed Koch: May 14, 1983
    Episode 2043 mins
    Sketches include The Enquirer, Late Night with David Letterman and Bald No More.
  • Brandon Tartikoff: October 8, 1983
    Episode 148 mins
    Sketches include Calvin Klein Cream Pies and Show Ideas.
  • Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman: October 15, 1983
    Episode 240 mins
    Sketches include Spanish Class, Autograph Aficionados and Blame the Bodyguard.
  • John Candy: October 22, 1983
    Episode 344 mins
    Sketches include Krevitz Ski Lodge, Eddie Murphy in New Jersey and Phone Booth Confession.
  • Betty Thomas: November 5, 1983
    Episode 445 mins
    Features the now-famous sketch James Brown Celebrity Hot Tub.
  • Teri Garr: November 12, 1983
    Episode 544 mins
    Sketches include Cheerleader Practice, Thirsty Guy and Sarcastic Nun.
  • Jerry Lewis: November 19,1983
    Episode 651 mins
    Sketches include Jerry Lewis in Surgery, Dysfunctional Thanksgiving and Impersonating Jerry.
  • The Smothers Brothers: December 3, 1983
    Episode 732 mins
    Sketches include Carvel.
  • Flip Wilson: December 10, 1983
    Episode 839 mins
    Sketches include Airplane Restroom Attendant and Shoe Tier.
  • Father Guido Sarducci: January 14, 1984
    Episode 926 mins
    Don Novello appears as his famous character Father Guido Sarducci; sketches include Countdown.
  • Michael Palin: January 21, 1984
    Episode 1043 mins
    Sketches such as Man on Chain and Save Lots of Plankton.
  • Don Rickles: January 28, 1984
    Episode 1140 mins
    Sketches include I Married a Monkey, Romeo and Juliet, El Dorko and Witness Relocation.
  • Robin Williams: February 11, 1984
    Episode 1235 mins
    Sketches include Wild Kingdom of Heaven, Ghandi and the Bandit, Living with a Mime and Baby Pen.
  • Jamie Lee Curtis: February 18, 1984
    Episode 1327 mins
    Sketches include El Dorko, Rehearsing a Love Scene and Persons Express.
  • Edwin Newman: February 25, 1984
    Episode 1450 mins
    Sketches include SNL Hairdressers, Anchorman and Face the Press.
  • Billy Crystal: March 17, 1984
    Episode 1543 mins
    Sketches include Winston University, Sammy and Ronald Reagan, Bad Career Moves and The Womb.
  • Michael Douglas: April 7, 1984
    Episode 1632 mins
    Sketches include Lost Script, MTV News, Price Waterhouse and Sleepy Boy 2000.
  • George McGovern: April 14, 1984
    Episode 1747 mins
    Sketches include Midtown Open, White House Foods, Menage a Trois and Book Beat.
  • Barry Bostwick: May 5, 1984
    Episode 1833 mins
    Sketches include 2 on the Town, Spinal Tap Interview and Unanswered Questions of the Universe.
  • Billy Crystal and More: May 12, 1984
    Episode 1940 mins
    Sketches include Frank and Sammy, Man in the Street and 3-San Karate School.
  • Jamie Lee Curtis and More: October 6, 1984
    Episode 127 mins
    Sketches include Rich Hall's Election and Wheel of Fortune; Billy Crystal stand-up.
  • Bob Uecker: October 13, 1984
    Episode 244 mins
    Major League Baseball star Bob Uecker hosts, with cameos by Yogi Berra and Dave Winfield.
  • Jesse Jackson: October 20, 1984
    Episode 337 mins
    American civil rights activist Jesse Jackson hosts.
  • Michael McKean: November 3, 1984
    Episode 444 mins
    Spinal Tap star Michael McKean hosts; sketches include James Brown's Celebrity Hot Tub Party.
  • George Carlin: November 10, 1984
    Episode 545 mins
    Sketches include Willie and Frankie on Night Watch, Profiles in Sports and Ye Olde Comedy Shoppe.
  • Ed Asner: November 17, 1984
    Episode 633 mins
    Sketches include 60 Minutes, Bowling Alley, Tippi Turtle and Saturday Night News.
  • Ed Begley Jr.: December 1, 1984
    Episode 734 mins
    Sketches include Kate and Ali and SNL Commercial Parody Refrigerator Magnet Safety Advisory Board.
  • Ringo Starr: December 8, 1984
    Episode 828 mins
    Sketches include Beatles Memorabilia Auction, Willie and Frankie on Lunch and Blackwell.
  • Eddie Murphy: December 15, 1984
    Episode 938 mins
    Sketches include Mister Robinson's Neighborhood, Broadway Gumby Rose and Black History Minute.
  • Kathleen Turner: January 12, 1985
    Episode 1053 mins
    Sketches include Donahue Green Room and the commercial parody Safeco.
  • Roy Scheider: January 19, 1985
    Episode 1133 mins
    Sketches include Reagan Inauguration and Phil and Ricky on Super Sunday.
  • Alex Karras: February 2, 1985
    Episode 1238 mins
    Sketches include Prince at SNL, Time for Time, A Couple of White Guys and Kelly Cola.
  • Harry Anderson: February 9, 1985
    Episode 1341 mins
    Sketches include Robert Latta in Congress, While You Were Gone and Salem Witch Trials.
  • Pamela Sue Martin: February 16, 1985
    Episode 1440 mins
    Special cameos by Ann-Margret, Morgan Fairchild, Teri Garr, Susan Lucci and Lynn Swann.
  • Mr. T and Hulk Hogan: March 30, 1985
    Episode 1527 mins
    Sketches include I Am Also the World, Toxic Waste and the commercial parody Reagan Jeans.
  • Christopher Reeve: April 6, 1985
    Episode 1623 mins
    Sketches include Superman Auditions, Escaping the Germans, Talk Back and Saturday Night News.
  • Howard Cosell: April 13, 1985
    Episode 1747 mins
    Sketches include Willie and Frankie, Inside Out and Dr. Ruth.
  • Madonna: November 9, 1985
    Episode 119 mins
    Dennis Miller's first appearance as a Weekend Update anchor.
  • Chevy Chase: November 16, 1985
    Episode 239 mins
    Sketches include The Pat Stevens Show, Ford and Reagan and The Life of Vlad The Impaler.
  • Pee-Wee Herman: November 23, 1985
    Episode 327 mins
    Sketches include Locker Room, The Pat Stevens Show, Jail Cell and Weekend Update.
  • John Lithgow: December 7, 1985
    Episode 424 mins
    Sketches include Double R Rolls, Clichés and commercial parody Where You're Going.
  • Tom Hanks: November 14, 1985
    Episode 530 mins
    Sketches include The Stand-Ups, The Pat Stevens Show, Critic and Liars.
  • Teri Garr: December 21, 1985
    Episode 624 mins
    The Christmas episode; sketches include Rapping Wrapper, Hildy and Time Machine Trivia Game.
  • Harry Dean Stanton: January 18, 1986
    Episode 741 mins
    Sketches include Press Conference, New Parents and That Black Girl.
  • Dudley Moore: January 25, 1986
    Episode 826 mins
    Sketches include Monks, The Pat Stevens Show and Just Like Phoebe.
  • Ron Reagan: February 8, 1986
    Episode 934 mins
    Sketches include Dalkon Shield Trout Lure, Weekend Update and Shakespeare in the Slums.
  • Jerry Hall: February 15, 1986
    Episode 1036 mins
    Sketches include Weekend Update, Sore Toe and Line of Death.
  • Jay Leno: December 22, 1986
    Episode 1122 mins
    Sketches include Stand-Ups, Evil Twin, Dinner with Mike and Target Earth.
  • Griffin Dunne: March 15, 1986
    Episode 1249 mins
    Sketches include Mr. Monopoly, You Bet Your Finger and Pick Your Friends.
  • George Wendt and Francis Ford Coppola: March 22, 1986
    Episode 1333 mins
    Sketches include Commercials, Fish Market and Actors, along with a grand finale.
  • Oprah Winfrey: April 12, 1986
    Episode 1451 mins
    Sketches include Cute Shop, The Warthog and Craig Sundberg: Idiot Savant.
  • Tony Danza: April 19, 1986
    Episode 1525 mins
    Sketches include 30 Counts, Big Time Professional Golf and Unconditional Love.
  • Catherine Oxenberg and Paul Simon: May 10, 1986
    Episode 1639 mins
    Sketches include Prison, The Late Show with Joan Rivers, Beverly Hills and A Mother's Day Message.
  • Jimmy Breslin: May 17, 1986
    Episode 1746 mins
    Sketches include Midday with Jennifer Hicks, The Pat Stevens Show and A Message from Jody Hagler.
  • Anjelica Huston and Billy Martin: May 24, 1986
    Episode 1834 mins
    Sketches include Moments of Doubt, Actors on Film, Bocce Ball My Way and My Friend.
  • Sigourney Weaver: October 11, 1986
    Episode 145 mins
    Sketches include Church Chat, Weekend Update and Tommy Flanagan and His Girlfriends.
  • Malcolm-Jamal Warner: October 18, 1986
    Episode 236 mins
    Sketches include Donahue, Weekend Update, One More Mission and commercial parody Team Xynex.
  • Rosanna Arquette: November 8, 1986
    Episode 346 mins
    Sketches include Tommy ""Lorne"" Flanagan, Weekend Update and commercial parody Pork.
  • Sam Kinison: November 15, 1986
    Episode 431 mins
    Sketches include Church Chat, Parent-Teacher Conference, The Dancing Lord and Weekend Update.
  • Robin Williams: November 22, 1986
    Episode 537 mins
    Sketches include Reagan's Earpiece, Fans, Master Thespians and Weekend Update.
  • Chevy Chase and More: December 6, 1986
    Episode 647 mins
    Sketches include Stumblebums Anonymous, Pat Stevens Show and Steve Martin's Holiday Wish.
  • Steve Guttenberg: December 13, 1986
    Episode 739 mins
    Sketches include Iranian National Assembly, Weekend Update and commercial parody McSooshi.
  • William Shatner: December 20, 1986
    Episode 819 mins
    Sketches include Amazing Alexander, What a Man and commercial parody Big Red.
  • Joe Montana and Walter Payton: January 24, 1987
    Episode 935 mins
    Sketches include NFL Video Countdown, Church Chat and Superbowl Gambling Memories.
  • Paul Shaffer: January 31, 1987
    Episode 1026 mins
    Sketches include Being Hip, What's My Addiction?, The Pat Stevens Show and Weekend Update.
  • Bronson Pinchot: February 14, 1987
    Episode 1137 mins
    Sketches include Liberace in Heaven, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and Weekend Update.
  • Willie Nelson: February 21, 1987
    Episode 1230 mins
    Sketches include Wired Danny, Redneck Tanning Parlor and Texas Liar.
  • Valerie Bertinelli: February 28, 1987
    Episode 1336 mins
    Sketches include Dinner at the Van Halens', Hard News Cafe and commercial parody McSooshi.
  • Bill Murray: March 21, 1987
    Episode 1435 mins
    Sketches include Liberace in Heaven, Donahue, Honker Cab Driver and Tough Parents.
  • Charlton Heston: March 28, 1987
    Episode 1525 mins
    Sketches include commercial parody The Fruiting, Church Chat, Weekend Update and Kevin Speaks.
  • John Lithgow: April 11, 1987
    Episode 1645 mins
    Sketches include Embassy Spies, World's Meanest Minister, Master Thespian and The Pat Stevens Show.
  • John Larroquette: April 18, 1987
    Episode 1742 mins
    Sketches include Mother-in Law, No. 2 Detective, Riddles of the Universe and Instant Coffee.
  • Mark Harmon: May 9, 1987
    Episode 1838 mins
    Sketches include The New Charlie's Angels, Sexiest Man Alive, Iran Contra Hearings and Kitty Bible.
  • Garry Shandling: May 16, 1987
    Episode 1946 mins
    Sketches include Iran-Contra Hearings, Support Group, Redneck Airlines and Weekend Update.
  • Dennis Hopper: May 23, 1987
    Episode 2041 mins
    Sketches include Church Chat, What's That Smell?, David Brinkley and Dog Eat Dog.
  • Steve Martin: October 17, 1987
    Episode 145 mins
    Sketches include Common Knowledge, The NFL Today, Slide Whistles and Pumping Up with Hans and Franz.
  • Sean Penn: October 24, 1987
    Episode 233 mins
    Sketches include Wall Street Week, Pitman and Bullock, After the Date and Discover.
  • Dabney Coleman: October 31, 1987
    Episode 341 mins
    Sketches include Campfire Stories, The Winning Spirit, Marriage Counselor and Mascot Ideas.
  • Robert Mitchum: November 14, 1987
    Episode 423 mins
    Sketches include The Mountain Man and the commercial parodies Compulsion and Beauty Bath.
  • Candice Bergen: November 21, 1987
    Episode 535 mins
    Sketches include Pumping Up with Hans and Franz, Anne Boleyn and Peeping Tom.
  • Danny DeVito: December 5, 1987
    Episode 630 mins
    Sketches include Gorbachev/Reagan, Doorman and the commercial parody Handi-Off.
  • Angie Dickinson: December 12, 1987
    Episode 740 mins
    Sketches include Donahue, Traumatic Memories Christmas Party, Airplane and Wedgie Fever!
  • Paul Simon: December 19, 1987
    Episode 836 mins
    Sketches include 30th Christmas, Master Thespian, Subway and Succinctly Speaking.
  • Robin Williams: January 23, 1988
    Episode 936 mins
    Sketches include Pumping Up with Hans and Franz, Learning to Feel and 60th Birthday.
  • Carl Weathers: January 30, 1988
    Episode 1050 mins
    Sketches include BushWhacked!, NFL Today, Democratic Debate 88 and Master Thespian.
