Day 45: Diondre Cole, host of What Up With That? Played by Kenan Thompson, who is absolutely one of my favorite cast members. There are so many absurd pieces … Continue Reading What Up With That?
Day 44: Macgruber! I enjoyed this sketch series way more than I probably should have, considering the premise is brief, the sketches were only about a minute long, and parodied … Continue Reading The Guy’s A Freakin’ Genius!
Day 43: Debbie Downer. Again, not having seen a ton of SNL when it was airing during this period, I missed out on some great characters. I’ve since gone back … Continue Reading It’s Official…
Day 42: Will Ferrell as Harry Caray. What’s your favorite planet? Mine’s the sun. This is one of those impersonations that, for me, is more memorable than the actual person. … Continue Reading HEY!
The fourth batch of Star Wars art. I liked the Max Rebo Band poster a lot in this series. But I’m also pleased to have started the Force-Choke series. Once … Continue Reading Daily Art: Days 16 – 20
Day 41: Mary Katherine Gallagher. I didn’t watch a ton of Saturday Night Live during the late 90’s – early 2000’s, so I didn’t catch a lot of MKG, but … Continue Reading Superstar
Day 40: Matt Foley. Chris Farley’s motivational speaker character who lives in a van down by the river was always funny, but nothing will ever top that first appearance, where … Continue Reading Well, La-De-Frickin’-Da!
Day 39: Dieter. Mike Myers’ black clad host of the German chat show, Sprockets was another silly favorite of mine. Though the recurring sketch was funny, the short film, Dieter’s … Continue Reading Your Story Has Become Tiresome.
Day 38: Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer. One of my all-time favorite characters from one of my all-time favorite SNL cast members. Phil Hartman was such an amazing talent, and the premise … Continue Reading Your World Frightens And Confuses Me
Day 37: Wayne’s World. This sketch and the movie were such a massive part of my childhood. I’m actually surprised at how popular these characters became. I thought I would … Continue Reading Wayne’s World! Party Time! Excellent!
Day 36: James Brown’s Celebrity Hot Tub Party. As far as I know, Eddie Murphy’s classic sketch was only done once: a rarity for SNL. The impersonation was spot-on, and wasn’t … Continue Reading OWW! Too Hot in the Hot Tub!
Day 35: Ed Grimley. I used to love Martin Short’s mental character as a kid. Looking back, I don’t think I really get the joke, but his extreme love for … Continue Reading Give Me a Break
Day 34: Lily Tomlin as Edith Ann. One of Lily Tomlin’s signature characters, Edith Ann appeared in a ton of different media dating back to 1972, including her own cartoon. … Continue Reading And That’s The Truth
Day 33: Steve Martin’s King Tut. The song was performed on SNL in 1978, by Steve Martin and the Toot Uncommons.
Day 32: Prymaat Conehead. Jane Curtain played the Coneheads parental unit first introduced on SNL in a January, 1977 sketch called, The Coneheads At Home.
During this span, I had an appendectomy, hence the angry appendix pic that was sketched on my phone shortly after I came out of surgery. The next day, I was … Continue Reading Daily Art: Days 11 – 15