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  1. Vinson

    VinsonHari Yang lalu

    Good 'ol mental Edward. Want to see Jackie Rogers Jr. on 'Name that Tune'.

  2. seb seb

    seb sebHari Yang lalu

    Am I the only one who thought that it was Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) in the thumbnail

  3. Jackaloopt

    JackalooptHari Yang lalu

    That was pretty decent I must say!

  4. *Lady Voldemort*

    *Lady Voldemort*3 hari yang lalu

    This is a heartwarming sketch...I love it! There are mixed emotions, I laughed and feeling concerned at the same time...glad the dude changed his mind on his "way down". I love how old casts didn't rely on cue cards too much like the recent ones. And I love Martin Short character's sincerity. πŸ‘πŸ˜Šβ€

  5. Lisa Page

    Lisa Page4 hari yang lalu

    Ed Grimley reminds me of Mr. Rogers with his huge grin.

  6. Andy Price

    Andy Price6 hari yang lalu

    Is that Donald Trump in the elevator?!

  7. Ahmar Saeed

    Ahmar Saeed7 hari yang lalu

    This was great I must say!

  8. J Double C

    J Double C7 hari yang lalu

    Grown Up Alfalfa?

  9. DJBubblicious

    DJBubblicious9 hari yang lalu

    OMG what's with the something about Mary hairstyle and the grampa pants ? ROFL!

  10. gc1282

    gc128210 hari yang lalu

    I remember watching the Ed Grimley cartoon I don't remember which network, but I remember thinking it was so creepy but I enjoyed it.

  11. R Lynd

    R Lynd10 hari yang lalu

    Wow, it's Nigel Tufnel, turn it up to 11! Martin Short is a fantastically unique comedian too, I must say.

  12. Dennis Velez

    Dennis Velez13 hari yang lalu

    Wonderful skits from a wonderful time in SNL. It’s great to see comedy like this with no foul language or slurs. Also I was reminded of how Dreyfus’ looks played on my pre teenage imagination πŸ˜‰πŸ˜Ž

  13. chinookvalley

    chinookvalley14 hari yang lalu

    Did anyone else cry at the end? Humanity has lost all meaning. Be kind, you never know what another is going thru.

  14. Bram Sebio-Brundage

    Bram Sebio-Brundage15 hari yang lalu

    This is probably one of my favorite snl skits I must saaayyy.

  15. J Wayne

    J Wayne16 hari yang lalu

    Ed Grimley is the MAN, he one best characters I have ever seen.... I love his hair and best sense of humor.

  16. Tony Stark

    Tony Stark16 hari yang lalu

    Martin Short has never, ever, in his whole pathetic career been funny. He’s such a sad person, thinking your funny when your the opposite.

  17. J is Scoobysmom

    J is Scoobysmom17 hari yang lalu

    My friend in high school had a talking Ed Grimley doll - in high school - like a funny kitsch thing, it was hysterical - but now I'm realizing the sketches were 6 years old back then? Damn I'm really old now

  18. Patti Billerbeck

    Patti Billerbeck18 hari yang lalu

    Ed Grimley MADE Martin Short 😊

  19. LextheRobot

    LextheRobot18 hari yang lalu

    Well, I bet genetics played a part in that. Oh wait, you meant... never mind.

  20. froladee

    froladee19 hari yang lalu

    Anyone know who the other Male actor is?

  21. froladee

    froladee15 hari yang lalu

    @johnqpublic912 thnk u :)

  22. johnqpublic912

    johnqpublic91218 hari yang lalu

    Christopher Guest

  23. Ammar Ali Arif

    Ammar Ali Arif20 hari yang lalu

    is it just me or does he look like old captain america?

  24. Kween Tiia MelanatedGoddess

    Kween Tiia MelanatedGoddess20 hari yang lalu

    I LOVED yhis character! Especially the cartoon when I was little

  25. Cliftonite 187

    Cliftonite 18720 hari yang lalu

    What degenerate votes down on this?

  26. Mike Bledsoe

    Mike Bledsoe21 hari yang lalu

    *A SNL Classic*

  27. John Pelletier

    John Pelletier21 hari yang lalu

    Just incredible Martin Short.

  28. Michael Philpott

    Michael Philpott22 hari yang lalu

    Did anyone notice the mic

  29. Clayton Eshom

    Clayton Eshom22 hari yang lalu

    Is it just me or does the thumbnail make it seem like Chris Evans is in this?

