SNL: Louis CK as Lincoln

Lincoln is a sitcom that looks at some of President Abraham Lincoln's more private moments.

Aired 11/3/2012. From Season 38, Episode 6


Conan: Bill Hader's Tauntaun Impression

Bill Hader from Saturday Night Live shows Conan his Star Wars tauntaun impression (you know, the camel-like animals they ride in The Empire Strikes Back). The dying tauntaun impression is the funniest part.


Lonely Island: Ras Trent

A reggae song about the plight of being a white, upperclass, Ivy League Rasta.

Originally aired: October 25, 2008

Track produced by Sly and Robbie


SNL Digital Short: Throw it on the Ground

Andy throws things on the ground and meets a shocking end.

From Saturday Night Live, featuring Andy Samberg, Bobby Moynihan, Jenny Slate, Elijah Wood and Ryan Reynolds.


SNL: Val Kilmer is Iceman, The Later Years

Val Kilmer is an ex-Navy fighter pilot who always brags about going to the Top Gun school, like, 15 years ago.

Will Farrell, Chris Parnell and Val Kilmer play airline pilots in this Saturday Night Live skit.


SNL Elliot Gould: The Killer Bees

They're bees, they're banditos, they're desperate.

Elliot Gould continues a long oratory about why they are moving up from Mexico when Chevy Chase realizes the camera shot is all wrong.

From Saturday Night Live, Season 1.


SNL: Peyton Manning the Mentor, United WaySNL: Peyton Manning the Mentor, United Way

Peyton Manning gives his time to the United Way, showing us how important teamwork is when working with children as a mentor.

Maybe that's not a good thing.

From Saturday Night Live.


SNL: The Barry Gibb Talk Show, 2003

Justin Timberlake hosted and performed as the musical guest on the premiere episode of The Barry Gibb Talk Show.

Barry's guests included Al Franken (played by Jeff Richards), Arianna Huffington (Rachel Dratch) and the then-Lieutenant Governor of California, Cruz Bustamante (Horatio Sanz). At the time, both Huffington and Bustamante were running for Governor of California amidst the recall election that eventually ousted Gray Davis.

The show is memorable for Timberlake's inability to maintain a straight face during Fallon's rantings. He can be seen lowering his head occasionally in an attempt to disguise his laughter. This was the only Barry Gibb Talk Show sketch in which Fallon was still in the cast.

From Season 29 Episode 2 | Aired on 10/11/2003 | Not Rated | 05:07