Last updated October 22, 2020
Funnyman Rowan Atkinson stars as the incorrigible Mr. Bean, a mischievous yet clueless clown dubbed "the most embarrassing man on the planet," in this anthology that includes all 14 hilarious episodes of the sketch television series.
Details about Mr. Bean: The Whole Bean
Funnyman Rowan Atkinson stars as the incorrigible Mr. Bean, a mischievous yet clueless clown dubbed "the most embarrassing man on the planet," in this anthology that includes the entire sketch comedy series.
Details about Mr. Bean: The Whole Bean
Relive many of the more hilarious and unforgettable moments of Chris Farley's tragically brief career with this uproarious collection of the incomparable comedian's most popular "Saturday Night Live" sketches.
Details about Saturday Night Live: The Best of Chris Farley
Entering its 35th season, "Saturday Night Live" proves it can still skewer, lampoon and lambaste with the best of them, with its talented troupe of players and such A-list celebrity hosts as Drew Barrymore, Alec Baldwin, James Franco and Megan Fox. Highlights from this collection of sketches pulled from each of the season's episodes include "Closet Organizer," "The Manuel Ortiz Show," "Scared Straight" and "What Up with That?"
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 35
The 30th season of this long-running sketch-comedy series serves up a delightful dose of political satire with parodies of the 2004 presidential election contest between then-President George W. Bush and challenger John Kerry. This year, the revolving cast includes Fred Armisen, Will Forte, Rachel Dratch and Amy Poehler, who joins head writer Tina Fey at the "Weekend Update" desk. Guest hosts include Robert De Niro, Queen Latifah and Jude Law.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 30
Get your weekly dose of funny with these episodes from the live comedy show's 29th season, which finds Tina Fey, Will Forte, Amy Poehler and the rest of the cast lampooning Harry Potter, politics, reality television and more. Other highlights include installments of Robert Smigel's recurring "TV Funhouse" cartoons. Elijah Wood, Jennifer Aniston, Justin Timberlake and Snoop Dogg are among this year's guest hosts.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 29
With an election year looming, the venerable late-night sketch comedy series takes plenty of jabs at the political scene, even including a pair of party heavyweights -- John McCain and Al Gore -- as hosts. Audience favorite Christopher Walken, Bernie Mack and "SNL" alum Dan Aykroyd are among the other celebrity hosts to join a regular cast of players that includes Tina Fey, Jimmy Fallon and Tracy Morgan (in his final season).
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 28
It's another year of zany sketches and belly laughs. The 34th season of "Saturday Night Live" kicks off with Olympic swimming gold medalist Michael Phelps as host and Tina Fey appearing as Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin. Guest hosts include former "SNL" cast members Steve Martin, Tracy Morgan and Will Ferrell, pop star Justin Timberlake (who does another pretaped digital short with Andy Samberg) and actress Anne Hathaway.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 34
In the 27th season of America's favorite late-night comedy sketch show, talented newcomers Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers join an already strong cast that includes Will Ferrell, Tina Fey, Jimmy Fallon and Maya Rudolph. Highlights this year -- broadcast in the grim aftermath of Sept. 11 -- include Ferrell's over-the-top funny "Patriotic Shorts" skit. Reese Witherspoon, Ian McKellen, Drew Barrymore and Derek Jeter are among the guest hosts.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 27
It's nonstop laughs in this 33rd season of "SNL," which kicks off with NBA hoopster LeBron James as host and closes in May 2008 with host Steve Carell of "The Office." Other guests include Seth Rogen, former "SNL" cast member Tina Fey, Ellen Page, Ashton Kutcher, Jonah Hill and the ever-present Christopher Walken. A notably shorter season, "SNL" aired only 12 episodes due to the Writers Guild of America strike.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 33
In its 26th season, this enduring variety show has a comedic field day parodying the 2000 presidential campaigns of George W. Bush and Al Gore -- not to mention the election itself and its controversial aftermath. Also this year, head writer Tina Fey gets in front of the camera and joins Jimmy Fallon at the "Weekend Update" desk, while guest hosts include Rob Lowe, Pierce Brosnan, Katie Holmes and Charlize Theron.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 26
The 32nd season of "Saturday Night Live" features more hilarity and originality with guest hosts like pop star Justin Timberlake, who raps in a pretaped digital short with "SNL" cast member Andy Samberg about the perfect holiday gift. Other hosts include "Entourage" star Jeremy Piven, footballer Peyton Manning, and former cast member Molly Shannon, who stars in a sketch where she auditions to be a stripper at "The Soprano's" Bada Bing.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 32
Finesse Mitchell, Kenan Thompson, Bill Hader and Andy Samberg, who debuts his "Lazy Sunday" rap sketch with Chris Parnell, join the cast of "SNL" for its 31st season. Guest hosts include funnyman Dane Cook and cyclist Lance Armstrong. Other notables are Tom Hanks, Jason Lee and Natalie Portman, who raps about her life (the pretaped skit became an Internet sensation) alongside "SNL" cast members Samberg, Parnell and Seth Meyers.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 31
Watch the likes of Tracy Morgan, Will Ferrell and Darrell Hammond in sketches and skits that are more modern and fresh as "SNL" sees a new millennium. Meanwhile, Jimmy Fallon and head writer Tina Fey anchor "Weekend Update."