  • Justine Bateman: February 13, 1988
    Episode 1140 mins
    Sketches include Republican Debate 88, a Family Ties parody and Learning to Feel.
  • Tom Hanks: February 20, 1988
    Episode 1244 mins
    Sketches include Girl Watchers, The Pat Stevens Show, Stand-Ups and Sentimental Value Pawn Shop.
  • Judge Reinhold: February 27, 1988
    Episode 1345 mins
    Sketches include Church Chat, Deregulated Airline, When Great Minds Meet and Pirates.
  • Tom Hanks: October 8, 1988
    Episode 139 mins
    Sketches include Mr. Short-Term Memory and commercial parody First Citiwide Bank Change.
  • Matthew Broderick: October 15, 1988
    Episode 233 mins
    Sketches include Nude Beach, Learning to Feel, Thumper Family and the short film Laurie Has a Story.
  • John Larroquette: October 22, 1988
    Episode 334 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody Vernon Hawley Jr. and Dan Quayle: President.
  • Matthew Modine: November 5, 1988
    Episode 435 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody Republican Ad, Dukakis After Dark and Weekend Update.
  • Demi Moore: November 12, 1988
    Episode 532 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody Neuburg's Bleu Cheese Cooler and Woman vs. Rattlesnake.
  • John Lithgow: November 19, 1988
    Episode 638 mins
    Sketches include Master Thespian and the commercial parody Long White Beard.
  • Danny DeVito: December 3, 1988
    Episode 726 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody Big Red, Sex Tonight and Weekend Update.
  • Kevin Kline: December 10, 1988
    Episode 825 mins
    Sketches include A Trump Christmas, Game Breakers, Desert Island Agency and Raspberry Responses.
  • Melanie Griffith: December 17, 1988
    Episode 923 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody Metrocard, Unrequited Businessman and Season's Greetings.
  • John Malkovich: January 21, 1989
    Episode 1048 mins
    Sketches include Bush's Super Bowl Call and the commercial parody Gary Busey Motorcycle Helmets.
  • Tony Danza: January 28, 1989
    Episode 1140 mins
    Sketches include A Message from Ted Bundy, Maydenform and Stakeout.
  • Ted Danson: February 11, 1989
    Episode 1236 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody Sleepytime Rat Control and Women Who Can't Say No.
  • Leslie Nielsen: February 18, 1989
    Episode 1340 mins
    Sketches include Long White Beard, Snap Decision and the commercial parody Geritech.
  • Glenn Close: February 25, 1989
    Episode 1443 mins
    Sketches include Barnes & Noble Under Siege, Fatal Attraction and the commercial parody Big Red.
  • Mary Tyler Moore: March 25, 1989
    Episode 1524 mins
    Sketches include Customs, Weekend Update and Robot Repair.
  • Mel Gibson: April 1, 1989
    Episode 1634 mins
    Sketches include Tales of Ribaldry, Cooking with the Anal-Retentive Chef and Dream Gynecologist.
  • Dolly Parton: April 15, 1989
    Episode 1728 mins
    Sketches include Mountain Stories, Food Emporium, Oil Spill Cleanup and Weekend Update.
  • Geena Davis: April 22, 1989
    Episode 1836 mins
    Sketches include Bush's First 100 Days, Bob Waltman Special Promo, Attitudes and Last Man on Earth.
  • Wayne Gretzky: May 13, 1989
    Episode 1936 mins
    Sketches include Jimmy Carter in Panama, Wayne's World and Celebrity Hockey Ideas.
  • Steve Martin: May 20, 1989
    Episode 2030 mins
    Sketches include The New Coneheads and Toonces the Driving Cat.
  • Bruce Willis: September 30, 1989
    Episode 141 mins
    Sketches include White House Report, Thirtysomething Cereal, Anal-Retentive Guy and Wayne's World.
  • Rick Moranis: October 7, 1989
    Episode 235 mins
    Sketches include Jackie Mason's Press Conference and Honey, I Shrunk Hans and Franz.
  • Kathleen Turner: October 21, 1989
    Episode 315 mins
    Sketches include Egg Man, All About Deborah Norville and Really Ordinary People.
  • James Woods: October 28, 1989
    Episode 429 mins
    Sketches include Primetime Live and Three Dudes Holistic Automotive.
  • Chris Evert: November 11, 1989
    Episode 546 mins
    Sketches include Wimbledon Loss, Bush at the Berlin Wall and The Nude House of Wacky People.
  • Woody Harrelson: November 18, 1989
    Episode 647 mins
    Sketches include Five Easy Pieces, Three Very Lonely Cowboys and Attitudes.
  • John Goodman: December 2, 1989
    Episode 747 mins
    Sketches include Cooking with the Anal-Retentive Chef and The Mike Ditka Type-A Christmas Special.
  • Robert Wagner: December 9, 1989
    Episode 826 mins
    Sketches include Sleeping Quayle, Sloppy Eater, Evil Rockefeller and In the Middle.
  • Andie MacDowell: December 16, 1989
    Episode 941 mins
    Sketches include The Night Hanukkah Harry Saved Christmas, Hal Jerome Tribute and This Is Your Day.
  • Ed O'Neill: January 13, 1990
    Episode 1051 mins
    Sketches include Penis References, Wayne's World, The Nagging Husband and Ceausescu's Wake.
  • Christopher Walken: January 20, 1990
    Episode 1135 mins
    Sketches include Eternity, Girlfriend Dumping Service and the commercial parody Colon Blow.
  • Quincy Jones: February 10, 1990
    Episode 1227 mins
    Sketches include The Bob Waltman Special, Sharing the Swimsuit Issue and A Coming Together.
  • Tom Hanks: February 17, 1990
    Episode 1344 mins
    Sketches include Girl Watchers, Mr. Short-Term Memory and commercial parody Jensen Syringe Company.
  • Fred Savage: February 24, 1990
    Episode 1448 mins
    Sketches include Church Chat, Gun Safety, Imaginary Friends and Rocket Launch.
  • Rob Lowe: March 17, 1990
    Episode 1543 mins
    Sketches include Sex Tape Worries, Church Chat, The Arsenio Beckman Show and Helmet Head.
  • Debra Winger: March 24, 1990
    Episode 1622 mins
    Sketches include Reagan and the Census, Weekend Update and Wayne's World.
  • Corbin Bernsen: April 14, 1990
    Episode 1738 mins
    Sketches include TV Lawyers, Movers and Shakers and Playgirl Models.
  • Alec Baldwin: April 21, 1990
    Episode 1836 mins
    Sketches include Bush and the Environment, Greenhilly, The Nude Talk Show and Middle-Aged Man.
  • Andrew Dice Clay: May 12, 1990
    Episode 1949 mins
    Sketches include Diceman's Guardian Devil, Raging Bull parody Ridiculous Bull and Dad, What's Sex?
  • Candice Bergen: May 19, 1990
    Episode 2032 mins
    Sketches include Toonces the Driving Cat, The Tonight Show, Wayne's World and Once Upon a Time.
  • Kyle Maclachlan: September 29, 1990
    Episode 130 mins
    Sketches include All Things Scottish, The Cattle Song and Bush's Iraqi Address.
  • Susan Lucci: October 6, 1990
    Episode 241 mins
    Sketches include Live with Regis and Kathy Lee, All My Luggage and New Remington Shavers.
  • George Steinbrenner: October 20, 1990
    Episode 335 mins
    Sketches include Steinbrenner's Dream, Deep Thoughts and Carl's Quik-Stop.
  • Patrick Swayze: October 27, 1990
    Episode 428 mins
    Sketches include Tax Ad, Feud, White Trash Bed and Breakfast, Mousetrap Seminar and Weekend Update.
  • Jimmy Smits: November 10, 1990
    Episode 549 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody Chia Hair, Deep Thoughts, Enchilada and Simon.
  • Dennis Hopper: November 17, 1990
    Episode 631 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody Nikey Turkey and What Animal Were You Raised By?
  • John Goodman: December 1, 1990
    Episode 746 mins
    Sketches include Church Chat, Mick Jagger's Wedding and The McLaughlin Group.
  • Tom Hanks: December 8, 1990
    Episode 834 mins
    Sketches include Mr. Short-Term Memory Loss and The Global Warming Christmas Special.
  • Dennis Quaid: December 15, 1990
    Episode 940 mins
    Sketches include The Sounds of War, Dysfunctional Family Christmas, Sally Jessy Raphael and Sprockets.
  • Joe Mantegna: January 12, 1991
    Episode 1037 mins
    Sketches include Hello New York, Nightline and Insane Inventors.
  • Sting: January 19, 1991
    Episode 1129 mins
    Sketches include Wayne's World, the SNL commercial parody British Toothpaste and Bad Idea Jeans.
  • Kevin Bacon: February 9, 1991
    Episode 1239 mins
    Sketches include Military Briefing and The Sarcastic Clapping Family of Southampton.
  • Roseanne Barr: February 16, 1991
    Episode 1330 mins
    Sketches include Subliminal Military Briefing and the commercial parody Happy Fun Ball.
  • Alec Baldwin: February 23, 1991
    Episode 1437 mins
    Sketches include The McLaughlin Group, Honest Planet and The Sinéad O'Connor Awards.
  • Michael J. Fox: March 16, 1991
    Episode 1528 mins
    Sketches include The President's Second Post-Gulf War Address and Jasper the Stinging Clown.
  • Jeremy Irons: March 23, 1991
    Episode 1638 mins
    Sketches include Sherlock Holmes' Birthday Party and the commercial parody McIntosh Jr.
  • Catherine O'Hara: April 13, 1991
    Episode 1738 mins
    Sketches include Reagan-Sinatra Affair, Sprockets, Deep Thoughts and Daily Affirmation.
  • Steven Seagal: April 20, 1991
    Episode 1837 mins
    Sketches include The Dark Side and the commercial parody Winston-McCauley Funeral Home.
  • Delta Burke: May 11, 1991
    Episode 1936 mins
    Sketches include Bush's Good Health, Deep Thoughts, Hollywood Minute and Coffee Talk.
  • George Wendt: May 19, 1991
    Episode 2047 mins
    Sketches include Mr. No Depth Perception, Bill Swerski's Super Fans and The Carsenio Hall Show.
  • Michael Jordan: September 28, 1991
    Episode 143 mins
    Sketches include The Dark Side, Zoraida and Michael Jordan and Michael's Elevator Fan.
  • Jeff Daniels: October 5, 1991
    Episode 257 mins
    Sketches include The Tonight Show, Richmeister's Rival, The Chris Farley Show and Simon.
  • Kirstie Alley: October 12, 1991
    Episode 347 mins
    Sketches include Il Cantore Restaurant, Psycho Divorced Mother and Coffee Talk.
  • Christian Slater: October 26, 1991
    Episode 450 mins
    Sketches include Pumping Up with Hans and Franz, with a special cameo by Arnold Schwarzenegger.
  • Kiefer Sutherland: November 2, 1991
    Episode 554 mins
    Sketches include Kennedy Jury Selection, All Things Scottish and Kiddie Metal.
  • Linda Hamilton: November 16, 1991
    Episode 644 mins
    Sketches include The Tooncinator, Baby Talk, The Chris Farley Show and Massive Headwound Harry.
  • Macaulay Culkin: November 23, 1991
    Episode 745 mins
    Sketches include Hosting Alone, Bill Swerski's Super Fans and Trevor and Simon.
  • MC Hammer: December 7, 1991
    Episode 845 mins
    Sketches include Bush's Gift Ideas, Bad Haircut Support Group and Tales from the Barbecue.
  • Steve Martin: December 14, 1991
    Episode 945 mins
    Sketches include The Tonight Song, Grandma Pugga and The Doormen.
  • Rob Morrow: January 11, 1992
    Episode 1041 mins
    Sketches include The Barf Conspiracy, Gonna Be a Better Cowboy and Movie Talk in Heaven.
  • Chevy Chase: January 18, 1992
    Episode 1147 mins
    Sketches include Wayne's World and Bob Swerski's Quiz Masters, with special guest George Wendt.
  • Susan Dey: February 8, 1992
    Episode 1246 mins
    Sketches include LA Law and the Richmeister, Sensitive Naked Man and The Art Museum.
  • Jason Priestley: February 15, 1992
    Episode 1357 mins
    Sketches include Olympic Figure Skating, The Arsenio Hall Show and Beverly Hills 90210.
  • Roseanne and Tom Arnold: February 22, 1992
    Episode 1444 mins
    Sketches include Daily Affirmation and Coffee Talk, with a surprise appearance by Barbra Streisand.
  • John Goodman: March 14, 1992
    Episode 1542 mins
    Sketches include Country Singer Names and Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey.
  • Mary Stuart Masterson: March 21, 1992
    Episode 1642 mins
    Sketches include Delta Delta Delta Alumni Week and Who Shot Me?
  • Sharon Stone: April 11, 1992
    Episode 1747 mins
    Sketches include Ernie's, Security Check, Flippy, The Flipping Chihuahua and Sex Games.
  • Jerry Seinfeld: April 18, 1992
    Episode 1851 mins
    Sketches include the popular game show parody Stand Up and Win and The Lenny Wise Show.
  • Tom Hanks: May 9, 1992
    Episode 1946 mins
    Sketches include Mr. Belvedere Fan Club, The Dark Side and Deep Thoughts with Jack Handey.
  • Woody Harrelson: May 16, 1992
    Episode 2053 mins
    Sketches include Take Your Shirt Off!, Delta Delta Delta Finals Week and Sprockets.
  • Nicolas Cage: September 26, 1992
    Episode 146 mins
    Sketches include Outside the Movies, Tiny Elvis, Powerful Ross Perot and commercial parody Canis.
