Recurring Saturday Night Live characters and sketches (listed chronologically)


Recurring Saturday Night Live characters and sketches (listed chronologically)

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* See also Listed Alphabetically, Listed by cast member

All listings indicate the first appearance of the character or sketch.

1975-1976

* Weekend Update (Chevy Chase, Jane Curtin, et al.) (see Weekend Update for names of all anchors) - October 11, 1975
* The Killer Bees (John Belushi, Bill Murray, Garrett Morris, Dan Aykroyd and others) – October 11, 1975
* The Land Shark (Chevy Chase) – November 8, 1975
* Sherry (Laraine Newman) – November 15, 1975
* Minute Mystery with Mike Mendoza (Dan Aykroyd) – November 15, 1975
* Emily Litella (Gilda Radner) – November 15, 1975
* Samurai Futaba (John Belushi) – December 13, 1975
* Mel's Char Palace (Dan Aykroyd) – December 20, 1975
* Mr. Mike, (Michael O'Donoghue) – January 17, 1976
* Steve Bushakis (John Belushi) – January 24, 1976
* H & L Brock (John Belushi) – January 31, 1976
* The Mr. Bill Show – February 28, 1976
* Baba Wawa, (Gilda Radner) – April 24, 1976
* Lina Wertmuller (Laraine Newman) – May 22, 1976 [http://snl.jt.org/imp.php?i=1322]

1976-1977

* Consumer Probe (Dan Aykroyd, Jane Curtin/Candice Bergen) - December 11, 1976
* The Coneheads (Dan Aykroyd, Jane Curtin, Laraine Newman) - January 15, 1977
* E. Buzz Miller and Christie Christina (Dan Aykroyd, Laraine Newman) - January 22, 1977
* Rhonda Weiss (Gilda Radner) - January 29, 1977
* Leonard Pinth-Garnell (Dan Aykroyd) - March 12, 1977
* Colleen Fernman (Gilda Radner) - April 9, 1977
* Nick the Lounge Singer (Bill Murray) - April 16, 1977
* Debbie Doody (Gilda Radner) - April 16, 1977
* Shower Mike with Richard Herkiman (Bill Murray) May 21, 1977

1977-1978

* The Festrunk Brothers (Wild and Crazy Guys) (Dan Aykroyd, Steve Martin) – September 24, 1977
* The Ex-Police (Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray) – October 15, 1977
* Judy Miller (Gilda Radner) – October 29, 1977
* Roseanne Roseannadanna (Gilda Radner) – January 21, 1978
* Olympia Cafe ("Chee-buga, chee-buga!") (John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd, Laraine Newman, Bill Murray) – January 28, 1978
* Lisa Loopner (Gilda Radner, featuring Bill Murray as Todd, and Jane Curtin as Mrs. Loopner) – January 28, 1978
* Lester Crackfield (Al Franken) - February 18, 1978
* Point/Counterpoint (Jane Curtin, Dan Aykroyd) – April 22, 1978
* The Blues Brothers (Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi) – April 22, 1978
* Theodoric of York (Steve Martin) – April 22, 1978
* Father Guido Sarducci (Don Novello) – May 13, 1978
* The Franken and Davis Show (Al Franken, Tom Davis) – May 20, 1978

1978-1979

* Honker the Homeless Man (Bill Murray) – October 14, 1978
* The Mall (Scotch Boutique, D&R Men’s Stylists, Barry White’s Big and Tall, etc.) – October 14, 1978
* Woman To Woman (Gilda Radner) – October 21, 1978
* Uncle Roy (Buck Henry) – November 11, 1978
* St. Mickey’s Knights Of Columbus (The Not Ready For Prime Time Players) – November 11, 1978
* Chico Escuela (Garrett Morris) – November 11, 1978
* Telepsychic (Dan Aykroyd) – December 9, 1978
* Candy Slice (Gilda Radner) – December 9, 1978
* The Widettes (Jane Curtin, Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, Gilda Radner) – December 16, 1978
* Miles Cowperthwaite (Michael Palin) – January 27, 1979
* Dick Lanky (Bill Murray) – February 17, 1979
* Rosa Santangelo (Gilda Radner) – May 19, 1979

