This was, like, 15 years ago when Sharon Stone was really someone people wanted to see naked. One skit I've always remembered was when Pamela Anderson hosted in the '90s. As the skit progresses, characters with progressively more disgusting mouths keep walking by before he can put it away and ask to use his chapstick, including a dirty homeless guy, a prostitute with sores on her mouth, and culminating with an alien who beams down and has large, disgusting, blistery lips. Cavelli, a loud, overly excitable, silk-suited Italian-American jewelry store customer big stretch, huh? Other sketches: Joe Peschi as Mr. There was an episode with Jim Carrey and another famous impersonator Rich Little, maybe? I love the way it so accurately mimics real feminine-product commercials, such as the woman looking through a shelf that holds 11 white shoes. I'm gonna freeze my head like Walt Disney, and you can wake me up when everything's cool.
From around that same era: Joe Piscopo hosted a talk show talking about the Kennedy assassination, twenty years later. They lose their TelePromTer feed and quickly descend into Lord of the Flies-style savagery. Do you realize how big a billion people is? There's a spark of new romance between them. Mary Gross was soaked by the time the sketch ended. The Census was great, maybe one of the best, but don't forget your old Colonel Angus. They had a skit on the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings that was an all-timer. When he turned his face over his shoulder and just gave a kind of thin-lipped blow, I lost it.
Great stuff, especially since there's no dialog during the pantomime. I remember a funny Aliens parody they did, with Dennis Miller as the android lying cut-in-half on the floor gushing fluids, and at the end the marines all unload their weapons on the alien that is about to step out of the elevator and it turns out to be. A few months later, Gary Hart, who had pulled out due to an adultery scandal, returned to the race. Most of my favorites Shweddy Balls, Sincere Guy Stu, and Jingleheimer Junction have been mentioned already. Jimmy- The guy who could make fart noises under his arm.
I also enjoyed one with Phil Hartman as Trent Markham, Lung Doctor where it's set in the 50's and mocks their lack of knowledge about smoking. This is my reenactment of the classic 2000 Sketch with Will. Their computers picked up my mistake right away, and I got the correct change. I enjoyed Mister Robinsons Neighborhood. Then there was the commercial for the hypnotist which had a line we still repeat to each other, over 20 years later.
His blank expression during the thinking part was perfect. Carver died penniless and insane, still trying to play a phonograph record with a peanut. It was all very clever and of course at the end it's revealed that both they and the camera were hanging upside down the whole time. Okay, I'm opening my mail with salad tongs, I take my passport into the shower with me. The sketches mark very different, but important points in the ongoing journey of a show with much to celebrate. Debbie Downer has always been enjoyable for me also. Massive Head Wound Harry - Dana Carvey is at a party with a nasty huge open head wound.
Hey, you kids get away from that! I'm pretty sure this was a one-off and wasn't a recurring bit. Streaming content may count against your data usage. I must've been watching another channel. Customer 2: I went to my First Citiwide branch to change a fifty. Then on Friday he announced that the period of high alert will be extended indefinitely.
Isn't that his excuuuuse me routine? Dale starts drinking a glass of milk, Jimmy starts making fart noise, milk starts coming out of Dale's nose, Eddie uses the glass to catch the falling milk and drink it, hilarity ensues, Eddie bypasses the glass and gets down on his knees to catch the milk coming out of Dale's nose directly into his mouth. All the old farts posting here and nobody remembers the other good reason to save the liver? It ends with this tableau, with his arms outstretched as he bellows in rage, and his wife kneeling at his feet weeping, and people running away in the background. It's the way Patrick Swayze frames the whole thing. They should die like pigs in hell! The funniest one-off is without a doubt the Chippendale's tryout. How 'bout this: you be on full alert.
I think it was Jimmy Stewart, not Rich Little. It's just perfect in every way. Also, Roseanne Barr and Phil Hartman for MetroCard, a credit card advertising its supposedly excellent customer service. My favorite: The Brazilian city of Esperantina has announced that Orgasm Day will be celebrated on May 9. Great ad lib by Murphy when Ron flubs a line. I would love to see again the skit with Buck Henry in which one of the characters is living about 2 seconds in the future.