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Our national love affair with Bill Murray began with Nick the Lounge Singer, who finally gave lyrics to everybody’s favorite science fiction theme song. As it turns out, he didn’t know any of his lines ahead of time, so he was reading everything for the first time live on air.“It’s like a whole country watching (writer) John (Mulaney) and I laugh at our sense of humor,” Hader said in an interview.A Greek restaurant where the only thing on the menu is “cheeseburger, cheeseburger, cheeseburger! Sorry, “no fries, chips, no Coke, Pepsi.” It shouldn’t be as funny as it is, but somehow it ends up being one of the best ensemble scenes by the original cast.) named this 1995 commercial parody as his favorite contribution to the show. Honestly, if it really existed, we might even buy insurance that protects us from robot attacks. Will Forte was always at his best playing over-the-top, melodramatic characters, and none worked quite as well as the Falconer, a hirsute survivalist with a loyal falcon named Donald.In the scene after Grandma finds all of the tissues on Donny's bed, Todd goes into the bathroom to wash his hands.When Todd comes out of the bathroom, the light is on, but when Donny says the line about "La Vida Loca," the light is off. He was handsome, he had fuckin' great hair, uh, a Jedi with the chicks.The most perky and enthusiastic cheerleading duo of all time (not to mention the least appreciated), Will Ferrell and Cheri Oteri were the greatest thing to happen to school sports since athletic supporters. Y., you ain’t got no alibi, you’re ugly, hey hey, you’re ugly.” Stuart Smalley (played by Al Franken) was the soft-spoken and painfully insecure king of daily affirmations, and his shining moment was this 1991 exchange with Michael Jordan. The sweetly innocent host, whose knowledge of animals is just slightly above that of a 4 year old, delights in making observations like, “I once saw a video of a monkey washing a cat. ” moments happen when cast members are having a hard time keeping a straight face.Who else would show up to a chess tournament with cheers like “U. He somehow convinced the NBA legend to look at his own reflection and say, “I don’t have to dribble the ball fast or throw the ball in the basket” without cracking up. This 2012 scene featuring nightlife expert Stefon is a case in point, with Bill Hader barely able to get his lines out without bursting into giggles.
The late Chris Farley’s finest hour, as he introduced the world to Matt Foley, a motivational speaker who’s “35 years old, thrice divorced, and living in a van down by the river.” Farley manages to capture the same manic energy of John Belushi in his prime. Connery can’t stop insulting the beleaguered host, constantly making inappropriate comments about Trebek’s mother.It’s hard to imagine something like this being allowed on the air in 2018. “Cut generously,” the voice over tells us, “to fit a mom’s body.” Some things never go out of fashion.And for more style items you definitely shouldn’t wear, here are the 50 Things No Woman Over 40 Should Own.Fine, so maybe supersonicah, harmonicah, gin and tonicah, and marijuanikah aren’t “real” words.But with a song this funny and catchy, we’re not complaining.