Watch recent and classic SNL video clips, including funny skits, popular political spoofs, and other Saturday Night Live videos.
A funny parody of Christine O'Donnell's "I'm Not a Witch" ad - paid for by the Coven to Elect Christine O'Donnell.
Tina Fey reprises her Sarah Palin impression on "Saturday Night Live," appearing in a sketch introducing a mock "Sarah Palin Network."
Jerry Seinfeld mocks Eric Massa, the groping, tickling ex-Congressman from New York, during a surprise appearance on Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update.
All of "Saturday Night Live's" former presidents gather for a comedic summit in an epic Web video produced by FunnyOrDie.com.
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 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.
"Saturday Night Live" mocks the White House party crashers (aka Tareq and Michaele Salahi), the Secret Service, and Vice President Joe Biden with a skit featuring President Obama trying to give his Afghanistan speech when the crashers appear on stage.
"Saturday Night Live" combines Sarah Palin and the disaster movie "2012" to imagine a world in which Palin wins the presidency.
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.
"Saturday Night Live's" Seth Meyers and Darrell Hammond skewer Lou Dobbs on "Weekend Update" after the host quits CNN.