  • Tim Robbins: October 3, 1992
    Episode 248 mins
    Sketches include Caracci's Pizza, Larry King Live and the commercial parody That's Not Yogurt.
  • Joe Pesci: October 10, 1992
    Episode 344 mins
    Sketches include Pinky Ringery, Deep Thoughts, Bullies and the commercial parody Green and Fazio.
  • Christopher Walken: October 24, 1992
    Episode 444 mins
    Sketches include Stockdale's Joyride, The Continental, Weekend Update and Sinéad's Plea.
  • Catherine O'Hara: October 31, 1992
    Episode 545 mins
    Sketches include Perot Press Conference, Deep Thoughts and Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley.
  • Michael Keaton: November 14, 1992
    Episode 652 mins
    Sketches include Bush Calls Contributors, Bobby Watches Grandma and First Annual Gutenberg Awards.
  • Sinbad: November 21, 1992
    Episode 739 mins
    Sketches include White House Tour, Blacula, Superman's Funeral and The Dark Side with Nat X.
  • Tom Arnold: December 5, 1992
    Episode 841 mins
    Sketches include Wayne's World, Sex and Peer Pressure at Valley High and Clinton at McDonald's.
  • Glenn Close: December 12, 1992
    Episode 945 mins
    Sketches include The Royal Separation, Tori, Orgasm Guy and Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley.
  • Danny DeVito: January 9, 1993
    Episode 1049 mins
    Sketches include Simon, The Gap, Deep Thoughts and the commercial parody Canis.
  • Harvey Keitel: January 16, 1993
    Episode 1135 mins
    Sketches include Inaugural Gala, Deep Thoughts and Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer.
  • Luke Perry: February 6, 1993
    Episode 1237 mins
    Sketches include Magic Fish Town Meeting and the commercial parody Chameleon XLE.
  • Alec Baldwin: February 13, 1993
    Episode 1348 mins
    Sketches include Dateline NBC, The Chris Farley Show and the commercial parody Cluckin' Chicken.
  • Bill Murray: February 20, 1993
    Episode 1438 mins
    Sketches include Coffee Talk, Beverly Hills Town Meeting and the commercial parody Hibernol.
  • John Goodman: March 13, 1993
    Episode 1541 mins
    Sketches include The Richmeister in Waco, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey and Linda Richman's Cause.
  • Miranda Richardson: March 20, 1993
    Episode 1634 mins
    Sketches include Green and Fazio, MTV Spring Break and Russell Simmons Def Magic Show Jam.
  • Jason Alexander: April 10, 1993
    Episode 1737 mins
    Sketches include Clinton-Yeltsin Summit, Hub's Gyros and the commercial parody Jiffy Express.
  • Kirstie Alley: April 17, 1993
    Episode 1833 mins
    Sketches include Recurring Characters for Unity, La Cantore Hotel and Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey.
  • Christina Applegate: May 8, 1993
    Episode 1938 mins
    Sketches include Coffee Talk, the commercial parody Nerf Crotch Bat and Motivational Speaker.
  • Kevin Kline: May 15, 1993
    Episode 2037 mins
    Sketches include Dole at the White House, Jean Carlo's Flatulence and How to Find Financial Freedom.
  • Charles Barkley: September 25, 1993
    Episode 147 mins
    Sketches include Clinton's Health Care Plan, Out of Africa and The Gap.
  • Shannen Doherty: October 2, 1993
    Episode 238 mins
    Sketches include The Denise Show, The Relapse Guy and Noah and Frans.
  • Jeff Goldblum: October 9, 1993
    Episode 337 mins
    Sketches include Subway Musician, Wave Starter and Karl's Video, with special guest Steven Tyler.
  • John Malkovich: October 23, 1993
    Episode 433 mins
    Sketches include National Anthem, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey and Carville's Visit.
  • Christian Slater: October 30, 1993
    Episode 546 mins
    Sketches include a Halloween edition of Motivational Speaker, Teen Band and The Headline Store.
  • Rosie O'Donnell: November 13, 1993
    Episode 640 mins
    Sketches include Phil Hartman's Real Views, No Memory Waiter and The Tomboy and the Sissy.
  • Nicole Kidman: November 20, 1993
    Episode 752 mins
    Sketches include Philip and Grace, United We Stand America and Yelling in the Kitchen.
  • Charlton Heston: December 4, 1993
    Episode 845 mins
    Sketches include The President Is Illiterate and a series of Infiniti Toilet commercials.
  • Sally Field: December 11, 1993
    Episode 933 mins
    Sketches include Crab Lice Singles' Meeting and Adam Sandler's song Santa Don't Like Bad Boys.
  • Jason Patric: January 8. 1994
    Episode 1029 mins
    Sketches include Giuliani's Inauguration Speech, The Road to Self-Improvement and Ski Lift.
  • Sara Gilbert: January 15, 1994
    Episode 1150 mins
    Sketches include Tater Junction, Roommates and Family Vacations.
  • Patrick Stewart: February 5, 1994
    Episode 1234 mins
    Sketches include Show and Tell, Sexy Cakes, Hell and It's Not Their Fault.
  • Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger: February 12, 1994
    Episode 1350 mins
    Sketches include Playground, Canteen Boy Goes Camping and Microscopic Elvis.
  • Martin Lawrence: February 19, 1994
    Episode 1448 mins
    Sketches include Daily Affirmation, Matt Foley in Prison and Bench Warmer.
  • Nancy Kerrigan: March 12, 1993
    Episode 1535 mins
    Sketches include Clinton Press Conference, Sports Beat and Disney Gigs.
  • Helen Hunt: March 19, 1994
    Episode 1654 mins
    Sketches include Rockers to Help Explain Whitewater, Sexist Director and The Washing Machine.
  • Kelsey Grammer: April 9, 1994
    Episode 1739 mins
    Sketches include Something Smells Good in Stinkville, Yankee Stadium Opening Day and Sunday Morning.
  • Emilio Estevez: April 16, 1994
    Episode 1841 mins
    Sketches include Poker Billy, Geek, Dweeb or Spaz and How Much Ya Bench?
  • John Goodman: May 7, 1994
    Episode 1941 mins
    Sketches include The 1994 New York Gubernatorial Debate, Theatre Stories and Flintstones Names.
  • Heather Locklear: May 14, 1994
    Episode 2050 mins
    Sketches include Coffee Talk, Wayne Visits Melrose Place, Amazing Time Savers and 60 Minutes.
  • Steve Martin: September 24, 1994
    Episode 151 mins
    Sketches include Clinton Auditions, The Ron Wood Show, The OJ Simpson Trial and Super Sports Tours.
  • Marisa Tomei: October 1, 1994
    Episode 246 mins
    Sketches include Making Better Love Workshop, Fall Mixer and the commercial parody Lexon Paradox.
  • John Travolta: October 15, 1994
    Episode 334 mins
    Sketches include Quentin Tarantino's Welcome Back Kotter and the commercial parody Bathroom Monkey.
  • Dana Carvey: October 22, 1994
    Episode 434 mins
    Sketches include A Message from George Bush and Halloween in Dallas with Ross Perot.
  • Sarah Jessica Parker: November 12, 1994
    Episode 536 mins
    Sketches include Good Morning Brooklyn, The Casting Couch and the commercial parody Eterna Rest.
  • John Turturro: November 19, 1994
    Episode 636 mins
    Sketches include The Delicious Dish and Christopher Walken's Celebrity Psychic Friends Network.
  • Roseanne: December 3, 1994
    Episode 742 mins
    Sketches include Jesse Helms' Press, Rescue 911, USAir and Skimpy's Frozen Yogurt.
  • Alec Baldwin: December 10, 1994
    Episode 843 mins
    Sketches include Japanese Game Show and Celebrity Memorabilia Auction.
  • George Foreman: December 17, 1994
    Episode 931 mins
    Sketches include Gifts for the Middle Class, Looking Good and Jackie Stallone's Psychic Circle.
  • Jeff Daniels: January 14, 1995
    Episode 1045 mins
    Sketches include Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Evil Connie Chung and Mystery Dinner Theater.
  • David Hyde Piers: January 21, 1995
    Episode 1148 mins
    Sketches include Tales of Little Women, Scottish Soccer Hooligan Weekly and Perspectives.
  • Bob Newhart: February 11, 1995
    Episode 1244 mins
    Sketches include Book Buzz, Weekend Update, Baywatch and Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey.
  • Deion Sanders: February 18, 1995
    Episode 1345 mins
    Sketches include Simpson Jury Trial, Major League Players Assn. and The 1995 ESPY Awards.
  • George Clooney: February 25, 1995
    Episode 1451 mins
    Sketches include Black History Month, Sea Park, WR, Taxicab Confessions and Zagat's.
  • Paul Reiser: March 18, 1995
    Episode 1550 mins
    Sketches include Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley and Deep Thoughts with Jack Handey.
  • John Goodman: March 25, 1995
    Episode 1637 mins
    Sketches include The Week with David Brinkley, The Late Late Show and Unsolved Mysteries.
  • Damon Wayans: April 8, 1995
    Episode 1747 mins
    Sketches include Perspectives and Christopher Walken for Skittles.
  • Courteney Cox: April 15, 1995
    Episode 1848 mins
    Sketches include Matt Foley in Venezuela, Hiring Manson, Gapardy and Weekend Update.
  • Bob Saget: May 6, 1995
    Episode 1946 mins
    Sketches include A Message from Tony Vallencourt and Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley.
  • David Duchovny: May 13, 1995
    Episode 2037 mins
    Sketches include Zagat's, Rock and Roll Real Estate Agent and You Think You're Better Than Me?
  • Mariel Hemingway: September 30, 1995
    Episode 147 mins
    Sketches include O.J. Today, Get Off The Shed!, Leg Up and A&E Biography.
  • Chevy Chase: October 7, 1995
    Episode 241 mins
    Sketches include Althea on the Plane, Gangsta Bitch Barbie and a new edition of Spade in America.
  • David Schwimmer: October 21, 1995
    Episode 334 mins
    Sketches include Elevator, Grayson Moorehead Securities, Kids vs. Grown-Ups and Such a Pretty Face.
  • Gabriel Byrne: October 28, 1995
    Episode 439 mins
    Sketches include Halloween in New Hampshire, Baby Genetics and Robin Walker Book Reading.
  • Quentin Tarantino: November 11, 1995
    Episode 551 mins
    Sketches include Spartans Football Game, Directors on Directing and All Aboard!
  • Laura Leighton: November 18, 1995
    Episode 644 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody Old Glory Insurance and Home for the Holidays.
  • Anthony Edwards: December 2, 1995
    Episode 744 mins
    Sketches include The Joe Pesci Show, The Nasty, Nightline and The Hulk Hogan Talk Show.
  • David Alan Grier: December 9, 1995
    Episode 848 mins
    Sketches include The Rocky Roads, Wake Up and Smile, Today and Black People.
  • Madeline Kahn: December 16, 1995
    Episode 942 mins
    Sketches and segments include Large Bird Claws and Wedding Vows.
  • Christopher Walken: January 13, 1996
    Episode 1054 mins
    Sketches include Execution, The Continental, Connie Stinson Talks and Rita Snowed In.
  • Alec Baldwin: January 20, 1996
    Episode 1144 mins
    Sketches include Nightline and The Joe Pesci Show.
  • Danny Aiello: February 10, 1996
    Episode 1257 mins
    Sketches include The Sauce, Althea on the Bus and Hi-C and Turkey.
  • Tom Arnold: February 17, 1996
    Episode 1347 mins
    Sketches include The Life We Lead, Miracles of Science and Orderly T-Bone.
  • Elle MacPherson: February 24, 1996
    Episode 1439 mins
    Sketches include Spartans Swim Meet, Fresh Face Mary Katherine and Miss Manners.
  • John Goodman: March 16, 1996
    Episode 1551 mins
    Sketches include Substitute Teacher Suel, Fecal Matters and Gary MacDonald at Work.
  • Phil Hartman: March 23, 1996
    Episode 1648 mins
    Sketches include Leg Up, Acting Workshop, Taddli and the return of the Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer.
  • Steve Forbes: April 13, 1996
    Episode 1748 mins
    Sketches include Unabomber Class Reunion, Forbes on Forbes and Seattle Today.
  • Teri Hatcher: April 20, 1996
    Episode 1832 mins
    Sketches include The Princess and the Homeboy, Spade in America, Fuzzy Memories and The Local News.
  • Christine Baranski: May 11, 1996
    Episode 1938 mins
    Sketches include The Courtney Love Show, Nightclub Singer and New Personality Traits.
  • Jim Carrey: May 18, 1996
    Episode 2036 mins
    Sketches include Nightline and Jacuzzi Lifeguard.
  • Tom Hanks: September 28, 1996
    Episode 133 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody Big Brawn, TV Funhouse and Weekend Update.
  • Lisa Kudrow: October 5, 1996
    Episode 241 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody Caribbean Essence Bath Oil and TV Funhouse.
  • Bill Pullman: October 19, 1996
    Episode 343 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody Home Security Decoys, AT&T Operators and Weekend Update.
  • Dana Carvey: October 26, 1996
    Episode 449 mins
    Sketches include Larry King Live, Tom Brokaw Pre-Tapes, Church Chat and Rita on Halloween.
  • Chris Rock: November 2, 1996
    Episode 549 mins
    Sketches include The Fishing Dock, the commercial parody Excedril and Def Emergency Room Jam.
  • Robert Downey Jr.: November 16, 1996
    Episode 637 mins
    Sketches include The Delicious Dish and Clinton Thanks America.
  • Phil Hartman: November 23, 1996
    Episode 738 mins
    Sketches include O.J. TV Trial Reenactment, Thanksgiving Song Auditions and Acting Workshop.
