On Saturday Night Live, Enid Strict (Dana Carvey), better known as The Church Lady, hosted the talk show Church Chat where she would interview celebrities. And by interviews, I mean she would chastise them for their sins and admonish them for following the desires of their naughty parts. If you’re going to dress up as The Church Lady, make sure you have her catchphrases, like “Could it be… SATAN?” down pat as well as the moves for the “Superior Dance”.
On Saturday Night Live, Hans and Franz (Dana Carvey and Kevin Nealon) are a pair of Austrian bodybuilders who flex their muscles for skinny “girlie men” and teach how to “pump you up”. Any resemblance to Arnold Schwarzenegger is strictly coincidental.
On Saturday Night Live, Shia LaBeouf plays a fanciful magician. His most famous act is taking your age and subtracting 2. Add 2 again, and you get your real age. Magic!
Kenneth the Page, full name Andromakennethamblesorten Ellen Parcell, is an NBC page on 30 Rock. Portrayed by Jack McBrayer, he is perpetually cheerful, extremely naive, unflinchingly loyal to the network, and possibly immortal.
On 30 Rock, Frank Rossitano is a writer for NBC’s TGS show. He’s sarcastic and childish, and all of it comes through in the catchphrases he wears on his hats and shirts.
Ex-con Jake “Joliet” Blues (John Belushi) and his brother Elwood (Dan Aykroyd) are the Blues Brothers, a band on a mission from God to save a Catholic orphanage. In their quest, they must face the police, neo-Nazis, and worst of all, a country and western band.
Ace and Gary are the Ambiguously Gay Duo! Every night, they get stuck in tight situations together while crossing swords with supervillain Bighead. What’s everybody looking at?