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The Bad Boys of Saturday Night Live (1998)

Adam Sandler, David Spade, Chris Rock, Rob Schneider and Chris Farley put together this hilarious Saturday Night Live sketch celebration! With each one of their memorable characters: ... See full summary »

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Adam Sandler, David Spade, Chris Rock, Rob Schneider and Chris Farley put together this hilarious Saturday Night Live sketch celebration! With each one of their memorable characters: Sandler's Opera Man, Spade's sarcastic news commenator, Rock's Nat X, Schneider's Richard the Copy Guy, and Farley's host of the Chris Farley Show. Written by Dylan Self <RobocopTNG986127@aol.com>

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First broadcast at 21.00 hours on 26 September 1998, leading into the 24th season premiere of Saturday Night Live (1975) See more »

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Nat X: I'm talkin' about The Man that says if a bride wears a white wedding dress, she looks like a virgin, but if a bride wears a black wedding dress, she looks like a hooker. I'm talking about the same Man that owns a company called Black & Decker. Now I don't know what's wrong with that, I'm just mad that they used the word 'black' without my permission.
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Edited from Saturday Night Live: Chris Rock/The Wallflowers (1996) See more »

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Boys Will Definitely B Boys!!:)
23 February 2001 | by (Jersey shore, USA) – See all my reviews

Whatcha gonna do? On any profitable TV show, there is always a bad boy. Try having five in one show. Try having all of them at the same time on one show. That's what "The Bad Boys of SNL" is.

Farley, Spade, Schneider, Sandler, and Rock were familiar names on the Variety show front on Saturday Night Live during the early 90s. Many of their antics were acclaimed by young audience members, and this special highlights all of there spohomoric stunts.

Originally aired as an NBC Primetime Special in September 1998 as a lead-in for the 24th season premire, this special was one of the highest-rated specials for Saturday Night Live.

Highlights are plentiful, and the laughs are excellent. Scattered throughout the show are "Weekend Update" commentaries for each actor, as well as some of their best characters and one-time sketches. One of my personal favorite segments was Chris Rock's "Weekend Update" commentaries about Snoopy, the first Day of School, Martin Luther King Jr., and everything else that made him mad. Rob Schneider is shown at his finest as the Richmeister, Chris Farley doing the portly motivational speaker Matt Foley, Adam Sandler's controversial "Canteen Boy," and David Spade's Hollywood Minute and tatoo parlor visit are just some of the other great moments highlighted on this special.

This was a fabulous special put together by the crack staff at "Saturday Night Live." No details are missed, no one is spared, and nothing bad is included. check out this great special! See why they're so bad.


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