  • Martin Short: December 7, 1996
    Episode 836 mins
    Sketches include Simpson Child Custody Hearings and Celebrity Jeopardy.
  • Rosie O'Donnell: December 14, 1996
    Episode 934 mins
    Sketches include Hickory Farms Spartans, TV Funhouse and A Christmas Greeting from Goat Boy.
  • Kevin Spacey: January 11, 1997
    Episode 1044 mins
    Sketches include Marijuana Doctor, Mr. Peepers in the Lab and Dead Parrot.
  • David Alan Grier: January 18, 1997
    Episode 1142 mins
    Sketches include Genitalia Line-Up, Maya Angelou for Butterfinger and New Microsoft Products.
  • Neve Campbell: February 8, 1997
    Episode 1236 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody Caribbean Essence Bath Oil, TV Funhouse and Weekend Update.
  • Chevy Chase: February 15, 1997
    Episode 1343 mins
    Sketches include Nightline, the commercial parody Home Security Decoys and Weekend Update.
  • Alec Baldwin: February 22, 1997
    Episode 1434 mins
    Sketches include The Late Show, The Roxbury Guys, The Gossip Show and Ex-Porn Stars.
  • Sting: March 15, 1997
    Episode 1539 mins
    Sketches include Shopping at Home Network and Weekend Update.
  • Mike Myers: March 22, 1997
    Episode 1638 mins
    Sketches include Coffee Talk, Scottish Soccer Hooligan Weekly and Prematurely Gray.
  • Rob Lowe: April 12, 1997
    Episode 1743 mins
    Sketches include Nightline, Food, Sex or Cars, TV Funhouse, Elton John and Perspectives.
  • Pamela Anderson: April 19, 1997
    Episode 1841 mins
    Sketches include The Roxbury Guys and Oprah's Book Club.
  • John Goodman: May 10, 1997
    Episode 1946 mins
    Sketches include Oprah, Jeopardy!, Talkin' with Suel and Weekend Update.
  • Jeff Goldblum: May 17, 1997
    Episode 2043 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody Big Brawn and Weekend Update.
  • Sylvester Stallone: September 27, 1997
    Episode 137 mins
    Sketches include Oprah, Rita's New Car, Reno's Investigation and Planet Hollywood.
  • Matthew Perry: October 4, 1997
    Episode 238 mins
    Sketches include Spartans Practice, Celebrity Jeopardy, Friends and Sarcasm 101.
  • Brendan Fraser: October 18, 1997
    Episode 335 mins
    Sketches include Janet Reno's Bedroom, The Delicious Dish and a new episode of The Golords.
  • Chris Farley: October 25, 1997
    Episode 440 mins
    Sketches include Permission to Host, Matt Foley at Spinning Class and The Super Fans Revisited.
  • Jon Lovitz: November 8, 1997
    Episode 547 mins
    Sketches include Dunkin' Donuts, Larry King's Wedding Reception and Set Our Nanny Free!
  • Claire Danes: November 15, 1997
    Episode 639 mins
    Sketches include The View, CEO Dreamboats and Southern Gals.
  • Rudy Giuliani: November 22, 1997
    Episode 752 mins
    Sketches include Rita's Thanksgiving, St. Monica's Spelling Bee and Friggin' Giuliani.
  • Nathan Lane: December 6, 1997
    Episode 831 mins
    Sketches include Well Babies Tragedy, History of Vaudeville, Miss Milo and Ex-Convict Santa.
  • Helen Hunt: December 13, 1997
    Episode 938 mins
    Sketches include Fun with Real Audio, Baseball Dreams, Roxbury Guys and A Burt Reynolds Christmas.
  • Samuel L. Jackson: January 10, 1998
    Episode 1035 mins
    Sketches include Publishers Clearing House Giveaway and Clinton's Movie.
  • Sarah Michelle Gellar: January 17, 1998
    Episode 1141 mins
    Sketches include The View, Dysfunctional Family Dinner and a Seinfeld-themed Buffy takeoff.
  • John Goodman: February 7, 1998
    Episode 1237 mins
    Sketches include Morning Latte and Martha Stewart Living.
  • Roma Downey: February 14, 1998
    Episode 1342 mins
    Sketches include Eye on the Olympics and Fran the Bitter Cousin.
  • Garth Brooks: February 28, 1998
    Episode 1429 mins
    Sketches include Clinton Phone Call, Real Cowboys and a new installment of Fun with Real Audio.
  • Scott Wolf: March 7, 1998
    Episode 1539 mins
    Sketches include Larry King Live, Trainee Mary Katherine, The Spartans at the Movies and Issues.
  • Julianne Moore: March 14, 1998
    Episode 1641 mins
    Sketches include The Delicious Dish, The Ladies' Man and Terrence Maddox in Art Class.
  • Steve Buscemi: April 4, 1998
    Episode 1737 mins
    Sketches include Multiple Broadcasts, The Mad Tea Party and Job Interview.
  • Greg Kinnear: April 11, 1998
    Episode 1845 mins
    Sketches include Martha Stewart Living, Name That Dog!, High Fives and a few Lost Deep Thoughts.
  • Matthew Broderick: May 2, 1998
    Episode 1945 mins
    Sketches include Sparks, Pretty Living and Prom Limo, with a special appearance by Regis Philbin.
  • David Duchovny: May 9, 1998
    Episode 2029 mins
    Sketches include an X-Files cold open with special guest Nicholas Lea as Alex Krycek.
  • The Best of Chris Farley
    Episode 2161 mins
    A compilation of sketches features Chris Farley.
  • The Best of John Belushi
    Episode 2278 mins
    A compilation of skits featuring John Belushi salutes the late actor.
  • Cameron Diaz: September 26, 1998
    Episode 141 mins
    Sketches include Oprah 2002, The View, Oops! I Crapped My Pants and Best of the First 20 Minutes.
  • Kelsey Grammer: October 3, 1998
    Episode 241 mins
    Sketches include Bedtime at the White House, The Delicious Dish and Morning Latte.
  • Lucy Lawless: October 17, 1998
    Episode 344 mins
    Sketches include Judge Judy, The History of Presidential Scandal, Goth Talk and Art Class.
  • Ben Stiller: October 24, 1998
    Episode 450 mins
    Sketches include Ben vs. Lorne, Pretty Living, Heteroy and Sparks.
  • David Spade: November 7, 1998
    Episode 538 mins
    Sketches include David Spade in Therapy, Mack North and Felicity Shoot.
  • Joan Allen: November 14, 1998
    Episode 641 mins
    Sketches include VH1 Spirituality Awards, Suel Forrester and Southern Lawyer.
  • Jennifer Love Hewitt: November 21, 1998
    Episode 730 mins
    Sketches include Lewinsky-Tripp Reenactment, with John Goodman reprising his role as Linda Tripp.
  • Vince Vaughn: December 5, 1998
    Episode 846 mins
    Sketches include Impeachment Hearings, Dog Show, Delco Cat Toys and Married Guys.
  • Alec Baldwin: December 12, 1998
    Episode 954 mins
    Sketches include NBA on NBC and Delicious Dish, with Alec Baldwin as the infamous Pete Schwetty.
  • Bill Paxton: January 9, 1999
    Episode 1024 mins
    Sketches include The View, Titanic, NewsForce and Shirt in a Can.
  • James Van Der Beek: January 16, 1999
    Episode 1138 mins
    Sketches include Larry Flynt at The White House, Teeny Weenies!, Teen Pulse and Dog Show.
  • Gwyneth Paltrow: February 6, 1999
    Episode 1253 mins
    Sketches include E! Impeachment Coverage, Staten Island Nurses, A&E Biography and Senate Voting.
  • Brendan Fraser: February 13, 1999
    Episode 1342 mins
    Sketches include Bio Flex, Sparks, Two Fat Ladies and Male Escort.
  • Bill Murray: February 20, 1999
    Episode 1438 mins
    Sketches include Yahtzee Game, Morning Latte, A Bear Ate My Parents! and Third Eye Bookstore.
  • Ray Romano: March 13, 1999
    Episode 1549 mins
    Sketches include SportsCenter and Coach Suel.
  • Drew Barrymore: March 20, 1999
    Episode 1643 mins
    Sketches include Celebrity Jeopardy!, Banana Republic and Art Class.
  • John Goodman: April 10, 1999
    Episode 1746 mins
    Sketches include Adult Literacy Program, CNN, Happy Smile Patrol and Cathouse Computer System.
  • Cuba Gooding Jr.: May 8, 1999
    Episode 1845 mins
    Sketches include Looking for Monica and The Ladies Man; guest appearance by Monica Lewinsky.
  • Sarah Michelle Gellar: May 15, 1999
    Episode 1940 mins
    Sketches include Holding Your Own Boobs Magazine and Nickelodeon Press Conference.
  • Best of Dana Carvey
    Episode 2092 mins
    A compilation of skits features former cast member Dana Carvey.
  • The Best of Dan Aykroyd
    Episode 2191 mins
    A compilation of skits salutes actor Dan Aykroyd.
  • Best Game Show Parodies
    Episode 2229 mins
    Sketches parodying TV game-shows.
  • Jerry Seinfeld: October 2, 1999
    Episode 146 mins
    Sketches include Reform Party Headquarters, Morning Latte and Complaint Line.
  • Heather Graham: October 16, 1999
    Episode 245 mins
    Sketches include Genetically Created Candidate, commercial parody Litter Critters and Blair Witch.
  • Norm MacDonald: October 23, 1999
    Episode 348 mins
    Sketches include Jeopardy!, Fun with Real Audio and Michael Jackson at the Bar.
  • Dylan McDermott: November 6, 1999
    Episode 435 mins
    Sketches include Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, Collette at Home and Lotto Pick 4 Hospital.
  • Garth Brooks: November 13, 1999
    Episode 554 mins
    Sketches include Today Is Never Yesterday, Tracy Confronts Garth and Lucifer Songs.
  • Jennifer Aniston: November 20, 1999
    Episode 646 mins
    Sketches include Wayne Porter, Sex and the City and Pokemon Parents.
  • Christina Ricci: December 4, 1999
    Episode 744 mins
    Sketches include Spartans Holiday Parade, Who Wants to Eat?, Taxicab Confessions and Goth Talk.
  • Danny DeVito: December 11, 1999
    Episode 841 mins
    Sketches include Metal Shop; special appearance by iconic dancers The Rockettes.
  • Jamie Foxx: January 8, 2000
    Episode 936 mins
    Sketches include Pillow Talk, Nick Burns and Stereotypically Jeffrey.
  • Freddie Prinze Jr.: January 15, 2000
    Episode 1046 mins
    Sketches include Elian Gonzalez NBC Special Report, Boy Band Blowout 2000 and Gifford Home.
  • Alan Cumming: February 5, 2000
    Episode 1129 mins
    Sketches include Fried Chicken Fields Forever, Dog Show and Hello Dolly.
  • Julianna Margulies: February 12, 2000
    Episode 1240 mins
    Sketches include The Bird Family, The Crocodile Hunter, Erectile Dysfunction and Hotel Bar.
  • Ben Affleck: February 19, 2000
    Episode 1346 mins
    Sketches include The All New Adventures of Mr. T, Sparks and Police Training.
  • Joshua Jackson: March 11, 2000
    Episode 1442 mins
    Sketches include Regis Auditions and On the Road with the Boys.
  • The Rock: March 18, 2000
    Episode 1544 mins
    Sketches include Backstage, The Ladies' Man and Clark Kent.
  • Christopher Walken: April 8, 2000
    Episode 1627 mins
    Sketches include Elian, The Cuban Boy!, The Continental, The Census; appearance by Will Ferrell.
  • Tobey Maguire: April 15, 2000
    Episode 1751 mins
    Sketches include The Studio 8H Rules, Celebrity Jeopardy! and Yoga Class.
  • John Goodman: May 6, 2000
    Episode 1848 mins
    Sketches include Wanna Be A VJ III, Office Flirt, Rock & Roll Restaurant, and Traffic Stop.
  • Britney Spears: May 13, 2000
    Episode 1950 mins
    Sketches include Morning Latte, Woodrow and Britney Spears, Colonial Museum and Comeback Tour.
  • Jackie Chan: May 20, 2000
    Episode 2036 mins
    Sketches include The Ladies' Man, Nick Burns, Pretty Living and Hole Diggers.
  • The Best of Adam Sandler
    Episode 2173 mins
    Skits and parodies featuring Adam Sandler.
  • Rob Lowe: October 7, 2000
    Episode 152 mins
    Sketches include Law & Order: Parking Violations Unit and Will Ferrell's infamous Patriotic Shorts.
  • Kate Hudson: October 14, 2000
    Episode 248 mins
    Sketches include Second Presidential Debate, Inside the Actors Studio and Sully and Denise.
  • Dana Carvey: October 21, 2000
    Episode 344 mins
    Sketches include Hudson Valley Community Circuit, America Undercover and Bad Conceptual Theater.
  • Charlize Theron: November 4, 2000
    Episode 442 mins
    Sketches include A Glimpse of Our Possible Future, TV Funhouse, TRL and The Seven-Year Itch.
  • Calista Flockhart: November 11, 2000
    Episode 543 mins
    Sketches include The Presidential Couple and the commercial parody Cracklin' Oat Flakes.
  • Tom Green: November 18, 2000
    Episode 654 mins
    Sketches include Decision 2000, Lorne and Tom in a Tub, Hardball, TV Funhouse and Weekend Update.
  • Val Kilmer: December 9, 2000
    Episode 747 mins
    Sketches include Gore's Lawsuit, Iceman: The Later Years, Palm Beach and Weekend Update.
  • Lucy Liu: December 16, 2000
    Episode 852 mins
    Sketches include Chi-Chi's, TRL, Pretty Living, Jarret's Room and Weekend Update.
