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First Air Date: October 11th, 1975
Last Air Date: December 2nd, 2023
Created By: Lorne Michaels, Dick Ebersol
Star Casts: Michael Che, Mikey Day, Kenan Thompson, Heidi Gardner, Ego Nwodim, Chloe Fineman, Bowen Yang, Andrew Dismukes, Punkie Johnson, James Austin Johnson, Sarah Sherman, Marcello Hernandez, Molly Kearney, Michael Longfellow, Devon Walker, Chloe Troast, Ben Marshall, John Higgins, Martin Herlihy
Aired On: NBC
Episode Runtime: 67 minutes
Total Seasons: 49 Seasons
Total Episodes: 958 Episodes
Type: Scripted
Status: Returning Series
Homepage: NBC - Saturday Night Live

Last Updated: Thu, 07 Dec 2023 04:39:16 +0000

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Saturday Night Live

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.

Seasons and Episodes

Specials (218 Episodes)

1: Mardi Gras Special - Aired: 1977-02-20

One of the few episodes to air from a location outside of NBC's studios at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York, the Mardi Gras Special was broadcast live from New Orleans on Mardi Gras 1977. It was hosted by Randy Newman, who also performed songs, and featured a number of special guests, including Buck Henry, Eric Idle, Cindy Williams, and Henry Winkler.

2: Things We Did Last Summer - Aired: 1978-10-28

One week, instead of the beloved, in-studio zaniness of SNL, viewers were treated to this bizarre collection of short docu/mocu-mentary films. Lorraine Newman details her surreal adventures on a tropical vacation. Bill Murray semi-seriously quits comedy for the chance to play minor-league baseball. At the end of summer he again "retires" a la Lou Gehrig. Gilda Radner picks up some extra cash by offering guided tours of her New York City apartment. Jake and Elwood Blues (John Belushi and Dan Ackroyd) rip up the stage on a genuine concert tour. Garrett Morris' vignette has, sadly, faded from memory.

3: SNL Film Festival - Aired: 1985-03-02

A clip show hosted by Billy Crystal which featured SNL's best pretaped sketches and short films from 1981 to 1985, including short films by Albert Brooks, Gary Weis, Tom Schiller, and Christopher Guest.

4: Saturday Night Live 15th Anniversary Special - Aired: 1989-09-24

An anniversary show celebrating SNL's 15th season. Chevy Chase returned to reprise his "opening fall" bit in the cold open and Tom Hanks performed the opening monologue. Prince and Paul Simon performed. The show featured a number of special guests, including SNL stars Kevin Nealon, Phil Hartman, Dan Aykroyd, Jon Lovitz, Jane Curtin, Christopher Guest, Martin Short, and Buck Henry, as well as others including Robin Williams, Billy Crystal, Mary Tyler Moore, O.J. Simpson, and Bruce Willis.

5: 2nd Annual Saturday Night Live Mother's Day Special - Aired: 1993-05-09

A Mother's Day special featuring the SNL ensemble with their real-life mothers as well as a compilation of sketches from the 1992-93 season.

6: The Best of Saturday Night Live: 1989 Annual - Aired: 1989-07-21

"Best of" anthology from the 1989 Season. Sketches include: Ft. Army Base, Mel Gibson Monolog, Toonces the Driving Cat, Geritech Commercial, Attitudes: Driftwood Sculpture, Big Red Commercial, Weekend Update (George Michael) and Dukakis After Dark.

7: The Bad Boys of Saturday Night Live - Aired: 1998-09-26

Adam Sandler, David Spade, Chris Rock, Rob Schneider and Chris Farley put together this hilarious Saturday Night Live sketch celebration! With each one of their memorable characters: Sandler's Opera Man, Spade's sarcastic news commenator, Rock's Nat X, Schneider's Richard the Copy Guy, and Farley's host of the Chris Farley Show.

8: Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary - Aired: 1999-09-25

A TV special celebrating the 25th anniversary of Saturday Night Live. Before a celebrity audience, many of the former cast members and guest hosts return to perform their signature monologues and present a look back at some of the best comedy skits and musical numbers of the past two and a half decades.

9: The Best of Adam Sandler - Aired: 1999-11-09

Adam Sandler and his crazy cast of characters will put you in stiches. Witness Sandler's zaniest SNL moments including: Lucy, the Gap Girl, Brian, host of the "Denise Show", Canteen Boy, Bruce Springsteen, Opera Man, and Cajun Man.

10: The Best of Dana Carvey - Aired: 2000-02-15

Includes comic creations such as: Ross Perot, Johnny Carson, Garth Algar of Wayne's World, Church Lady, Hans of Hans & Franz, Jimmy Stewart, George Bush, and Robin Leach

11: The Best of Steve Martin - Aired: 2000-04-25

No other person has been a guest on Saturday Night Live as many times as the inimitable Steve Martin, which is what makes SNL's Best of Steve Martin compilation the finest of the series. This collection gives us not only clips of some of the show's funniest moments, but also a sense of how the show has evolved from the 1970s. Earlier monologues were rougher, less staged, but absolutely out of control in the best way, as Martin is given free rein to unleash his "happy feet," play the banjo, and generally explore his zaniness. The earliest clip dates from 1976 and the latest from the mid-'90s, showcasing the program's greatest players throughout the seasons--Chevy Chase, Laraine Newman, Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Mike Meyers, Dana Carvey, Nora Dunn, David Spade, Jon Lovitz. The beloved classics are here, from "King Tut," with complete Egyptian regalia, to the arrow through the head to, of course, a "wild and crazy guy." Not enough for you? Well, "excuuuuuuse me." Also included are the Coneheads at home (with Martin playing a hapless IRS agent), "Jeopardy 1999," "Common Knowledge" (one of the wittiest SNL sketches ever), and ads for "Rise" and for "Steve Martin's Penis Cream." This collection will satisfy longtime SNL fans and is a great way to show newer fans what comedy is really about.

12: The Best of Chris Farley - Aired: 2000-04-25

Everybody remembers Chris Farley, the big lovably guy from Saturday Night Live. Before he was the Beverly Hills Ninja, or Tommy Boy, or even before he was in Black Sheep or Almost Heroes, Chris was on Saturday Night Live and played characters like Matt Foley the energized motivational speaker, Bennet Brauer the gross-out news correspondent, Chippendales' dancer, and many more!

13: The Best of Molly Shannon - Aired: 2003-08-12

Shannon's unmistakable comedy antics are in full effect in this collection of sketches from SNL's wild alumna. Laugh along with her fearlessly funny characters like brazen schoolgirl Mary Katherine Gallagher and Joyologist Helen Madden.

14: The Best of Will Ferrell - Aired: 2003-08-12

The best skits from Will Ferrell's days on Saturday Night Live 1995-2002.

15: 25 Years of Music Volume 1 - Aired: 2003-12-11

Saturday Night Live, the critically acclaimed award-winning variety series, has launched the careers of the brightest musical and comedy talent of our time. Saturday Night Live 25 Years of Music Volume 1 features the best live musical and sketch performances between 1975 - 1980 from the SNL archives with digitally re-mastered surround sound. Billy Joel Only The Good Die Young 1978, Ray Charles What'd I Say 1975, Carly Simon You're So Vain 1976, Grateful Dead Casey Jones 1978, Simon & Garfunkel The Boxer 1975, Joe Cocker Feelin Alright 1975, Elvis Costello Less Than Zero / Radio Radio 1977, Blues Brothers Soul Man 1978, Patti Smith Gloria 1976, Mick Jagger & Peter Tosh Don't Look Back 1978, The Band The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down 1976 Plus Sketches starring John Belushi, Steve Martin, Jane Curtin, Laine Newman, Gilda Radner, Chevy Chase, Paul Simon, Bill Murray, Andy Kaufman, Lorne Michaels, Dan Aykroyd and Mick Jagger

16: The Best of Christmas - Aired: 2004-01-15

Fill your cup of cheer to the brim with this classic collection of Saturday Night Live send-ups: -The "Lost" Ending to It's a Wonderful Life -Adam Sandler's Hanukkah Song -Dysfunctional Family Christmas -Master Thespian as Santa -The Church Lady's rockin' drum solo -Mr. Robinson's Christmas -Martha Stewart's Topless Christmas Special. Ho Ho Ha! Get the gift of laughter from your favorite Saturday Night Live cast members including Dana Carvey, Chevy Chase, Jane Curtin, Phil Hartman, Jon Lovitz, Eddie Murphy, Bill Murray, Mike Myers, Adam Sandler and many more! You'll laugh out loud with special guests Alec Baldwin, Candice Bergen, Danny DeVito, Steve Martin, Paul Simon and William Shatner. It's great comedy fun any time of the year.

17: The Best of David Spade - Aired: 2004-01-24

Considered one of the bad boys of SNL, David Spade has been making television and movie audiences laugh for years with his unique blend of sarcasm and wit. See where it all began with some of his most memorable moments on SNL. You'll enjoy Spade's classic characters like The Receptionist, Gap Girls, Don Lapre, and of course the Flight Attendant wishing you a good day and "Buh Bye". You'll also enjoy Spade in America featuring Teri Hatcher, Sean Penn, and Christopher Walken.

18: 25 Years of Music Vol. 2 - Aired: 2004-02-02

Saturday Night Live, the critically acclaimed award-winning variety series, has launched the careers of the brightest musical and comedy talent of our time. Saturday Night Live 25 Years of Music Volume 2 features the best live musical and sketch performances between 1980 - 1985 from the SNL archives with digitally re-mastered surround sound. Tina Turner Better Be Good to Me 1985, James Brown I Got You 1980, Queen Crazy Little Thing Called Love 1982, Randy Newman I Love L.A. 1983, The Go Go's We Got the Beat 1981, Rick James Super Freak 1981, Talking Heads Take Me To The River 1979, Spinal Tap Big Bottom 1984, John Mellencamp Pink Houses 1983, Duran Duran Hungry Like The Wolf 1983 Plus Sketches starring Martin Short, Eddie Murphy, Billy Crystal, Ringo Starr, Stevie Wonder, Joe Piscopo and Rich Hall

19: 25 Years of Music Vol. 3 - Aired: 2004-02-02

Saturday Night Live, the critically acclaimed award-winning variety series, has launched the careers of the brightest musical and comedy talent of our time. Saturday Night Live 25 Years of Music Volume 3 features the best live musical and sketch performances between 1985 - 1990 from the SNL archives with digitally re-mastered surround sound. The Bangles Hazy Shade of Winter 1988, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Free Falin' 1989, Paul Simon Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes 1986, Neil Young Rockin' in the Free World 1989, Roy Orbison O Pretty Woman 1987, Pretenders Don't Get Me Wrong 1986, Fine Young Cannibals She Drives Me Crazy 1989, Sting We'll Be Together 1987, Elvis Costello Veronica 1989 Plus Sketches starring Mike Myers, Dana Carvey, Aerosmith, Chris Farley, Patrick Swayze, Jon Lovitz, Harry Hall, Mick Jagger, Phil Hartman, Michael Myers, Chris Rock, Sting, Valerie Bertinelli & Eddie Van Halen

20: 25 Years of Music Vol. 4 - Aired: 2004-02-02

Saturday Night Live, the critically acclaimed award-winning variety series, has launched the careers of the brightest musical and comedy talent of our time. Saturday Night Live 25 Years of Music Volume 5 features the best live musical and sketch performances between 1990 - 1995 from the SNL archives with digitally re-mastered surround sound. Losing My Religion (1991) - R.E.M. | War (1992) - SINEAD O'CONNOR | Fever (1993) - MADONNA | Chain of Fools (1994) - ARETHA FRANKLIN | Wonderful Tonight (1990) - ERIC CLAPTON | Rape Me (1993) - NIRVANA | Hey Jude (1993) - PAUL MCCARTNEY | Free Your Mind (1992) - EN VOGUE | Round Here (1994) - COUNTING CROWS | I Alone (1995) - LIVE | No Rain (1994) - BLIND MELON Plus Sketches starring Mike Myers, Mick Jagger, Dana Carvey, Madonna, Phil Hartman, Adam Sandler, Chris Farley, James Taylor, Rosie O'Donnell, Kevin Knealon, David Spade, Paul McCartney, Michael Bolton

21: 25 Years of Music Vol. 5 - Aired: 2004-02-02

Saturday Night Live, the critically acclaimed award-winning variety series, has launched the careers of the brightest musical and comedy talent of our time. Saturday Night Live 25 Years of Music Volume 5 features the best live musical and sketch performances between 1995 - 2000 from the SNL archives with digitally re-mastered surround sound. Mariah Carey Butterfly 1997, No Doubt Don't Speak 1996, Alanis Morissette Hand In My Pocket 1995, Spice Girls Wannabe 1997, Garbage Special 1999, Jewel Who Will Save Your Soul 1997, Hanson Mmm Bop 1997, Beck Where It's At 1997, Snoop Doggy Dog Snoop's Upside Upside Your Head 1997, Metallica Fuel 1997, Garth Brooks Two Piña Coladas 1998, Dave Matthews Band What Would You Say 1995, Backstreet Boys All I Have To Give 1999, Ricky Martin Livin' La Vida Loca 1999, Paula Cole I Don't Want To Wait 1998 Plus Sketches starring Matthew Broderick, Will Ferrell, Paula Abdul, Jon Lovitz, Kevin Spacey, Beck, Michael Palin, Garth Brooks, Joshua Jackson

22: The Best of Eddie Murphy - Aired: 2004-02-24

Before he was The Nutty Professor, before he was Dr. Dolittle, and even before he was the Beverly Hills Cop, Eddie Murphy was an SNL comic! From 1981-1984 he entertained us with sketches as Gumby, Mister Robinson, Buckwheat, Velvet Jones and many more! He was before Chris Rock, Tracey Morgan, and Tim Meadows! And after Garrett Morris!

23: The Best of Phil Hartman - Aired: 2004-02-24

His shocking death was a tragedy, but his SNL legacy is a treasure. Here are Phil Hartman's unforgettable characterizations of Bill Clinton, Phil Donahue, Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer, Frank Sinatra, Frankenstein, Ronald Reagan, Barbara Bush and many others.

24: The Best of Chris Rock - Aired: 2004-02-24

Chris rocked SNL for three seasons-here are his greatest bits, featuring Nat X, Luther Campbell, I'm Chillin'" and more. Special guests include Sinbad, Michael J. Fox and George Wendt.

25: The Best of Mike Myers - Aired: 2004-02-24

PARTY ON as Saturday Night Live celebrates Mike Myers' six awesome seasons as a regular on the show. Compiled by the producers of SNL, Mike Myers' lineup of characters totally rules: Wayne Campbell of Wayne's World; Dieter, host of Sprockets; Linda Richman, hostess of Coffee Talk; Simon; Phillip, the Hyper-Hypo kid; Ron Wood

26: The Best of Chris Kattan - Aired: 2004-09-07

Have a good look at the Mango, Mr. Peepers, Suel Forrester, The DeMarco and many more from the high-powered comedy brain of Chris Kattan and the genius he brought to Saturday Night Live from 1996 to 2003

27: The Best of Christopher Walken - Aired: 2004-09-07

Highlights from the former cast member's seven-season run on SNL. Sketches include ""Brian Fellow's Safari Planet"" (twice), ""Woodrow meets Britney Spears"" and ""The View.""

28: The Best of Will Ferrell Vol. 2 - Aired: 2004-09-07

In all of Saturday Night Live history, one of the greatest of the greats is Will Ferrell, and this is the ulitimate collection for the Ferrell fan. You'll get Janet Reno's Dance Party, The Lovers, James Lipton's "Inside the Actor's Studio," the classic Wake Up and Smile, the legendary Bill Brasky, and many more.

29: The Best of Tracy Morgan - Aired: 2004-09-07

Born and raised in New York City, Tracy Morgan epitomized the bold and defiant attitude essential to being an "SNL" star. Bringing a sense of fearlessness to the stage, Morgan was sure to make uproarious moments come alive each and every week … just as long as you brought him a soda. Finally, you can watch the best of Brian Fellow, Astronaut Jones, Dominican Lou, Woodrow and many other characters Morgan created.

30: 101 Most Unforgettable SNL Moments - Aired: 2004-09-26

Memorable moments from the late-night sketch-comedy show are counted down.

31: The Best of Jimmy Fallon - Aired: 2005-01-25

Saturday Night Live presents a compilation of comedy sketches and a montage of Weekend Update moments featuring former cast member Jimmy Fallon. Fallon co-hosted the Weekend Update segments with head writer Tina Fey, and his deft mimicry of Adam Sandler and others during sketches may surprise viewers. Ben Affleck, Britney Spears, Janet Jackson, Jennifer Aniston, Robert DeNiro, and Paris Hilton also appear in sketches with Fallon, an SNL regular from 1998 to the 2003-04 season. Prominent fellow cast members included Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Chris Kattan, and Horatio Sanz.

32: The Best of Alec Baldwin - Aired: 2005-05-28

Known for its sidesplitting regular cast and a parade of celebrity guest hosts, "Saturday Night Live" gives A-list actors the chance to let their hair down. (Christopher Walken, anyone?) This collection of Alec Baldwin's most memorable appearances includes the infamous "Canteen Boy" skit, in which he plays a scoutmaster to Adam Sandler's scout, and "Delicious Dish," in which Baldwin hawks "Schwetty Weiners."

33: The Best of Tom Hanks - Aired: 2005-06-07

This volume features Tom Hanks' work on Saturday Night Live, from his first appearance on the ill-fated '85-'86 season through the late nineties, but the majority of the material deals with the Hartman-Lovitz years, my personal favorite cast. Hanks and Lovitz, in particular, are paired quite often, especially in their frequent "Girl Watchers" sketches and an audience interview segment with Lovitz asking Hanks who his favorite performer on the show was (and he doesn't stop until he hears Jon Lovitz). Some of the stuff is familiar--the Wayne's World represented here is the Aerosmith one, and that and "Jew, not a Jew" were available on the videotape. However, there are a LOT of sketches here that will likely not see the light of day again, like Hanks, Damon Wayans, and others playing stand-up comics who deliver every line in their lives like a stand-up act, the really funny "Five-Timers" sketch, which centers around an exclusive club where five-time hosts reside (with SNL poking a little fun at its rarefied image), and a sketch where Hanks plays a loving husband that occasionally fantasizes that his wife is dead.

34: Best Of Jon Lovitz - Aired: 2005-06-07

Stand-up comic turned SNL cast member, Jon Lovitz created some of the funniest charaters to appear on television in recent years. From Master Thespian to master impressions, you'll laugh at Lovitz playing Michael Dukakis, David Crosby, Andrew Dice Clay. Lovitz also shows his incredible talent with hilarious and memorable original characters such as The Devil, Hannukah Harry, The Liar and Annoying Man.

35: Live from New York: The First Five Years of Saturday Night Live - Aired: 2005-09-06

A retrospective of the first 5 years of Saturday Night Live.

36: The Best of Dan Aykroyd - Aired: 2005-09-06

Dan Aykroyd is sooo underrated. People always mention Chevy, Belushi, and Bill Murray, but Dan Aykroyd was the anchor to the whole shebang. If you watch this, notice how he never seems to screw up. He's always on cue, even when he's a mile a minute sleazy salesman in a fake ad. This is saying a lot, considering it was live TV in front of millions. But most of all, he's hilarious. There's Fred Garvin..Male Prostitute; the guy accused of producing dangerous Halloween the Johnny Adventure Action Set (or something like that), which includes oily rags and a giant Zippo. He also did a Christmas toy one (not included here, unfortunately) which was simply a bag of nails. The Wild and Crazy Guys are included, as well as Elwood, and the Coneheads. Omitted, unfortunately, is his Point/Counterpoint, featuring the famous line, "Jane, you ignorant slut"; but see this anyway. It's a reminder of just how great and innovative and irreverent the Not Ready for Prime Time Players were. And how brilliant Dan Aykroyd was and is.

37: The Best of Gilda Radner - Aired: 2005-09-06

Gilda Radner, one of SNL's original cast members is considered to be one of the most gifted comediennes of all time. Radner's sweet and loveable appeal quickly turned her into one of America's favorite women. See all of her fantastic performances as some of the funniest characters ever seen on television, including Emily Litella, Roseanne Roseannadanna, Candy Slice, Baba Wawa and the nerdy Lisa Loopner.

38: The Best of John Belushi - Aired: 2005-09-06

During his time at SNL, original cast member John Belushi created some of the most memorable characters in television history. One of the most brilliant comedic performers of all time, Belushi's rebellious presence and intensity changed the face of comedy forever. From classic original characters like the Blues Brothers, King Bee and Samurai Warrior to incomparable impressions of Joe Cocker, Marlon Brando, Elizabeth Taylor and more, you can experience the best of Belushi for years to come.

39: Saturday Night Live Goes Commercial - Aired: 2005-11-05

A look back at the funniest and most memorable commercial parodies from the past years of SNL, originally broadcast in the early 90s, hosted by Kevin Nealon and Victoria Jackson; later revisited in 2005, hosted by Will Ferrell, featuring a wrap-around of Ferrell heading to a commercial audition; re-edited and shown with newer commercial parodies on March 8, 2009, under the title SNL: Just Commercials

40: Digital Short: Lettuce - Aired: 2005-12-03

In what is revealed to be a commercial for the vegetable, two friends (Will Forte, Andy Samberg) discuss the death of an unnamed friend while taking large bites out of heads of lettuce. Written and filmed in November 2005 and originally cut from dress rehearsal of the Eva Longoria episode.

41: Digital Short: Lazy Sunday - Aired: 2005-12-17

Parnell and Samberg rhyme about The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, cupcakes, Mr. Pibb, Red Vines, Matthew Perry, and a host of other products. The short became a viral video online. Music produced by Jorma Taccone.

42: Digital Short: Young Chuck Norris - Aired: 2006-01-21

A Chuck Norris fan (Jason Sudeikis) sings a rock ballad about the action star (Samberg) before he became famous. There are cameos by Fred Armisen as a criminal mugging a woman, played by Amy Poehler, and Taccone as a man being robbed by Bill Hader.

43: Digital Short: The Tangent - Aired: 2006-02-04

Joel (Armisen) rambles endlessly about a restaurant he visited to his friend Liz (Kristen Wiig) at first, and becomes so involved in the story that he fails to notice that he is discovered by talent scouts (Hader, Parnell), stars in a movie with Scarlett Johansson, becomes a national phenomenon, and then loses it all when his movie flops at the box office. Brian Williams, MTV correspondent Gideon Yago, and Conan O'Brien also make cameo appearances. This short was filmed the week of the Johansson episode, but was cut after dress rehearsal from both that episode and the Peter Sarsgaard episode before finally airing on the Steve Martin/Prince episode.

44: Digital Short: Close Talkers - Aired: 2006-02-04

Two old friends from school (Forte, Steve Martin) meet up after years apart, greeting each other loudly while standing with their faces only an inch apart.

45: Digital Short: Natalie's Rap - Aired: 2006-03-04

Natalie Portman is interviewed about her life and responds with a rap proving she is a "badass bitch", poking fun at her clean and intellectual image. She slaps Seth Meyers and throws a chair at Parnell. Samberg appears as Flavor Flav. Music produced by Jorma Taccone and Asa Taccone, and mixed by Ben Lovett

46: Digital Short: Doppleganger - Aired: 2006-03-11

Meyers, Forte, and Samberg are on a lunch break and start to notice that each one has a doppelgänger nearby. After Meyers and Forte say that a large bum (Horatio Sanz) is Samberg's doppelgänger, they kill the real Samberg in an evil twin scenario.

47: Digital Short: Laser Cats! - Aired: 2006-04-15

In a frame story, Hader and Samberg pitch their new ultra low-budget Digital Short, Laser Cats! to SNL executive producer Lorne Michaels. In the Laser Cats! short itself (a short within a short), Hader and Samberg play the heroes Nitro and Admiral Spaceship in a post-nuclear war world in which cats can shoot lasers from their mouths and are used as weapons. They are saving the princess (Lindsay Lohan) from the evil Robotron (Will Forte). Rachel Dratch makes an appearance, disguising herself as the princess/Lohan. Jorma Taccone appears in the opening credits for Laser Cats!. Fred Armisen also makes a cameo. Laser Cats! is shot in the SNL offices with gleeful haphazardness because, according to Samberg in the special Saturday Night Live in the 2000s, “it’s supposed to suck.”

48: The Best of Saturday TV Funhouse - Aired: 2006-04-29

Sometimes controversial but always hilarious, Robert Smigel's "TV Funhouse" cartoons have contained some of Saturday Night Live's most memorable material in recent years. Ace and Gary, "The Ambiguously Gay Duo" (voiced by Steve Carell and Stephen Colbert), host this critically acclaimed collection, which features hits like "X-Presidents," "Saddam and Osama," "The Narrator That Ruined Christmas," "Smurfette," "The New Adventures of Mr. T," "Fun With Real Audio" and more, with appearances by the full cast of SNL.

49: Digital Short: My Testicles - Aired: 2006-05-06

Friends in the early 1990s (Kenan Thompson, Forte, and Parnell) discuss the music video by pop stars Ariel (Andy Samberg) and Efrim (Tom Hanks), where we see the lyrics consist of constantly begging for their testicles not to be harmed, in a parody of Right Said Fred's "I'm Too Sexy" and C+C Music Factory's "Gonna Make You Sweat". Also, Fred Armisen plays the guitar player, Jorma Taccone appears as a backup dancer, and Amy Poehler and Maya Rudolph are women in the video.

50: Digital Short: Peyote - Aired: 2006-05-13

A distraught man (Samberg), pressed against the side of a building, threatens to jump to his death. A second man (Forte), using a bullhorn, tries to talk him out of it. After a bit of dialogue, it is revealed that the distraught man is safely on the ground and his friend is kneeling mere inches away from him. The short ends after it is revealed to be a commercial for peyote. Peyote was written and filmed after Lettuce had aired, making it the second SNL Digital Short made by The Lonely Island. It was deemed "too similar" to Lettuce to be aired right away, however, so the group produced Lazy Sunday to showcase other aspects of their comedic range.

51: Digital Short: Andy Walking - Aired: 2006-05-20

Samberg asks factual questions of passers-by outside NBC Studios in the style of the Jay Leno bit Jaywalking, instead laughing off correct answers as false. John Lutz (a then writer for SNL) makes a cameo as a man walking that Andy ridicules.

52: Digital Short: Finest Girl (Bin Laden Song) - Aired: 2006-05-21

Conner4real (Samberg) sings about hooking up with a girl (Vanessa Bayer) who used the assassination of Osama bin Laden (episode host Fred Armisen) as an example of the kind of sex she wanted to have. Cast member Jay Pharoah also makes a cameo appearance as Barack Obama. From the soundtrack for The Lonely Island's feature film, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping.

53: The Best of Cheri Oteri - Aired: 2006-05-23

Cheri Oteri's peppy, energetic style always made her characters on SNL hilarious to watch. From physical comedy (along side Will Ferrell) as the Cheerleader, Arianna, to impressions of Barbara Walters and Judge Judy, to wacky characters like Rita Del Vecchio, Nadeen or prescription drug junkie Collette Reardon, Cheri made audiences laugh so hard they often needed time to "Simma Down."

54: The Best of Commercial Parodies - Aired: 2006-05-23

Since the creation of Saturday Night Live in the 1970s, one of the signatures of the show has been its commercial parodies. From subtle to outrageous, silly to realistic, SNL has always been able to poke fun at the folks on Madison Avenue with a variety of products not actually for sale. Now you can enjoy your favorite commercial parodies that have aired over the past 30 years, hosted by funny man Will Ferrell. Watch classics like "Little Chocolate Donuts," "Happy Fun Ball," "Mom Jeans," "Colon Blow," "Taco Town," "Love Toilet," "Oops I Crapped My Pants" or "Bassomatic" again and again.

55: Digital Short: Cubicle Fight - Aired: 2006-09-30

New office employee Gary (Bill Hader) gets into a fight to the death with incumbent cubicle holder Steve (episode host Dane Cook). Jason Sudeikis appears as the boss and Andy Samberg, Will Forte, Fred Armisen, Kenan Thompson, Amy Poehler and Kristen Wiig are other employees cheering on the fight.

56: Digital Short: Harpoon Man - Aired: 2006-10-21

Harpoon Man (John C. Reilly), a suave action hero and parody of Shaft, tracks down an insulting announcer dressed as a whale (Samberg), who is narrating his life in a theme song. There are appearances by Jorma Taccone, who plays a man getting robbed, and Bill Hader, who plays the man robbing Taccone.

57: Digital Short: Pep Talk - Aired: 2006-12-09

A fast food boss (Armisen) gives his employees (Forte, Matthew Fox, Poehler, Samberg, Thompson) a pep talk and has trouble controlling his anger until one of his employees (Forte) comes in late. It originally was scheduled to air on the episode hosted by Matthew Fox (which explains his appearance), but ended up airing on the following episode hosted by Annette Bening.

58: Digital Short: An SNL Movie Trailer Re-Cut: Apocalypto - Aired: 2006-12-09

The trailer for Mel Gibson's film Apocalypto is newly subtitled, implying that the Jews destroyed the Maya civilization, in reference to Gibson's anti-semitic remarks in 2006.

59: Digital Short: Dick in a Box - Aired: 2006-12-16

A Christmas song about two men (Justin Timberlake and Samberg) giving their lovers (Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph) a box with their genitalia inside as presents, in a style reminiscent of early 1990s R&B sex ballads made popular by acts such as Bel Biv Devoe, Color Me Badd, and R. Kelly. Won a 2007 Creative Arts Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Music and Lyrics. Music created in part by Asa Taccone, Jorma Taccone and Katreese Barnes. It was the first official single from The Lonely Island's debut album, Incredibad.

60: Digital Short: Laser Cats! 2 - Aired: 2007-01-13

In the same frame-story format, Hader and Samberg apologize to Lorne Michaels for the original Laser Cats! claiming to understand where they went wrong: not enough politics. They then introduce Laser Cats! 2, based on the same premise, now set in the Iraq War which has gone nuclear and caused the feline mutations. This time, Dr. Scientist (Jake Gyllenhaal) has stolen the cure that turns Laser Cats back into regular cats. Jorma Taccone appears in the opening credits for Laser Cats! 2 (Which is the same as Laser Cats!), and Fred Armisen and Amy Poehler are the scientists who created the cure.

61: Digital Short: Nurse Nancy - Aired: 2007-01-20

Scott Garbaciak (Samberg) is the multi-role star in a commercial for the fictional film Nurse Nancy, in parody of Eddie Murphy films such as Norbit and The Nutty Professor.

62: Digital Short: MacGruber (Parts 1, 2 and 3) - Aired: 2007-01-20

In three parodies of MacGyver, the titular hero (Forte) demands odd objects of his disgusted sidekicks (Jeremy Piven, Rudolph) in his attempts to stop catastrophic events that are mere seconds away. The episodes invariably end with his failure to stop the event.

63: Digital Short: Body Fuzion - Aired: 2007-02-03

Drew Barrymore is Desiree, host of a 1986 sexually suggestive, low-impact, high-result exercise video Body Fuzion, with "her friends" Donna, Michelle, and Donna M. (Rudolph, Wiig, and Poehler respectively).

64: Digital Short: Andy Popping into Frame - Aired: 2007-02-10

Samberg quietly pops into view as the camera routinely cuts to different locations and landmarks. Forte begins doing the same, before being forced out by Samberg at gunpoint. Samberg wears his "Andy" shirt from the failed sketch show Awesometown created by The Lonely Island.

65: Digital Short: Sloths! - Aired: 2007-02-10

A Staten Island Zoo worker (Wiig) introduces Staten Island Tech High School student's crude and vile documentary on sloths before previewing it herself.

66: Digital Short: Business Meeting - Aired: 2007-02-24

A corporate executive (Rainn Wilson) leads a meeting to take ideas on how to save his failing company, and hears suggestions from an increasingly bizarre set of employees, including a gigantic turkey sub and Arcade Fire. Upon reaching the end of the meeting, Wilson receives a phone call, seemingly informing him that the office building is about to be blown up. Then, the office building explodes, killing all of them inside.

67: Digital Short: United Way - Aired: 2007-03-24

Super Bowl MVP Peyton Manning takes time out to be a mentor to kids, but ends up being physically, mentally, and verbally abusive to them (a parody of his public service announcements for the United Way during 2001–05).

68: Digital Short: The Shooting (aka Dear Sister) - Aired: 2007-04-14

In a spoof of The O.C. episode "The Dearly Beloved", a man (Hader) writes a letter to his sister, he is shot by his friend (Samberg), leading to a series of overly dramatic, slow-motion shootings set to "Hide and Seek" by Imogen Heap, including their roommate (Shia LaBeouf), the sister (Wiig), and two police officers (Sudeikis, Armisen).

69: Digital Short: Roy Rules! - Aired: 2007-04-21

Samberg performs a rhyme about how much he likes his brother in-law named Roy (SNL writer Bryan Tucker).

70: The Best of '06/'07 - Aired: 2007-05-05

Enjoy some of the best sketches from the 2006 - 07 season including "A-Holes" Jason Sudeikis and Kristen Wiig Darrell Hammond's impression of Donald Trump Amy Poehler and Maya Rudolph in "Bronx Beat" and SNL Digital Short "D**k in a Box" featuring Andy Sambergand Justin Timberlake.The 2006 - 07 season also included some hilarious performances from hosts Alec Baldwin Dane Cook Jake Gyllenhaal Hugh Laurie Matthew Fox Ludacris former cast member Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Super Bowl champion Peyton Manning in a very special public service announcement.

71: Saturday Night Live in the '90s: Pop Culture Nation - Aired: 2007-05-06

A documentary look at the long-running variety program during two seperate eras: the overpopulated early-90s cast that featured Chris Farley and Adam Sandler, and the zany late-90s cast that featured Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon.

72: Digital Short: MacGruber 2 - Aired: 2007-05-12

In three more segments, the titular hero (Forte), after 15 years of sobriety, begins drinking just as his sidekicks (Molly Shannon, Rudolph) need his bomb-defusing skills most. MacGruber's behavior evolves into a parody of David Hasselhoff's hangover video.

73: Digital Short: Talking Dog - Aired: 2007-05-19

While meeting the owner of an apartment (Zach Braff) that is available for sublet, a potential candidate (Samberg) is shocked to find out that the owner's dog (voiced by Taccone) not only can talk, but has fallen in love with him. He finds out later that the dog was using him to get a plate of ham. The owner implies that this happens regularly, but the dog convinces the man that it's still something more, and the man ends up French kissing the dog.

74: Digital Short: Iran So Far - Aired: 2007-09-29

Samberg sings a love song for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (Armisen), along with Adam Levine from Maroon 5, sampling "Avril 14th" by Aphex Twin, with a chorus based on the 1982 A Flock of Seagulls hit "I Ran (So Far Away)". Jake Gyllenhaal has a cameo, owing to the observation that Ahmadinejad looks like "a very hairy Jake Gyllenhaal".

75: Digital Short: MacGruber 3 - Aired: 2007-10-06

In three more segments, the titular hero (Forte) becomes obsessed with his recent plastic surgeries just as his sidekicks (Seth Rogen, Rudolph) need his bomb-defusing skills most.

76: Digital Short: People Getting Punched Just Before Eating - Aired: 2007-10-13

In a style similar to the Season 32 Digital Short Andy Popping Into Frame, Samberg sneaks up on people and punches them just as they area about to start eating their respective foods, then gleefully dances afterwards. His victims include Forte, Armisen, Sudeikis, Taccone, episode host Jon Bon Jovi, and Taylor Hawkins and Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters. The victims, who have turned into zombies, show up en masse and chase Samberg around the world before breaking out into the Zombie Dance. The shorts ends with a close-up shot of Samberg's face above a graphic that reads, "Believe in Your Dreams".

77: A&E Biography : Saturday Night Live - Aired: 2007-10-30

It is one of the most influential and enduring shows in the history of television. For more than a quarter of a century, Lorne Michael's brainchild has been a weekend staple of millions of viewers, helping to launch the careers of a veritable who's who of comedy legends.The most in-depth look at SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE ever filmed, this special BIOGRAPHY® goes behind-the-scenes for a complete production week as the cast, crew and host Gwyneth Paltrow prepare for the November 10, 2001 episode of the show. See how every aspect of SNL works, from the Monday morning pitch meeting to the makeup tests, dress rehearsals and the iconic "Live from New York, it's Saturday night" opening. Creator Lorne Michaels, original writers Anne Beatts and Tom Schiller and a host of former stars--including Chevy Chase, Al Franken, Molly Shannon, Joe Piscopo and Adam Sandler-share their favorite SNL memories, and you'll see rare clips of hilarious skits that never made it to the air--until now.Join BIOGRAPHY® for an unforgettable look at a TV legend that remains vital and vibrant after nearly thirty years.

78: Digital Short: Brian Diaries - Aired: 2007-11-03

Brian Williams describes his daily routine, which includes watching footage of himself, meditating while the disembodied head of Bono praises him, and dropping pennies out a window onto Al Roker and Matt Lauer during The Today Show.

79: Digital Short: Grandkids in the Movies - Aired: 2008-02-23

An old man presents films which have his grandsons (Hader and Samberg) digitally inserted in order to help old people be more comfortable with today's films. Features clips from the films No Country for Old Men, Michael Clayton, Juno, Transformers (referred to as "The Transforming Robots"), and There Will Be Blood.

80: Digital Short: Virgania Horsen's Hot Air Balloon Rides - Aired: 2008-02-23

A fake commercial about a woman (Kristen Wiig) offering free hot air balloon rides to combat the long lines and intrusive searches at airports. There was a 2nd part to this commercial, in which Horsen flies over New York and Montreal, that was cut for time from the original airing. Both parts aired during Alec Baldwin's 2008–2009 appearance.

81: Digital Short: The Mirror - Aired: 2008-03-01

A girl (Ellen Page) wakes up from a nightmare and begins seeing a zombie (Samberg) in her bathroom mirror, which turns out to be the nightmare of the zombie, a wolf man (Forte), and a woman named Debbie (Wiig) who is married to Dracula (Sudeikis). After several nightmares, the camera returns to Page waking up from a nightmare, and as the short ends, the zombie pops up at her bedside.

82: SNL in the 80's: Lost and Found - Aired: 2008-03-04

This sequel to "SNL: The First Five Years" looks at the most tumultuous ten-year period in the show's history.

83: Digital Short: Hero Song - Aired: 2008-03-08

An apparently wealthy man (Samberg) sings about crime infecting the city, then turns into a superhero (à la Batman) and tries to save a woman (Amy Adams) from being mugged, only to have the mugger (Sudeikis) beat him to death.

84: Digital Short: Andy's Dad - Aired: 2008-03-15

Episode host Jonah Hill confesses to Samberg that he has fallen in love with his father, Ben Samberg (played by longtime SNL writer Jim Downey). Hader also confesses the same thing.

85: Digital Short: MacGruber 4 - Aired: 2008-03-15

MacGruber (Forte) feels insecure when his assistant (Jonah Hill) says that he cannot do his job when he and Vicky (Wiig) need his bomb-defusing skills the most. Only two segments aired. In the third segment (which is available on some video websites), Hader appears as MacGruber's life coach.

86: Digital Short: Laser Cats! 3D - Aired: 2008-04-05

Samberg and Hader interrupt Lorne Michaels' dinner with Christopher Dodd (appearing as himself) to attempt to pitch Laser Cats! again, this time with a scene enhanced by 3D glasses. The plot revolves around a ban on all laser cats and a battle against the corrupt Mayor Top-Hat (Thompson). Christopher Walken appears as a general.

87: Digital Shorts Daiquiri Girl - Aired: 2008-04-12

Samberg appears in an amateur, early-90s music video about a girl who loves to drink daiquiris. Meanwhile, text scrolls up the screen explaining that the producers apologize for airing the video because a certain musical guest (Gnarls Barkley) failed to appear for the shooting of a digital short, despite an agreement to do otherwise.

88: Digital Short: Best Look in the World - Aired: 2008-05-10

Samberg and host Shia LaBeouf sing a high-energy country song for an infomercial about Samberg's new dress shirt, black socks, no pants look (the best look in the world). Armisen, Forte, Thompson, Sudeikis, and Hader all appear as people following the trend (a dad, a husband, two cops, and an illiterate genie).

89: Digital Short: MacGruber 5 - Aired: 2008-05-10

MacGruber and his son, Merrill (Shia LaBeouf), team up together. However, in the process of escaping, Merrill inadvertently confesses that he's gay (by showing anal lubricant, a vibrating dildo, and his boyfriend Scott (Samberg) showing up) leaving MacGruber to make him straight again by reciting Bible verses and forcing him to kiss Vicky (Wiig).

90: Digital Short: The Japanese Office - Aired: 2008-05-17

Ricky Gervais presents a clip from a Japanese show that was his inspiration for The Office, featuring Japanese versions of Michael (Steve Carell), Dwight (Hader), Jim (Sudeikis), Pam (Wiig), and Stanley (Thompson). Also, Darrell Hammond plays Regis Philbin in a tampon commercial. At the end of the episode, Gervais comments "It's funny 'cause it's racist".

91: Digital Short: Space Olympics - Aired: 2008-09-13

Samberg, dressed in a white pompadour wig and spangled jumpsuit, sings a song promoting a low-budget, ill-planned, ultimately doomed athletic competition held in space in the year 3022. Athletes are portrayed by Sudeikis, Casey Wilson, Hader, and episode host Michael Phelps.

92: Digital Short: Hey! (Murray Hill) - Aired: 2008-09-20

In this spoof of teen dramas, a young man (James Franco) is talked to by a girl (Kristen Wiig). Some small talk is made, until the subject of his small "ding-dong" comes up. Then another girl (an uncredited cameo by future season 35 host Blake Lively) comes up to him and tells him she has a small "ding-dong", too.

93: Digital Short: Extreme Activities Challenge - Aired: 2008-10-04

Samberg and Wiig compete in nonsensical activities, from arm wrestling to human ATM. Forte is the pathetic referee, Thompson is an ATM customer, and Anne Hathaway appears when Samberg wins the "become Jane" (Austen) challenge.

94: Digital Short: MacGruber 6 - Aired: 2008-10-18

MacGruber discovers he lost all his money in the stock market and seeks desperate ways for cash just as his sidekicks (Josh Brolin, Wiig) need his bomb-defusing skills most.

95: Digital Short: Jam the Vote - Aired: 2008-10-23

Samberg walks around New York City asking people if they're registered to vote, which Wiig's character points out had ended two weeks prior. Meanwhile, Samberg also fights back vomiting a spicy hot dog he stole. (Aired with the official "An SNL Digital Short" title card during the third episode of the show's limited-run series Weekend Update Thursday.)

96: Digital Short: Ras Trent - Aired: 2008-10-25

Samberg plays a college student legalist who has converted to Rastafarianism, who sings boastfully (and stereotypically) about the culture, while being aware that he's not fit for it when he walks by a group of actual Rastas. Wiig and Wilson appear as backup singers. (The real backup is actually provided by J. Newsom and Maya Rudolph). In the Incredibad version, the song ends with a fade. Music produced by Sly & Robbie.

97: Digital Short: Giraffes!! - Aired: 2008-11-01

A sequel to the "Sloths" video, only with Jason Sudeikis as the head of the Staten Island Zoo instead of Kristen Wiig. The same students create a video that proclaims giraffes are from outer space and will destroy mankind.

98: Saturday Night Live Presidential Bash 2008 - Aired: 2008-11-03

A look at SNL's past and present political sketches; special guests John McCain and Sarah Palin.

99: Digital Short: Everyone's A Critic - Aired: 2008-11-15

In a clip from Paul Rudd's new movie, Samberg romantically paints him nude and then Rudd returns the favor (A parody of the film Titanic). While selling the painting at an auction, it is shown to be so graphic that everyone who sees it begins convulsing violently, vomiting, bleeding from the eyes, and committing violent acts of suicide. Fred Armisen appears as the auctioneer, Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig as Indiana Jones and Marion Ravenwood respectively (parodying the ending of Raiders of the Lost Ark), and Casey Wilson as the interviewer.

100: Digital Short: Virgania Horsen's Pony Express - Aired: 2008-12-06

Kristen Wiig reprises her role as Virgania Horsen in a crudely made commercial for her new business, which consists of mail delivery by horse. (The first short featuring Wiig in this role, Virgania Horsen’s Hot Air Balloon Rides, originally aired on February 23, 2008 without the official "An SNL Digital Short" title card.)

101: Digital Short: Jizz in my Pants - Aired: 2008-12-06

Samberg and Taccone rap about their personal experiences with premature ejaculation, often at the slightest provocation. Schaffer plays the role of a DJ who mixes beats for the other two as they perform. Molly Sims, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, and Justin Timberlake make cameo appearances. The third single from The Lonely Island's debut album, Incredibad, and the first music video featuring all three members.

102: Digital Short: Cookies - Aired: 2008-12-13

A corporate executive (Hugh Laurie) announces to the department heads that things are not going well and drastic steps may need to be taken. As the others ask questions and fret about their futures, Marcus (Armisen) becomes increasingly distracting as he stretches himself out to reach a plate of cookies on the table. At the end of the skit, another executive (Thompson) reveals that the "cookies" are really laxatives.

103: SNL Sports Extra 2009 - Aired: 2009-01-04

A clip show episode highlighting SNL's many sports-themed sketches and the many sports stars who have appeared on the show, such as Derek Jeter, Peyton Manning, Michael Phelps, Nancy Kerrigan, Walter Payton, Joe Montana, Michael Jordan, and Charles Barkley.

104: Digital Short: Doogie Howser Theme - Aired: 2009-01-10

Neil Patrick Harris and the entire SNL cast perform the theme to Doogie Howser, M.D.. Harris wears a tuxedo while everyone else is dressed as Doogie Howser in blonde wigs, lab coats with a picture ID of Doogie on them, dress shirts, colorful ties, acid washed jeans, and Nike hi-tops (Armisen and Samberg wear green sunglasses as well). Harris plays keyboard; Wilson, Elliott, and Michaela Watkins play violin; Moynihan plays tuba; Thompson plays harp; Hader plays saxophone; Hammond plays trumpet; Wiig plays electric guitar; Sudeikis plays double bass; Forte plays drum kit; Armisen plays synthesizer; and Samberg plays an Akai MPC 2000XL drum machine. At the end of the performance, Harris sheds a single tear.

105: Digital Short: A Couple of Homies - Aired: 2009-01-17

Samberg and Fred Armisen casually talk in a break room while Forte sings about every little thing that they're doing (giving each other a high five, reading magazines, drinking soda, and wearing dresses). At the end, it's revealed to actually be a commercial for the D.A.R.E. program. It was originally cut from the Ben Affleck dress rehearsal.

106: Digital Short: Laser Cats! 4 Ever - Aired: 2009-01-31

Episode host Steve Martin walks into the office of Lorne Michaels and asks if he could air a short video that he and "some film people" made, which turns out to be yet another installment of Laser Cats!. It becomes evident that Samberg and Bill Hader have put Martin up to the task of presenting the short, crediting him as Executive Producer as well. A "half human, half Laser Cat, half RoboCop" named Cyber-Face (Kenan Thompson) is presented to a group of scientists by their colleague (Will Forte) but quickly goes haywire. Admiral Spaceship (Samberg) and Nitro (Hader) intervene to put an end to its killing spree, and are shocked to find out that Cyber-Face is Admiral Spaceship's estranged father (Martin) right before he is gunned down by police officers. Cyeber-Face apologizes for being a deadbeat dad and reveals that Spaceship and Nitro are brothers before self-destructing. Michaels kicks everyone out of his office in disgust.

107: Digital Short: I'm on a Boat - Aired: 2009-02-07

Samberg wins a prize from a cereal box for a boat trip for three people and selects Schaffer and, to Taccone's surprise and dismay, T-Pain to join him. The short then cuts to the lucky trio performing an "aggressive" and expletive-laden rap about their boat ride (the word "fuck" is used 17 times), with occasional shots of Taccone having a miserable time back on land. The fourth single from The Lonely Island's debut album, Incredibad.

108: Digital Short: Property of the Queen - Aired: 2009-02-14

Samberg blackmails the Jonas Brothers with a videotape of them as an '80s band called Property of the Queen. Samberg ultimately wants to know how they stayed young for 25 years and it is revealed that the wizard featured in one of their music videos (Bill Hader) kept them young.

109: Digital Short: MacGruber 7 - Aired: 2009-03-07

MacGruber is joined by MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson), who reveals that he's MacGruber's long-lost father (MacGruber's full name is actually "MacGruber MacGyver"), who left MacGruber's mother (Abby Elliott) for a stripper.

110: Just Commercials - Aired: 2009-03-08

A look back at the funniest and most memorable commercial parodies from the past years of SNL. Hosted by Will Ferrell, featuring a wrap-around of Ferrell heading to a commercial audition. This was originally broadcast in the early 90s, hosted by Kevin Nealon and Victoria Jackson, but was re-edited and shown with newer commercial parodies.

111: Saturday Night Live: Just Game Show Parodies - Aired: 2009-03-08

A look at SNL's past and present game show parodies.

112: Digital Short: Party Guys - Aired: 2009-03-14

Samberg and Hader are at a party where everyone and everything is a literal representation of a slang term (i.e., a "serial rapist" (Forte) is shown having sex with a box of cereal, a group of "motherfuckers" are men with their mothers, a group of "sons of bitches" are a litter of puppies, a "numbnuts" is a man (John Lutz) shown sitting on a block of ice with his pants around his ankles, a group of "jokers" are dressed as different incarnations of The Joker from The Dark Knight, a knucklehead is a hand with plastic eyes glued on it, etc.). When Samberg and Hader discover "two douchebags", however, it's revealed that they're looking at themselves in a mirror.

113: Digital Short: Like A Boss - Aired: 2009-04-04

During a performance review conducted by episode host Seth Rogen, Samberg raps about his typical day as the boss of a large company. The first few activities he names are what one might expect, such as approving memos and micromanaging his staff (John Mulaney). His actions become increasingly erratic, however, after a subordinate (Kristin Wiig) rejects his advances and he is consequently denied a promotion. The boss's description ends with him turning into a jet, crashing into the sun, and dying. Rogen leaves the performance review in apparent disgust as Samberg repeatedly reminds him, "I'm the boss." The fifth single from The Lonely Island's debut album, Incredibad, Rogen's voice replaces Schaffer's as the company evaluator, though Schaffer does appear in the short as a hooded gun dealer. Taccone also makes a cameo appearance as the man who hands Samberg a notice about a harassment lawsuit filed by Wiig.

114: Digital Short: Motherlover - Aired: 2009-05-09

Five months after the events of "Dick in a Box," Samberg and Timberlake's characters (who have just been released from prison) sing about special gifts for Mother's Day, with Susan Sarandon and Patricia Clarkson appearing as their mothers. They decide the best present for them would be for them to have sex with the other's mother. They proclaim it is the second best idea they have ever had. The song was originally omitted from sessions for the album Incredibad, as produced by Asa Taccone and Drew Campbell. The fourth single from The Lonely Island's second album, Turtleneck & Chain.

115: Saturday Night Live: Just Shorts - Aired: 2009-05-17

A compilation of SNL's Digital Shorts and various pre-taped segments and short films over the years, hosted by Andy Samberg

116: Digital Short: The Date - Aired: 2009-09-26

A man (Forte) with a strained voice discusses his life commanding a SWAT team and raising lambs for slaughter with an increasingly fascinated date (Megan Fox).

