* Kevin gets one when he orders an annoying English acting coach interrupting Josh and Amanda's sketch by giving them tips to leave the set.
* Kenan Thompson going from being a cast member on a preteen ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' to being a cast member on [[Series/SaturdayNightLive the real deal]]. While Kel Mitchell not joining him is a let-down, the fact that Kenan Thompson was the first (paving the way for Taran Killam, who went from being a semi-frequent ''Amanda Show'' cast member to a barely-used ''Series/{{MADtv}}'' cast member and finally, an ''SNL'' cast member who has a decent amount of screentime -- and is considered a bright spot[[note]]along with Cecily Strong, Kate [=McKinnon=], Vanessa Bayer, and some of the season 39 newcomers that weren't fired, like Kyle Mooney, Sasheer Zamata, Beck Bennett, Leslie Jones -- who started as a writer and became an EnsembleDarkhorse due to a controversial Weekend Update commentary -- and Colin Jost[[/note]] in the post-Bill Hader/Andy Samberg/Kristen Wiig/Jason Sudeikis-era of the show) should count for something. It's like seeing your childhood friend go from being the class clown to being paid to do it professionally as a TV star (which is exactly what happened here).
** Even more awesome: Kenan Thompson is now the longest-running black male cast member on ''SNL'' (who's been on the show since 2003 and hasn't left yet), beating out Tim Meadows (who was on the show from 1990 to 2000, but didn't become popular until Lorne Michaels and NBC fired most of the season 20 cast[[note]]while the rest either left because they hated doing the show, got fired/let go for staying too long or being a poor performer [in the cases of AdamSandler, ChrisFarley, and Jay Mohr], or stayed because they were stand-outs in a mostly horrible season[[/note]] while retaining the good cast members and hiring new blood).
* Kel's rap performances.