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Ray Lewis SNL

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was he just trying to be over-dramatic and act like he is some sort of deep soul searching preacha man? Ray Lewis' life is already one big act

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Old people dont like the new SNL 90's till current.

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its still on?

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People say this just out of a tendency to think "___ isn't as good as it used to be," but the early seasons are truly some of the worst. It's all about catchphrases instead of jokes.

The most consistently funny era was late 90s. Will Ferrel, Tracy Morgan, Darrel Hammond, et al.

No chance.

Chevy Chase, Belushi, Ackroyd, Radner.

Not even close.

Dennis Miller was the bomb however.

Only thing Will Ferrell has ever done funny in his life was Wedding Crashers.

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I actually thought the Ferrell, Kattan, MacDonald, Spade, and Meadows was the best SNL cast.

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I lol'd at the "I'll go to the 50 yard line... Kneel down and ascend into Heaven"

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Don't care for anything "Ray L" but I like this. The ditch, snake and winning was funny.

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SNL hasn't been consistently funny since the original cast left.

They have occasional flashes, but the show is a shell of what it once was.

Says old dudes that think a samuari sword to a watermelon is hilarious.

Its been funny n id argure that mid to late 80s snl is the golden years.. Phil hartman, Dana Carvey, Mike Myers.. N gang

Its funny now but I watch it so maybe thats the difference..its better than watching Judge Joe Brown or sleeping at 11:30 saturdays.

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People say this just out of a tendency to think "___ isn't as good as it used to be," but the early seasons are truly some of the worst. It's all about catchphrases instead of jokes.

The most consistently funny era was late 90s. Will Ferrel, Tracy Morgan, Darrel Hammond, et al.

late 90s and early 2000s when Tina Fey was writing and doing Weekend update were awesome for me.

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Nothing beats Murphy's 2 season. With Farley, Rock, Sandler, Slade And Senider were a close 2nd.

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