117: Digital Short: Megan's Roommate - Aired: 2009-09-26

Andy Samberg is brought home by Megan Fox, and meets her hostile roommate "Optimus Prime" (Moynihan), a man wearing a bathing robe and a mask of the Transformers character. Cameo by Brian Austin Green as "Bumblebee".

118: Digital Short: Threw It On the Ground - Aired: 2009-10-03

A beatnik (Samberg) performs slam poetry about how he fights "the system" by throwing objects on the ground. His actions quickly become bizarre as he throws a child's birthday cake, his girlfriend's cellphone, and a fish bowl on the ground for no apparent reason. Things take a turn for the worse when the beatnik attacks Ryan Reynolds' and Elijah Wood (both appearing as themselves) during their dinner by flipping their table. An incensed Wood and Reynolds chase down the beatnik and taser him "in the butthole." The 15th track on The Lonely Island's second album, Turtleneck & Chain.

119: Digital Short: Brenda & Shaun - Aired: 2009-10-10

A 1990s commercial for two amateur laser magicians (played by Fred Armisen and episode host Drew Barrymore). They announce they are suitable for any occasion such as birthday parties, but disrupt events such as graduations, engagements, and people meeting their biological parents. As the video progresses, the two fall on hard times and are arrested for harassing people on the street.

120: The Best of Amy Poehler - Aired: 2009-10-20

Now you can enjoy the best of Amy Poehler's SNL sketches including her portrayal of US Secretary of State and former First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, Bronx Beat, the Dakota Fanning Show and Jo Jo The Valet. Plus relive some her most hilarious moments alongside Weekend Update partner Seth Meyers.

121: Digital Short: Firelight - Aired: 2009-11-07

In this parody of the movie adaptation of Twilight, a high school girl (played by host and musical guest Taylor Swift) falls for Frankenstein's monster (played by Bill Hader).

122: Digital Short: Get Out! - Aired: 2009-11-14

A man (Fred Armisen) keeps barging in on his roommate (Andy Samberg) sitting on the toilet – even when Armisen is at the gym, on an elevator, and walking outside of Studio 8H at 30 Rockefeller Center.

123: Digital Short: Reba (Two Worlds Collide) - Aired: 2009-11-21

Andy Samberg sings a very raunchy techno/hip-hop ballad about his love, Reba McEntire. Samberg seems completely unaware that "Reba" is actually just a homeless man (played by Kenan Thompson) who found a red wig in a dumpster and is masquerading as the country superstar despite looking and sounding nothing like her. Bonus track on Lonely Island's new album, Turtleneck and Chain.

124: Digital Short: An SNL Movie Trailer Re-Cut: Palin 2012 - Aired: 2009-11-21

In another installment of An SNL Movie Trailer Re-Cut, the trailer for the disaster film 2012 is changed into a political horror about Sarah Palin's possible election as U.S. President that year.

125: Digital Short: Shy Ronnie - Aired: 2009-12-05

Rihanna and a redheaded nerd named Shy Ronnie (Samberg) perform an uplifting song for a classroom full of children, but the song is ruined by Shy Ronnie's weak singing (and bladder control). Rihanna eventually leaves, at which point Ronnie mouths off to the kids. This short was nominated for an Emmy for outstanding music.

126: SNL Presents: A Very Gilly Christmas - Aired: 2009-12-17

A compilation of SNL's December holiday-themed sketches, with some new sketches, hosted by Kristen Wiig as her character Gilly; the latest incarnation of SNL Christmas specials, dating back to the early 90s under the title Saturday Night Live Christmas Past

127: Digital Short: The Tizzie Wizzie Show (Jammy Shuffle) - Aired: 2009-12-19

James Franco guest stars on a children's show about wearing "jammies," and performs the "jammy shuffle." The background singers then announce that it is time for the cast to take pills and attack each other in the dark with knives. When the lights come back on, only a horrified, blood-covered Franco is left alive; the singers dub him the "king" as he screams for help.

128: Digital Short: Booty Call - Aired: 2010-01-09

Alicia Keys makes a late-night phone call to a flamboyant, yet socially awkward man (Samberg), who is talking to her during an intervention for his heroin-addicted friend.

129: Digital Short: MacGruber 8 - Aired: 2010-01-09

When MacGruber gets an African-American sidekick (Charles Barkley), he inadvertently reveals that he is a racist.

130: Digital Short: James Cameron's Laser Cats 5 - Aired: 2010-01-16

Samberg and Hader once again try to persuade Lorne Michaels with another Laser Cats! movie with some "help" from James Cameron (appearing as himself). The short includes many references to James Cameron's films, including Aliens (Sigourney Weaver reprises her role as Ellen Ripley), The Terminator, Titanic, and Avatar.

131: Digital Short: The Curse - Aired: 2010-01-30

In a loose parody of Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell, a young businessman (Samberg) is cursed by a homeless shaman (Fred Armisen) to be haunted by a sexy, shirtless saxophonist named Sergio (played by host Jon Hamm) after stepping on the shaman's dreamcatcher and not paying for it. The saxophonist is loosely based on a scene from the 1987 film The Lost Boys featuring musician Timmy Cappello.

132: SNL Presents: Sports All-Stars - Aired: 2010-01-31

Winter Olympics Special (compilation plus some new material). Jason Sudeikis and Will Forte serve as hosts and appear in character as ESPN "classic commentators" Pete Twinkle and Greg Stink.

133: Digital Short: Flags of the World - Aired: 2010-02-27

Samberg raps about the many different flags of the world, including the American flag, "Spain-ish" flag, "We Love Betty White" flag (referring to the campaign on Facebook to get her to host the show), "No You Didn't" flag, and a "Black Flag" based on the band of the same name.

134: Digital Short: Zach Drops By the Set - Aired: 2010-03-06

Zach Galifianakis shows up on the sets of various NBC shows (with fictional scenes and archival footage) either talking to the actors, or just standing in the background, finishing with a clip from a 1984 SNL episode hosted by Robin Williams showing a bearded child (supposedly Galifinakis) and the words: "Zack Galifinakis: on TV for over 30 years." The NBC Website has posted this as a Digital Short, despite that it didn't have the "SNL Digital Short" title screen on the televised version.

135: Digital Short: Boombox - Aired: 2010-03-13

A music video for the song "Boombox" featuring Samberg and Julian Casablancas. The second verse from the album version of the song was not included in the video. Cameos by Schaffer (dancing with two cops), Fred Armisen (the Spanish guy doing the Bartman), and Bobby Moynihan (the orderly in the old folks' home who steals one of the resident's money). The eighth track on The Lonely Island's first album, Incredibad.

136: Saturday Night Live in the 2000s: Time and Again - Aired: 2010-04-15

Saturday Night Live in the 2000s is a two-hour documentary television special that showcases the years of Saturday Night Live from 2000–2009. It features interviews with the cast and crew from those years, and aired on NBC on April 15, 2010. Topics discussed include Jimmy Fallon and Tina Fey as the new Weekend Update anchors after the departure of Colin Quinn, how SNL became popular for its spoofs on the 2000 United States presidential election, how the show's humor survived the 9/11 attacks and the anthrax scare, Will Ferrell's departure at the end of season 27 and the search for a replacement cast member to play George W. Bush, SNL's shaky years between seasons 28 and 30 due to Jimmy Fallon's and Horatio Sanz's cracking up on camera, Jimmy Fallon's departure from the show, Amy Poehler teaming up with Tina Fey for Weekend Update, the hiring of Bill Hader, Andy Samberg, and Kristen Wiig, and SNL regaining its popularity with the Digital Shorts, and fan-favorite host Justin Timberlake. Fred Armisen, Alec Baldwin, Rachel Dratch, Abby Elliott, Jimmy Fallon, Steve Higgins, Will Ferrell, Tina Fey, Will Forte, Bill Hader, Darrell Hammond, Chris Kattan, Marci Klein, John McCain, Seth Meyers, Lorne Michaels, Tracy Morgan, Bobby Moynihan, Chris Parnell, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Andy Samberg, Horatio Sanz, Akiva Schaffer, Molly Shannon, Michael Shoemaker, Jason Sudeikis, Jorma Taccone, Kenan Thompson, Justin Timberlake, Christopher Walken and Kristen Wiig provided comments for the special.

137: Digital Short: The Other Man - Aired: 2010-04-17

A man named Kyle (Ryan Phillippe) keeps knocking on his loved ones' (ex-girlfriend, best friend, parents, etc.) doors to find that they are romantically involved with a man with a bizarre European accent (Samberg). Eventually, the European man shows up at Kyle's house, wanting to have sex with him. But Kyle reveals that he's already having sex with the European's twin brother.

138: Digital Short: Cherry Battle - Aired: 2010-04-24

Gabourey Sidibe and Andy Samberg (dressed in imperial Japanese kimonos) spit cherries at each other in rapid succession, catching the ones the other throws. At the end, Samberg spits one last cherry at Sidibe. The cherry sings dramatic music in midair before Sidibe just misses catching it in her mouth. They bow.

139: Digital Short: Golden Girls Theme - Aired: 2010-05-08

Samberg shows Betty White how grateful the entire SNL cast is to have her host by having the cast and guest stars (Rachel Dratch, Tina Fey, Ana Gasteyer, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, and Molly Shannon) sing the theme song from The Golden Girls. White likes it but then shows her own version to the cast: a death metal trash rock version, with the cast members being attacked by leather-clad mosh pit dancers.

140: Digital Short: MacGruber 9 - Aired: 2010-05-08

MacGruber works with his grandma (Betty White), who embarrasses him by telling Vicki stories about his past.

141: Digital Short: Great Day - Aired: 2010-05-15

An unemployed cocaine addict named Dennis (Samberg) goes on drug binge while singing an elaborately choreographed Disneyesque musical-theater number about how it is going to be a great day. The more cocaine he snorts, the faster he sings, and the more disjointed and surreal the song becomes. Eventually the whole experience is revealed to be a vivid, cocaine-induced hallucination. 9th music video on Lonely Island's album, Turtleneck & Chain.

142: The Best of Will Ferrell Vol. 3 - Aired: 2010-08-03

Get ready for Will Ferrell’s funniest and best sketches from Saturday Night Live, including the fan-favorite skits Inside the Actors Studio, Celebrity Jeopardy, and Cheerleader-Chess.

143: Digital Short: Boogerman - Aired: 2010-09-26

Katy Perry sings at an Academy Awards-like ceremony the theme song from the fictional superhero film Boogerman (played by Peter Sarsgaard), features most of the cast including episode host Amy Poehler.

144: Digital Short: Rescue Dogs 3D App - Aired: 2010-10-02

A man (Samberg) tries to call 911 to report a home invasion on his iPhone using the app "911 Emergency," but is bombarded with ads for the movie Rescue Dogs 3D. At the end, Samberg is caught by the burglars, only to be saved by Rescue Dog. Helen Mirren appears as the police chief in the trailer for Rescue Dogs 3D.

145: Digital Short: Relaxation Therapy - Aired: 2010-10-09

A man (Samberg) is the subject of a bizarre therapy session conducted by his psychiatrist (played by episode host Jane Lynch) who inserts herself in his self-conscious images of peace and tranquility. A parody of Lynch's role as a shrink on Two and a Half Men.

146: Digital Short: I Broke My Arm - Aired: 2010-10-23

A girl (played by episode host Emma Stone) sings in her school's cafeteria about breaking her arm by slipping on grape jelly. Her situation only worsens as each verse ends with her falling again, breaking a new appendage until she ends up paralyzed, confined in a wheelchair, and only able to talk through a computer program a la Stephen Hawking. The grape jelly (Andy Samberg) comes to life and claims not to be the cause of the girl's broken appendages.

147: Digital Short: Shy Ronnie 2: Ronnie & Clyde - Aired: 2010-10-30

Shy Ronnie (Samberg) and Clyde (Rihanna) team up for a second time to rob a bank. Unfortunately, Ronnie's social awkwardness puts the heist in jeopardy and forces Clyde to do most of the work. He raps aggressively when Clyde leaves. Cameo by episode host Jon Hamm as a bank customer-turned-hostage. The ninth track on the Lonely Island's second album, Turtleneck & Chain.

148: The Women of Saturday Night Live - Aired: 2010-11-01

Tina Fey, Rachel Dratch, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Kristen Wiig, Nora Dunn, Laraine Newman, Molly Shannon, Ana Gasteyer, and Cheri Oteri come together to present new material and relive the best moments of SNL featuring the female cast members.

149: Digital Short: What Was That? - Aired: 2010-11-13

Having won a competition, a Model United Nations team present their thoughts on world history to the General Assembly at the U.N. headquarters in New York. The presentation is a rap (performed by Samberg portraying a student) that chastises the diplomats for past and present atrocities, such as the Holocaust and Darfur. Musical guest Arcade Fire appear as themselves.

150: Digital Short: Party at Mr. Bernard's - Aired: 2010-12-04

A parody of the movie Weekend at Bernie's, in which two men (Hader and Samberg) find the corpse of their boss (played by episode host Robert De Niro) and attempt to make him look alive during a party at his beach house. They are arrested and put on trial, and proven innocent by Mr. Bernard's video will asking for the exact actions that the two had taken.

151: Digital Short: Stumblin' - Aired: 2010-12-11

A parody of the Dolly Parton song 9 to 5, throughout which Andy Samberg and episode host Paul Rudd stumble throughout the city. Musical guest Paul McCartney and celebrity chef Mario Batali appear in the short as well.

152: Digital Short: I Just Had Sex - Aired: 2010-12-18

Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone, and rapper Akon celebrate just having had sex with women (Blake Lively and Jessica Alba respectively), despite the fact that the women found the sex to be mediocre. Lonely Island's Akiva Schaffer shows up at various points during the video congratulating them on having sex, he also mouths the chorus at the end of the song. The first single off the Lonely Island's second album, Turtleneck and Chain.

153: Digital Short: Andy and Pee-wee's Night Out - Aired: 2011-01-15

Samberg has some shots with none other than Pee Wee Herman (Paul Reubens). After beating Anderson Cooper (who appears as himself) over the head with a chair, Samberg and Pee-Wee are caught by the police, to which they escape by hitting the officer with a chair. When they return to Samberg's apartment, they come to an intervention with Cooper (bandaged up from being hit in the face with a chair by Pee-Wee and Samberg), Samberg's friends (Fred Armisen, Kristen Wiig, and Kenan Thompson), and Pee Wee's Playhouse friends Chairry, Pterri, and Conky, who plead with Andy and Pee-Wee never to be friends again. Andy and Pee-Wee reluctantly agree, and everybody celebrates the breakup with more shots.

154: Digital Short: The Creep - Aired: 2011-01-29

The Lonely Island and Nicki Minaj pose as middle aged stalkers and rap about the latest dance craze (The Creep). John Waters also appears in the short. The second single from The Lonely Island's second album, Turtleneck & Chain.

155: Digital Short: The Roommate - Aired: 2011-02-05

A movie trailer parodying its namesake, in which a college student (Justin Bieber) believes his increasingly bizarre and obsessive roommate (Samberg) is planning to kill him.

156: Saturday Night Live Backstage - Aired: 2011-02-20

Saturday Night Live Backstage is a 2011 documentary comedy TV movie.

157: Digital Short: Beastly - Aired: 2011-03-05

A handsome high school student obsessed with his good looks (Samberg, portraying Gene Hackman as the protagonist) is cursed by a witch (Nasim Pedrad), who transforms him into the same nerd that Samberg played in the previous Digital Short The Roommate. Having been informed by the witch that he has one year to find someone to love him "or stay like this forever", he falls in love with a girl (played by episode host Miley Cyrus) who seemingly attempts to find his inner beauty, albeit unsuccessfully. The second consecutive Digital Short to parody a then-recent Hollywood release, it appears to be the origin story for The Roommate character, implying that he was unable to break the witch's curse.

158: Digital Short: Zach Looks for a New Assistant - Aired: 2011-03-12

Zach Galifianakis interviews young children as possible candidates for being his assistant.

159: The Best of '09/'10 - Aired: 2011-03-13

Enjoy some of the best sketches from SNL's 35th season including Will Forte as MacGruber, Kenan Thompson's Deandre Cole in What Up With That?, Fred Armisen as Barack Obama, Bill Hader as Vincent Price and Andy Samberg in two SNL Digital Shorts - Shy Ronnie and On The Ground. Also join host Betty White and SNL alums Molly Shannon and Ana Gasteyer for another episode of NPR's Delicious Dish. Special Guests include Alec Baldwin, Charles Barkley, Gerard Butler, Tina Fey, James Franco, Zach Galifianakis, Jon Hamm, Jude Law, Blake Lively, Gabourey Sidibe and Taylor Swift.

160: Digital Short: Laser Cats 6: The Musical! - Aired: 2011-04-02

Hader and Samberg again use a celebrity (Tom Hanks) to pitch a new Laser Cats film to Lorne Michaels; this time, a musical version which includes parodies of Cats and Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. It is revealed that Hader and Samberg have stolen Wilson the volleyball to blackmail Hanks. Episode host and musical guest Elton John portrays the villain and Carmelo Anthony plays a security guard.

161: Digital Short: Helen Mirren's Magic Bosom - Aired: 2011-04-09

Nasim wants to be inspired, so she finds Helen Mirren in her dressing room, where Pedrad dreams she is in "Helen Mirren's Titties", a place beyond space and time, and a sequence of shots involving happy things like two leaders shaking hands, flowers, etc.

162: Digital Short: Jack Sparrow - Aired: 2011-05-07

A music video of the song of the same name from The Lonely Island's Turtleneck and Chain album featuring Michael Bolton, in which said singer writes a hook for a new Lonely Island rap that features storylines from Pirates of the Caribbean, Forrest Gump, Erin Brockovich, and Scarface.

163: Digital Short: 3 Way (The Golden Rule) - Aired: 2011-05-21

The "Dick in a Box" and "Motherlover" characters (Timberlake and Samberg) return in a song about how any sexual contact between them does not count as a homosexual act, as long as there is also a female (Lady Gaga) involved. Released as a standalone single in 2011 and featured on The Wack Album.

164: Digital Short: Stomp - Aired: 2011-10-01

Two cops (Hader and Samberg) bored at work find music in everyday life (parody of Stomp). The entire precinct gets involved, but things turn aggressive when The Blue Man Group (played by Fred Armisen [who actually was a member before becoming an SNL cast member] and Paul Brittain) show up to play along until they get shot by everyone.

165: Digital Short: V-Necks - Aired: 2011-10-08

At a clothing store, a man (Samberg) is unconvinced that the V-neck shirt he is trying on is for him, despite his girlfriend's (Pedrad) assurances. But when the store owner (episode host Ben Stiller), wearing a deeper V enters, Samberg attempts to one-up him and asks a clerk for "something deeper" starting an impromptu V-neck battle, ending with the store clerk getting arrested for indecent exposure.

166: Digital Short: Drake Interview - Aired: 2011-10-15

Andy conducts several short and increasingly bizarre interviews with actor-singer Drake. Each segment follows a very literal theme as described by a title card (announced by Don Pardo) that appears onscreen before each interview. Some of the interviews included are: An Extremely Sarcastic Interview, A Racist Interview (which is cut short before Samberg can say anything racist), A Wordless Seduction, A Matching Sweaters Interview, and a Dark Interview.

167: Digital Short: Wish It Would Rain - Aired: 2011-11-12

A depressed singer (Samberg) sings about how his girlfriend left him for another man (Armisen). Samberg gestures towards the sky, hoping it will rain, but it doesn't (and gets urinated on by a man on the roof). Samberg begins complaining to the crew that he can't do the music video without rain, making insulting remarks about the producer (Vanessa Bayer) and his big-butted assistant (played by host Emma Stone).

168: Digital Short: Seducing Women Through Chess - Aired: 2011-11-19

In an early '80s-style instructional video, a nerdy man dressed like Carl Sagan (Samberg) shows viewers how to seduce women by playing chess, but the first two women (played by Nasim Pedrad and Abby Elliott) beat him. The instructor then changes the game to checkers and still gets beaten by a woman (Kristen Wiig). He tries Jenga, but ends up knocking the tower over. He tries eating glass, but ends up scaring the woman he's trying to seduce (played by special guest Olivia Wilde). The instructor (with his lips and mouth now bandaged up) gives up and lectures on how to hire a prostitute. The prostitute (played by episode host Jason Segel) offers sex to him for $5000, but the instructor only has $60. The instructor is stabbed and robbed of his money. Before dying, the prostitute comes back and beats him at chess.

169: Digital Short: Batman - Aired: 2011-12-03

Commissioner Gordon (Steve Buscemi) keeps getting stalked by Batman (Samberg). Paul Brittain and Kristen Wiig appears as Aquaman and the Riddler respectively.

170: Digital Short: Best Friends - Aired: 2011-12-10

Katy Perry and Samberg become best friends, then meet up with a "handsome drug addict" (Matt Damon) and "brilliant lunatic" (Val Kilmer) who want to be best friends too. Perry and Samberg become more and more frightened until Perry abandons the three when the drug addict shoots himself during a game of Russian roulette. The lunatic then builds a time machine, retrieving two cavemen, Marilyn Monroe (played by Nasim Pedrad), Amelia Earhart (played by Vanessa Bayer), Abraham Lincoln (played by John Solomon), and Julius Caesar from the past, who, along with Samberg, the lunatic, and the lunatic's "failed bird-man experiment" (who briefly left the duo to have sex with a white girl at the mall) wish the audience a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

171: Digital Short: Convoluted Jerry - Aired: 2012-01-07

A fake commercial for a CD collection featuring Convoluted Jerry (Andy Samberg), a singer whose lyrics are wordy and confusing, with songs including "Quit not Being My Lover," "Backwards Day" and "Jerry Explains the Movie Inception". Host Charles Barkley guest stars as Marvin "Gay" Jackson, who sings a duet with Convoluted Jerry.

172: Digital Short: Afros - Aired: 2012-03-03

A man (Samberg) and woman (Wiig) dressed in '70s-style clothing declare their love for each other in song. As the camera pulls back we can see that they are connected by their shared enormous afro. An unexplained man in janitor's clothing (Kenan Thompson) appears in between every verse and plays one riff on a strange instrument such as conch shell or didgeridoo. When the camera has pulled all the way back, revealing the full, massive afro, the couple invites the viewer to come to their wedding, whereupon the video is revealed to be a Save the Date. RSVP options "Yes" and "No" appear. "No" is clicked.

173: Digital Short: Tennis Balls - Aired: 2012-03-10

To test the effects of stress on the human heart, a man (Jonah Hill) is hit repeatedly in the testicles by tennis balls fired from a tennis ball machine. Things get more bizarre as he continues to get hit even though the machine is turned off. A ghost hunter (Kenan Thompson) reveals to the host of Science Finders (Andy Samberg) that a ghost (Taran Killam) is the one hurling balls at the man. The man flatlines and a doctor (Fred Armisen) uses hits to the groin to revive the man.

174: Digital Short: Laser Cats 7 - Aired: 2012-04-14

Despite Lorne Michaels' objections, Hader and Samberg show him the latest Laser Cats short – this time directed by Steven Spielberg (appearing as both himself and a "Hitchcockian" cameo in the short), which contains many references to his films, including E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and Raiders of the Lost Ark.

175: Digital Short: Gotye Backstage - Aired: 2012-04-14

Samberg and Taran Killam visit Gotye in his dressing room, then stalk him by appearing in nothing but body paint and black wigs (as seen in the "Somebody That I Used To Know" music video).

176: Digital Short: 100th Digital Short - Aired: 2012-05-12

The Lonely Island celebrate their 100th Digital Short by revisiting many digital short favorite characters (Shy Ronnie, Dennis the Drug Addict, Michelle the Body Fuzion Lady, The "Dick in a Box" singers, etc.), clips from previous Digital Shorts, and fresh footage from numerous celebrities.

177: Digital Short: Lazy Sunday 2 - Aired: 2012-05-19

Samberg and Parnell do another "Lazy Sunday" rap for Sister Act: The Musical.

178: SNL Christmas - Aired: 2012-11-28

A collection of memorable holiday-themed sketches from past and present eras

179: Digital Short: YOLO - Aired: 2013-01-26

The Lonely Island, Adam Levine, and Kendrick Lamar sing about the virtues of staying safe in daily life (flipping the intended meaning of YOLO with "You Ought to Look Out"), and become increasingly paranoid of everything. The second single from The Lonely Island's third album, The Wack Album.

180: Saturday Night Live Halloween - Aired: 2013-10-31

A collection of Halloween-based sketches and scary movie parodies

181: Saturday Night Live Thanksgiving - Aired: 2013-11-27

A compilation of SNL Thanksgiving-themed sketches.

182: Saturday Night Live Christmas - Aired: 2013-12-04

A collection of Christmas and December holiday-based sketches.

183: Saturday Night Live: The Best of This Season - Aired: 2014-01-04

A compilation of the best sketches of seasons 38 and 39.

184: Saturday Night Live Presents: A SNL Sports Spectacular - Aired: 2014-01-30

A collection of sketches from episodes hosted by professional athletes and other sports stars, hosted by Seth Meyers.

185: SNL Shorts - Aired: 2014-04-24

A compilation of SNL Digital Shorts.

186: Digital Short: When Will the Bass Drop? - Aired: 2014-05-17

In a parody of stereotypical electronic dance music performers, the DJ Davvincii (Samberg) performs a number of unrelated activities rather than actually mixing music. Lil Jon and the entire Season 39 cast also appear.

187: Digital Short: Hugs - Aired: 2014-05-17

Samberg, Jorma Taccone, and Pharrell sing about how their hugs are the best but they won't lead to any kind of romantic commitment. Tatiana Maslany and Maya Rudolph (as Oprah Winfrey) make cameo appearances, as does Akiva Schaffer (who does not have any vocals on this track). This video was included on the DVD accompanying The Lonely Island's third album, The Wack Album.

188: Saturday Night Live Thanksgiving - Aired: 2014-11-26

A compilation of SNL Thanksgiving-themed sketches.

189: SNL's NFL Saturday - Aired: 2015-01-31

Past sketches involving the NFL are shown.

190: An SNL Valentine - Aired: 2015-02-14

A special dedicated to Valentine's Day.

191: SNL 40th Anniversary Red Carpet Special - Aired: 2015-02-15

Former SNL cast members, hosts and guest stars walk the red carpet and chat with Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie and Carson Daly during the one-hour SNL 40 Red Carpet special.

192: Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special - Aired: 2015-02-15

Saturday Night Live celebrates 40 years in a star-studded 3-and-a-half hour live special featuring appearances from former and current cast members, past hosts and guest stars.

193: Digital Short: That's When You Break - Aired: 2015-02-15

Andy Samberg and Adam Sandler sing about times when people broke character on the show. Chris Parnell and Bill Hader also appear. This short was written and produced for the SNL 40th Anniversary Special.

194: SNL Goodnight Sweet Prince - Aired: 2016-04-23

Jimmy Fallon hosts this special retrospective of Prince's rare, but memorable performances on the show, including his first performance on the infamous season 6 episode hosted by Charlene Tilton (the one in which Charles Rocket's accidental utterance of the word "fuck" called for NBC to fire then-showrunner Jean Doumanian and most of her cast), his performance on the SNL 15th anniversary special, his first performance after 21 years in 2006 on the season 31 episode hosted by Steve Martin, his final performance on the season 40 episode hosted by Chris Rock, a never-before-seen clip of his performance at the cast party following the SNL 40th anniversary special, and clips of the short-lived recurring sketch The Prince Show with Fred Armisen as Prince and Maya Rudolph as Beyonce.

195: Weekend Update at the RNC - Aired: 2016-07-20

Colin Jost and Michael Che host a special edition of Weekend Update from the 2016 Republican National Convention live on MSNBC. Kate McKinnon appears as Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

196: Weekend Update at the DNC - Aired: 2016-07-27

Colin Jost and Michael Che host a special edition of Weekend Update from the 2016 Democratic National Convention live on MSNBC.

197: The 2016 SNL Election Special - Aired: 2016-11-07

Recent political sketches involving the 2016 US presidential election, hosted by Tom Brokaw

198: SNL Thanksgiving Special 2016 - Aired: 2016-11-23

Thanksgiving-themed comedy from the Saturday Night Live crew is presented.

199: SNL Christmas 2016 - Aired: 2016-12-14

Holiday-themed comedy from Saturday Night Live is presented.

200: The David S. Pumpkins Halloween Special - Aired: 2017-10-28

21-minute animated special where David S. Pumpkins teaches a pair of siblings the true meaning of Halloween, starring Tom Hanks as David S. Pumpkins, Mikey Day, Bobby Moynihan, and Streeter Seidell. Narrated by Peter Dinklage.

201: SNL Presents: Halloween - Aired: 2017-10-28

A collection of Halloween- and horror-themed sketches

202: Digital Short: Natalie's Rap 2 - Aired: 2018-02-03

A sequel to the original Natalie's Rap from Season 31, Natalie Portman is interviewed by Beck Bennett, to which she responds with a rap about motherhood and the Star Wars prequels (holding Alex Moffat at gunpoint while dressed as her character Padme Amidala). At the end, she impales Bennett's head with a Time's Up pin and throws him out of the window. Andy Samberg appears as his character from the first installment, Carl, with his scenes filmed in Los Angeles outside the ArcLight Hollywood. The day after the episode aired, The Lonely Island confirmed that they wrote the sketch.

203: SNL Thanksgiving Special 2019 - Aired: 2019-11-29

Thanksgiving-themed comedy from the Saturday Night Live crew is presented.

204: A Saturday Night Live Mother’s Day - Aired: 2020-05-10

A star-studded collection of Saturday Night Live’s most hilarious mothers-themed sketches from various seasons, including The Day You Were Born with Amy Schumer, Lawrence Welk with Betty White, Bill Hader’s Stefon on Mother’s Day, Digital Short: Motherlover and more.

205: A Saturday Night Live Thanksgiving 2021 - Aired: 2021-11-27

A star-studded collection of Saturday Night Live’s most hilarious Thanksgiving-themed sketches from various seasons, including Debbie Downer: Thanksgiving Dinner, Thanksgiving Parade, Friends-giving, Apple Picking Ad, The Loud Family and many more.

206: A Saturday Night Live Christmas Special - Aired: 2019-12-05

A compilation of the funniest holiday sketches.

207: Christmas Special 2021 - Aired: 2021-12-21

A star-studded collection of Saturday Night Live’s most hilarious Christmas-themed sketches from various seasons, including “D*ck in a Box,” “Mr. Robinson’s Neighborhood,” Adam Sandler’s “Hannukah Song,” “Martha Stewart’s Topless Christmas” and many more.

208: Auditions: Dana Carvey (1) - Aired: 1986-01-01

Dana Carvey's 1st Audition

209: Auditions: Andy Kaufman - Aired: 1975-01-01

Andy Kaufman's audition.

210: Auditions: Original Cast - Aired: 1975-01-01

Auditions for Aykroyd, Belushi, Chase, Curtin, Morris, Newman, Radner

211: Auditions: Will Ferrell - Aired: 1995-01-01

Will Ferrell's audition

212: Cast Interview with Tom Snyder (1975) - Aired: 1975-10-01

Tom Snyder interviews the original cast of SNL

213: Rehearsal Audio: Sissy Spacek - Aired: 1977-03-11

Dress rehearsals were never recorded to videotape before 1985, some audio recordings of dress sketches were released. Here’s a dress sketch from the Spacek program in audio form.

214: Rehearsal Audio: Lily Tomlin - Aired: 1976-09-18

Dress rehearsals were never recorded to videotape before 1985, some audio recordings of dress sketches were released. Here’s a dress sketch from the Tomlin program in audio form.

215: Wardrobe Test with John Belushi & Howard Shore - Aired: 1978-05-09

Wardrobe Test with John Belushi & Howard Shore

216: SNL Remembers Chris Farley - Aired: 1998-02-21

He could be big and loud and clumsy, shy and quiet and graceful, and hilariously funny all at the same time. Chris Farley was an unstoppable force of nature at “Saturday Night Live” in the 90s, and you’ll see it all here, including the best of Motivational Speaker Matt Foley, The Chris Farley Show, the slightly overweight Chippendales dancer and many other unique and endearing characters. Plus there’s 25 minutes of extra material, including scenes that were cut after dress rehearsal and never seen before now.

217: Digital Short: Annuale - Aired: 2008-02-23

Four women (Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Casey Wilson, Kristen Wiig) discover Annuale, a birth control pill that lets ladies have a single, annual period, but with a few dangerous side effects including violent rage.

218: Digital Short: Spin the Bottle - Aired: 2012-01-14

When a boy decides to play spin the bottle, he keeps striking out with a group of hobos.

Season 1 (24 Episodes)

1: George Carlin with Janis Ian and Billy Preston - Aired: 1975-10-11

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase Sketches include: "Wolverines", "George Carlin's Monologue", "New Dad Insurance", "The Courtroom", "Andy Kaufman", "George Carlin Stand-Up I", "Victims Of Shark Bite", "Jamitol", "Triopenin", "Triopenin", "Triple-Trac", "George Carlin Stand-Up II", "The Impossible Truth", "Bee Hospital", "Academy of Better Careers", "Show Us Your Guns", George Carlin Stand-Up III, "Trojan Horse Home Security"

2: Paul Simon with Randy Newman, Phoebe Snow, and Art Garfunkel - Aired: 1975-10-18

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase Sketches include: "The Berkeley Collection of Grafitti Wallpaper," "Paul Simon vs.Connie Hawkins," The Bees Have Been Cut, and "The Mighty Favog," and "Try-Hard 1-11."

3: Rob Reiner - Aired: 1975-10-25

Live from New York, it's.. Sketeches Include: Wheelchair Bound, A Trip to the Doctor, Fashion Show, Surgery Free Healing, Dangerous But Inept, National Pancreas Association PSA, At The Blaine Hotel, What Gilda Ate, Square Dancing, Smoking Craters, and Operation. John Belushi (as Joe Cocker) performed "A Little Help From My Friends."

4: Candice Bergen with Esther Phillips - Aired: 1975-11-08

Live from New York, It's... Sketches include: Gerald Ford adressess the nation, Ambassador Training Institute spot, "Jaws II", Garrett Morris confronts unorganized CIA, Catherine Deneuve, Black Perspective, "Midnight Probe", Andy Kaufman as Foreign Man, Crank Call to Airline Stewardess, Obnoxious journalist interviews world ruler.

5: Robert Klein with ABBA and Loudon Wainwright III - Aired: 1975-11-15

Live from New York, It's... Sketches include: Pagent winner Sherry refuses crown, Minute Mystery, Bee-Cenntinial Minute, Greg Allman dodges question about his love-life, The Eternal Crawl: Roaches Through History, Sam Peckinpah, Female fireman tips, Looks at Books.

6: Lily Tomlin - Aired: 1975-11-22

Live from New York, it's...Chevy Chase Sketches include "Gerald Ford Addresses the Nation," "Beethoven Sings My Girl," Jaws III, "Edith Ann On Ice," "Spud Beer," "How To Harass Men," "Beethoven's Second," "The Clumsy Bellhop and the Interracial Couple," "Suzy Forgives Patty Hearst," "Beethoven as Ray Charles," and "Skred In Love" (Muppets).

7: Richard Pryor with Gil Scott-Heron - Aired: 1975-12-13

On A Seven Second Delay from New York, it's...Garrett Morris Sketches include: The Clumsy Waiters, Samurai Hotel, Looks At Books, New Dad (repeat from the first episode of the series), Police Line-Up #1, Racist Word Association, SNL Film: Pong, When White Family Members Turn Black, Spud Beer, Police Line-Up #2, Early Suicide Pill, The Muppets: Ploobis and Scred Get Drunk, Police Line-Up #3, Exorcist II, SNL Film: Albert Brooks Is Home Sick, and Richard Pryor Stand-Up. Gil-Scott Heron performs: "Johannesburg" and "A Lovely Day"

8: Candice Bergen with Martha Reeves and The Stylistics - Aired: 1975-12-20

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase Sketches include-- Fireside Chat with Gerald Ford, "Mel's Char Palace", "What Gilda Ate", Billy is guilty of murder, Teddy the Elf, "The Fritzie Kringle Show", "Minute Mystery", Candice and the cast perform 'Winter Wonderland', The Bees Christmas Party, Homeward Bound.

9: Elliott Gould with Anne Murray - Aired: 1976-01-10

Live from New York, it's... Chevy Chase Sketches include "The Dead String Quartet," "Interior Demolitionists," "Vito Corleone in Therapy," "The Killer Bees," "Birthright", "Gilda and Elliot," "New Shimmer," The Muppets, "Play Misty for Me" (film), "Jamitol," "Try-Hard 1-11," and "Powwow With the Press" (stand-up). Anne Murray performed "Long Distance Call" and "Boogie With You."

10: Buck Henry with Bill Withers and Toni Basil - Aired: 1976-01-17

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase Sketches include--Suicide Prevention, "Samurai Deli", Operation Stumblebum, "Citizen Kane II", King Bee(the Blues Brothers), Auto mechanic tells bedtime story, "Presidential Foreplay", Chevy misuses a joint, The Constipated Man, The Muppets and the Japanese sex Device.

11: Peter Cook & Dudley Moore with Neil Sedaka - Aired: 1976-01-24

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase Sketches include-- Bomb Squad, Prisoner Auditions, "Don Pardo's Holiday on A Elevator", "Table Talk", "Backstage Banter", Sonny and Cher, The Baby Jesus, Chevy talks to Angola's roommate, The Muppets.

12: Dick Cavett with Jimmy Cliff - Aired: 1976-01-31

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase Sketches include--Voodoo on Chevy Chase, Alcohol and Firearms, Lowell Brock of H&R Brock, "Looks at Books", Dick Cavett's School of Hydroplane Operation, Dance To The Nation, "The Apple Follies", Our Town.

13: Peter Boyle with Al Jarreau - Aired: 1976-02-14

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase Sketches include "The Valentine's Day Massacre," "Samurai Divorce Court," "Jason and Sunshine," "The Corrida." "All Pro Wrestling," "Remembering of Things Past", "Dueling Brandos," "A Home Movie" (film), and "The Orgy." Al Jarreau performs "We'll Get By."

14: Desi Arnaz with Desi Arnaz Jr. - Aired: 1976-02-21

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase Sketches include-- Gerald Ford gives a word association, Literary Recital, Very White(Chevy Chase)sings unsoulful songs, "The Failed Pilots of I Love Lucy", Cuban accupunture, Lucille Ball talks about Desi's book, Bisexual Minute.

15: Jill Clayburgh with Leon Redbone - Aired: 1976-02-28

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase Sketches include-- No More Falls, "Great Moments in Herstory", White Guilt Relief Fund, Inquisitive Girlfriend, Grable and Lombard, Car Yummies, Paying the Milkman, Jill Carson Guidance Counselor!, Andy Kaufman sings "Old Macdonald", "The Mr. Bill Show".

16: Anthony Perkins with Betty Carter - Aired: 1976-03-13

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase Sketches include--'SNL is not ad-libbed' says Chevy Chase, A President's View on Marijuana, Dominatrix Cleaning Tips, "Norman Bates School of Hotel Management", Low-budget Movie Trailers, Sherry protest her B(ee), Policemen Dance Party, "Hello Dolly".

17: Ron Nessen with the Patti Smith Group - Aired: 1976-04-17

Live from New York, It's...Gerald Ford Sketches include-- "The Dead String Quartet", Super Bass-O-Matic 76, An Oval Office, David Eisenhower is Anti-Nixon, Thomas Jefferson denies slavery, The New Stoner Volunteer Army, Catherine the Great, Disgusting Jam, Autumm Fizz--The Carbonated Douche, "Tomorrow With Tom Snyder".

18: Raquel Welch with Phoebe Snow and John Sebastian - Aired: 1976-04-24

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase Sketches include-- "Get to the fall Chevy!", Purina Rat Chow, Joseph Franklin's 10-letter Metric Alphabet, "The Claudine Longet Ski Invitational", "One Flew Over The Hornest Nest", Chevy tries to convince Raquel to take off her shirt, Baba Wawa, Bisexual Moment, The Muppets are finished on SNL.

19: Madeline Kahn with Carly Simon - Aired: 1976-05-08

Live from New York, it's Chevy Chase! Sketches are "Ronald Reagan's Jam Session," Not for Ladies Only, Wilderness Comedian, "Slumber Party," Bride of Frankenstein, "Fondue Pots for Namibia," "The Muppets Can Reunite the Beatles," New York's My Home (film), "Super Absordent Dry Hose," and "The Final Days." Carly Simon performs You're So Vain.

20: Dyan Cannon with Leon & Mary Russell - Aired: 1976-05-15

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase Sketches include--Chevy has to do the fall again, "Hearing Test," "The Adulterer," "Vacationland Adventure", "Minister with Hiccups," "Dyan Cannon's Dream," "Orange Juice," "The Bathwater of The Stars", "Johnny Angel", "Cresk Toothpaste,"" and "The Hubcap Thief" (film). Leon Russell and Joe Cocker (Belushi) perform "Daylight".

21: Buck Henry with Gordon Lightfoot - Aired: 1976-05-22

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase Sketches include--Emmy winner Chevy tries to get Laraine todo the fall, Samurai Tailor, "Talk Back!", "Dell Stator's Toad Ranch Resturaunt", "Looks at Books", The Crowd Audition, Peter Lemon Moodring, "Not For Ladies Only", Lorne Micheals offer to the Beatles.

22: Elliott Gould with Leon Redbone and Harlan Collins & Joyce Everson - Aired: 1976-05-29

Sketches include "Wax Museum," "Phone Operator Academy," "European Poker Player," "Babs's Uvula," "The Last Voyage of the Starship Enterprise," "The Bee Honeymooners," "Shirley Temple Black," "Vibramatic," "Uncle Charlie's School," and "Show Us Your Guns." Leon Redbone performed "Shine On Harvest Moon."

23: Louise Lasser with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band - Aired: 1976-07-24

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase Sketches include--Belushi thinks Chevy has a big head, Louise Lasser locks herself dressing room, General "V.D" Amin, Sven and Inger, John Belushi tries to sell his clothes, Ode to Television, Louise apologizes to her dog, Jimmy Carter talks about the campagin.

24: Kris Kristofferson with Rita Coolidge - Aired: 1976-07-31

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase Sketches include--Kristofferson signs "Help Me Make it Through The Night", new SNL employer Sherry, Samurai General Practitioner, the Great White Athelete, Gerald Ford dosent want to talk about local issues, "Talk Country", My Blind Date is My Gynocologist, Andrew Young is a Suckup, Police State, "Waiting For Don Pardo".

Season 2 (22 Episodes)

1: Lily Tomlin/James Taylor - Aired: 1976-09-18

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase Sketches include-- Big shot Lily Tomlin will do the show without rehearsing, "Debate 76", Legionnaire's Disease Outbreak, The Phone Company, "Women In Literature", Tess DiSenzo, The Antler Dance, Judith Beasley.

2: Norman Lear/Boz Scaggs - Aired: 1976-09-25

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase (On telephone) Sketches include-- Gilda plans to do the fall, Jimmy Carter speaks on sexual performance in the White House, Chevy's Girls, Trial sitcom--"The Snakehandling O'Sheas", Joseph Franklin--The Metric Clock, Abusive Divorce Lawyer, Rhodesian Peace Talks.

3: Eric Idle/Joe Cocker and Stuff - Aired: 1976-10-02

Live from New York, it's..Chevy Chase (on telephone)! Sketches include-- Hospitalized Chevy confronts impostor, Designer Babies, KLOG Deejay, The Killer Bees, Cufflinks of the Gods, Drag is Not Funny, Dragnet, Drag Racing Today, Jacques Cousteau, Joe Cocker and his doppleganger(Belushi), "Ken Norton is more talented than Muhummad Ali".

4: Karen Black/John Prine - Aired: 1976-10-16

Live from New York, it's...Chevy Chase! Sketches include-- Chevy returns, "Baba Wawa at Large," Debate '76, A*M*I*S*H, Cancer-free Cupcakes, "Love Russian Style," The Lunch Counter Reunion, Mr. Bill, Ode to American Coinage.

5: Steve Martin/Kinky Friedman - Aired: 1976-10-23

Sketches include "Yankees Lose," "Jeopardy 1999," "Speak Out For Milk", "The Beatnik Club," "Ted Baxter Kills Mary Richards," "Looks at Books," and "Mysteries in Medicine." Kinky Friedman performed "Dear Abby."

6: Buck Henry/The Band - Aired: 1976-10-30

Sketches include-- Trick or Treating Land Shark, "Not For Ladies Only", Samurai Stockbroker, Garrett Morris's Family History, Debate 76, Super Bass-O-Matic 77, "The OintMENt", Mr. Mike's Least Loved Bedtime Tales, Houdini's Ghost.

7: Dick Cavett/Ry Cooder - Aired: 1976-11-13

Live from New York, It's...Gilda Radner Sketches include-- Chroma Trak Girl, Puppy Uppers and Doggie Downers, Nixon's Watergate Frame-up, Crossroads, Grandparent Bees, Mr.Mike's Least Loved Bedtime Tales--"The Blind Chicken", Mobile Shrink, "How Things Work", Marines--Looking For A Few Good Men.

8: Paul Simon/Paul Simon, George Harrison - Aired: 1976-11-20

Live from New York, It's...George Harrison Sketches include-- Paul Simon meets pauper Chevy Chase on sidewalk while Lorne talks with George Harrison, Quarry, "Baba Wawa at Large", The Twilight Zone, Billy Paul, "Tomorrow with Tom Synder".

9: Jodie Foster/Brian Wilson - Aired: 1976-11-27

Live from New York, It's...Gilda Radner Sketches include-- Gilda wont be in much of tonight's show, Wendy, Bee Peter Pan and Tinkerbee, Rovco's Puberty Helper, Metal Man, Steve Bashekis, Im Not Black, The Crush on the Biology Teacher, Don Pardo--The First Fifty Years, Laraine Newman's talents, Mr.Mike's Least Loved Bedtime Tales--""he Little Train That Died".

10: Candice Bergen/Frank Zappa - Aired: 1976-12-11

Live from New York, it's... Gilda Radner! Sketches include: "Patty Hearst At Home," "Jimmy Carter Can't Keep His Promises," "Santi-Wrap," Consumer Probe, Fern and Friend in PSA for The Right to Extreme Stupidity League, FX-70 Cheese Slicer, The Killer Trees trailer, "Adopt John Belushi For Christmas," "Radioactive Fallout Report," and "Let's Kill Gary Gilmore For Christmas."

11: Ralph Nader/George Benson - Aired: 1977-01-15

Live from New York, It's...Ralph Nader Sketches include-- Ralph Nader wants to cut loose, Badmouthing Grandfather, Dress Rehearsal for Execution, The Confederate Takeover, "Baba Wawa At Large"" The Coneheads, "Youth Ask Questions", Andy Kaufman as Elvis, Testing Party Dolls.

12: Ruth Gordon/Chuck Berry - Aired: 1977-01-22

Live from New York, it's...John Belushi in a wheelchair! Sketches include-- Belushi's too sick to do the show, Barbara Streisand, Emily Litella and Her Sister, Tomorrow with Tom Snyder, Little Old Ladies of The Night, Asking the Babysitter About Sex, E. Buzz Miller, Crazy Frank Commercial parody, and Mr. Mike's Least-Loved Bedtime Tales.

13: Fran Tarkenton/Leo Sayer - Aired: 1977-01-29

Live from New York, it's... the cast of SNL! Sketches include "Locker Room Pep Talk," "Swiss Army Gun," "Amy Carter in School," "Chambers' Missing Arm," "Black Perspective," "Home Restaurant," "Community Appeal," "Fran's One-Night Stand," "Grand Stand," "French Liquid," and "Rhonda's Credit Card Counseling."

14: Steve Martin/The Kinks - Aired: 1977-02-26

Live from New York, It's... Steve Martin! Sketches include "Steve Martin's Ego Trip," "Coneheads' Tax Audit," "Celebrity Weightlifting," "Dr. Breadloaf's Quickloss Diet Book," "Pulling the Plug," "Broadway Baby," "Hollywood Bingo," "From the Big Orange to the Big Apple" (film), "Roots II," and "Plenty in Common."

15: Sissy Spacek/Richard Baskin - Aired: 1977-03-12

Live From New York, It's...Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, Jane Curtin, Garrett Morris, Bill Murray, Laraine Newman, Gilda Radner, and Sissy Spacek! Sketches include-- "Dave Wilson's Dead," "Burger Master," "Ask President Carter", ""Belushi's Olympic Dream," "Gidget's Disease," "Bad Playhouse," and "White Trash Couple.

16: Broderick Crawford/Dr. John, The Meters - Aired: 1977-03-19

Live From New York, it's... Laraine Newman, Gilda Radner, Jane Curtin, & Linda Ronstadt! Sketches include "Goodbye Saccharine," "Samurai Hit-Man," "Broderick's Old Neighborhood" (film), "Mel's Hide Heaven", "Bill Murray, The New Guy," "Lucy Ricardo's Nuke Job," "Highway Patrol," "Baba Wawa At Large," and "Nixon and Hoover."

17: Jack Burns/Santana - Aired: 1977-03-26

Live From New York, It's...John Belushi Sketches include-- Belushi Refuses to Say Live From New York, The Coneheads, Marine Wedding, "The Untouchables", "The Story of The Squatters", "Ask Big Daddy", Washed Up Comedy Writer, Suicidal Buisnessman, Old-Fashioned Pharmacist.

18: Julian Bond/Brick - Aired: 1977-04-09

Live From New York, It's...Gilda Radner Sketches include-- Emily Litella's New Love, Lowell Brock, Black Perspective, "Dr.X, Family Counselor", Right On Afro Lustre, Great Moments In Motown, Creeley's Soup, Bad Cinema, George Wallace, Julian and Andrew Young Talk With President Carter.

19: Elliott Gould/McGarrigle Sisters - Aired: 1977-04-16

Live From New York, It's...John Belushi! Sketches include-- Brezhnev Wants to Appear on Carson, The Castration Walk, Nick The Lounge Singer, You've Come a Long Way, Buddy, United Face Bank, Jason and Sunshine, Pilson Feedbag Dinners.

20: Eric Idle/Neil Innes - Aired: 1977-04-23

Live From New York, It's...Bill Murray Sketches include-- Potato Torture, The American Dope Growers Union, "The Nixon Interviews", Flight Attendant Sherry, "Plain Talk", "Heavy Wit Championship", Bill Murray's Bad Childhood Memories, "Telethon for Britian", "The Battle of Britain". Gary Weis film: Body Language.

21: Shelley Duvall/Joan Armatrading - Aired: 1977-05-14

Live From New York, It's...John Belushi Sketches include-- Bee Sketch Is Pre-Empted by Norton-Bobick Fight, Video Vixens, Badly Disguised Bank Robber, Viva Las Vegas II, "Baba Wawa At Large", Feuding Couple, "Bad Ballet", "Night of The Moonies", Audience Member Chevy.

22: Buck Henry/Kenny Vance, Jennifer Warnes - Aired: 1977-05-21

Live From New York, It's...Gilda Radner Sketches include-- Carter's Energy Saving Message, Buck Performs A Live Sex Act, Samurai B.M.O.C, The Shower Mike, The Coneheads Return to Remulak, Rhonda Weiss's Bridal Shower, Charles Lindbergh Meets the Land Shark.

