Saturday Night Live Goes Commercial (1991)

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Saturday Night Live's best "commercials".


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SNL alumni Jackson and Nealon host this compilation of the best commercial parodies from the first 16 years of the "Saturday Night Live" American TV series. Written by yortsnave

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Aside from Kevin Nealon's unfunny prattling as narrator, this is a great and must-see video
16 June 2007 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

I love this video, as it shows dozens of the funniest commercial parodies from SNL, though I could remember a few that were not included (such as Meatway Raceway). And as a result of all these great ads, the show is nearly perfect, though I have no idea why the producers insisted on including a rather annoying narration and new content featuring Kevin Nealon instead of just giving us a few more parodies. His intermittent bits just aren't funny and tend to disrupt the flow of the show. My advice is just try to look beyond this and ignore or fast-forward through these segments. Highlights, for me, on this show were "Happy Fun Ball" and "Finger Off", though there were some other classics that were nearly as funny (such as "Mel's Char Palace"). See it and have a good laugh.

By the way, if you like this, another funny compilation episode was created in 2005 and features mostly newer ads.

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