Prerecorded from New York, Los Angeles, Austin, and San Antonio, it’s All My Friends Are Right Here!
In honor of SNL’s 41st season premiere, the guys are looking back on five decades of the show to draft their all-time favorite casts.
Topics include: Johnny Dangerously, the many hairstyles of Tim Meadows, and Billy Crystal sketches that were actually Chris Kattan sketches.
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They did it! They found the best skit of Saturday Night Live’s Season 40’s spring! In this over-sized episode, Scott, Kia, and Vince go through all their previous Best Skit of the Night contenders and find out what will be remembered as the classic skit from Season 40.
See the skit they picked after the break!
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Before our SNL Best Skit of the Season Spectacular next week, here’s one last chance to check out all the best skits from the Saturday Night Live, spring Season 40!
Even if you haven’t been keeping up with SNL, here’s the best 11 skits this spring had to offer.
Sound off in the comments about what your favorite was. Scott, Kia, and I may read your comment on the air and you will be immortalized forever in the completely permanent format of a weekly podcast series.
All the skits are embedded after the break!
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Louis CK finishes off SNL’s 40th season as Kate McKinnon’s Hillary Clinton returns, Riblet steals Che’s jorb, and Kia clarifies once and for all that he is not a pedophile.
This week, our Best Skit of the Night honors go to “Police Lineup” – a funny send-up of New York actor types auditioning to be a criminal.
It’s summertime, everybody! But we’re not done yet. In two weeks, tune in for our Best of the Spring Season Spectacular! We’re going to go through all our Best Skits and pick the best one.
Download and subscribe to Tuesday Morning Pod today! All through the summer, we’re going to be doing special episodes about the SNL legacy and sketch comedy in general. We hope you’ll stick around until Season 41.
Taraji P. Henson hosted this week’s Saturday Night Live, and boy, was Cookie a real Monster.
While an uneven episode, there was a little something for everyone – the return of Kate McKinnon’s Hillary Clinton, QVC cat jokes, Empire/Sesame Street mashups, and super racist A League of Their Own parodies.
All that and more in this week’s Tuesday Morning Pod!
Overall, there were a lot of skits that were good premise, but not much payoff. Even so, there were some fantastic belly laughs to be had.
This week’s Best Skit of the Night was a controversial decision. It was Scott and Kia’s favorite, but definitely not Vince’s favorite (because Vince is a good feminist). It was Teacher Trial.
It’s showtime! Michael Keaton hosts SNL for a very, very weird night. Guys, there were Dire Straits jokes. And Johnny Dangerously jokes! And cats dressed as Hillary Clinton!
Kia couldn’t make it onto this week’s record, but our good friend Chris Dobson from the Your Stupid Minds podcast guests on our latest episode.
Please listen and subscribe and then remember to call your grandmother!
The best skit of the night was Easter Candy, a very weird (no surprise) little skit.
Easter Candy is a recurring skit of an Ed Norton skit from last season. It’s also pretty funny!
Thor hosted this week’s Saturday Night Live, so that gives Scott, Vince, and featured player Kia ample time to talk about Thor’s muscles, Avengers minutiae, and ugly Hemsworth brothers.
This week’s best skit was the Hillary Clinton Cold Open. That’s not to say that the episode was all downhill from the beginning. It was just a nice, strong introduction to a new Kate McKinnon impression. Her Hillary should be fun going into the 2016 election season.
Oh, and Kia’s screener somehow missed the Beck Bennett/Kyle Mooney “Reality House”. So I’ve included it below for him.