5 SNL Videos to Watch in the Fall

Fall is here! The days of colder wind and crisp leaves have arrived. Snuggly evenings with a hot beverage and warm socks are on the horizon. While you’re cozying up to the fire, enjoy a laugh with these fall-oriented Saturday Night Live sketches.


A Thanksgiving Miracle

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This video garnered 18 million views and praise from the singer featured in the video herself! In “A Thanksgiving Miracle,” a family divided comes together with the help of someone who always has the power to unite. If you haven’t seen it already, click immediately! If you have, click to remind yourself why you laughed so hard the first time.


Back Home Ballers

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The “Back Home Ballers” feature the women of SNL as college students returning to their homes for Thanksgiving break. The video is a music video, and, soon, you won’t be able to get the tune out of your head.


A Girl’s Halloween

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This video is hilarious; it tracks Vanessa, Aidy, and Cecily’s night out on Halloween. The juxtaposition and comedic timing is perfection. The video will give you side-splitting giggles!


Haunted Elevator (ft. David S. Pumpkins)

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Tom Hanks shines in the SNL sketch as David S. Pumpkins, a figure at a haunted ride. This sketch is goofy and just what you need to bring a little laughter into your October days. The skeletons’ dancing and the accompanying music is laughter-fit inducing.


Weekend Update: Garth and Kat Sing Halloween Songs

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Last, but not least, is the genius pair of comics Fred Armisen and Kristen Wiig, who are guests on Weekend Update as Garth and Kat. They play a singing team who may or may not (probably not) rehearse their songs. Luckily, the sketch is recurring, so if you enjoy the Halloween version, you’ll definitely enjoy the others, like Mother’s Day or Christmas!


Hope you enjoy all five of these hilarious SNL sketches and that they make you enjoy the fall season even more. These will definitely stick with you for the autumns to come.