Saturday Night Live Video Clips - SNL Videos, Clips and Skits
Best SNL Weekend Update Jokes
The best jokes from Seth Meyers and others on Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update."
Best SNL Political Skits
Watch recent and classic political skits from "Saturday Night Live," including the latest skits lampooning the 2008 presidential candidates.
Seth Meyers Quotes from SNL's 'Weekend Update'
A collection of funny quotes and political jokes by Seth Meyers from SNL's 'Weekend Update.'
'Saturday Night Live's' Sarah Palin Skits
Complete videos and highlights of "Saturday Night Live's" Sarah Palin skits, including Tina Fey's impersonations of Palin and Palin's guest appearance on SNL.
SNL Presidents Reunite to Give Obama Advice
All of "Saturday Night Live's" former presidents gather for a comedic summit in this epic Web video produced by FunnyOrDie.com. In the video, the ghosts of presidents past urge a dreaming President Obama, played by Fred Armisen, to push for consumer protection and financial reform.
Tina Fey Debuts 'The Sarah Palin Network' on SNL
Tina Fey reprises her Sarah Palin impression on 'Saturday Night Live,' appearing in a sketch introducing a mock 'Sarah Palin Network.'
Palin 2012: SNL Provides Horrifying Glimpse of Palin Presidency
"Saturday Night Live" combines Sarah Palin and the disaster movie "2012" to imagine a world in which Palin wins the presidency.
SNL TSA Skit
Lonley during the holiday season? Find a companion with a TSA patdown at airport security.
SNL Parody of Christine O'Donnell's 'I'm Not a Witch' Ad
Saturday Night Live parodies Christine O'Donnell's "I'm Not a Witch" ad - paid for by the Coven to Elect Christine O'Donnell.
Seinfeld Appears on SNL to Rip Eric Massa
Jerry Seinfeld mocks Eric Massa, the groping, tickling ex-Congressman from New York, during a surprise appearance on Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update.
SNL, Jon Hamm Lampoon Sen. Scott Brown
In one of SNL's funniest political sketches in recent months, Jon Hamm impersonated newly elected Sen. Scott Brown, portraying him as an irresistible flirt who becomes the object of every Democrat's fantasy.
SNL Takes on the State Of The Union
SNL spoofs Obama's State of the Union address in a skit cutting together clips of Fred Armisen as Obama with actual shots of displeased Republicans and ecstatic Democrats.
SNL Spoofs the White House Party Crashers
Saturday Night Live mocks the White House party crashers in a skit featuring President Obama trying to give his Afghanistan speech, while the crashers appear on stage.
Al Gore on SNL: “I'm Gonna Start Acting Crazy"
Al Gore appears on "Saturday Night Live's" Weekend Update and announces that he's come up with a new tactic for getting people to care about green issues, which is to start acting crazy.
SNL Mocks FOX News's Election Coverage
SNL mocks Fox's News overblown election coverage and Glenn Beck's spelling problems.
'The Rock Obama' Beats Up Senate Opponents
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson reprises his role as "The Rock Obama" on "Saturday Night Live." Angered by opposition to his agenda, he undergoes a Hulk-like transformation and beats of Sens. Mitch McConnell and Max Baucus.
SNL Takes On Obama's Peace Prize: 'I Won It For Not Being Bush'
"President Obama" on SNL: "This prize bestowed by the Nobel committee in Norway is given annually to individuals who have made significant contributions to world peace. Jimmy Carter won it for decades of trying to find solutions to international conflicts, Al Gore won it for his years of education [the] U.S. about climate change, and us? Well, I won it for not being George Bush."
SNL Hits Obama With Sketch Detailing All His Failures in Office
SNL takes on Obama's failures, from global warming and immigration reform to the war in Afghanistan and health care reform.
SNL Takes on Republicans in Congress Over Wilson Outburst
Saturday Night Live lampoons Joe "You Lie" Wilson and explains how he came to make such a fool of himself during Obama's health-care speech.
George Bush and Dick Cheney Reunite
Will Ferrell reprises his role as George Bush alongside Darrell Hammond as Dick Cheney in the season finale of "Saturday Night Live."
Dan Aykroyd Mocks GOP Opposition
Dan Aykroyd returns to "Saturday Night Live" for a skit lampooning the Republican minority in Congress.
Obama Gets Nostalgic
President Obama pines for the good old days of the campaign trail.
Ann Coulter on "Weekend Update"
Ann Coulter gives an impassioned defense of George Bush on SNL's "Weekend Update."
Dick Cheney Exit Interview
The departing vice president has no regrets.
Really !?!: Gov. Blagojevich
Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler mock Gov. Rod Blagojevich on Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update"
Hillary Clinton on Becoming Secretary of State
Amy Poehler's Hillary Clinton returns to "Saturday Night Live" to address the nation as Obama's newly named secretary of state.
Obama Plays It Cool
Barack is one cool cat.
Rahm Emanuel Special Message
Obama Chief of Staff Rahm Emmanuel has an obscenity-laced message for you.
Bill Clinton on Hillary as Secretary of State
Bill Clinton impersonator Darrell Hammond stops by "Weekend Update" to talk about Hillary Clinton's appointment as Secretary of State.
SNL Mocks Joe Biden
Vice President Joe Biden insists he is ready for prime time and that he will be every bit as entertaining as Sarah Palin.
SNL's Arianna Huffington Impersonation
SNL cast member Michaela Watkins impersonates Arianna Huffington, commenting on the Bush administration and its offer to help President-Elect Barack Obama with the transition.
