Much like a driving test, a teen couple that wants to become sexually active has to pass a test with a tester in the bed with them, grading and commenting on their every move.The joke, if there was one, was on me. I hadn't watched SNL regularly since Emily Litella was a recurrent character, so I had no idea whether these ideas for skits would have made any sense for the show. I was surprised the day after I dropped off the package when I didn't hear back. I was disappointed the second day. By the third day, I was on to the next scheme.
Hollywood executives convene a pitch meeting for the Speed sequel, with ridiculous concepts, such as Sloth, in which the bus must stay under 10 mph.
Folks sit in a movie audience and their entertainment is not the film itself, but trying to guess who on the screen is gay.
Chris Farley is a Mary Kay salesman. (Hey, this was a long time ago.)
A couple eats lunch at a McDonald's set up like a high-end eatery; they ask the waiter questions like "How is the root beer today?"
A Schindler's List parody called Schneider's List, based on the character from the sitcom One Day at a Time
An ATM dispenses items other than money, such as taxis, advice, and photos with NBC celebrities
Folks watch absurdly interactive TV, where viewers can do wild things with a remote.
A bona-fide emergency happens on the set of ER and disasters ensue.
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