Season 3 (20 Episodes)

1: Steve Martin/Jackson Browne - Aired: 1977-09-24

Live From New York, It's...Dan Aykroyd Sketches include--"Bert Lance National Express Card", "Kromega III", "Wild & Crazy Guys", "Mike McMack, Defense Lawyer", "Trinity 3000 Computer", "Great Moments In Rock & Roll", "Mr. U.S.A. Pageant", "Royal Deluxe II"

2: Madeline Kahn/Taj Mahal - Aired: 1977-10-08

Live From New York, It's...Bill Murray Sketches include--"Lee Harry Oswald", "Swill", "Bad Opera", "The 'Anyone Can Host' Contest", "Bianca Jagger Talks with Close Personal Friends", "The Acid Generation - Where Are They Now?", "Blind African-American", "Autumn In New York", "Ultra-Personal Feminine Product", "Dubbing Hercules", "Dame Edna Everage", "Pocket Pal", "Phone Secrets""

3: Hugh Hefner/Libby Titus - Aired: 1977-10-15

Live From New York, It's...Laraine Newman Sketches include--"Playboy Bunny", "Angora Bouquet", "Planet Of The Men Vs. Planet Of The Women", "The 'Anyone Can Host' Contest", "The X-Police", "Circular Bed Sex Research", "Listening To Great Music", "Sex In Cinema", "3 R's", "The Story Of H", "Funeral Magician", "The Farbers at the Playboy Club"

4: Charles Grodin/Paul Simon and The Persuaders - Aired: 1977-10-29

Live From New York, It's...John Belushi Sketches include--"Grodin Misses Dress Rehearsal", "Weekend Update Ad", "The Coneheads", "Long-Winded Set-Up", "Consumer Probe", "The 'Anyone Can Host' Contest", "Samurai Dry Cleaners", "Trick-or-Treating Killer Bees", "Judy Miller"", "The Professional School of Football", "Incompetents"

5: Ray Charles and the Raylettes - Aired: 1977-11-12

Live From New York, It's...John Belushi Sketches include-- "Don Corleone", "A Message From the President of the United States", "Mamorex", "Howdy Doody's Widow", "Tomorrow", "The Young Caucasians", "Ray Charles Medley", "Franklyn Ajaye", "Evelyn Woodski Slow Reading Course", "Blackout Burglary", "Buck Henry Announcement".

6: Buck Henry/Leon Redbone - Aired: 1977-11-19

Live From New York, It's...Anyone Can Host Contest Finalists Sketches include--"The 'Anyone Can Host' Contest Finalists", "Little Chocolate Donuts", "Samurai Psychiatrist", "Stunt Babies", "Motel Sanitation Items", "Tomorrow", "Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow", "The Rickey Rat Club", "The History of Franken & Davis", "Jackie Onassis", "'Anyone Can Host' Contest Film ", "Life After Death"

7: Mary Kay Place/Willie Nelson - Aired: 1977-12-10

Live From New York, It's...Laraine Newman, Garrett Morris, Bill Murray, Mary Kay Place, Dan Aykroyd, Gilda Radner, John Belushi, & Jane Curtin Sketches include--"Peppiest Show Ever", "Hey, You!", "More Insects To Worry About", "Total Womanhood", "Married In A Minute!", "Bad Musical", "Hanukkah Explanation".

8: Mrs. Miskel Spillman/Elvis Costello and the Attractions - Aired: 1977-12-17

Live From New York, It's...John Belushi Sketches include ""America's Oldest Living Doper," "Meat Wagon Toy Ambulance," "Dating the Self-Conscious & Extremely Obnoxious," "Gift of the Magi," "Starsky and Hutch," "The Al Franken and Tom Davis Show," "E. Buzz Miller's Art Classics," "College Students Home For Christmas," "Drunken Santa," "Madame Butterfly"

9: Steve Martin/The Nitty Gritty Dirty Band - Aired: 1978-01-21

Live From New York, It's...Dan Aykroyd Sketches include--"State of the Union Address", "Swill", "Searching For Bigfoot", "Wild & Crazy Guys", "Body Floss", "The Coneheads On 'Family Feud'", "'Close Personal Friends' Film", "What If?"

10: Robert Klein/Bonnie Raitt - Aired: 1978-01-28

Live From New York, It's...Paul Shaffer Sketches include--"Mr. Mike & Tina Turner Review", "Olympia Cafe", "The X-Police", "Nick Winters", "Nerds Album", "Frogs Look At Film ", "Giant Lobster Attack Warning", "Rhonda Weiss", "Attack Of The Giant Lobsters", "Lobsters Wreck The Studio""

11: Chevy Chase/Billy Joel - Aired: 1978-02-18

Live From New York, It's...Chevy Chase Sketches include--"A Former President Speaks to the Nation", "The Moth Masher", "Post-Sex Discussion", "King", "Customs Trainee", "Bad Day Soundtrack Film", "Sermonette", "World War II GI Quiz", "Sketch With No Ending"

12: O.J. Simpson/Ashford and Simpson - Aired: 1978-02-25

Live From New York, It's...Gilda Radner Sketches include--"Gilda Answers Audience Questions", "Samurai Night Fever", "Great Moments In Sports", "The Mohawk Master", "The Raid On Nicosia", "Voodoo", "The Franken & Davis Show", "Mandingo II", "E. Buzz Miller's Animal Kingdom", "Hertz Ad", "Celebrity Battle of the Sexes"

13: Art Garfunkel/Stephen Bishop - Aired: 1978-03-11

Live From New York, It's...Gilda Radner Sketches include--"Modern Crimes", "Kromega III", "Tomorrow", "Miracle In Chicago", "Stage Door Guard", "Looks At Books", "Don't Look Back In Anger", "Looking For Mr. Goodbar Playset""

14: Jill Clayburgh/Eddie Money - Aired: 1978-03-18

Live From New York, It's...Garrett Morris Sketches include--"Garrett Morris sings 'Danny Boy'", "Royal Deluxe II", "Olympia Cafe", "Sybil III", "Bad One-Man Theater", "Nutrifix", "Myopia", "Shower Mike", "The Coneheads On Earth", "Celebrity Crack-Up"

15: Christopher Lee/Meat Loaf - Aired: 1978-03-25

Live From New York, It's...John Belushi Sketches include--"Kevin Scott", "Movie Trailers", "My Fair Lady", "Mr. Death", "Anwar Sadat", "Cold As Ice", "Dell Stator's Rabbit Hut", "Vampire Hunters", "Richard Belzer", "Mr. Bill Goes To The Circus""

16: Michael Palin/Eugene Record - Aired: 1978-04-08

Live From New York, It's...Dan Aykroyd Sketches include--"Oscar Awards", "Little Chocolate Donuts", "Tax Deductions", "H&L Brock", "Great Escape", "Nerds Piano Lesson", "The Case of the Scarlet Membrane", "Good Time At Party", "Mr. Bill Pays His Taxes", "Danger Probe"

17: Michael Sarrazin/Keith Jarrett - Aired: 1978-04-15

Live From New York, It's...Laraine Newman Sketches include--"A Message From the President of the United States", "Angora Bouquet", "Judy Miller", "E. Buzz Miller's Exercise World", "La Dolce Gilda", "Abraham Lincoln in the Audience", "Archaeologicus"

18: Steve Martin/The Blues Brothers - Aired: 1978-04-22

*Nominated for an Emmy Award* Live From New York, It's...Paul Shaffer Sketches include--"Don Kirshner's Rock Concert", "Hey You!", "Wild & Crazy Guys", "Theodoric of York", "Dancing In The Dark", "Extramarital Foreplay", "Swan Lake", "Troff 'n' Brew", "Nerds Science Fair", "Next Week In Review".

19: Richard Dreyfuss/Jimmy Buffett - Aired: 1978-05-13

Live From New York, It's...Bill Murray Sketches include--"Paraquat", "Cone Encounters of the Third Kind", "Sex Test", "Nick 'Springs'", "Annoying Lovers' Traits", "The David Susskind Show", "Father Guido Sarducci",

20: Buck Henry/Sun Ra - Aired: 1978-05-20

Live From New York, It's...Dan Aykroyd Sketches include-- "Nixon Kicks His Book Around", "Nerds Go To The Prom", "Samurai TV Repairman", "Sodom Chamber of Commerce", "Olympia Cafe", "Mr. Mike's Least Loved Music", "More Insects To Worry About", "Stunt Puppy", "Bad Conceptual Art", "The Franken & Davis Show".

Season 4 (20 Episodes)

1: The Rolling Stones - Aired: 1978-10-07

Live from New York, it's Dan Aykroyd! Sketches include "Garrett Morris and the National Broadcasting Orchestra," "Mayor Koch Honors John Belushi," the commercial parody "Autoscent," Tomorrow, "Nerds Meet the Norge Refrigerator Repairman," "Olympia Restaurant #4," Tom Schiller's Sushi By the Pool, "Paul McCartney and John Lennon Reunion," "Danger Probe."

2: Fred Willard/Devo - Aired: 1978-10-14

Sketches include--"Honker in the Audience", "Two Guys Who Are Lawyers", "Aging Stuntman Cliff Preston", "One-Night-Stand vs. Phone Talk", "Mr. Bill Goes To N.Y.", "Bobbi Farber", "Crossroads", "Scotch Boutique", "Booji Boy"

3: Frank Zappa - Aired: 1978-10-21

Sketches include "Fred Silverman," "Coneheads," "Domestic Prison," "Night on Freak Mountain," "Woman to Woman," "The Al Franken and Tom Davis Show," "Mr. Bill"

4: Steve Martin/Van Morrison - Aired: 1978-11-04

Live from New York, it's...President Dan Aykroyd! Sketches include "A Message From the President of the United States", "Where's the Cracker, Steve?", "Elvis Presley's Coat", "What If?", "Theodoric of York, Medieval Judge", "Festrunk Brothers at a Fox Bar," "The Nerds at the Hospital", "Looks At Books", and "Annoying Waiter".

5: Buck Henry/The Grateful Dead - Aired: 1978-11-11

Sketches include--"Concession Speech,", "Rovco Chinch Canch" commercial parody, "Samurai Optometrist," "Uncle Roy #1," "The Death Of Rasputin," "Nick Sands, the Lounge Singer," More Flu To Worry About, and "St. Mickey's Knights of Columbus."

6: Carrie Fisher/The Blues Brothers - Aired: 1978-11-18

Live from New York, it's....Garrett Morris! The Blues Brothers open the show by performing Soul Man. Carrie comes out dressed as Princess Leia for her monologue, telling a joke that only the voice of Obi Won (Dan Aykroyd) likes. This leads into Beach Blanket Bimbo from Outer Space, "The Loud Family," Mercy Killers, the Blues Brothers' performance of Almost and B-Movie Boxcar Blues, "Mr. Bill's Fishing Trip," Tomorrow, "Bad Red Chinese Ballet," and the Schiller film Arrividerci Roman.

7: Walter Matthau/Garrett Morris - Aired: 1978-12-02

Sketches include--"Fred Silverman", "Super Epoxy-Dent", "The Bad News Bees", "Olympia Cafe", "Daughter's Old Room", "Nixon's Conspirator, "Woman to Woman", "Government Surplus Store", "Network Battle of the T's & A's", "Mr. Bill Is Late"

8: Eric Idle/Kate Bush - Aired: 1978-12-09

Sketches include "Telepsychic Ray," "Julia Child," "Madrigal," "The Woman He Loved," "What Do You?", "Candy Slice," "Consumer Probe," "Singing Dog Agent," and "Cochise at Oxford".

9: Elliott Gould/Peter Tosh with Mick Jagger - Aired: 1978-12-16

Sketches include "White House Lawn Special Event," "Rovco All-Flammable Christmas Tree," "The Widettes," "Mommie Dearest," "Scotch and Spirits," "Bob and Ray," "St. Mickey's Knights of Columbus," and "Honker Works the Christmas Lot".

10: Michael Palin/The Doobie Brothers - Aired: 1979-01-27

Sketches include "State of the Union Address: Preparation I," "Palin's Socks Monologue," "Mr. Brighton Returns to the Nerds," "Miles Cowperthwaite, Part One," "What If Superman Grew Up in Germany?" and "Name the Bats." Weekend Update features "Chico Escuela's Super Bowl Recap" and "Father Guido Sarducci's Bill for The Last Brunch."

11: Cicely Tyson/Talking Heads - Aired: 1979-02-10

Sketches include "Cicely Confronts Garrett Monologue," "Nick Rails, the Train Lounge Singer," and "The Widettes."

12: Rick Nelson/Judy Collins - Aired: 1979-02-17

Live from New York, it's...John Belushi! Sketches include "WGN Morning Show," "The Twilight Zone," "Helium," "¿Quien Es Mas Macho?," and "Rock Against Yeast '79." Judy Collins performed "Hard Times for Lovers."

13: Kate Jackson/Delbert McClinton - Aired: 1979-02-24

Sketches include "Charlie's Angels," "Nerds," "Fred Silverman," "Child Psychiatrist," "Andy Kaufman," "Kate Jackson and Fred Silverman," "Bad Cabaret For Children," "Coneheads"

14: Gary Busey/Gary Busey with Rick Danko and Paul Butterfield, Eubie Blake - Aired: 1979-03-10

Live from New York, it's...John Belushi! Sketches include: "Breaking the Ice with Belushi" "Billy Carter" "Women's Problems" "The Unsung Heroes of Rock n Roll" "The Slopjockey" "Bill Murray Talks With Mrs. Ed." Gregory Hines joins Eubie Blake in singing Low-down Blues, I'm Just Simply Full Of Jazz and I'm Just Wild About Harry. Busey and Paul Butterfield perform Stay All Night.

15: Margot Kidder/The Chieftains - Aired: 1979-03-17

Live from New York, it's...John Belushi! Sketches include "WGN Radio Live at Doyle's Tavern," "The Navy," "Fred Garvin: Male Prostitute," "St. Mickey's Knights of Columbus," "Superhero Party," The Franken and Davis Show, "Men's Problems," and The Mr. Bill Show. The Chieftains perform If I Had Maggie In The Woods and Morning Dew.

16: Richard Benjamin/Rickie Lee Jones - Aired: 1979-04-07

Sketches include "The Pepsi Syndrome," "The Nerds In Love," and "Scottish Restaurant." Jones performs his hit "Chuck E's In Love."

17: Milton Berle/Ornette Coleman - Aired: 1979-04-14

Sketches include "Texaco Star Theater Intro," "The Widettes," "On The Spot," and "Milton's Writers." Ornette Coleman played "Times Square."

18: Michael Palin/James Taylor - Aired: 1979-05-12

Sketches include "Mother's Day Monologue," "Miles Cowperthwaite, Part Two: I Am Nailed to the Hull," and "Black-Market Gasoline." Weekend Update includes "Margaret Thathcer Interview."

19: Maureen Stapleton/Linda Ronstadt, Phoebe Snow - Aired: 1979-05-19

Live from New York, it's... Dan Aykroyd! Sketches include "Telepsychic Ray," "Nick Wings, the Airport VIP Lounge Singer," and "Idi Amin Holes Out."

20: Buck Henry/Bette Midler - Aired: 1979-05-26

Sketches include "Mr. Bill at SNL," "Disco Roller Fishing Park," "Samurai Bakery," "Uncle Roy," "Watergate Was a Joke," and "Olympia Cafe." Bette Midler performs a medley of standards.

Season 5 (20 Episodes)

1: Steve Martin/Blondie - Aired: 1979-10-13

Sketches include ""The Pope's Doorman,"" ""Craig's Travellers' Checks,"" ""Free Spanish Lesson,"" ""Juvenile Delinquent Vandal,"" ""Rise,"" ""Carole King,"" ""The David Susskind Show,"" ""Bolshoi Ballet,"" ""The All-New Mr. Bill Show,"" ""What the Hell is That?"". Blondie performs "Dreaming" and "The Hardest Part".

2: Eric Idle/Bob Dylan - Aired: 1979-10-20

Sketches include ""Eric's Sick,"" ""Hotel-Motel Art Fair,"" ""Mr. Howard's Shoe Store,"" ""Prince Charles Tells You How To Pick Up Girls!,"" ""Hardcore II,"" ""Heavy Sarcasm,"" and ""Ask Elvis."" Bob Dylan performs ""Gotta Serve Somebody,"" ""I Believe In You,"" and ""When You Gonna Wake Up.""

3: Bill Russell/Chicago - Aired: 1979-11-03

Sketches include ""Kennedy in '80,"" ""Banshee,"" ""The Black Shadow,"" ""The Landers Files,"" ""Mr. Bill at Home,"" ""Nick in the Arctic,"" ""Eleanor Roosevelt,"" ""Sports Hot Line,"" and ""Big n' Tall That's All."" Chicago performs their 1970 hit ""I'm a Man"" and their then-current single ""Street Player.""

4: Buck Henry/Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Aired: 1979-11-10

Sketches include ""Rush Home to the Bathroom,"" ""Find the Popes in the Pizza Contest drawing,"" ""Nerds #12,"" ""Harley's Bristol Cream"" and ""Banshee"" commercial parodies, and one of Aviva Slesin's ""First Love"" films.

5: Bea Arthur/The Roches - Aired: 1979-11-17

Sketches include ""Sex Change,"" ""The Backers' Audition,"" and ""First, He Cries.""

6: Howard Hesseman/Randy Newman - Aired: 1979-12-08

Sketches include the ""Steve Marvin Radio Show"" and the debut of ""The Al Franken Decade.""

7: Martin Sheen/David Bowie - Aired: 1979-12-15

Sketches include ""Quick Sex Change Operation,"" ""Le Shoe,"" ""Afraid of the Dark,"" ""Striking Teachers,"" ""Apocolypse Now,"" ""First Love, Part 2,"" ""Foreveready,"" ""Criminals,"" ""Minota AM-3 Camera,"" ""Revisions of Freudian History,"" ""Martin Sheen Hairspray""

8: Ted Knight/Desmond Child and Rouge - Aired: 1979-12-22

Sketches include A Christmas Gift from The Shah, Nerds Nativity, and Java Junkie.

9: Teri Garr/The B-52's - Aired: 1980-01-26

Sketches include ""Paul McCartney in Japan: Day 11,"" ""Craig's,"" ""Somewhere Near Mason City, Iowa,"" ""Debs Behind Bars,"" ""Anchovy Council of America,"" ""Bad Playhouse,"" ""Baby Casting Director,"" and ""The Mr. Bill Show."" The B-52's perform ""Rock Lobster"" and ""Dance This Mess Around.""

10: Chevy Chase/Marianne Faithfull - Aired: 1980-02-09

Live from New York, it's…Chevy Chase! Sketches include ""Henry Kissinger and Gerald Ford,"" ""Pre-Chewed Charlies,"" The Bel Airabs, ""You Can't Win,"" Speaking of Fashion, ""Linden Palmer, Hollywood's Forgotten Director,"" and ""Honduras.""

11: Elliott Gould/Gary Numan - Aired: 1980-02-16

Sketches include ""Kramer vs. Godzilla,"" ""The Incredible Man,"" Andy Aaron's film ""Get Rid of That Building,"" and ""All-Time Radio.""

12: Kirk Douglas/Sam and Dave - Aired: 1980-02-23

Sketches include ""Kirk's Greatest Kirks,"" ""What If?,"" ""Arlene Meets Kirk Douglas,"" ""Greg's Bar Mitzvah,"" ""Prime Time Saturday,"" and ""Mask of Fear""

13: Rodney Dangerfield/J. Geils Band - Aired: 1980-03-08

Sketches include-- Dressing Room opening, Dr. Shockley's House of Sperm, Niggerands, Manhasset, The Subsitute Judge, Celebrity Corner: Bill Murray talks with Jerry Mathers and Tony Dow.

14: Paul Simon/James Taylor - Aired: 1980-03-15

Sketches include ""Anniversary Seance,"" ""Todd's Campaign,"" ""The Biggest Leprechaun,"" ""The Flogging Musicians,"" ""Talk or Die,"" and ""The David Susskind Show."" Paul Simon and James Taylor perform ""Cathy's Clown / Take Me to the Mardi Gras"" and David Sanborn performs ""Anything You Want.""

15: Richard Benjamin, Paula Prentiss/The Grateful Dead - Aired: 1980-04-05

Sketches include ""Women Empowerment"" and ""Hotel Room/Smell You.""

16: Burt Reynolds/Anne Murray - Aired: 1980-04-12

Sketches include ""Burt's Not Angry,"" ""Vomitorium,"" ""The Burt Book,"" ""Be a Pepper,"" and ""Baba Wawa at Large."" Anne Murray performs ""Lucky Me.""

17: Strother Martin/The Specials - Aired: 1980-04-19

The host for the episode is Strother Martin, and the musical guest is The Specials. The skits for this episode are as follows: Rosalyn Carter talks about sections of the 1980 census intended for illegal aliens, including questions about how they got into the US, where they would hide if the INS came to their homes, and how much they would be willing to do housework for. During his opening monologue, Strother Martin reveals that he was asked to host the show because Lorne Michaels mistook him for Tennessee Williams, and so far he's been keeping up the act. At Camp Beau Soleil, the campers are forced to learn French by the brutal camp counselor, Le Capitain, but a camper named Luke is determined to escape. Additional skits include a variety show will, the Conductor's Club, Any Town, and Food. The Specials perform "Gangsters" and "Too Much, Too Young".

18: Bob Newhart/The Amazing Rhythm Aces, Bruce Cockburn - Aired: 1980-05-10

Sketches include ""Mysteries of the Universe,"" ""The Dating Zone,"" ""Writing Home,"" and ""Mr. Bill."" The Amazing Rhythm Aces (featuring Bill Murray) perform ""Third-Rate Romance.""

19: Steve Martin/Paul and Linda McCartney - Aired: 1980-05-17

Sketches include: ""Father Guido Sarducci, Live from London,"" ""Real Incredible People,"" ""Stretch Marks Record Offer,"" ""Reagan's Dinner,"" and ""The Hominids."" 3-D performed ""All-Night Television.""

20: Buck Henry/Andrew Gold - Aired: 1980-05-24

Live from New York, it's Harry Shearer! Sketches include "Election '80: Almost Halfway Over," "The SNL Stars of the Future" monologue, "Lord and Lady Douchebag," "Uncle Roy," and "Nick at Trader Nick's."

Season 6 (13 Episodes)

1: Elliott Gould/Kid Creole and the Coconuts - Aired: 1980-11-15

Sketches include: Elliot Gould Discusses SNL's Glory Days, A Public Service Announcement: Highway Education, Jimmy Carter's Libido, Billy-Gram, What's It All About, Gail Matthius's Breast Exam, Nose Wrestling, The Accordian Killer, Speed Listening, The Rocket Report, Valley Girl Vicky, Heart to Heart, Gidget Goes To Hell, and Foot Fetish. Kid Creole and the Coconuts perform: ""Mr. Softee"" and ""There But For The Grace of God Go I""

2: Malcolm McDowell/Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band - Aired: 1980-11-22

Live from New York, it's...Gilbert Gottfried! Sketches include: Sitting Up Straight In The Electric Chair, Mutually Omaha's Wild Kingdom: In Search of the Negro Republican, Tobacco Growers of America, Serf City, Amy Carter Gets Adopted To The Reagans, Alex DeLarge For The American Milk Association, SNL Film: Showdown, Gothic Novel Shop, The 100 Years War, The Leather Weather Report, Commie Hunting, The Rocket Report, Jack The Stripper, SNL Film: Someone Is Hiding In My Apartment, and The Wine Cellar With Caroline Parker Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band perform: ""Hothead"" and ""Ashtray Heart""

3: Ellen Burstyn/Aretha Franklin - Aired: 1980-12-06

Sketches include ""A Message From David Rockefeller,"" ""Ed MacMahon School of Laughing,"" ""What It Is All About,"" ""The Rocket Report,"" ""Paulie Herman,"" ""Our Front Door,"" ""Pepe Gonzales,"" ""Valley Girls,"" ""Sam the Snake,"" ""The Toni Tenille Show,"" ""Fish Heads,"" ""Blame For Divorce,"" ""Old Lady""

4: Jamie Lee Curtis/James Brown - Aired: 1980-12-13

Live from New York, it's...Charles Rocket, Gail Matthius, and Denny Dillon! Sketches include: A Message From The Mean Majority, Clovin Hind Jeans Ad 1, The Attack Of The Terrible Snapping Creatures, Paulie Herman Plays 3-Card Monte, SNL Mini-Film: Who Is Gilbert Gottfried?, Dying To Be Heard, Poker and Drugs Don't Mix, Clovin Hind Jeans Ad 2, The Badger Convention, Clovin Hind Jeans Ad 3, Charles Rocket for The Tortu-Matic, Roweena's Cut and Curl, SNL Mini-Film: The Statue of Liberty Explosion, and Roadkill Burial Biker Gang. James Brown performs: Rapp Payback and a medley of his hits Ellen Shipley performs: Fotogenic

5: David Carradine/Linda Ronstadt/Cast of 'The Pirates of Penzance' - Aired: 1980-12-20

Live from New York, it's...Joe Piscopo Sketches include ""Joe Piscopo Impersonates Don Pardo,"" ""Gun City,"" ""The Menswear Store,"" ""Vicky and Debbie at the Mall,"" ""The Rocket Report,"" ""Dylan and Guthrie,"" ""The Home Version of Dallas,"" ""Mr. Bill's Christmas,"" ""Kung Fu Christmas,"" ""The Harlem Heroin Experience,"" ""The Virgin Search"" (film), ""Dopenhagen and Happy Daze,"" ""Colonel Sanders' Funeral,"" ""The Dancing Man"" (film), and ""Welfare Counseling."" George Rose, Linda Ronstadt, Rex Smith and the cast of ""The Pirates of Penzance"" perform Christmas carols.

6: Ray Sharkey/Jack Bruce and Friends - Aired: 1981-01-10

Live from New York, it's…Eddie Murphy! Sketches include ""The Real Jimmy 'The Weasel' Fratiano,"" ""Work Time Beer,"" ""WASP Couple Interpretation,"" ""Citizens For A Better America,"" ""Jimmy Carter At The Bar,"" ""January 11th Celebration,"" ""Filming Lazlo's Confession,"" ""Have A Nice Day,"" ""White Baby Salesman,"" ""Surrogate Mothers,"" ""The Man With The Black Hat"" (film), ""Stop-A-Nut,"" ""The Waiter-Maker,"" ""Nonexsistant Product,"" and some stand-up by Eddie Murphy. Jack Bruce performed ""Dancing On Air"" and ""Livin' Without Ja.""

7: Karen Black/Cheap Trick, Stanley Clarke Trio - Aired: 1981-01-17

Live from New York, it's...Ann Risely Sketches include: White House Move Out, The Legendary Composers, Foundation For The Tragically Hip, The Livelys, Reagan's Vice President, The Rocket Report, Mona Lisa In Love, 60 Minutes, Patient Thoughts, Fair Dinkum Championship Finals, Neighbor Confrontation, Paulie Herman At The Diner, Saturday Night Live Action Figures, What's It All About, and National Handgun Association Cheap Trick performs: Baby Loves To Rock and ""Can't Stop It But I'm Gonna Try"" Stanley Clarke Trio performs: Wild Dog

8: Robert Hays/14 Karat Soul, Joe 'King' Carrasco & The Crowns - Aired: 1981-01-24

Sketches include ""America Not Held Hostage Anymore,"" ""Dazola,"" ""Love American Style,"" ""Disco Meltdown,"" ""Reaganco,"" ""Sports Central,"" ""Ballpark Organist at a Funeral,"" and ""Eddie Gets Promoted."" Joe Carrasco performs ""Don't Bug Me Baby.""

9: Sally Kellerman/Jimmy Cliff - Aired: 1981-02-07

No overview available.

10: Deborah Harry/Funky 4 + 1 More - Aired: 1981-02-14

Sketches include "Is Frank Sinatra a Hoodlum?", "Don't Look In The Refrigerator", "Where's Cooder?", "Paulie in the Card Shop", "Sweethearts" (film), "Newsbreak", and "The Waxmans in SoHo". Deborah Harry performs "Come Back Jonee" and "Love T.K.O.". Funky 4 + 1 More performs ""That's The Joint".

11: Charlene Tilton/Todd Rundgren, Prince - Aired: 1981-02-21

Sketches include ""Rocko vs. Weindulah,"" ""I'll Get Charlie Rocket If It's The Last Thing I Do,"" ""Mister Robinson's Neighborhood,"" ""The Pork Queen,"" Charles Rocket and Charlene Tilton ride ""The Subway,"" ""A Fiddler Be On The Roof,"" ""Weekend Update,"" ""Nancy Reagan's Diary,"" ""The Competition,"" ""Speaking Out,"" ""Women Behind Bars,"" ""Submissive Sugar Daddies,"" ""Mary Louise's Birthday"" (musical number), ""After Midnight,"" and ""Who Shot C.R.?"" Todd Rundgren performed ""Healer"" and ""Time Heals""; Prince performed ""Party Up.""

12: Bill Murray/Delbert McClinton - Aired: 1981-03-07

Sketches include ""It Just Doesn't Matter,"" ""Script In Development,"" ""Altered Walter,"" ""Nick On The Mississippi,"" and ""No Sex With Mary."" McClinton performs ""Shotgun Rider.""

13: Chevy Chase/Jr. Walker and the All Stars - Aired: 1981-04-11

Live from New York, it's…Chevy Chase! Sketches include ""Mr. Bill and Chevy,"" ""I Married a Monkey,"" ""Jello,"" ""Same,"" and ""SNL is Improving."" The All-Stars perform How Sweet It Is.

Season 7 (20 Episodes)

1: (no host)/Rod Stewart - Aired: 1981-10-03

Sketches include ""Our Age is Showing,"" ""The Little Richard Simmons Show,"" ""The Clams"" (film), ""Nuns on the Beach,"" ""A Few Minutes With Andy Rooney,"" ""Prose and Cons"" (film), ""The Khaddaffi Look,"" ""Ruth Deals With Rod,"" ""Andy Warhol,"" Juggling with Michael Davis, and ""Season of Glass"" (film).

2: Susan Saint James/The Kinks - Aired: 1981-10-10

Sketches include ""McDonald & Wife,"" ""The Bizarro World,"" ""Buckwheat Sings,"" ""Skanky Fiancee,"" ""Cheap Laffs,"" and ""The Alan Alda Guide to Sensitivity."" The Kinks performed ""Destroyer"" and Christine Ebersole performed ""Single Bars and Single Women."" Also featured is an Anwar Sadat tribute film.

3: George Kennedy/Miles Davis - Aired: 1981-10-17

Sketches include ""To Tell the Truth Gone Awry,"" ""Mister Robinson's Neighborhood #2,"" ""Velvet Jones #1,"" and ""Harry Anderson's Grappler Tricks.""

4: Donald Pleasence/Fear - Aired: 1981-10-31

Sketches include ""Vomiting for Luck,"" ""Jogger Motel,"" ""Profiles in British Courage,"" ""Last Night I Killed My Husband"" (musical number), ""Sugar Breakfast"" and ""Andy Warhol's TV."" Fear performed ""I Don't Care About You"" and medley of ""Beef Bologna,"" ""New York's Alright If You Like Saxophones,"" and ""Let's Have A War.""

5: Lauren Hutton/Rick James - Aired: 1981-11-07

No overview available.

6: Bernadette Peters/The Go-Go's, Billy Joel - Aired: 1981-11-14

No overview available.

7: Tim Curry/Meat Loaf - Aired: 1981-12-05

No overview available.

8: Bill Murray/The Spinners, Yale Whiffenpoofs - Aired: 1981-12-12

Sketches include ""The Phone Company,"" ""Tales of the Unlikely,"" ""Washed-Up Tom Snyder,"" ""MX-5 Tampons,"" and ""The Economics of Christmas."" The Spinners perform ""I'll Be Around.""

9: Robert Conrad/The Allman Brothers Band - Aired: 1982-01-23

No overview available.

10: John Madden/Jennifer Holliday - Aired: 1982-01-30

No overview available.

11: James Coburn/Lindsey Buckingham - Aired: 1982-02-06

No overview available.

12: Bruce Dern/Luther Vandross - Aired: 1982-02-20

No overview available.

13: Elizabeth Ashley/Hall and Oates - Aired: 1982-02-27

No overview available.

14: Robert Urich/Mink DeVille - Aired: 1982-03-20

Sketches include ""He's No Burt Reynolds,"" ""Paul Harvey Radio News,"" ""Golden Age Obedience School,"" and ""Koala Bear Embryo."" Mink De Ville performed ""Maybe Tomorrow.""

15: Blythe Danner/Rickie Lee Jones - Aired: 1982-03-27

Sketches include ""Lorne Greene,"" ""The New Celibacy,"" ""20/20,"" ""The Uncle Tom Show,"" ""Senior Spring Fling '82,"" ""Meet the People,"" and ""Help Out Blythe Danner."" Rickie Lee Jones performed ""Pirates"" and ""Lush Life.""

16: Daniel J. Travanti/John Cougar - Aired: 1982-04-10

Sketches include ""Save Larry the Lobster,"" ""Whiners' Anniversary,"" ""Hill Street Blues,"" ""Too Many Ethel Mermans,"" and ""Career Corner."" John Cougar Mellencamp performed ""Hurts So Good.""

17: Johnny Cash/Elton John - Aired: 1982-04-17

Elton John performs the John Lennon tribute ""Empty Garden."" Sketches include ""Velvet Jones"" and ""Shadows.""

18: Robert Culp/The Charlie Daniels Band - Aired: 1982-04-24

No overview available.

19: Danny DeVito/Sparks - Aired: 1982-05-15

Sketches include ""Louis DePalma's Revenge,"" ""The Executive Test,"" ""The Whiners on an Airplane,"" ""Solomon and Pudge,"" ""Enzo,"" and ""Looks at Books."" Sparks performs ""Mickey Mouse."" Also, Brian Doyle-Murray interviews recently humbled actor-wrestler Andy Kaufman.

20: Olivia Newton-John - Aired: 1982-05-22

Sketches include ""Ebony & Ivory,"" ""I Married a Monkey,"" Grease, ""Hitler In Heaven,"" and ""Ballpark Organ Favorites."" ONJ performs the hit ""Physical"" in lieu of the opening monologue.

Season 8 (20 Episodes)

1: Chevy Chase/Queen - Aired: 1982-09-25

Sketches are ""Chevy Live from Burbank,"" ""Tyrone Green Art Gallery,"" ""Joe Piscopo In Love,"" ""John Hinckley for President,"" ""Mystery Theatre,"" ""Popeil Galactic Prophylactic,"" ""Late Night with David Letterman,"" and ""PTC Club."" Queen performs ""Crazy Little Thing Called Love"" and ""Under Pressure.""

2: Louis Gossett Jr./George Thorogood and the Destroyers - Aired: 1982-10-02

Sketches include Mister Robinson's Neighborhood #4.

3: Ron Howard/The Clash - Aired: 1982-10-09

Sketches include "Opie's Back", "Whiners Want a Baby" and "Focus On Film". The Clash performs "Rock The Casbah".

4: Howard Hesseman/Men at Work - Aired: 1982-10-23

No overview available.

5: Michael Keaton/The New Joe Jackson Band - Aired: 1982-10-30

No overview available.

6: Robert Blake/Kenny Loggins - Aired: 1982-11-13

Sketches include ""The Merv Griffin Show,"" ""Shuttle Mission,"" ""PBS Promo,"" ""Talent Show,"" ""Little House on the Prairie,"" ""Masterful Theatre,"" ""Eddie Murphy,"" ""No More Andy Kaufman,"" ""DTV""

7: Drew Barrymore/Squeeze - Aired: 1982-11-20

Sketches include ""Dressing Room Opening,"" ""Gertie Kills E.T.,"" ""The Whiners,"" ""Mr. Blunt,"" ""Tim Kazurinsky Babysits Drew,"" ""My Friend Zeus,"" ""Robin Duke's Biological Clock""

8: The Smothers Brothers/Laura Branigan - Aired: 1982-12-04

No overview available.

9: Eddie Murphy/Lionel Richie - Aired: 1982-12-11

Sketches include ""A Message From Eddie,"" ""Merry Christmas, Dammit!,"" and ""April May June's Holiday Message.""

10: Lily Tomlin - Aired: 1983-01-22

Sketches include ""Lily Confronts Eddie,"" ""Geraldine,"" ""Irish-American Radio Hour,"" and ""Coffees of the World.""

11: Rick Moranis, Dave Thomas/The Bus Boys - Aired: 1983-01-29

No overview available.

12: Sid Caesar/Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes - Aired: 1983-02-05

No overview available.

13: Howard Hesseman/Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers - Aired: 1983-02-19

Sketches are ""Howard Works on his Monologue,"" ""Sleepy Boy 2000,"" ""Elvis Presley, Back and Black,"" ""The A-Team,"" and ""Dion and Margie's Dreams."" Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers perform ""Change of Heart"" and ""The Waiting.""

14: Beau Bridges, Jeff Bridges/Randy Newman - Aired: 1983-02-26

No overview available.

15: Bruce Dern/Leon Redbone - Aired: 1983-03-12

No overview available.

16: Robert Guillaume/Duran Duran - Aired: 1983-03-19

Tim Kazurinsky was attacked by the monkey during the dress rehearsal of ""I Married A Monkey."" Tim was able to escape, but the monkey (actually a male) ripped off the dress he was wearing and began pleasuring himself.

17: Joan Rivers/Musical Youth - Aired: 1983-04-09

No overview available.

18: Susan Saint James/Michael McDonald - Aired: 1983-04-16

No overview available.

19: Stevie Wonder - Aired: 1983-04-16

Sketches include ""VD,"" ""Kannon AE-1,"" ""Stevie Wonder Impersonator,"" ""Hitler: The Secret Diaries,"" ""The Story of Stevie Wonder,"" ""Stevie at Dion's Salon,"" ""Cotton Land,"" and ""The Hunchback Busboy."" Wonder performs the songs ""Fingertips,"" ""Overjoyed,"" and ""Go Home.""

20: Ed Koch/Dexys Midnight Runners - Aired: 1983-05-14

Sketches include ""What's the most disgusting thing you've seen in New York?"" ""Mr. Robinson's Neighborhood,"" ""Crowded Ledge,"" ""The Enquirer,"" ""Late Night with David Letterman,"" and ""Woman's Auxillery Meeting."" Dexy's Midnight Runners perform ""Come On, Eileen,"" while Kevin Rowland performs ""The Celtic Soul Brothers.""

Season 9 (19 Episodes)

1: Brandon Tartikoff/John Cougar - Aired: 1983-10-08

Sketches include ""In Brandon's Office,"" ""NBC Junket,"" ""Gumby's Rehearsal,"" ""Larry's Corner,"" and ""Whiner Show Ideas."" John Cougar Mellancamp performs ""Tumblin' Down"" and ""Pink Houses.""

2: Danny DeVito & Rhea Perlman/Eddy Grant - Aired: 1983-10-15

Sketches are ""Calvin Klein Cream Pies,"" ""Mister Robinson's Neighborhood,"" ""Crazy Edelman,"" ""Book Beat,"" ""What Would Frank Do?"" ""Amos n' Andy,"" and ""Spanish Class."" Eddy Grant performs ""I Don't Wanna Dance,"" ""Electric Avenue,"" and ""Living on the Front Line.""

3: John Candy/Men at Work - Aired: 1983-10-22

Sketches include ""Jim and Mr. Mambo,"" ""Doc Edmund,"" ""Village of the Damned Little Rascals,"" ""Eddie Murphy in the Suburbs,"" ""Dr. Tongue's Offer,"" ""Candace's Fantasy Shack,"" and ""Prison for the Winter."" Men at Work perform ""Dr. Heckyl and Mr. Jive.""

4: Betty Thomas/Stray Cats - Aired: 1983-11-05

No overview available.

5: Teri Garr/Mick Fleetwood's Zoo - Aired: 1983-11-12

Sketches include ""Cheerleader Practice,"" ""Mister Robinson's Neighborhood,"" ""History: The Real Story,"" ""School Assembly,"" and ""Caffiene Achievers."" The Zoo (featuring Lindsey Buckingham) performs ""Tonight.""

6: Jerry Lewis/Loverboy - Aired: 1983-11-19

No overview available.

7: The Smothers Brothers/Big Country - Aired: 1983-12-03

No overview available.

8: Flip Wilson/Stevie Nicks - Aired: 1983-12-10

No overview available.

9: Father Guido Sarducci/Huey Lewis and the News - Aired: 1984-01-14

Sketches are ""National Phone-In Democratic Primary,"" ""Tasteless Choice,"" ""The Ghost of Buckwheat,"" ""Countdown '84: The Candidates,"" ""Nice Boys Don't Get Girls Pregnant,"" and ""Phone-In Results."" The News perform ""Heart & Soul"" and ""I Want a New Drug.""

10: Michael Palin, Mary Palin/The Motels - Aired: 1984-01-21

Sketches include ""Donahue,"" ""Mr. Robinson's Neighborhood,"" and ""Powerful Living Snaps."" The Motels perform ""Suddenly Last Summer.""

11: Don Rickles/Billy Idol - Aired: 1984-01-28

Live From New York, it's... Joe Piscopo! Sketches include ""TV President,"" ""Kannon AE-1,"" ""I Married A Monkey,"" ""The Hamlisch Maneuver,"" ""Fascinating People And Their Friends,"" ""Witness Protection,"" ""Romeo and Juilet,"" ""El Dorko and Becky,"" and ""This Is Your Afterlife."" Billy Idol performed ""White Wedding"" and ""Rebel Yell.""

12: Robin Williams/Adam Ant - Aired: 1984-02-11

Sketches include ""Olympic Coverage,"" ""Rock & Roll ...and then some,"" ""Gandhi & The Bandit,"" ""Firing Line,"" and ""MTV News."" Adam Ant performs ""Strip.""

13: Jamie Lee Curtis/The Fixx - Aired: 1984-02-18

Sketches include ""Rappin' Jimmy B.,"" ""Semi-Competant Video Store Clerk,"" ""The Julia Show,"" ""Jimmy and Jamie Lee Rehearse,"" ""People Transit,"" and ""Texxon."" The Fixx performs ""One Thing Leads to Another.""

14: Edwin Newman/Kool & the Gang - Aired: 1984-02-25

Sketches include ""SNL Hairdressers,"" ""Edwin Newman and James Brown,"" and ""Prose and Cons."" Kool & the Gang perform ""Celebrate.""

15: Billy Crystal/Al Jarreau - Aired: 1984-03-17

Sketches include ""St. Patrick's Day Party,"" ""Hung Like Me,"" ""Unexplained Questions of the Universe."" ""Family in the Attic,"" ""Bad Career Moves,"" ""Ronald Reagen and Sammy Davis, Jr.,"" ""God's Place,"" ""The Womb,"" and ""SNL's First Episode."" Al Jarreau sang ""Mornin'"" and ""Trouble In Paradise.""

16: Michael Douglas/Deniece Williams - Aired: 1984-04-07

Sketches include ""Lost Script,"" ""MTV News,"" ""Four Minutes to Live"" (film), ""TV's Foul-Ups, Bleeps, Blunders, Bloopers, Practical Jokes, And Political Debates,"" ""Sugar or Plain"" (film), and ""Footless."" Deniece Williams performs ""Let's Hear It for the Boy.""

17: George McGovern/Madness - Aired: 1984-04-14

Sketches include ""60 Minutes,"" ""Menage a Trois,"" ""Book Talk,"" and ""My Brother, The Loser.""

18: Barry Bostwick/Spinal Tap - Aired: 1984-05-05

Sketches are ""Simulated Cat Fight,"" ""Foldgers Crystals,"" ""Lie Detector Test,"" ""Spinal Tap Interview,"" ""Guest Performance: A. Whitney Brown,"" ""2 on the Town,"" and ""Texxon."" Spinal Tap perform ""Christmas with the Devil"" and ""Big Bottom.""

19: Billy Crystal, Ed Koch, Edwin Newman, Father Guido Sarducci, Betty Thomas/The Cars - Aired: 1984-05-12

Sketches include ""Frank & Sammy,"" ""Sarducci & Nelson,"" ""Nose Guard,"" ""Hello, Trudy!,"" ""Needleman the Dentist,"" and ""Stooges Self-Defense."" The Cars perform ""Drive.""

Season 10 (17 Episodes)

1: (no host)/Thompson Twins - Aired: 1984-10-06

Sketches include ""Lifestyles of Relatives of the Rich and Famous,"" ""Wheel of Fortune Interview,"" ""Grandpa Howard,"" ""Syncronized Swimming,"" ""First Draft Theater,"" ""Rich Hall's Election Report,"" and ""Olympics 1984."" Thompson Twins perform their hit ""Hold Me Now.""

2: Bob Uecker/Peter Wolf - Aired: 1984-10-13

Live from New York, "it's a baby boy, Mr. Williams!" it's... Martin Short! Sketches include "Password," "Snap, Crackle & Pop," "An American Portrait," "Little League Trade," "Tom Brokaw," "Mamie Eisenhower Center For The Dull," "7 x 4," "Negro Leaguers" (film), "Lost and Found Department," "Tippi Turtle" (cartoon), "SNL Mailbag," "Baseball Juice," and "Color Commentary." Peter Wolf performed "Lights Out" and "I Need You Tonight.

3: Jesse Jackson/Andrae Crouch, Wintley Phipps - Aired: 1984-10-20

Rev. Jackson has his monologue sabotaged, meets Ed Grimley, sings two pop songs and hosts the parody game The Question is Moot!

4: Michael McKean/Chaka Khan, The Folksmen - Aired: 1984-11-03

Sketches include ""Gerry and the Mon-dells,"" ""Fernando's Hideaway,"" ""The Folksmen Reunion,"" ""First Draft Theater,"" ""Buddy Young Jr. Is Back,"" and ""Mondale's Strategy.""

5: George Carlin/Frankie Goes to Hollywood - Aired: 1984-11-10

Sketches were: ""Gary Kroeger's Last Mondale Impression,"" ""Profiles in Sports,"" ""Willie and Frankie as Night Watchmen,"" ""Rich Hall's Election Report,"" ""The Joe Franklin Show,"" ""Ye Olde Comedy Shoppe,"" ""The Ghostbusters Show,"" ""Strategic Airborne Contraceptive,"" ""In Thickeness and In Health,"" ""International Health News,"" and ""Relunctant Cop."" Frankie Goes to Hollywood performs ""Two Tribes"" and ""Born to Run.""

6: Ed Asner/The Kinks - Aired: 1984-11-17

Sketches include ""Lou Grant's Rescue Mission,"" ""Wing Tips,"" ""60 Minutes,"" and ""Nuclear Plant Retiree."" The Kinks perform ""Do It Again.""

7: Ed Begley, Jr./Billy Squier - Aired: 1984-12-01

Sketches included "Kate & Ali," "Strategic Airborne Contraceptive," "Book Beat," "Time Traveler," "Grim Reaper Trivial Pursuit," "Refridgerator Magnets" (film), "Let's Watch TV," "Chayefsky," "Meshugana," "Eyeball to Eyeball," and "Elevator Stool." Billy Squier performes "Rock Me Tonight" and "All Night Long."

8: Ringo Starr/Herbie Hancock - Aired: 1984-12-08

Sketches include ""Beatles Auction,"" ""Fernando's Hideaway,"" and ""Ed Grimley Meets Ringo.""

9: Eddie Murphy/The Honeydrippers - Aired: 1984-12-15

Sketches include ""Buckwheat Lives!"" ""White Like Me"" (film), ""Milestones,"" and ""Newsmakers."" Robert Plant and the Honeydrippers perform ""Santa Claus is Back in Town.""

10: Kathleen Turner/John Waite - Aired: 1985-01-12

Sketches include ""Donahue Green Room,"" ""Hypnotic Fireplace,"" ""The Joe Franklin Show,"" ""Boxing Stories,"" and ""Mr. Blackwell.""

11: Roy Scheider/Billy Ocean - Aired: 1985-01-19

Sketches include "Reagan's Inaguration," "Ricky & Phil," "Super Bowl XIX Tickets Sale," a performance by Steven Wright, "Foldgers Crystals," "In Praise of Women," "Penny Lane," "Good Cop, Bad Cop," and "Mental Hospital." Billy Ocean performs "Carribean Queen" and "Loverboy."

12: Alex Karras/Tina Turner - Aired: 1985-02-02

Live from New York, its... Billy Crystal! Sketches include "Prince and Hulk Hogan," "Ed Grimley's Sexy Neighbor," "Time Magazine" (rerun 2/26/83), "A Couple Of White Guys Rap," "Kelly Cola," "Power From Giving," "New York On Five Dollars a Day," "Walter Mondale in Minnesota," and "The Auctioneer." Tina Turner performs "What's Love Got To Do With It," "Better Be Good To Me," and "Private Dancer."

13: Harry Anderson/Bryan Adams - Aired: 1985-02-09

Sketches are ""Robert Latta in Congress,"" ""The Kate and Ali's Valentine's Day Special,"" ""American Profiles,"" ""Dueling Magi,"" ""While You Were Gone,"" ""Ricky and Phil's Discuss Movies,"" ""Salem Witch Trial,"" ""Hats,"" and ""Small Time Agency."" Bryan Adams performs ""Somebody"" and ""Run to You.""

14: Pamela Sue Martin/Power Station - Aired: 1985-02-16

Sketches include "Strategic Airborne Contraceptive" (rerun 11/10/84), "The Joe Franklin Show," "White Rappers," "Fernando at Radio City Music Hall," standup by Rich Hall, "Jim's Promise," "First Draft Theatre," "Linda & Joan: The Catfight Album," "Tom, Dick & Horny", and "Bullet Cartoon." The Power Station performed "Some Like It Hot" and "Bang a Gong (Get It On)."

15: Mr. T & Hulk Hogan/The Commodores - Aired: 1985-03-30

Sketches include ""Willie and Frankie In The Crew,"" ""Ed Grimley In The Hospital,"" ""Run and Throw Like a Girl Olympics,"" ""Sports Beat,"" and ""Good Sex."" Greg Kihn performs ""Lucky.""

16: Christopher Reeve/Santana - Aired: 1985-04-06

Sketches include ""A.D.13,"" ""Superman Auditions,"" ""Jackie Rogers Junior's $100,000 Jackpot Wad,"" ""Escaping the Germans,"" and ""Aging Superman.""

17: Howard Cosell/Greg Kihn - Aired: 1985-04-13

Sketches include ""Willie and Frankie In The Crew,"" ""Ed Grimley In The Hospital,"" ""Run and Throw Like a Girl Olympics,"" ""Sports Beat,"" and ""Good Sex."" Greg Kihn performs ""Lucky.""

Season 11 (18 Episodes)

1: Madonna/Simple Minds - Aired: 1985-11-09

Sketches include: ""SNL Drug Tests,"" ""A Message From The Almighty,"" ""National Inquirer Theatre,"" ""Pinklisting,"" ""Cabrini Green,"" and ""Nancy Reagan Meets Charles and Di."" Simple Minds performed ""Alive and Kicking.""

2: Chevy Chase/Sheila E. - Aired: 1985-11-16

Sketches include ""Smoky Hallway,"" ""Wacky Glue,"" ""Those Unlucky Andersons"", ""Ford and Reagan,"" ""The Pat Stevens Show,"" ""Pathological Liars Anonymous,"" ""Craig Sundburg-Idiot Savant,"" ""Trojans,"" ""The Blue, The Gray and The Yellow,"" ""Vlad the Impaler,"" ""Drums Drums Drums,"" and ""Jose Cuervo's Party School Bowl."" Sheila E. performed ""Hollyrock"" and ""A Love Bizarre.""

