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Saturday Night Live

Saturday Night Live

NBC 1975

A late-night live television sketch comedy and variety show created by Lorne Michaels. The show's comedy sketches, which parody contemporary culture and politics, are performed by a large and varying cast of repertory and newer cast members. Each episode is hosted by a celebrity guest, who usually delivers an opening monologue and performs in sketches with the cast, and features performances by a musical guest.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Saturday Night Live

Saturday Night Live - S37E15

#1 - Maya Rudolph with Sleigh Bells


Season 37 - Episode 15

Sleigh Bells perform “Comeback Kid" and “End of the Line" Skits include: New York Sports Now, Bronx Beat, Maya Angelou’s I Know Why The Caged Bird Laughs, Beyonce and Jay Z, What’s Up With That?, Super Showcase, A Message from First Lady Michelle Obama, How’s He Doing?

The episode was rated from 48 votes.

Saturday Night Live - S36E22

#2 - Justin Timberlake with Lady Gaga


Season 36 - Episode 22

Sketches include Rikers Island, Liquorville, WXPD News, Three-Way (Digital Short), What's That Name?, Merry-Go-Love Tunnel, Secret Word and The Barry Gibbs Talk Show. Lady Gaga performs "The Edge of Glory", "Judas" and "Born This Way".

The episode was rated from 34 votes.

Saturday Night Live - S35E14

#3 - Ashton Kutcher/Them Crooked Vultures


Season 35 - Episode 14

Actor Ashton Kutcher hosts; Them Crooked Vultures perform "Mind Eraser, No Chaser" and "New Fang." Sketches include "On the Record w/ Greta Van Susteren," "Gertrude's Will," "The View," "Cialis for Threeways Commercial," "Roman Slave Boy," "Weekend Update" with guests Liam (a teenager who just woke up), Eliot Spitzer, Jean K. Jean, and Garth and Kat, "What Is Burn Notice?" "Access Hollywood's Oscar Coverage," "An Even-Tempered Apology from Rahm Emanuel," and "Wedding Band.

The episode was rated from 12 votes.

Saturday Night Live - S37E10

#4 - Jimmy Fallon with Michael Bublé


Season 37 - Episode 10

Michael Bublé performs “A Holly, Jolly Christmas” and “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” Skits include: Sully and Denise, Today with Kathie Lee and Hoda, Michael Bublé Christmas Duets, Mirror Sketch, 1920s Party, Half Jewish, Half Italian, Completely Neurotic, Seasons Greetings From Saturday Night Live, Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, Regional Production of “War Horse, Tebow and Jesus.

The episode was rated from 43 votes.

Saturday Night Live - S35E21

#5 - Betty White/Jay-Z


Season 35 - Episode 21

Sketches include "Lawrence Welk Cold Open," "Betty White Monologue," "NPR," "The Manuel Ortiz Show," "Gingey," "Weekend Update," featuring Molly Shannon as Sally O'Malley and Betty White as Dottie Donigan, "Scared Straight" and "Census 2010."

The episode was rated from 31 votes.

Saturday Night Live - S36E13
#6 - Jesse Eisenberg with Nicki Minaj
Season 36 - Episode 13

Sketches include Bachmann Address Cold Open, Eisenberg Monologue featuring Mark Zuckerberg, Estromaxx, Mister Wizard, Herb Welch, An SNL Digital Short: The Creep featuring Nicki Minaj, Weekend Update, Bride of Blackenstein, MTV Skins, and more.

The episode was rated from 21 votes.
Saturday Night Live - S29E2
#7 - Justin Timberlake
Season 29 - Episode 2

Live From New York, It's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include, ""Hardball"", ""Punk'd: Barely Legal"", ""Schwarzenegger Press Conference"", ""A Message From Nick Lachey & Jessica Simpson"", ""Omletteville vs., Benny's"", ""DirecTV"", ""Boston Teens"", ""The Sharon Osbourne Show"", ""Justin and Kermit The Frog"", ""Carl Weathers For Governor"", ""Amy Loves Justin"", and ""The Barry Gibb Talk Show.""

The episode was rated from 11 votes.
Saturday Night Live - S37E22
#8 - Mick Jagger with Arcade Fire, Jeff Beck, Foo Fighters
Season 37 - Episode 22

Mick Jagger performs "The Last Time" with Arcade Fire, "19th Nervous Breakdown" and "It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll" with Foo Fighters, and a duo with Jeff Beck. Skits include: The Lawrence Welk Show, Secret Word, Karaoke Champ, Lazy Sunday 2, Politics Nation, So You Think You Can Dance At An Outdoor Music Festival, The Californians, Graduation Day.

The episode was rated from 45 votes.
Saturday Night Live - S35E11
#9 - Charles Barkley / Alicia Keys
Season 35 - Episode 11

Former basketball star Charles Barkley comes back (after a 17-year gap) to host the first new episode of 2010; Alicia Keys (who last appeared on the first episode of season 27 with host Reese Witherspoon) comes back to perform "Try Sleeping with a Broken Heart" and "Empire State of Mind." Sketches include "The Situation Room," "Thomas Peepers Insurance," "Reel Quotes," "MacGruber" (three-part sketch), "Shana at the Ski Retreat," "Inside the NBA," "Weekend Update" with James Carville, Nicolas Cage, and Governor David Paterson, "The Haney Project," "Digital Short: Alicia Keys' Booty Call," "Scared Straight," and "Barkley's Bank."

The episode was rated from 14 votes.
Saturday Night Live - S36E20
#10 - Tina Fey with Ellie Goulding
Season 36 - Episode 20

Sketches include Osama Cold Open, Mother's Message Monologue, GOP Debate, Mermaid, An SNL Digital Short: Jack Sparrow, Weekend Update, Birthing Class, Bedelia - Sleepover, Pregnant in Heels, Discount Prom Wear, and Hallmark Mother's Day.

The episode was rated from 26 votes.

Last updated: oct 22, 2021



I missed Bruno Mars last week?!? Now I'm mad... lol


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Tried watching this after many years of not seeing it. Not sure if I matured or the show is just not funny anymore but wow I was disappointed and not how I remembered it. Tried several of the new episodes but just can't bare it anymore and there is a lot of other stuff to watch instead.


When are you gonna put the new Donald Trump episode here?


I'm noticing an odd trend where the really funny episodes of SNL are when the non-comedians are headlining, the humour in skits feels less forced, i.e. Seth Rogan's skits (39x18) felt really forced (and half of them seemed to be about weed, where as Anna Kendrick's (39x17) skits felt less forced and mostly genuinely funny.


So many hilarious moments through out the years

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