1979-1980

* Tom Clay (Harry Shearer) – October 20, 1979
* Joan Face/Heavy Sarcasm (Jane Curtin) – October 20, 1979
* The Bel Airabs (Don Novello, Bill Murray, Jane Curtin, Gilda Radner, Laraine Newman) – December 8, 1979
* Big Vic Ricker (Harry Shearer) – January 26, 1980
* Iris De Flaminio (Jane Curtin) – April 5, 1980

1980-1981

* Vickie & Debbie (Gail Matthius, Denny Dillon) – November 15, 1980
* What's It All About (Gilbert Gottfried, Denny Dillon) – November 15, 1980
* Paulie Herman (Joe Piscopo) – December 6, 1980
* Mary Louise (Denny Dillon) – December 6, 1980
* The Livelys (Charles Rocket, Gail Matthius) – January 17, 1981
* Mister Robinson's Neighborhood (Eddie Murphy) – February 21, 1981
* I Married A Monkey (Tim Kazurinsky) - April 11 1981
* Frank & Papa (Tim Kazurinsky, Tony Rosato) – April 11, 1981

1981-1982

* Tyrone Green, Prose and Cons (Eddie Murphy) – October 3, 1981
* Buckwheat or Buh-weet (Eddie Murphy) – October 10, 1981
* Paulette Clooney (Robin Duke) – October 10, 1981
* Velvet Jones (Eddie Murphy) – October 17, 1981
* Vic Salukin (Tony Rosato) – October 31, 1981
* Pudge & Solomon (Joe Piscopo, Eddie Murphy) – January 30, 1982
* Dr. Jack Badofsky (Tim Kazurinsky) – March 20, 1982
* Gumby (Eddie Murphy) – March 27, 1982
* The Whiners (Joe Piscopo, Robin Duke) – April 10, 1982

1982-1983

* April May June (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) – September 25, 1982
* Mrs. T. (Robin Duke) – October 2, 1982
* Marvin & Celeste (Tim Kazurinsky, Mary Gross) – October 2, 1982
* Alfalfa (Mary Gross) – November 13, 1982
* Havnagootiim Vishnuuerheer (Tim Kazurinsky) – December 4, 1982
* Dion’s Hairstyling (Eddie Murphy) – December 11, 1982
* Siobhan Cahill (Mary Gross) – January 22, 1983
* Patti Lynn Hunnsacker (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) – February 5, 1983

1983-1984

* Dwight MacNamara (Gary Kroeger) – November 12, 1983
* Hello, Trudy! (Jim Belushi, Julia Louis-Dreyfus) – December 10, 1983
* El Dorko (Gary Kroeger) – January 28, 1984
* Worthington Clotman (Tim Kazurinsky) – January 28, 1984
* Wayne Huevos (Tim Kazurinsky) – February 18, 1984

1984-1985

* Ed Grimley (Martin Short) – October 6, 1984
* Lawrence Orback (Martin Short) – October 6, 1984
* Lew Goldman (Billy Crystal) – October 13, 1984
* Willie & Frankie (“Don’t ya hate it when…?”) (Billy Crystal, Christopher Guest) – October 20, 1984
* Buddy Young, Jr. (Billy Crystal) – October 20, 1984
* Fernando’s Hideaway (Billy Crystal) – November 3, 1984
* Seňor Cosa (Christopher Guest) – November 10, 1984
* Irving Cohen (Martin Short) – November 10, 1984
* Chi Chi & Consuela (Mary Gross, Julia Louis-Dreyfus) – November 10, 1984
* Nathan Thurm (Martin Short) – November 17, 1984
* Rajeev Vindaloo (Christopher Guest) – December 8, 1984
* Ricky & Phil (Billy Crystal, Christopher Guest) – January 19, 1985
* That White Guy (Jim Belushi) – February 2, 1985
* Robert Latta (Rich Hall) – February 9, 1985

