E!'s 101

Season 2 Episode 1

Most Unforgettable SNL Moments 101 - 81

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Aired Unknown Sep 26, 2004 on E!
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Most Unforgettable SNL Moments 101 - 81
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101. Eddie Murphy as Gumby 100. Phil Hartman as Bill Clinton 99. Chris Farley on ice skates 98. Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer 97. The Killer Bees 96. Mike Myers and Mick Jagger as Mick Jagger and Keith Richards 95. The Denise Show 94. Britney Spears addresses lip-synching/fake boob rumors in monologue 93. Unhip music teachers Bobbi and Marty Culp 92. Janet Reno (Will Ferrell) meets the real Janet Reno 91. Pepper mills sketch with Dana Carvey and Adam Sandler 90. The Ambiguously Gay Duo 89. Dana Carvey as Johnny Carson 88. Joe Pesci and Robert De Niro make surprise appearance on The Joe Pesci Show 87. Mr. Short-Term Memory 86. It's Pat 85. Eddie Murphy as James Brown in Celebrity Hot Tub 84. Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey 83. Tommy Flannigan, "The Liar" 82. Steve Martin and Gilda Radner dance 81. Will Ferrell in red, white and blue thongmoreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Ethan Erickson

    Ethan Erickson

    Narrator (episodes 26 - 30, 36 - 40)

    Chad Doreck

    Chad Doreck

    Narrator (episodes 1 - 20, 31 - 35, 41+)

    Andy Milder

    Andy Milder

    Narrator (episodes 21 - 25)

    Ice Cube

    Ice Cube

    Interviewee

    Guest Star

    Guy Torry

    Guy Torry

    Interviewee

    Guest Star

    Robert Smigel

    Robert Smigel

    Interviewee

    Guest Star

    Amy Fisher

    Amy Fisher

    Interviewee

    Recurring Role

    Bil Dwyer

    Bil Dwyer

    Interviewee

    Recurring Role

    Regan Burns

    Regan Burns

    Interviewee

    Recurring Role

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      • Throughout the countdown, the narrator sometimes says that E! airs repeats of Saturday Night Live weekdays at 4 PM and midnight, which were the correct air times for September 2004. However, at other times, he says that the show airs at 5 PM and midnight--the times it was scheduled to air back in January 2004, before both the series and this countdown had to be pulled due to NBC's lawsuit.

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    • NOTES (1)

      • Originally scheduled to begin January 11, 2004, this countdown had to be shelved when NBC filed a lawsuit against E! They claimed that E!'s contract to carry shortened repeats of Saturday Night Live did not allow them to air compilations of this type, as it would hinder NBC's ability to air its own clip shows. E! claimed that it was allowable under the contract as a "promotional stunt" to attract viewers to the repeats. As a result, E! was also unable to air the SNL repeats for seven months (after winning the exclusive rights, which had previously been held by Comedy Central for years without incident).

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