3: Pee Wee Herman/Queen Ida & The Bon Temps Zydeco Band - Aired: 1985-11-23

Sketches include ""Twin Towers Tightrope,"" ""Pee Wee Herman's Thanksgiving Special"", ""Marital Problems,"" ""Pee Wee's School Romance,"" ""Find the Mouse in the Coke,"" and ""Hal Fisher's Money Magnet Method.""

4: John Lithgow/Mr. Mister - Aired: 1985-12-07

Sketches include--- Halley's Comet, Cliche Father, Master Thespian, Nancy Reagan sings ""That Old Black Magic"", The Ad Council, Rajneesh's Rolls-Royces, The Limits Of The Imagination.

5: Tom Hanks/Sade - Aired: 1985-12-14

Sketches include "Entertainment Tonight", "Trojans", "Tommy and His Mother", "Comedians" and "Steve's Fantasy".

6: Teri Garr/Dream Academy, The Cult - Aired: 1985-12-21

Sketches include ""The Wrapper Rapper,"" ""Critic,"" ""The Price of Eggs,"" ""Hildy,"" ""A Roy Orbison Christmas,"" ""The Big Tree,"" and ""Time Traveling Trivial Pursuit."" The Dream Academy performed their one and only hit, ""Life In A Northern Town.""

7: Harry Dean Stanton/The Replacements - Aired: 1986-01-18

Live from New York, it's... Dennis Miller! Sketches include "Herb's Press Conference," "Gulf Coast Furniture Warehouse," "Cleveland Vice," "Death Of A Gunfighter," "What You Said During Labor," "That Black Girl," "Big Ball Of Sports" (film), "The Friendly Drunk," "Jack's Discount Emporium," and "Say No To The Army." The Replacements performed "Bastards of the Young" and "Kiss Me on the Bus."

8: Dudley Moore/Al Green - Aired: 1986-01-25

Sketches include ""Monks and Football,"" ""The Pat Stevens Show,"" ""Master Thespian"", ""The Limits of the Imagination"", ""Name That Tune,"" and ""Die Foriegner Die!"" Al Green performs ""Going Away.""

9: Ron Reagan/The Nelsons - Aired: 1986-02-08

Live From New York, it's...Ronald Reagon, Jr. Sketches include: White House Risky Business, You're Going To Hell: A Message From The Almighty (repeat from the Madonna/Simple Minds episode), The Pat Stevens Show, Dalkon Shield Trout Lure, Back To The Future, Penn And Teller Guest Performance, Limits of the Imagination, Shakespeare In The Slums With Flotilda Williams, and The Woody Allen Fan The Nelsons performs: Walk Away and Do You Know What I Mean

10: Jerry Hall/Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - Aired: 1986-02-15

Live from New York, it's... Mick Jagger! Sketches include "Tommy Flanagan," "The Limits Of The Imagination," and "Models Against The Wilderness," "Master Thespian," "The Line of Death," "Sam Kinison Stand-Up," "The Pat Stevens Show," and "Dad's Sore Big Toe." Stevie Ray & Jimmie Vaughn perform "Say What" and "Change It."

11: Jay Leno/The Neville Brothers - Aired: 1986-02-22

Sketches include ""Backstage,"" ""Star Search,"" ""Dinner with Mike,"" ""Biff & Selena,"" and ""Jay's Evil Twin.""

12: Griffin Dunne/Rosanne Cash - Aired: 1986-03-15

""Tommy Flanagan's Pathological Liars Anonymous"", ""Griffin Dunne's One-Handed Drum Solo from Wipeout"", ""Ferdinand Marcos Malacanang Palace Liquidation Sale"", ""You bet your finger"", ""Weekend Update with Dennis Miller"", ""Two Jones' Cable Installers"", ""Penn & Teller"".

13: George Wendt/Philip Glass - Aired: 1986-03-22

Sketches include ""The Honeymooners: Lost Episodes,"" ""Camera Control,"" ""Two Directors,"" ""That Black Girl,"" and ""Vietnam Sketch."" Philip Glass performs ""Rubric.""

14: Oprah Winfrey/Joe Jackson - Aired: 1986-04-12

Sketches include ""Beat Her!,"" ""John Mellencamp,"" ""The Pat Stevens Show,"" ""Craig Sundberg, Idiot Savant,"" and ""One-Shoe Emma."" Joe Jackson performed ""Right or Wrong.""

15: Tony Danza/Laurie Anderson - Aired: 1986-04-19

Live from New York, it's... Randy Quaid, Robert Downey Jr., and Anthony Michael Hall! Sketches include "Vietnam Horror Story," "Nancy Reagan's Workout," "Lyndon LaRouche Theatre," "The 30-Second Count," a guest performance by Penn & Teller, "Big Time Professional Golf," "My Unconditional Love," "Master Thespian," and "The Further Adventures Of Biff And Salena." Laurie Anderson performed "Baby Doll" and "Day The Devil."

16: Catherine Oxenberg & Paul Simon/Ladysmith Black Mambazo - Aired: 1986-05-10

Live from New York, it's... Paul Simon! Sketches include "Geraldo Rivera Opens The Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier," "Wall Shackles Prison," "The Late Show with Joan Rivers," "The Limits Of The Imagination," "Dirk Landers, CIA Operative," a guest performance by Penn & Teller, "Producer Tommy Flanagan," "Brim Decaffeinated," "A Mother's Day Message," and "Trojans." Paul Simon performed "You Can Call Me Al," "Homeless" with Ladysmith Black Mambazo, and "Graceland."

17: Jimmy Breslin & Marvin Hagler/Level 42, E.G. Daily - Aired: 1986-05-17

Sketches are ""Mike 'The Menace' Hall,"" ""Kill Kaddafi?"" ""Tornadoville,"" ""Marvin's Knockout Tips,"" ""Lone Wolf McCord,"" ""The Pat Stevens,"" ""Cabrini Green's Assembly,"" ""Jody Hagler,"" ""Midday with Jennifer Hicks: Bond's Supervillains"", ""Weekend Update with Dennis Miller"", ""Sam Kinison's standup act"". Level 42 performs ""Something About You"" and EG Daily performs ""Say It, Say It"" with Jon Lovitz.

18: Anjelica Huston & Billy Martin/George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic - Aired: 1986-05-24

Live from New York, it's...Randy Quaid Sketches include: Hands Across America, Moments of Doubt, Glamorous Drinking, National Council of Liquor and Spirits, Actors on Film, Hallmark Cards, Lesbian Pick-Ups, Bocce Ball My Way, Tempting Billy, The People's Second Choice Award, Book Minute, LaBelles At The Movies, My Friend, and Backstage SNL: Lorne Kills The Cast (except for Jon Lovitz, Nora Dunn, and Dennis Miller) George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic perform: ""Let's Take It To The Stage"" and ""Do Fries Go With That Shake""

Season 12 (20 Episodes)

1: Sigourney Weaver/Buster Poindexter - Aired: 1986-10-11

Live From New York, it's...Madonna Sketches Include: A Message From Madonna, ""General Dynamics,"" ""Tommy Flanagan,"" ""Quiz Masters,"" ""The Amazing Alexander,"" ""Church Chat,"" ""Bows and Smith Advertising,"" ""Alienses,"" ""Ten Weeks In Jail,"" ""Baby It's Cold Outside"" (musical number), ""Derek Stevens Auditions,"" and ""The Brecht Opera."" Buster Poindexter performed ""Smack Dab in the Middle"" and ""Fool For You.""

2: Malcolm-Jamal Warner/Run DMC - Aired: 1986-10-18

Sketches include "Bartles & Jaymes," "Xynex," "Donahue," "The Crosby Show," "Instant Coffee," "Parent-Teen Drunk Driving Contract," Sam Kinison performs stand-up, "Chalk Factory," and "Johnny's Finished." Run DMC performs "Walk This Way" and "Hit It, Run"; Buster Poindexter performs "Hit The Road Jack."

3: Rosanna Arquette/Ric Ocasek - Aired: 1986-11-08

Sketches include "Pretending To Be Lorne," "The People's Court," "Church Chat," "Helmsley Spook House," "Pork" (two part), "Eddie & The Two Sammies," "Dog Baseball," (film), "Make Joan Baez Laugh," "Miss Connie's Fable Nook," "I Saw God," "Coffee and Cigarettes" (film), and "Pango" (film). Ric Ocasek performed "Emotion In Motion" and "Keep On Laughin'."

4: Sam Kinison/Lou Reed - Aired: 1986-11-15

Sketches include: Church Lady protest Sam Kinison hosting SNL, Obnoxious School Teacher, Superman--Krypton dosent explode, ""Love Connection"", Chick Hazard, ""Adobe Car Commercial: Made out of clay"", ""New York, 1943 (B/W)"", ""Ching Chang's Pet Chicken Shop"", ""Lord Sketch-Me-or-You-Die"".

5: Robin Williams/Paul Simon - Aired: 1986-11-22

Sketches include ""Reagen's Earpiece,"" ""Hamlet,"" ""Sweeney Sisters Retirement Home,"" ""Adieu,"" ""Robin Williams' Standup Act"", and ""Paul Simon remembers everyone but Garfunkel"". Paul Simon performs ""Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes"" and ""The Late Great Johnny Grace.""

6: Chevy Chase, Steve Martin, & Martin Short/Randy Newman - Aired: 1986-12-06

Sketches include ""Stumblebums,"" ""I'm Me! (And You're Not...)"" (musical number), ""Ronald Reagan,"" ""Under the Couch Cushion,"" ""The Eggshell Family,"" ""The Pat Stevens Show,"" ""Halsey & Roarke British Customs,"" ""Ed Meets the Devil,"" ""Church Lady,"" ""Steve Martin's Holiday Wishes,"" and ""The Amazing Alexander, The World's Greatest Hypnotist"". Randy Newman performed ""Longest Night"" and ""Roll With The Punches.""

7: Steve Guttenberg/The Pretenders - Aired: 1986-12-13

Live from New York, it's... Jon Lovitz! Sketches include "Iranian National Assembly," "McSooshi," "Derek Stevens' Marketing Expert," "Seducing a Blind Man," "Sideshow Of The Stars," "Movie Talk," a performance by Penn & Teller, "The Back Page," "Ditzy Actress," "Bob Roberts" (film), and "Al-Anon." The Pretenders perform and "How Much Did You Pay For Your Soul?" and "Don't Get Me Wrong." Buster Poindexter performs "Rockin' Good Soul."

8: William Shatner/Lone Justice - Aired: 1986-12-20

Live from New York, it's... William Shatner! Sketches include "The Mute Marine," "Star Trek Seafood," "Star Trek Convention," "TJ Hooker," "Sweeney Sisters Christmas," "It's A Wonderful Life: The Lost Ending" "Frankie Toussaint" (film), and "Look at That!" Lone Justice performed "Shelter" and "I Found Love." Buster Poindexter performed "Zat You, Santa?"

9: Walter Payton, Joe Montana/Debbie Harry - Aired: 1987-01-24

Sketches include: ""NFL Video Countdown,"" ""Leslie and Stu,"" ""Pathological Liar,"" ""Church Chat,"" ""The NFL Today,"" ""Michael Jackson Workout,"" ""Chick Hazard: Private Investigator,"" ""Adobe Car Commercial: It's Made out of Clay"", ""A man and his dumb kidnapper"", ""Weekend Update with Dennis Miller"", ""Super Bowl Gambling Memories"", ""The Most Honest Guy in the World"". Debbie Harry performs "French Kissin'" and "In Love With Love".

10: Paul Shaffer/Bruce Hornsby & the Range - Aired: 1987-01-31

Sketches include ""Paul's Dressing Room,"" ""What's My Addiction?"" ""The Grenada Experience,"" ""The Pat Stevens Show,"" and ""Sweeney Sisters' Far East Medley."" The Range perform ""That's Just the Way It Is,"" and Paul Shaffer sings ""It Was a Very Good Year.""

11: Bronson Pinchot/Paul Young - Aired: 1987-02-14

Live from New York, it's... Phil Hartman! Sketches include "Liberace In Heaven," "Nightline," "Sports Ilustrated Swimsuit Issue," "The Life Of Golda Meir," "Hardware Store Gigolo," and "Miss Connie's Fable Nook." Paul Young performs "War Games" and "The Long Run." Buster Poindexter performs "Heart of Gold."

12: Willie Nelson - Aired: 1987-02-21

""Afterlife Styles of the Rich and Famous"", ""The Mob Snitch who Wears A Wire and Loses Deal"", ""Party Girl: Great Moments in the History of White Trash"", ""Church Chat"", ""Welfare Cheat: Great Moments in the History of White Trash"", ""Pathological Liar Tommy Flanagan Meets Willie Nelson"", ""Victoria Jackson w/Willie Nelson: The Boyfriend Song"", ""Heartache Love in a Truck Stop Cafe"", ""First Cousins: Great Moments in the History of White Trash"".

13: Valerie Bertinelli/The Robert Cray Band - Aired: 1987-02-28

Live from New York, it's... Phil Hartman! Sketches include "Reagan-Regan Affair," "McSooshi," "Hard News Cafe," "Discover," "Dinner At The Van Halen's," "Ching Chang In Love," "Washington Center Professionals," "Let's Go To The Movies," "On Broadway," and "Opera Singer Doctor." Eddie Van Halen performed "Stompin' 8H." Robert Cray Band performed "Smoking Gun" and "Right Next Door."

14: Bill Murray/Percy Sledge - Aired: 1987-03-21

Live from New York, it's...Bill Murray Sketches include: Backstage SNL: The 110-Show Contract, The New York Telephone, Bad One-Night Stand, Donahue, Nick The Lounge Singer In Prison, Girls-Only Doctor, Il Returno De Hercules, Tough Parents, and Honker Cab Driver Percy Sledge performs: ""When A Man Loves A Woman"" The NBC rerun has three changes to it: The ""Nick The Lounge Singer In Prison"" sketch has the word ""bitch"" muted out, The ""Donahue"" sketch replaces Nora Dunn's mention of Joe Piscopo with a mention of Gallagher, and Phil Hartman's clumsy introductory narration in the ""Il Returno De Hercules"" is dubbed over with a flawless narration by Al Franken.

15: Charlton Heston/Wynton Marsalis - Aired: 1987-03-28

Live from New York, it's... Charlton Heston! Sketches include "God's Money," "The New Paper Chase," "Church Chat," "Sweeney Sisters," "Slave Drivers," and "A Message About UNLV." Wynton Marsalis performs "J Mood" and "One Mustaad."

16: John Lithgow/Anita Baker - Aired: 1987-04-11

Live from New York, it's... John Lithgow! Sketches include "Embassy Spies," "Laramie Vice," "The Pat Stevens Show," "World's Meanest Methodist Minister," "Master Thespian," "Discover," "Cab Ride," and "The Fighter." Anita Baker performs "Sweet Love" and "Same Ole Love."

17: John Larroquette/Timbuk 3 - Aired: 1987-04-18

Live from New York, it's... Dana Carvey! Sketches include "Pagan Easter Special," "Sold-Out Gold," "Collecting Evidence," "Heaven Has The Answers," "Instant Coffee," "ICM Meeting," and "Grab Bag Store." Timbuk 3 performs "Just Another Movie" and "Hairstyles & Attitudes."

18: Mark Harmon/Suzanne Vega - Aired: 1987-05-09

""The New Charlie's Angels"", ""People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive 1986"", ""Grown-up Babies in Modern America"", ""Very Smart Theater presents Attila the Hun: The Early Years"", ""The Myowling Bible Commercial"", ""Einstein Express Commercial: When it has to be there the day before yerterday"", ""A Salmon's Reproductive Tale"", ""Ad Council: Wasting your time in various ways for no good reason"".

19: Garry Shandling/Los Lobos - Aired: 1987-05-16

Sketches include ""Iran-Contra Hearings,"" ""Returning a Sweater,"" ""The Puppy,"" ""Stu's Support Group,"" ""Babette's Teeny Cafe,"" ""Trans-Ozark Airlines,"" ""Hollywood Mom"" (film), and ""The Happy Couple."" Los Lobos performs ""Is That All There Is"" and ""One Time, One Night.""

20: Dennis Hopper/Roy Orbison - Aired: 1987-05-23

Sketches include ""Easy Rider,"" ""Church Chat,"" ""What's That Smell?,"" ""This Week with David Brinkley,"" ""Problem Drinkers from Outer Space,"" ""Cannibalism Interview,"" ""Last Chance,"" and ""Sweeney Sisters Farewell."" Roy Orbison performs ""Crying,"" ""Oh, Pretty Woman,"" and ""In Dreams.""

Season 13 (13 Episodes)

1: Steve Martin/Sting - Aired: 1987-10-17

Sketches include ""Ronald Reagan and George Bush,"" ""Gary Hart Ad,"" ""Common Knowledge,"" ""NFL Today,"" ""Slide Whistle Sound Effects,"" ""Bullets Aren't Cheap,"" ""Permission to Speak Freely,"" ""Adventures in the Lost Realm,"" and ""Pumping Up With Hans and Franz"".

2: Sean Penn/L.L. Cool J., Michael Penn & the Pull - Aired: 1987-10-24

Live from New York, it's... Sean Penn! Sketches include "Fatal Attraction 2," "Wall Street Week," "Church Chat," "Pitman & Bullock," "The Teeny Cafe," "Keister Family Talk," "Discover," "The Spimozo Brothers," and "Cat Dentist" (film). LL Cool J performs "Go Cut Creator Go." Michael Penn and The Pull performs "This & That."

3: Dabney Coleman/The Cars - Aired: 1987-10-31

Live from New York, it's... Dana Carvey! Sketches include "Lifestyles of the Rich, Famous, and Scary," "Nature's Broom," "The Winning Spirit," "Don't Go Down To The Basement," "Scary Campfire Stories," "Marriage Counselor," "Count Dracula, Self-Taught Auto Mechanic," "The Pat Stevens Show," "New High School Mascot," and "Lambert & Fitch Securites." The Cars performs "Strap Me In" and "Double Trouble."

4: Robert Mitchum/Simply Red - Aired: 1987-11-14

No overview available.

5: Candice Bergen/Cher - Aired: 1987-11-21

Sketches include ""George Bush,"" ""Pumping Up with Hans & Franz,"" ""Anne Boleyn,"" ""The First Thanksgiving,"" and ""Having Sex by an Open Window."" ""PITMAN and BULLOCK: Put the Power of the PIT BULL to Work for You"".

6: Danny DeVito/Bryan Ferry - Aired: 1987-12-05

ive from New York, it's... Danny Devito! Sketches include: "Gorbachev-Reagan," "Siskel & Ebert," "Church Chat," "Eddie Spimozo's Jungle Room," "White Trash Appraiser," "Ann Landers' Playhouse," and "Reminiscing with Doorman." Bryan Ferry performs "The Right Stuff" and "Kiss and Tell."

7: Angie Dickinson/Buster Poindexter & David Gilmour - Aired: 1987-12-12

Live From New York, it's...Kevin Nealon Sketches include: Amateur Translator, Docu-Fresh, Who Can Land The Plane?, Donahue, Wedgie Fever, Traumatic Memories Party, Police Women, The Assimilated Jew's Hannukah, and Drunk Man Buster Poindexter performs: ""Hot, Hot, Hot"" David Gilmour performs: ""Ah, Robertson, It's You""

8: Paul Simon/Linda Ronstadt & the Mariachi Vargas - Aired: 1987-12-19

Live From New York, it's...Jan Hooks Sketches include: Jesus's Surprise Party, Gary Hart Ad, Pumping Up With Hans and Franz, Christmas on a Desert Island, Master Thespian, The Sweeney Sisters, Subway Beggar, Succinctly Speaking, Seasons Greetings From Tonto, Frankenstein, and Tarzan, Educated Anita, and A Message To Future Viewers Linda Ronstadt and the Mariachi Vargas perform: ""Los Laureles, La Cigarra"" and ""Under African Skies""

9: Robin Williams/James Taylor - Aired: 1988-01-23

Sketches include ""Pumping Up with Hans and Franz,"" ""Compulsion,"" ""Birthing Video,"" ""Cable ACE Awards,"" ""Hard to Say I Love You,"" ""Discover,"" and ""Robin's 60th Birthday.""

10: Carl Weathers/Robbie Robertson - Aired: 1988-01-30

Sketches include ""Bush-Whacked,"" ""The NFL Today,"" ""Handi-Off,"" ""Democratic Debate '88,"" ""Helen and Cheri,"" ""TV Actress,"" ""Master Thespian,"" and ""The Garden"" (film). Robbie Robertson performed ""Testimony"" and ""Somewhere Down the Crazy River.""

11: Justine Bateman/Terrance Trent D'Arby - Aired: 1988-02-13

""53rd. Debate of the 1988 Republican Presidential Candidates"", ""Learning to Feel with Denise Venetti, Ph.D."", ""Family Ties: If These Old Walls Could Talk (Flashback-Flashback Episode)"", ""Blocked songwriter Derek Stevens loses his Muse"", ""An older man, the bimbo girlfriend Linda and his Judgemental Friends"".

12: Tom Hanks/Randy Travis - Aired: 1988-02-20

""A male figure skater's flawed perfomance in tight pants"", ""The Pat Stevens Show with Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Dole"", ""The Bean Cafe: We only serve beans"", ""On 49th and First: Two sad guys want to score with the ladies"", ""This is a stick up!, yelled the Psychotic Vietnam Vet with great acting skills"", ""Can't come up with an ending for a bad sketch"", ""Casey Kasem sings The Beatles"", ""Compulsion by Calveen Kleen: The World's Most Indulgent Disinfectant"", ""A Pawnshop That Pays Full Sentimental Value"".

13: Judge Reinhold/10,000 Maniacs - Aired: 1988-02-27

Sketches include ""Pumping Up With Hans & Franz,"" ""Church Chat,"" ""Friendly Dictator,"" and ""Big Bird Pirates.""

Season 14 (20 Episodes)

1: Tom Hanks/Keith Richards - Aired: 1988-10-08

Sketches include ""Pumping Up With Hans and Franz,"" ""ABC Presents Debate '88,"" ""Mr. Short Term Memory,"" ""Jew, Not a Jew,"" and ""The Pat Stevens Show."" ""First Citiwide Change Bank: Our business is making change"", ""Tom Hanks Bullying Kids: Never-Before-Seen Outtakes from the movie BIG"", ""Class of 1978 Ten Year Reunion: Two Sad Losers Want To Score With The Ladies"".

2: Matthew Broderick/The Sugarcubes - Aired: 1988-10-15

No overview available.

3: John Larroquette/Randy Newman & Mark Knopfler - Aired: 1988-10-22

No overview available.

4: Matthew Modine/Edie Brickell and the New Bohemians - Aired: 1988-11-05

Sketches include ""Nicknames,"" ""The Republican Party,"" ""The Liberal,"" ""Dukakis After Dark,"" and ""Church Chat."" The New Bohemians perform ""Little Miss S.""

5: Demi Moore/Johnny Clegg & Savuka - Aired: 1988-11-12

Sketches include ""Bush's Final Negative Campaign Ad"", ""Beauty and the Beast: The Double Date"", ""In a Camping Site at Night with Hans and Franz"", ""One Man's Demons"", and ""Neuburg's Bleu Cheese Cooler"".

6: John Lithgow/Tracy Chapman - Aired: 1988-11-19

No overview available.

7: Danny DeVito/The Bangles - Aired: 1988-12-03

No overview available.

8: Kevin Kline/Bobby McFerrin - Aired: 1988-12-10

No overview available.

9: Melanie Griffith/Little Feat - Aired: 1988-12-17

No overview available.

10: John Malkovich/Anita Baker - Aired: 1989-01-21

No overview available.

11: Tony Danza/John Hiatt - Aired: 1989-01-28

Sketches include ""Ted Bundy Lives,"" ""Come Back to Carbon Paper,"" ""War of Da Woilds,"" ""Frankie's Proposal,"" and ""What Are You Looking At?""

12: Ted Danson/Luther Vandross - Aired: 1989-01-28

Sketches include ""Cheers,"" ""Iranian People's Court,"" ""Plug Away,"" ""Kevin's First Love,"" and ""The Long Goodbye.""

13: Leslie Nielsen/Cowboy Junkies - Aired: 1989-02-18

Sketches include ""The Pat Stevens Show,"" ""The 60's Movie,"" ""Subliminal Man and Friend,"" and ""Wayne's World.""

14: Glenn Close/Gipsy Kings - Aired: 1989-02-25

Sketches include ""Barnes & Noble Under Siege,"" ""Therapy Session,"" ""Pumping Up With Hans & Franz,"" ""The 49th Westminster Mad Dog Show,"" and ""Master Thespian."" The Gipsy Kings perform ""Bamboleo.""

15: Mary Tyler Moore/Elvis Costello - Aired: 1989-03-25

No overview available.

16: Mel Gibson/Living Color - Aired: 1989-04-01

Sketches include "Raymond the Bookie", "Tales of Ribaldry", "Mel Gibson, Dream Gynecologist", "Cooking with the Anal Retentive Chef", "Josh Acid" and "Tonto, Tarzan, & Frankenstein".

17: Dolly Parton - Aired: 1989-04-15

Sketches include ""Rock Cleaners,"" ""Celebrity Restaurant,"" ""Planet of the Enormous Hooters,"" ""Sprockets,"" ""The Stories of Dolly Parton's Mom,"" ""Broadway Story,"" and ""Lothar of the Hill People.""

18: Geena Davis/John Mellencamp - Aired: 1989-04-22

Sketches include ""George Bush,"" ""Bob Waltman Special,"" ""The Snow White Story,"" ""Attitudes,"" ""The Palmer Bunch,"" ""Suspended Animation,"" ""Game Show Models,"" and ""The Apocalypse"".

19: Wayne Gretzky/Fine Young Cannibals - Aired: 1989-05-13

Sketches include ""Carter in Panama,"" ""Fishing With the Anal-Retentive Sportsman,"" ""Wayne's World,"" ""This Week with David Brinkley,"" ""Stanley Cup Loss,"" ""Point Blank,"" and ""Waikiki Hockey"".

20: Steve Martin/Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Aired: 1989-05-20

Sketches include ""George Bush,"" ""Pumping Up With Hans and Franz,"" ""Tammy Wynette Sings the Classics,"" ""Toonces, The Cat Who Could Drive a Car,"" ""An Ode to the Woman I Love,"" ""Sprockets,"" ""Get to Know Jon Lovitz,"" ""Tonto, Tarzan, and Frankenstein,"" ""Big Red"".

Season 15 (20 Episodes)

1: Bruce Willis/Neil Young - Aired: 1989-09-30

Sketches include ""George Bush,"" ""thirtysomething Cereal,"" ""Wayne's World,"" ""Phil Donahue,"" ""Anal-Retentive Carpenter,"" ""Johnny O'Connor,"" ""Sprockets,"" and ""Bruce Willis' Bluesy Commercial Jingles""

2: Rick Moranis/Rickie Lee Jones - Aired: 1989-10-07

Sketches include ""Jackie Mason,"" ""The Big Bitch Bull Dyke Bust Out of '89,"" ""Honey, I Shrunk Hans and Franz,"" ""Merv Griffin's Money-Losing Hotel,"" ""Wild Horse,"" ""New Baseball Commissioner,"" ""Baby Talk,"" and ""Word Busters"".

3: Kathleen Turner/Billy Joel - Aired: 1989-10-21

Sketches include ""The Miracle Of Fatima '89,"" ""Plug Away,"" ""Die Squaren Ost Berliner,"" ""Donheiser,"" ""The Eggman,"" ""Lank Thompson,"" ""All About Deborah Norville,"" ""Average Blind Date,"" ""Last Maxwell House Ad""

4: James Woods/Don Henley - Aired: 1989-10-28

Sketches include ""The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson,"" ""Yard-a-pult,"" ""Dracula and AIDS,"" ""Primetime Live,"" ""Ventriloquist Act,"" ""Falling in Love,"" ""Three Dudes Holistic Automotive,"" ""Hemsley Spook House,"" and ""Tonto, Tarzan, and Frankenstein.""

5: Chris Evert/Eurythmics - Aired: 1989-11-11

Sketches include ""Wimbledon,"" ""Oneupmanship,"" and ""Lothar of the Hill People.""

6: Woody Harrelson/David Byrne - Aired: 1989-11-18

Sketches include ""Jack Nicholson,"" ""Pumping Up with Hans & Franz,"" ""A&E Attitudes,"" ""Sprockets,"" and ""Three Very Lonesome Cowboys.""

7: John Goodman/k.d. lang & The Reclines - Aired: 1989-12-02

Sketches include ""It's a Wonderful Savings and Loan,"" ""Wayne's World,"" ""Cooking with the Anal-Retentive Chef,"" ""Toonces The Cat Who Could Drive a Car,"" ""The Mike Ditka Type-A Christmas Special,"" and ""The Referee Pitman Show"".

8: Robert Wagner/Linda Ronstadt & Aaron Neville - Aired: 1989-12-09

Sketches include ""George Bush and Dan Quayle"", ""Yard-A-Pult,"" ""Messy Date"", ""Tales of the Runaway Boulder,"" ""Attack of the Masturbating Zombies,"" ""Rockefeller is Evil,"" ""A Betty Ford Straight Arrow Christmas"", and ""In the Middle."" Linda Ronstadt and Aaron Neville performed ""Don't Know Much"" and ""When Something Is Wrong.""

9: Andie MacDowell/Tracy Chapman - Aired: 1989-12-16

Sketches included ""Interrupted PSA,"" ""Church Chat,"" ""The Night Hanukkah Harry Saved Christmas,"" ""Hal Jerome Tribute,"" and ""Before the Wedding."" Tracy Chapman performed ""Gimme One Reason.""

10: Ed O'Neill/Harry Connick, Jr. - Aired: 1990-01-13

Sketches include ""George Bush,"" ""Bizilady,"" ""I Got What You Need,"" ""Wayne's World,"" ""The Nagging,"" ""Dennis Woo's Real Estate Fortunes The Easy Way,"" ""Ceaucescu's Wake,"" ""Lothar of the Hill People,"" and ""SNL in the 90's"".

11: Christopher Walken/Bonnie Raitt - Aired: 1990-01-20

Sketches include ""The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson,"" ""Eternity,"" ""Hired Break-Up,"" ""The Continental,"" ""Attitudes,"" ""Lease With an Option to Kill,"" ""Hardbound""

12: Quincy Jones - Aired: 1990-02-10

Sketches include ""Pumping Up With Hans and Franz,"" ""Century 21 Marriage Counselors,"" ""Toonces,"" ""Bob Waltman Special,"" ""Jazz Perspective,"" ""Reverend and Rabbi,"" ""Tonto, Tarzan, and Frankenstein,"" ""Soviet Central Committee,"" ""House Committee on Dials and Gauges"".

13: Tom Hanks/Aerosmith - Aired: 1990-02-17

Sketches include ""Ivana Trump Pre-Nup"", ""Wayne's World,"" ""Tales of Ribaldry,"" ""Tradtional Irish Drinking Songs for St. Patrick's Day,"" ""The Mob,"" ""Singles Cruise,"" and ""Black History Minute."" Aerosmith performed ""Jamie's Got a Gun"" and ""Monkey On My Back.""

14: Fred Savage/Technotronic - Aired: 1990-02-24

Sketches include ""Church Chat,"" ""Left Alone with a Gun,"" ""The Pat Stevens Show,"" ""Imaginary Friend,"" and ""Hooked on Sushi"" (film). Technotronic performed ""Pump Up The Jam.""

15: Rob Lowe/The Pogues - Aired: 1990-03-17

Sketches include "George Bush/Rob Lowe", "Irish Drinking Songs", "Church Chat", "Sprockets", "Arsenio Beckman Show", "Lambada Prison", "Helmet Head", and "Alexander's Fur World".

16: Debra Winger/Eric Clapton - Aired: 1990-03-24

Sketches include ""Reagan Census Count,"" ""Wayne's World,"" ""Toonces the Cat Who Could Drive a Car,"" ""Calamity Jane,"" and ""Senate Record Labelling Hearings"", ""Weekend Update""

17: Corbin Bernsen/Smithereens - Aired: 1990-04-14

Sketches include ""Cable Shopping Network,"" ""Celebrity Lawyer Court,"" ""Hanukkah Harry,"" ""George F. Will's Sports Machine,"" ""His Face,"" ""Movers and Shakers,"" and ""Playgirl Models"".

18: Alec Baldwin/The B-52's - Aired: 1990-04-21

Sketches include "Bush Talks to Nation", "Greenhilly", "The Environmentally Conscious One", "Sexual Tension Diner", "The Garbo I Knew", "Only In New York", "Nude Talk Show" and "Middle Aged Man". The B-52's perform "Cosmic Thing" and "Channel Z".

19: Andrew Dice Clay/Spanic Boys & Julee Cruise - Aired: 1990-05-12

Sketches include ""It's a Wonderful Dice,"" ""Diceman Employment Agency,"" ""Cooking With the Anal-Rententive Chef,"" ""What's Sex?"", ""DJ Tony Trailer,"" ""Jan Hooks Protest,"" ""Cool Mite,"" ""Ridiculous Bull,"" ""Kevin Nealon Protest""

20: Candice Bergen/Notting Hillbillies - Aired: 1990-05-19

Sketches include ""George Bush,"" ""Toonces The Cat Who Can Drive a Car,"" ""The Carsenio Show,"" and ""Wayne's World.""

Season 16 (20 Episodes)

1: Kyle MacLachlan/Sinead O'Connor - Aired: 1990-09-29

Sketches include ""George Bush,"" ""Sprockets,"" ""Twin Peaks,"" ""Luther Campbell,"" ""All Things Scottish,"" and ""Frank Sinatra and George Michael"".

2: Susan Lucci/Hothouse Flowers - Aired: 1990-10-06

Sketches include ""Victor Kiam's Classic Bitch and Lezbo Shavers,"" ""All My Luggage,"" ""Great Love Stories,"" ""Game Breakers,"" and ""Her First Period"".

3: George Steinbrenner/The Time - Aired: 1990-10-20

Sketches include ""Kevin Nealon, Victoria Jackson, and George Steinbrenner,"" ""Middle-Aged Man,"" ""Ultra Slim Fast Commercial Parody,"" ""Winston-McCauley Funeral Homes,"" ""Carl's Quick Stop,"" ""What Was I Thinking?""

4: Patrick Swayze/Mariah Carey - Aired: 1990-10-27

Sketches include ""Dirty Square Dancing,"" ""Pumping Up With Hanz and Franz,"" ""Ghost 2,"" ""Super Feud,"" ""Chippendales Auditions,"" ""The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson,"" ""White Trash Bed and Breakfast,"" and ""Mouse Trap Seminar"".

5: Jimmy Smits/World Party - Aired: 1990-11-10

Sketches include ""George Bush,"" ""Chia Head,"" ""Game Challengers,"" ""NBC News Employees,"" ""Simon,"" ""Date With a Ditz,"" ""The Dark Side With Nat X,"" ""Two-Faced Doormen,"" ""Mobile Home,"" and ""Verbal Reversals"".

6: Dennis Hopper/Paul Simon - Aired: 1990-11-17

Sketches include ""Live With Regis and Kathie Lee,"" ""Nikey Turkey,"" ""Toonces,"" ""Inflatable Dolls,"" ""Liason Mocking,"" ""The Civil War,"" ""What Animal Were You Raised By?"", ""Schillervision,"" and ""Gambling to Win"".

7: John Goodman/Faith No More - Aired: 1990-12-01

Sketches include ""Church Chat,"" ""The McLaughlin Group,"" ""Mick Jagger's Wedding,"" ""Wayne's World,"" ""It's Pat,"" ""Davy Crockett""

8: Tom Hanks/Edie Brickell and New Bohemians - Aired: 1990-12-08

Live From New York, it's...Kevin Nealon (and hosting for the fifth time, it's Tom Hanks!) Sketches include: Mr. Subliminal's Editorial Reply, Tom Hanks Joins The Five-Timers Club, The Gross-Out Family, Game Beaters, The Global Warming Christmas Special, P. Whipped, Sabra Shopping Network, Double-Takes, and The Christmas Tree Story Edie Brickell and New Bohemians perform: ""Woyaho"" and ""He Said""

9: Dennis Quaid/Neville Brothers - Aired: 1990-12-15

Sketches include ""George Bush,"" ""Dysfunctional Family Christmas,"" ""Sally Jessy Raphael,"" ""Family Loves Ex-Boyfriend,"" ""Massage Students,"" ""Renegade,"" ""Sprockets,"" ""Schillervision Theatre,"" and ""The Specialty Songs Of Cal McLane, Jr.""

10: Joe Mantegna/Vanilla Ice - Aired: 1991-01-12

Sketches include ""Godfather Bush,"" ""New York Radio,"" ""Nightline,"" ""Officer Miller,"" ""I'm Chillin',"" ""Complaint Letter,"" ""Superfans,"" ""Insane Inventors,"" and ""Eddie O'Hanlon Funeral"".

11: Sting - Aired: 1991-01-19

Sketches include ""Wayne's World,"" ""Hedley and Wyche,"" ""Sting in an Elevator,"" ""The Sinatra Group,"" ""The Richmeister,"" ""Frankenstein,"" ""Coffee Talk with Paul Baldwin,"" ""Meeting Parents Flashback,"" ""Bleak Poetry""

12: Kevin Bacon/INXS - Aired: 1991-02-09

Live from New York, it's…Kevin Nealon! But is he or NBC or CNN? That's SNL's trick op their sleeve with the ""Gulf War Briefing."" Among the domestic sketches are ""Richmeister #2.""

13: Roseanne Barr/Dee-Lite - Aired: 1991-02-16

Sketches include ""Mr. Subliminal's War Press Conference,"" Misery II, the game show parody Comedy Killers, ""Victoria's Secrets"" and ""White Trash History Minute.""

14: Alec Baldwin/Whitney Houston - Aired: 1991-02-23

Live From New York, it's...Dana Carvey Sketches include: The McLaughlin Group, The Dancer, The Honest Planet, The Sinead O'Connor Awards, Lank Thompson: I'm A Handsome Actor, Pan Am, The Godfather IV, I'm Chillin', Confession Can Be Exciting For The Soul, and Cyrano De Bergerac Whitney Houston performs: ""I'm Your Baby Tonight"" and ""All The Man I Need""

15: Michael J. Fox/The Black Crowes - Aired: 1991-03-16

Sketches include--""Another Post-Desert Storm Speech"",""America's Most Wanted"",""Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smally"" and ""Michael J. Fox Fanatics"".

16: Jeremy Irons/Fishbone - Aired: 1991-03-23

Sketches include ""Pumping Up with Hans and Franz,"" ""Richmeister,"" ""Wayne's World,"" ""Sherlock Holmes,"" ""McIntosh Jr. Commercial: The Power To Crush Other Kids"", ""Weekend Update with Dennis Miller"", ""Football Days by Jack Handey"".

17: Catherine O'Hara/R.E.M. - Aired: 1991-04-13

Sketches include ""Frank and Nancy Sinatra,"" ""It's Pat,"" ""The Justice League of America,"" ""Frank Gannon, P.I. P.I.,"" ""In Conclusion Theater,"" ""Daily Affirmation With Stuart Smalley,"" and ""Wedding Dress to Funeral"".

18: Steven Seagal/Michael Bolton - Aired: 1991-04-20

Sketches include ""Pumping Up with Hans and Franz,"" ""Nico Tenelli,"" ""The Dark Side with Nat X,"" ""Musicians For Free Range Chickens,"" ""Date Intimidation""

19: Delta Burke/Chris Isaak - Aired: 1991-05-11

Sketches include: Balz-Off, Hollywood Minute, Deep Thoughts, The Weight Watchers Meeting, Wayne's World, A Message From The President, Yelling At Your Kids, and Karaoke Hog

20: George Wendt/Elvis Costello - Aired: 1991-05-18

Sketches include ""Dennis Miller is Nervous,"" ""Da Superfans,"" ""Mr. No Depth Perception,"" ""Pat Gets a Haircut,"" ""Doo-Wop,"" ""Deep Thoughts,"" ""Burger Barn,"" ""Li'l General Fireworks,"" and ""The Sunrise Show.""

Season 17 (20 Episodes)

1: Michael Jordan/Public Enemy - Aired: 1991-09-28

Sketches include ""Wayne's World,"" ""Schmitt's Gay Beer,"" ""The First Black Harlem Globetrotter,"" ""Superfans,"" ""The Dark Side With Nat X,"" ""Zoraida""

2: Jeff Daniels/Color Me Badd - Aired: 1991-10-05

""Johnny Carson's Tonight Show: The 29th and Final Anniversary"", ""Earthies, the Bountiful Diaper Commercial (From Dell Monty)"", ""The Richmeister Vs. The Name Singing Guy"", ""The Chris Farley Show"", ""Community College Bowl"", ""Apex Novelty Guy gets fired for designing bad quality rubber vomit""

3: Kirstie Alley/Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Aired: 1991-10-12

Sketches include ""Judge Clarence Thomas,"" ""Cantore,"" ""Coffee Talk with Linda Richman,"" ""It's Pat,"" and ""Look Who Else is Talking Also.""

4: Christian Slater/Bonnie Raitt - Aired: 1991-10-26

Sketches include: Coldcock Malt Liquor, Dysfunctional Family Feud, The Wolf Man's Curse, Pumping Up With Hans and Franz, Nich-Aid Hair Dryers, Super Fire-Hot Chicken Wings, and Club Banana.

5: Kiefer Sutherland/Skid Row - Aired: 1991-11-02

Sketches Include: Testifying for the Kennedys - The defense is picking members for the jury supporting Ted Kennedy. Campaign '92 - Democratic ""unhopefuls"" try not to become the candidate that loses to Bush. Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley - Stuart invites his cousin, Leon, to the show. Leon has a show which is much better than Stuart's, and Stuart is jealous, rendering an affirmation. Kiddie Metal - Guns 'n' Roses record a punk rock kids' song album. The Scottish Store - A small-town Scottish store owner is reunited with his estranged brother, and they fight on and off, while still kicking out people who don't ""think"" Scottish. Phone Illiteracy - A man who wants to talk to someone has his friend do it for him. Strange? The first man is phone illiterate. It's a dangerous thing...?

6: Linda Hamilton/Mariah Carey - Aired: 1991-11-16

Sketches include ""Weekend Update Special Report,"" ""Toonces, the Cat Who Can Drive a Car,"" ""It's Pat,"" ""Annoying Double Date,"" and ""The Chris Farley Show.""

7: Macaulay Culkin/Tin Machine - Aired: 1991-11-23

Sketches include ""Macaulay Culkin Gets Permission to Host,"" ""Superfans,"" ""Richmeister,"" and ""Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer.""

8: Hammer - Aired: 1991-12-07

Live from New York, it's ... Dana Carvey! Sketches include "Bush's Gift Ideas," "Bad Haircut Support Group," "The Daily Star," "Tales From The Barbecue," "Johnny Letter," "Deep Thoughts," "Remembrances of Love," and "Dick Clark Productions." Hammer performs "Too Legit To Quit," "Addams Groove," and "This is the Way We Roll."

9: Steve Martin/James Taylor - Aired: 1991-12-14

Sketches include ""Steve Martin Decides to Try,"" ""Theatre Stories,"" ""The Dark Side with Nat X,"" and ""Tarzan, Chris Farley, & Frankenstein.""

10: Rob Morrow/Nirvana - Aired: 1992-01-11

Sketches include ""Oliver Stone,"" ""It's Pat,"" ""Delta Delta Delta Girls,"" ""Chris Rock's Guide to Surviving the Apollo,"" and ""Awkward Conversation.""

11: Chevy Chase/Robbie Robertson & Bruce Hornsby - Aired: 1992-01-18

Live from New York, it's Mike Myers and Dana Carvey! Sketches include "Wayne's World's Top Ten Reasons We're Bummed Communism Fell," "Love Toilet," "Adopt-a-Pet," "Bob Swerski's Quiz Masters," "Van Morrison Concert," and "Are You All Right?" Robbie Robertson sings Go Back To Your Woods and The Weight.

12: Susan Dey/C+C Music Factory - Aired: 1992-02-08

Sketches include ""Richmeister on L.A. Law,"" ""Mike Tyson Trial,"" ""Partridge Family vs. Brady Bunch,"" ""The Sensitive Naked Man,"" and ""Janitor/Executive Irony"".

13: Jason Priestley/Teenage Fan Club - Aired: 1992-02-15

Sketches include ""Olympic Skating,"" ""The Life and Times of Johnny Hildo,"" ""Sprockets,"" ""The Arsenio Hall Show,"" and ""Beverly Hills 90210"".

14: Roseanne Arnold & Tom Arnold/Red Hot Chili Peppers - Aired: 1992-02-22

Sketches include ""Message To Bush,"" ""Coffee Talk,"" ""A Star Is Born '92,"" ""Daily Affirmation,"" ""New Triple-Delta Sister,"" ""Dick Clark's Snotty Receptionist"", ""Tall Tales of the Recession: The Fast-Firing CEO"". The Peppers perform ""Stone Cold Bush.""

15: John Goodman/Garth Brooks - Aired: 1992-03-14

Sketches include "The McLaughlin Group" and "Lisa Pograsic, Very Pregnant Undercover Cop".

16: Mary Stuart Masterson/En Vogue - Aired: 1992-03-21

Live from New York, it's... Mike Myers and Dana Carvey! Sketches include "Wayne's World," "Jiffy Pop Airbag," "Hitting on a Women," "Sex Games," "Flippy, The Flipping Chihuahua," "Lung Brush," "Pat's Interrogation," "Airport Security Check," "Ernie's," "Tayster's Choice Spermicidal Jelly," "Phil Hartman Creations," and "Pornographic Romance." Pearl Jam performed "Alive" and "Porch."

17: Sharon Stone/Pearl Jam - Aired: 1992-04-11

Live from New York, it's Al Franken! Sketches include "Bill Clinton and Jerry Brown," "Stand Up and Win," and "Make You Think," "Lank Thompson's I'm a Handsome Black Man," and "Superman on Talk Radio."

18: Jerry Seinfeld/Annie Lennox - Aired: 1992-04-18

Sketches include ""Ross Perot,"" ""Sabra Price is Right,"" ""The Guy Who Plays Mr. Belvedere Fan Club,"" ""Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey,"" and ""She Turned Into Her Mother""

19: Tom Hanks/Bruce Springsteen - Aired: 1992-05-09

Sketches include ""Johnny Carson's Last Episode,"" ""Action Cats,"" ""Take Off Your Shirt,"" ""Jon Lovitz's Dangerous Mother,"" ""Deep Thoughts,"" ""Frank Gannon: Politically Incorrect Police Investigator,"" ""Triple-Delta Girls,"" ""Cowboy Song,"" and ""The Sensitive Naked Man."" Vanessa Williams performs ""Save The Best For Last.""

20: Woody Harrelson/Vanessa Williams - Aired: 1992-05-16

Sketches include ""Johnny Carson's Last Episode,"" ""Action Cats,"" ""Take Off Your Shirt,"" ""Jon Lovitz's Dangerous Mother,"" ""Deep Thoughts,"" ""Frank Gannon: Politically Incorrect Police Investigator,"" ""Triple-Delta Girls,"" ""Cowboy Song,"" and ""The Sensitive Naked Man."" Vanessa Williams performs ""Save The Best For Last.""

Season 18 (20 Episodes)

1: Nicolas Cage/Bobby Brown - Aired: 1992-09-28

Sketches include ""Husbands and Wives,"" ""Tiny Elvis,"" ""Nightline,"" ""Baby Names,"" and ""The Queen Shenequa Show"".

2: Tim Robbins/Sinead O'Connor - Aired: 1992-10-03

Live from New York, it's...Dana Carvey Sketches include: Perot '92, Caracci's Pizza, The Founding Fathers, Sunday Morning Videos, That's Not Yogurt, The Tori Spelling Show, Larry King Live, Cooking With Dennis Miller, Sweet Jimmy: The World's Nicest Pimp, Daily Affirmation With Stuart Smalley, and Bob Roberts Book Burning Sinead O'Connor performs: ""Success Has Made A Failure of Our Home"" and an a cappella version of the song ""War"" that ends with the infamous destruction of Pope John Paul II's photograph and Sinead's words ""Fight the real enemy!"" The reruns on NBC and syndication (if they do air) either end the performance of the second song before the picture is ripped (which is the version that played on Comedy Central) or replace it with a dress rehearsal where Sinead O'Connor holds up a picture of a starving child, then walks off the stage (which played on NBC).

3: Joe Pesci/Spin Doctors - Aired: 1992-10-10

Sketches include ""Debate '92,"" ""Pinky Ringery,"" ""Single White Person,"" ""Bullies on the Steps,"" and ""Zoriada annoys Joe Pesci."" Spin Doctors perform ""Jimmy Olson's Blues.""

4: Christopher Walken/Arrested Development - Aired: 1992-10-24

Sketches include ""Jiffy Express,"" ""Ed Closser, Trivial Psychic,"" ""Sinead O'Connor's Goodtime Happy Jamboree,"" ""The Continental,"" ""An Apology From Sinead O'Connor,"" ""It's Pat,"" ""Deep Thoughts By Jack Handey,"" ""Perot gets rid of running mate Stockdale"", and ""The Boulevard of Broken Balls"".

5: Catherine O'Hara/10,000 Maniacs - Aired: 1992-10-31

""Perot's Press Conference and the Republican Dirty Tricks"", ""Ass Don't Smell Commercial: The Name Says It All"", ""The Richmeister's Halloween Encounter with Death"", ""Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey"", ""Weekend Update with Kevin Nealon"", ""Daily Affirmations with Stewart Smalley"", ""New York's Strangest and Most Bizarre People: Shorty, The Guy Who Can't Cross The Street"".

6: Michael Keaton/Morrissey - Aired: 1992-11-14

""George Bush Loses The Election to Clinton"", ""Hibernol Commercial: It Knocks Your Cold Out, While You're Out Cold"", ""Training the New, Socially Impaired Elevator Guy"", ""The First (Oscar-like) Annual Gutenberg Awards, Honoring the Best Books of the Year"", ""The Horny Guy Who Had To Date The Prudish/Formerly Slutty Girl"".

7: Sinbad/Sade - Aired: 1992-11-21

Sketches include ""George Bush and Bill Clinton,"" ""Homosexuals at War,"" ""At Home with Monica,"" ""Blacula,"" ""Gilligan's Bioshpere,"" ""Superman's Funeral,"" and ""The Proud Pattersons.""

8: Tom Arnold/Neil Young - Aired: 1992-12-05

""Wayne's World presents: Top Ten Things we love about Clinton"", ""Sex and Peer Pressure at Valley High, a PBS Afterschool Special"", ""Clinton's exercising at a fast food joint"", ""Bill Swerski's Super Fans at 'Fatty Foods' Hospital"", ""Lincoln High G.E.D Ten Year Reunion"".

9: Glenn Close/Black Crowes - Aired: 1992-12-12

Sketches include ""The Queen of England,"" ""Coffee Talk with Linda Richman,"" ""Michael Eisner,"" ""What's the Best Way?,"" and ""Drumming on Your Stomach.""