Details about Saturday Night Live: The 2000s
From "Delta Delta Delta" to "Matt Foley, Motivational Speaker," watch the zaniest skits and parodies from one of "SNL's" best decades, which brought out the comedic talents of Adam Sandler, Chris Farley, Phil Hartman, Melanie Hutsell and Chris Rock.
Details about Saturday Night Live: The 1990s
Phil Hartman, Mike Myers, Julia Sweeney and Chris Farley bring the big-time funny in the show's outstanding 18th season, which also features the popular recurring sketches "Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley" and "Deep Thoughts with Jack Handey." Guest hosts this year -- which sees the departure of cast members Dana Carvey and Chris Rock -- include Tim Robbins, Glenn Close, Christopher Walken and Kirstie Alley.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 18
Will Ferrell, Tracy Morgan, Molly Shannon and Norm MacDonald are all part of the talented principal cast for another irreverent, provocative season of "SNL's" trademark sketch comedy and satire -- more than two decades after the program's 1975 debut. The roster of guest hosts includes Rudy Giuliani, Samuel L. Jackson and Sarah Michelle Gellar, while Jack Nicholson makes a cameo appearance. The shows exclude some musical acts and sketches.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 23
Will Ferrell and Cheri Oteri head a strong cast in the 22nd year of the show that's famously "Live, from New York!" Along with parodies of politics and current events, this season features recurring animated bits such as "The Ambiguously Gay Duo." Tom Hanks, Lisa Kudrow, John Goodman and series alumni Phil Hartman, Chris Rock and Dana Carvey serve as hosts, and newcomers Ana Gasteyer and Tracy Morgan join the cast.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 22
Basketball legend Michael Jordan kicks off the 17th season of the venerable late-night sketch comedy show, joining a roster of A-list guest hosts, including Jerry Seinfeld, Tom Hanks, Kiefer Sutherland and Sharon Stone. The collection omits musical guests and some sketches, but expect plenty of high jinks from metalheads Wayne and Garth, gender-bending Pat and the shrill sorority sisters of Delta Delta Delta.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 17
Stars Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald, Mark McKinney and Scott Thompson continue to shatter taboos in the fourth season of this acclaimed sketch-comedy series that earned a loyal following among the cable crowd. The comic quintet brings on the laughs with skits about the Queen of England, weather forecasters, and the exploits of wacky trademark characters like the Chicken Lady and the Inexperienced Cannibal.
Details about The Kids in the Hall: Season 4
Mainstream comedy gets a bizarre twist courtesy of cutups Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald, Mark McKinney and Scott Thompson in the sophomore season of this brilliant sketch show. Strange signature characters such as the Chicken Lady, Cabbage Head and Mr. Heavyfoot all make appearances as the kids take aim at everything from corporate culture to the drug scene, sexism and suburban angst.
Details about The Kids in the Hall: Season 2
Trouping into the 1990s with a wealth of new faces in the cast -- including Rob Schneider, David Spade, Chris Farley and Chris Rock -- "SNL" delivers its patented blend of outlandish sketch comedy and fearless satire of politicians and celebrities. Guest hosts for Season 16 include George Steinbrenner, Roseanne Barr, Kevin Bacon and Sting, while Julia Sweeney also signs on as a series regular. The episodes are edited to exclude musical guests.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 16
Narrated by "SNL" alum Will Ferrell, this collection of memorable ad spots includes the classics "Trump's House of Wings," "Bassomatic," "Taco Town," "Happy Fun Ball," "Schmitt's Gay," "Little Chocolate Donuts," "Colon Blow" and "Love Toilet."
Details about Saturday Night Live: The Best of Commercial Parodies
Featuring a roster of Oscar winners and pop icons as guest hosts, America's premier sketch-comedy show returns for more late-night fun. This season's cast includes Fred Armisen, Vanessa Bayer, Bill Hader, Jason Sudeikis and Cecily Strong.
Details about Saturday Night Live: Season 38
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