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    (((Fully Awake))) Serendipper's Avatar
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    Murphy & Murray...tied for first.

    Farley and Ferrel second place, tied.

    Gilda R. : honourable mention as the straightest comic ever seen. She never broke character. Awesome woman in the tradition of C. Burnett and L. Ball.




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    I'd say Murhpy and Murray as well, but John Belushi gets my 2nd place vote. He was an hysterical nutcase who seemed not to know the meaning of the word "inhibition".

    Of course, I don't think I've watched a single episode since the 80's.
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    Funniest ... John Belushi, hands down. Ackroyd gets honorable mention, especially with the Bass-o-matic, and Julia Child impersonation .... classic!
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    I highly recommend Live From New York for every SNL fan. It's basically an oral history of the show. Some things that may or may not surprise you: everybody loved Gilda, everybody hated Chevy Chase, and everybody was really sad but not that suprised when Belushi OD'd.
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    favorite comic - Belushi
    favorite skit - Micro-dentists (parody on the fantastic voyage ... in someones mouth)

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    My favorite was Norm MacDonald's Weekend Update.

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    showing my age here: Gildna Radner.
    Where am I going?......

    ....and why am I in this handbasket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsharr
    John Belushi as Samurai Tailor
    My favorite was Samurai Hotel lol
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    I'm aging myself as usual, but the first year of SNL was pure magic. It was so different than anything else we had to watch it.

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    Gilda Radner always cracked me up. How could you not love Roseanne Rosannadanna?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CycleMagic
    showing my age here: Gildna Radner.
    +1 for Gilda.
    "Real wars of words are harder to win. They require thought, insight, precision, articulation, knowledge, and experience. They require the humility to admit when you are wrong. They recognize that the dialectic is not about making us look at you, but about us all looking together for the truth."

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    1. Cut a hole in a box.

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    Phil Hartman. Can't beat that voice. Awesome delivery.

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    I loled. Twice. Then I cried. Then I rubbed one out and cried again, but thanks for sharing.

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    behind the scenes as a writer (and sometimes in front opposite Dennis Miller) : A. Whitney Brown

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    On the opposite end we have Andy Kauffman. While he was awesome, in my opinion, he had little to do with the show.

    Although, I must say, none of the recent SNL shows I've seen even compare to his crappy skits. Thats why I haven't seen a SNL show in at least 2 years. At least not the new ones.
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    Putcho junk in that bo0o0x!

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    Will Ferrell as Robert Goulet... PRICELESS!

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    My Top 5:

    1.John Belushi
    2.Phil Hartman
    3.Chris Farley
    4.Bill Murray (although IMO, he's been even funnier after SNL)
    5.Dennis Miller
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ123
    1. Cut a hole in a box.
    Now there's a romantic gift... "It's my **** in a box!"



    Did that one really air, or did I just see it on youtube?

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    Gilda Radner... especially as Baba Wawa. Hilarious.

    And I loved Mr. Bill. Ohhhh nooooooo.... It's Mr. Billllll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ123
    1. Cut a hole in a box.
    2. Put yo junk in that box.
    "Unless he was racing there was no way he could match my speed."

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    Quote Originally Posted by CyLowe97
    Did that one really air, or did I just see it on youtube?
    No, it really aired--I think the youtube version is uncensored, though.

    It became a hit with a couple friends of mine at the hospital, and then one day Justin Timberlake comes to visit. My friend Ian actually met JT and got to chat with him... A brief transcript:

    Ian: "You know, Justin, I have to say that the **** in a box helps get me through the day."

    Justin Timberlake: "Uh, I'm not sure how to take that."



    But just in case you didn't see it, this is one of the funniest SNL skits in years:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dmVU08zVpA
    "Unless he was racing there was no way he could match my speed."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michigander
    On the opposite end we have Andy Kauffman. While he was awesome, in my opinion, he had little to do with the show.

    Although, I must say, none of the recent SNL shows I've seen even compare to his crappy skits. Thats why I haven't seen a SNL show in at least 2 years. At least not the new ones.
    Andy Kaufman was never more than a guest on the show. I thought he was really funny. I haven't seen all of his appearances but the "Mighty Mouse" bit is hilarious.

    Oh yeah, **** in a box is hysterical.
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    Sort of off topic, but in the pre WB/FCC crackdown era of mad TV I think they fully out did SNL. Things like the woodshop with Will Sasso, the Kenny Rogers bits, and a lot of real random crap. They managed to do it consistently.
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