Saturday Night Live Hosts You’ll Never Forget

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Saturday Night Live has been around for a long time and there’s a new host every week. Some of them do such an epic job that they are talked about for years to come. These are the best, according to CBS News.
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Steve Martin

Not only is Steve Martin hiliarious during his monologue, but he also goes on to do “King Tut” during one of his 15 appearances, a skit that will never be forgotten.
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Christopher Walken

He’s Walken, Christopher Walken. He’s also the man behind the famous “more cowbell” skit that everyone knows and loves.
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Justin Timberlake

This musician is a surpisingly funny man. In fact, he’s won an Emmy for his funny antics on the big screen.
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Betty White

Betty is one of the funniest celebrities around and her appearance on Saturday Night Live is epic. Her Mother’s Day special will long be one of the best shows in history.
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Jerry Seinfeld

One of the greats when it comes to comedy, Seinfeld has created tons of laughs on SNL.
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Jim Carrey

Carrey is no stranger to improv comedy, but his Jacuzzi Lifeguard and Roxbury Club skits are some of the best in SNL history.
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John Goodman

His performance as Linda Tripp during the Monica Lewinsky ordeal will keep Goodman on the list of best Saturday Night Live hosts ever.
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Alec Baldwin

Baldwin has been on SNL several times, but he’s one of the best because of his imitation of Tony Bennett and his skit involving “schwetty balls.”
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Tom Hanks

Tom Hanks isn’t the first actor you’d think of when it comes to comedy, but his Mr. Short Term Memory and Celebrity Jeopardy skits are among the best in SNL history.
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Candice Bergen

Perhaps best known for her show, “Murphy Brown,” Bergen is one of the SNL bests due to being the first female host of the show in 1975.
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