10: Danny DeVito/Bon Jovi - Aired: 1993-01-09

""The Super Fans Formally Express Their Anger Via Letter: Ditka is fired"", ""BBC1 Presents Simon! - Special Guest: A Foul-Mouthed, Middle-Aged Italian American"", ""The Fourth Amy Fisher Story on Fox: Aaron and Tori Spelling's Amy Fisher, 10516 with Danny DeVito as Joey Buttafuoco"", ""Gap Girls: Buy it large. Just belt it and cinch it!"", ""Black Entertainment Television Presents: Amy Fisher, One Messed Up Bitch"", ""The Privacy-Obsessed Hitman Whose Wife Knew Everything About His Business"", ""Books on Tape: Madonna's Sex Book. Text by Charlton Heston. Photo Interpretation by Al Goldstein"".

11: Harvey Keitel/Madonna - Aired: 1993-01-16

Sketches include, ""It's Pat"", ""Subway Transit Authority"", ""The Bathroom Attendant"", ""In or Out The Cab"", ""Deep Thoughts"", ""Unforzen Caveman Lawyer,"", and ""The Insane Deer Hunter"".

12: Luke Perry/Mick Jagger - Aired: 1993-02-06

Sketches include ""Clintons Meet Wrestlers,"" ""Prince Charles is a Tampon,"" ""Dumb Yard Boy,"" ""Magic Fish Meeting,"" ""SNL Halftime Special,"" ""High School Liar's Club,"" ""Sassy,"" ""Queen Shenequa,"" and ""Country Boy Leaves Home"".

13: Alec Baldwin/Paul McCartney - Aired: 1993-02-13

Sketches include ""Dateline NBC,"" ""The Mimic,"" ""The Chris Farley Show,"" ""Soap Opera Digest,"" ""Gap Girls,"" ""Naked Woman Theater,"" ""Daily Affirmation With Stuart Smalley,"" ""The Bodyguard,"" and ""French Class"".

14: Bill Murray/Sting - Aired: 1993-02-20

Sketches include: ""Bill Clinton,"" ""Hibernol,"" ""The Whipmaster,"" ""Frequent Flyer,"" ""I'm Chillin',"" ""Tommy Two-Tap,"" ""Coffee Talk With Linda Richman,"" and ""Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey"".

15: John Goodman/Mary J. Blige - Aired: 1993-03-13

Sketches include: "College Students", "Coffee Talk With Linda Richman", "Turkish Department Store Worker", "Let's Talk and Talk and Talk and Talk and Talk and Talk About Movies".

16: Miranda Richardson/Soul Asylum - Aired: 1993-03-20

Live from New York, it's... Julia Sweeney Sketches include "Pat's Crying Game," "Green & Fazio" (two parts), "The Rain People," "World War II Hospital," "Eager & Jones," "Russell Simmmons Def Magic Show Jam," "MTV Spring Break," "Dieter's Dream" (film), and "Jack McManus' Bar." Soul Asylum performs "Somebody To Shove" and "Black Gold."

17: Jason Alexander/Peter Gabriel - Aired: 1993-04-10

Complete Sketches: ""Clinton's Indecent Proposal to Yeltsin's wife"", ""Jason Alexander's Peter Pan"", ""Meeting of the Woody Allen Fan Club"", ""Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey"", ""Descending-Size Employee Lounges for Privacy-Obssessed People"", ""Can't you tell black or white people apart?"", ""Gyros: You like the juice?"".

18: Kirstie Alley/Lenny Kravitz - Aired: 1993-04-24

""Rodney King Song: Fire Bad by Recurring SNL Characters for Unity"", ""Quinko's Mmmph Board Game Commercial"", ""SNL Cheers wannabes come to cheer Kirstie up"", ""Hotel staff loves the Bellissima wife at La Cantoria"", ""The Montel Williams Show"", ""Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey"", ""Kirstie Alley meets Zoraida, the NBC page"", ""The all natural makeover"", ""Schiller's Reel presents: Security Camera Spectacular!""

19: Christina Applegate/Midnight Oil - Aired: 1993-05-15

Sketches include ""Matt Foley, Motivational Speaker"", ""Focus on Beauty"", ""The Backwards Romance"", ""Nerf Crotchbat"", ""Worrisome Audition Warnings"", and ""Coffee Talk""

20: Kevin Kline/Willie Nelson & Paul Simon - Aired: 1993-05-22

Sketches include: ""Mmmph?"", ""Italian Flatulence"", ""Don Lapre: Financial Freedom with a 900 Number"", ""Hub's Gyros"", and ""Criminal Encounter"".

Season 19 (20 Episodes)

1: Charles Barkley/Nirvana - Aired: 1993-09-25

Sketches include ""Bill Clinton,"" ""Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley,"" ""Gap Girls,"" and ""Coffee Talk with Linda Richman.""

2: Shannen Doherty/Cypress Hill - Aired: 1993-10-02

Sketches include ""Operaman,"" ""Crystal Gravy,"" ""The Real World,"" ""The Denise Show,"" ""Salem Bitch Trials"".

3: Jeff Goldblum/Aerosmith - Aired: 1993-10-09

Sketches include ""Rock For Michael,"" ""Subway Guitarist,"" ""The Wave,"" ""Karl's Video Store,"" and ""Christopher Walken Celebrity Psychic Friends Network"".

4: John Malkovich/Billy Joel - Aired: 1993-10-23

Sketches include ""Anne Murray Sings the National Anthem,"" ""Court TV: The Menendez Brothers Trial,"" ""Ruining It For Everyone,"" ""Theatre Stories,"" and ""James Carville""

5: Christian Slater/Smashing Pumpkins - Aired: 1993-10-30

Sketches include ""Coffee Talk with Linda Richman,"" ""Matt Foley,"" ""Sassy's Sassiest Boys,"" and ""Trent Markham, Lung Doctor"".

6: Rosie O'Donnell/James Taylor - Aired: 1993-11-13

Sketches include ""The Packwood Diaries,"" ""Frank Sinatra Duets,"" ""Daily Affirmation With Stuart Smalley,"" ""Forgetful Waiter,"" ""The Tomboy and the Sissy,"" ""Dick Clark's Receptionist,"" ""Will Work For Food,"" ""Homegirls""

7: Nicole Kidman/Stone Temple Pilots - Aired: 1993-11-20

Sketches include ""Wayne's World,"" ""The Denise Show,"" ""Wednesday and Pugsley,"" ""Philip the Hyper-Hypo,"" ""Sprockets,"" ""Ross Perot,"" and ""Kitchen Arguments"".

8: Charlton Heston/Paul Westerberg - Aired: 1993-12-04

Sketches include ""Studio of the Apes,"" ""Coffee Talk with Linda Richman,"" ""The President is Illiterate,"" ""The Ten Commandments,"" and ""Herlihy Boy House-Sitting Service"".

9: Sally Field/Tony! Toni! Tone! - Aired: 1993-12-11

Sketches include "Adam Sandler's Santa Song", "Matt Foley", "Praying", and "Headgames".

10: Jason Patric/Blind Melon - Aired: 1994-01-08

Live from New York, it's... Chris Farley! Sketches include "Giuliani's Inauguration," "NFL on Fox," "The Road To Self-Improvement," "Mr. Intense," "Coffee Talk," "The Herlihy Boy Dog Sitting Service," "Where's the Rest of Me?," and "Scary Ski Lift." Blind Melon performed "No Rain" and "Paper Scratcher."

11: Sara Gilbert/Counting Crows - Aired: 1994-01-15

Sketches include ""Bobbitt Trial,"" ""HiberNol,"" ""Mistaken Roommate,"" ""Simon,"" ""Gap Girls,"" ""Blossom,"" ""Lunchlady Land,"" ""Disney Vacations,"" ""Rob Schneider's Girlfriend Theater,"" ""20 Questions,"" and ""Rob's Apology.""

12: Patrick Stewart/Salt-n-Pepa - Aired: 1994-02-12

Sketches Include: Michael Jackon can Never Score - Michael Jackson once again tries to score and even with the help of his assistants he cannot. The Scottish Store - This time at the Scottish Store, a Scottish psychiatrist come to settle the owner's anger, and the perfect remedy is getting drunk. Also, a non-Scottish thinker gets beat up again. The Love Boat: The Next Generation - The Love Boat takes it up a notch when it goes galactic. Still, the romance and strife is the same. Erotic Cakes - Customers want quality erotic cakes, but all that's carried is women going to the bathroom. Stand-Up Satan - Satan's jokes and insults are so lame that even his followers start mocking him.

13: Alec Baldwin & Kim Basinger/UB40 - Aired: 1994-02-12

Live from New York, it's...Alec Baldwin! Sketches include: Alec Baldwin's Goodfellas, Family Feud, Canteen Boy and the Scoutmaster, Phillip The Hyper Hypo, The Romantic Men, Mickey Ross's Pyramid of Pain, The Adventures of Tiny Elvis, and Backstage SNL: Chris Farley Meets Kim Basinger UB40 performs: ""C'est La Vie"" and ""Can't Help Falling In Love""

14: Martin Lawrence/Crash Test Dummies - Aired: 1994-02-19

Sketches include ""Jeff Gillooly,"" ""Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley,"" ""Thugs,"" and ""Spare Players for the New Jersey Nets.""

15: Nancy Kerrigan/Aretha Franklin - Aired: 1994-03-12

Sketches include ""Press Confrence,"" ""Crystal Gravy,"" ""Sports Beat,"" ""Disney Gigs,"" and ""Lillehammer '94."" Aretha Franklin performs ""Chain of Fools.""

16: Helen Hunt/Snoop Doggy Dogg - Aired: 1994-03-19

Sketches include ""Rockers Explain Whitewater,"" ""Total Bastard Airlines,"" ""Sexist Director,"" ""Office Space,"" and ""Rob Schneider's Girlfriend Theater."" Snoop Dogg performed ""Gin & Juice.""

17: Kelsey Grammer/Dwight Yoakam - Aired: 1994-04-09

Live from New York, it's... Jan Hooks! Sketches include "Hillary Clinton's Investment Tips," "Majestic Caribbean Cruise Line," "Inhibited Dance Party USA," "The Giulianis at Opening Day," "20,000 Leagues Under The Sea," "CBS Sunday Morning," "Something Smells Good in Stinkville" (three parts), "Captain Jim & Pedro at Footlocker," "Captain Jim & Pedro Books," and "I Am A Man." Dwight Yoakam performed "Pocket of a Clown" and "Fast as You."

18: Emilio Estevez/Pearl Jam - Aired: 1994-04-16

Sketches include ""Michael Fay's Canning,"" ""Geek, Dweeb, of Spazz,"" ""The Whitewater Folder,"" and ""The Herlihy Boy.""

19: John Goodman/The Pretenders - Aired: 1994-05-07

Sketches include ""New York Governors Debate,"" ""Captain Jim and Pedro,"" ""NRA's American Sportsman Today,"" ""Real Stories Of The Arkansas Highway Patrol,"" ""Theatre Stories,"" ""Ninja Pep Talk,"" ""Michael Bolton,"" ""Flintstones Names,"" and ""Killer Taxi Drivers.""

20: Heather Locklear/Janet Jackson - Aired: 1994-05-14

Sketches include ""Coffee Talk,"" ""Eych,"" ""Wayne on Melrose Place,"" ""60 Minutes,"" and ""Phil Hartman in 'So Long, Farewell.'""

Season 20 (20 Episodes)

1: Steve Martin/Eric Clapton - Aired: 1994-09-24

Sketches include ""Clinton Auditions,"" ""The Ron Wood Show,"" ""Baseball Cruise,"" ""Steve Martin's All-Natural Penis Beauty Creme,"" and ""Bad Ad Campaign."" ""Court TV: O.J. Simpson Trial,"" ""Total Bastard Airlines,"" and ""The Better Baby."" Bathroom Monkey Commercial"", ""Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald"", ""Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey"", ""Leland-Meyers Home Headache Test Commercial"".

2: Marisa Tomei/Bonnie Raitt - Aired: 1994-10-01

Sketches include "Bill Clinton," "Court TV: O.J. Simpson Trial," "Adult Education Class," "Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley," and "Monsters of Monologue '94."

3: John Travolta/Seal - Aired: 1994-10-15

Sketches include ""Bathroom Monkey,"" ""Coffee Talk With Linda Richman,"" ""Dracula's Not Gay,"" ""Quentin Tarantino's Welcome Back Kotter,"" ""Women's Self-Defense,"" ""Larry King Live,"" ""Small Office,"" ""Deaf Drug Dealer""

4: Dana Carvey/Edie Brickell - Aired: 1994-10-22

Sketches include ""George Bush,"" ""Virtual Reality Books,"" ""Johnny Carson,"" ""Ross Perot,"" ""Pepper Boy,"" ""Nobel Prize Awards,"" ""Work Excuses,"" ""Office Space""

5: Sarah Jessica Parker/R.E.M. - Aired: 1994-11-12

Sketches include ""Concession Speech,"" ""Good Morning Brooklyn,"" ""Nice and Naughty Guitarists,"" ""Confucius,"" ""The Casting Couch,"" ""The Munchkins,"" and ""Tribute to Michael O'Donoghue"".

6: John Turturro/Tom Petty - Aired: 1994-11-17

Sketches include ""It's a Wonderful Newt,"" ""Christopher Walken's Celebrity Psychic Friends Network,"" ""Phone Hang-Ups,"" ""Taxi Driver: The Musical,"" ""Stop That,"" ""The Movie Club""

7: Roseanne/Green Day - Aired: 1994-12-03

Sketches include ""Jesse Helms,"" ""Roseanne Goes to Therapy,"" ""USAir,"" ""Rescue 911,"" ""Civil War Memories,"" and ""Yogurt Store.""

8: Alec Baldwin/Beastie Boys - Aired: 1994-12-10

Sketches include ""Joycelyn Elders,"" ""Japanese Game Show,"" ""Los Angeles Breast and Penis,"" ""Celebrity Memorial Auction,"" and ""Family Auto Trip.""

9: George Foreman/Hole - Aired: 1994-12-17

Sketches include ""Bill Clinton,"" ""Time Boxer,"" ""Looking Good,"" ""Matt Foley,"" ""Uncle Joe,"" ""The Incredible Hulk,"" ""Chris Elliot's Bedtime Story,"" ""Jackie Stallone's Psychic Circle""

10: Jeff Daniels/Luscious Jackson - Aired: 1995-01-14

Sketches include ""Newt Gingrich,"" ""Connie Chung and Newt Gingrich's Mom,"" ""Martin Luther King Day,"" ""Mystery Dinner Theatre,"" ""Eterna-Rest,"" ""Film Beat,"" ""Entertainment Tonight""

11: David Hyde Pierce/Live - Aired: 1995-01-21

Sketches include "O.J. Simpson", "Rock Poetry Class", "Tales of Little Women", "Scottish Soccer Hooligan Weekly", "Robot Spy Onboard", "Nervous Habits", "Jersey Kids Meet the Foreigner", "Perspectives", "Claire Tries Internet Sex", and "Movie News".

12: Bob Newhart/Des'ree - Aired: 1995-02-11

Sketches include ""C-SPAN: Colin Ferguson,"" ""Ricki Lake,"" ""Book Buzz,"" ""Baywatch,"" ""Poster Worker Evaluation,"" ""Hi Bob,"" and ""Sports Beat."" Des'ree performed ""You Gotta Be"" and ""Feels So High.""

13: Deion Sanders/Bon Jovi - Aired: 1995-02-18

Sketches include: ""O.J. Simpson Tour,"" ""The 1995 ESPY Awards,"" ""Rappers With Simple Lyrics,"" ""Perspectives,"" ""Deep Thoughts By Jack Handey,"" and ""Sick Boy""

14: George Clooney/The Cranberries - Aired: 1995-02-25

Sketches include ""Black History Month,"" ""Mandy the Whale,"" ""Tales of Fraud and Malfeasance in Railroad Hiring Practices,"" ""Taxicab Confessions,"" and ""Zagat's"".

15: Paul Reiser/Annie Lennox - Aired: 1995-03-18

Sketches include ""Newt Gingrich's Sister,"" ""Where's Superman?,"" ""Mad About You Aliens,"" ""Sparklebrite Toothpaste,"" and ""One Brother Cafe.""

16: John Goodman/Tragically Hip - Aired: 1995-03-25

Live from New York, it's…Dan Aykroyd! Sketches include ""This Week With David Brinkley,"" ""Superfans Return,"" ""The Late Late Show With Tom Snyder,"" ""Dog Park,"" ""Howard Stern,"" ""Self-Deluded Losers,"" ""Unsolved Mysteries,"" ""Coal Miners,"" and ""Penis-Measuring Device.""

17: Damon Wayans/Dionne Farris - Aired: 1995-04-08

Sketches include: ""Judge Ito,"" ""Men on Film,"" ""Spit Valves,"" ""Black Names,"" ""Christopher Walken for Skittles"", and ""Court TV: The O.J. Trial.""

18: Courteney Cox/Dave Matthews Band - Aired: 1995-04-15

Sketches include ""Matt Foley,"" ""Good Morning Brooklyn,"" ""Gapardy,"" ""Melanie Babysits,"" ""Charles Manson,"" ""Truth vs. Jokes,"" ""Replacement Baseball,"" ""His Muse Friday,"" ""Obnoxious Co-worker""

19: Bob Saget/TLC - Aired: 1995-05-06

Sketches include ""Tony Vallencourt,"" ""Fast,"" ""America's Funniest Hate Videos,"" ""Fashion Designer,"" ""Where In the World is San Diego, California?"", ""Boyz II Men,"" ""Karl's,"" ""Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey,"" ""Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley,"" ""Pacemaker""

20: David Duchovny/Rod Stewart - Aired: 1995-05-13

Live from New York, for the last time, it's…Michael McKean! Sketches include ""Beastman of Studio 8H,"" You Think You're Better Than Me?, Zagat's, ""New England General Store,"" Ricki Lake, ""Rock and Roll Realtor,"" and ""Polar Bears.""

Season 21 (20 Episodes)

1: Mariel Hemingway/Blues Traveler - Aired: 1995-09-30

Sketches include: ""OJ Today,"" ""Leg Up,"" ""The Taylors,"" ""Spade in America,"" ""Long Phone Call,"" ""Nightline,"" ""Biography"".

2: Chevy Chase/Lisa Loeb - Aired: 1995-10-07

Sketches include: ""NFL on NBC,"" ""The Mark Fuhrman Show,"" ""Althea,"" ""Lobotol,"" ""The Blame Game,"" ""Jim Breuer and Braveheart,"" ""Spade in America,"" and ""Fuzzy Memories"".

3: David Schwimmer/Natalie Merchant - Aired: 1995-10-21

Sketches include ""Darius Rucker,"" ""Kids vs. Grownups,"" ""Rita Delvecchio,"" ""Fuzzy Memories,"" ""The Elevator,"" ""Secrets,"" ""Spade in America,"" ""Slim Shannon,"" and ""Triumph Performers"".

4: Gabriel Byrne/Alanis Morissette - Aired: 1995-10-28

Sketches include: ""Halloween in New Hampshire,"" ""Grayson-Moorhead,"" ""Mary Katherine Gallagher,"" ""Cooking With Keith,"" ""Marshall Power Tools,"" ""Spade in America at the 1995 World Series,"" Fuzzy Memories, and ""Firing a Prison Guard.""

5: Quentin Tarantino/Smashing Pumpkins - Aired: 1995-11-11

Sketches include: ""Spartan Cheerleaders,"" ""Old Glory Insurance,"" ""Clara Turley's Bible Challenge,"" ""Bill Clinton,"" ""Bug Off,"" ""Directors on Directing,"" and ""All Aboard"".

6: Laura Leighton/Rancid - Aired: 1995-11-18

Sketches include ""Air Force One,"" ""Psychic Reading,"" ""Midgets,"" and ""Spade in America.""

7: Anthony Edwards/Foo Fighters - Aired: 1995-12-02

Sketches include ""Inside Politics,"" ""Grimaldi's,"" ""The Joe Pesci Show,"" ""Nightline,"" ""Mary Katherine Gallagher,"" ""G-Dog Does the Nasty,"" ""Spade in America,"" ""Turning Point,"" and ""Hulk Hogan Talk Show"".

8: David Alan Grier/Silverchair - Aired: 1995-12-09

Sketches include ""Nightline,"" ""Rocky Roads,"" ""The Today Show,"" ""Three Wise Men,"" ""Wake Up and Smile,"" ""Spade in America,"" ""Black People,"" and ""Perspectives"".

9: Madeline Kahn/Bush - Aired: 1995-12-16

Sketches include ""Bosnian Goodwill Tour,"" ""Spartan Cheerleaders,"" ""John-John Mackie,"" ""Giant Bird,"" ""Leg Up,"" ""Lucien and Fagin,"" ""Spade in America,"" and ""Wedding Vows"".

10: Christopher Walken/Joan Osborne - Aired: 1996-01-13

Live from New York, it's...Rudolph Giuliani Sketches include: ""Rudy Giuliani and George Pataki Apologize For SNL's Low Quality,"" ""Rita Delvecchio,"" ""Spade In America,"" ""The Continental,"" ""Fuzzy Memories,"" ""T-Bone The Executioner,"" ""Connie Stinston"", and ""Mary Katherine Gallagher's Dancing Fantasy"". Joan Osborne performs: ""One of Us""

11: Alec Baldwin/Tori Amos - Aired: 1996-01-20

Sketches include ""Nightline,"" ""The Joe Pesci Show,"" ""Spartan Cheerleaders,"" ""Navy Guys,"" ""Talking About Bill Brasky,"" and ""Accidentally Shot by Hunters.""

12: Danny Aiello/Coolio - Aired: 1996-02-10

Sketches include ""Inside Politics,"" ""Spaghetti Sauce,"" ""The Kevin Franklin Show,"" ""Time Life's Valentine's Day Arguments,"" ""Althea,"" ""Spade in America,"" ""Hi-C and Turkey,"" ""Martha Stewart Living,"" and ""Fuzzy Memories"".

13: Tom Arnold/Tupac Shakur - Aired: 1996-02-17

Sketches include ""Presidential Candidates,"" ""The Life We Lead/Channel 7 Action News,"" ""Ranger Ron and his Tree Slice,"" ""St. Gabriel's Annual Bake Sale,"" ""A Criminal and his Grandmother,"" and ""Drunk Surgeon.""

14: Elle MacPherson/Sting - Aired: 1996-02-24

Sketches include ""Presidential Candidates,"" ""Mary Katherine Gallagher,"" ""Spartan Cheerleaders,"" ""Winston Graff,"" ""Stan Hooper,"" ""Dinner at Oliver's,"" and ""Australian Phone Sex.""

15: John Goodman/Everclear - Aired: 1996-03-16

Sketches include ""Suel Forrester,"" ""The Real World,"" ""Steve Forbes,"" and ""The Joe Pesci Show.""

16: Phil Hartman/Gin Blossoms - Aired: 1996-03-23

Sketches include ""Leg Up,"" ""Acting Class,"" ""Fuzzy Memories,"" ""Bug-Off,"" ""Unfrozen Cave Man Lawyer,"" ""Petchow Rat Poison,"" ""Hollywood Minute With David Spade"".

17: Steve Forbes/Rage Against the Machine - Aired: 1996-04-13

Sketches include ""Class Reunion,"" ""Nightline,"" ""House Workers,"" ""Entering Penn State,"" ""Seattle Today,"" ""Greyson-Moore,"" ""Gibberish Sergeant,"" ""Fuzzy Memories,"" ""Steve Forbes and the Flies""

18: Teri Hatcher/Dave Matthews Band - Aired: 1996-04-20

Sketches include ""Kazinsky and his Lawyers,"" ""Spade in America,"" ""Spartan Cheerleaders,"" ""The Princess and the Homeboy,"" ""Romantic Music,"" and ""St. Gabriel's Women's Charity for the Needy.""

19: Christine Baranski/The Cure - Aired: 1996-05-11

Sketches include ""Bob Dole Press Conference,"" ""AM Ale,"" ""The Courtney Love Show,"" ""Get Off The Shed!,"" ""20 Years and One Week,"" ""Terminally Ill Amateur Singer,"" ""Spade in America,"" ""Rolf,"" ""Goat Boy,"" ""Personality Alteration,"" ""Lansing Phone Sex,"" ""Fuzzy Memories"".

20: Jim Carrey/Soundgarden - Aired: 1996-05-18

Sketches include: ""Nightline,"" ""Spartan Cheerleaders,"" ""Roxbury Guys,"" ""Overprotective Lifeguard,"" ""I'll See You In Hell,"" ""Spade in America,"" ""The Joe Pesci Show,"" and ""Jimmy Tango's Fat Busters"".

Season 22 (20 Episodes)

1: Tom Hanks/Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Aired: 1996-09-28

Sketches include ""Roxbury Guys,"" ""Spartan Cheerleaders,"" ""Goat Boy,"" ""Mr. Peepers,"" and ""Classic Sing-along with the Drunken Asses.""

2: Lisa Kudrow/Sheryl Crow - Aired: 1996-10-05

Sketches include ""Bob Dole,"" ""Suel Forrester,"" Single and Loving It,"" ""The Randolph Hotel,"" ""Women's Poetry Night,"" and ""Gene the Ex-Convict.""

3: Bill Pullman/New Edition - Aired: 1996-10-19

Sketches include ""Alien Presidential Debate,"" ""AT&T Clerks,"" ""The Rules Show,"" ""John W. Hayward,"" and ""Women's Kickboxing.""

4: Dana Carvey/Dr. Dre - Aired: 1996-10-26

Sketches include ""Russell and Tate: Attorneys at Law,"" ""Larry King Live,"" ""Tom Brokaw,"" ""Johnny Carson and Phil Donahue,"" ""Church Chat,"" and ""Goat Boy.""

5: Chris Rock/The Wallflowers - Aired: 1996-11-02

Sketches include ""Bob Dole and George Bush,"" ""Charles Grodin,"" ""The Dark Side with Nat X,"" and ""The Culps.""

6: Robert Downey Jr./Fiona Apple - Aired: 1996-11-16

Sketches include ""Bob Dole,"" ""Spartan Cheeleaders,"" ""Bill Clinton,"" ""Don King's Press Conference,"" ""Mr. Music,"" ""Musical Cobras and Panthers,"" ""The Delicious Dish,"" ""Mary Katherine Gallagher,"" ""Streets of L.A.,"" and ""Shopping at Home Network.""

7: Phil Hartman/Bush - Aired: 1996-11-23

Sketches include ""The O.J. Trial,"" ""Thanksgiving Song Auditions,"" ""Acting Class,"" ""World War II,"" and ""The Joe Pesci Show.""

8: Martin Short/No Doubt - Aired: 1996-12-07

Live from New York, it's...Tim Meadows Sketches include ""O.J. Simpson,"" ""Celebrity Jeopardy,"" ""Ed Grimley Goes To Heaven,"" ""Roxbury Guys,"" ""Barbara Walters Interviews Jackie Rogers, Jr.,"" ""The Gantner Family Workout,"" ""The Tinseltown Tattler,"" ""Martha Stewart's Topless Christmas,"" and ""Happy Holiday Tales.""

9: Rosie O'Donnell/Whitney Houston - Aired: 1996-12-14

Sketches include ""Bill Clinton and Bob Dole,"" ""Spartan Cheerleaders,"" ""Mary Katherine Gallagher,"" ""Delicious Dish,"" ""Goat Boy,"" ""Rita Delvecchio,"" and ""The Local News with Joe Blow.""

10: Kevin Spacey/Beck - Aired: 1997-01-11

Sketches include ""New Television Rating System,"" ""The Late Show with David Letterman,"" ""Marijuana Doctor,"" ""Star Wars 20th Anniversary,"" ""Janet Reno's Dance Party,"" ""Mr. Peepers,"" ""The Joe Pesci Show,"" ""Pet Shop,"" and ""The Atteburys.""

11: David Alan Grier/Snoop Doggy Dogg - Aired: 1997-01-18

Sketches include ""Bill Clinton Police Line-Up,"" ""Maya Angelou Commercials,"" ""Waiting to Exhale Viewers,"" ""Both Sides with Jesse Jackson,"" ""Wong & Owens,"" and ""Bill Gates and Bill Clinton.""

12: Neve Campbell/David Bowie - Aired: 1997-02-08

Sketches include ""O.J Simpson,"" ""Jackpot,"" ""The Delicious Dish,"" ""Spartan Cheerleaders,"" ""Rolf,"" and ""Adventures of the White Trash Disaster Trailer.""

13: Chevy Chase/Live - Aired: 1997-02-15

Sketches include ""Nightline,"" ""Bill Clinton,"" ""O.J Simpson,"" ""Goat Boy,"" ""Chopper Four.""

14: Alec Baldwin/Tina Turner - Aired: 1997-02-22

Sketches include ""The Late Show with David Letterman,"" ""Roxbury Guys,"" ""Mary Katherine Gallagher,"" ""The Quiet Storm,"" ""The Gossip Show,"" ""Phone Sex Operators,"" ""Yard Sale,"" ""Wong and Owens,"" and ""Bill Brasky.""

15: Sting/Veruca Salt - Aired: 1997-03-15

Sketches include ""Bill Clinton,"" ""Evita,"" ""The Nude Crusade,"" ""Rolf,"" ""The Atteburys,"" ""Kyle DeMarco,"" and ""Race and Racism.""

16: Mike Myers/Aerosmith - Aired: 1997-03-22

Sketches include ""Coffee Talk with Linda Richman,"" ""Mary Katherine Gallagher,"" ""Prime Minister's Questions,"" ""Scottish Soccer Hooligan Weekly,"" and ""Barbara Walters Oscar Special.""

17: Rob Lowe/Spice Girls - Aired: 1997-04-12

Sketches include ""Nightline,"" ""Perspectives,"" ""The Joe Pesci Show,"" ""Goth Talk,"" ""Food, Sex, or Cars?"" and ""La Politica Non Correcto con Ramon Diaz Rojo.""

18: Pamela Lee/Rollins Band - Aired: 1997-04-19

Sketches include ""Janet Reno,"" ""Spartan Cheerleaders,"" ""A&E Biography: Tiger Woods,"" ""Goat Boy,"" and ""Roxbury Guys.""

19: John Goodman/Jewel - Aired: 1997-05-10

Sketches include ""Oprah,"" ""Celebrity Jeopardy,"" ""Suel Forrester,"" ""Eddie Murphy,"" ""The Delicious Dish,"" ""The Culps,"" ""Collette Reardon,"" and ""Bill Brasky.""

20: Jeff Goldblum/En Vogue - Aired: 1997-05-17

Sketches include ""Nightline,"" ""Mary Katherine Gallagher,"" ""Space, the Infinite Frontier,"" ""Kennedy Kapers,"" ""Larry King,"" ""Rock & Roll Fantasy Camp.""

Season 23 (20 Episodes)

1: Sylvester Stallone/Jamiroquai - Aired: 1997-09-27

Sketches include ""Oprah's Book Club,"" ""Rita Delvechio,"" ""Car Accident with Sylvester Stallone,"" ""Roxbury Guys,"" ""Janet Reno,"" ""Computer Store,"" ""Planet Hollywood,"" and ""Lou's Lovely Daughters.""

2: Matthew Perry/Oasis - Aired: 1997-10-04

Sketches include ""Spartan Cheerleaders,"" ""Celebrity Jeopardy,"" ""Sarcasm 101,"" ""The Ladies' Man,"" ""Space the Infinite Frontier with Harry Caray,"" ""Goat Boy,"" ""Friends,"" and ""Good Morning with Liza.""

3: Brendan Fraser/Bjork - Aired: 1997-10-18

Sketches include ""Janet Reno,"" ""Xena: Warrior Princess,"" ""Issues,"" ""Delicious Dish,"" ""Crazy Lady Gets Prescription Filled,"" and ""Mango.""

4: Chris Farley/The Mighty Mighty Bosstones - Aired: 1997-10-25

Sketches include ""Farley Gets Permission to Host,"" ""Morning Latte,"" ""Mary Katherine Gallagher,"" ""Matt Foley: Motivational Speaker,"" ""Goth Talk,"" ""The Sally Show,"" ""Monday Night Football Song,"" ""Superfans,"" and ""El Niño.""

5: Jon Lovitz/Jane's Addiction - Aired: 1997-11-08

Sketches include ""Rival Billionaires,"" ""Fred the Baker,"" ""Larry King's Wedding,"" ""Win a Year with Jewel,"" ""The Ladies' Man,"" ""The Late Show with David Letterman,"" and ""The Robin Byrd Show,"" and ""Save Our Nanny."" Jane's Addiction performs ""Jane Says.""

6: Claire Danes/Mariah Carey - Aired: 1997-11-15

Sketches include ""Bill and Hillary Clinton,"" ""Barry Scheck's Apartment,"" ""The View,"" ""The Culps,"" ""Peter Pan,"" ""Mr. Peepers,"" ""CEO Dreamboats Magazine,"" and ""The Louvre.""

7: Rudy Giuliani/Sarah McLachlan - Aired: 1997-11-22

Sketches include ""Rudy Giuliani and Colin Quinn,"" ""Nightline with Saddam Hussein,"" ""Rita Delvechio,"" ""Mary Katherine Gallagher,"" ""The Joe Pesci Show,"" ""Friggin' Giuliani,"" ""Janet Reno's Dance Party,"" ""Colin Quinn Explains the New York Times,"" and ""Perspectives.""

8: Nathan Lane/Metallica - Aired: 1997-12-06

Sketches include ""Well Babies Tragedy,"" ""Spartan Cheerleaders,"" ""The Quiet Storm,"" ""Sister Wendy Beckett's Art Odyssey,"" ""The History of Vaudeville,"" ""Vance and Miss Milo,"" and ""Santa Claus the Ex-Convict.""

9: Helen Hunt/Hanson - Aired: 1997-12-19

Sketches include ""The Culps,"" ""Delicious Dish,"" ""The Ladies' Man,"" ""Baseball Wish,"" ""Roxbury Guys,"" ""Joan Rivers,"" ""Burt Renolds Christmas,"" ""ChristmaSoft with Bill Gates,"" and ""Hanson in an Elevator.""

10: Samuel L. Jackson/Ben Folds Five - Aired: 1998-01-10

Live From New York, it's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include: The Clinton Movie, Lemon Glow, Publisher's Clearing House Go To The Ghetto, Quentin Tarantino's ""Pulp Fiction"" Auditions, Jazzterpieces, Judge Judy, TV Funhouse: George Clooney's ""Speed Racer"", Black People on the Titanic, Mango and Monroe, The Weston Collection, The Learning Annex, and The Playboy Channel Ben Folds Five performs: ""Brick""

11: Sarah Michelle Gellar/Portishead - Aired: 1998-01-17

Sketches include ""Ted Kazinsky,"" ""The View,"" ""John Gray's Inspirational Tapes,"" ""Dysfunctional Family Argues Over Dinner,"" ""CBS World of Sports,"" ""Goth Talk,"" ""The Robin Byrd Show,"" and ""The Tiger Beat Ultra Super Duper Dreamy Love Show.""

12: John Goodman/Paula Cole - Aired: 1998-02-07

Sketches include ""Linda Tripp and Monica Lewinsky,"" ""Morning Latte,"" ""The Ten Commandments with Bill Clinton,"" ""CBS Olympics,"" ""Emeril Live,"" ""Judge Judy,"" ""Martha Stewart,"" ""Sabado Chistoso,"" ""When Cobras Attack,"" and ""Storytellers with Neil Diamond.""

13: Roma Downey/Missy Elliot - Aired: 1998-02-14

Sketches include ""Nightline,"" ""The Culps,"" ""Press Conference with Catherine II,"" ""Martha Stewart Living,"" ""CBS Olympics,"" ""Riding My Donkey: Political Talk Show,"" ""Fran,"" ""The Ladies' Man,"" and ""Lou's Lovely Daughters.""

14: Garth Brooks (1) - Aired: 1998-02-28

Sketches include ""Larry King Live,"" ""Mary Katherine Gallagher,"" ""The Celine Dion Show,"" ""Party of Five,"" ""Re-Enactment Awards,"" ""Spartan Cheerleaders,"" ""Issues,"" and ""College Singers.""

15: Scott Wolf/Natalie Imbruglia - Aired: 1998-03-07

Sketches include ""Titanic,"" ""Delicious Dish,"" ""The Ladies' Man,"" ""Barbara Walters,"" ""TV Funhouse: Conspiracy Theory Rock"", ""Pretty Living,"" ""Terrence Maddox in Art Class,"" ""Liza,"" and ""Shirtless Bible Salesman."" The NBC and syndicated reruns of this episode do not have the TV Funhouse: Conspiracy Theory Rock cartoon.

16: Julianne Moore/Backstreet Boys - Aired: 1998-03-14

Sketches include ""Viewers Choose Clinton Coverage,"" ""Alice in Wonderland,"" ""Morning Latte,"" ""Goth Talk,"" ""Stuff We Made,"" ""Judge Judy,"" ""Job Interviews,"" and ""I Took a Gay Guy to the Prom.""

17: Steve Buscemi/Third Eye Blind - Aired: 1998-04-04

Sketches include ""Martha Stewart,"" ""Name That Dog!,"" ""The Culps,"" ""Restaurant,"" ""House of Dogs,"" ""Nightline,"" ""Pirate Ship,"" and ""The Robin Byrd Show.""

18: Greg Kinnear/All Saints - Aired: 1998-04-11

Sketches include ""The Ladies' Man,"" ""The View,"" ""The Zimmermans,"" ""Pretty Living,"" ""The Celine Dion Show,"" ""Prime Minister's Questions,"" ""Limousine Rides,"" and ""Comic Minds.""

19: Matthew Broderick/Natalie Merchant - Aired: 1998-05-02

Sketches include ""Janet Reno,"" ""Spartan Cheerleaders,"" ""Celebrity Jeopardy,"" ""Mango,"" ""Oprah Meets Goat Boy,"" and ""To the Moon and Back.""

20: David Duchovny/Puff Daddy - Aired: 1998-05-09

Sketches include ""Janet Reno,"" ""Spartan Cheerleaders,"" ""Celebrity Jeopardy,"" ""Mango,"" ""Oprah Meets Goat Boy,"" and ""To the Moon and Back.""

Season 24 (19 Episodes)

1: Cameron Diaz/Smashing Pumpkins - Aired: 1998-09-26

Live from New York, it's...Tim Meadows Sketches include ""Oprah 2002: Clinton Scandal Reunion,"" ""MasterCard"", ""Oops! I Crapped My Pants"", ""SNL: The Best of the First 20 Minutes"", ""The View,"" ""The Ladies' Man,"" ""TV Funhouse: Clinton Scandal Outtakes"", ""Gap I: Bill Clinton"", ""Gap II: Hillary Clinton"", ""Gap III: Kenneth Starr"", ""The New Hollywood Squares,"" ""Roxbury Guys Meets The Fenstruk Brothers,"" ""Bad Witch's Brew,"" ""Maakies: The Suicidal Crow"", ""A Message From The Spice Girls"", and ""Jingleheimer Junction."" Smashing Pumpkins perform: ""Perfect""

2: Kelsey Grammer/Sheryl Crow - Aired: 1998-10-03

Live from New York, it's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""Bedtime At The White House,"" ""KCF Shredders"", ""Maakies: The Mermaid Rat"", ""Delicious Dish,"" ""Big Bernard and His Father,"" ""Thinking About Burriots,"" ""Mr. Peepers In London,"" ""Morning Latte,"" ""Hello Dolly,"" ""The Best of Horatio Sanz/The Best of Dan Aykroyd"", ""Baywatch Director"", ""Terry Fergusen Campaign Commercial"" and ""ESPN2 Lumberjack Coverage."" Sheryl Crow performs: My Favorite Mistake

3: Lucy Lawless/Elliott Smith - Aired: 1998-10-17

Sketches include ""Republicans Plan for the Future,"" ""Judge Judy,"" ""History of Presidential Scandals,"" ""The White House,"" ""Stevie Nicks,"" ""Antonia Banderas,"" ""A&E Biography: Sean ""Puffy"" Combs,"" ""Terrance Maddox,"" ""Goth Talk,"" and ""The Culps.""

4: Ben Stiller/Alanis Morissette - Aired: 1998-10-24

Live from New York, it's...Ben Stiller (falling off the roof of 30 Rock) Sketches include: Lorne Michaels Fights Ben Stiller, Celebrity Jeopardy, Pretty Living, TV Funhouse: Hete-Roy, The Zimmermans' Halloween Party, Real Stories of the Highway Patrol, Still Living With His Parents, Steve Wynn's Bellagio Hotel and Casino, and Cointreau/Mason Alanis Morrissette performs: Thank U and Baba

5: David Spade/Eagle-Eye Cherry - Aired: 1998-11-07

Sketches include ""David Spade In Therapy,"" ""The Mercury Mistress"", ""Accruing Equity and Making Hot Sweet Love"", ""Monica Lewinsky's Interview Auditions,"" ""The Sergeant,"" ""Mango,"" ""Happy Birthday Grandma,"" ""Felicity,"" ""Talk Radio with Dr. Laura Schlesinger,"" and ""Bachelor Party Rules"". Eagle Eye Cherry performs: ""Save Tonight""

6: Joan Allen/Jewel - Aired: 1998-11-14

Sketches include ""Bill Clinton and Newt Gingrich,"" ""VH1 Spirituality Awards,"" ""Suel,"" ""Space the Infinite Frontier with Harry Caray,"" ""Learning with Jennifer Tilly,"" ""New York is Great,"" and ""Tarmac Talk.""

7: Jennifer Love Hewitt/Beastie Boys - Aired: 1998-11-21

Sketches include ""Monica Lewinsky and Linda Tripp,"" ""The Ladies' Man,"" ""Celine Dion,"" ""Antonio Banderas,"" ""Spartan Cheerleaders,"" ""Mary Katherine Gallagher,"" ""Let's Make it Happen,"" and ""Saddam Hussein.""

8: Vince Vaughn/Lauryn Hill - Aired: 1998-12-05

Sketches include ""House Judiciaries Oral Sexperts,"" ""Dog Show,"" ""Mr. Peepers,"" ""What Marriage is Like to Guys,"" ""John Lennon and Jerry Garcia Memorials,"" ""Exxon and Mobil Mergers,"" ""Norman Bates and His Mother,"" ""Pimp Chat,"" and ""Delco Cat Toys.""

9: Alec Baldwin/Luciano Pavarotti - Aired: 1998-12-12

Sketches include ""A Message From The President,"" ""Morning Latte,"" ""Six-Year-Old Cassidy,"" ""Delicious Dish,"" ""Bill Clinton's Impeachment Hearings,"" ""10-10-1776-5-28-1830-242-3-316-68-22"", ""TV Funhouse: The Harlem Globetrotters"", and ""Talkin' About Bill Brasky.""

10: Bill Paxton/Beck - Aired: 1999-01-09

Sketches include ""Gingrich and Livingston,"" ""The View,"" ""The Culps,"" ""Titanic Lost Ending,"" ""Fat Albert,"" ""NewsForce,"" ""Postal Services,"" ""Fantastic Voyage,"" and ""Extreme Hunting.""

11: James Van Der Beek/Everlast - Aired: 1999-01-16

Sketches include ""Clinton and Flynt,"" ""Spelling Bee Finals,"" ""7 Degrees Celsius,"" ""Dog Show,"" ""Harry Connick Jr.,"" ""The War Abroad and at Home,"" ""Frankenstein,"" and ""Maria and Anthony.""

12: Gwyneth Paltrow/Barenaked Ladies - Aired: 1999-02-06

Live From New York, it's Gloating Time (by Darrell Hammond) Sketches include ""A Message From Bill Clinton,"" ""E!'s Impeachment Coverage,"" ""Mary Katherine Gallagher Joins The Black Angels,"" ""Mindy and Skye At A Hippie Bar,"" ""Healey Family Voices,"" ""TV Funhouse: The X-Presidents"", ""Behind The Music: Joan Jett,"" ""Behind The Music: John Oates"", ""Judge Rehnquist vs. the Partisan Issues"", ""A&E Biography"", ""Staten Island Nurses"", ""Behind The Music: Colin Hay"", and ""NBC Nightly News: Hardcore Rock."" Barenaked Ladies perform ""It's All Been Done""

13: Brendan Fraser/Busta Rhymes - Aired: 1999-02-13

Sketches include ""Linda Tripp Interview,"" ""Judge Judy,"" ""Bioflex"", ""Turn On The Ozzie,"" ""TV Funhouse: Jewel's Poetry"", ""The Zimmermans,"" ""You're A Champion, Charlie Brown,"" ""The Food Network: Two Fat Ladies,"" and ""Male Prostitute Meets Carrie, The Old Navy Lady."" Busta Rhymes (with special guest, The Roots) performs: ""Gimmie Some More"" and ""Tear The Roof Off""

14: Bill Murray/Lucinda Williams - Aired: 1999-02-20

Live From New York, it's...The Ladies' Man Sketches include ""The Ladies' Man,"" ""The Yahtzee Party,"" ""Swill"" (rerun from season three), ""Male Knicks' City Dancers,"" ""The Quotable Caddyshack,"" ""Morning Latte,"" ""His Parents Were Eaten By Bears,"" ""The Third Eye Bookstore,"" and ""Steve Baxter, Hollywood Gynecologist."" Lucinda Williams performs: ""Can't Let Go"" and ""Too Cool To Be Forgotten""

15: Ray Romano/The Corrs - Aired: 1999-03-13

Sketches include ""Barbara Walters,"" ""ESPN SportsCenter,"" ""Robert Benigni,"" ""Pimp Chat,"" ""Suel Forrester,"" ""Crying Office Guys,"" and ""Quit Judging My Dreams.""

16: Drew Barrymore/Garbage - Aired: 1999-03-20

Sketches include ""E! Oscar Pre-Show,"" ""Celebrity Jeopardy,"" ""Banana Republic,"" ""Antonio Banderas,"" ""Dog Show,"" and ""Terence Maddox.""

17: John Goodman/Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (2) - Aired: 1999-04-10

Sketches include ""Bill Clinton,"" ""Arthur Dugan"" ""Shaun Mondavi Vineyards,"" ""Bobby Wraps it Up,"" ""Hello Dolly,"" ""Santa Clause,"" ""Happy Smile Patrol,"" and ""The Roadside Brothel.""

18: Cuba Gooding Jr./Ricky Martin - Aired: 1999-05-08

Sketches include ""Bill Clinton,"" ""NBC Miniseries,"" ""Pretty Living,"" ""The Ladies' Man,"" and ""Mango.""

19: Sarah Michelle Gellar/Backstreet Boys - Aired: 1999-05-15

Live From New York, it's...Will Ferrell (in a bald cap) and Ana Gasteyer Sketches include ""The Culps At A Graduation Ceremony,"" ""The Tiger Beat Ultra Super Dreamy Love Show,"" ""The Zimmermans' Summer Cabin,"" ""Get On The Bag!,"" ""TV Funhouse: The Ginsburg Gang"", ""MTV's Shame Attack,"" ""Channel 5's Sunday Matinee: Dusty's Love,"" ""Nickelodeon Press Conference,"" ""Holding Your Own Boobs Magazine"", and ""Brian Fellow's Safari Planet."" Backstreet Boys perform: ""I Want It That Way"" and ""All I Have To Give""

Season 25 (20 Episodes)

1: Jerry Seinfeld/David Bowie - Aired: 1999-10-02

Sketches include ""Ross Perot,"" ""Morning Latte,"" ""Mary Katherine Gallagher,"" ""Action 8 News Watch,"" ""Oz,"" and ""Alive or Dead?""

2: Heather Graham/Marc Anthony - Aired: 1999-10-16

Sketches include ""Al Gore and George W. Bush,"" ""The Zimmermans,"" ""The Ladies' Man,"" ""Hans and Franz,"" ""VH1 Net Aid,"" ""Dog Show, and ""Blair Witch Parody.""

3: Norm MacDonald/Dr. Dre - Aired: 1999-10-23

Sketches include ""Rudy Giuliani,"" ""Martha Stewart Living,"" ""Yankees History,"" ""Celebrity Jeopardy,"" ""NBC Crosstalk,"" ""Larry King,"" ""Michael Jaxon,"" and ""Inside the Actor's Studio.""

4: Dylan McDermott/Foo Fighters - Aired: 1999-11-06

Sketches include ""The Practice,"" ""The Jim Gray Show,"" ""Early Show,"" ""The Culps,"" ""Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?,"" ""Mango,"" ""Colette Reardon,"" ""State Lotto Drawing,"" and ""Disbelieving Mom.""

5: Garth Brooks (2) - Aired: 1999-11-13

Sketches include ""Gun Convention,"" ""James Bond,"" ""Hickory Farms Audio Visual Project,"" ""Tracy Morgan and Garth Brooks,"" ""Warner Lambert/America Home Products Merger,"" ""Express Flowers,"" ""Mango,"" ""Devil Can't Wrte No Love Songs,"" ""Simma Da Na,"" and ""WXLU News.""

6: Jennifer Aniston/Sting - Aired: 1999-11-20

Sketches include ""Who Wants to be the President?,"" ""Pretty Living,"" ""Nick Burns,"" ""Mr. Peepers,"" ""Pokémon Parents,"" and ""Roberta.""

7: Christina Ricci/Beck - Aired: 1999-12-04

Sketches include ""Bill Clinton,"" ""Spartan Cheerleaders,"" ""So This is Channukah,"" ""Who Wants to Eat?,"" ""Taxi Cab Confessions,"" ""Goth Talk,"" ""Sally Jesse Raphael,"" and ""Tribute to Madeline Kahn.""

8: Danny DeVito/R.E.M. - Aired: 1999-12-11

Sketches include ""Tom Brokaw and Arnold Schwarzenegger,"" ""Delicious Dish,"" ""Mango,"" ""Boston Teens,"" ""The Ladies' Man,"" ""Rockette's Auditions,"" and ""Not My Baby!""

9: Jamie Foxx/Blink 182 - Aired: 2000-01-08

Live from New York, it's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include: Hillary's Departure, Hamburger Helper Anti-Bacterial, Puff Daddy and J.Lo in Therapy, The Prisoners, A Message From John Goodman, Nick Burns, Backstage SNL: Tracy Morgan and Jamie Foxx, Showtime At The Apollo, Stereotypically Jeffrey, and A Martin Luther King, Jr. Moment Blink-182 performs: All The Small Things and What's My Age Again?

10: Freddie Prinze Jr./Macy Gray - Aired: 2000-01-15

Live from New York, it's...a singing Chris Kattan Sketches include: NBC Special Report: Elian Gonzales, Colonel Belmont's Old-Fashioned Horse Glue, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?, Boy Band Blowout 2000, Monica Lewinsky for Jenny Craig, Ugly Models, The Bad Doctor, The Sopranos, Charlie Rose, The Giffords, and Flacko And Teddy's World of Martin Luther King Day Trees Macy Gray performs: I Try and Why Didn't You Call Me

11: Alan Cumming/Jennifer Lopez - Aired: 2000-02-05

Live From New York, it's...Chris Parnell! Sketches include: ""Breakfast in New Hampshire,"" ""Uncle Jemima's Down Home Mash Liquor,"" ""VH-1's Fried Chicken Fields Forever,"" ""The Culps,"" ""Dog Show,"" ""The Heat Is On"" (film), ""Siegfried and Roy,"" and ""Hello Dolly!."" Jennifer Lopez performed ""Waiting For Tonight"" and ""Feelin' So Good.""

