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Desc:The best thing SNL ever did.
Category:Humor, Horror
Tags:SNL, dana carvey, head wound
Submitted:MurgatroidMendelbaum
Date:05/08/12
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Comment count is 12
Spit Spingola
Yeah, this probably edges out Happy Fun Ball
zerobackup
The dog always cracked me up, he looks so happy.
chumbucket
Intro music with Phil Hartman opens this up to a wondrous world of massive comedy potential. Carvey's approach doesn't hurt either.
Jet Bin Fever
I don't think you can fairly claim "ever", but it does remind me of what used to be.
Rodents of Unusual Size
I loved this and that skit they did where all the guys on the beach had horrendous birth defects and the one dude was getting them to take their shirts off and just enjoy the sun.

Jet Bin Fever
Oh yeah! that was from the Woody Harrelson episode.

pressed peanut sweepings
Oh God, the dog. I expected licking, didn't expect him to tear some chunks off.
YakooMarkTwo
While this is very funny and has stuck in my mind for all these years still... clearly The Sinatra Group was the best thing SNL ever did (in my lifetime at least).

hammsangwich
This is also good: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/The-Honest-Man/134972 4
American Standard
Whatever happened to Dana Carvey, anyway.
MurgatroidMendelbaum
He became a master of disguise and FUCKING DISAPPEARED FOREVER.

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