Which Saturday Night Live cast was the best?
It's an argument that has raged for decades about decades. Which mainstay Saturday Night Live cast stood above its peers?
well the orginal was good. But that one year (don't remember sometime in the 80's)? When they had Billy Crystal and Christopher Quest was very good...but it only lasted one year
The one from the early nineties which featured Sandler, Farley, and a lot great secondary cast members simultaneously. If I'm not mistaken, Will Ferrell probably started while at least one of them was still active.
Phil Hartman was in that group. That was my personal favorite as well. So much talent it almost went an entire night without a lull in skits.
I have to agree with the early 90's, but I think every group has some great stars.
Mid eighties to early nineties, I think. The one that included Dana Carvey, Kevin Nealon, Dennis Miller, Victoria Jackson, Phil Hartmann, Nora Dunn...always my very favorite!
That was the group that really saved the show. Up to that point it had that Brat Pack feel where only Jon Lovitz was considered salvageable. Highly underrated crew.
Agreed. I always felt, too, that they were the most 'naturally' funny group. It never seemed that they were 'working' to grab a laugh, you know?
True. What made them so unique was at times they were so good they made each other laugh.
I'm an old fart so count me in with a vote for Chevy, Dan, John, Laraine, Jane and Garret...
I discovered SNL in about 1974 or 75. Chevy Chase, John Belusi, Gilda Radner, Jane Curtain, and several others. It was outrageous for the time but so funny. I never cared for it as much after they were all gone.
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