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Desc:A game show sketch with Alec Baldwin.
Category:Humor, Educational
Tags:SNL, game show, saturday night live, Alec Baldwin
Submitted:Sudan no1
Date:09/29/11
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Comment count is 10
IrishWhiskey - 2011-09-29
If you stopped this 0:50 seconds in, it would have been their one of their best sketches yet.

Unfortunately, as usual, they stretched a funny concept into a hundred yards of tasteless taffy.
Anaxagoras - 2011-09-29
Wow. Good call. I would put the stopping point at about 1:10, but otherwise I agree 100%.

Rosebeekee - 2011-09-29
They need to stop stretching the episodes out to an hour and a half. Sketch comedy shows don't need to be as long as your average movie.

Riskbreaker - 2011-09-29
I can't remember if i ever laughed at a single SNL sketch. I might had, but every other horrible sketch from the show buried that moment forever.
spikestoyiu - 2011-09-29
I had submitted what I thought was a hilarious (pre-taped) skit called "Kings of Catchphrase Comedy", but it never made it out of the hopper. It was the funniest thing I had seen on SNL in a long time. But I'm also an idiot.

I think it's only about 2 minutes long, so I would suggest checking it out.

Cube - 2011-09-29
Too bad they've removed all Celebrity Jeopardy videos from YouTube.

Not that it's got anything to do with this particular video, but I always try to think about the good things SNL did, not the bad ones.
chumbucket - 2011-09-29
I laughed more than once at a reasonably recent SNL skit, 4 stars.
Hooker - 2011-09-29
The last joke actually reaches satire, so a rare SNL skit indeed.
positively - 2011-09-29
I liked it
fatatty - 2011-09-29
Honestly didn't seem that stretched out to me. But that's compared to recent recurring skits like the family that kisses each other over and over and Kenan's talk show where he sings the same song over and over. And it made me laugh.
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