Halloween in Dallas
Halloween in Dallas
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SNL Holidays Skits
Ross Perot criticizes children's costume choices.
St. Joseph's Christmas Mass Spectacular features Pastor Pat (Bobby Moynihan), organist Linda Tayhoe (Kate McKinnon) and all 44 verses of "O Come All Ye Faithful."
Isaac (Martin Freeman) just wants to play saxophone but the audience would rather he explain what's going on in his personal life.
A quirky businessman tries to sell traps to catch Santa Claus.
Honesty is the best policy ... to a point. Some truths are better left unsaid, as this 1994 "Saturday Night Live”sketch with Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger makes clear. The two have long since divorced, but back when this was filmed, they were newlyweds. In the opener, the stars announce that the upcoming Valentine's Day will be their first as a married couple. They go on to satirize their relationship by ripping each other apart, sort of. "I love you so much, I don't want to keep anything from you," Basinger tells her husband before dropping a zinger. "I have no respect for you as an actor." Baldwin's not bitter. He insists that her honesty "makes me love you more than ever." The actor, for his part, has something to ask his wife, but "I'm afraid you'll hate me." Basinger insists, "Nothing you could say could make me hate you." How about this: "How do you pronounce your last name?" Um, Happy Valentine's Day? The cute couple from the 1990s divorced in 2002 and engaged in a bitter custody battle over their daughter, Ireland. Baldwin has since remarried, and he and Basinger seem to have called a truce. The "30 Rock" star recently told Access Hollywood that his ex is "one of the most beautiful women that ever lived." OK, that truth was definitely worth saying. — Claudine Zap (@zapkidd)
Justin Bieber tries to send a romantic Valentine's Day message to that special someone, but various kinks keep it from being ultra sexy.