Saturday Night Live's glory days were dominated by food-related content. I'm talking Schweddy Balls, cheezborgers, no Coke (Pepsi!), Sloppy Joes served up by suspicious-looking lunch ladies. This was the stuff of our TV-obsessed youth, the dinner table jokes everyone's mom had it up TO HERE with.
Relive SNL's culinary greatness with these 25 mouthwateringly hilarious sketches.
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In this unforgettable NPR spoof, our esteemed "Delicious Dish" hosts feature a very special new Schweddy product just in time for the holidays: balls. And when you're 13 years old, there is literally nothing funnier than two middle-aged ladies saying the word "balls" (um, also when you're 30).
Anybody remember that "Time to make the donuts" Dunkin' Donuts ad? Probably not, you silly millennial. Regardless, Jon Lovitz still slays as the soon-to-retire commercial star, set on getting his before getting out of the biz.
Sometimes there are just too many flavors to choose from, you know? Especially when you're Jason Segel playing a whacked-out Andre the Giant, for some reason. I mean, I feel this. I'm also feeling this adorable tiny cone.
This is it, the food skit to end all food skits: the Olympia Restaurant. Steve Murray et al. bring the house down with their impersonations of Chicago's disgruntled Billy Goat Tavern staff and it's never not funny. Annoying uncles the world over, you're welcome.
Handsome human Jon Hamm would like to tell you about an innovative new problem solver, John Ham -- slices of ham meant to be eaten on the toilet. Don't forget the mustard soap!
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Meredith Heil is a staff writer for Thrillist. Sticking to the script though she's improvising a bit, same as her OG's but she puts the Jets in the mix -- classic like Eddie Murphy's SNL skits. Send funny GIFs to @mereditto.