Sully, a Bostonian teen opposite Rachel Dratch’s
Nick Burns, the condescending “Your Company’s Computer
Jarrett, the online campus talk show host of “Jarrett’s
Wayne Bloater, the never-lucky-in-love (opposite his
brother Kip, played by Chris Parnell);
Too-cool clerk at Jeffrey’s, the ultra-high fashion
Celebrity impressions of Adam Sandler, Jerry Seinfeld,
Chris Rock, Carson Daly, Alanis Morissette, Eminem, Dave Matthews,
Counting Crows, Tom Cruise and Mick Jagger (which he performed
with Jagger himself in December 2001).
Farley, Chris: SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE
Matt Foley, a motivational speaker who lives "in a van
down by the river" on SNL;
Cindy, employee in a Gap clothing
Tod O'Connor in Bill Swerski's Super Fans;
B Fats, the cohost of 'I'm Chillin' with host, On-Ski (Chris rock);
Il Cantore and La Cantoria;
Sandman, in the "Darkside of Nat X"
Chippendale dancer, a bubbly overweight one
impressions of Tom Arnold, Andrew Giuliani, the mayor's precocious
son; Carnie Phillips; Mamma Cass, Meatloaf, General Schwarzkopf,
and Jack Germond in The McLaughlin Group skits.
Ferguson, Craig: LATE LATE SHOW (with Craig Ferguson)
Creepy Elevator Operator who asks sexually oriented
questions to the passengers in his elevator.
Barney Slash, a celebrity gossip host
Dirk Weems, former British sports star
Aquaman, an aquatic superhero
Celebrity Impressions of Prince Charles, Sean Connery,
Michael Caine, Larry King, Mick Jagger, Dr. Phil, Simon Cowell, J.K. Rowling
and Angela Lansbury (Jessica Fletcher)
Ferrell, Will: SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE
Doug Butabi & Steve his brother (Chris Kattan), a.k.a. the
"Roxbury Guys," two club-hopping, head-banging wannabe swingers
who are unsuccessful at picking up women (they dance to the song
"What is Love" by Haddaway)
Craig Buchanan, cheerleader for the Spartan Spirit
Squad at East Lake High School
Marty Culp, middle school music teacher
Celebrity impressions of Ted Turner,
Janet Reno, the Unabomber, Saddam Hussein, Harry Caray and
President Bush (the younger one).
Fey, Tina: SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE
Co-anchor of SNL’s “Weekend Update,” segment with co-anchor Jimmy
Flaherty, Joe: SCTV
a gushy, over-complimentary SCTV talk show host;
Guy Cabalero, a
conniving wheelchair-bound owner of SCTV;
Count Floyd, a goofy
vampire host of "Monster Horror, Chiller Theatre ("Ew...Scary
Vic Arpeggio, a mustachioed, trench coat wearing 1950s
musician turned private eye who was assisted by an unseen (except
for legs) secretary named Viola;
Celebrity impressions of Bing Crosby.
Foster, Phil: CAESAR PRESENTS
Pharmacist", a comedy sketch about an overworked and underpaid
pharmacist with domestic and work problems.
Foxx, Jamie: IN LIVING COLOR
the Ugly Woman, an aggressive and very unattractive black woman
desperate for romantic encounters ("I'm gonna rock your world!").
Franken, Al: SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE
Stuart Smalley, a caring nurturer, perfectionist and
author of Daily Affirmations ("I'm good enough, I'm smart enough,
and doggone it, people like me.");
One-Man Mobile Uplink Unit reporter;
Franken & Davis;
The Al Franken Decade;
Celebrity impressions of Pat Robertson, Senator Paul
Simon, Paul Tsongas and Henry Kissinger.