Party on, you.
Live from New York, it's your comedy soulmate.
The SNL and Wayne's World star had a major medical emergency in 1998, but this peculiar story goes back over two decades.
Party on, dudes.
When it came to sketch comedy shows in the ‘90s, SNL, The Kids in the Hall, MADtv and In Living Color ruled the airwaves, but there were also a few other shows that helped launch some very famous careers.
Acquiring the most available free agent in cable news could put a serious exclamation mark on MSNBC's recent hiring spree.
I've waited my whole life to see this.
Must watch of the day: all the SNL ex-presidents (Ferrell, Carrey, Akroyd, Chevy, Hammond, and Carvey) visit Obama with some banking advice.
After a bunch of dummies in Maine (Buzzfeed superfan Joy Engel notwithstanding) voted against gay marriage yesterday, this clip from The Dana Carvey Show (featuring Carvey and Stephen Colbert) has been gaining popularity.