SNL: Fifty Shades Darker, the New Playroom

In a scene from the sequel Fifty Shades Darker, Christian Grey (Kyle Mooney) shows Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) the new playroom he's having built.

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Seizure While Skydiving and Successful Recovery

The skydiver, 22-year-old Christopher Jones, was taking a training program with Western Australia Skydiving Academy, when he made the fateful jump on Nov. 14, 2014.

Christopher said it was possibly the scariest moment of his life. At around 9000 ft he has a seizure while attempting a left hand turn. He then spend the next 30 seconds in free fall unconscious. His jumpmaster manages to pull his ripcord at around 4000 ft. He become conscious at 3000 ft and lands safely back to the ground.

SNL: Rudy Giulian as Birdman

Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (Taran Killam) reflects on how he ended up going from a potential presidential candidate to a guest on The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson (Vanessa Bayer) with help from Birdman (Beck Bennett).

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SNL: Father Daughter Ad

After her graduation from high school, a father (Taran Killam) must let his daughter (Dakota Johnson) go … join ISIS.

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SNL: Say What You Wanna Say

Five women (Kate McKinnon, Cecily Strong, Dakota Johnson, Aidy Bryant, Leslie Jones) stop holding back and start telling the truth, just like Sara Bareilles would want them to.

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SNL: Millennials Who Litterally Just Can't

Three coworkers (Bobby Moynihan, Dakota Johnson, Cecily Strong) just can't even when it comes to their coworker Margo (Aidy Bryant) and her two broken arms.

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SNL: Mr Riot Films on Bullies

The latest production from Mr. Riot Films explores bullying and why no one does anything to stop it.

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David Attenborough: The Lyrebird

A Lyrebird is either of two species of ground-dwelling Australian birds, most notable for their extraordinary ability to mimic natural and artificial sounds from their environment.

In April 2006, to celebrate naturalist David Attenborough's 80th birthday, the public were asked to vote on their favourite of his television moments. This clip of the lyrebird was voted number one.