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Like a Boss: The Secret of SNL's Success
At Clarence Thomas' confirmation hearings, Joe Biden asks some tough questions. Saturday Night Live. Kate McKinnon's Season 44 Highlights. GoT Tribute. A Journey Through Time. The View: Pete Buttigieg. Cut for Time: Retirement Party.
Bobby Watches Grandma. This sketch will scratch that itch. While the favored grandchild, Joey Keaton , gets busy in a back room, he asks Bobby Farley to keep their grandmother Sandler busy. The old lady gripes, wails, and blames poor Bobby for everything; Bobby breaks things and gets whacked in the head by his brother. And there are options for watching this one: either on air or at dress, the sketch became entirely about Farley losing his wig and all the actors breaking. This is a crystal-clear idea that not only puts Sandler center stage but forces him to do a tiny bit of acting, too. This show is a journey through his anger and sadness posing as a talk show.
No comedy franchise has ever generated as many unforgettable characters as Saturday Night Live. Robinsons, our Roseanne Rosannadannas. So here's a salute to the 40 greatest — not necessarily the most famous, just the funniest. Some are legendary, others obscure. Some recurred week after week; others only showed up once or twice.
40 Best ‘Saturday Night Live’ Characters of All Time
With the birthday of Saturday Night Live this weekend, we celebrated 40 years of an institution. In those four decades, television entertainment options have increased exponentially, but SNL has been the one constant. And who has been the only constant of that constant? The boss: Lorne Michaels. There's a lot to be learned from Lorne -- he's good enough, smart enough, and doggone it, people like him.