Nice White Lady, the funniest "Teacher inspires inner-city classroom" parody ever, and something that single-handedly makes it impossible to take Freedom Writers (or any movie about a white teacher trying to reform a class full of ethnically diverse teenagers who live in the ghetto and think the dangerous street life is the only way to live) seriously.
This sketch about two guys (Ike Barinholtz and Josh Meyers) who question their sexuality while watching football. Doubly funny when you realize Josh's older brother Seth did something similar on SNL with Bill Hader's Stefon character, and, unlike this sketch, it was a recurring bit on Weekend Update and it had a happier, yet more bizarre ending.
An opening sketch involving Will Sasso, Moe Collins, and Debra Wilson where they tell Will he was funny when he was The Fat Guy. Rather than take it sad, he goes on a quest before showtime to regain all his weight. In said quest, he stuffs his face at the craft services table, eats dangerous amounts of butter, steals Girl Scout cookies, is thought to have microwaved a dog (but actually microwaved some ribs and told the dog he can't have any), and assaults a woman trying to drink her breast milk. Between those scenes, he punches a stage hand out three times and steals his sandwich. The result makes him more fatter than he ever was and even falling through the floor lights.
The Son of Dolemite Meets Blackbelt Jones
Eight o'clock! In Pasadena!
The skit where Arnold Schwarzenegger (played hilariously by Will Sasso) gives viewers a sneak peek at his new movie Stolen Identity 3 (so named because "sequels make millions of dollars at the box office!"). The movie itself is pretty much a parody of just about every movie Arnie's ever done (specifically The 6th Day, Terminator, End of Days, and even Junior).
One of the best bits is when Arnold's character meets two of his clones, one of whom is dressed exactly like the Terminator and says he (Arnold's character) must die because he knows the secret, then asks "Which one are you?" Cue confused grunting and gibberish from all three characters.
"Arnold's Bedtime," which has Arnold and Maria Shriver in bed going over a script and Maria complaining to Arnold about how he's getting too old to be in action movies. Arnold isn't amused.
Pay close attention to the laugh track during this sketch. It's used over and over.
Is it wrong to add the sketch where an artist wants a government grant from a Senator but when the Senator (who lets out Freudian slips that he's a pedophile) looks at the art, he claims he keeps seeing "Young Naked Boys."
Mr. Leo Squid: That one's called "Puppies, Puppies and more Puppies."
Senator Hodgekins: Why you don't just say it as it is? "Naked Boys! Naked Boys! And more sweaty, glistening Naked Boys!"
Howard Stern on Talkin' America. The sketch ends with one of the hosts (played by Aries Spears) running off-camera after Howard, followed by the sounds of him beating the crap out of him.
One episode of "Real Mother*** Talk" had a guest commentator say the "N word" before realizing his mistake, followed by a Stunned Silence and angry glares from his black co-commentators. Finally, Dollar Bill Montgomery tells him, "Look here, man. We not gonna kill you; you just gonna turn up missing."
"The Mike Tyson Grill," a parody of infomercials for the George Foreman Grill. At one point, the guy playing Mike Tyson tells us "just listen these testimonials from people I don't even know" and then proceeds to appear as various people supposedly shilling the grill, when in fact it's just him in bad disguises. "Hi! I'm a grandmother now. I mean, I'm a grandmother."