History Heartwarming / SaturdayNightLive

21st May '17 7:17:00 AM Subwharfer409
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You may be surprised, but ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' did have these kinds of moments.

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You may be surprised, but ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' did does have these kinds of moments.


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*On The season finale when the Rock hosted, after Bobby did one last sketch as his arguably most famous character, "Drunk Uncle", Colin gives him a big hug for his last show.
**Not to mention, that him and Vanessa (who will also be leaving this season), got quite a few sketches to themselves. The last sketch in general has a nice vibe to it. Its about departing seniors relaying their last year of high school, and all the crazy stuff that happened during it. Its mostly played straight, and a very nice sketch for their final goodbye.
14th May '17 1:07:11 PM Pren
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* Steve Martin appearing out of nowhere at the end of Melissa [=McCarthy's=] fifth hosted episode to welcome her to the five-timers' club.
13th May '17 1:15:15 PM nombretomado
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* Ian Rubbish's[[note]]Ian Rubbish was the British punk rocker on the ''SNL'' sketch about a punk rocker who risked his career and credibility singing songs that supported MargaretThatcher[[/note]] (Fred Armisen) song, ''It's A Lovely Day''. Since the Ben Affleck/Kanye West episode is the last episode featuring Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, and Jason Sudeikis ([[AndZoidberg also Tim Robinson]], though Robinson [[KickedUpstairs has now been hired as a show writer after a mediocre stint as a cast member]]), the song was Fred's way of thanking viewers for the 11 years on the show ("It's been all right/I've had a lovely night with you") and assuring fans out there that the cast and crew need to stay strong in the face of cast turnover and the critics and fickle fans coming after the show for "not being the same" now that he, Hader, and Sudeikis will be leaving ("If your mates are not around/And you need them when you're down/You gotta hang on/It's still a lovely day").

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* Ian Rubbish's[[note]]Ian Rubbish was the British punk rocker on the ''SNL'' sketch about a punk rocker who risked his career and credibility singing songs that supported MargaretThatcher[[/note]] UsefulNotes/MargaretThatcher[[/note]] (Fred Armisen) song, ''It's A Lovely Day''. Since the Ben Affleck/Kanye West episode is the last episode featuring Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, and Jason Sudeikis ([[AndZoidberg also Tim Robinson]], though Robinson [[KickedUpstairs has now been hired as a show writer after a mediocre stint as a cast member]]), the song was Fred's way of thanking viewers for the 11 years on the show ("It's been all right/I've had a lovely night with you") and assuring fans out there that the cast and crew need to stay strong in the face of cast turnover and the critics and fickle fans coming after the show for "not being the same" now that he, Hader, and Sudeikis will be leaving ("If your mates are not around/And you need them when you're down/You gotta hang on/It's still a lovely day").
7th May '17 7:44:02 PM pineyfusion
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* There's something so goofy and heartwarming about the SWAT Recon sketch that involved a SWAT team (played by Kenan Thompson and observing a target (played by Bobby Moynihan) only to be charmed and enthralled by the silliness going on next door which involves two men (played by Mikey Day and host Chris Pine) having a cotton candy dance party followed by a backpack fashion show and then bouncing on some exercise balls while a tall woman (played by Leslie Jones) in a zoot suit eating a huge gummy bear. The display ends up charming the target as well and it ends with one of the SWAT guys going over to dance and the other one going to join them. It's just a nice wholesome little sketch of silliness.
23rd Apr '17 12:44:58 AM Golondrina
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* JKSimmons not killing Pushy (Bobby Moynihan) in the [[http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/microsoft-assistant/2844010 Microsoft Assistant sketch.]]

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* JKSimmons Creator/JKSimmons not killing Pushy (Bobby Moynihan) in the [[http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/microsoft-assistant/2844010 Microsoft Assistant sketch.]]
19th Apr '17 4:44:25 PM cbk
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*During the Creator/JimmyFallon episode, we had the Civil War sketch, in which we see this group of war-torn soldiers enjoying themselves and singing with one another. Even their prisoner, played by [[Music/OneDirection Harry Styles]], is allowed to sing with them.
19th Apr '17 4:39:51 PM cbk
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*Many people were introduced to Melissa Villasenor when she appeared on an episode of Series/AmericasGotTalent. There, she described how she always wanted to be a comedian and was able to impress the audience with her impressions. It's heartwarming to see how far she's come and how she was able to make it to what's considered to be the highest honor of being a comedian: to be a cast member of SNL.
9th Apr '17 1:24:24 PM Pren
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* Louis C.K.'s tribute to Don Rickles at the end of the episode from two days after his death.
11th Mar '17 7:41:33 PM DrOO7
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* The show re-running the episode Bill Paxton hosted in wake of his death.
24th Jan '17 2:58:20 PM SamuraiGal
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* The opening of the Creator/DaveChappelle episode paired this with {{Tearjerker}}. Following the stunning results of Election Day 2016, the show could have easily begun with its trademark humor. Instead, a white pantsuit-clad Kate [=McKinnon=] as Hillary Clinton sat at a piano and performed a rendition of Music/LeonardCohen's "Hallelujah", thereby conveying the genuine sadness many felt, as well as simultaneously paying tribute to Cohen, who died earlier in the week. As the song concluded, a visibly teary [=McKinnon=] turned to the camera and declared:
--> "I'm not giving up, and neither should you."
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