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Top Ten ‘SNL’ Sketches of 2010

Back in May we had every intention of compiling a “best of” list for SNL‘s 35th season.  However, for one reason, or another, that never happened.  So, instead of just abandoning this intention altogether we decided to put together a list for the 2010 calendar year, and then come spring we’ll post revised rankings that only pertain to the 2010-2011 campaign.  Sound good?  Great.  And hopefully this will hold you over until Jim Carrey graces Studio 8H on Saturday night.

1. Jeff Bridges/Cookie Monster Monologue: Obviously we’re completely biased towards this piece, but nothing from the previous 12 months provided us with nearly as much glee.  It gave us much the same feeling we imagine Cookie Monster experiences when he devours a particularly delicious cookie.

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More Jumped The Snark Nostalgia: Best ‘SNL’ of the 00s

With the Saturday Night Live retrospective In the 2000s: Time and Again airing last Thursday, we thought it would be a great time to revisit our list of the best SNL sketches of the 00s from earlier in the year.  If you saw the show, you might recognize some of our selections.

(Belated) Top 10 SNL of the Decade

And here’s a clip that didn’t make the broadcast, a behind the scenes look at the Sarah Palin rap.  I will never, ever, get tired of seeing Jason Sukeikis as Todd Palin.

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And, for kicks, here’s one of our favorite sketches of the new decade.  Been meaning to work this one in for a while, and this seems like a good excuse.

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For the record my dad loves Burn Notice.

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