12: Julianna Margulies/DMX - Aired: 2000-02-12

Sketches include ""Bill and Hillary Clinton,"" ""Regurgitating Family,"" ""E! News Daily,"" ""Simma Da Na,"" ""Crocodile Hunter,"" ""Erectile Dysfunction/Tootsie Roll Add,"" ""Jessica Simpson,"" and ""Bloder Brothers.""

13: Ben Affleck/Fiona Apple - Aired: 2000-02-19

Sketches include ""Peanuts,"" ""Mango,"" ""Party,"" ""Frett's Film Forum,"" ""Fanatic,"" ""The Zimmermans,"" ""Cop Training,"" and ""Who Wants to Be Groped by an $11,000-aire?""

14: Joshua Jackson/N*Sync - Aired: 2000-03-11

Sketches include ""Tom Brokaw, Bernard Shaw, and Ted Koppel,"" ""Replacing Kathie Lee Gifford,"" ""Wedding Singers,"" ""7 Degrees Celcius,"" ""Frat Boys,"" ""Book Discussion,"" ""Colette Reardon,"" and ""Threesome.""

15: The Rock/AC/DC - Aired: 2000-03-18

Live From New York, it's...Vince McMahon Sketches include ""Backstage SNL: Vince McMahon Warns the Wrestlers,"" ""The Ladies' Man,"" ""Mr. Peepers' Father,"" ""Morning Latte,"" ""Nicotrel/WWF Wrestlers Beat Up Chris Parnell,"" ""The Goombahs,"" ""Today's Lady"", and ""Colonel Belmont's Horse Glue"" AC/DC performs ""Stiff Upper Lip"" and ""You Shook Me (All Night Long).""

16: Christopher Walken/Christina Aguilera - Aired: 2000-04-08

Live from New York, it's...Dana Carvey (as George Bush, Sr.) Sketches include ""George Bush and Son,"" ""Behind the Music: Blue Oyster Cult,"" ""Elian Gonzalez Musical,"" ""The Continental,"" ""Thanks, Viagra,"" ""Jenny Jones,"" ""The Census Taker,"" and ""Miss Greenwood Hills Beauty Pageant."" Christina Aguilera performs: ""I Turn To You"", ""At Last"", and ""What A Girl Wants"".

17: Tobey Maguire/Sisqo - Aired: 2000-04-18

Live From New York, it's...Tobey Maguire Sketches include ""Bedtime At SNL,"" ""Celebrity Jeopardy,"" ""Nadeen At Burger Castle,"" ""Inside the Actor's Studio,"" ""The Atteburys' Tennis Lesson,"" ""Stavenhagen's Pawn Shop,"" ""Raspberry Soda and Porn Magazines"", ""The Flexible Yoga Student"", and ""West Link"" Sisqo performs: ""The Thong Song"" NBC and syndicated reruns replace Sisqo's performance with a dress rehearsal because in the live show version, Sisqo's microphone went dead.

18: John Goodman/Neil Young - Aired: 2000-05-06

Live From New York, it's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""Who Want to Be a Millionaire?/Time Warner Attacks Disney,"" ""Platinum Mach 14,"" ""Wanna Be a VJ-3,"" ""Adele The Sleazy Office Flirt,"" ""TV Funhouse: The Life of an SNL Catchphrase,"" ""Christopher Lowell Show,"" ""Rock 'N Roll Heaven,"" and ""Bloder Brothers Get Arrested."" Neil Young performs: ""Razor Love"" and ""Silver and Gold""

19: Britney Spears (1) - Aired: 2000-05-13

Live From New York, it's...Ana Gasteyer Sketches include: ""A Message From Giuliani"", ""Gap Fat"", ""Morning Latte"", ""Boston Teens' Field Trip"", ""TV Funhouse: The Ambiguously Gay Duo"", ""Clinton Scandal Commemorative Plates"", ""Homeless Woodrow Meets Britney Spears"", ""The DeMarco Brothers"", ""DeAndra Wells' Comeback Tour"", and ""Uncle Jemima's Mash Liquor"" The host/musical guest sings: ""Oops...I Did It Again"" and ""Don't Let Me Be The Last To Know""

20: Jackie Chan/Kid Rock - Aired: 2000-05-20

Live From New York, it's...Florence Henderson, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Gina Gershon, and Tim Meadows Sketches include: ""The Ladies' Man Dating Game"", ""Nick Burns"", ""The Culps"", ""TV Funhouse: Fun With Some Real Audio--Madonna's Video Shoot"", ""The Zimmermans At The Golf Course"", ""Digging To The Center of the Earth"", ""Calgon"", and ""Legends In Concert"" Kid Rock performs: American Bad-Ass and Only God Knows Why The NBC rerun replaces the ""Zimmermans At The Golf Course"" sketch with an SNL mini-film by Adam McKay called ""The Procedure"" starring Willem Dafoe and Andy Richter.

Season 26 (20 Episodes)

1: Rob Lowe/Eminem - Aired: 2000-10-07

Live From New York, it's...Chris Parnell Sketches include The First Presidential Debate, Corn Chip Nails, Backstage SNL: Rob Lowe Meets Ralph Nader, Scooby Doo and Shaggy on Court TV, Monday Night Football, Blind Date At The Airport, Dream Team 2000, Chris Kattan Olympic Profile, and Dateline. Eminem performed Stan (with Dido) and The Real Slim Shady.

2: Kate Hudson/Radiohead - Aired: 2000-10-14

Live From New York, it's...Chris Parnell (again!) Sketches include "The Second Presidential Debate", "College Girl's Wild Spring Break", "TV Funhouse: The X-Presidents", "Inside The Actor's Studio: Drew Barrymore", "The Boston Teens Meet Nomar", "Meet The Press", "Japanese Laverne and Shirley (Rabun to Shuri)", and "Vote Sober 2000". Radiohead performs: "The National Anthem" and "Idioteque".

3: Dana Carvey/The Wallflowers - Aired: 2000-10-21

Live From New York, it's...Dana Carvey Sketches include: "The Third Presidental Debate", "Magic Mouth", "Delicious Dish", "Church Chat", "Bush Sr. and Bush Jr. Go Hunting", "VH-1 Vogue Fashion Awards", and "Ching Chang's Chicken Play". The Wallflowers perform: "Sleepwalker" and "Hand Me Down" (a third performance is done by guest Baha Men)

4: Charlize Theron/Paul Simon - Aired: 2000-11-04

Live From New York, it's...Will Ferrell Sketches include: "A Glimpse of our Possible Future: George W. Bush", "TRL", "A Glimpse of our Possible Future: Al Gore and Bill Clinton", "Goth Talk: The Blair Witch Tour", "TV Funhouse: The All-New Adventures of Mr. T", "Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe On 'The Seven Year Itch'", "Sex Therapy With Mr. Peepers", "A Glimpse of our Possible Future: Ralph Nader", "The DeMarco Brothers Audition For Paul Simon", "Robert Goulet's Rap Album", and "The Perverted Spanish Singers" Paul Simon performs: "Hurricane Eye" and "Old"

5: Calista Flockhart/Ricky Martin - Aired: 2000-11-05

S26E05 (11/11/2000) was originally mis-identified as Presidential Bash (S00E36, air date 11/3/2000)

6: Tom Green/David Gray - Aired: 2000-11-18

Sketches include ""Decision 2000,"" ""Bald Eagles,"" ""Rap Street,"" ""Lorne and Tom in a Tub,"" ""Hardball,"" ""Dog Show,"" ""Oprah,"" ""Story Tellers,"" ""TV Funhouse: Sex and the Country"", ""Rock Around the Clock,"" and ""Tom and Drew's Wedding."" The NBC rerun replaces the ""Sex and the Country"" TV Funhouse with the one from the Charlize Theron episode where Mr. T lands a job doing a tampon commercial.

7: Val Kilmer/U2 - Aired: 2000-12-09

Live From New York, it's...Chris Parnell Sketches include: Gore's Lawsuit, Wade Blasingame: Dog Lawyer, Behind The Music, Palm Beach, Veronica and Co., Seasons Greetings From SNL, Doing Voices, The Tyson Bros., and Corn Chip Nails (from the Rob Lowe/Eminem and Dido episode) U2 performs: ""Beautiful Day"" and ""Elevation""

8: Lucy Liu/Jay-Z - Aired: 2000-12-16

Sketches include ""George W. Bush and Al Gore at Chi-Chi's,"" ""Gemini's Twin,"" ""Celebrity Jeopardy,"" ""Pretty Living,"" ""Jarret's Room,"" ""Christmas Ornaments,"" and ""Robert Goulet Rap.""

9: Charlie Sheen/Nelly Furtado - Aired: 2001-01-13

Sketches include ""Dick Cheney,"" ""Iron Chef,"" ""Eric Dickerson's NFL Pre-Game Special,"" ""The Culps,"" ""Patsy March,"" ""Giving Birth to a Grown Man,"" ""T.G.I. Friday's Obnoxious Waiter,"" and ""Charlie and Fleisy.""

10: Mena Suvari/Lenny Kravitz - Aired: 2001-01-20

Sketches include ""Bill Clinton,"" ""Airport Metal Detector,"" ""Janet Reno's Dance Party, ""Rap Street,"" ""Veronica & Co.,"" and ""The DeMarco Brothers.""

11: Jennifer Lopez - Aired: 2001-02-10

Sketches include ""Will Ferrell and Jennifer Lopez,"" ""Mango,"" ""Gemini's Twin,"" ""Fly Girls,"" ""Good Morning Bronx,"" ""Jeanie Darcy,"" and ""Lana Thornberry.""

12: Sean Hayes/Shaggy - Aired: 2001-02-17

Sketches include ""George W. Bush,"" ""Delicious Dish,"" ""Hardball,"" ""Jeffrey's,"" ""Hello Dolly,"" ""Fashion Week,"" ""Action News,"" ""Mary Katherine Gallagher,"" ""Brian Fellow's Safari Planet,"" and ""Talkin' 'Bout 'Ginas.""

13: Katie Holmes/Dave Matthews Band - Aired: 2001-02-24

Sketches include ""The Clinton Family,"" ""Mr. Peepers,"" ""Drew Barrymore and Tom Green,"" ""Lovers,"" ""Jarret's Room,"" ""Tough as Nails,"" and ""Cruise Ship Lovers.""

14: Conan O'Brien/Don Henley - Aired: 2001-03-10

Live from New York, it's...Will Ferrell Sketches include: Bush's Good Health, Subshack, The Boston Teens At The Liquor Store, Moleculo: The Molecular Man, Napster Testimony, Taint-less Ted, Find The Black People At The Knicks Game, VH-1 Diva-Thon, Democratic National Committee, and Sports Century: The White Boxer Don Henley performs: ""Everything is Different Now"" and ""Heart of the Matter"" (the second performance was cut on the NBC rerun and replaced with a DeMarco Bros. sketch where Chris Parnell, Chris Kattan, and Conan O'Brien audition for Don Henley)

15: Julia Stiles/Aerosmith - Aired: 2001-03-17

Sketches include ""Martha Stewart Living,"" ""Wake Up Wakefield,"" ""Post Office Security,"" ""Suel Forrester,"" ""Foreign Cleaning Ladies,"" ""Amateur Night,"" and ""Der Lachlen Berrherscht.""

16: Alec Baldwin/Coldplay - Aired: 2001-04-07

Sketches include ""George W. Bush,"" ""Delicious Dish,"" ""Military Soldier,"" ""Inside the Actor's Studio,"" ""Robert Goulet,"" ""Democrats.""

17: Renee Zellweger/Eve - Aired: 2001-04-14

Sketches include ""The Culps,"" ""Jerry Maguire 2,"" ""Hardball,"" ""A Wedding Story,"" ""Blind Date,"" and ""Crazy Doctor.""

18: Pierce Brosnan/Destiny's Child - Aired: 2001-05-05

Sketches include ""George W. Bush,"" ""Gemini's Twin,"" ""The Weakest Link,"" ""Jeffrey's,"" ""Psycho Boss,"" ""The West Wing,"" ""The Soldiers of World War II,"" and ""Paradise Lounge.""

19: Lara Flynn Boyle/Bon Jovi - Aired: 2001-05-12

Live From New York, it's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""A Message From Mayor Giuliani,"" ""Leon Loves Mango,"" ""Hardball,"" ""The Continental,"" ""Porch Lovers,"" ""Dirty Centaur Job Interview,"" ""TV Funhouse: The Anatominals/Lorne Michaels and The Devil"", ""Memorial Day Song"", and ""Badger Up The Boss's Butt"" Weezer performs: ""Hash Pipe"" and ""Island on the Sun""

20: Christopher Walken/Weezer - Aired: 2001-05-19

Live From New York, it's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""A Message From Mayor Giuliani,"" ""Leon Loves Mango,"" ""Hardball,"" ""The Continental,"" ""Porch Lovers,"" ""Dirty Centaur Job Interview,"" ""TV Funhouse: The Anatominals/Lorne Michaels and The Devil"", ""Memorial Day Song"", and ""Badger Up The Boss's Butt"" Weezer performs: ""Hash Pipe"" and ""Island on the Sun""

Season 27 (20 Episodes)

1: Reese Witherspoon/Alicia Keys - Aired: 2001-09-29

Live From New York, It's...Mayor Rudolph Giuliani Sketches include: ""9/11 Tribute"", ""Wake Up, Wakefield!,"" ""Preparation-H,"" ""The Little Mermaid,"" ""The Culps,"" ""Celebrity Jeopardy,"" ""Farting Baby,"" and ""Donatella Versace's Kids' Songs."" Alicia Keys performed ""Fallin'"" and ""A Woman's Worth."" Paul Simon performed ""The Boxer.""

2: Seann William Scott/Sum 41 - Aired: 2001-10-06

Live From New York, It's...Will Ferrell Sketches include: Bush Warns bin Laden, Law and Order: Parking Violations Movement, Snotty Department Store Guys, Emmy Awards Pre-Show, Jarrett's Room, The Patriotic Co-Worker, The ""How Do You Say? Ah, Yes"" Show, The Approval Center, and The Porn Star Blind Date Sum 41 performs: ""Fat Lip"" and ""In Too Deep""

3: Drew Barrymore/Macy Gray - Aired: 2001-10-13

Live From New York, It's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""A Message from Dick Cheney,"" ""Crossing Over with John Edwards,"" ""Jacuzzi Lovers,"" ""Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory: Collector's Edition DVD"", ""First Liberty Savings Bank,"" ""Action Talk Show"", ""Post-9/11-Edited King Kong Movie,"" and ""Whole Latte Love, The Lesbian Bar."" Macy Gray performs: ""Sexual Revolution"" and ""Sweet Baby""

4: John Goodman/Ja Rule - Aired: 2001-11-03

Live From New York, It's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include: ""MSNBC: Ashcroft's Press Conference,"" ""Hudson Valley Community Circuit,"" ""Herbal Essences For Men,"" ""E.P.T Pregnancy Kit"", ""Liberty Medical Supplies,"" ""She's The Girl with No Gaydar,"" ""CBS News Anthrax Update,"" ""HBO America Undercover,"" ""Bad Conceptual Theater with Leonard Pinth-Garnell,"" and ""Amateur Sleuths."" Ja Rule performs: ""Always On Time"" (with Ashanti) and ""Livin' It Up"" (by himself)

5: Gwyneth Paltrow/Ryan Adams - Aired: 2001-11-10

Live From New York, It's...Will Ferrell (speaking Arabic) Sketches include ""George W. Bush's Arab Myths,"" ""Boston Teens' School Dance,"" ""Gemini's Twin Weekend,"" ""The Atteburys,"" ""Dysfunctional Family Dinner,"" ""Mango and Gwyneth,"", ""TV Funhouse: Michael Jackson"", ""My Big Thick Novel"", and ""Fiesta Politica."" The Michael Jackson TV Funhouse is replaced on the NBC rerun with a TV Funhouse: Fun With Real Audio about Pat Robertson. Also: Ryan Adams's second performance and a sketch featuring Dean Edwards and Tracy Morgan were cut after dress rehearsal.

6: Billy Bob Thornton/Creed - Aired: 2001-11-17

Live From New York, It's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""Donald Rumsfeld's Defense Press Briefing,"" ""The Gay Pilgrim,"" ""Nick Burns and His Father,"" ""Brian Fellow's Safari Planet,"" ""Inside The Actor's Studio: Billy Bob Thorton"", ""SNL War Party"", ""A Farmer and His Fenced-In Area"", ""E.P.T Pregnancy Test"" (repeat from the John Goodman/Ja Rule feat. Ashanti episode), ""My Big Thick Novel"", and ""Martha Stewart's Patriotic Thanksgiving."" Creed performs: ""My Sacrifice"" and ""Bullets"" A ""Hello Dolly"" sketch was scheduled to air, but got cut due to time constraints

7: Derek Jeter/Bubba Sparxxx & Shakira - Aired: 2001-12-01

Live From New York, It's...Will Ferrell Sketches include: George W. Bush's 'You Might Be A Terrorist...', Preparation H (repeat from the Reese Witherspoon/Alicia Keys episode), Muchas Iglesias, The Baseball Wives, Store Clerk's Masseuse Fantasy, Dissing Your Dog, Derek Jeter's Taco Hole, Dealing With Mom and Dad, Osama's Pep Talk, Male Perms, SNL Holiday Song, and My Big Thick Novel Shakira performs: ""Wherever, Whenever"" Bubba Sparxxx performs: ""Ugly"" and ""Lovely""

8: Hugh Jackman/Mick Jagger - Aired: 2001-12-08

Live From New York, It's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""Gore's White House Call,"" ""Jarret's Room,"" ""The Robert Goulet All-Holiday Special,"" ""Sears Family Photographers,"" ""Hello Dolly,"" ""Backstage SNL: Mick Jagger's Reflection,"" ""Superman and His Parents,"" ""Donatella Versace,"" and ""Hugh Jackman's 'The Christmas Kangaroo'."" Mick Jagger performs: ""God Gave Me Everything"" and ""Visions of Paradise""

9: Ellen DeGeneres/No Doubt - Aired: 2001-12-15

Live From New York, It's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""CBS News Special Report: Osama bin Laden Video,"" ""The Culps At The Oakhurst Mall,"" ""Kitty Singleton: Federal Agent,"" ""TV Funhouse: The Narrator Who Ruined Christmas"", ""Ellen Loves Mango"", ""Short Family Vacation"", ""My Big Thick Novel"", ""Dad's New Girlfriend"", and ""Dick Cheney's Snow Globe/SNL Christmas Song"" No Doubt performs: ""Hey Baby"" and ""Hella Good""

10: Josh Hartnett/Pink - Aired: 2002-01-12

Live From New York, It's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""Buddy The Dog's Funeral,"" ""Wake Up, Wakefield!,"" ""Hello Stepson, Now Let's Go To Bed: I Went To Bed With My Stepson: The Lara Bengal Covington Story"", ""TV Funhouse: The X-Presidents Meet The Ambiguously Gay Duo"", ""The Shout Out Show,"" ""HBO First Look: Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones,"" ""Airplane Entertainment,"" and ""Playboy Channel: Arabic Awareness Month."" Pink performs: Get This Party Started and Don't Let Me Get Me The Playboy Channel: Arabic Awareness Month sketch was in the dress rehearsal of the Ellen DeGeneres/No Doubt episode.

11: Jack Black/The Strokes - Aired: 2002-01-19

Live From New York, It's...Jimmy Fallon Sketches include: White House Cops: The Pretzel Incident, Flenderson's, Russell Putnam: Investigative Reporter, Tales of Valor: The Virgin Sacrifice, Mountaintop Lovers, Friends, Now That's What Actors Call Singing, Bass-Off, HBO's America Undercover, Music International, and My Big Thick Novel The Strokes perform: ""Last Nite"" and ""Hard To Explain""

12: Britney Spears (2) - Aired: 2002-02-02

Live From New York, It's...Seth Meyers Sketches include ""Morman Winter Olympics,"" ""Brian Fellow's Safari Planet,"" ""Inside Barbie's Dreamhouse,"" ""Jarrett's Room,"" ""A Message From Martha Stewart,"" ""Astronaut Jones,"" ""HBO First Look: Gemini's Twin,"" ""Channel 9 Action News,"" and ""The Leather Man."" The host/musical guest performs: ""Boys"" and ""I'm Not A Girl""

13: Jonny Moseley/Outkast - Aired: 2002-03-02

Live From New York, It's...Will Ferrell Sketches include ""George W. Bush's Axis of Evil,"" ""Boston Teens' Ski Trip,"" ""The O'Reilly Factor,"" ""DisMissed,"" ""The Adventures of Dinner-Rolling Jonny Moseley,"" ""Super Buzzers,"" ""Typhoid Mary Rehearsal,"" and ""Extreme Wedding."" OutKast performs: ""The Whole World"" and ""I'm Sorry, Ms. Jackson"" A TV Funhouse cartoon was cut from dress rehearsal, despite that Seth Meyers (substituting for Don Pardo) announces a cartoon for this episode

14: Jon Stewart/India.Arie - Aired: 2002-03-09

Live From New York, It's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include: Cheney's Concerns, The Cheese Game, MTV's Total Request Live, The Bloder Brothers, TV Funhouse: MTV Forum (Fun With Real Audio), Talkin' To The Stars, News Media, Jazzvisions, We Were Soldiers Who Knew What Women Want, and My Big Thick Novel India.Arie performs: ""Video"" and ""Ready For Love""

15: Ian McKellen/Kylie Minogue - Aired: 2002-03-16

Live From New York, It's... Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""Tom Ridge Terrorism Address,"" ""Kotex Classic,"" ""Donatella Versace's Oscar Party,"" ""NPR Delicious Dish,"" ""Great Moments In Oscar History II"" (cartoon), ""Hot Air Balloon Mystery Theater,"" ""The Ferey Muthar Talk Show,"" ""A&E's The Life and Times of Charles Dickens,"" and ""Kevin and Richie's Comic Book Zone."" Kylie Minogue performed ""Can't Get You Out of My Head"" (with Ian McKellen singing off to the side of the stage) and ""In Your Eyes.""

16: Cameron Diaz/Jimmy Eat World - Aired: 2002-04-06

Live From New York, It's...Will Ferrell & Ana Gasteyer! Sketches include ""The Culps In Lamaze Class,"" ""17th Annual Auto Show Spokeman Awards,"" ""MTV Spring Break 2002,"" ""SNL 530,"" ""Astronaut Jones,"" ""Celine Dion on CBS,"" ""Gorgeous Living,"" ""The First Female Peepers,"" ""MTV 4"", and ""My Big, Thick Novel."" Jimmy Eat World performed ""The Middle"" and ""Sweetness.""

17: The Rock/Andrew W.K. - Aired: 2002-04-13

Live From New York, It's...Will Ferrell Sketches include: Bush's Guccione Peace Plan, Brian Fellow's Safari Planet, The Scorpion King's Son, Arthur Anderson, Hardball, Backstage SNL: Drunk Girl And Her Sister, The Subway Couple, She's The Girl With No Gaydar, All Aboard The Freedom Train: The Duets of Neil Diamond and Bigfoot, HBO's America Undercover, and A Message From Saturday Night Live Andrew W.K. performs: ""Party Hard"" and ""I Get Wet"" The NBC rerun of this episode has a short tribute to director Dave Wilson who died of an aortic aneurysm in 2001.

18: Alec Baldwin/P.O.D. - Aired: 2002-04-20

Live From New York, It's...The Parrot From ""Barretta"" Sketckes include ""FOX News: Robert Blake Murder,"" ""Kotex Classic"" (rerun from the Ian McKellen/Kylie Minogue episode), ""Gay Voice Mail,"" ""When White Men Date Old Black Women,"" ""Ozzy Osbourne's Problems,"" ""Let's All Hate France"", ""TV Funhouse: The Anatominals"", ""The Cardinals"", ""Lovers' Birthday Party,"" and ""The Tony Bennett Show."" P.O.D performs: ""Alive"" and ""Youth of the Nation""

19: Kirsten Dunst/Eminem - Aired: 2002-05-11

Live From New York, It's...Will Ferrell Sketches include ""George W. Bush, Condoleezza Rice, and Dick Cheney,"" ""Clear Results Home Pregnancy Test,"" ""Last Call With Carson Daly,"" ""TV Funhouse: Bambi 2002,"" ""Demilon,"" ""Annoying Background Soap Actors,"" ""Jarret's Room,"" ""Court TV: Kournikova vs. Penthouse,"" ""Wake Up Wakefield,"" ""DeMarco Family Dancers,"" ""My Big Thick Novel"".

20: Winona Ryder/Moby - Aired: 2002-05-18

Live From New York, It's...Maya Rudolph and (for the final time) Will Ferrell Sketches include ""Jimmy Carter In Cuba,"" ""Celebrity Jeopardy: Music Edition,"" ""Dueling Wedding Singers,"" ""Botox"", ""Bear Researchers,"" ""Girl Next Door: The Search For a Playboy Playmate,"" ""Jacuzzi Lovers II,"" ""Mango, Winona, and Moby Go Shoplifting,"" and ""Farewell To Will Ferrell."" Moby performs: ""We Are All Made Of Stars"" and ""South Side""

Season 28 (20 Episodes)

1: Matt Damon/Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band - Aired: 2002-10-05

Live From New York, it's...Chris Parnell Sketches include: ""A Message From Bush and Cheney,"" ""Swiffer Sleepers,"" ""Safety Police,"" ""Trans Am Airlines,"" ""Singing Dentist,"" ""Corona,"" ""Making the Video: Christina Aguilera's 'Dirrty',"" ""Arli$$ DVD/Backstage,"" ""A Man and His Woman,"" ""Merv the Perv at a Sexual Harrassment Seminar,"" ""Saddam Look-Alikes,"" and ""Blame Saddam."" Faith Hill performed ""Cry"" and ""Free.""

2: Sarah Michelle Gellar/Faith Hill - Aired: 2002-10-12

Sketches include ""Iraqi State Television,"" ""Hardball,"" ""The Gillian Woodward Story,"" ""Meet the Press,"" and ""McCain Sings Striesand."" The White Stripes performed ""Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground"" and ""We Are Going To Be Friends.""

3: John McCain/The White Stripes - Aired: 2002-10-19

Live From New York, it's...Darrell Hammond's voice Sketches Include: Giuliani's Sponsor Ads, The Bachelor, Crazy Board Game Player, Talarico For Congress, Frankel For Congress, American Morning, Fairness In Negative Campaign Ads, The Bullhorn, Verizon, Joey Mack's Z105, John Hancock's Life Insurance, Reggie's Stories, and Jackass: The Musical Jay-Z performs (with Beyonce Knowles from Destiny's Child): Guns 'n Roses and '03 Bonnie and Clyde

4: Eric McCormack/Jay-Z - Aired: 2002-11-02

Live From New York, it's...Chris Parnell Sketches include: A Message from the President of the United States, Swiffer Sweepers (rerun from the Sarah Michelle Gellar episode of this season), Bloder Brothers, CBS News: School Elections, The Sadistic Bikini Waxer, Ferey Muhtar Talk Show, Missy Elliot's Weight Loss Tape, Falconer, Pier 1 Imports, Goodwin Attorney, and Vasquez

5: Nia Vardalos/Eve - Aired: 2002-11-09

Live From New York, it's...Adam Sandler Sketches include: ""The Hanukkah Song III"", ""Welcome Back, Potter"", ""The Leather Man"", ""Donahue"", ""Jarrett's Room"", ""C-SPAN: Burrell's Statement"", ""Tennis Talk"", ""Astronaut Jones"", ""TV Funhouse: The Religtables"", ""My Big Thick Novel"", and ""The Girl With No Gaydar"" Nelly performs: ""Dilemma"" and ""Hot In Herr""

6: Brittany Murphy/Nelly - Aired: 2002-11-16

Live From New York, it's...Robert DeNiro Sketches include, ""C-SPAN: Terrorist Warnings"", ""McDonalds Big N' Tasty"", ""Thomas Jefferson & Sally Hemmings"", ""Peter Pan Rehearsals"", ""A Department Store Santa and His Wife"", ""U.N. Weapons Inspectors"", ""Judge Horace"", ""A Very Special Versace Hanukkah"", ""Violent Car Salesman"", ""Father Story Time"", and ""Radioactive Bear"" Norah Jones performs: ""Don't Know Why"" and ""Come Away With Me""

7: Robert De Niro/Norah Jones - Aired: 2002-12-07

Live From New York, it's...Tipper Gore Sketches include: Backstage SNL: The Kissing Gores, Al Gore's 'Bachelor', Hardball, Fiesta Politica, Gore Goes Inside 'The West Wing', Jarrett's Room, Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley, Willy Wonka's Accountant, TV Funhouse: A Charlie Brown Christmas 2002, Christmas Eve at the Bar, and The SNL Christmas Song Phish performs: ""46 Days"" and ""Chalk Dust Torture"" The Trans Am Airline commercial from the Sarah Michelle Gellar/Faith Hill episode appears on the E! rerun of this episode.

8: Al Gore/Phish - Aired: 2002-12-14

Live From New York, it's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include: ""CNN: These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"", ""Live With Regis & Kelly"", ""Fun Friends Club"", ""The Falconer"", ""Global Century Investments"", ""Hannibal's Brain Restaurant"", ""The Hangman"", ""Top O' The Morning"", and ""The Rialto Grande Casino"" The Donnas perform: ""Take It Off"" and ""Who Invited You?"" The E! rerun of this episode adds the TV Funhouse from the Salma Hayek/Christina Aguilera episode where Lorenzo Lamas does an ""Are You Hot?"" show for classic cartoon characters.

9: Jeff Gordon/Avril Lavigne - Aired: 2003-01-11

Live From New York, It's... Chris Parnell & Maya Rudolph Sketches include,""United Nations Debate Lunch"", ""Idiot Blind Date"", ""Nutri-Quick"", ""Jarret's Room"", ""Protest"", ""Club Traxx"", ""Violent Office Stories"", ""Second Time Around"", ""McConaughey's Red Hot Texas Chili""

10: Ray Liotta/The Donnas - Aired: 2003-01-18

Live from New's Christopher Walken Sketches include: Hardball, Pranksters, The Continental, The Bad Raft Captain, History Channel: African American Archives, Welcome Home Colonel Angus, Cabin Lovers, and The Rialto Grande. Foo Fighters perform: ""All My Life"" (by themselves) and ""Times Like These (One-Way Motorway)"" (with Jim Carrey playing his leg like a guitar).

11: Matthew McConaughey/Dixie Chicks - Aired: 2003-02-08

Sketches include; 60 Minutes, BET's 106 and Park Top 10 Live, Live with Regis and Kelly, FOX's Who Farted?, VH1's Where Are They Now: The Cherylettes, FOX's I'm a Celebrity: Who Farted?, Give Up The Ham, TV Funhouse: The X-Presidents, A&E's Profiles in Jazz, Don's Apothecary, and Horation Sanz's Mr. Rogers Tribute. Ms. Dynamite sings: ""Dy-Na-Mi-Tee!"" The NBC rerun of this episode removes the first ""FOX's Who Farted?"" sketch and fills up the missing time with a dress rehearsal version of Weekend Update.

12: Jennifer Garner/Beck - Aired: 2003-02-15

Live from New York, it's...Chris Parnell (as George W. Bush)! Sketches include: ""Bush Press Conference,"" ""Top O' The Morning,"" ""TV Are You Hot?"" (cartoon), ""Versace Oscar Special,'""Husband In A Box,"" ""Vote for Frida,"" ""Seduction Class,"" ""Vote Frida to Fight Terrorism,"" ""Channel 5 Late Night Movie: King Kong, theDirector's Cut,"" and ""Vote Frida."" Christina Aguilera performed ""Beautiful"" and ""Fighter.""

13: Christopher Walken/Foo Fighters - Aired: 2003-02-22

Live from New York, it's...Chris Parnell Sketches include: ""The Situation in Iraq"", ""Boston Teens At Fenway Park"", ""Brain Busters"", ""Hot Sauce Carrying Purse"", ""Black People Watching 'The Pianist'"", ""The Three Stooges 75th Anniversary Present: The Four Stooges"", ""No Smoking"", ""Second Time Around"", ""Swiffer Sleepers"" (from the Sarah Michelle Gellar/Faith Hill episode), ""Saddam's Briefing"", and ""Don Banks', Kings Of The ""Comedy"" Suits"" Good Charlotte performs: ""Anthem"" and ""Lifestyles of the Rich and the Famous""

14: Queen Latifah/Ms. Dynamite - Aired: 2003-03-08

Sketches include,"" Message From Saddam"", ""What's The Rush?"", ""Wake Up Wakefield!"", ""The Rialto Grande"", ""CNN"", ""Phone Booth"", ""Access Hollywood"", ""Club Traxx"", ""Uday Hussein For President""

15: Salma Hayek/Christina Aguilera - Aired: 2003-03-15

Live From New York, it's...Chris Parnell Sketches include: "Bush Addresses The Nation on the USS Abraham Lincoln", "Count Chocula Silver", "Jarret's Room: 'Reloaded", "Madonna: An American Life", "Plagiarism Class", "The Falconer vs. The Muskrateer/Backstage SNL: No 'Punking", "Politics Today", "50's Ent.", and "Global Century Investments" 50 Cent performs: In Da Club (with G-Unit) and 21 Questions (with G-Unit and Nate Dogg) The "Mom Jeans" fake commercial from the episode after this (Adrien Brody/Sean Paul and Wayne Wonder) is added in the E! rerun of this episode

16: Bernie Mac/Good Charlotte - Aired: 2003-04-05

Live From New York, It's...Maya Rudolph Sketches include,""American Idol"", ""Mom Jeans"", ""Brian Fellow's Safari Planet"", ""The Self-Obsessed Man"", ""Live With Regis & Kelly"", ""TV Funhouse: Saddam & Osama"", ""Lensmasters"", ""Ballroom Dance For Beginers"", and ""Velvet Productions"". Sean Paul performs: ""Get Busy"" (after an unplanned introduction by Adrien Brody) Wayne Wonder performs: ""No Letting Go""

17: Ray Romano/Zwan - Aired: 2003-04-12

Live from New York, it's Darrell Hammond (and back on SNL after 24 years, it's Dan Aykroyd!) Sketches include: Hardball, Top O'The Morning, The Rialto Grande, TV Funhouse: Cokee, The Most Expensive Dog in the World, The Falconer, Donatella Versace's Backyard Barbecue, The Dog Restaurant (La Cuisina Canina), Astronaut Jones, and Dr. Deacon's Haunch Crack Powder Beyonce performs ""Crazy In Love"" (with Jay-Z) and ""Dangerously In Love"" (by herself)

18: Ashton Kutcher/50 Cent - Aired: 2003-05-03

Live From New York, it's...Chris Parnell Sketches include: ""Bush Addresses The Nation on the USS Abraham Lincoln"", ""Count Chocula Silver"", ""Jarret's Room: 'Reloaded'"", ""Madonna: An American Life"", ""Plagiarism Class"", ""The Falconer vs. The Muskrateer/Backstage SNL: No 'Punking'"", ""Politics Today"", ""50's Ent."", and ""Global Century Investments"" 50 Cent performs: In Da Club (with G-Unit) and 21 Questions (with G-Unit and Nate Dogg) The ""Mom Jeans"" fake commercial from the episode after this (Adrien Brody/Sean Paul and Wayne Wonder) is added in the E! rerun of this episode

19: Adrien Brody/Sean Paul & Wayne Wonder - Aired: 2003-05-10

Live From New York, It's...Maya Rudolph Sketches include,""American Idol"", ""Mom Jeans"", ""Brian Fellow's Safari Planet"", ""The Self-Obsessed Man"", ""Live With Regis & Kelly"", ""TV Funhouse: Saddam & Osama"", ""Lensmasters"", ""Ballroom Dance For Beginers"", and ""Velvet Productions"". Sean Paul performs: ""Get Busy"" (after an unplanned introduction by Adrien Brody) Wayne Wonder performs: ""No Letting Go""

20: Dan Aykroyd/Beyonce Knowles - Aired: 2003-05-17

Live from New York, it's Darrell Hammond (and back on SNL after 24 years, it's Dan Aykroyd!) Sketches include: Hardball, Top O'The Morning, The Rialto Grande, TV Funhouse: Cokee, The Most Expensive Dog in the World, The Falconer, Donatella Versace's Backyard Barbecue, The Dog Restaurant (La Cuisina Canina), Astronaut Jones, and Dr. Deacon's Haunch Crack Powder Beyonce performs ""Crazy In Love"" (with Jay-Z) and ""Dangerously In Love"" (by herself)

Season 29 (20 Episodes)

1: Jack Black/John Mayer - Aired: 2003-10-04

Live From New York, It's... Darrell Hammond Sketches include, ""Californians For Schwarzennager"", ""Huggies Thong"", ""Queer Eye For The Straight Gal"", ""The Wade Robson Project"", ""Cooking School"", ""TV Funhouse- Yankee Super-Heroes"", ""Father & Son"", ""The Wine Critic"", ""Telemarketers""

2: Justin Timberlake - Aired: 2003-10-11

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.""

3: Halle Berry/Britney Spears - Aired: 2003-10-18

Live From New York, It's... Darrell Hammond Sketches include, ""Message From The President"", ""Tressant Supreme"", ""Live With Regis & Kelly"", ""Access Hollywood"", ""Center For Cow Fart Study"", ""Leilani Burke: Pet Psychic"", ""Spy Glass"", ""Greenbriar County Animal Shelter""

4: Kelly Ripa/Outkast - Aired: 2003-11-01

Live From New York, It's... Rachel Dratch Sketches include, ""Martha Stewart Interview"", ""Cryogenix"", ""The Morning Mix"", ""Battle Of The Sexes 2"", ""Mary Poppins 2004/Chris Parnell and John McEnroe Commentary"", ""Anderson Mellner Communications Celebration"", ""Tennis Talk"", ""Merv The Perv"", ""Jock Talk"", and ""Action News 13""

5: Andy Roddick/Dave Matthews - Aired: 2003-11-08

Live From New York, It's... Rachel Dratch Sketches include, ""Martha Stewart Interview"", ""Cryogenix"", ""The Morning Mix"", ""Battle Of The Sexes 2"", ""Mary Poppins 2004/Chris Parnell and John McEnroe Commentary"", ""Anderson Mellner Communications Celebration"", ""Tennis Talk"", ""Merv The Perv"", ""Jock Talk"", and ""Action News 13""

6: Alec Baldwin/Missy Elliott - Aired: 2003-11-15

Sketches include ""Equal Time Programming on NBC,"" ""Michael Jackson On A Roller Coaster,"" ""Brian Fellow's Safari Planet,"" ""The Three Wise Men Get Racial-Profiled"", ""Al Sharpton's Casa de Sushi,"" ""The Latoya Jackson Show,"" and ""Cash On Earth."" Pink performs ""Trouble"" and ""God is a DJ.""

7: Al Sharpton/Pink - Aired: 2003-12-06

Sketeches include; Hardball, Choir Boys, Queer Eye For the Straight Guy, Fun With Real Audio, Wake-Up Wakefield, Versace Egg Nog, Gore Endorses Dean, The Rialto Grande Casino

8: Elijah Wood/Jet - Aired: 2003-12-13

Sketeches include; Hardball, Choir Boys, Queer Eye For the Straight Guy, Fun With Real Audio, Wake-Up Wakefield, Versace Egg Nog, Gore Endorses Dean, The Rialto Grande Casino

9: Jennifer Aniston/Black Eyed Peas - Aired: 2004-01-10

Live from New York, it's... Jeff Richards Sketches were: ""Howard Dean HQ,"" ""Tylenol Extreme,"" ""Joey Mack,"" ""El Cantador Restaurant,"" ""American Idol,"" ""MTV Future,"" ""American Beef Council,"" ""The Sharon Osbourne Show,"" ""Panty Shopping,"" ""Bubba Sparxxx Ad Jingles,"" and ""Tuna of the Dirt."" G-Unit performed ""Stunt 101.""

10: Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey/G-Unit with 50 Cent - Aired: 2004-01-17

Live From New York, It's... Darrell Hammond Sketches include,""Nightline"", ""Celebrity Poker Showdown"", ""Huggies Thong"", ""The Baby Boyfriend"", ""Sharon Stone Presents An Award"", ""Oprah's Favorite Things"", ""Black Lovin' Cab Driver"", ""The Wizard Of Oz"", ""Zings vs. Slams"", ""Celebrity Relatives""

11: Megan Mullally/Clay Aiken - Aired: 2004-02-07

Sketches are: ""Gore Calls Kerry,"" ""A Very Special Valentine's Versace,"" ""Jarret's Room,"" ""Access Hollywood,"" ""Octane,"" ""Mike's Bar, circa 1968,"" ""Larry King Live,"" ""Spy Glass,"" ""The World of Scott Wainio"" (film), ""The White Stripes,"" and ""The Prince Show."" Kelis performed ""Milkshake"" and ""Trick Me.""

12: Drew Barrymore/Kelis - Aired: 2004-02-14

Sketches include ""Hardball,"" ""Sex & The City Final Episode"", ""Do You Know Who My Father Is?"", ""TV Funhouse: Pat O'Brien"", ""The History Channel: Celebration of Women Week"", ""Backstage At A Christina Aguilera Concert"", ""Besos Y Lagrimas"", and ""Don's Apothecary"" Maroon 5 performs: ""This Love"" and ""Harder to Breathe""

13: Christina Aguilera/Maroon 5 - Aired: 2004-02-21

Sketches include; Nightline, Bad Southern Accent, Show Biz Grande Explosion, TV Funhouse: FCC-Approved Cartoons, Tim Calhoun In Court, The Horny Bellhop, Meet the Press, The Sopranos, and Hollywood vs. History: Jesus Christ.

14: Colin Firth/Norah Jones - Aired: 2004-03-06

Live from New York, it's...Ben Affleck, Rachel Dratch, Jimmy Fallon, and Seth Meyers Sketches Include: Donnie Bartalotti's Gay Wedding, Joey Mack on Z105, Gigli Filming, TV Funhouse: The Making of the Passion of the Dumpty/George W. Bush Campaign Commercials, Appalachian Emergency Room, Bangkok Ad 1: The Dead Hooker, Top O'The Morning, Bangkok Ad 2: Russian Roulette ""Payment"", Donnie G. and Sidecar, Bangkok Ad 3: Kelly Ripa, Ben Affleck, and a Dead Man, and The Full Moon Killer N.E.R.D performs: Maybe and She Wants To Move

15: Ben Affleck/N.E.R.D. - Aired: 2004-03-13

Live from New York, it's...Carolyn Kepcher of ""The Apprentice"" Sketches include ""The SNL Apprentice,"" ""Fear Factor Junior,"" ""Live with Regis and Kelly,"" ""The VIP Seats,"" ""Donald Trump's House of Wings,"" ""Weekend Trump-Date,"" ""Prince and the Pauper '04,"" ""Fathers and Sons,"" ""9/11 Hearings,"" and ""Donald's Band Rehearsal."" Toots and the Maytals perform ""Love Gonna Walk Out on Me"" (with Ben Harper and Jack Johnson) and ""Funky Kingston"" (with Bootsy Collins and The Roots).

16: Donald Trump/Toots and the Maytals with Bootsy Collins and The Roots - Aired: 2004-04-03

Live From New York... It's Janet Jackson (and her digitally pixelated breast) Sketches includes: Cheney and Condoleezza Rice, Brian Fellow's Safari Planet, Starkisha in the Ticket Line, SNL Easter Song, The Prince Show, Cork Soakers, Good Times, and Boom Boomer The host/musical guest performs: Strawberry Bounce and All Nite (Don't Stop)

17: Janet Jackson - Aired: 2004-04-10

Live From New York, it's...Will Forte! Sketches include: ""Bush's Preparation,"" ""Turlington's Lower Back Tattoo Remover,"" ""Jaret's Room,"" ""Harry Potter,"" ""Billy Joel's Car Ride,"" ""Debbie Downer,"" ""Club Traxx,"" ""Kaitlin's Sleepover,"" and ""The Adult Movie Awards."" Usher performed ""Yeah"" (with Ludacris) and ""Burn"" (by himself).

18: Lindsay Lohan/Usher - Aired: 2004-05-01

Live From New York, it's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include: ""White House Friends"", ""Mom Jeans"" (rerun from the Adrien Brody/Sean Paul and Wayne Wonder episode from season 28), ""¡Show Biz Grande Explosion!"", ""The Handicapped Rapper"", ""Scheinwald Studios: MC Night Terrors Pitches 'Booty Hotel'"", ""ABC Fall Line-Up"", ""Snoop Dogg Misses 'Friends'"", ""Appalachian Emergency Room"", ""TV Funhouse: Pothead Theatre"", ""Duster's Digest"", and ""Mother's Day Message From Snoop Dogg"" Avril Lavigne performs: ""Don't Tell Me"" and ""(So Much For) My Happy Ending""

19: Snoop Dogg/Avril Lavigne - Aired: 2004-05-08

Live from New York, it's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""Hardball"", ""Paparazzi"", ""Mary Kate/Ashley Olsen Perfume"", ""Joey Mack on Z105"", ""The Swan"", ""Pat and Patti's Backpack Shack"", ""Access Hollywood: New York Minute"", ""Bloder Brothers, circa 1979"", ""The Chapman's Indoor Family Barbecue"", ""The Adventures of Harold"" (SNL mini-film), and ""'Grease' Parody/Farewell To Jimmy Fallon"". J-Kwon performs: ""Tipsy"" (a second performance was cut because the show was running too long and room had to be made for Jimmy Fallon's good-bye sketch)

20: Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen/J-Kwon - Aired: 2004-05-15

Live from New York, it's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""Hardball"", ""Paparazzi"", ""Mary Kate/Ashley Olsen Perfume"", ""Joey Mack on Z105"", ""The Swan"", ""Pat and Patti's Backpack Shack"", ""Access Hollywood: New York Minute"", ""Bloder Brothers, circa 1979"", ""The Chapman's Indoor Family Barbecue"", ""The Adventures of Harold"" (SNL mini-film), and ""'Grease' Parody/Farewell To Jimmy Fallon"". J-Kwon performs: ""Tipsy"" (a second performance was cut because the show was running too long and room had to be made for Jimmy Fallon's good-bye sketch)

Season 30 (20 Episodes)

1: Ben Affleck/Nelly - Aired: 2004-10-02

Live From New York (and opening the 30th season of SNL), it's...Chris Parnell Sketches include ""First Presidential Debate 2004,"" ""Dr. Porkenheimer's Boner Juice,"" ""Debbie Downer,"" ""Swift Veterans for Truth,"" ""Kerry Campaign Stop,"" ""The Escalator,"" ""Obnoxious Wedding DJ,"" and ""Kitty Kelley's 'The Family.'"" Nelly performs: ""My Place"" and ""Na-Nana-Na"" The Dr. Porkenheimer fake commercial is not shown in the 11/27/04 NBC rerun.

2: Queen Latifah - Aired: 2004-10-09

Live From New York, it's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""Hardball"", ""Sky Captain Filming"", ""Dyson Toilets"", ""The Ninth Presidential Debate"", ""Paris Hilton Apologizes"", ""President Bush and Tony Blair"", ""Apprentice Halloween Episode Commercial Taping"", ""Jane Eyre"", ""Bear City: The Fender Bender"", ""The Adventures of Peter O'Toole and Michael Caine"", and ""Bear City: Getting Fired"". Ashlee Simpson sings ""Pieces of Me"" (refer to Notes to see what happened to her on her second performance).

3: Jude Law/Ashlee Simpson - Aired: 2004-10-23

Live From New York, it's...Jim Downey translating for Seth Meyers Sketches include: NBC Special Report, Rap Night, Mrs. Dr. Frankenstein, TV Funhouse: John McCain's Speech, Clinton and Kerry, Kaitlin at the Mall, Goodwin Wig and Toy, and Election Map Colors Eminem performs: ""Mosh"" and ""Just Lose It""

4: Kate Winslet/Eminem - Aired: 2004-10-30

Live From New York, it's...Will Forte Sketches include: Kerry at the Beach, Star Jones' Wedding Night, You Call This A House Do Ya?, Dr. Porkenheimer's Boner Juice (repeat from the Ben Affleck/Nelly episode with slight edit*). The Giant Parrot, Wake Up San Diego, Appalachian Emergency Room, and The Drug Sniffing Dog. Modest Mouse performs: ""Float On"" and ""Ocean Breathes Salty"" *The Dr. Porkenheimer commercial repeats in this episode, but the ending where it shows Rob Riggle with an exaggerated erection (covered by the bedsheets) is replaced with a scene where Poehler and Riggle are hugging.

5: Liam Neeson/Modest Mouse - Aired: 2004-11-13

Sketches include: ""C-SPAN Terrorist Alert,"" ""Woomba,"" ""Pranksters,"" ""A 'Blue' Christmas"" (cartoon), ""The Undercover Cop,"" ""Prince Christmas Special,"" ""Apprentice Christmas Promo,"" ""Bear City: The Carolers,"" ""Christmas With The Cat Lady,"" and Horatio sings with The Muppets. Destiny's Child performed ""Soldier"" and ""Cater 2 U.""

6: Luke Wilson/U2 - Aired: 2004-11-20

Live From New York, it's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include: CNN Press Conference, Trucker Talk, Beaver Ranch Brothel, Hardball, Black Paramedics, Noony and Nuni, and The Not So Great Adventures of the Down and Out Dollar

7: Colin Farrell/Scissor Sisters - Aired: 2004-12-11

Live From New York, it's...Tina Fey and Amy Poehler! Sketches include: ""The Bush Twins"", ""Condelezza Rice's Hearing"", ""Gaystrogen"" (from season 29), ""Paul Giamatti's Limo Driver"", ""Kaitlin's Karaoke Machine"", ""TVLand: The Lundsford Twins Feel Good Variety Hour"", ""Andy at Reinhold Investments"", ""Spy Glass"", and ""Giant Cat."" Ludacris and Sum 41 perform ""Get Back""; Ludacris performs ""Number One Spot.""

8: Robert De Niro/Destiny's Child - Aired: 2004-12-18

Live from New York, it's...Rachel Dratch Sketches include: American Idol, CheapKids.Net Ad 1, Versace Skiing, Starkisha and Portia at the Purse Shop, CheapKids.Net Ad 2, Exclusive Connections, Donald Trump's New Wife, Merv The Perv, CheapKids.Net Ad 3, Rafael Alonzo's I.T.F. Technical Computer Institute, Inside Barbie Dreamhouse, The Bar, and Bear City: Cigarette Shopping Keane performs: ""Somewhere Only We Know"" and ""Everybody's Changing""

9: Topher Grace/The Killers - Aired: 2005-01-15

Live from New York, it's... Horatio Sanz Sketches include ""Kim Jong Il,"" "","" ""Monkeys Throwing Poop at Celebrities,"" ""Black History Month,"" ""The Best of TT and Mario,"" ""Subway Beggers,"" ""Gays in Space,"" ""Gibson Studios,"" ""Rap Night with Chubb Hotty,"" and ""Public Speech Class.""

10: Paul Giamatti/Ludacris & Sum 41 - Aired: 2005-01-22

Live from New York, it's... Amy Poehler! Sketches include ""Neverland Ranch,"" ""Grayson-Moorhead Investments,"" ""Sheila Choad's LA Face,"" ""Hot Plates,"" ""Debbie Downer at the Oscars,"" ""Seasons of Love,"" ""City Court with Aaron Neville,"" ""After the Grammys,"" and ""Project Runway."" 50 Cent (featuring Olivia) performed ""Candy Shop"" and later performed ""Disco Inferno.""