  30. Loki's Buddy

    Loki's Buddy23 hari yang lalu

    This was one of THE best seasons on SNL! (the one after it w/ Randy Quaid and Anthony Michael Hall sucked so bad I stopped watching it for a long time. It's a wonder SNL wasn't canceled.)

  31. Amber Atkins

    Amber Atkins24 hari yang lalu

    Oh my god I met this mans sister, she works at cvs.

  32. War Pig

    War Pig24 hari yang lalu

    This sketch goes to 11.

  33. maxtheknife

    maxtheknife24 hari yang lalu

    So good to see SNL scenes from the 80s. I prefer these over anything from the past 20 years.

  34. Jane Marinelli

    Jane Marinelli25 hari yang lalu

    The picture of Pat Sajak🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

  35. Sesh Jules

    Sesh Jules25 hari yang lalu

    this was a pretty decent episode if i must say

  36. Steven Clark

    Steven Clark26 hari yang lalu

    Hey, is it just me or is that John Candy in the elevator??

  37. Justin Bowen

    Justin Bowen26 hari yang lalu

    I'm a simple man. I see Martin Short I click

  38. self discarded king of ruin 72

    self discarded king of ruin 7226 hari yang lalu

    Needs a little paprika I must say

  39. Der Angstgarten

    Der Angstgarten27 hari yang lalu

    This character showed up right after Pee Wee Herman caught on big. Even the straight-man is dressed like Pee Wee Herman.

  40. jssangel416

    jssangel41627 hari yang lalu

    When I was a kid I was so afraid of creeped out by Ed Grimly lol. Don't know why but he freaked me out!

  41. GeorgeBailey2

    GeorgeBailey227 hari yang lalu

    The all-star year. It may have been the best year for the show, which is saying a lot. At least two of the top three video sketches were done this year: The male synchronized swimmers and the 60 Minutes bootleg novelty items (The Minkman Bros). "C@ck in the Box" or "Peyton Manning United Way"" would be #3. Also that year, "Smelt Night" (Crystal and Guest as old Negro League players), "The Magic Shoes" and the Jim Belushi/toilet paper video sketches were great. The Ed Grimley "Rear Window" sketch with Ed Asner was also classic.

  42. jesushatesyoutoo

    jesushatesyoutoo27 hari yang lalu

    Martin Short is a fucking comedic genius!!!!

  43. Mary Finelli

    Mary Finelli27 hari yang lalu

    Ed Grimley originated on SCTV, which was a funnier show than SNL, as was Mad TV. Love Martin Short! Interesting to see Julia Louis-Dreyfus on there, who was wasted on SCTV but ideal on Seinfeld.

  44. Justin Pipes

    Justin Pipes27 hari yang lalu

    This skit is one year older than I am... and Wheel of Fortune is still being made.

  45. S C.

    S C.27 hari yang lalu

    The softest landing ever

  46. Linda F

    Linda F3 hari yang lalu

    Yes, it was like it wasn't even a real, heavy, body hitting Ed, with the extra force from stories up, haha! (it was an obvious dummy) it landed like some clothes tossed aside. I SAW this sketch back then, I've watched since 1975 religiously, and I had forgotten it, but when he left the building, I just KNEW he would be hit by Chris' character! Predictable, or do I recall it, ? Anyway, where did they go then, maybe on a 'DATE'?

  47. Ghost Chain

    Ghost Chain27 hari yang lalu

    Dude in the thumbnail looks like Chris Evans

  48. Phaedra Backer

    Phaedra Backer27 hari yang lalu

    I knew a guy that wore his pants hiked up like that.

  49. Linda F

    Linda F3 hari yang lalu

    a lot of older men do.

  50. Christine Jones

    Christine Jones27 hari yang lalu

    Christopher Guest.........when SNL WAS funny.

  51. Juan TwinMG

    Juan TwinMG27 hari yang lalu

    christopher guest and martin short are at gratingly different tempos

  52. Juan TwinMG

    Juan TwinMG23 hari yang lalu

    @Qermaq yep!

  53. Qermaq

    Qermaq26 hari yang lalu

    Juan TwinMG Nah it’s intentional.

  54. kahtfish

    kahtfish27 hari yang lalu

    You have six fingers on your right hand... Someone was looking for you.

  55. Transmedal2

    Transmedal227 hari yang lalu

    The microphone being in the way was the funniest part of the bit lol

  56. Kathlyn Terry

    Kathlyn Terry27 hari yang lalu

    One of my favorite characters ever. He even plays the triangle.