1985-1986

* Cabrini Green Jackson (Danitra Vance) – November 9, 1985
* The Jones Brothers (Damon Wayans, Anthony Michael Hall) – November 9, 1985
* The Limits Of The Imagination (Randy Quaid) – November 9, 1985
* The Pat Stevens Show (Nora Dunn) – November 16, 1985
* Craig Sundberg, Idiot Savant (Anthony Michael Hall) – November 16, 1985
* Tommy Flanagan, The Pathological Liar (Jon Lovitz) – November 16, 1985
* Master Thespian (Jon Lovitz) – December 7, 1985
* The Rudy Randolphs (Randy Quaid, Robert Downey, Jr.) – December 7, 1985
* The Stand-Ups (Tom Hanks, Jon Lovitz, Damon Wayans, Dennis Miller) - December 14, 1985
* That Black Girl (Danitra Vance) – January 18, 1986
* Vinnie Barber (Jon Lovitz) – January 18, 1986
* Mephistopheles (Jon Lovitz) – January 25, 1986
* The Further Adventures of Biff and Salena (Jon Lovitz, Joan Cusack) – February 22, 1986
* Ashley Ashley (Nora Dunn) – March 22, 1986
* Jimmy Chance (Robert Downey, Jr.) – March 22, 1986
* Babette (Nora Dunn) – April 19, 1986

1986-1987

* Bill Franklin (Phil Hartman) – October 11, 1986
* Church Lady (Dana Carvey) – October 11, 1986
* Mr. Subliminal (Kevin Nealon) – October 11, 1986
* Derek Stevens (“She choppin’ broccoli…”) (Dana Carvey) – October 11, 1986
* The Sweeney Sisters (Jan Hooks, Nora Dunn, Marc Shaiman) – October 18, 1986
* Instant Coffee with Bill Smith (Kevin Nealon) – October 18, 1986
* Miss Connie’s Fable Nook (Jan Hooks, Dana Carvey, Dennis Miller, Kevin Nealon) – November 8, 1986
* Ching Chang's Pet Chicken Shop (Dana Carvey) – November 15, 1986
* The Two Sammies (Dana Carvey, Kevin Nealon) – November 8, 1986
* The Keisters (Phil Hartman, Jan Hooks, Victoria Jackson) – December 13, 1986
* Mace (Phil Hartman) – January 24, 1987
* President Dexter (Charlton Heston) – March 28, 1987

1987-1988

* Pumping Up with Hans & Franz (Dana Carvey, Kevin Nealon) – October 17, 1987
* Tonto, Tarzan & Frankenstein (Jon Lovitz, Kevin Nealon, Phil Hartman) – December 19, 1987
* Learning To Feel (Nora Dunn) – January 23, 1988
* Girl Watchers (Tom Hanks, Jon Lovitz) – February 20, 1988

1988-1989

* Mr. Short-Term Memory (Tom Hanks) – October 8, 1988
* Celebrity Restaurant (Dana Carvey) – December 3, 1988
* Tony Trailer (Kevin Nealon) – January 21, 1989
* Stuart Rankin, All Things Scottish (Mike Myers) – January 28, 1989
* A Grumpy Old Man (Dana Carvey) – February 11, 1989
* Wayne's World (Dana Carvey, Mike Myers) – February 18, 1989
* Eugene, the Anal Retentive Chef (Phil Hartman) – April 1, 1989
* Tales Of Ribaldry (Jon Lovitz) – April 1, 1989
* Sprockets, (Mike Myers) – April 15, 1989
* Lothar of the Hill People (Mike Myers, Phil Hartman, Jon Lovitz) – April 15, 1989
* Toonces, The Driving Cat (Dana Carvey, Victoria Jackson) – May 20, 1989

