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  • Bad Boys of SNL
    Bad Boys of SNL
    Episode 25
    9/26/98
    6.8
    This two-hour prime-time special was intended to help launch SNL's 24th season.

    In it, the more contemporary "Roxbury Boys" (Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan) linked skits featuring the "Bad Boys", who dominated an overpopulated cast in the early 1990s.

    Sketches include "Nikey Turkey," "The Richmeister," "Schmitt's Gay Beer," "The Chris Farley Show," "Dick Clark's Snotty Receptionist", "Orgasm Guy," "Opera Man," "Spade In America," "Russell Simmmons Def Magic Show Jam," "Hangin' With MTV," "The Denise Show," "Gap Girls," "Canteen Boy and the Scoutmaster," "Total Bastard Airlines," "The Hannukah Song," "Zagat's," and "The Dark Side with Nat X."moreless
  • Saturday Night Live 25: The Music: 1995-1999
    Sketches include: "The Celine Dion Show," "Behind the Music: Fat Albert," "Storytellers with Neil Diamond," "Jewel Contest Winner," "Stevie Nicks Fajita Roundup," "Hanson in an Elevator," and "The Culps." Performances include: Mariah Carey "Butterfly", No Doubt "Don't Speak", Alanis Morissette "Hand in My Pocket", Jewel "Who Will Save Your Soul", Dave Matthews Band "What Would You Say", Garbage "Special", Hanson "MMMBop", and Ricky Martin "Livin' La Vida Loca."moreless
  • Saturday Night Live 25: The Music: 1990-1995
    Performances by REM, Live, and The Dave Matthews Band.
  • Saturday Night Live 25: The Music: 1986-1989
    Performances by Roy Orbison, Edie Brickell, and Paul Simon.
  • Saturday Night Live 25: The Music: 1980-1985
    Performances by Randy Newman, Rick James, and Duran Duran.
  • Saturday Night Live 25: The Music: 1975-1979
    Performances by Simon & Garfunkel, Elvis Costello, and a "duet" with John Belushi and Joe Cocker.
  • 5/15/99
    7.9
    Live from New York (in song), it's... Will Ferrell and Ana Gasteyer!

    Sketches include "The Culps' Graduation Party," "The Tiger Beat Ultra-Super Dreamy Love Show," "The Zimmermans' Summer Cabin," "Get On The Bag!," "The Ginsburg Gang" (cartoon), "MTV's Shame Attack," "Channel 5's Sunday Matinee: Dusty's Love," "Nickelodeon Press Conference," "Holding Your Own Boobs Magazine," and "Brian Fellow's Safari Planet."

    Backstreet Boys performed "I Want It That Way" and "All I Have To Give."moreless
  • 5/8/99
    7.0
    Live from New York, it's... Monica Lewinsky! Sketches include "Clinton's Fantasy," "Lotto" (three parts), "Improvised New Testament," "Barbara Walters' Search for Monica" (three parts), "Pretty Living," "The Ladies' Man," "Ambigu-Teens" (cartoon), and "Mango at Home." Ricky Martin performs "Livin La Vida Loca."
  • John Goodman/Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
    Live from New York, it's... Darrell Hammond! Sketches include "Clinton Needs To Lie," "Arthur Dugan," "Shaun Mondavi Vineyards," "CNN Newstand," "Bobby Wraps it Up," "Hello Dolly," "Santa in the Springtime," "Vh1," "Happy Smile Patrol," and "The Cat House." Tom Petty performed "Swingin'" and "Room at the Top."
  • 3/20/99
    6.8
    Live from New York, it's... Ana Gasteyer! Sketches include "E! Oscar Pre-Show," "Celebrity Jeopardy," "Banana Republic," "Fun With Real Audio: The '74 Oscars" (cartoon), "Antonio Banderas," "Dog Show," "VH1," and "Terrence and Lucy Maddox." Garbage performed "Special" and "When I Grow Up."
  • 3/13/99
    7.5
    Live from New York, it's... Cheri Oteri! Sketches include "Barbara Walters," "VH1," "SportsCenter," "Robert Benigni," "Pimp Chat," "Coach Suel Forrester," "Big Babies," and "Foxhole Dreams." The Corrs performed "What Can I Do" and "So Young."
  • 2/20/99
    8.0
    Live from New York, it's... Tim Meadows! Sketches include "The Ladies' Man," "The Yahtzee Party," "Swill," "Male Knicks' City Dancers," "The Quotable Caddyshack," "Morning Latte," "His Parents Were Eaten By Bears," "The Third Eye Bookstore," and "Steve Baxter, Hollywood Gynecologist." Lucinda Williams performed "Can't Let Go" and "Too Cool To Be Forgotten."moreless
  • Live from New York, it's... John Goodman! Sketches include "Linda Tripp Interview," "Judge Judy," "Bioflex", "Just Enjoy the Ozzy and Shut Up," "Jewel's Poetry" (cartoon), "Zimmermans' Workout," "You're A Champion, Charlie Brown," "Two Fat Ladies," and "Carrie Donovan's Male Escort." Busta Rhymes and The Roots performed "Gimmie Some More" and "Tear The Roof Off."moreless
  • 2/6/99
    6.7
    Live from New York, "it's gloating time" ...Darrell Hammond!

    Sketches include "A Message From Bill Clinton," "E!'s Impeachment Coverage," "Mary Katherine and the Black Angels," "Mindy and Skye," "Staten Island Nurses," "Trent Lott," "Healy Family Voices," "The X-Presidents" (cartoon), "Behind The Music: Joan Jett," "Behind The Music: John Oates," "Justice Rehnquist vs. The Partisan Issues," "A&E Biography," "Behind The Music: Colin Hay," and "Hardcore Rock."

