Tag Archives: Mike Myers

SNL Classics: Lothar of the Hill People

Let us give thanks for the SNL sketch that introduced the kid-friendly euphemism of “walking with a woman”: I am able to walk, but I do not walk very well Lately I have taken many short walks…by myself. Help them … Continue reading

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SNL Classic: Middle-Aged Man

Yet another Mike Myers classic. There’s just something wonderful about the opening sequence, with the old man shoes, the shuffle/run down the street, the hunch, and the slowing down to catch his breath. Without saying a word in that opening, … Continue reading

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SNL Classics: Irish Drinking Songs

In honor of St. Patty’s day, a classic SNL sketch. They don’t really seem to do these song collections anymore, which is a shame. Not sure which is my favorite; it’s a tie between “Drunken Irish Jew” and “The Incoherent … Continue reading

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SNL Classic: All Things Scottish

Who doesn’t love So I Married an Ax Murderer?  It represents some of the best of Mike Myers before he became the sort of person who would do The Love Guru. One of the best things about Ax Murderer was Myers as Stuart … Continue reading

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