  57. HASAN NAOMI R.

    HASAN NAOMI R.28 hari yang lalu

    Amazing piece. Isn't that the calm chap Peter Scolari from "Bosom Buddies"? Oh I miss his work. To me was at least as deep and gripping an actor as Tom Hanks. The cast of that show was simply and truly a gift to the world. So gifted and with such depth of understanding of their characters. Like the episode when Peter Scolari danced with a alumnus at a class reunion. He had the chance to apologize for succumbing to peer pressure because she lived with deafness. An unforgettable piece, I must say.

  58. Scott Magill

    Scott Magill28 hari yang lalu

    Martin Short has been funny; this shit is insufferable at best. People only claim to like this tripe to come off as cool. I guarantee it. There is nothing remotely redeeming or amusing about this 'skit'.

  59. tyro244

    tyro24428 hari yang lalu

    SNL never used Julia Louis-Dreyfus to her full potential. So sad.

  60. Charles Philip Adams

    Charles Philip AdamsHari Yang lalu

    @jojopuppyfish Well, according to Larry his stuff wasn't used because early on he refused to stay and work all night (which was the established cocaine-inspired practice of the writing staff since the beginning of the show). He had written his jokes and was going home. He told the producer and when that didn't go over very well he said he "quit" and walked out. Later he would use this as the basis for an episode of Seinfeld. Unfortunately for Larry when he calmed down and realized he was out of a job and his neighborhood suggested he go back and tell everyone it was just a joke...well, when he went back to nbc they told him of course he still had a job because you can't just quit. He signed a contract so he couldn't have walked out if he'd wanted to. So he HAD to stay and write material for the rest of that year but as a punishment the show refused to use any of this stuff. Seems a little childish on both parties parts.

  61. jojopuppyfish

    jojopuppyfish26 hari yang lalu

    They didn't use Larry David either. He wrote for the show in1984 and got ONE sketch on the air. Clearly Larry liked Julia enough to cast her in Seinfeld

  62. RockAllStarsCollaborationProject D

    RockAllStarsCollaborationProject D28 hari yang lalu

    Jiminy Glick πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­

  63. crazyleg2006

    crazyleg200628 hari yang lalu

    We have a small but growing Facebook group for Real SNL Fans- Find us now, come join us... Search Facebook: Saturday Night Live Super Fans - make sure to choose Groups

  64. John Francis

    John Francis28 hari yang lalu

    Julia!

  65. Gynecologist

    Gynecologist28 hari yang lalu

    Didn't look like Martin Short looked at his cue cards once

  66. Linda F

    Linda F3 hari yang lalu

    He did flub his lines a time or 2 though, but it worked for the character.

  67. Michael O

    Michael O28 hari yang lalu

    It’s weird how good Martin Short is, I must say

  68. itiswhatitaint anditaintwhatitis

    itiswhatitaint anditaintwhatitis28 hari yang lalu

    "Just not enjoying my work, anymore. Plus these damn boom mikes hanging over my head!"

  69. Moss

    Moss28 hari yang lalu

    This sketch is hilarious, I must say

  70. Scott Martin

    Scott Martin28 hari yang lalu

    Still holds up. : )

  71. The World of VladBrad

    The World of VladBrad28 hari yang lalu

    Martin Short is super funnyπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  72. Roxanne M

    Roxanne M28 hari yang lalu

    And I was JUST saying! Just saying this has a 79 feel to it! πŸ˜ƒ

  73. Lynnie L.

    Lynnie L.28 hari yang lalu

    He's hysterical. And those pants.....THOSE PANTS!!!!! I love it.

  74. Joanie Newcomb

    Joanie Newcomb28 hari yang lalu

    Back in the day... When SNL was actually funny. I must say.

  75. 541967

    54196719 hari yang lalu

    A Song For Dee Vee Yeah, that period in the show’s history was rather underrated (case in point).

  76. A Song For Dee Vee

    A Song For Dee Vee27 hari yang lalu

    Try watching sketches from that era that aren't classics. They were awful.

  77. Shinobi _

    Shinobi _27 hari yang lalu

    πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  78. gallaxian

    gallaxian28 hari yang lalu

    A pretty decent skit, I must say.

  79. quistunes

    quistunes28 hari yang lalu

    Chris Guest?

  80. A Kayfabe

    A Kayfabe28 hari yang lalu

    I love it. If they made a suicide joke today they’d get a million social media people bitching abt how insensitive it is

  81. Liam Tallent

    Liam Tallent28 hari yang lalu

    I saw Ed grimley on Muppets Tonight

  82. Zell Wilson

    Zell Wilson28 hari yang lalu

    This was funny!