  • Charlie Sheen: January 14, 2001
    Episode 947 mins
    Sketches include Fox Promos, Iron Chef, 37-Year-Old Baby and Weekend Update.
  • Mena Suvari: January 20, 2001
    Episode 1043 mins
    Sketches include Citizen Bill Clinton, Rap Street, Veronica & Co. and TV Funhouse.
  • Jennifer Lopez: February 10, 2001
    Episode 1141 mins
    Sketches include Jennifer's Booty, MTV Cribs, Jeannie Darcy at St. Joseph's and Weekend Update.
  • Sean Hayes: February 17, 2001
    Episode 1245 mins
    Sketches include Bush's Bipartisanship, The Delicious Dish , Hardball and Jeffrey's.
  • Katie Holmes: February 24, 2001
    Episode 1337 mins
    Sketches include The Clinton Gang, TV Funhouse, Love-ahs and Weekend Update.
  • Conan O'Brien: March 10, 2001
    Episode 1447 mins
    Sketches include Cumberland Farms, the commercial parody Subshack, VH-1 Diva-thon and TV Funhouse.
  • Julia Stiles: March 17, 2001
    Episode 1540 mins
    Sketches include Martha Stewart Living, Movie Director Suel and Weekend Update.
  • Alec Baldwin: April 7, 2001
    Episode 1655 mins
    Sketches include Delicious Dish, Red Ships of Spain and The Bush Tax Cut.
  • Renée Zellweger: April 14, 2001
    Episode 1732 mins
    Sketches include Subshack, Hardball, Crazy Doctor's Office and Weekend Update.
  • Pierce Brosnan: May 5, 2001
    Episode 1835 mins
    Sketches include Father and Daughter Bush, Jeffrey's and Weekend Update.
  • Lara Flynn Boyle: May 12, 2001
    Episode 1947 mins
    Sketches include Cheney's Energy Policy, MSNBC Investigates, MTV Cribs and Weekend Update.
  • Christopher Walken: May 19, 2001
    Episode 2042 mins
    Sketches include Hardball, Love-ahs, TV Funhouse and Centaur Job Interview.
  • Reese Witherspoon: September 29, 2001
    Episode 133 mins
    Sketches include The Little Mermaid, Jeopardy! and The Gassy Baby.
  • Seann William Scott: October 6, 2001
    Episode 250 mins
    Sketches include Law & Order: Parking Violations Unit, Jeffrey's and My Girlfriend The Porn Star.
  • Drew Barrymore: October 13, 2001
    Episode 339 mins
    Sketches include Crossing Over, Hot Tub Love-ahs and Action Talk Show.
  • John Goodman: November 3, 2001
    Episode 453 mins
    Sketches include Ashcroft's Press Conference, America Undercover and Bad Conceptual Theater.
  • Gwyneth Paltrow: November 10, 2001
    Episode 545 mins
    Sketches include Sully's Formal, Attebury Birthday Party and Dysfunctional Family Dinner.
  • Billy Bob Thornton: November 17, 2001
    Episode 650 mins
    Sketches include Festive Thanksgiving, Brian Fellows Safari Planet and Martha Stewart Living.
  • Derek Jeter: December 1, 2001
    Episode 743 mins
    Sketches include Yankee Wives and the commercial parody Dissing Your Dog.
  • Hugh Jackman: December 8, 2001
    Episode 840 mins
    Sketches include Gore's White House Call, Fortress of Solitude and Versace.
  • Ellen DeGeneres: December 15, 2001
    Episode 938 mins
    Sketches include TV Funhouse short The Narrator That Ruined Christmas and Dick Cheney's Snow Globe.
  • Josh Hartnett: January 12, 2002
    Episode 1042 mins
    Sketches include Buddy's Memorial Service, The X-Presidents and Airline Entertainment.
  • Jack Black: January 19, 2002
    Episode 1153 mins
    Sketches include Mountaintop Love-ahs, Russell Putnam, Investigative Reporter and America Undercover.
  • Britney Spears: February 2, 2002
    Episode 1241 mins
    Sketches include Inside Barbie's Dreamhouse, A Message from Martha Stewart and The Leather Man.
  • Jonny Mosely: March 2, 2002
    Episode 1346 mins
    Sketches include Sully's Ski Trip, Typhoid Mary Rehearsal and Extreme Wedding.
  • Jon Stewart: March 9, 2002
    Episode 1447 mins
    Sketches include TRL, Bloater Brothers in Customs, Talkin' to the Stars and Jazzyvisions.
  • Ian McKellan: March 16, 2002
    Episode 1546 mins
    Sketches include The Delicious Dish, Hot Air Balloon Mystery Theater and The Ferey Muhtar Talk Show.
  • Cameron Diaz: April 6, 2002
    Episode 1633 mins
    Sketches include SNL 530, Gorgeous Living, The First Female Peepers and MTV 4.
  • Dwayne Johnson: April 13, 2002
    Episode 1740 mins
    Sketches include Brian Fellows Safari Planet, The Scorpion Prince, Arthur Andersen and Hardball.
  • Alec Baldwin: April 20, 2002
    Episode 1848 mins
    Sketches include The Cardinals, The Tony Bennett Show and Birthday Lovers.
  • Kirsten Dunst: May 11, 2002
    Episode 1926 mins
    Sketches include Bush's Briefing, the commercial parody Clear Results, Bambi 2002 and Demilon.
  • Winona Ryder: May 18, 2002
    Episode 2044 mins
    Sketches include Jeopardy!, Bearologist, Girl Next Door and Will's Final Show.
  • Matt Damon: October 5, 2002
    Episode 140 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody NRA, Matt Damon vs. Matt Damon and Versace Pockets.
  • Sarah Michelle Gellar: October 12, 2002
    Episode 246 mins
    Sketches include Bush's Address to Hussein, commercial parody Swiffer Sleepers and The Be Safe Gang.
  • Sen. John McCain: October 19, 2002
    Episode 346 mins
    Sketches include Meet the Press and Jack Handey's My Big Thick Novel.
  • Eric McCormack: November 2, 2002
    Episode 451 mins
    Sketches include Game Night and John Hancock Life Insurance.
  • Nia Vardalos: November 9, 2002
    Episode 544 mins
    Sketches include Bloater Brothers, La Femme Day Spa and The Falconer.
  • Brittany Murphy: November 16, 2002
    Episode 644 mins
    Sketches include The Chanukah Song, The Leather Man, Astronaut Jones, Donahue and TV Funhouse.
  • Robert De Niro: December 7, 2002
    Episode 752 mins
    Sketches include Homeland Security Briefing and the commercial parody McDonald's Big N' Tasty.
  • Al Gore: December 14, 2002
    Episode 844 mins
    Sketches include Making Out Backstage and Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley.
  • Jeff Gordon: January 11, 2003
    Episode 947 mins
    Sketches include A Message from Kim Jong Il, Brian Fellow's Safari Planet and Star Dates.
  • Ray Liotta: January 18, 2003
    Episode 1029 mins
    Sketches include Live with Regis and Kelly and the commercial parody Global Century Investments.
  • Matthew McConaughey: February 8, 2003
    Episode 1145 mins
    Sketches include UN Security Session, Blind Date, the commercial parody Nutri-Quick and Club Traxx.
  • Jennifer Garner: February 15, 2003
    Episode 1246 mins
    Sketches include Siamese Twins and Michael Jackson in a Tree.
  • Christopher Walken: February 22, 2003
    Episode 1346 mins
    Sketches include Hardball, The Continental, Colonel Angus and Luv-ahs.
  • Queen Latifah: March 8, 2003
    Episode 1450 mins
    Sketches include 106 and Park Top 10 Live, Where Are They Now?, Weekend Update and TV Funhouse.
  • Salma Hayek: March 15, 2003
    Episode 1546 mins
    Sketches include Top O' The Morning, Versace Oscar Special, TV Funhouse and Seduction Class.
  • Bernie Mac: April 5, 2003
    Episode 1647 mins
    Sketches include Sully and Denise, the commerical parody Hot Sauce Carry Purse and At the Movies.
  • Ray Romano: April 12, 2003
    Episode 1739 mins
    Sketches include Cold Open: A Message from Saddam Hussein, What's the Rush and Weekend Update.
  • Ashton Kutcher: May 3, 2003
    Episode 1844 mins
    Sketches include Jarret's Room, Global Investments, No Punking, The Falconer and Weekend Update.
  • Adrien Brody: May 10, 2003
    Episode 1942 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody Mom Jeans, Live with Regis and Kelly and TV Funhouse.
  • Dan Aykroyd: May 17, 2003
    Episode 2029 mins
    Sketches include Top O' The Morning to You, TV Funhouse and Dr. Deacon's Haunch Crack Powder.
  • The Best of Will Ferrell
    Episode 2171 mins
    A compilation of skits features Will Ferrell.
  • Jack Black: October 4, 2003
    Episode 137 mins
    Sketches include Californians for Arnold Schwarzenegger, Cooking Class and TV Funhouse.
  • Justin Timberlake: October 11, 2003
    Episode 233 mins
    Sketches include Sully's Birthday, He's Cuter in Person and The Barry Gibb Talk Show.
  • Halle Berry: October 18, 2003
    Episode 337 mins
    Sketches include Kobe's Press Conference, Versace Halloween and Japanese Steak House.
  • Kelly Ripa: November 1, 2003
    Episode 456 mins
    Sketches include Tressant Supreme, Live with Regis and Kelly and Leilani Burke: Pet Psychic.
  • Andy Roddick: November 8, 2003
    Episode 538 mins
    Sketches include Z-105, The Governess, Merv the Perv and Jock Talk.
  • Alec Baldwin: November 15, 2003
    Episode 646 mins
    Sketches include The Plastic Surgeon, The Falconer, Prince Charles' Secretary and The Return of Roy.
  • Al Sharpton: December 6, 2003
    Episode 736 mins
    Sketches include Michael Jackson in a Roller Coaster, Three Wise Men and Black Stereotypes.
  • Elijah Wood: December 13, 2003
    Episode 831 mins
    Sketches include Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, Versace Egg Nog and Howard Dean for America.
  • Jennifer Aniston: January 10, 2004
    Episode 950 mins
    Sketches include Donald Trump's Address, Paparazzi, Saddam and Osama and Appalachian Emergency Room.
  • Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey: January 17, 2004
    Episode 1042 mins
    Sketches include Z-105, American Beef Council, The Sharon Osbourne Show and Nuts Jingles.
  • Megan Mullally: February 7, 2004
    Episode 1142 mins
    Sketches include Celebrity Poker Showdown, Golden Globe Awards, Oprah and The Wizard of Oz.
  • Drew Barrymore: February 14, 2004
    Episode 1229 mins
    Sketches include Gore's Endorsement, commercial parody Octane, Larry King Live and Spy Glass.
  • Christina Aguilera: February 21, 2004
    Episode 1348 mins
    Host Christina Aguilera; Maroon 5 performs.
  • Colin Firth: March 6, 2004
    Episode 1443 mins
    Sketches include Nightline, Accents, Meet the Press and Hotel Wilson.
  • Ben Affleck: March 13, 2004
    Episode 1543 mins
    Sketches include Gigli, The Making of the Passion of Humpty Dumpty and Only Bangkok.
  • Donald Trump: April 3, 2004
    Episode 1652 mins
    Sketches include The Apprentice, The Prince and the Pauper and 9/11 Hearings.
  • Janet Jackson: April 10, 2004
    Episode 1741 mins
    Sketches include An Easter Treat from SNL, Prince Show, Cork Soakers and Boom Boomer.
  • Lindsay Lohan: May 1, 2004
    Episode 1839 mins
    Sketches include Bush's Preparation, Hogwarts Academy and the first appearance of Debbie Downer.
  • Snoop Dogg: May 8, 2004
    Episode 1948 mins
    Sketches include Show Biz Grande Explosion!, TV Funhouse and Mother's Day Message from Snoop Dogg.
  • The Olsen Twins: May 15, 2004
    Episode 2046 mins
    Sketches include Z105, The Swan, Pat N Patti's Backpack Shack and Teenage Bloater Brothers.
  • The Best of Christopher Walken
    Episode 2182 mins
    Sketches include the greatest Continentals, the trivial tales of Ed Glosser and More Cowbell.
  • The Best of Will Ferrell Vol. 2
    Episode 2278 mins
    A compilation of skits features Will Ferrell.
  • Ben Affleck: October 2, 2004
    Episode 145 mins
    Sketches include First Presidential Debate, Swift Boat Veterans for Truth and Weekend Update.
  • Queen Latifah: October 9, 2004
    Episode 244 mins
    Sketches include Decision '04: The Presidential Debates, The Prince Show and Weekend Update.
  • Jude Law: October 23, 2004
    Episode 353 mins
    Sketches include Hardball, Green Screen Scene, Ninth Presidential Debate and Bear City.
  • Liam Neeson: November 13, 2004
    Episode 547 mins
    Sketches include Kerry at the Beach, Star's Wedding Night and Appalachian Emergency Room.
  • Luke Wilson: November 20, 2004
    Episode 652 mins
    Sketches include Debbie Downer, The American Train Wreck Awards, TV Funhouse and The Falconer.
  • Colin Farrell: December 11, 2004
    Episode 750 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody Turlington's Lower Back Tattoo Removal and Weekend Update.
  • Robert De Niro: December 18, 2004
    Episode 836 mins
    Sketches include Prince Christmas Special, TV Funhouse: A Blue Christmas and Trump Photo Shoot.
  • Topher Grace: January 15, 2005
    Episode 942 mins
    Sketches include: Tsunami Press Conference, Hardball and CBS Evening Fraudulent Document Update.
  • Paul Giamatti: January 22, 2005
    Episode 1050 mins
    Sketches include The Bush Daughters, Rice Confirmation Hearings and Weekend Update.