1989-1990

* Lank Thompson (Mike Myers) – October 21, 1989
* Lyle the Effeminate Heterosexual (Dana Carvey) – November 11, 1989
* Annoying Man (Jon Lovitz) – November 11, 1989
* Hanukkah Harry (Jon Lovitz) – December 16, 1989
* The Continental (Christopher Walken) – January 20, 1990

1990-1991

* Larry Roman the Talent Scout (Dana Carvey) – September 29, 1990
* Middle-Aged Man (Mike Myers, Chris Farley) – October 20, 1990
* Simon (Mike Myers) – November 10, 1990
* The Dark Side with Nat X (Chris Rock, Chris Farley) – November 10, 1990
* The Doormen (Rob Schneider, Kevin Nealon) – November 10, 1990
* Pat (Julia Sweeney) – December 1, 1990
* Uri (Sabra Sketches) (Tom Hanks) – December 8, 1990
* Hollywood Minute (David Spade) 199?
* Bill Swerski's Superfans (Joe Mantegna, George Wendt, Robert Smigel, Mike Myers, Chris Farley) – January 12, 1991
* I'm Chillin' (Chris Rock, Chris Farley) – January 12, 1991
* Deep Thoughts, (Jack Handey) – January 19, 1991
* The Elevator Fans (Dana Carvey, Kevin Nealon) – January 19, 1991
* The Richmeister (Copy Room Guy) (Rob Schneider) – January 19, 1991
* Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley (Al Franken) – February 9, 1991
* Frank Gannon, P.I. P.I. (Kevin Nealon) – April 13, 1991

1991-1992

* Tales From The Barbecue (Tim Meadows, Chris Rock) – September 28, 1991
* Zoraida the NBC Page (Ellen Cleghorne) – September 28, 1991
* Coffee Talk with Linda Richman (Mike Myers) – October 12, 1991
* Queen Shenequa (Ellen Cleghorne) – October 26, 1991
* Mark Strobel (Chris Farley) – November 2, 1991
* Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer (Phil Hartman) – November 23, 1991
* Dick Clark’s Receptionist (David Spade) – December 7, 1991
* Theatre Stories (Mike Myers, Julia Sweeney, Dana Carvey) – December 14, 1991
* Jan Brady (Melanie Hutsell) – January 11, 1992
* Delta Delta Delta (Melanie Hutsell, Siobhan Fallon, Beth Cahill) – January 11, 1992
* Cajun Man (Adam Sandler) – February 8, 1992
* The Sensitive Naked Man (Rob Schneider) – February 8, 1992
* Buster Jenkins (Chris Rock) – February 15, 1992
* Susan the Transsexual (Phil Hartman) – February 15, 1992
* Opera Man (Adam Sandler) – April 18, 1992

1992-1993

* Tiny Elvis (Nicolas Cage/Rob Schneider) – September 26, 1992
* Audience McGee (Adam Sandler) – October 24, 1992
* Hank Fielding (Robert Smigel) – November 14, 1992
* Tony Vallencourt (Adam Sandler) – December 12, 1992
* Orgasm Guy (Rob Schneider) – December 12, 1992
* Gap Girls (Adam Sandler, David Spade, Chris Farley) – January 9, 1993
* Sassy’s Sassiest Boys (Phil Hartman) – February 6, 1993
* Canteen Boy (Adam Sandler) – March 13, 1993
* Hub's Gyros ("You like-a the juice?") Rob Schneider, Robert Smigel, Chris Farley, Adam Sandler) – April 10, 1993
* Bennett Brauer (Chris Farley) – April 10, 1993
* Matt Foley, Motivational Speaker (Chris Farley) – May 8, 1993

1993-1994

* Office Space (a cartoon by Mike Judge) – September 25, 1993
* Out Of Africa ("You put your weed in there!") (Rob Schneider) – September 25, 1993
* The Denise Show (Adam Sandler) – October 2, 1993
* Karl's Video (David Spade) – October 9, 1993
* Phillip the Hyper Hypo (Mike Myers) – November 20, 1993
* The Herlihy Boy (Adam Sandler, Chris Farley) – December 4, 1993
* Stevie Siskin (David Spade) – February 19, 1994
* Total Bastard Airlines (David Spade) – March 19, 1994
* Captain Jim & Pedro (Tim Meadows, Adam Sandler) – April 9, 1994

