Recently, E! (Entertainment Channel) has been counting down the "101 Most Unforgettable SNL Moments" featuring the best skits and performances from all the past years of Saturday Night Live. Tonight I got a chance to see the top 5. And they were all really good. In fact, even though I didn't see all 101, I did watch several different episodes of the countdown and it was filled with all the classic skits and characters. Too many to even try to mention here.
But the top 5 were the ones I was most excited about. After all of the absolutely hilarious sketches that had already been shown, I couldn't wait to see clips that were even better than those. I'm not gonna give you a recap of all 5, you should really try to catch the show and watch them for yourselves. But I will ruin the fun and tell you who won the #1 spot.
It was the "Wayne's World" skit starring Mike Meyers (Wayne) and Dana Carvey (Garth) that featured Aerosmith as guests in Wayne's basement. Now, don't get me wrong. I love Wayne and Garth, I really do. I also really like Aerosmith. I think the "Wayne's World" skits were vvveeerrrryyy funny. I even owned the movie at one time. However, when you have all those years of sketches from all those classic actors and actresses who were players on the show, I just don't see how "Wayne's World" can top them all. Certainly it should be towards the top. After all, that skit spawned two movies and a whole new way of speaking. But, is it more unforgettable than Gilda Radner, Eddie Murphy or Chris Farley? Maybe the problem is that I'm a huge fan of Farley.
Either way, the whole show was fun to watch and I got to see a lot of really great, classic skits. I recommend it to anyone who ever laughed at Saturday Night Live
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