"Celebrity Jeopardy" (1996-2002; 2015)
Saturday Night Live's best recurring game show sketch has given us so many lasting gifts: Norm Macdonald's Burt Reynolds, Darrell Hammond's Sean Connery, Will Ferrell's exasperated and put-upon Alex Trebek, lots of double entendres, and, of course, the giant foam hat.
Trust co-hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler to give us one of the edgiest game show parodies we've seen in years. In this controversial sketch, unsuspecting men Kenan Thompson, Taran Killam, and Bobby Moynihan are introduced to their "second wives," who range from eighth-grader to unborn fetus. The sketch may be jarring to watch, but it's certainly not unrealistic. Right, Donald Trump?
Even if you're sick of this sketch after the third or fourth or 100th repeat, Kenan Thompson's feel-good energy never stops being contagious. We hope Jason Sudeikis's jumpsuit-wearing sidekick Vance is still out there dancing somewhere.
High school bullying has never been so fun! Rob Schneider, Ellen Cleghorne, Adam Sandler, and Mike Myers play the cool kids, while Emilio Estevez, David Spade, and Melanie Hutsell serve as their targets in this well-executed sketch.
Dana Carvey totally sells this clever premise about a psychic game show contestant, while Phil Hartman brings his traditional flair to the straight-man role.