‘SNL': The 15 Best Sketches From Season 45 (Photos)

Tim Baysinger

The 45th season of “Saturday Night Live” was a landmark achievement in more ways than one. Not only did the long-running sketch series welcome former cast member Will Ferrell into the five-timers club, see the long-awaited return of Eddie Murphy to Studio 8H, but the show had to contend with the coronavirus pandemic that forced the cast out of 30 Rock and into their homes. But luckily for us, that didn’t stop the show from producing new episodes. Here’s the top ones, in no particular order, from this season.

Mr Robinson’s Neighborhood 2019: Eddie Murphy hosted for the first time since the mid-1980s and he brought back all of his classic characters for the party. Among them was Mr. Robinson, who showed up to teach boys and girls about the blight of gentrification. “I was gone for a bit but now I’m alright. My neighbors were all black but now they white.” We missed you, Eddie.

Mr Robinson’s Neighborhood 2019:  Eddie Murphy hosted for the first time since the mid-1980s and he brought back all of his classic characters for the party. Among them was Mr. Robinson, who showed up to teach boys and girls about the blight of gentrification. “I was gone for a bit but now I’m alright. My neighbors were all black but now they white.” We missed you, Eddie. Watch it here.

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Impeachment Fantasy Cold Open: One of many cold opens featuring Alec Baldwin’s Trump, this one that takes us all back to the better days: When the president was being impeached. This imagines the trial most people wished had happened. Watch it here.

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