Saturday, November 18, 2006


Buy the "Saturday Night Live: The Best of Saturday TV Funhouse" DVD! It will provide you with numerous laughs, and it will be worth your investment, as you will want to watch it multiple times. Well, rent it, at least!


Blogger Sheryl said...

I have a Saturday Night Live video. It's an old one from the days of Chevy Chase and Eddie Murphy. I haven't really watched the new ones. I remember that for a while anyway, the quality went down, so I stopped watching, but we watched it once in NZ, and there were some funny sketches then, so I don't know.

The one I bought was of commercials. It was really good. :-)

11:33 PM  
Blogger Snave said...

This one has some great political stuff. The "X-Presidents" is a superhero team of, well... ex-presidents. There are a bunch of "Fun With Real Audio" segments where the animator has taken actual audio of Bush, Larry King, Ross Perot, etc. and put them to some hilarious visuals... there is one called "Bush Dress-Up" that has me in stitches every time. The superhero team of "The Ambiguously Gay Duo" (Ace and Gary) is also lots of fun, and Stephen Colbert does the voice of Ace. "The Religetables" is a good takeoff on "Veggie Tales", and "The Passion of the Dumpty" includes actual footage from a Mel Gibson interview. This is certainly one worth looking at!

1:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I saw it on TV. Hilarious stuff. I especially liked the adventures of Saddam and Osama...

8:15 AM  
Blogger Lizzy said...

Saturday TV Funhouse has consistantly been one of the best parts of SNL. My favorite ones were "Hetero-man" in which a superhero tries to make gay men strait and the Charlie Brown Christmas take-off in which Jesus is totally disgusted by Pat Robertson and his ilk. "Christmastime For the Jews" was also hilarius.

The ones you mentioned are also favs of mine.

Other than TV Funhouse, SNL has pretty-much sucked this year, with a few exceptions.

8:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, even I have to admit it's gotten pretty lame. What kind of drug were they doing when they came up with the "Out of breath jogger from 1992" skit?

12:15 PM  
Blogger Damien said...

Hmmm I'll admit it now
I'm an SNL virgin, never ever seen it, never ever seen a skit from it.
Bugger, for shame.

3:11 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

Those TV Funhouse episodes are great. That and Weekend Update are about the only parts of the show that are still funny. There was one TV Funhouse episode about this guy who would distract the public from real political scandals by creating fake Hollywood celebrity scandals. It was funny but it was almost too realistic.

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4:55 PM  

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