McCain on SNL with Tina Fey as Sarah Palin
The real John McCain appears on "Saturday Night Live" with Tina Fey as Sarah Palin, taking part in a skit in which the two act as QVC hosts.
Will Ferrell's Bush Meets Tina Fey's Palin On SNL
Will Ferrell returns as President Bush on "Saturday Night Live" to endorse John McCain and Sarah Palin in a skit featuring Tina Fey as Palin and Darrell Hammond as McCain.
Sarah Palin Appears on SNL
Sarah Palin makes a much-anticipated appearance on "Saturday Night Live" in a skit featuring Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Lorne Michaels, and Mark Wahlberg.
The Palin Rap
Amy Poehler performs the Palin rap on "Saturday Night Live" as Sarah Palin dances along.
Transcript of Sarah Palin on SNL
Read the transcript of Sarah Palin's appearance in the opening sketch of "Saturday Night Live," as well as the lyrics to the Palin Rap performed on "Weekend Update."
Obama's Variety Show
Barack and Michelle Obama sing "Solid As Barack" with guests Nancy Pelosi, Bill Clinton, and Joe Biden.
Biden and Murtha Stump for Obama on SNL
Sen. Joe Biden and Rep. John Murtha say crazy things in Pennsylvania.
Crazy McCain Rally Lady
SNL's "Weekened Update" features a skit in which a crazy McCain-Palin supporter wanders onto the set to make a series of ridiculous claims about Obama.
SNL Spoofs the Final Presidential Debate
Obama and McCain discuss Joe the Plumber in the final presidential debate.
SNL Spoofs the Obama-McCain Debate
SNL spoofs the Nashville presidential debate in an amusing sketch featuring Darrell Hammond as John McCain, Fred Armisen as Barack Obama, and Chris Parnell as Tom Brokaw.
Tina Fey as Sarah Palin in VP Debate
Tina Fey impersonates Sarah Palin in a "Saturday Night Live" skit satirizing the vice presidential debate, featuring Queen Latifah as debate moderator Gwen Ifill.
Tina Fey Mocks Palin's Couric Interview
Tina Fey reprises her Sarah Palin impersonation in a Saturday Night Live skit mocking Palin's train wreck interview with Katie Couric.
Tina Fey Parodies Sarah Palin on SNL
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler impersonate Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton during the opening sketch of "Saturday Night Live's" season premiere.
John McCain's Negative Ads
"Saturday Night Live" knocks John McCain for running misleading ads about Barack Obama.
John McCain Tries Hand at Satire on SNL
John McCain poked fun at his age and took a few jabs at his Democratic rivals during cameos in two sketches on 'Saturday Night Live.'
SNL Lays the Smackdown on Hillary Clinton
Saturday Night Live drives a satirical stake through Hillary Clinton's heart.
Tracy Morgan on Barack Obama and Race
In a guest appearance on "Weekend Update", SNL alum Tracy Morgan responded to Tina Fey's endorsement of Hillary Clinton, saying, "Bitch may be the new black, but black is the new president, bitch."
SNL Spoofs Hillary Clinton's 3 AM Ad
"Saturday Night Live" spoofs Hillary Clinton's 3 a.m. ad in a skit featuring an inexperienced Barack Obama seeking advice from Hillary Clinton on everything from dealing with Iran to fixing the heat in the White House.
Hillary Clinton's 'Saturday Night Live' Bump
Does Hillary Clinton owe her campaign's changing fortunes to "Saturday Night Live"? Find out how the media may have changed its coverage after SNL aired a couple of skits that portrayed journalists as enamored by Barack Obama.
Hillary Clinton Appears on 'Saturday Night Live'
Read a summary and watch video highlights of Hillary Clinton's cameo on "Saturday Night Live."
SNL Obama-Clinton Debate Spoof: Part 1
SNL lampoons the media's adoration of Barack Obama during a sketch which featured prominent reporters falling all over thesmelves to compliment the Democratic frontrunner, while trashing Hillary Clinton.
SNL Obama-Clinton Debate Spoof: Part 2
SNL presents a second skit featuring Brian Williams and Tim Russert interrogating Hillary Clinton with a series of hostile questions, while lobbing softballs at Barack Obama.
SNL Spoofs the 2008 Presidential Campaign
Mike Huckabee appeared on "Saturday Night Live" and overstayed his welcome, and Tina Fey endorsed Hillary Clinton, saying "bitch is the new black."
SNL Weekend Update on Larry Craig
Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler discuss Senator Larry Craig on Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update.
SNL - Iran So Far
Andy Samberg and Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad together at last, in this SNL Digital Short with Adam Levine of Maroon 5.
SNL: Presidential Candidates Come Clean to Oprah
The 2008 presidential candidates air their dirty laundry during an appearance on Oprah in this SNL TV Funhouse cartoon.
Al Gore on Saturday Night Live
Al Gore addresses the nation as if he were president in this hilarious Saturday Night Live clip.
John McCain Sings Barbra Streisand
Watch a video clip of John McCain singing Barbra Streisand songs during his guest appearance on Saturday Night Live.
Saturday Night Live on NBC.com
Visit the home page for "Saturday Night Live" on NBC.com, featuring video clips, photos, quotes, and more.
Saturday Night Live Transcripts
Updated every Friday, Saturday Night Live Transcripts features more than 1,000 transcripts of the funniest skits, characters and sketches from the history of "Saturday Night Live."