1994-1995

* Good Morning Brooklyn (Jay Mohr) – November 12, 1994
* Scottish Soccer Hooligan Weekly (Mike Myers, Mark McKinney) – January 21, 1995
* Perspectives with Lionel Osbourne (Tim Meadows) – January 21, 1995
* Zagat’s (Chris Farley, Adam Sandler) – February 25, 1995
* Mighty Mack Blues (John Goodman) – March 25, 1995
* Melanie the Babysitter (Mark McKinney) – April 15, 1995

1995-1996

* Get Off The Shed! (Will Ferrell, David Koechner, Nancy Walls) – September 30, 1995
* Mickey The Dyke (Cheri Oteri) – September 30, 1995
* Rita DelVecchio (Cheri Oteri) – October 21, 1995
* Mary Katherine Gallagher (Molly Shannon) – October 28, 1995
* The Spartan Cheerleaders, (Will Ferrell, Cheri Oteri) – November 11, 1995
* Stan Hooper (Norm Macdonald) – November 11, 1995
* The British Fops (Mark McKinney, David Koechner) – November 11, 1995
* Joe Blow (Colin Quinn) – November 18, 1995
* Gary MacDonald (David Koechner) – December 2, 1995
* The Joe Pesci Show (Jim Breuer) - December 2, 1995
* G-Dog (Tim Meadows) – December 2, 1995
* Lenny The Lion (Colin Quinn) – December 9, 1995
* The Rocky Roads (Will Ferrell, Tim Meadows, David Alan Grier) – December 9, 1995
* Gerald "T-Bone" Tibbins (David Koechner) – January 13, 1996
* Bill Brasky Buddies (Will Ferrell, David Koechner, Mark McKinney, Tim Meadows) – January 20, 1996
* Kevin Franklin (Tim Meadows) – February 10, 1996
* Suel Forrester (Chris Kattan) – March 16, 1996
* The Roxbury Guys (Chris Kattan, Will Ferrell) – March 23, 1996
* Bobby Coldsman (Phil Hartman) – March 23, 1996
* Goat Boy (Jim Breuer) – May 11, 1996
* Rolf (Colin Quinn) – May 11, 1996

1996-1997

* The Ambiguously Gay Duo (a cartoon by Robert Smigel) – September 28, 1996
* Mr. Peepers (Chris Kattan) – September 28, 1996
* Kincaid (Ana Gasteyer) – September 28, 1996
* Gene, the Ex-Convict (Colin Quinn) – October 5, 1996
* The Quiet Storm (Tim Meadows) – October 19, 1996
* The Culp Family Musical Performances (Ana Gasteyer, Will Ferrell) – November 2, 1996
* Delicious Dish (Ana Gasteyer, Molly Shannon, Rachel Dratch, Alec Baldwin) – November 16, 1996
* Shopping At Home Network (Will Ferrell, Chris Kattan) – November 16, 1996
* Cinder Calhoun (Ana Gasteyer) – November 23, 1996
* Celebrity Jeopardy! (Will Ferrell, Darrell Hammond, Norm Macdonald, and various others) – December 7, 1996
* Janet Reno's Dance Party (Will Ferrell) – January 11, 1997
* X-Presidents (a cartoon by Robert Smigel) – January 11, 1997
* The Atteburys (Ana Gasteyer, Mark McKinney/Will Ferrell) – January 11, 1997
* Wong & Owens, Ex-Porn Stars (Jim Breuer, Tracy Morgan) – January 18, 1997
* The Zimmermans (Chris Kattan, Cheri Oteri) – February 15, 1997
* The DeMarco Brothers (Chris Parnell, Chris Kattan) – March 15, 1997
* Dominican Lou (Tracy Morgan) – March 22, 1997
* Goth Talk (Molly Shannon, Chris Kattan, Jim Breuer) – April 12, 1997
* Collette Reardon (Cheri Oteri) – May 10, 1997

