|Pacobird - 2007-12-07 |
to be born into new worlds where his flesh becomes the key
|cognitivedissonance - 2007-12-07 |
I wonder if they were aware of the real Mr. Belvedere Fun Club.
|Xenocide - 2007-12-07 |
As usual, Phil Hartman steals the sketch via flawless delivery of a single gag.
|Knaaks - 2007-12-07 |
My all time favorite.
|baleen - 2007-12-07 |
What a terrible waste of the unique talents of both phil hartman and chris farley. This is part of the awkward period of early 90's SNL where skits dragged on at torpid paces and there were long, awkward silences from the audience.
It was a great cast but I think it took a bit of time for them to come together. It was an infamous change. They pretty much flushed a bunch of people down the toilet.
the "unique talents" of Chris Farley?
Which unique talents are you speaking of: Black Sheep? Tommy Boy? -- Beverley Hills Ninja? ...or just the fact that he was a fat screaming, watered down Belushi (see death certificate) FOR THE 90'S!
Tommy Boy was a fine movie and you're a bad person for not recognizing this. Go feel ashamed for a while.
|Camonk - 2007-12-07 |
Ah, the salad days.
|BHWW - 2007-12-07 |
and...well, I'm wondering...should we kill him?
of course not but they have to take a vote anyways
|zatojones - 2007-12-07 |
needs a Brocktoon tag
|TinManic - 2007-12-07 |
-2 for the length and the lame ending.
|helicopter cats - 2007-12-07 |
Cuts to the heart of fandom quite well.
If this was on a modern episode, they would have let Sandler or Farley flip out and dominate the entire sketch with comedy screaming.
|Xiphias - 2007-12-07 |
coudla sworn this is a dupe
|Yellow Lantern - 2007-12-07 |
Yeah, but you learned that the HARD way, didn't you?
|Angel Carver - 2007-12-07 |
-1 for Sandler.
|Syd Midnight - 2007-12-07 |
The sincerity of Tom Hanks and Phil Hartman trump Sandler and Farley's mugging.
C. Eloi Marx
Tom Hanks is one of the great, unsung comedy legends of our time. No, seriously.
|yeahjim - 2007-12-07 |
Probably my favorite SNL skit of all time.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2007-12-07 |
I have been looking for this for so long.
"Now someone has been killing his housepets again..."
|boner - 2007-12-07 |
I'd like to know who wrote this one. SNL had a bunch of good nerds on staff at the time - Bob Odenkirk, Conan O'Brien, Robert Smigel, though they supposedly never got much on the air, besides the "van down by the river guy".
|KnowFuture - 2007-12-07 |
This would get a 5 even if all it did was introduce me to the name "Brocktoon".
|citrusmirakel - 2007-12-07 |
|Shackimus Prime - 2007-12-07 |
I don't understand the hate towards Sandler (at least as far as this sketch is concerned - christ, he only had, like, two lines), but yeah, the sketch did go longer than it should have. But Hartman and Hanks were great.
|Adramelech - 2007-12-07 |
Hartman's part in this was one of those SNL bits I completely worshipped growing up and probably defined a lot of my developing sense of humour.
|poopskin - 2008-03-17 |
this is one of my favorite things ever
|revdrew - 2009-08-03 |
This was so way overdue for a resubmit.
|Ponasty - 2010-01-20 |
I keep using the name Brocktoon but no-one seems to know who i am referring to?
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