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Sketches

  1. best of 2018
    The 10 Best Saturday Night Live Sketches of 2018Rounding up our favorite musical parodies, recurring sketches, and delightfully bizarre original characters of the year.
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    How SNL’s Surreal ‘House Hunters’ Sketch Came TogetherTalking with SNL co-head writer Kent Sublette about the delightfully weird Liev Schreiber–Leslie Jones HGTV parody.
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    The Story Behind Chris Redd and Pete Davidson’s ‘Trees’ SNL SketchTalking with cast member Chris Redd about the sketch that got cut off during the latest live SNL broadcast.
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    The Story Behind Kate McKinnon’s Debette Goldry SNL CharacterTalking with writer Anna Drezen about one of SNL’s best recurring characters.
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    The Story Behind Adam Driver’s Oil Baron SNL SketchTalking with the freshman writer behind a highlight of the season 44 premiere.
  6. cut for time
    Adam Driver Has His Own Li’l Shape of Water in Cut-for-Time SNL SketchGuillermo del Toro is somewhere, angrily ripping his The Shape of Water 2 script in half right now.
  7. cut for time
    SNL Wonders How Far You’ll Go for a New Year’s Eve Kiss in Cut-for-Time SketchBeing single on December 31 is hard enough without having to whisper your deepest secret to an interdimensional bouncer.
  8. saturday night live
    Kellyanne Conway (Evil) Clowns Around in Saturday Night Live’s Kellywise SketchCould Pennywise do his little insane clown dance in heels? Doubt it.
  9. last night on late night
    Watch Tom Hanks Play David S. Pumpkins on SNLIconic. Any questions?
  10. last night on late night
    SNL Spoofs TV Dramas That Should Be ComediesMove over, Jeffrey Tambor.
  11. last night on late night
    Kate McKinnon Shares Her Hollywood Wisdom on SNLMargot Robbie breaks as soon as McKinnon starts talking, of course.
  12. Watch a Cut-for-Time Russell Crowe SNL Sketch“These kids couldn’t catch gonorrhea from a Filipino whorehouse.”
  13. Dolores Santangeli, Surrogate Mother for HireThis is an oldie-but-a-goodie, featuring and written by SNL writer Christine Nangle for sketch group Bobby Chicago. “I’m a professional!”