1997-1998

* Leon Phelps, The Ladies Man (Tim Meadows) – October 4, 1997
* Issues with Jeffrey Kaufman (Jim Breuer) – October 18, 1997
* Mango (Chris Kattan) – October 18, 1997
* Morning Latte (Cheri Oteri, Will Ferrell) – October 25, 1997
* Southern Gals (Ana Gasteyer, Cheri Oteri, Molly Shannon) – November 15, 1997
* Tiger Beat’s Ultra Super Duper Dreamy Love Show (Ana Gasteyer, Cheri Oteri, Molly Shannon, Sarah Michelle Gellar) – January 15, 1998
* Gunner Olsen (Jim Breuer) – March 7, 1998
* The Céline Dion Show (Ana Gasteyer) – March 7, 1998
* Pretty Living (Molly Shannon, Ana Gasteyer) – March 14, 1998
* Terrence Maddox, Nude Model (Will Ferrell) – March 14, 1998

1998-1999

* Hello Dolly (Ana Gasteyer) – October 3, 1998
* The How Do You Say? Ah, Yes, Show (Chris Kattan, Jimmy Fallon) – October 17, 1998
* Nick Burns, Your Company's Computer Guy (Jimmy Fallon) – November 20, 1999
* Dog Show (Will Ferrell, Molly Shannon) – December 5, 1998
* Pimp Chat (Tracy Morgan, Tim Meadows) – December 5, 1998
* Skeeter (Darryl Hammond) – January 9, 1999
* Brian Fellow's Safari Planet, (Tracy Morgan) – January 16, 1999
* 7 Degrees Celsius (Will Ferrell, Chris Kattan, Chris Parnell, Jimmy Fallon, Horatio Sanz) – January 16, 1999
* Chet Harper (Ray Romano) – March 13, 1999

1999-2000

* The Boston Teens (Jimmy Fallon, Rachel Dratch, Horatio Sanz, Ben Affleck) – November 13, 1999
* Nadeen (Cheri Oteri) – November 13, 1999
* Jacob Silj (Will Ferrell) – December 4, 1999
* Sally O'Malley (Molly Shannon) – December 11, 1999
* Jasper Hahn (Horatio Sanz) – January 8, 2000
* Dr. Beamen (Will Ferrell) – January 15, 2000
* The Bloder Brothers (Chris Parnell, Jimmy Fallon) – February 12, 2000
* Woodrow the Bum (Tracy Morgan) – May 18, 2000

2000-2001

* Gemini's Twin (Maya Rudolph, Ana Gasteyer) – November 4, 2000
* Comedienne Jeannie Darcy (Molly Shannon) – November 18, 2000
* Rap Street (Jerry Minor, Horatio Sanz) – November 18, 2000
* Veronica & Co. (Molly Shannon, Chris Parnell) – December 9, 2000
* Jarret's Room (Jimmy Fallon, Horatio Sanz) – December 16, 2000
* Season’s Greetings From Saturday Night Live (Christmas is Number One) (Horatio Sanz, Jimmy Fallon, Chris Kattan, Tracy Morgan) – December 16, 2000
* Jeffrey’s (Jimmy Fallon, Will Ferrell) – February 17, 2001
* The Lovers (Will Ferrell, Rachel Dratch) – February 24, 2001
* Wake Up Wakefield! (Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch, Jimmy Fallon, Horatio Sanz) – March 17, 2001

2001-2002

* Donatella Versace (Maya Rudolph) – September 29, 2001
* Gay Hitler (Chris Kattan) – October 13, 2001
* Nicole, The Girl With No Gaydar (Rachel Dratch) – November 3, 2001
* America Undercover (Chris Kattan, Amy Poehler) – November 3, 2001
* Drunk Girl (Jeff Richards) – December 8, 2001
* Astronaut Jones (Tracy Morgan) – February 2, 2002
* The Leather Man (Jimmy Fallon) – February 2, 2002
* Amber, the One-Legged Hypoglycemic (Amy Poehler) – March 2, 2002
* The Ferey Muhtar Talk Show (Horatio Sanz) – March 16, 2002