  • Paris Hilton: February 5, 2005
    Episode 1142 mins
    Sketches include the commercial parody Cheapkids.net, Versace Skiing and Exclusive Connections.
  • Jason Bateman: February 12, 2005
    Episode 1237 mins
    Sketches include Kim Jong Il Press Conference and the commercial parody Me-Harmony.com.
  • Hilary Swank: February 19, 2005
    Episode 1355 mins
    Sketches include Debbie Downer, Project Runway and Weekend Update.
  • David Spade: March 12, 2005
    Episode 1451 mins
    Sketches include Stewart Release, commercial parody Woomba, Art Dealers and Stunt Double.
  • Ashton Kutcher: March 19, 2005
    Episode 1550 mins
    Sketches include Hardball, Oprah, The Push-Up Contest and Weekend Update.
  • Cameron Diaz: April 9, 2005
    Episode 1650 mins
    Sketches include The Papal Debate, Barry Gibb Talk Show and Weekend Update.
  • Tom Brady: April 16, 2005
    Episode 1747 mins
    Sketches include A Message from Tom DeLay, Dr.Phil, The Falconer and Weekend Update.
  • Johnny Knoxville: May 7, 2005
    Episode 1841 mins
    Sketches include Versace Mother's Day Special, The Needlers and Weekend Update.
  • Will Ferrell: May 14, 2005
    Episode 1938 mins
    Sketches include Jeopardy!, Art Dealers, Pepper Grinder, TV Funhouse and Weekend Update.
  • Lindsay Lohan: May 21, 2005
    Episode 2047 mins
    Sketches include Hardball, America's Next Top Model, At the Movies, Prince Show and Weekend Update.
  • The Best of Jimmy Fallon
    Episode 2182 mins
    Sketches include Jimmy with Mick Jagger, Jarret's Room, Sully and Denise, Jeopardy and more.
  • Steve Carell: October 1, 2005
    Episode 123 mins
    Sketches include Jet Blue Flight 292, The Needlers and Debbie Downer.
  • Jon Heder: October 8, 2005
    Episode 216 mins
    Sketches include 4th Grade Science Fair, Hubbard Systems Retreat and Wilson Bros. Funeral Home.
  • Catherine Zeta-Jones: October 22, 2005
    Episode 39 mins
    Sketches include Dancer Party, Italian Hotel, Creighton Boys School and Singing Vows.
  • Lance Armstrong: October 29, 2005
    Episode 417 mins
    Sketches include Harmonies, Trump's Cameo, Lance's Song and Noisy Sidekick.
  • Jason Lee: November 12, 2005
    Episode 521 mins
    Sketches include The Falconer, The Soaking Wet Killer, Butt Pregnancy and Stachin.
  • Eva Longoria: November 19, 2005
    Episode 622 mins
    Sketches include The Needlers and Show Vincent Price's Thanksgiving Special 1958.
  • Dane Cook: December 3, 2005
    Episode 726 mins
    Sketches include The Morning Announcements, Turtleneck and Target.
  • Alec Baldwin: December 10, 2005
    Episode 822 mins
    Sketches include Face Transplant, Hot Dog Family, Carol! and Elf Motivation.
  • Jack Black: December 17, 2005
    Episode 921 mins
    Sketches include The Wind, Channel 5 Photo Shoot and Two A-Holes Buying a Christmas Tree.
  • Scarlett Johansson: January 14, 2006
    Episode 1015 mins
    Sketches include Once in a Lifetime Jewelers, Submarine Affair and the commercial parody Taco Town.
  • Peter Sarsgaard: January 21, 2006
    Episode 1119 mins
    Sketches include Target, Pirate Convention, Carol!, Cat Fancy Magazine and Elderly Wiretap.
  • Steve Martin: February 4, 2006
    Episode 1220 mins
    Sketches include Hamas Party, Quick Zoom Theater, Super Bowl National Anthem and Surfers.
  • Natalie Portman: March 4, 2006
    Episode 1320 mins
    Sketches include Jamba Juice, The Needlers, Bar Mitzvah and Art Dealers.
  • Matt Dillon: March 11, 2006
    Episode 1424 mins
    Sketches include Relaxation Tape, Two A-Holes at a Travel Agency and commercial parody J.J. Casuals.
  • Antonio Banderas: April 8, 2006
    Episode 1520 mins
    Sketches include Voice Recording Blind Date, Rascals Karaoke and Antonio's Stand-In.
  • Lindsay Lohan: April 15, 2006
    Episode 1618 mins
    Sketches include Debbie Downer, Chocolate Cake and First Night Out.
  • Tom Hanks: May 6, 2006
    Episode 1721 mins
    Sketches include Universal Theme Park, Kaitlin's Iguana, Tennis Players and Claremont Yoga Center.
  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus: May 13, 2006
    Episode 1818 mins
    Sketches include Bum Attention, MySpace Seminar and Unsolved Mysteries.
  • Kevin Spacey: May 20, 2006
    Episode 1917 mins
    Sketches include The Falconer, Two A-Holes at a Crime Scene and Carol!.
  • The Best of TV Funhouse
    Episode 2083 mins
    Ace, Gary present the best of "Saturday TV Funhouse."
  • Dane Cook: September 30, 2006
    Episode 121 mins
    Sketches include Airport Security Seminar and Al Pacino Checks His Bank Balance.
  • Jaime Pressly: October 7, 2006
    Episode 223 mins
    Sketches include Jon Bovi, St. Ambrose School, The Nascarettes and Big Wigs.
  • John C. Reilly: October 21, 2006
    Episode 346 mins
    Sketches include Colonial Williamsburg, Swimming Lesson and Two A-Holes Work Out with a Trainer.
  • Hugh Laurie: October 28, 2006
    Episode 458 mins
    Sketches include Trust Your Physician, The Curse of Frankenstein and Job Interview.
  • Alec Baldwin: November 11, 2006
    Episode 551 mins
    Sketches include Britney's Divorce, Saddam's Defense Team and Brazilian Bar.
  • Chris "Ludacris" Bridges: November 18, 2006
    Episode 653 mins
    Sketches include Hair Transplant, Two Old Men and Blizzard Man.
  • Matthew Fox: December 2, 2006
    Episode 750 mins
    Sketches include Mountain Man, History Buff and The First Chocolate.
  • Annette Bening: December 9, 2006
    Episode 855 mins
    Sketches include Two A-Holes in a Live Nativity Scene, Monster Under the Bed and After Work Snack.
  • Justin Timberlake: December 16, 2006
    Episode 944 mins
    Sketches include Competing Charities, Elf Audition and Target.
  • Jake Gyllenhaal: January 13, 2007
    Episode 1059 mins
    Sketches include Trump Press Conference, Cool Food and Law & Order Master Class.
  • Jeremy Piven: January 20, 2007
    Episode 1155 mins
    Sketches include Two A-Holes at an Adoption Agency, AFC Championship and Blizzard Man.
  • Drew Barrymore: February 3, 2007
    Episode 1248 mins
    Sketches include Poison Therapy, Jo-Jo the Valet and Formosa Cafe.
  • Forest Whitaker: February 10, 2007
    Episode 1347 mins
    Sketches include Bronx Beat, Valentine's Day with the Cheneys and Urigo.
  • Rainn Wilson: February 24, 2007
    Episode 1443 mins
    Sketches include Song Memories, Art Dealers and First Day at Work.
  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus: March 17, 2007
    Episode 1551 mins
    Sketches include Homebots, CBS Cares and R.P.S.
  • Peyton Manning: March 24, 2007
    Episode 1645 mins
    Sketches include Party Pooper, 300, Porch Talk and Locker Room Motivation.
  • Shia LaBeouf: April 14, 2007
    Episode 1751 mins
    Sketches include Knife Salesmen, Buying Beer and Dear Sister.
  • Scarlett Johansson: April 21, 2007
    Episode 1850 mins
    Sketches include Prom Dress Shopping, Roy Rules! and WIIX News.
  • Molly Shannon: May 12, 2007
    Episode 1948 mins
    Sketches include Tenant Meeting, The Oak Room and Trump Steaks.
  • Zach Braff: May 19, 2007
    Episode 2043 mins
    Sketches include Prom Committee, Song Memories and Puppy Love.
  • LeBron James: September 29, 2007
    Episode 149 mins
    Sketches include Children's Hope Auction, Read to Achieve and Great Moments in Guidance Counseling.
  • Seth Rogen: October 6, 2007
    Episode 255 mins
    Sketches include Big Kids, Mad Joe Dixon and MacGruber.
  • Jon Bon Jovi: October 13, 2007
    Episode 342 mins
    Sketches include Where's My Purse?, What to Call the Band and Iconoclasts.
  • Brian Williams: November 3, 2007
    Episode 453 mins
    Sketches include Riley's Way, Publishers Clearing House Giveaway and Before the Debate.
  • Tina Fey: February 23, 2008
    Episode 545 mins
    Sketches include Wedding Toast, Grandkids in the Movies and The Celebrity Apprentice.
  • Ellen Page: March 1, 2008
    Episode 656 mins
    Sketches include Shopping with Virginiaca, Hook's Revenge and The Obama Files.
  • Amy Adams: March 8, 2008
    Episode 750 mins
    Sketches include Traffic School, Roger Clemens Presents and Celebrations.
  • Jonah Hill: March 15, 2008
    Episode 856 mins
    Sketches include Six Year Old, Face to Face and Target.
  • Christopher Walken: April 5, 2008
    Episode 952 mins
    Sketches include Grease Rehearsal, Eric's Goodbye and Walken Family Reunion.
  • Ashton Kutcher: April 12, 2008
    Episode 1042 mins
    Sketches include Waiting with Oliver, Activia Commercial Shoot and Death by Chocolate.
  • Shia LaBeouf: May 10, 2008
    Episode 1156 mins
    Sketches include Scared Straight, Admirers and New York Funky.
  • Steve Carell: May 17, 2008
    Episode 1250 mins
    Sketches include CPR Training, Two A-Holes Do Karaoke and Bless This Child.
  • The Best of Chris Rock
    Episode 1364 mins
    Watch classic Chris Rock sketches like "The Dark Side with Nat X", "Nikey Turkey" and more.
  • Michael Phelps: September 13, 2008
    Episode 152 mins
    Sketches include Swim Team Motivation, Uno's and Quiz Bowl.
  • James Franco: September 20, 2008
    Episode 250 mins
    Sketches include Agent 420, Simpson Jury Selection and Dafoe's Revenge.
  • Anna Faris: September 27, 2008
    Episode 356 mins
    Sketches include Making New Friends, Boat Ride and Ex-Boyfriend.
  • Anne Hathaway: October 4, 2008
    Episode 449 mins
    Sketches include Bailout Press Conference, Boys' Night Out and Mark Wahlberg Talks to Animals.
  • Josh Brolin: October 18, 2008
    Episode 556 mins
    Sketches include Fart Face, Narc School, Surprise and Fall Foliage.
  • Jon Hamm: October 25, 2008
    Episode 644 mins
    Sketches include Trick or Treat and Two A-Holes at an Ad Agency in the 1960s.
  • Ben Affleck: November 1, 2008
    Episode 757 mins
    Sketches include Movie Pitch, Target and Countdown.
  • Paul Rudd: November 15, 2008
    Episode 843 mins
    Sketches include Scared Straight, Affectionate Family and Songwriter Showcase.
  • Tim McGraw: November 22, 2008
    Episode 956 mins
    Sketches include Clear Rite, Live Another Death and Thanksgiving Dinner.
  • John Malkovich: December 6, 2008
    Episode 1051 mins
    Sketches include New Girl, The Lost Works of Judy Blume and Cool Obama.
  • Hugh Laurie: December 13, 2008
    Episode 1156 mins
    Sketches include Christmas Dinner, Wedding Toast and Lamps.
  • Neil Patrick Harris: January 10, 2009
    Episode 1253 mins
    Sketches include Fran and Freba, Save Broadway and Group Therapy.
  • Rosario Dawson: January 17, 2009
    Episode 1354 mins
    Sketches include Gilly, Aladdin Anniversary and La Policia Mexicana.
  • Steve Martin: January 31, 2009
    Episode 1454 mins
    Sketches include Superbowl Night Out, Madoff Invites and Make-Up Counter.
  • Bradley Cooper: February 7, 2009
    Episode 1549 mins
    Sketches include Intervention, Locker Room and Bad Guys, Good Conversation.
  • Alec Baldwin: February 14, 2009
    Episode 1649 mins
    Sketches include The Oldest Jonas, Scheduling and Wii Guys.
  • Dwayne Johnson: March 7, 2009
    Episode 1753 mins
    Sketches include The Rock Obama, Apprentice Commercial Shoot and Lighthouse.
  • Tracy Morgan: March 14, 2009
    Episode 1851 mins
    Sketches include Scared Straight, Family Flix and Astronaut Jones.
  • Seth Rogen: April 4, 2009
    Episode 1951 mins
    Sketches include Phone Voices, Corporate Meeting and Muppet Bus.
  • Zac Efron: April 11, 2009
    Episode 2049 mins
    Sketches include Underage Drinking, Leaving for War and Gino's Pizza Rolls.
  • Justin Timberlake: May 9, 2009
    Episode 2144 mins
    Sketches include Surgery Center, Pirates and Mom Celebrity Translator.
  • Will Ferrell: May 16, 2009
    Episode 2246 mins
    Sketches include Inside the NBA, Remembrances and The Lawrence Welk Show.
  • Megan Fox: September 26, 2009
    Episode 143 mins
    Sketches include Bladdivan, Flight Announcement and Russian Brides.
  • Ryan Reynolds: October 3, 2009
    Episode 254 mins
    Sketches include International Masterworks, Celebrity Family Feud and On the Ground.