11: Paris Hilton/Keane - Aired: 2005-02-05

Live from New York, it's...Rachel Dratch Sketches include: American Idol, CheapKids.Net Ad 1, Versace Skiing, Starkisha and Portia at the Purse Shop, CheapKids.Net Ad 2, Exclusive Connections, Donald Trump's New Wife, Merv The Perv, CheapKids.Net Ad 3, Rafael Alonzo's I.T.F. Technical Computer Institute, Inside Barbie Dreamhouse, The Bar, and Bear City: Cigarette Shopping Keane performs: ""Somewhere Only We Know"" and ""Everybody's Changing""

12: Jason Bateman/Kelly Clarkson - Aired: 2005-02-12

Live From New York, it's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include: Hardball, (repeat from the Jason Bateman/Kelly Clarkson episode), Oprah, The Push-Up Contest, Kevin Federline, Gays In Space, Guest Preacher, Action News 13, and Nebulzitol Gwen Stefani (with Eve) performs ""Rich Girl"" and ""Holla Back Girl""

13: Hilary Swank/50 Cent - Aired: 2005-02-19

Sketches include ""Papal Debate '05,"" ""Extreme Makeover: Home Edition,"" ""Michael Jackson"" (cartoon), ""The Barry Gibb Talk Show,"" ""One-Star Hotel,"" ""Woo! The Musical,"" ""Sofa Warehouse,"" and ""Spy Glass."" Green Day performed ""Boulevard of Broken Dreams"" and ""Holiday.""

14: David Spade/Jack Johnson - Aired: 2005-03-12

Live from New York, it's...Chris Parnell Sketches include: A Message From Tom DeLay, Dr. Porkenheimer's Boner Juice (re-edited and using the alternate ending from the Liam Neeson/Modest Mouse episode), The Bad Thrower, The Falconer, Tom Brady's Falafel House, Behind The Music: The Super Bowl Shuffle, Dr. Phil, and Backstage SNL: The Quarterbacks

15: Ashton Kutcher/Gwen Stefani - Aired: 2005-03-19

Live From New York, it's...Paula Abdul Sketches include: ""Primetime Live: The American Idol Scandal,"" ""Sally & Dan Harrison: The Couple That Should Be Divorced,"" ""Donald Trump's Domino's Ad,"" ""Versace Mother's Day,"" ""Channel 5 Late Night Movie,"" ""Mother's Day Brunch,"" ""Helping Hands Telethon,"" ""Merv the Perv,"" ""Action News,"" ""Bear City"" (film), and ""You Might Be A Gay Redneck If..."" System of a Down perform: ""B.Y.O.B"" and ""Aerials""

16: Cameron Diaz/Green Day - Aired: 2005-04-09

Live From New York, It's... Darrell Hammond (yet again) Sketches include ""Hardball,"" ""America's Next Top Model,"" ""Monster-In-Law Screening,"" ""The Prince Show,"" ""Little Italy,"" ""The Ride Home,"" and ""Bear City"" (film). Coldplay performed ""Speed of Sound"" and ""Fix You.""

17: Tom Brady/Beck - Aired: 2005-04-16

Live from New York, it's...Chris Parnell Sketches include: A Message From Tom DeLay, Dr. Porkenheimer's Boner Juice (re-edited and using the alternate ending from the Liam Neeson/Modest Mouse episode), The Bad Thrower, The Falconer, Tom Brady's Falafel House, Behind The Music: The Super Bowl Shuffle, Dr. Phil, and Backstage SNL: The Quarterbacks

18: Johnny Knoxville/System of a Down - Aired: 2005-05-07

Live From New York, it's...Paula Abdul Sketches include: ""Primetime Live: The American Idol Scandal,"" ""Sally & Dan Harrison: The Couple That Should Be Divorced,"" ""Donald Trump's Domino's Ad,"" ""Versace Mother's Day,"" ""Channel 5 Late Night Movie,"" ""Mother's Day Brunch,"" ""Helping Hands Telethon,"" ""Merv the Perv,"" ""Action News,"" ""Bear City"" (film), and ""You Might Be A Gay Redneck If..."" System of a Down perform: ""B.Y.O.B"" and ""Aerials""

19: Will Ferrell/Queens of the Stone Age - Aired: 2005-05-14

Sketches include ""Will Backstage,"" ""Celebrity Jeopardy,"" ""Oracle Conclave,"" ""Going 2 C Movies,"" and ""Luxury Spy.""

20: Lindsay Lohan/Coldplay - Aired: 2005-05-21

Live From New York, It's... Darrell Hammond (yet again) Sketches include ""Hardball,"" ""America's Next Top Model,"" ""Monster-In-Law Screening,"" ""The Prince Show,"" ""Little Italy,"" ""The Ride Home,"" and ""Bear City"" (film). Coldplay performed ""Speed of Sound"" and ""Fix You.""

Season 31 (19 Episodes)

1: Steve Carell/Kanye West - Aired: 2005-10-01

Live from New York, it's... Will Forte! Sketches include "Bush Addresses the Nation," "MorganStanley," "The JetBlue Crisis," "Anderson Cooper 360," "The Couple That Should Be Divorced," "Girls Gone Wild Katrina," "Kanye Backstage," "The Lundford Twins Variety Hour," "Fun With Real Audio" (cartoon), and "Debbie Downer." Kanye West performed "Gold Digger" and "Heard 'Em Say" featuring Adam Levine.

2: Jon Heder/Ashlee Simpson - Aired: 2005-10-08

Sketches include "George W. Bush and Harriet Miers," "Taco Town," "Caitlin's Science Fair," "Werewolf Date," "The Misadventures of Tom Delay and Bill Frist," "Showbiz Grande Explosion!," "Wilson Brothers Funeral Home," "Hubbard Systems," "Operator Date," and "The Black Eyed Peas." Ashlee Simpson performed "Catch Me When I Fall" and "Boyfriend."

3: Catherine Zeta-Jones / Franz Ferdinand - Aired: 2005-10-22

Live from New York, it's... Darrell Hammond! Sketches include "Bush's Spontaneous Chat," "Butt Cancer Treatment Center," "Newsnight with Aaron Brown," "Dancers Party," "The Italians," "Access Hollywood," "Creighton Boys School," "Glen and Gina's Wedding," "MorganStanley," and "The Scheinwalds." Franz Ferdinand performed "Do You Want To" and "Take Me Out."

4: Lance Armstrong/Sheryl Crow - Aired: 2005-10-29

Live from New York, it's... Darrell Hammond! Sketches include "The Libby Indictment," "Celebrity Ironman," "RAD 3000," "Indigo Girls Harmonies," "The O'Reilly Factor," "Sheryl's Song," "Days of Our Lives," "Carol!," and "Giddy Henchman." Sheryl Crow performed "Good is Good" and "Strong Enough."

5: Jason Lee/Foo Fighters - Aired: 2005-11-12

Live from New York, it's... Will Forte! Sketches include "Hardball," "JJ Casuals," "Good Morning Meth," "The Falconer," "Thomas & Dobbins," "The Soaking Wet Killer," "Refurbishments," "Butt Pregnancy," "Stachin'," "McNutly & Sons," and "American Tasar." Foo Fighters performed "DOA" and "Best of You."

6: Eva Longoria/Korn - Aired: 2005-11-19

Live from New York, it's... Will Forte! Sketches include "Hardball," "JJ Casuals," "Good Morning Meth," "The Falconer," "Thomas & Dobbins," "The Soaking Wet Killer," "Refurbishments," "Butt Pregnancy," "Stachin'," "McNutly & Sons," and "American Tasar." Foo Fighters performed "DOA" and "Best of You."

7: Dane Cook/James Blunt - Aired: 2005-12-03

Live from New York, it's... the entire cast of SNL! (more or less) Sketches include "The Tree Re-Lighting," "West Bedford Drama Club," "Taco Town," "The Long Ride Home: The Jay Feely Story," "Wool Sweater," "Lettuce" (film), "Target Greatland," "24-Hour Coma," "Fight Back with Victor Santos," and "Morgan Stanley." James Blunt performed "You're Beautiful" and "Goodbye My Lover."

8: Alec Baldwin/Shakira - Aired: 2005-12-10

Live from New York, it's... Alec Baldwin! Sketches include "Saddam's Cell," "Tylenol BM," "Face Transplant," "The O'Reilly Factor," "Celebrity Mugshot Poker" (cartoon), "Brokeback Goldmine," "The Tony Bennett Show," "Carol at Bowl-a-Rama," "The Man Who Married a Hot Dog," "Medicare," and "Santa's Workshop." Shakira performed "Don't Bother" and "La Tortura" (acoustic mix) with Alejandro Sanz.

9: Jack Black/Neil Young - Aired: 2005-12-17

Live from New York, it's... Will Forte! Sketches include "A Holiday Message from the Vice President," "Stuart Little Mouse Removal Kit," "Sbarro," "Appalachian Emergency Room," "Christmastime for the Jews" (cartoon), "Channel 5 Photo Shoot," "Lazy Sunday" (film), "A Very Downer Christmas," "Space War 2148," "Two A-Holes Buying a Christmas Tree," and "Spelling Bee." Neil Young performed "It's a Dream" and "He Was The King."

10: Scarlett Johanson/Death Cab for Cutie - Aired: 2006-01-14

Live from New York, it's... the voice of Robert Smigel! Sketches include "The 700 Gang" (cartoon), "Taco Town," "Deep House Dish," "Smorgabord," "Darwin" (cartoon), "Mike and Toni's Chandelier Galaxy," "Live Duluth," "My Super Sweet 16," "Once in a Lifetime Jewelers," "The Kuril-Khamchatka Trench," and "Mr. Willoughby." Death Cab for Cutie performed "Soul Meets Body" and "Crooked Teeth."

11: Peter Sarsgaard/The Strokes - Aired: 2006-01-21

Live from New York, it's... Seth Meyers! Sketches include "Anderson Cooper 360," "Nelson's Baby Toupees," "Target Greatland," "National Pirate Convention," "Carol!," "Young Chuck Norris" (film), "Cat Fancy," "Gays in Space," "Fairmount Suites Inn," "NSA Wiretap," and "Peter Sarsgaard's SARS-guards." The Strokes performed "Juicebox" and "You Only Live Once."

12: Steve Martin/Prince - Aired: 2006-02-04

Filmed in New York, it's... Steve Martin! Sketches include "The Sabotage of Baldwin" (film), "Teddy Bear Holding a Heart," "Oprah," "Don't Buy Stuff You Cannot Afford," "Hamas Party," "Close Talkers" (film), "Quick Zoom Theater," "Super Bowl XL Rehearsals," "Backstage: Steve, Alec and Lorne," "The Prince Show," "State of the Galaxy 2145," "The Tangent" (film), "Surfer Club," and "Naturally Crafting." Prince performed "Fury (A Woman Scorned)" and "Beautiful Loved, and Blessed" featuring Tamar.

13: Natalie Portman/Fall Out Boy - Aired: 2006-03-04

Sketches include "Bush Responds to Criticism," "Nelson's Baby Toupees," "Jamba Juice," "Larry King Live," "The Couple That Should Be Divorced," "Belated Black History Moment" (cartoon), "Art Dealers and the College Boyfriend," "Sheldon's Bar Mitzvah," "The Real Natalie" (film), and "RAD 3000." Fall Out Boy performed "Dance Dance" and "Sugar, We're Going Down."

14: Matt Dillon/Arctic Monkeys - Aired: 2006-03-11

Live from New York, it's... Darrell Hammond! Sketches include "Bush Responds to Criticism," "Nelson's Baby Toupees," "Jamba Juice," "Larry King Live," "The Couple That Should Be Divorced," "Belated Black History Moment" (cartoon), "Art Dealers and the College Boyfriend," "Sheldon's Bar Mitzvah," "The Real Natalie" (film), and "RAD 3000." Fall Out Boy performed "Dance Dance" and "Sugar, We're Going Down."

15: Antonio Banderas/Mary J. Blige - Aired: 2006-04-08

Live from New York (for the 600th time), its... Seth Meyers! Sketches include "Anderson Cooper 360," "Basic Instinct 2: Return of the Beaver," "Deal or No Deal," "Automated-Phone Lady," "Besos y Lagrimas," "13th Annual Women's Basketball Coaches Fashion Awards," "Zorro's Body Double," "Rascals' Karoake," "Immigrants Backstage," and "Wine Snobs." Mary J. Blige performs "Be Without You" and "Enough Crying.

16: Lindsay Lohan/Pearl Jam - Aired: 2006-04-15

Live from New York, it's... Lindsay Lohan! Sketches include "The Situation Room," "Neutrogena Coin Slot," "Deep House Dish," "Journey to the Disney Vaults" (cartoon), "The O'Reilly Factor," "Le Rendezvous," "Laser Cats!" (film), "Debbie Downer," "Officemates' Night Out," and "Atlantic City Fever." Pearl Jam performed "World Wide Suicide" and "Severed Hand."

17: Tom Hanks/Red Hot Chili Peppers - Aired: 2006-05-06

Live from New York, its... Will Forte! Sketches include "Bill Frist's Gas Plan," "Wheel of Fortune," "Kaitlin and the Iguana," "Ariell & Ephraim" (film), "Ma!," "Claremont Yoga Center," "Colin's Place," and "Country Club Tennis." Red Hot Chili Peppers performed "Dani California" and "Give It Away."

18: Julia Louis-Dreyfus/Paul Simon - Aired: 2006-05-13

Live from New York, its... Al Gore! Sketches include "Parallel Universe Address from President Gore", "Techpack", "Horny Homeless Guy", "The Morning Show", "MySpace", "Charades", "Unsolved Mysteries: The Sandy Patterson Story", and "Peyote" (film). Paul Simon performed "How Can You Live In the Northeast?" and "Outrageous".

19: Kevin Spacey/Nelly Furtado - Aired: 2006-05-20

Live from New York, its... Rachel Dratch! Sketches include "Anderson Cooper 360," "A-holes at a Crime Scene," "Oprah's Legends Ball," "Carol!," "Fun with Real Audio" (cartoon), "Kevin and Andy Backstage," "The Falconer," "Andy Walking" (film), "Lord Phillip Sarc," and "I Do Not Agree With Many of This Administration's Policies." Nelly Furtado performs "Promiscuous" (featuring Timbaland) and "Maneater."

Season 32 (20 Episodes)

1: Dane Cook/The Killers - Aired: 2006-09-30

Live from New York, it's... Jason Sudeikis! Sketches include "Eckstrom for Comptroller," "DHS Training," "Hugo Chavez Political Roundup," "Cubicle Fight" (film), "Al Pacino Checks His Bank Balance," "Amy, Seth, and Brian Williams," "Poland Spring Delivery Boys," "Farrah Fawcett for Ocean Save," "Let's Go," and "Geico." The Killers performed "When You Were Young" and "Bones."

2: Jaime Pressly/Corinne Bailey Rae - Aired: 2006-10-07

Live from New York, it's... Darrell Hammond!Sketches include "Rep. Dennis Hastert," "Nancy Grace," "New York City Stories I" (film), "Jon Bovi," "WVIR News," "New York City Stories II" (film), "Mrs. Hastings," "NASCARettes," "New York City Stories III" (film), "Big Wigs," "His Kuado," "Cider Chat," and "A Moment with the Out-of-Breath Jogger from 1982."Corinne Bailey Rae performed "Put Your Records On" and "Like a Star."

3: John C. Reilly/My Chemical Romance - Aired: 2006-10-21

Live from New York, it's... Will Forte!Sketches include "Fox News Special Report," "Colonial Williamsburg," "Doug Frangelo," "Korean Central Television," "Two A-Holes at a Trainer," "Mexican Restaurant," "House of Carters," "Harpoon Man" (film), "A McMillan Family Moment" (three part), and "Operation Bearshark."My Chemical Romance performed "Welcome to the Black Parade" and "Cancer."

4: Hugh Laurie/Beck - Aired: 2006-10-28

Live from New York, "Home of the Jew," it's... Borat! Sketches include "Kazakhstan Ministry of Information," "Most Haunted," "Republican Attack Ads" (cartoon), "2006 World Series," "The Queen's Visit," "Hardball," "Hugh's Protest Song," "Broken Leg," "The Curse of Frankenstein," and "Job Interview." Beck performed "Nausea" and "Clap Hands."

5: Alec Baldwin/Christina Aguilera - Aired: 2006-11-11

Live from New York, it's... Kristen Wiig!Sketches include "Rep. Nancy Pelosi," "," "Federline Divorce Proceedings," "Saddam's Lawyers," "Valtrex," "Awkward Carpool," "Kobayashi!" (cartoon), "The Platinum Lounge," "The Tony Bennett Show," "Rick Corman in Brazil," and "A Moment with the Out-of-Breath Jogger from 1992."Christina Aguilera performed "Ain't No Other Man," "Hurt," and "Steppin' Out With My Baby" (with Tony Bennett).

6: Ludacris - Aired: 2006-11-18

Live from New York, it's... Jason Sudeikis!Sketches include "The Second Vietnam War," "Young Douglas: Hypin' the Classics," "The Bitchslap Method," "The O'Reilly Factor," "Booty Bidness Workwear," "Superhits Studios," "Pool Watch," "Hair Transplant," "Olivia Cruise Lines," and "Old Friends in a Diner."Ludacris performed "Money Maker" and "Runaway Love" (featuring Mary J. Blige).

7: Matthew Fox/Tenacious D - Aired: 2006-12-02

Live from New York, it's... Will Forte!Sketches include "Bush and al-Maliki," "Sale-Mart," "Nancy Grace," "Deep House Dish," "Lost Fans," "Crazy Mountain Man," "Math vs. History Buffs," and "The Mayan Empire."Tenacious D performed "Kickapoo" and "The Metal."

8: Annette Bening/Gwen Stefani, Akon - Aired: 2006-12-09

Live from New York, it's... Jason Sudeikis!Sketches include "The Iraqi War Report," "SNL Movie Trailer Re-cut: Apocalypto," "Good Morning I Hate This Town," "Diddy Kiddies" (cartoon), "High School Romance," "Two A-Holes at a Live Nativity Scene," "Fast Food Pep Talk" (film), "Buyer Beware," "Monster Under The Bed," "Valtrex," "Socially Awkward Officemates," and "Stanfield & Partlow."Gwen Stefani performed "Wind It Up"; Akon performed "I Wanna Love You."

9: Justin Timberlake - Aired: 2006-12-16

Live from New York, it's... Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, and Kristin Wiig!Sketches include "Santa's My Boyfriend," "Homelessville," "Target Greatland," "D*** in a Box" (film), "The Barry Gibb Talk Show," "Dry Eyes," "Hip Hop Kids," "Elf Auditions," and "A Holiday Message from Nancy Grace."Justin Timberlake performed "My Love" and "What Goes Around Comes Around."

10: Jake Gyllenhaal/The Shins - Aired: 2007-01-13

Live from New York, it's... Jason Sudeikis!Sketches include "21,500 More Troops," "Deep House Dish," "Bronx Beat," "Trump's Press Junket," "Juliano's," "Laser Cats 2" (film), "Stock Footage Awards," "'Law & Order' Auditions," "Handicapped Matchup," and "Kaplan, Lebowitz, & Dolemite."The Shins performed "Phantom Limb" and "New Slang."

11: Jeremy Piven/AFI - Aired: 2007-01-20

Live from New York, it's... Amy Poehler!Sketches include "Hardball," "Urigro," "The NFL on CBS," "Frontline: 2007 Year in Review" (cartoon), "The First Person in History to Dance," "MacGruber" (three parts), "Two A-Holes at an Adoption Agency," "Common & Blizzard Man," "The Unicorn Forest," "Nurse Nancy" (film), and "Lansford Brothers & Associates."AFI performed "Love Like Winter" and "Miss Murder."

12: Drew Barrymore/Lily Allen - Aired: 2007-02-03

Live from New York, it's... Seth Meyers!Sketches include "American Idol," "The Dakota Fanning Show," "Dioxin Poisoning," "Body Fusion" (film), "Target Greatland," "Nervous Job Interviewee," "Versace Super Bowl Party," "Country Club Valet," "Firestarter Smoked Sausages," "The Formosa," and "Nelson's Baby Toupees."Lily Allen performed "Smile" and "LDN."

13: Forest Whitaker/Keith Urban - Aired: 2007-02-10

Live from New York, it's... Darrell Hammond!Sketches include "Valentine's Day with the Cheneys," "Bronx Beat," "Andy Everywhere" (film), "Assagio's," "Urigro," "Man Versus Beast: The Road to the Final Four," "Love Whitney," "Am I a Crazy Street Person?," and "A Message from the Staten Island Zoo."Keith Urban performed "Stupid Boy" and "Once in a Lifetime."

14: Rainn Wilson/Arcade Fire - Aired: 2007-02-24

Live from New York, it's... Darrell Hammond!Sketches include "The Situation Room," "Danny's Song," "Corporate Headquarters" (film), "Art Dealers and Architectural Digest," "Peeping Tom," "The New Officemate," "White Possum Scream," and "River Bliss Recording Session."Arcade Fire performed "Intervention" and "Keep the Car Running."

15: Julia Louis-Dreyfus/Snow Patrol - Aired: 2007-03-17

Live from New York, it's... Chris Rock!Sketches include "SNL Special Report: The Road to the White House," "Oprah," "Monex," "Restless Penis Syndrome," "La Rivista Della Televisione," "Deep House Dish," "CBS Cares," "Homebot," and "Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search For The Next Doll."Snow Patrol performed "You're All I Have" and "Chasing Cars."

16: Peyton Manning/Carrie Underwood - Aired: 2007-03-24

This is the 16th broadcast of the 32nd season of SNL. Information is subject to change.

17: Shia LaBeouf/Avril Lavigne - Aired: 2007-04-14

Sketches include "Reverends Jackson and Sharpton", "Hathaway Moustache Rides", "The Prince Show", "Beer Purchase", "The Dakota Fanning Show", "Hide and Seek" (film), "Sofa King", "SliceCo Salesmen", "An Intimate Moment with Jessica Simpson and John Mayer", and "Shia Rhymes with Maya."

18: Scarlett Johansson/Björk - Aired: 2007-04-21

"Live" from New York, it's... Senator Charles Schumer!Sketches include "White House Witnesses," "Live with Regis and Kelly," "Mrs. Hastings and the Prom Dress," "Roy Rules!" (film), "Mike's Marbleopolis," "WIIX News," "Kuatos," "News Makers with Jane Pauley," and "Torboto" (cartoon).Björk performed "Earth Intruders" and "Wanderlust."

19: Molly Shannon/Linkin Park - Aired: 2007-05-12

Live from New York, it's... Molly Shannon!Sketches include "Mary Katherine Gallagher on American Idol," "Urigro," "Penelope at the Tenants' Meeting," "The Fringe Candidates Debate," "Sally O'Malley on The Sopranos," "Kaitlin at the Nursing Home," "MacGruber" (three parts), "The Legend of Big-Boobed Einstein" (cartoon), "Charli Coffee," and "Trump Steaks."Linkin Park performed "What I've Done" and "Bleed It Out."

20: Zach Braff/Maroon 5 - Aired: 2007-05-19

Live from New York, it's... Maya Rudolph!Sketches include "Bush's Summer Vacation," "Dog Love" (film), "Prom Committee," "Deep House Dish," "Decision '08: Spring Cleaning '07" (cartoon), "The Weight," "La Revista Della Televisione," "Bronx Beat," and "Brian Grazer's Office."Maroon 5 performed "Makes Me Wonder" and "Won't Go Home Without You."

Season 33 (12 Episodes)

1: LeBron James/Kanye West - Aired: 2007-09-29

Live from New York, it's... Amy Poehler! Sketches include "The All-But-Certain-To-Be-Next-President," "Angry Dog," "Penelope's Charity Auction," "High School Musical 3," "Iran So Far" (digital short), "Read to Achieve," "The Lyle Kane Show," "The Best of Solid Gold," "Ambiguously Gay Duo" (cartoon), "106 & Park," and "Great Moments in Guidance Counseling." Kanye West performed "Stronger", "Good Life", "Champion", and an improvised version of "Everything I Am."

2: Seth Rogen/Spoon - Aired: 2007-10-06

Live from New York, it's... Andy Samberg! Sketches include "A Message from Kevin Federline," "Veritas Ultrasound HD," "2007 National Douchebag Championships," "MacGruber" (three parts), "Jeremy and Sasha," "Fred Thompson '08," "America's First Colonists," "Rowlf & The Swedish Chef," and "Mad Joe Dixon." Spoon performed "The Underdog" and "You Got Your Cherry Bomb."

3: Jon Bon Jovi/Foo Fighters - Aired: 2007-10-13

Live from New York, it's... Amy Poehler! Sketches include "Burlington, VT 1985," "Ohhhhh!," "A Visit with Former Vice President Al Gore," "People Getting Punched Before Eating" (digital short), " (ALCS)," "La Rivista Della Televisione," "The Captain's Purse," " (NLCS)," "Notre Dame Football," "Natural Disaster," and "Iconoclasts." Bon Jovi performed "Lost Highway" and "Who Says You Can't Go Home"; Foo Fighters performed "The Pretender."

4: Brian Williams/Feist - Aired: 2007-11-03

Live from New York, it's... Senator Barack Obama! Sketches include "Clintons' Halloween Party, "Maybelline for Men," "Bronx Beat," "Reilly's Way," "Publishers' Clearinghouse," "A Day in the Life of Brian Williams" (digital short), "Larry King Live," "iPhone," "Drexel University Debate," and "Dunham & Kirk." Feist performed "1-2-3-4" and "I Feel It All."

5: Tina Fey/Carrie Underwood - Aired: 2008-02-23

Live from New York, it's... Kristen Wiig! Sketches include "CNN-Univision Democratic Debate," "Annuale," "Rock of Love 2," "A Message for Old People" (Digital Short), "What's That Bitch Talking About?," "Celebrity Apprentice," "Ed Mahoney's Speech," "Virgania Harsen's Hot Air Balloons," "I Drink Your Milkshake," and "Lady Business." Carrie Underwood performed "All-American Girl" and "Flat on the Floor."

6: Ellen Page/Wilco - Aired: 2008-03-01

Juno star Ellen Page hosts; Wilco performs songs from their new album, Sky Blue Sky.

7: Amy Adams/Vampire Weekend - Aired: 2008-03-08

Live from New York, it's... Amy Adams! Sketches include "Clinton Attack Ad," "Mirror Image," "Green Card Couple Therapy," "A New Superhero" (Digital Short), "Fierce: The Hot Mess Makeover Show," "Penelope in Driving " "Dr. Uncle Jimmy's," "Roger Clemens Presents," "The Best of the Tookie Stiles Show," and "Dancing Galpals." Vampire Weekend performed "A-Punk" and "M79."

8: Jonah Hill/Mariah Carey - Aired: 2008-03-15

Live from New York, it's... Bill Hader! Sketches include "Spitzer & Associates," "MacGruber" (two parts), "What's Your Situation?," "Adam Grossman at Benihana," "The Suze Orman Show," "Andy's Dad" (Digital Short), "Target Greatland," "NBC Special Report," "Clancy & Jackie," and "Internet Date." Mariah Carey performed "Touch My Body" and "Migrate" (featuring T-Pain).

9: Christopher Walken/Panic at the Disco - Aired: 2008-04-05

Live from New York, it's... Darrell Hammond and Amy Poehler! Sketches include "The Clintons' Income," "Annuale," "Grease Rehearsals," "Kevin's Farewell Party," "Laser Cats 3-D" (Digital Short), "Excited Sue," "Walken Family Reunion," "Indoor Gardening Tips," "Top Chef," and "Larry King Live." Panic at the Disco performed "Nine in the Afternoon" and "I Write Sins, Not Tragedies." Mariah Carey performed "Touch My Body" and "Migrate" (featuring T-Pain).

10: Ashton Kutcher/Gnarls Barkley - Aired: 2008-04-12

No overview available.

11: Shia LaBeouf/My Morning Jacket - Aired: 2008-05-17

No overview available.

12: Steve Carell/Usher - Aired: 2008-05-17

Live from New York, it's... Steve Carell! Sketches include "Pounder School Commencement Ceremony," "The Democratic Primaries," "Deal or No Deal," "Two A-Holes Do Karaoke," "The Japanese Office" (Digital Short), "McCain 2008," "The Charlie Flitt Show," "American Red Cross," and "Bless This Child." Usher performed "This Ain't Sex" and "Love in This Club, Part 1" (featuring Young Jeezy).

Season 34 (22 Episodes)

1: Michael Phelps/Lil Wayne - Aired: 2008-09-13

Live from New York, it's... Tina Fey and Amy Poehler! Sketches include "A Non-Partisan Message from Governor Palin and Senator Clinton," "Quiz Bowl," "Jar Glove," "Swim Team Pep Talk," "Stacia and Cousin Craig," "The Charles Barkley Show," "T-Mobile," "Space Olympics 3022" (Digital Short), "Mark Payne," and "The Michael Phelps Diet." Lil' Wayne performed "Got Money" (featuring Mack Maine) and "Lollipop."

2: James Franco/Kings of Leon - Aired: 2008-09-20

Live from New York, it's... Darrell Hammond! Sketches include "McCain Voiceovers," "The Cougar Den," "Agent 420," "Simpson Jury Selection," "Murray Hill" (Digital Short), "The Looker," "New York Times Reporters," "Of Mice and Men," "Yankee Stadium Stories" (film), and "James and Willam Dafoe." Kings of Leon performed "Sex on Fire" and "Use Somebody."

3: Anna Faris/Duffy - Aired: 2008-09-27

Live from New York, it's... Tina Fey! Sketches include "Sarah Palin Interview," "New Friends," "The First Presidential Debate," "Rowboat Date," "Scores," "Deep House Dish," "Googie Rene's Slightly Stained Wedding Dress Basement," and "Superior Ex-Boyfriend." Duffy performed "Mercy" and "Stepping Stone."

4: Anne Hathaway/The Killers - Aired: 2008-10-04

Sketches include "The Vice Presidential Debate," "The Lawrence Welk Show," "The Wall Street Bailout," "Nightclub Flirting," "Extreme Activities Competition" (Digital Short), "Mary Poppins," "Sioux City News 3," "Mark Wahlberg Talks to Animals," "Pretending To Be Gay," and "The Less Provocactive Songs of Katy Perry." The Killers performed "Human" and "Spaceman."

5: Josh Brolin/Adele - Aired: 2008-10-18

Live from New York, it's... Gov. Sarah Palin! Sketches include "Palin on Palin," "MacGruber" (three parts), "Sue and the Engagement," "The Suze Orman Show," "Mark and Andy Backstage," "I'm No Angel," "Fart Face," "Narc School," "," "New York Underground" (film), and "Fall Foliage." Adele performed "Chasing Pavements" and "Cold Shoulder."

6: Jon Hamm/Coldplay - Aired: 2008-10-25

Jon Hamm/Coldplay is the sixth episode of the thirty-fourth season of Saturday Night Live. It originally aired on October 25, 2008.

7: Ben Affleck/David Cook - Aired: 2008-11-01

Ben Affleck Hosts, special guest John McCain, and your musical guest is Dave Cook.

8: Paul Rudd/Beyonce - Aired: 2008-11-15

Live from New York, it's... Jason Sudeikis! Sketches include "Vice President-elect Joe Biden," "Sproingo," "Kissing Family," "Scared Straight," "Everyone's a Critic" (Digital Short), "Tom and Tonya Peoples," "Garden Party Road Trip," "Beyonce Video Shoot," "Suicide Negotiation," "Proposition 8," and "Clearing the Air" (film). Beyonce performed "If I Were a Boy" and "Single Ladies."

9: Tim McGraw/Ludacris/T-Pain - Aired: 2008-11-22

Live from New York, it's... Fred Armisen! Sketches include "The Big Three Automakers," "Clear Rite," "Dateline NBC," "Turkey Chase," "Live Another Death," "Blizzard Man," "Jeff Montgomery," "Dale Britches' Down-Home Phony Phone Calls," and "Mark Payne."

10: John Malkovich/T.I. - Aired: 2008-12-06

Live from New York, it's... Darrell Hammond and Amy Poehler! Sketches include "Secretary Clinton," "Gas Right," "Sexy Shannon," "Obama Keeps It Cool" (film), "La Rivista Della Televisione," "Virgania Horsen's Pony Express" (Digital Short), "Calculators," "The Lost Works of Judy Blume," "Jizz In My Pants" (Digital Short), and "J'Accuzzi." T.I. performed "Whatever You Like" and "Swing Ya Rag" (featuring Swizz Beatz).

11: Hugh Laurie/Kanye West - Aired: 2008-12-13

Live from New York, it's... Jason Sudeikis! Sketches include "Blagojevich Testimony," "Bronx Beat," "Sarcastic Christmas Dinner," "Culhane Wedding Toasts," "Magical Lamps," "Cat Christmas Letter," and "Cookie Crimes" (Digital Short). Kayne West performed "Love Lockdown" and "Heartless."

12: Neil Patrick Harris/Taylor Swift - Aired: 2009-01-10

Actor Neil Patrick Harris hosts; Taylor Swift performs "Love Story" and "Forever & Always." Sketches include "The Rachel Maddow Show," "The Today Show," "Save Broadway," "Penelope in Group Therapy," "Digital Short: Doogie Howser Theme Song," "Weekend Update" with guests Charles Barkley and Will Forte, "Two First Names," "Air Traffic Controllers Fran and Freba," "Frost/Other People," and "Whopper Virgins."

13: Rosario Dawson/Fleet Foxes - Aired: 2009-01-17

Actress Rosario Dawson hosts; Fleet Foxes perform "Mykonos" and "Blue Ridge Mountains." Sketches include "Vice President Dick Cheney: The Final Interview," "North American Savings Commercial," "Da Learnin' Train," "Guantánamo Bay Liquidation Sale," "Aladdin and Jasmine's Anniversary," "Digital Short: Singing Narrator," "Gilly," "Weekend Update" with guests Bernard Madoff, Judy Grimes, and Larry the Goose, "La Policia Mexicana," "The View," and "Good Excuse!"

14: Steve Martin/Jason Mraz - Aired: 2009-01-31

No overview available.

15: Bradley Cooper/TV on the Radio - Aired: 2009-02-07

No overview available.

16: Alec Baldwin/Jonas Brothers - Aired: 2009-02-14

Actor Alec Baldwin hosts; Jonas Brothers perform "Tonight" and "Video Girl." Sketches include "Republican Congressional Leadership Meeting," "The Fourth Jonas Brother," "The Cougar Den," "Digital Short: The Jonas Brothers' Secret," "Sir Mix-a-Lot's Photo Shop," "Weekend Update" with guests Oscar Rogers, Angelina Jolie, Angie Tempura, and Joaquin Phoenix, "Vincent Price's Valentine's Day Special," "Planning a Meeting," "Wii," "Chewable Pampers Commercial," "Virgania Horsen's Hot Air Balloon Rides," and "First Coughs."

17: Dwayne Johnson/Ray LaMontagne - Aired: 2009-03-07

Sketches include "1-800-IDEAS?," "MacGruber" (three parts), "The Rock Obama," "Activia Testimonials," "Hawaiians," "Game Time with Dave and Gary," "NBC Promos," and "Lighthouse Date."

18: Tracy Morgan/Kelly Clarkson - Aired: 2009-03-14

No overview available.

19: Seth Rogen/Phoenix - Aired: 2009-04-04

No overview available.

20: Zac Efron/Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Aired: 2009-04-11

No overview available.

21: Justin Timberlake/Ciara - Aired: 2009-05-09

No overview available.

22: Will Ferrell/Green Day - Aired: 2009-05-16

Host Will Ferrell; Green Day performs; Norm Macdonald, Maya Rudolph, Amy Poehler, Tom Hanks, Anne Hathaway and Paul Rudd also appear.

Season 35 (22 Episodes)

1: Megan Fox / U2 - Aired: 2009-09-26

Live from New York, it's... Fred Armisen! Sketches include "Gadhafi's Second Speech," "Bladdivon," "Flight Attendants," "Russian Brides," "SWAT Commander" (Digital Short), "Grady Wilson's Burning Up The Bedsheets," "Live Lounge," "Biker Chick Chat," "Megan's Roommate" (Digital Short), and "Your Mom Talks to Megan Fox While You Get Ready." U2 performed "Breathe," "Moment of Surrender," and "Ultraviolet (Light My Way)."

2: Ryan Reynolds / Lady Gaga - Aired: 2009-10-03

Live from New York, it's... Fred Armisen! Sketches include "Obama's Checklist," "Mostly Garbage Dog Food," "Celebrity Family Feud," "Throw It On The Ground" (Digital Short), "Mike's Fountainry," "Deep House Dish," "So You Commited a Crime... And You Think You Can Dance?," "International Masterworks," and "Bubble Dresses Backstage." Lady Gaga performed "Paparazzi" and a medley of "LoveGame," "Bad Romance," and "Poker Face."

3: Drew Barrymore / Regina Spektor - Aired: 2009-10-10

Live from New York, it's... Fred Armisen! Sketches include "Obama's Nobel," "Gilly and Gigli," "Celebrity Ghost Stories," "University of Westfield," "La Rivista Della Televisione," "Tampax to the Max Ladies' Billards, 1991," "Cooking Al Fresco with Fran and Phil," "Larry King Live," "Brenda and Sean" (Digital Short), and "Debbie Turner Book Signing." Regina Spektor performed "Eet" and "The Calculation."

4: Gerard Butler / Shakira - Aired: 2009-10-17

Live from New York, it's... Dwayne Johnson! Sketches include "The Return of 'The Rock' Obama," "Fuquay Satin's Grand Hoochie Skank Rose," "Game Time with Randy and Greg," "Beauty and the Beast," "300," "What's Up With That?," "Trina at the Ad Agency," and "Daveheart." Shakira performed "She Wolf" and "Did It Again."

5: Taylor Swift - Aired: 2009-11-07

Live from New York, it's... Kristen Wiig! Sketches include "Fox News Election Coverage," "Carter n' Sons BBQ," "The View," "Firelight" (Digital Short), "Hollywood Dish," "Teens Raising Awareness About Awful Parent Drivers," "Penelope at the Wedding," "Scared Straight," "Best Friends," and "Bunny Business." Taylor Swift performed "You Belong To Me" and "Untouchable."

6: January Jones / Black Eyed Peas - Aired: 2009-11-14

Live from New York, it's... Jason Sudeikis! Sketches include "Biden's in Control," "Today," "Rear Window," "WIIX," "A Lady's Guide To Throwing a Party" (film), "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde," "Toilet Encounters" (Digital Short), and "Cloud Watching." The Black Eyed Peas performed "I Gotta Feeling," "Meet Me Halfway," and "Boom Boom Pow."

7: Joseph Gordon-Levitt / Dave Matthews Band - Aired: 2009-11-21

Live from New York, it's... Nasim Pedrad and Will Forte! Sketches include "Obama and Hu Jintao," "Movie Trailer Re-Cut: Palin 2012," "Secret Word," "A Girl Like Reba" (Digital Short), "The Mellow Show," "What's Up With That?," "Thanksgiving Dinner," "Woman To Woman," and "Say Anything." The Dave Matthews Band performed "You and Me" and "Shake Me Like a Monkey."

8: Blake Lively / Rihanna - Aired: 2009-12-05

Live from New York, it's... Fred Armisen, Bobby Moynihan, and Kristen Wiig! Sketches include "Obama and the Salahis," "Carter 'n Sons," "Vagisil Superstars of Bowling Tournament 1989," "The Situation Room," "Shy Ronnie" (Digital Short), "Gossip Girl: Staten Island," "10th Annual Kickspit Underground Rock Festival," "Virginaca Hastings at Barney's," "UPS" (two parts), "Late Night with Chris Hansen," and "NASA Recruitment Office." Rihanna performed "Russian Roulette" and "Hard" (featuring Young Jeezy).

9: Taylor Lautner / Bon Jovi - Aired: 2009-12-12

Sketches include "Gov. Sanford, Sen. Ensign, and Sen. Edwards," "Rose Bowl Shoot," "Sue and the Baby," "A Message from the PGA Tour" (three parts), "Middle School Jingle Jam," "Twilight Science Partners," "Yogurt Shop Flirting," and "Doorbells and More." Bon Jovi performed "Superman Tonight" and "When We Were Beautiful."

10: James Franco / Muse - Aired: 2009-12-19

Live from New York, it's... Fred Armisen and Kristen Wiig! Sketches include "The Lawrence Welk Show," "What Up With That?," "The Kissing Vogelczeks," "The Tizzle Wizzle Show" (Digital Short), "The Manuel Ortiz Show," "Sigma Lambda Omega," "Vincent Price Christmas Special," "Tree Love," "Christmas Gift Meeting," and "Mark Wahlberg Talks to Christmas Animals." Muse performed "Uprising" and "Starlight."

11: Charles Barkley / Alicia Keys - Aired: 2010-01-09

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."

12: Sigourney Weaver / The Ting Tings - Aired: 2010-01-16

Sigourney Weaver comes back to host SNL after a 24-year gap between appearances (her first appearance was the 12th season premiere in 1986). Indie rock band The Ting Tings perform "That's Not My Name" and "Shut Up and Let Me Go." Sketches include "Larry King Live," "Grady Wilson's Fifty and Freaky," "Summer's Eve Lady Stars of Darts Championship 1988," "Digital Short: James Cameron's Laser Cats 5," "Disco Booty Junction," "Weekend Update" with Larry the Goose and Meryl Streep, "Avatar," "Riley," "Sigourney Weaver's Internet Addiction," and "Fire and Rice."

13: Jon Hamm / Michael Bublé - Aired: 2010-01-30

Sketches include "State of the Union Cold Open," "Jon Hamm Monologue," "1920s Party," an SNL digital short: "The Curse," "New Senator," "Sports Show," "Hamm and Buble," "Closet Organizer," "Court Stenographer," "Bar" and "Barnes & Noble."

14: Ashton Kutcher/Them Crooked Vultures - Aired: 2010-02-06

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.

15: Jennifer Lopez - Aired: 2010-02-27

Actress/musician Jennifer Lopez hosts and performs "Pieces" and "Starting Over." Sketches include "A Message from Quincy Jones," "Gyne-Lotrimin Ladies World Cup of Curling," "Digital Short: Flags of the World," "Hollywood Dish Interview," "Telemundo's Olympic Games Coverage," "Undercover Celebrity Boss," "Weekend Update" with guests Bobby Moynihan and Gov. David Paterson, "Besos y Lagrimas," "Office Romance," "Smash Mouth," "Car Horns and More," and "Closet Organizer."

16: Zach Galifianakis / Vampire Weekend - Aired: 2010-03-06

Actor Zach Galifianakis hosts; Vampire Weekend performs "Cousins" and "Giving Up the Gun." Sketches include "Health Care Reform," "The Vogelchecks," "Bidet," "Zach Drops by the Set," "Today," "Weekend Update" with guests Mo'Nique and Will Forte, "What Up with That?" "The Situation Room," and "Pageant Talk."

17: Jude Law / Pearl Jam - Aired: 2010-03-13

Actor Jude Law hosts; Pearl Jam performs "Just Breathe" and "Unthought Known." Sketches include "Eric Massa's Exit Interview," "Ford Commercial," "Secret Word," "Broadview Security," "Seville," "Digital Short: Boombox," "Weekend Update" with guests Whoopi Goldberg and Jerry Seinfeld, "The Twilight Zone," "Hamlet Auditions," "Kickspit Underground Rock Festival," "Court Stenographer," and "Talk Show with Ravish."

18: Tina Fey / Justin Bieber - Aired: 2010-04-10

Sketches include "Obama Census Cold Open," "Brownie Husband," "Masters," "Sarah Palin Network," "Teacher," "Weekend Update," featuring Jason Sudeikis as the devil, "Women's News with Tina Fey," "Ruff, Rugged and Roker," "School Dance" and "Lolene."

19: Ryan Phillippe/Ke$ha - Aired: 2010-04-17

No overview available.

20: Gabourey Sidibe/MGMT - Aired: 2010-04-24

Actress Gabourey Sidibe hosts; MGMT performs "Flash Delirium" and "Brian Eno." Sketches include "A Message from the President of the United States ," "The Suze Orman Show," "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" "Mrs. Johnson," "Digital Short: Cherry Battle," "I Did It in My Style," "Weekend Update" with guests Judy Grimes, Stefon, and John Mulaney, "Public Employee of the Year Awards," "Alarm Clocks and More," and "Hamilton."

21: Betty White/Jay-Z - Aired: 2010-05-08

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."

22: Alec Baldwin/Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers - Aired: 2010-05-15

Sketches include "BP Oil Spill Cold Open," "Alec Baldwin Commencement Monologue," an SNL digital short: "Great Day," "Arizona Evenings," "Swim Team Awards," "Grady Wilson," "Timecrowave," "Some Big Shot" and "Snipers."

Season 36 (22 Episodes)

1: Amy Poehler with Katy Perry - Aired: 2010-09-25

America's long-running sketch comedy show returns for Season 36 with "SNL" alum Amy Poehler helming the cast and fielding kisses from Justin Timberlake. Sketches include Bronx Beat, Hair Restoration, Maternity Matters, Wedding Venue, and more.

2: Bryan Cranston with Kanye West - Aired: 2010-10-02

Sketches include Rahm Emanuel Address Cold Open, Bryan Cranston Song Monologue, Pepto Bismol Ice, Miley Cyrus Show, What Up With That?, Shanna: Basketball Game, An SNL Digitial Short: Rescue Dogs 3-D, and Weekend Update.

3: Jane Lynch with Bruno Mars - Aired: 2010-10-09

Sketches include Ask Gloria Allred Cold Open, Jane Lynch Monologue, Facebook, New Boyfriend Talk Show, Christine O'Donnell Ad, Secret Word, An SNL Digital Short: Relaxation Therapy, Returns & Exchanges and more.

4: Emma Stone with Kings of Leon - Aired: 2010-10-23

Sketches include Obama & Reid Cold Open, Emma Stone Monologue, Baby Spanx, Makeover Show, Headline News Show, An SNL Digital Short: I Broke My Arm, The View, Wrangler Jeans Commercial, Weekend Update and more.

5: Jon Hamm with Rihanna - Aired: 2010-10-30

Rihanna performs "What's My Name" and "“Only Girl (In The World)" Sketches include Biden Cold Open, Jon Hamm Monologue, An SNL Digital Short: Ronnie And Clyde, Vincent Price Halloween, Back To The Future Screen Tests, I Didn't Ask For This, Highway Cops, Darlique & Barney, Dog in Purse

6: Scarlett Johansson with Arcade Fire - Aired: 2010-11-13

Sketches include G-20 Cold Open, 16 and Pregnant Spinoffs, Millionaire Matchmaker, Manuel Ortiz Show, Unstoppable Trailer, Hollywood Dish, Weekend Update including Jay & Jason as George W. Bush & Kanye West; Vanessa & Fredas, and more.

7: Anne Hathaway with Florence and the Machine - Aired: 2010-11-20

Sketches include Rachel Maddow Cold Open, Anne Hathaway Monologue, Message from the TSA, Miley Cyrus Show, Penelope Thanksgiving, Visiting the Queen, Weekend Update, Herb Welch, Black Friday, and Camel Tame.

8: Robert De Niro with Diddy-Dirty Money - Aired: 2010-12-04

Sketches include WikiLeaks Cold Open, New York Monologue, Book Ad, What Up With That, Mr. Produce, An SNL Digital Short: Party at Mr. Bernard's, Weekend Update, Movie Fan, Blizzard Man, Vinny Talks to De Niro, Hair Restoration, and more.

9: Paul Rudd with Paul McCartney - Aired: 2010-12-11

Sketches include Obama Address Cold Open, Paul Monologue, Cat Cuisine, Kissing Family, What's That Name, Message From MasterCard, Sexually Speaking, Weekend Update, Field Day, and Ice Show at the Garden (Meryl Streep on Ice).

10: Jeff Bridges with Eminem - Aired: 2010-12-18

Sketches include White House Christmas Party Cold Open, Christmas Song Monologue (Silver Bells with Cookie Monster), A Message From Mark Zuckerberg, Miley Cyrus Show, An SNL Digital Short: I Just Had Sex, Larry King Live and more.

11: Jim Carrey with The Black Keys - Aired: 2011-01-08

Sketches include Bloomberg Cold Open, Jim Carrey Monologue, Hair Restoration, Black Swan, Finding Your Power (Healing Conversations), Grady Wilson's Tantric N' Tasty, Worst of Soul Train, Weekend Update, Amusement Park Ride and more.

12: Gwyneth Paltrow with Cee Lo Green - Aired: 2011-01-15

Sketches include Fox News Cold Open, Country Monologue, The Cape Promo, Secret Word, An SNL Digital Short: Andy & Pee Wee's Night Out, Bar Mitzvah Songs, Record Meeting, Weekend Update, Fresh Prince Lost Episodes, ESPN Deportes, and more.

13: Jesse Eisenberg with Nicki Minaj - Aired: 2011-01-29

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.

14: Dana Carvey with Linkin Park - Aired: 2011-02-05

Sketches include Wayne's World Cold Open featuring Mike Myers, Dana Carvey Monologue, Sleepmate Pro, Church Chat featuring Justin Bieber, Teen Crisis Hotline, The Roommate featuring Justin Bieber, Weekend Update, Pageant Preview, and more.

15: Russell Brand with Chris Brown - Aired: 2011-02-12

Sketches include O'Reilly/Obama Cold Open, Russell Monologue, Spider-Man Lawsuit, Vacation Giveaway, British Movie Trailer, Royal Taster, Chris Brown "Yeah 3X", Weekend Update, and more.

16: Miley Cyrus with The Strokes - Aired: 2011-03-05

Sketches include Winning It Cold Open, Miley Perfect Monologue, Baby Spanx, Our Time with Taboo & Apl De App, Disney Channel Acting School, Miley Cyrus Show, The Strokes "Under Cover of Darkness," Weekend Update, and more.

17: Zach Galifianakis with Jessie J. - Aired: 2011-03-12

Sketches include March Madness Cold Open, partial Zach Monologue, The Talk, Comedy Tour, Scared Straight, Digital Short: Zach Looks for a New Assistant, Weekend Update, Canadian Entertainment Show, Corn Syrup Commercial, and Titanic.

18: Elton John with Leon Russell - Aired: 2011-04-02

Sketches include Lawrence Welk Cold Open, Elton John Monologue, ESPN Classic: Ladies Shot Put, Knights of the Realm, An SNL Digital Short: Laser Cats #6, Elton John & Leon Russell: "Hey Ahab", Weekend Update, Elton Visits the Queen, and more.

19: Helen Mirren with Foo Fighters - Aired: 2011-04-09

Sketches include Presidential Address Cold Open, Celebrity Taxes, An SNL Digital Short: Helen Mirren's Magic Bosom, Fox and Friends, Mary Shelley, Foo Fighters "Rope," Weekend Update, Underground Festival - Easter, The Roosevelts, and more.

20: Tina Fey with Ellie Goulding - Aired: 2011-05-07

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.

