You can still read the transcript (click the sketch title above) -- although no script can do justice to Billy Crystal's Sammy Davis Jr. Martin Short, playing the titular albino lounge singer, proves why he's one of Chris Farley is hilarious as a befuddled American tourist who ends up playing a particularly brutal Japanese game show -- even if Mike Myers and Alec Baldwin playing Japanese characters would never fly nowadays.
Dana Carvey totally sells this clever premise about a psychic game show contestant, while Phil Hartman brings his traditional flair to the straight-man role.
This "Win, Lose, or Draw" parody managed to be both provocative and tasteful about a sensitive subject, all while teaching you what not to do on your next family Pictionary night.
's game show sketches can be hit or miss, but many that have aired over the years have been instant classics -- especially when they were derailed by Burt Reynolds and Sean Connery.
So suck it, Trebek, and join us as we look back at some of 's best recurring game show sketch has given us so many lasting gifts: Norm Macdonald's Burt Reynolds, Darrell Hammond's Sean Connery, Will Ferrell's exasperated and put-upon Alex Trebek, lots of double entendres, and, of course, the giant foam hat.
The glass eye guy said he’d get her a massage, take her out to dinner, and if all went well, they’d have breakfast together the next morning.
The Best Buy employee told the bachelorette he would make her dinner at home and watch a movie, but chances are they wouldn’t be watching the film.The app works by allowing users to swipe left or right if they like or dislike a user based on the profile photo.The easy to use app is able to be connected with a Facebook account and Instagram.This recurring '70s game show sketch gave us one of Kristen Wiig's greatest characters: washed-up Broadway actress Mindy Gracin, star of hit flops like "Kenya Karen and the Watubi Crew," "The Incoherence of Miss Tiffany," and "Wigwam Suzy and the Corn Maize Crew." The sketch that gave us Kate Mc Kinnon’s Jane Lynch (“America’s No.2 lesbian”) is a worthy successor to "Celebrity Jeopardy" in terms of wacky-brilliant celebrity impressions.One of his most popular skits was a spoof on hip hop artist Drake’s popular song, "Hotline Bling".