  • Drew Barrymore: October 10, 2009
    Episode 353 mins
    Sketches include Gilly, Book Reading and Cooking Al Fresco.
  • Gerard Butler: October 17, 2009
    Episode 450 mins
    Sketches include Beauty and the Beast, 300 and Cottage Cheese Ideas.
  • Taylor Swift: November 7, 2009
    Episode 557 mins
    Sketches include Wedding Reception, Hollywood Dish and Roomies.
  • January Jones: November 14, 2009
    Episode 653 mins
    Sketches include Rear Window, Cloud Gazing and Scientific Symposium.
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt: November 21, 2009
    Episode 749 mins
    Sketches include Say Anything, Thanksgiving Dinner and Secret Word.
  • Blake Lively: December 5, 2009
    Episode 851 mins
    Sketches include Skirt Shopping, Potato Chip Thief and UPS.
  • Taylor Lautner: December 12, 2009
    Episode 955 mins
    Sketches include Show Choir, Lab Partners and Eternal Spark of Love.
  • James Franco: December 19, 2009
    Episode 1056 mins
    Sketches include Frat Pledge, Tree Lover and Christmas Presents.
  • Charles Barkley: January 9, 2010
    Episode 1156 mins
    Sketches include Ski Retreat, Scared Straight and Reel Quotes.
  • Sigourney Weaver: January 16, 2010
    Episode 1248 mins
    Sketches include Internet Buzz, Avatar and Disco Booty Junction.
  • Jon Hamm: January 30, 2010
    Episode 1357 mins
    Sketches include 1920s Party, New Senator and Court Stenographer.
  • Ashton Kutcher: February 6, 2010
    Episode 1457 mins
    Sketches include Crisis of Conformity, Gertrude's Will and An Even-Tempered Apology.
  • Jennifer Lopez: February 27, 2010
    Episode 1551 mins
    Sketches include Hollywood Dish, Smash Mouth and Eternal Spark of Love.
  • Zach Galifianakis: March 6, 2010
    Episode 1657 mins
    Sketches include Bidet, Affectionate Family and The Situation Room.
  • Jude Law: March 13, 2010
    Episode 1755 mins
    Sketches include Hamlet Audition, The Twilight Show and Court Stenographer.
  • Tina Fey: April 10, 2010
    Episode 1852 mins
    Sketches include Lonely Teacher, School Dance and Brownie Husband.
  • Ryan Phillippe: April 17, 2010
    Episode 1952 mins
    Sketches include Mort Mort Feingold: Accountant for the Stars, Song Memories and Teen Talk.
  • Gabourey Sidibe: April 24, 2010
    Episode 2052 mins
    Sketches include Crazy Lady Yelling from a Window, Press Conference and Cherry Battle.
  • Betty White: May 8, 2010
    Episode 2147 mins
    Sketches include Gingey, The Census and Thank You for Being a Friend.
  • Alec Baldwin: May 15, 2010
    Episode 2257 mins
    Sketches include Birthday Cookout, Swim Team Awards and Snipers.
  • A Very Gilly Christmas
    Episode 2365 mins
    Holiday sketches from past years; Gilly (Kristen Wiig) appears in new sketches.
  • Amy Poehler: September 25, 2010
    Episode 154 mins
    Sketches include Bronx Beat, Hair Restoration, Maternity Matters, Wedding Venue and Weekend Update.
  • Bryan Cranston: October 2, 2010
    Episode 255 mins
    Sketches include Basketball Game, Basement Karate and The Bjelland Brothers.
  • Jane Lynch: October 9, 2010
    Episode 351 mins
    Sketches include Returns and Exchanges, Tax Masters, The New Boyfriend Talk Show and Secret Word.
  • Emma Stone: October 23, 2010
    Episode 454 mins
    Sketches include Baby Spanx, Makeover Show, Headline News Show and Weekend Update.
  • Jon Hamm: October 30, 2010
    Episode 558 mins
    Sketches include Audition, Darlique and Barney, Vincent Price's Halloween Special and Highway Cops.
  • Scarlett Johansson: November 13, 2010
    Episode 652 mins
    Sketches include Millionaire Matchmaker, Manuel Ortiz Show, Hollywood Dish and Weekend Update.
  • Anne Hathaway: November 20, 2010
    Episode 750 mins
    Sketches include Free Thanksgiving Dinner, Royal Engagement, The Essentials and WXPD News New York.
  • Robert De Niro: December 4, 2010
    Episode 852 mins
    Sketches include Little Fockers, Blizzard Man, It's a Living and Party at Mr. Bernard's.
  • Paul Rudd: December 11, 2010
    Episode 941 mins
    Sketches include Affectionate Family, Stumblin', Holiday Jam and Broadway Cares.
  • Jeff Bridges: December 18, 2010
    Episode 1047 mins
    Sketches include A Message from Mark Zuckerberg, Miley Cyrus Show and Underground Holiday Event.
  • Jim Carrey: January 8, 2011
    Episode 1157 mins
    Sketches include Black Swan, Merryville Trolley Ride, Psychic Medium and A Taste of New York.
  • Gwyneth Paltrow: January 15, 2011
    Episode 1237 mins
    Sketches include Bar Mitzvah, Record Meeting, Globe Theatre and Spitzer Auditions.
  • Jesse Eisenberg: January 29, 2011
    Episode 1352 mins
    Sketches include Estromaxx, Mister Wizard, the commercial parody El Shrinko and Weekend Update.
  • Dana Carvey: February 5, 2011
    Episode 1450 mins
    Sketches include Sleepmate Pro, Church Chat, Teen Crisis Hotline and Weekend Update.
  • Russell Brand: February 12, 2011
    Episode 1558 mins
    Sketches include Spider-Man Lawsuit, Vacation Giveaway, Royal Taster and Weekend Update.
  • Miley Cyrus: March 5, 2011
    Episode 1649 mins
    Sketches include Baby Spanx, Cruise, Disney Channel Acting School and Weekend Update.
  • Zach Galifianakis: March 12, 2011
    Episode 1748 mins
    Sketches include The Talk, Comedy Tour, Zach Looks for a New Assistant and Weekend Update.
  • Elton John: April 2, 2011
    Episode 1857 mins
    Sketches include Knights of the Realm, Royal Engagement and The Old West.
  • Helen Mirren: April 9, 2011
    Episode 1948 mins
    Sketches include Mort Mort Feingold: Accountant for the Stars, Mary Shelley and Bongo's Clown Room.
  • Tina Fey: May 7, 2011
    Episode 2058 mins
    Sketches include Below the Waves, Sleepover and Birthing Seminar.
  • Ed Helms: May 14, 2011
    Episode 2146 mins
    Sketches include One Take Tony and Ann-Margret Tries to Throw Away a Wad of Paper Into a Trashcan.
  • Justin Timberlake: May 21, 2011
    Episode 2249 mins
    Sketches include Liquorville, Merryville Love Tunnel and The Barry Gibb Talk Show.
  • The Women of SNL
    Episode 2378 mins
    A showcase of women featured on "Saturday Night Live" in its 35-year history.
  • Best of Will Ferrell: Volume 3
    Episode 2432 mins
    A compilation of skits features Will Ferrell.
  • Alec Baldwin: September 24, 2011
    Episode 155 mins
    Sketches include Angels in the Trenches, Red Flag, All My Children Wrap Party and Satellite Delay.
  • Melissa McCarthy: October 1, 2011
    Episode 257 mins
    Sketches include Office Flirt, Taste Test, Complaints and the commercial parody Rock's Way.
  • Ben Stiller: October 8, 2011
    Episode 346 mins
    Sketches include Lincoln Financial I, Fox and Friends, Lincoln Financial II and Weekend Update.
  • Anna Faris: October 15, 2011
    Episode 449 mins
    Sketches include The Manuel Ortiz Show, Lifetime Game Show, GOP Debate #2 and Weekend Update.
  • Charlie Day: November 5, 2011
    Episode 558 mins
    Sketches include Greek Gods, Because of One Dolphin and Crime Scene.
  • Emma Stone: November 12, 2011
    Episode 648 mins
    Sketches include Secret Word, Herb Welch, Wish It Would Rain and Weekend Update.
  • Jason Segel: November 19, 2011
    Episode 756 mins
    Sketches include Affectionate Family, Kelly Auditions, The Blue Jean Committee and Retirement Party.
  • Steve Buscemi: December 3, 2011
    Episode 857 mins
    Sketches include Coach Bert, Surprise, Ornaments and Weekend Update.
  • Katy Perry: December 10, 2011
    Episode 953 mins
    Sketches include Pippa Visits the Queen, One Magical Night and the commercial parody The Apocalypse.
  • Jimmy Fallon: December 17, 2011
    Episode 1053 mins
    Sketches include Dressing Room, 1920s Holiday Party, Beethoven, War Horse and Locker Room.
  • Charles Barkley: January 7, 2012
    Episode 1153 mins
    Sketches include Joann's Announcement, Lord Wyndemere and The Mayan Calendar.
  • Daniel Radcliffe: January 14, 2012
    Episode 1252 mins
    Sketches include Target, Hogwarts Academy, X27B Theater and the commercial parody Delaware Fellas.
  • Channing Tatum: February 4, 2012
    Episode 1347 mins
    Sketches include Bat Mitzvah, NBC Football Promo, Ruby Tuesday and Bongo's Clown Room.
  • Zooey Deschanel: February 11, 2012
    Episode 1454 mins
    Sketches include Newspaper, Patio Party, Victorian Ladies and Weekend Update.
  • Maya Rudolph: February 18, 2012
    Episode 1546 mins
    Sketches include Bronx Beat, Prank Show, Baby Blue Ivy and Weekend Update.
  • Lindsay Lohan: March 3, 2012
    Episode 1657 mins
    Sketches include Rude Buddha, commerical parody The Real Housewives of Disney and Weekend Update.
  • Jonah Hill: March 10, 2012
    Episode 1751 mins
    Sketches include Six Year Old, Liza Minnelli Tries to Turn Off a Lamp and Primate Research Center.
  • Sofia Vergara: April 7, 2012
    Episode 1856 mins
    Sketches include News Team Promo, Gilly, Pantene Commercial and The Manuel Ortiz Show.
  • Josh Brolin: April 14, 2012
    Episode 1938 mins
    Sketches include Woodridge High, Prom and Weekend Update.
  • Eli Manning: May 5, 2012
    Episode 2058 mins
    Sketches include Motion Capture, Text Message Evidence, Miss Drag World and Weekend Update.
  • Will Ferrell: May 12, 2012
    Episode 2152 mins
    Sketches include Alternative Prom, Anniversary Toast and the commercial parody Almost Pizza.
  • Mick Jagger: May 19, 2012
    Episode 2237 mins
    Sketches include Karaoke, Secret Word, Digital Short: Lazy Sunday 2 and Weekend Update.
  • Seth MacFarlane: September 15, 2012
    Episode 152 mins
    Sketches include Lids, Drill Sergeant, Puppetry Class and First Date.
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt: September 22, 2012
    Episode 253 mins
    Sketches include Private Detective, Hypnotist, London and My Daughter.
  • Daniel Craig: October 6, 2012
    Episode 349 mins
    Sketches include Construction Workers, Loving Couple and Mars Mission.
  • Christina Applegate: October 13, 2012
    Episode 450 mins
    Sketches include The Sirens, Halloween Ball, Dance Studio and Weekend Update.
  • Bruno Mars: October 20, 2012
    Episode 549 mins
    Sketches include Pandora Internet Radio, Yeti Point and Merryville Haunted Castle.
  • Louis C.K.: November 3, 2012
    Episode 654 mins
    Sketches include Hotel Fees, Mountain Pass, Last Call and Weekend Update.
  • Anne Hathaway: November 10, 2012
    Episode 746 mins
    Sketches include McDonald's Firing, American Gothic and Weekend Update.
  • Jeremy Renner: November 17, 2012
    Episode 850 mins
    Sketches include The Avengers, Movie Set, Coroner and Weekend Update.
  • Jamie Foxx: December 8, 2012
    Episode 944 mins
    Sketches include Fiscal Cliff Press Conference Cold Open and commercial parody Swarovski Crystals.
  • Martin Short: December 15, 2012
    Episode 1040 mins
    Sketches include Royal Family Doctor, Old Friends and Pageant Audition.
  • Jennifer Lawrence: January 19, 2013
    Episode 1155 mins
    Sketches include Post-Hunger Games News Conference, B108 FM and Love Letters.
  • Adam Levine: January 26, 2013
    Episode 1251 mins
    Sketches include Rumble, Firehouse Incident, Adam and Janet and Weekend Update.
  • Justin Bieber: February 9, 2013
    Episode 1346 mins
    Sketches include Bieber Doubles, Protective Brother and Valentine's Dance.
  • Christoph Waltz: February 16, 2013
    Episode 1452 mins
    Sketches include Tippy, Loving Couple, Secret Admirer Letter and commercial parody Papal Securities.
  • Kevin Hart: March 2, 2013
    Episode 1552 mins
    Sketches include Barnes & Noble Firing, Recording Session, '90s Funeral and 360 News.
  • Justin Timberlake: March 9, 2013
    Episode 1644 mins
    Sketches include Veganville, The Tales of Sober Caligula and the commercial parody NuvaBling.
  • Melissa McCarthy: April 6, 2013
    Episode 1748 mins
    Sketches include Honey Baked Ham Bake-Off, Pizza Business and Weekend Update.
  • Vince Vaughn: April 13, 2013
    Episode 1850 mins
    Sketches include Short-Term Memory Loss Theatre, Junior Prom, Roundball Rock and Last Call.
  • Zach Galifianakis: May 4, 2013
    Episode 1944 mins
    Sketches include Jennifer Aniston Look-Alike Competition, M&M Store and Michael Jordan's Wedding.
