Plus: some Valentine's Day science (The largest and smallest penis bones belong to the unlikeliest mammals) and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
It always feels like it was the most recent one. Was it a Stefon year? Or something from the Church Lady or Spartan Cheerleader eras? Our exhaustive investigation examined 36 seasons and 7,798 sketches, and came up with a surprising answer.
Did Buckwheat make the cut? The Samurai? MacGruber? See who has the most popular ... or most beaten to death, depending on your perspective.
Plus: Larry King assumed the form of Craig Ferguson's sidekick, Geoff the Robot, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Molly Shannon talks nuns with Marc Maron, which you know you want to see.
She'll play a producer on Maya Rudolph's talk show.
It's the '40-Year-Old Virgin Nun.'
Who was better, NPH, Chenoweth, or Olivia Newton-John?
Shannon's character to take on the force known as Sue Sylvester.
Plus: Staten Island finally gets its own TV show.
Plus industry news on Kirsten Dunst, Selma Blair, and Blind Melon. Yes, Blind Melon. Yes, that Blind Melon.
Spike Lee will direct a re-mounting of World War II comedy-drama-mystery Stalag 17 on Broadway, produced by play's original producer, Michael Abbott. Lee has never directed for the stage and, according to the NYT, can't remember the last play he attended.