    Barenaked Ladies perform "It's All Been Done."moreless
  • 1/16/99
    7.1
    Live from New York, it's... Horatio Sanz!

    Sketches include "Bill Clinton and Larry Flynt," "Teeny Weinies," "Spelling Bee Finals," "7 Degrees Celsius," "Cats on Video," "Dog Show," "Harry Connick Jr. and Laser Pointers," "The War Abroad and at Home," "Frankenteen," and "Maria Meets Anthony."

    Everlast performs "What It's Like."moreless
  • Bill Paxton/Beck
    Episode 10
    1/9/99
    5.8
    Live from New York, it's... Chris Parnell! Sketches include "Gingrich and Livingston," "The View," "The Culps," "Titanic Lost Ending," "Fat Albert," "NewsForce," "KCF Shredders," "Pick Your Postal Service," "Fantastic Voyage," and "Extreme Hunting." Beck performed "Nobody's Fault But My Own" and "Tropicalia."
  • Live from New York, it's... Darrell Hammond! Sketches include "Clinton is Sorry," "NBA on NBC," "Morning Latte," "Six-Year-Old Cassidy," "Delicious Dish," "Impeachment Hearings," "10-10-1776-5-28-1830-242-3-316-68-22", "The Harlem Globetrotters' Nativity" (cartoon), "Hanukkah Hymns," and "Bill Brasky's Buddies." Luciano Pavarotti and Vanessa Williams perform "Adeste Fideles."
  • 12/5/98
    5.9
    Live from New York, it's... Tracy Morgan! Sketches include "House Judiciary Oral Sexperts," "Oops I Crapped My Pants," "Dog Show," "Mr. Peepers in Vegas," "What Marriage is Like to Guys," "Lennon and Garcia Memorials," "The Exxon/Mobil Merger," "Norman Bates' Mother," "Pimp Chat," and "Delco Cat Toys." Lauryn Hill performed "Doo Wop (That Thing)" and "Ex-Factor."moreless
  • 11/21/98
    6.4
    Live from New York, it's... Molly Shannon! Sketches include "Monica Lewinsky and Linda Tripp," "The Ladies' Man," "Celine Dion," "Antonio Banderas," "Spartan Cheerleaders," "Mary Katherine Gallagher," "Let's Make it Happen," and "Saddam Hussein." Beastie Boys perform "Three MCs and one DJ."
  • Joan Allen/Jewel
    Episode 6
    11/14/98
    6.1
    Live from New York (in song), it's... Darrell Hammond and Chris Parnell!

    Sketches include "Bill Clinton and Newt Gingrich," "The Jensen Mint," "Martha Stewart Living," "VH1 Spirituality Awards," "Suel's Southern Trial," "Space: The Infinite Frontier with Harry Caray," "Learning with Jennifer Tilly," "Southern Girls in NYC," and "Tarmac Talk."

    Jewel performs "Hands" and "Down So Long."moreless
  • 11/7/98
    6.5
    Live from New York (pre-recorded), it's... Brad Pitt!

    Sketches include "Spade In Therapy," "The Mercury Mistress", "Accruing Equity and Making Hot Sweet Love", "Monica Lewinsky's Interview Auditions," "The Sergeant," "Mango," "Happy Birthday Grandma," "Felicity," "Talk Radio with Dr. Laura Schlesinger," and "Bachelor Party Rules."

    Eagle Eye Cherry performs "Save Tonight."moreless
  • 10/24/98
    7.2
    Live from New York (pre-recorded), it's... Ben Stiller!

    Sketches include "Lorne Fights Ben," "Celebrity Jeopardy," "Pretty Living," "Hete-Roy" (cartoon), "The Zimmermans' Halloween Party," "Real Stories of the Highway Patrol," "Living With His Parents," "Steve Wynn's Bellagio Hotel and Casino," "Cointreau for Congress," and "Mason in '98."

    Alanis Morrissette performed "Thank U and "Baba."moreless
  • 10/17/98
    6.2
    Live from New York, it's... Darrell Hammond! Sketches include "NBC Special Report," "Judge Judy," "The History of Presidential Scandals," "The Clinton Marriage," "Stevie Nicks' Fajita Roundup," "The How Do You Say? Ah Yes Show," "A&E Biography: Sean "Puffy" Combs," "Terrance Maddox," "Goth Talk," and "The Culps'." Elliot Smith performed "Waltz #2."moreless
  • 10/3/98
    8.0
    Live from New York, it's... Darrell Hammond!

    Sketches include "Bedtime At The White House," "Delicious Dish," "Big Bernard," "Thinking About Burritos," "Baywatch Director," "Mr. Peepers," "Morning Latte," "Hello Dolly," "Maakies" (cartoon), "Terry Ferguson Campaign Ad," and "ESPN2 Lumberjack Coverage."

    Sheryl Crow performed "My Favorite Mistake."
  • 9/26/98
    8.1
    Live from New York, it's...Tim Meadows! Sketches include "Oprah 2002," "Oops! I Crapped My Pants," "The View," "The Ladies' Man," "Clinton Scandal Outtakes" (cartoon), "Gap I: Bill Clinton," "Gap II: Hillary Clinton," "Gap III: Kenneth Starr," "The New Hollywood Squares," "Roxbury Guys Meets The Fenstruk Brothers," "Bad Witch's Brew," "The Suicidal Crow" (cartoon), "A Message From The Spice Girls," and "Jingleheimer Junction." Smashing Pumpkins performed "Perfect."moreless
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