  • Kristen Wiig: May 11, 2013
    Episode 2053 mins
    Sketches include Target, Acupuncture, Double Date and the commercial parody 1-800-Flowers.
  • Ben Affleck: May 18, 2013
    Episode 2148 mins
    Sketches include Depression Scene, Greg's Funeral, Cop Family and Top of the Pops.
  • Tina Fey: September 28, 2013
    Episode 153 mins
    Sketches include Airport, commercial parodies e-Meth and Rick's Model T's and Weekend Update.
  • Miley Cyrus: October 5, 2013
    Episode 252 mins
    Sketches include Cheer Squad, Poetry Class, 50 Shades of Grey Auditions and Mornin' Miami.
  • Bruce Willis: October 12, 2013
    Episode 350 mins
    Sketches include Black Ops, The Ol' Barbershop, Armageddon, Centauri Vodka and Protective Son.
  • Edward Norton: October 26, 2013
    Episode 453 mins
    Sketches include Stranger Awareness, Critter Control, Numbers Guy and Ruth's Chris.
  • Kerry Washington: November 2, 2013
    Episode 552 mins
    Sketches include Career Week, Fall Carnival and Weekend Update.
  • Lady Gaga: November 16, 2013
    Episode 641 mins
    Sketches include Co-Op Board, Future Gaga, 4th Grade Talent Show and commercial parody Spotlightz!
  • Josh Hutcherson: November 23, 2013
    Episode 751 mins
    Sketches include '80s Song, Baby Boss, Best Buy Firing, Thanksgiving Guest and Animal Hospital.
  • Paul Rudd: December 7, 2013
    Episode 840 mins
    Sketches include Michelangelo's David, Divorce, Past Lovers, Santa's Workshop and Bill Brasky.
  • John Goodman: December 14, 2013
    Episode 955 mins
    Sketches include Three Wise Guys, Dance of the Snowflakes, Fire Safety and The Christmas Whistle.
  • Jimmy Fallon: December 21, 2013
    Episode 1045 mins
    Sketches include Baby It's Cold Outside, A Christmas Carol and Weekend Update.
  • Drake: January 18, 2014
    Episode 1150 mins
    Sketches include Slumber Party, Disney World Show, Mornin' Miami, Detention and Weekend Update.
  • Jonah Hill: January 25, 2014
    Episode 1246 mins
    Sketches include Willow, Six Year Old, Boss Dinner and the commercial parody Lamborghini.
  • Melissa McCarthy: February 1, 2014
    Episode 1355 mins
    Sketches include Art Exhibit, Women's Group, Summer in a Day and the commercial parody CVS.
  • Jim Parsons: March 1, 2014
    Episode 1456 mins
    Sketches include Murder Mystery, Elevator, Cowboys, Peter Pan and commercial parody The Bird Bible.
  • Lena Dunham: March 8, 2014
    Episode 1550 mins
    Sketches include Jewelry Party, commercial parody Girl and Weekend Update.
  • Louis C.K.: March 29, 2014
    Episode 1646 mins
    Sketches include Romantic Speech, Baby Boss, Mr. Big Stuff and Private Eyes.
  • Anna Kendrick: April 5, 2014
    Episode 1740 mins
    Sketches include Field Trip, The Little Mermaid, Audition, Big Joe and Weekend Update.
  • Seth Rogen: April 12, 2014
    Episode 1856 mins
    Sketches include Undercover Sharpton, Engagement Party, Steakhouse and Drug Safety.
  • Andrew Garfield: May 3, 2014
    Episode 1955 mins
    Sketches include Wedding, Spider-Man Kiss and commercial parodies The Bird Bible and Stanx.
  • Charlize Theron: May 10, 2014
    Episode 2054 mins
    Sketches include Dating Seminar, commercial parody Whiskers R' We and Weekend Update.
  • Andy Samberg: May 17, 2014
    Episode 2156 mins
    Sketches include Confident Hunchback, Affectionate Family, Camp Wicawabe and Blizzard Man.
  • SNL Halloween
    Episode 2240 mins
    Halloween sketches.
  • SNL Christmas
    Episode 2356 mins
    A compilation of popular holiday sketches.
  • Chris Pratt: September 27, 2014
    Episode 150 mins
    Host Chris Pratt; Ariana Grande performs.
  • Sarah Silverman: October 4, 2014
    Episode 245 mins
    Host Sarah Silverman; Maroon 5 performs.
  • Bill Hader: October 11, 2014
    Episode 352 mins
    Host Bill Hader; Hozier performs.
  • Jim Carrey: October 25, 2014
    Episode 452 mins
    Host Jim Carrey; Iggy Azalea performs.
  • Chris Rock: November 1, 2014
    Episode 553 mins
    Host Chris Rock; Prince performs.
  • Woody Harrelson: November 15, 2014
    Episode 646 mins
    Host Woody Harrelson; Kendrick Lamar performs.
  • Cameron Diaz: November 22, 2014
    Episode 754 mins
    Host Cameron Diaz; Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars perform.
  • James Franco: December 6, 2014
    Episode 848 mins
    Host James Franco; Nicki Minaj performs.
  • Martin Freeman: December 13, 2014
    Episode 957 mins
    Host Martin Freeman; Charli XCX performs.
  • Amy Adams: December 20, 2014
    Episode 1046 mins
    Host Amy Adams; One Direction performs.
  • Kevin Hart: January 17, 2015
    Episode 1151 mins
    Host Kevin Hart; Sia performs.
  • Blake Shelton: January 24, 2015
    Episode 1250 mins
    Host and musical guest Blake Shelton.
  • J.K. Simmons: January 31, 2015
    Episode 1352 mins
    Host J.K. Simmons; D'Angelo and the Vanguard perform.
  • Dakota Johnson; Alabama Shakes
    Episode 1448 mins
    Host Dakota Johnson; Alabama Shakes performs.
  • Chris Hemsworth: March 7, 2015
    Episode 1552 mins
    Host Chris Hemsworth; Zac Brown Band performs.
  • Dwayne Johnson: March 28, 2015
    Episode 1653 mins
    Host Dwayne Johnson; George Ezra performs.
  • Michael Keaton: April 4, 2015
    Episode 1755 mins
    Host Michael Keaton; Carly Rae Jepsen performs.
  • Taraji P. Henson: April 11, 2015
    Episode 1848 mins
    Host Taraji P. Henson; Mumford & Sons perform.
  • Scarlett Johansson: May 2, 2015
    Episode 1952 mins
    Host Scarlett Johansson; Wiz Khalifa performs.
  • Reese Witherspoon: May 9, 2015
    Episode 2051 mins
    Host Reese Witherspoon; Florence and the Machine performs.
  • Louis C.K.: May 16, 2015
    Episode 2156 mins
    Host Louis C.K.; Rihanna performs.
  • SNL 40th Anniversary Special
    Episode 22105 mins
    Comedy's biggest stars pay tribute to the 40th anniversary of "Saturday Night Live."
  • An SNL Valentine
    Episode 2333 mins
    Sketches with a Valentine's Day theme.
  • A Saturday Night Live Christmas
    Episode 2584 mins
    A compilation of the funniest holiday sketches.
  • Miley Cyrus: October 3, 2015
    Episode 145 mins
    Miley Cyrus hosts and performs.
  • Amy Schumer: October 10, 2015
    Episode 253 mins
    Host Amy Schumer; The Weeknd performs.
  • Tracy Morgan: October 17, 2015
    Episode 353 mins
    Host Tracy Morgan; Demi Lovato performs.
  • Donald Trump: November 7, 2015
    Episode 443 mins
    Donald Trump hosts tonight's show, which includes a performance from Sia.
  • Elizabeth Banks: November 14, 2015
    Episode 540 mins
    Host Elizabeth Banks; Disclosure performs with Lorde and Sam Smith.
  • Matthew McConaughey: November 21, 2015
    Episode 642 mins
    Host Matthew McConaughey; Adele performs.
  • Ryan Gosling: December 5, 2015
    Episode 742 mins
    Host Ryan Gosling; Leon Bridges performs.
  • Chris Hemsworth: December 12, 2015
    Episode 847 mins
    Host Chris Hemsworth; Chance the Rapper performs.
  • Tina Fey and Amy Poehler: December 19, 2015
    Episode 948 mins
    Hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler; Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band performs.
  • Adam Driver: January 16, 2016
    Episode 1049 mins
    Host Adam Driver; Chris Stapleton performs.
  • Ronda Rousey: January 23, 2016
    Episode 1148 mins
    Host Ronda Rousey; Selena Gomez performs.
  • Larry David: February 6, 2016
    Episode 1248 mins
    Host Larry David; The 1975 performs.
  • Melissa McCarthy: February 13, 2016
    Episode 1343 mins
    Host Melissa McCarthy; Kanye West performs.
  • Jonah Hill: March 5, 2016
    Episode 1452 mins
    Host Jonah Hill; Future performs.
  • Ariana Grande: March 12, 2016
    Episode 1546 mins
    Ariana Grande hosts and performs.
  • Peter Dinklage: April 2, 2016
    Episode 1656 mins
    Host Peter Dinklage; Gwen Stefani performs.
  • Russell Crowe: April 9, 2016
    Episode 1752 mins
    Host Russell Crowe; Margo Price performs.
  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus: April 16, 2016
    Episode 1852 mins
    Host Julia Louis-Dreyfus; Nick Jonas performs.
  • Brie Larson: May 7, 2016
    Episode 1952 mins
    Host Brie Larson; Alicia Keys performs.
  • Drake: May 14, 2016
    Episode 2054 mins
    Drake hosts and performs.
  • Fred Armisen: May 21, 2016
    Episode 2145 mins
    Host Fred Armisen; Courtney Barnett performs.
  • Margot Robbie: October 1, 2016
    Episode 156 mins
    Host Margot Robbie; The Weeknd performs.
  • Lin-Manuel Miranda: October 8, 2016
    Episode 252 mins
    Host Lin-Manuel Miranda; Twenty One Pilots performs.
  • Emily Blunt: October 15, 2016
    Episode 356 mins
    Host Emily Blunt; Bruno Mars performs.
  • Tom Hanks: October 22, 2016
    Episode 455 mins
    Host Tom Hanks; Lady Gaga performs.
  • Benedict Cumberbatch: November 5, 2016
    Episode 536 mins
    Host Benedict Cumberbatch; Solange performs.
  • Dave Chappelle: November 12, 2016
    Episode 650 mins
    Host Dave Chappelle; A Tribe Called Quest performs.
  • Kristen Wiig: November 19, 2016
    Episode 758 mins
    Host Kristen Wiig; The xx performs.
  • Emma Stone: December 3, 2016
    Episode 855 mins
    Host Emma Stone; Shawn Mendes performs.
  • John Cena: December 10, 2016
    Episode 960 mins
    Host John Cena; Maren Morris performs.
  • Casey Affleck: December 17, 2016
    Episode 1049 mins
    Host Casey Affleck; Chance The Rapper performs.
  • Felicity Jones: January 14, 2017
    Episode 1158 mins
    Host Felicity Jones; Sturgill Simpson performs.
  • Aziz Ansari: January 21, 2017
    Episode 1249 mins
    Host Aziz Ansari; Big Sean performs.
  • Kristen Stewart: February 4, 2017
    Episode 1358 mins
    Host Kristen Stewart; Alessia Cara performs.
  • Alec Baldwin: February 11, 2017
    Episode 1454 mins
    Host Alec Baldwin; Ed Sheeran performs.
  • Octavia Spencer: March 4, 2017
    Episode 1552 mins
    Host Octavia Spencer; Father John Misty performs.
  • Scarlett Johansson: March 11, 2017
    Episode 1655 mins
    Host Scarlett Johansson; Lorde performs.
  • Louis C.K.: April 8, 2017
    Episode 1756 mins
    Host Louis C.K.; The Chainsmokers perform.
  • Jimmy Fallon: April 15, 2017
    Episode 1850 mins
    Jimmy Fallon; Harry Styles performs.
  • Chris Pine: May 6, 2017
    Episode 1944 mins
    Host Chris Pine; LCD Soundsystem performs.
  • Melissa McCarthy: May 13, 2017
    Episode 2047 mins
    Host Melissa McCarthy; HAIM performs.
  • Dwayne Johnson: May 20, 2017
    Episode 2154 mins
    Host Dwayne Johnson; Katy Perry performs.
  • Ryan Gosling: September 30, 2017
    Episode 159 mins
    Host Ryan Gosling; Jay-Z performs.
  • Gal Gadot: October 7, 2017
    Episode 252 mins
    Host Gal Gadot; Sam Smith performs.
  • Kumail Nanjiani: October 14, 2017
    Episode 359 mins
    Host Kumail Nanjiani; P!nk performs.
  • Larry David: November 4, 2017
    Episode 458 mins
    Host Larry David; Miley Cyrus performs.
  • Tiffany Haddish: November 11, 2017
    Episode 560 mins
    Host Tiffany Haddish; Taylor Swift performs.
  • Chance the Rapper: November 18, 2017
    Episode 656 mins
    Host Chance the Rapper; Eminem performs.
  • Saoirse Ronan: December 2, 2017
    Episode 755 mins
    Host Saoirse Ronan; U2 performs.
  • James Franco: December 9, 2017
    Episode 855 mins
    Host James Franco; SZA performs.
  • Kevin Hart: December 16, 2017
    Episode 957 mins
    Host Kevin Hart; Foo Fighters perform.
  • Sam Rockwell: January 13, 2018
    Episode 1056 mins
    Host Sam Rockwell; Halsey performs.
  • Jessica Chastain: January 20, 2018
    Episode 1156 mins
    Host Jessica Chastain; Troye Sivan performs.
  • Will Ferrell: January 27, 2018
    Episode 1