2002-2003

* Fericito (Fred Armisen) – October 5, 2002
* Merv the Perv (Chris Parnell) – October 12, 2002
* Tim Calhoun (Will Forte) – October 19, 2002
* Top O' The Morning (Seth Meyers, Jimmy Fallon) – October 19, 2002
* Z105 with Joey Mack (Jimmy Fallon) – November 2, 2002
* Baby K (Jeff Richards) – November 2, 2002
* The Falconer (Will Forte) – November 9, 2002
* Glenda Goodwin (Maya Rudolph) – November 9, 2002
* Terrye Funck (Chris Parnell) – January 11, 2003
* Rialto Grande (Chris Kattan, Fred Armisen, and others) – January 18, 2003
* Club Traxx (Maya Rudolph, Fred Armisen) – February 8, 2003
* The Kelly Brothers (Fred Armisen, Will Forte) – February 8, 2003
* Pranksters (Seth Meyers) – February 22, 2003
* Don’s Apothecary (Horatio Sanz) – March 8, 2003
* Adult Students (Tracy Morgan, Fred Armisen, Rachel Dratch, Horatio Sanz) – March 15, 2003

2003-2004

* The Barry Gibb Talk Show (Jimmy Fallon, Justin Timberlake) - October 11, 2003
* Billy Smith (Fred Armisen) – October 18, 2003
* Starkishka & Appreciante (Finesse Mitchell, Maya Rudolph) – October 18, 2003
* Spy Glass (Amy Poehler, Seth Myers) – November 1, 2003
* Terrell and his wife (J. B. Smoove, Paula Pell) – November 1, 2003
* Dave “Zinger” Clinger (Seth Meyers) – November 15, 2003
* Abe Scheinwald (Rachel Dratch) – November 15, 2003
* Appalachian Emergency Room (Seth Meyers, Chris Parnell, and various others) – January 10, 2004
* Prince Show (Fred Armisen, Maya Rudolph) – February 14, 2004
* ¡Show Biz Grande Explosion! (Fred Armisen as Fericito (see 2002-2003), Horatio Sanz) - March 6, 2004
* Debbie Downer (Rachel Dratch) – May 1, 2004
* Kaitlin & Rick (Amy Poehler, Horatio Sanz) – May 1, 2004
* Jorge Rodriguez (Horatio Sanz) – May 1, 2004
* Pat ‘N Patti Silviac (Horatio Sanz, Maya Rudolph) – May 15, 2004

2004-2005

* Bear City - October 23, 2004
* Phoebe and her Giant Pets (Rachel Dratch, Fred Armisen) – November 13, 2004
* Noony and Nuni Schoener, Art Dealers (Fred Armisen, Maya Rudolph, Chris Parnell) – January 15, 2005
* The Lundford Twins Feel Good Variety Hour (Fred Armisen, Amy Poehler) – January 22, 2005
* Gays In Space (Fred Armisen, Chris Parnell, Maya Rudolph, Kenan Thompson) – February 12, 2005

2005-2006

* The Lovers (Alex and Jaylene) - May 14, 2005
* Carol! (Horatio Sanz) - October 29, 2005
* Vincent Price's Holiday Special (Bill Hader) - November 19, 2005
* Target Greatland (Kristen Wiig) - December 3, 2005
* Two A-Holes (Kristen Wiig, Jason Sudeikis) - December 17, 2005
* Voice Recording Date (Rachel Dratch) - October 8, 2005
* Deep House Dish (Kenan Thompson, Rachel Dratch, Andy Samberg) - November 19, 2005

2006-2007

* Bronx Beat (Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph) - January 13, 2007
* MacGruber (Will Forte) - January 20, 2007
* La Rivista Della Televisione (Bill Hader) - March 17, 2007


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