  83. AR playz

    AR playz28 hari yang lalu

    πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  84. Deezy D

    Deezy D28 hari yang lalu

    I thought that was skinny Steve RodgersπŸ˜‚

  85. jordan fetes

    jordan fetes24 hari yang lalu

    Why did I think the same thing

  86. Starla Repka

    Starla Repka28 hari yang lalu

    i thought i was the only one who thought that!

  87. melissa saint

    melissa saint28 hari yang lalu

    *On the way down I was thinking about what you said* Surprisingly, this is an accurate description of the experience of jumpers. People who have survived things like jumping from bridges almost all say that as soon as they jumped, they thought something like "oh, Ive made a horrible mistake!" For most suicidal people, the actual suicidal crisis is very brief and healthcare intervention works. For example, according to the research of Dr. Richard Seiden, Among people who tried to jump off the Golden Gate bridge but were stopped by police, over 90% never went on to kill themselves. The statistics for people who survived a suicide attempt are usually the same or even better. Research done since his work has produced very similar results. A very small percent of people keep trying until they finally do pass away, but for the VAST majority of people, if they can just be prevented and recieve some care, the crisis ends!

  88. steverino C

    steverino C28 hari yang lalu

    I'd like to be on Wheel of Fortune before I die, I must say. I can just hear me saying, I'll take a pee Pat. Oh, I'm going mental. Love this skit.

  89. OREL 1THIRD

    OREL 1THIRD28 hari yang lalu

    LOVE THIS CHANNEL SO MUCH!!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚β€!..This channel even motivated me to start my own channel of comedy sketches..SNL RULES!!πŸ’ͺ❀I hope my channel can also have millions of subscribers some dayπŸ˜“

  90. OREL 1THIRD

    OREL 1THIRD28 hari yang lalu

    All the way from South Africa

  91. Mr. Person Humanson

    Mr. Person Humanson28 hari yang lalu

    I must say. I love Martin short, you know

  92. BlueDiamond 29

    BlueDiamond 2928 hari yang lalu

    This was wholesome.

  93. William French

    William French28 hari yang lalu

    Fantastic! It's amazing how memorizing your lines can make a significant difference in a performance on SNL.

  94. Irfan Khan

    Irfan Khan5 hari yang lalu

    Indeed. Martin Short almost had a monologue out of his memory.

  95. Jerry Booth

    Jerry Booth21 hari yang lalu

    @William French True enough. I suppose it's also down to how professional Martin Short and Christopher Guest were.

  96. William French

    William French21 hari yang lalu

    @Jerry Booth Could be. I think part of that also has to do with lines changing at the last minute. BUT shows like 'The Jackie Gleason Show' were done live, scripts were changed at the last minute, and the cast memorized their lines. This clip was simply refreshing. It a pleasure seeing a real artist as work and no laser focused on cue cards.

  97. Jerry Booth

    Jerry Booth21 hari yang lalu

    That may be down to the show having a different producer at this time. Generally Lorne doesn't really like the cast members memorizing lines. Janeane Garafolo got upbraided for doing so when she was a cast member.

  98. Jerry Booth

    Jerry Booth21 hari yang lalu

    @Steven Clark SNL has had cue cards for most of its run. They don't use prompters as they change lines on the fly.

  99. Just gaming

    Just gaming28 hari yang lalu

    Julia Louis-Dreyfus was a secretary in this sketch. WOW

  100. Charles Philip Adams

    Charles Philip Adams21 hari yang lalu

    @Nathaniel Harari She was on the show from 1982 to 1985. That show really burns thru talented people.

  101. Jerry Booth

    Jerry Booth21 hari yang lalu

    @Charles Philip Adams Day by Day.

  102. Nathaniel Harari

    Nathaniel Harari27 hari yang lalu

    You should watch the late 80s skits - she's in a ton of them with Eddie Murphy an many other famous comedians.

  103. Charles Philip Adams

    Charles Philip Adams28 hari yang lalu

    Yeah, they didn't use her very much on SNL. Luckily she landed on another pretty big show later on. The name eludes me.

  104. maineboy1979

    maineboy197928 hari yang lalu

    That's a very decent sketch I must say!

  105. BRUTUSPLAC

    BRUTUSPLAC28 hari yang lalu

    MY High School Years 1981-1985