21: Ed Helms with Paul Simon - Aired: 2011-05-14

Sketches include The Situation Room, Corn Syrup Producers of America, What up with that?, The Ambiguously Gay Duo: The Dark, Clenched Hole of Evil, Wild World, One-Take Tony, Ann-Margret Tries To Throw A Wad Of Paper Into A Trashcan, and A Republican Candidate.

22: Justin Timberlake with Lady Gaga - Aired: 2011-05-21

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".

Season 37 (22 Episodes)

1: Alec Baldwin with Radiohead - Aired: 2011-09-24

Radiohead performs "Lotus Flower" and "Staircase." Sketches include Either the 7th or 8th Debate, Red Flag, All My Children Wrap Party, WDHX 19 Buffalo, Who's on Top?, Top Gun Screentests, Child Psychologist, and Angels in the Trenches.

2: Melissa McCarthy with Lady Antebellum - Aired: 2011-10-01

Lady Antebellum performs "We Owned the Night" and "Just a Kiss." Sketches include The Lawrence Welk Show, Lil Poundcake, Arlene and Tim, Stomp, The Comments Section, Rock's Way, Hidden Valley Ranch Product Testing, and The Tap.

3: Ben Stiller with Foster The People - Aired: 2011-10-08

Foster the People perform "Pumped Up Kicks" and "Houdini" with Kenny G on soprano sax. Sketches include Mitt Romney and Chris Christie, Lincoln Financial Group (three parts), Fox & Friends, The Best of Both Worlds, V-Necks (Digital Short), Shanna's Halloween Party, Columbus Day Aassblast, Bruce Springsteen: Just the Stories, and Tinyballs.

4: Anna Faris with Drake - Aired: 2011-10-15

Drake performs “Headlines” and “Make Me Proud” with guest Nicki Minaj. Sketches include "Mayor Bloomberg," "The Manuel Ortiz Show," "What's Wrong With Tanya?!" "Interview with Drake" (Digital Short), "Yet Another GOP Debate," "Sip n' Soda," "J-Pop America Fun Time Now," "Foppish Cecil," and "Ferrari Calendar."

5: Charlie Day with Maroon 5 - Aired: 2011-11-05

Maroon 5 performs "Moves Like Jagger" and "My Heart'sa Stereo" (feat. Travis McCoy). Sketches include "The Ghost of Moammer Ghadafi," "Kim's Fairytale Divorce," "The Dr. Oz Show," "Greek God Meeting," "Getting Freaky with Cee-Lo Green," "Kings of Catchphrase Comedy, Volume 2," "Because of One Dolphin," "Seinfeld Apartment Murder," and "Lil' Poundcake."

6: Emma Stone with Coldplay - Aired: 2011-11-12

Coldplay perform "Paradise" and 'Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall" Sketches include "Rick Perry Fumbles," "Secret Word," "WXPD News," "Wish It Would Rain" (Digital Short), "Les Jeunes de Paris," "Bachlorette Party," "Someone Like You," and "Technology Hump" (film).

7: Jason Segel with Florence and the Machine - Aired: 2011-11-19

Florence + The Machine perform "Shake It Off" and "No Light No Light." Sketches include "Romney: Raw & Unleashed," "Red Flag," "Replacing Regis," "Kemper-Pedic," "Vogelchek Thanksgiving," "Mitch's Retirement Party," "A New Jack Thanksgiving," "Seducing Women Through Chess" (Digital Short), "Andre the Giant Chooses An Ice Cream Flavor," and "Blue Jean Committee."

8: Steve Buscemi with The Black Keys - Aired: 2011-12-03

The Black Keys perform "Lonely Boy" and "Gold On The Ceiling." Skits include: Presidential Address, Frozen Mexican Dinner, The Miley Cyrus Show, The Dark Knight Sneaks Up on Gordon, The Mystery of the Chopped-Up Guy, Central Cougars, Playskool Surprise, Ed Vincent’s Sex Symposium, Happy Holidays From Sheila and Sheila.

9: Katy Perry with Robyn - Aired: 2011-12-10

Robyn performs “Call Your Girlfriend” and “Dancing On My Own” Skits include: On The Record, J Pop America Fun Time Now, The Apocalypse, Kalle, Two Best Friends, Doggie Duty, Kate Middleton Pregnancy, Politics Nation, Lounge Act Soul Mate.

10: Jimmy Fallon with Michael Bublé - Aired: 2011-12-17

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.

11: Charles Barkley with Kelly Clarkson - Aired: 2012-01-07

Kelly Clarkson performs “What Doesn’t Kill You” and “Mr. Know It All” Skits include: A Message From Rick Santorum, Chantix, Inside The NBA, White People Problems, ESPN Bowl Madness, Joanne, Charles Barkley’s Post Game Translator, Lord Wyndemere, The 17th Annual Adult Video Awards, Convoluted Jerry (digital short), Mayan Calendar.

12: Daniel Radcliffe with Lana Del Rey - Aired: 2012-01-14

Lana Del Ray performs “Video Games” and “Blue Jeans” Skits include: Ricky Gervais: Awards Host, Target Lady, You Can Do Anything!, Spin the Bottle, The Delaware Fellas, Hogwarts 2020, X27B Theater, Glenda Okones, The Jay Pharoah Show, Concord Exit Poll

13: Channing Tatum with Bon Iver - Aired: 2012-02-04

Bon Iver performs “Holocene” and “Beth/Rest” Skits include: Newt Gingrich, Moon President, It’s Getting Freaky with Cee Lo Green, Downton Abbey on Spike, NBC NFL Promo, Secret Word, Rebecca’s Bat Mitzvah, Tom Brady in Ruby Tuesday, Go-Tech Flex (With Thumbpulse), Bongo’s Clown Room

14: Zooey Deschanel with Karmin - Aired: 2012-02-11

Karmin performs “Brokenhearted” and “I Told You So” Skits include: Chrysler Ad II, Piers Morgan Tonight, Les Jeunes De Paris, Chrysler Ad III, Daily Post, 1941, Chrysler Ad IV, Bein’ Quirky with Zooey Deschanel, Verizon Commercial, Crab Blast 2012, We’re Gonna Make Technology Hump, Letters Between Sisters.

15: Maya Rudolph with Sleigh Bells - Aired: 2012-02-18

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?

16: Lindsay Lohan with Jack White - Aired: 2012-03-03

Jack White performs “Love Interruption" and "Sixteen Saltines" Skits include: The Real Housewives of Disney, 2012 Psychic Awards, Scared Straight, Deliquent Girl Teen Gang, Big Afro Wedding Invitation, B108FM, Housesitter, Rude Buddha, A Weird Guy By A Fire

17: Jonah Hill with The Shins - Aired: 2012-03-10

The Shins perform “Simple Song" and “It’s Only Life” Skits include: Benihana, Science Finders, J-Pop America Funtime Now!, Primate Research Center, Liza Minelli Tries To Turn Off A Lamp, Anniversary Orchestra

18: Sofia Vergara with One Direction - Aired: 2012-04-07

One Direction perform "What Makes You Beautiful" and "One Thing" and appeared in "The Manuel Ortiz Show" sketch. Skits include:Just Friends Booty Shorts, Bein’ Quirky With Zooey Deschanel, Almost Pizza, Channel 5 Action News Team Promo, It's Gilly, The Manuel Ortiz Show, Lil’ Poundcake, Watch What Happens Live, Pantene Commercial, 74th Annual Hunger Games.

19: Josh Brolin with Gotye - Aired: 2012-04-14

Gotye performs “Somebody I Used To Know" (with Kimbra) and “Eyes Wide Open" Skits include Game of Thrones Behind The Scenes, The Californians, America’s Next Top Empire State of Mind Parody Artist, Laser Cats, Piers Morgan Tonight, Slow Motion Hallway, Somebody That I Used To Know, Booker T Washington High Prom

20: Eli Manning with Rihanna - Aired: 2012-05-05

Rihanna performs "Talk That Talk" and "Where Have You Been" Sketches include Fox and Friends, Mother’s Day Gift, Madden Motion Capture, Bananagram Murder Trial, Little Brothers, WXPD News, Tanning Mom, What Is This, Helga Lately, Illusions, TCM: The Essentials

21: Will Ferrell with Usher - Aired: 2012-05-12

Usher performs "Scream" and "Climax" Skits include: Nasaflu, Wilson High School Alternative Prom, ESPN Classic, The 100th Digital Short, 2012 Funkytown Debate, Broadway Sizzle, Vince and Angela’s 25th Anniversary

22: Mick Jagger with Arcade Fire, Jeff Beck, Foo Fighters - Aired: 2012-05-19

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.

Season 38 (21 Episodes)

1: Seth MacFarlane with Frank Ocean - Aired: 2012-09-15

Host Seth MacFarlane; Frank Ocean performs "Thinkin' Bout You" and "Pyramids."

2: Joseph Gordon-Levitt with Mumford & Sons - Aired: 2012-09-22

Host Joseph Gordon-Levitt; Mumford & Sons perform "I Will Wait" and "Below My Feet".

3: Daniel Craig with Muse - Aired: 2012-10-06

Host Daniel Craig; Muse perform "Madness" and "Panic Station."

4: Christina Applegate with Passion Pit - Aired: 2012-10-13

Host Christina Applegate; Passion Pit performs "Take a Walk" and "Carried Away."

5: Bruno Mars - Aired: 2012-10-20

Bruno Mars hosts and performs "Locked Out of Heaven" and "Young Girls".

6: Louis C.K. with fun. - Aired: 2012-11-03

Host Louis C.K.; Fun performs "Some Nights" and "Carry On".

7: Anne Hathaway with Rihanna - Aired: 2012-11-10

Host Anne Hathaway; Rihanna performs "Diamonds" and "Stay".

8: Jeremy Renner with Maroon 5 - Aired: 2012-11-17

Host Jeremy Renner; Maroon 5 perform "One More Night" and "Daylight".

9: Jamie Foxx with Ne-Yo - Aired: 2012-12-08

Host Jamie Foxx; Ne-Yo performs.

10: Martin Short with Paul McCartney - Aired: 2012-12-15

Host Martin Short; Paul McCartney performs.

11: Jennifer Lawrence with The Lumineers - Aired: 2013-01-19

Host Jennifer Lawrence; The Lumineers perform.

12: Adam Levine with Kendrick Lamar - Aired: 2013-01-26

Host Adam Levine; Kendrick Lamar performs.

13: Justin Bieber - Aired: 2013-02-09

Host and musical guest Justin Bieber.

14: Christoph Waltz with Alabama Shakes - Aired: 2013-02-16

Host Christoph Waltz; Alabama Shakes perform.

15: Kevin Hart with Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - Aired: 2013-03-02

Host Kevin Hart; Macklemore & Ryan Lewis perform.

16: Justin Timberlake - Aired: 2013-03-09

Host and musical guest Justin Timberlake.

17: Melissa McCarthy with Phoenix - Aired: 2013-04-06

Host Melissa McCarthy; Phoenix perform.

18: Vince Vaughn with Miguel - Aired: 2013-04-13

Host Vince Vaughn; Miguel performs.

19: Zach Galifianakis with Of Monsters and Men - Aired: 2013-05-04

Host Zach Galifianakis; Of Monsters and Men perform.

20: Kristen Wiig with Vampire Weekend - Aired: 2013-05-11

Host Kristen Wiig; Vampire Weekend perform.

21: Ben Affleck with Kanye West - Aired: 2013-05-18

Host Ben Affleck; Kanye West performs.

Season 39 (21 Episodes)

1: Tina Fey with Arcade Fire - Aired: 2013-09-28

Cold Open: Affordable Care Act Sketches: Airport, New Cast Member or Arcade Fire?, Cinema Classics, Manolo Blahnik Pretaped: Girls, E-Meth, Rick's Model T's

2: Miley Cyrus - Aired: 2013-10-05

Cold Opening: VMAs Backstage Sketches: 50 Shades of Grey Auditions, Girlfriends Talk Show, We Did Stop, Piers Morgan Live, Cheer Squad, Mornin' Miami, Poetry Class, Miley Sex Tape

3: Bruce Willis with Katy Perry - Aired: 2013-10-12

Cold Open: NASA Shutdown Sketches: Black Ops, The Ol' Barbershop, Boy Dance Party, The Lady Gaga Show, Armageddon, Centauri Vodka, Protective Son, Sigma Commercials: 24-hour Energy For Dating Actresses, E-meth

4: Edward Norton with Janelle Monáe - Aired: 2013-10-26

Cold Open: Obamacare Website Sketches: School Visit, Steve Harvey, Critter Control, Drug Deal, 12 Years Not a Slave, Ruth's Chris, Halloween Candy Commercials: Autumn's Eve Pumpkin Spice Douche, The Midnight Coterie of Sinister Intruder

5: Kerry Washington with Eminem - Aired: 2013-11-02

Cold Open: Oval Office Sketches: Career Week, My Girl, How's He Doing?, Miss Universe Moscow 2013, Cartoon Catchphrase, Fall Carnival, Date or Diss, Ice Cream

6: Lady Gaga - Aired: 2013-11-16

Cold Open: Rob Ford Sketch: Anti-Depressant, Kimye Talk Show, Co-op Board, Spotlightz Acting Camp, Blockbusters, 4th Grade Talent Show, Red Zone

7: Josh Hutcherson with Haim - Aired: 2013-11-23

Cold Open: Pier Morgan Live Sketches: Josie, Office Boss, Best Buy, Dancing, Bugs, Girlfriends Talk Show, Turkey Dinner Date, Matchbox 3 Musical Act: Haim

8: Paul Rudd with One Direction - Aired: 2013-12-07

Cold Open: The Sound of Music Condensed Sketches: Bill Brasky, Dan Charles, The Lawrence Welk Show, Politics Nation, Divorce Meeting, Michalangelo's David, White Christmas, Santa's Elves, 28 Miles Away Musical Act: One Direction

9: John Goodman with Kings of Leon - Aired: 2013-12-14

Cold Open: Nelson Madela Funeral Sketches: Guy Fieri Holiday Special, Three Wise Guys, Shopping at H&M, Snowflakes Dance, Genevieve, Fire Safety, Hallmark Christmas Movies, The Christmas Whistle, Last Call Musical Act: Kings of Leon

10: Jimmy Fallon with Justin Timberlake - Aired: 2013-12-21

Cold Open: Wrappinville Sketches: Celebrity Family Feud, The Barry Gibb Talk Show, Waking Up With Kimye, A Christmas Carol, It's Cold Outside Commercials: Now That's What I Call Christmas

11: Drake - Aired: 2014-01-18

Cold Open: Piers Morgan Tonight Sketches: Mazel Tov Aubrey, Hip Hop Classics: Before They Were Stars, Nancy Grace, New Years Resoultuion, Pajama Party, Indiana Jones Spectacular, Detention, Morning' Miami, I Know

12: Jonah Hill with Bastille - Aired: 2014-01-25

Cold Open: Heterosexual figure skating Sketches: Adam Grossman, Couples Quiz, Sweetland Ranch, Dinner at the Boss' Pretaped: Hitmen, Me, Inside SoCal Commectial: Lamborghini Musical Act: Bastille

13: Melissa McCarthy with Imagine Dragons - Aired: 2014-02-01

Cold Open: Halftime Spectacular Sketches: Women's Group, Guess That Phrase!, Art Exhibit, Girlfriends Talks Show, Summer of Diane Pretaped: CVS, Delaware 1 News Special Report, Super Champions Music: Imagine Dragons

14: Jim Parsons with Beck - Aired: 2014-03-01

Cold Open: Ellen Sketches: The Killer Files, Oscar Profile: 12 Years a Slave, Murder Mystery Dinner, Spotlightz: Acting Camp for Serious Kids!, Elevator Stink, Dwayne's Birthday Pretaped: Peter Pan, Bird Bible Music: Beck

15: Lena Dunham with The National - Aired: 2014-03-08

Cold Open:Crimea Taken Sketches: Scandal, What's Poppin', What Are You Even doing? You're Being Crazy, Jewellery Patry, Pimpin' with Katt Williams Pretaped: Ooh Child, Girl Eve, Will Smith E-mails Music: The National

16: Louis C.K. with Sam Smith - Aired: 2014-03-29

Cold Open: ObamaCare Website Sketches: Black Jeopardy, Baby CEO, Mr. Big Stuff, Doctor's Office, Detective Brock, Dave & Stacy Pretaped: Chris Fitzpatrick for Kentwood High School ASB President Sam Smith performs "Stay With Me" and "Lay Me Down".

17: Anna Kendrick with Pharrell Williams - Aired: 2014-04-05

Cold Open: Congressional Hearing Sketches: Fox & Friends, The Little Mermaid, Les Jeunes de Paris, Norfolk Zoo Field Trip, Big Joe, Twin Audition Pretaped: Dongs, Get More Groceries, NCAA Tourney Best of The White Guys

18: Seth Rogen with Ed Sheeran - Aired: 2014-04-12

Cold Open: Coachella Music Festival Sketches: Just Say No, Helen at the Party, Blue River Dog Food, Only Once Engagement, Undercover Sharpton, Every Sperm Must Go! Pretaped: CNN Pregnancy Test, Monster Pals, A Very Smoky 420

19: Andrew Garfield with Coldplay - Aired: 2014-05-03

Host Andrew Garfield; Coldplay perform.

20: Charlize Theron with The Black Keys - Aired: 2014-05-10

Host Charlize Theron; The Black Keys perform.

21: Andy Samberg with St. Vincent - Aired: 2014-05-17

Host Andy Samberg; St. Vincent performs.

Season 40 (21 Episodes)

1: Chris Pratt with Ariana Grande - Aired: 2014-09-27

Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt hosts Saturday Night Live's 40th season premiere with musical guest Ariana Grade. Sketches include Marvel Trailer, He-Man & Lion-O, CNN State of the Union – NFL Cold Open, Cialis Turnt and Booty Rap.

2: Sarah Silverman with Maroon 5 - Aired: 2014-10-04

Saturday Night Live alum Sarah Silverman returns as host while musical guest Maroon 5 makes their fifth appearance on the show. Sketches include Joan Rivers, Whites, Weekend Update: What You Can Say, Proud Mary, Car Ride and Poem.

3: Bill Hader with Hozier - Aired: 2014-10-11

Bill Hader makes his hosting debut alongside musical guest Hozier. Sketches include Herb Welch: Virginity Pledge Rally, The Group Hopper, Hollywood Game Night, Weekend Update: Stefon Returns, Puppet Class and Cat.

4: Jim Carrey with Iggy Azalea - Aired: 2014-10-25

Jim Carrey returns as host for the third time while musical guest Iggy Azalea makes her SNL debut. Sketches include Halloween Party, Ghost Chasers, Carrey Family Reunion, Lincoln Ad and Weekend Update: Drunk Uncle on Halloween.

5: Chris Rock with Prince - Aired: 2014-11-01

Former cast member Chris Rock hosts for the second time while Prince performs a special medley set. Sketches include Vlog, Shark Tank, How's He Doing, GoProbe and Swiftamine.

6: Woody Harrelson with Kendrick Lamar - Aired: 2014-11-15

Woody Harrelson hosts Saturday Night Live for the third time and Kendrick Lamar performs. Sketches include 1989 Monologue, The Dudleys, Match'd, A New Day, Weekend Update: Matthew McConaughey & Woody Harrelson and Last Call with Woody Harrelson.

7: Cameron Diaz with Bruno Mars & Mark Ronson - Aired: 2014-11-22

Cameron Diaz hosts Saturday Night Live for the fourth time while Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars serve as musical guest. Sketches include Back Home Ballers, Capitol Hill Cold Open, New Annie, High School Theater Show and Office Boss.

8: James Franco with Nicki Minaj - Aired: 2014-12-06

James Franco hosts Saturday Night Live for the third time while Nicki Minaj makes her second appearance as musical guest. Sketches include Peter Pan Live!, Star Wars Teaser, Brain Space, Kid Mayor and Porn Stars with James Franco and Seth Rogen.

9: Martin Freeman with Charli XCX - Aired: 2014-12-13

Martin Freeman makes his Saturday Night Live hosting debut while Charli XCX serves as musical guest. Sketches include The Hobbit Office, Sump'n Claus, Church, Jacob the Bar Mitzvah Boy on Hanukkah and Waterbed Commercial.

10: Amy Adams with One Direction - Aired: 2014-12-20

Amy Adams returns to host Saturday Night Live while One Direction makes their third appearance as musical guest. Sketches include Christmas Serial, Girlfriends Talk Show with Amy Adams and One Direction, Tenderfield Video Christmas Card, Sam/Smith Dr. Evil Cold Open and Office Christmas Party.

11: Kevin Hart with Sia - Aired: 2015-01-17

Kevin Hart hosts Saturday Night Live for the second time while Sia makes her debut as musical guest. Sketches include MLK Cold Open, Kevin Hart Monologue, Calvin Klein Ad, Why'd You Post That, Bushwick, Brooklyn 2015 and Kevin's Son.

12: Blake Shelton - Aired: 2015-01-24

Blake Shelton pulls double duty as host and musical guest on Saturday Night Live. Sketches include Blake Shelton's Hee-Haw Monologue, Farm Hunk, Wishin' Boot, Celebrity Family Feud and Weekend Update: Riblet.

13: J.K. Simmons with D'Angelo - Aired: 2015-01-31

J.K. Simmons makes his hosting debut while D'Angelo serves as musical guest. Sketches include Super Bowl Shut Down, J.K. Simmons Monologue, Teacher Snow Day, Totino's Super Bowl Commercial and The Jay Z Story.

14: Dakota Johnson with Alabama Shakes - Aired: 2015-02-28

Actress Dakota Johnson hosts SNL for the first time while Alabama Shakes returns as musical guest. Sketches include Giuliani Cold Open, Father Daughter Ad, Say What You Wanna Say, Press Junket, I Can't and Emergency Room.

15: Chris Hemsworth with Zac Brown Band - Aired: 2015-03-07

Host Chris Hemsworth and musical guest Zac Brown Band make their SNL debuts. Sketches include American Express Ad, Empire Promo, Avengers News Report, Porn Stars: Dolce & Gabbana and Reality House.

16: Dwayne Johnson with George Ezra - Aired: 2015-03-28

Dwayne Johnson hosts for the fourth time while musical guest George Ezra makes his SNL debut. Sketches include The Rock Obama Cold Open, Dwayne Johnson's Franchise Viagra Monologue, New Disney Movie, The Jungle, Pepboys and Improv Show.

17: Michael Keaton with Carly Rae Jepsen - Aired: 2015-04-04

Michael Keaton hosts for the third time while musical guest Carly Rae Jepsen makes her SNL debut. Sketches include Michael Keaton Tribute Monologue, Prom Queen, Easter Hotline, Neutrology Music Video, Weekend Update: Pete Davidson on The Walking Dead Season Finale and Easter Candy.

18: Taraji P. Henson with Mumford & Sons - Aired: 2015-04-11

Taraji P. Henson makes her hosting debut alongside second-time musical guest Mumford & Sons. Sketches include Hillary Election Video Cold Open, Taraji P. Henson's I Made It Monologue, Game of Thrones, Sesame Street Promo and Weekend Update: Jacob the Bar Mitzvah Boy Explains Passover.

19: Scarlett Johansson with Wiz Khalifa - Aired: 2015-05-02

Scarlett Johansson hosts for the fourth time alongside musical guest Wiz Khalifa in his SNL debut. Sketches include Mayweather-Pacquiao Cold Open, Orioles, Girlfriends Talk Show: Prom Queen Camden, Virgin Flight, Blazer and Weekend Update: Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Marriage Equality.

20: Reese Witherspoon with Florence and the Machine - Aired: 2015-05-09

Reese Witherspoon makes her second appearance as host alongside musical guest Florence + the Machine. Sketches include 2016 Republicans Cold Open, Mother's Day Apologies Monologue with Reese Witherspoon, Picture Perfect, High School Theatre Show and Whiskers R' We Spring Cat Giveaway.

21: Louis C.K. with Rihanna - Aired: 2015-05-16

Louis C.K. returns as host for the third time while Rihanna makes her fifth appearance as musical guest. Sketches include Summertime Cold Open, Louis C.K. Monologue, Police Lineup, This Is How I Talk, Wood PSA and The Shoemaker & the Elves.

Season 41 (21 Episodes)

1: Miley Cyrus - Aired: 2015-10-03

Miley Cyrus serves as host and musical guest for the season 41 premiere. Sketches include Trump Cold Open, My Way Monologue, Bar Talk, The Squad and 50's Dance.

2: Amy Schumer with The Weeknd - Aired: 2015-10-10

Amy Schumer makes her hosting debut alongside The Weeknd, who serves as musical guest for the first time. Sketches include Fox & Friends: Speaker of the House Cold Open, Amy Schumer Monologue, Delta Flight, Porn Teacher and Hands-Free Selfie-Stick.

3: Tracy Morgan with Demi Lovato - Aired: 2015-10-17

Tracy Morgan returns to SNL for his second hosting stint while Demi Lovato makes her second appearance as musical guest. Sketches include Democratic Debate Cold Open, Tracy Morgan Monologue, Brian Fellow's Safari Planet: A Beaver and a Camel, Yo! Where Jackie Chan at Right Now? and Astronaut Jones: The Martian.

4: Donald Trump with Sia - Aired: 2015-11-07

Donald Trump hosts for the second time alongside musical guest Sia, also making her second appearance. Sketches include MSNBC Forum Cold Open, Donald Trump Monologue, Bad Girls, Live Tweeting, Hotline Bling Parody and Weekend Update: Drunk Uncle on Donald Trump.

5: Elizabeth Banks with Disclosure - Aired: 2015-11-14

Elizabeth Banks makes her SNL hosting debut alongside musical guest Disclosure, who performs with special guests Lorde and Sam Smith. Sketches include Black Jeopardy with Elizabeth Banks, First Got Horny 2 U, High School Theatre Show with Elizabeth Banks, Weekend Update: Pete Davidson on Transgender Rights and Uber for Jen.

6: Matthew McConaughey with Adele - Aired: 2015-11-21

Matthew McConaughey hosts SNL for the first time in a decade alongside musical guest Adele, who makes her second appearance on the show. Sketches include Fox & Friends: Syrian Refugee Crisis Cold Open, Matthew McConaughey Monologue, A Thanksgiving Miracle, Star Wars Auditions and Weekend Update: David Ortiz on Retirement.

7: Ryan Gosling with Leon Bridges - Aired: 2015-12-05

Ryan Gosling makes his hosting debut alongside first-time musical guest Leon Bridges. Sketches include Ryan Gosling Canada Monologue, Santa Baby, Birthday Party, Weekend Update: Anthony Crispino and Angelo Skaggs, Hometown Bar and The Wiz.

8: Chris Hemsworth with Chance the Rapper - Aired: 2015-12-12

Chris Hemsworth hosts for the second time while Chance The Rapper makes his musical guest debut. Sketches include Bush Cold Open, Chris Hemsworth Returns Monologue, Time to Bleed, Brother 2 Brother: Wrestling Meet, Brunch and Male Strippers.

9: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler with Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band - Aired: 2015-12-19

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler host SNL alongside musical guest Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Sketches include GOP Debate Cold Open, Tina Fey & Amy Poehler Christmas Mash-up Monologue, A Hillary Christmas, Meet Your Second Wife and Tina & Amy's Dope Squad.

10: Adam Driver with Chris Stapleton - Aired: 2016-01-16

Adam Driver makes his SNL hosting debut alongside first-time musical guest Chris Stapleton. Sketches include Republican Debate Cold Open, NFL Playoff Game, Undercover Boss: Starkiller Base, Aladdin, Golden Globes and Porn Doctor.

11: Ronda Rousey with Selena Gomez - Aired: 2016-01-23

Ronda Rousey hosts for the first time alongside musical guest Selena Gomez. Sketches include Palin Endorsement Cold Open, Ronda Rousey Monologue, Screen Guild Awards, Love Struck and Bland Man.

12: Larry David with The 1975 - Aired: 2016-02-06

Larry David makes his hosting debut alongside first-time musical guest The 1975. Sketches include Larry David Monologue, Bern Your Enthusiasm, Steam Ship, Weekend Update: Derek Zoolander & Hansel and Last Call with Larry David.

13: Melissa McCarthy with Kanye West - Aired: 2016-02-13

Melissa McCarthy hosts alongside musical guest Kanye West. Sketches include Hillary Clinton Cold Open, Melissa McCarthy Five-Timers Monologue, Beyoncé Trailer, Kyle vs. Kanye and Whiskers R We with Melissa McCarthy.

14: Jonah Hill with Future - Aired: 2016-03-05

Jonah Hill returns for his fourth hosting appearance alongside first-time musical guest Future. Sketches include CNN Election Center Cold Open, Jonah Hill Monologue with Future, School Auction, Fond Du Lac News & Jungle Fever.

15: Ariana Grande - Aired: 2016-03-12

Ariana Grande returns to SNL and pulls double duty as host and musical guest. Sketches include Carson Endorsement, Ariana Grande Monologue, Hillary Clinton Ad, This Is Not a Feminist Song, Tidal and Sound of Music.

16: Peter Dinklage with Gwen Stefani - Aired: 2016-04-02

Peter Dinklage hosts SNL for the first time alongside musical guest Gwen Stefani. Sketches include At This Hour Cold Open, Peter Dinklage Monologue, Naked & Afraid: Celebrity Edition, Mafia Meeting and Game of Thrones Sneak Peek.

17: Russell Crowe with Margo Price - Aired: 2016-04-09

No overview available.

18: Julia Louis-Dreyfus with Nick Jonas - Aired: 2016-04-16

No overview available.

19: Brie Larson with Alicia Keys - Aired: 2016-05-07

No overview available.

20: Drake - Aired: 2016-05-14

No overview available.

21: Fred Armisen with Courtney Barnett - Aired: 2016-05-21

No overview available.

Season 42 (21 Episodes)

1: Margot Robbie with The Weeknd - Aired: 2016-10-01

No overview available.

2: Lin-Manuel Miranda with Twenty One Pilots - Aired: 2016-10-08

No overview available.

3: Emily Blunt with Bruno Mars - Aired: 2016-10-15

No overview available.

4: Tom Hanks with Lady Gaga - Aired: 2016-10-22

Sketches include: The Presidential Debate, Black Jeopardy, Halloween Show, Broken, Haunted Elevator (ft. David S. Pumpkins), Weekend Update, Cockpit, A Girl's Halloween, America's Funniest Pets.

5: Benedict Cumberbatch with Solange - Aired: 2016-11-05

No overview available.

6: Dave Chappelle with A Tribe Called Quest - Aired: 2016-11-12

No overview available.

7: Kristen Wiig with The xx - Aired: 2016-11-19

No overview available.

8: Emma Stone with Shawn Mendes - Aired: 2016-12-03

No overview available.

9: John Cena with Maren Morris - Aired: 2016-12-10

No overview available.

10: Casey Affleck with Chance the Rapper - Aired: 2016-12-17

No overview available.

11: Felicity Jones with Sturgill Simpson - Aired: 2017-01-14

No overview available.

12: Aziz Ansari with Big Sean - Aired: 2017-01-21

No overview available.

13: Kristen Stewart with Alessia Cara - Aired: 2017-02-04

No overview available.

14: Alec Baldwin with Ed Sheeran - Aired: 2017-02-11

No overview available.

15: Octavia Spencer with Father John Misty - Aired: 2017-03-04

No overview available.

16: Scarlett Johansson with Lorde - Aired: 2017-03-11

No overview available.

17: Louis C.K. with The Chainsmokers - Aired: 2017-04-08

No overview available.

18: Jimmy Fallon with Harry Styles - Aired: 2017-04-15

No overview available.

19: Chris Pine with LCD Soundsystem - Aired: 2017-05-06

No overview available.

20: Melissa McCarthy with Haim - Aired: 2017-05-13

No overview available.

21: Dwayne Johnson with Katy Perry - Aired: 2017-05-20

No overview available.

Season 43 (23 Episodes)

1: Ryan Gosling and Jay-Z - Aired: 2017-09-30

Ryan Gosling hosts with musical guest Jay-Z.

2: Gal Gadot and Sam Smith - Aired: 2017-10-07

Gal Gadot hosts with musical guest Sam Smith.

3: Kumail Nanjiani and P!nk - Aired: 2017-10-14

Kumail Nanjiani hosts with musical guest P!nk.

4: The David S. Pumpkins Animated Halloween Special - Aired: 2017-10-28

Based on the popular Saturday Night Live sketch, this animated special features the voice of Tom Hanks as mystery man David S. Pumpkins, and the voices of Peter Dinklage, Mikey Day, Bobby Moynihan and Streeter Seidell.

5: SNL Presents: Halloween - Aired: 2017-10-28

Celebrate with Kellywise, David S. Pumpkins, Vincent Price and more.

6: Larry David and Miley Cyrus - Aired: 2017-11-04

Larry David hosts with musical guest Miley Cyrus.

7: Tiffany Haddish and Taylor Swift - Aired: 2017-11-11

Tiffany Haddish hosts with musical guest Taylor Swift.

8: Chance the Rapper and Eminem - Aired: 2017-11-18

Chance the Rapper hosts with musical guest Eminem.

9: Saoirse Ronan and U2 - Aired: 2017-12-02

Saoirse Ronan hosts with musical guest U2.

10: James Franco and SZA - Aired: 2018-01-13

Golden Globe winner Sam Rockwell makes his hosting debut with musical guest Halsey, also marking her debut.

11: Kevin Hart and Foo Fighters - Aired: 2017-12-16

Comedian Kevin Hart returns to host his third episode with Foo Fighters returning for a seventh time as musical guest, tying the record for most "SNL" appearances by a rock band.

12: Sam Rockwell and Halsey - Aired: 2018-01-13

Golden Globe winner Sam Rockwell makes his hosting debut with Halsey marking her debut as musical guest.

13: Jessica Chastain and Troye Sivan - Aired: 2018-01-20

Jessica Chastain takes the "SNL" stage as host for her first time with Troye Sivan appearing as musical guest for the first time.

14: Will Ferrell and Chris Stapleton - Aired: 2018-01-27

Will Ferrell, who was a cast member from 1995-2002, returns to Studio 8H as a four-time host. Chris Stapleton joins as musical guest for the second time.

15: Natalie Portman and Dua Lipa - Aired: 2018-02-03

Academy Award winner Natalie Portman returns for the second time as host and pop artist Dua Lipa joins as musical guest for the first time.

16: Charles Barkley and Migos - Aired: 2018-03-03

No overview available.

17: Sterling K. Brown and James Bay - Aired: 2018-03-10

No overview available.

18: Bill Hader and Arcade Fire - Aired: 2018-03-17

No overview available.

19: Chadwick Boseman and Cardi B - Aired: 2018-04-07

No overview available.

20: John Mulaney and Jack White - Aired: 2018-04-14

John Mulaney hosts Saturday Night Live on April 14, 2018, with musical guest Jack White.

21: Donald Glover and Childish Gambino - Aired: 2018-05-05

No overview available.

22: Amy Schumer and Kacey Musgraves - Aired: 2018-05-12

No overview available.

23: Tina Fey and Nicki Minaj - Aired: 2018-05-19

No overview available.

Season 44 (21 Episodes)

1: Adam Driver and Kanye West - Aired: 2018-09-29

"BlacKkKlansman" actor Adam Driver hosts with musical guest Kanye West.

2: Awkwafina and Travis Scott - Aired: 2018-10-06

Actress and rapper Awkwafina hosts with musical guest Travis Scott.

3: Seth Meyers and Paul Simon - Aired: 2018-10-13

Television host and "Saturday Night Live" alum Seth Meyers hosts with musical guest Paul Simon.

4: Jonah Hill and Maggie Rogers - Aired: 2018-11-03

Actor and "Mid90s" filmmaker Jonah Hill hosts with musical guest Maggie Rogers.

5: Liev Schreiber and Lil Wayne - Aired: 2018-11-10

"Ray Donovan" actor Liev Schreiber hosts with musical guest Lil Wayne.

6: Steve Carell and Ella Mai - Aired: 2018-11-17

"Beautiful Boy" actor Steve Carell hosts with musical guest Ella Mai.

7: Claire Foy and Anderson Paak - Aired: 2018-12-01

"The Girl in the Spider's Web" actress Claire Foy hosts with musical guest Anderson Paak.

8: Jason Momoa and Mumford & Sons - Aired: 2018-12-08

"Aquaman" actor Jason Momoa hosts with musical guest Mumford & Sons.

9: Matt Damon and Mark Ronson & Miley Cyrus - Aired: 2018-12-15

Actor Matt Damon hosts with musical guests Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus.

10: Rachel Brosnahan and Greta Van Fleet - Aired: 2019-01-19

"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" actress Rachel Brosnahan hosts with musical guest Greta Van Fleet.

11: James McAvoy and Meek Mill - Aired: 2019-01-26

"Glass" actor James McAvoy hosts with musical guest Meek Mill.

12: Halsey - Aired: 2019-02-09

Singer Halsey hosts and performs as musical guest.

13: Don Cheadle and Gary Clark Jr. - Aired: 2019-02-16

"Black Monday" actor Don Cheadle hosts with musical guest Gary Clark Jr.

14: John Mulaney and Thomas Rhett - Aired: 2019-03-02

Comedian John Mulaney hosts with musical guest Thomas Rhett.

15: Idris Elba and Khalid - Aired: 2019-03-09

"Turn Up Charlie" actor Idris Elba hosts with musical guest Khalid.

16: Sandra Oh and Tame Impala - Aired: 2019-03-30

"Killing Eve" actress Sandra Oh hosts with musical guest Tame Impala.

17: Kit Harington and Sara Bareilles - Aired: 2019-04-06

"Game of Thrones" actor Kit Harington hosts with musical guest Sara Bareilles.

18: Emma Stone and BTS - Aired: 2019-04-13

"The Favourite" actress Emma Stone hosts with musical guest BTS.

19: Adam Sandler and Shawn Mendes - Aired: 2019-05-04

"Murder Mystery" actor and "Saturday Night Live" alum Adam Sandler hosts with musical guest Shawn Mendes.

20: Emma Thompson and Jonas Brothers - Aired: 2019-05-11

"Late Night" actress Emma Thompson hosts with musical guest Jonas Brothers.

21: Paul Rudd and DJ Khaled - Aired: 2019-05-18

"Avengers: Endgame" actor Paul Rudd hosts with musical guest DJ Khaled

Season 45 (18 Episodes)

1: Woody Harrelson and Billie Eilish - Aired: 2019-09-28

"Zombieland: Double Tap" actor Woody Harrelson hosts with musical guest Billie Eilish.

2: Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Taylor Swift - Aired: 2019-10-05

"Fleabag" actress hosts with musical guest Taylor Swift.

3: David Harbour and Camila Cabello - Aired: 2019-10-12

"Stranger Things" actor David Harbour hosts with musical guest Camila Cabello.

4: Chance the Rapper - Aired: 2019-10-26

Rapper and actor Chance the Rapper hosts and performs.

5: Kristen Stewart and Coldplay - Aired: 2019-11-02

"Charlie's Angels" actress Kristen Stewart hosts with musical guest Coldplay.

6: Harry Styles - Aired: 2019-11-16

Singer and actor Harry Styles hosts and performs.

7: Will Ferrell and King Princess - Aired: 2019-11-23

Actor and "Saturday Night Live" alum Will Ferrell hosts with musical guest King Princess.

8: Jennifer Lopez and DaBaby - Aired: 2019-12-07

"Hustlers" actress Jennifer Lopez hosts with musical guest DaBaby.

9: Scarlett Johansson and Niall Horan - Aired: 2019-12-14

"Marriage Story" and "Jojo Rabbit" actress Scarlett Johansson hosts with musical guest Niall Horan.

10: Eddie Murphy and Lizzo - Aired: 2019-12-21

"Dolemite Is My Name" actor and "Saturday Night Live" alum Eddie Murphy performs with musical guest Lizzo.

11: Adam Driver and Halsey - Aired: 2020-01-25

"Marriage Story" and "Star Wars" actor Adam Driver performs with musical guest Halsey.

12: JJ Watt and Luke Combs - Aired: 2020-02-01

Houston Texans' defensive end JJ Watt performs with musical guest Luke Combs.

13: RuPaul and Justin Bieber - Aired: 2020-02-08

RuPaul performs with musical guest Justin Bieber.

14: John Mulaney and David Byrne - Aired: 2020-02-29

John Mulaney hosts with musical guest David Byrne

15: Daniel Craig and The Weeknd - Aired: 2020-03-07

Daniel Craig hosts with musical guest The Weeknd

16: SNL At Home: Tom Hanks - Aired: 2020-04-11

Saturday Night Live returns April 11, 2020, produced entirely remotely from the cast's, celebrities' and musical guests' homes as they practice social distancing.

17: SNL At Home 2: Brad Pitt - Aired: 2020-04-25

Saturday Night Live returns April 25, 2020 with a show produced entirely remotely from the cast’s, celebrities’ and musical guests’ homes as they practice social distancing.

18: SNL At Home 3: Kristen Wiig - Aired: 2020-05-09

Saturday Night Live closes out Season 45 with a finale show produced entirely remotely from the cast’s, celebrities’ and musical guests’ homes as they practice social distancing.

Season 46 (20 Episodes)

1: Chris Rock with Megan Thee Stallion - Aired: 2020-10-03

Chris Rock hosts with musical guest Megan Thee Stallion.

2: Bill Burr with Jack White - Aired: 2020-10-10

Bill Burr hosts with musical guest Jack White.

3: Issa Rae with Justin Bieber - Aired: 2020-10-17

Issa Rae hosts with musical guest Justin Bieber.

4: Adele with H.E.R. - Aired: 2020-10-24

Adele hosts with musical guest H.E.R.

5: John Mulaney with The Strokes - Aired: 2020-10-31

John Mulaney hosts with musical guest The Strokes.

6: Dave Chappelle with Foo Fighters - Aired: 2020-11-07

Dave Chappelle hosts with musical guest Foo Fighters.

7: Jason Bateman with Morgan Wallen - Aired: 2020-12-05

Jason Bateman hosts with musical guest Morgan Wallen.

8: Timothée Chalamet with Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band - Aired: 2020-12-12

Timothée Chalamet hosts with musical guest Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band.

9: Kristen Wiig with Dua Lipa - Aired: 2020-12-19

Kristen Wiig hosts with musical guest Dua Lipa.

10: John Krasinski with Machine Gun Kelly - Aired: 2021-01-30

John Krasinski hosts with musical guest Machine Gun Kelly.

11: Dan Levy with Phoebe Bridgers - Aired: 2021-02-06

Dan Levy hosts with musical guest Phoebe Bridgers.

12: Regina King with Nathaniel Rateliff - Aired: 2021-02-13

Regina King hosts with musical guest Nathaniel Rateliff.

13: Regé-Jean Page with Bad Bunny - Aired: 2021-02-20

Regé-Jean Page hosts with musical guest Bad Bunny.

14: Nick Jonas - Aired: 2021-02-27

Nick Jonas is host and musical guest.

15: Maya Rudolph with Jack Harlow - Aired: 2021-03-27

Maya Rudolph hosts with musical guest Jack Harlow.

16: Daniel Kaluuya with St. Vincent - Aired: 2021-04-03

Daniel Kaluuya hosts with musical guest St. Vincent.

17: Carey Mulligan with Kid Cudi - Aired: 2021-04-10

Carey Mulligan hosts with musical guest Kid Cudi.

18: Elon Musk with Miley Cyrus - Aired: 2021-05-08

Elon Musk hosts with musical guest Miley Cyrus.

19: Keegan-Michael Key with Olivia Rodrigo - Aired: 2021-05-15

Keegan-Michael Key hosts with musical guest Olivia Rodrigo.

20: Anya Taylor-Joy with Lil Nas X - Aired: 2021-05-22

Season Finale. Anya Taylor-Joy hosts with musical guest Lil Nas X.

Season 47 (21 Episodes)

1: Owen Wilson with Kacey Musgraves - Aired: 2021-10-02

Owen Wilson hosts Saturday Night Live on October 2, 2021, with musical guest Kacey Musgraves.

2: Kim Kardashian West with Halsey - Aired: 2021-10-09

Kim Kardashian West hosts Saturday Night Live on October 9, 2021 with musical guest Halsey.

3: Rami Malek with Young Thug - Aired: 2021-10-16

Rami Malek hosts Saturday Night Live on October 16, 2021 with musical guest Young Thug.

4: Jason Sudeikis with Brandi Carlile - Aired: 2021-10-23

Jason Sudeikis hosts Saturday Night Live on October 23, 2021 with musical guest Brandi Carlile.

5: Kieran Culkin with Ed Sheeran - Aired: 2021-11-06

Kieran Culkin hosts Saturday Night Live on November 6, 2021 with musical guest Ed Sheeran.

6: Jonathan Majors with Taylor Swift - Aired: 2021-11-13

Jonathan Majors hosts Saturday Night Live on November 13, 2021 with musical guest Taylor Swift.

7: Simu Liu with Saweetie - Aired: 2021-11-20

Simu Liu hosts Saturday Night Live on November 20, 2021 with musical guest Saweetie.

8: Billie Eilish - Aired: 2021-12-11

Billie Eilish hosts and performs as the musical artist. Kate McKinnon returns presenting the CDC Players.

9: Paul Rudd - Aired: 2021-12-18

Actor and People's sexiest man of 2021 hosts.

10: Ariana DeBose with Bleachers - Aired: 2022-01-15

Ariana DeBose hosts Saturday Night Live on January 15, 2022 with musical guest Bleachers.

11: Will Forte with Måneskin - Aired: 2022-01-22

Will Forte hosts Saturday Night Live on January 22, 2022 with musical guest Måneskin.

12: Willem Dafoe with Katy Perry - Aired: 2022-01-29

Willem Dafoe hosts Saturday Night Live on January 29, 2022 with musical guest Katy Perry.

13: John Mulaney with LCD Soundsystem - Aired: 2022-02-26

John Mulaney hosts Saturday Night Live on February 26, 2022 with musical guest LCD Soundsystem.

14: Oscar Isaac with Charli XCX - Aired: 2022-03-05

Oscar Isaac hosts Saturday Night Live on March 5, 2022 with musical guest Charli XCX.

15: Zoë Kravitz with Rosalía - Aired: 2022-03-12

Zoë Kravitz hosts Saturday Night Live on March 12, 2022 with musical guest Rosalía.

16: Jerrod Carmichael with Gunna - Aired: 2022-04-02

Jerrod Carmichael hosts Saturday Night Live on April 2, 2022 with musical guest Gunna.

17: Jake Gyllenhaal with Camila Cabello - Aired: 2022-04-09

Jake Gyllenhaal hosts Saturday Night Live on April 9, 2022 with musical guest Camila Cabello.

18: Lizzo - Aired: 2022-04-16

Lizzo hosts and performs as musical guest on Saturday Night Live on April 16, 2022.

19: Benedict Cumberbatch with Arcade Fire - Aired: 2022-05-07

Benedict Cumberbatch hosts Saturday Night Live on May 7, 2022 with musical guest Arcade Fire.

20: Selena Gomez with Post Malone - Aired: 2022-05-14

Selena Gomez hosts Saturday Night Live on May 14, 2022 with musical guest Post Malone.

21: Natasha Lyonne with Japanese Breakfast - Aired: 2022-05-21

Natasha Lyonne hosts Saturday Night Live on May 21, 2022 with musical guest Japanese Breakfast.

Season 48 (18 Episodes)

1: October 1 - Miles Teller - Aired: 2022-10-01

Miles Teller hosts the season premiere of Saturday Night Live on October 1, 2022, with musical guest Kendrick Lamar.

2: October 8 - Brendan Gleeson - Aired: 2022-10-08

Brendan Gleeson hosts Saturday Night Live on October 8, 2022, with musical guest Willow.

3: October 15 - Megan Thee Stallion - Aired: 2022-10-15

Megan Thee Stallion hosts and performs on Saturday Night Live on October 15, 2022.

4: October 29 - Jack Harlow - Aired: 2022-10-29

Jack Harlow is the host and musical guest for Saturday Night Live on October 29, 2022.

5: November 5 - Amy Schumer - Aired: 2022-11-05

Amy Schumer hosts Saturday Night Live on November 5, 2022, with musical guest Steve Lacy.

6: November 12 - Dave Chappelle - Aired: 2022-11-12

Dave Chappelle hosts Saturday Night Live on November 12, 2022, with musical guest Black Star.

7: December 3 - Keke Palmer - Aired: 2022-12-03

Keke Palmer hosts Saturday Night Live on December 3, 2022, with musical guest SZA.

8: December 10 - Steve Martin & Martin Short - Aired: 2022-12-10

Steve Martin and Martin Short host Saturday Night Live on December 10, 2022, with musical guest Brandi Carlile.

9: December 17 - Austin Butler - Aired: 2022-12-17

Austin Butler hosts Saturday Night Live on December 17, 2022, with musical guest Lizzo.

10: January 21 - Aubrey Plaza - Aired: 2023-01-21

Aubrey Plaza hosts Saturday Night Live on January 21, 2023, with musical guest Sam Smith.

11: January 28 - Michael B. Jordan - Aired: 2023-01-28

Michael B. Jordan hosts Saturday Night Live on January 28, 2023, with musical guest Lil Baby.

12: February 4 - Pedro Pascal - Aired: 2023-02-04

Pedro Pascal hosts Saturday Night Live on February 4, 2023, with musical guest Coldplay.

13: February 25 - Woody Harrelson - Aired: 2023-02-25

Woody Harrelson hosts Saturday Night Live on February 25, 2023, with musical guest Jack White.

14: March 4 - Travis Kelce - Aired: 2023-03-04

Travis Kelce hosts Saturday Night Live on March 4, 2023, with musical guest Kelsea Ballerini.

15: March 11 - Jenna Ortega - Aired: 2023-03-11

Jenna Ortega hosts Saturday Night Live on March 11, 2023, with musical guest The 1975.

16: April 1 - Quinta Brunson - Aired: 2023-04-01

Quinta Brunson hosts Saturday Night Live on April 1, 2023, with musical guest Lil Yachty.

17: April 8 - Molly Shannon - Aired: 2023-04-08

Molly Shannon hosts Saturday Night Live on April 8, 2023, with musical guest Jonas Brothers.

18: April 15 - Ana de Armas - Aired: 2023-04-15

Ana de Armas hosts Saturday Night Live on April 15, 2023, with musical guest Karol G.

Season 49 (8 Episodes)

1: October 14 - Pete Davidson - Aired: 2023-10-14

Pete Davidson hosts the season premiere of Saturday Night Live on October 14, 2023, with musical guest Ice Spice.

2: October 21 - Bad Bunny - Aired: 2023-10-21

Rapper and singer Bad Bunny hosts and performs live.

3: October 28 - Nate Bargatze - Aired: 2023-10-28

Nate Bargatze hosts Saturday Night Live on October 28, 2023, with musical guest Foo Fighters.

4: November 11 - Timothée Chalamet - Aired: 2023-11-11

Timothée Chalamet hosts Saturday Night Live on November 11, 2023, with musical guest boygenius.

5: November 18 - Jason Momoa - Aired: 2023-11-18

Jason Momoa hosts Saturday Night Live on November 18, 2023, with musical guest Tate McRae.

6: December 2 - Emma Stone - Aired: 2023-12-02

Hosted by Emma Stone with musical guest Noah Kahan.

7: December 9 - Adam Driver - Aired: 2023-12-09

Host Adam Driver with musical guest Olivia Rodrigo

8: December 16 - Kate McKinnon - Aired: 2023-12-16

Host Kate McKinnon and musical guest Billie Eilish