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This edition of Saturday Night Live represents the most versatile actor and stand-up comedian ever! Dana always played crazy characters from Church Lady, Ross Perot, George Bush, Garth Algar, Grumpy Old Man, the gross Massive Head-Wound Harry, John McLaughlin, to Johnny Carson and Charles Grodin. Written by
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If this is the best Dana Carvey did on Saturday Night Live, I am no longer a Dana Carvey fan! I have obviously imagined several hilarious sketches, that are far better than what is on this video.
This is a broad presentation of Dana Carvey's characters on SNL - not a select collection the best!
How in the world could they ever think of cutting the most of "Fantasy Dinner Date with Hans & Franz" out? This has obviously been edited with someone with no knowledge of Dana Carvey's work and absolutely no sense of humor!
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