The Best of Eddie Murphy
In the early '80s, "Saturday Night Live" was coming back alive and the reason was Eddie Murphy. It's all here - Gumby, Buckwheat, Little Richard Simmons, and a dip in James Brown's Hot Tub. Pay a visit to Mr. Robinson's Neighborhood and see the best of Velvet Jones, Stevie Wonder, Solomon and Pudge, and more. Plus there's extra material, including outrageous outtakes and bloopers that have never been collected until now.
The Best of Adam Sandler
In the '90s it was time to redefine what it meant to be a "Saturday Night Live" star, and Adam Sandler did just that. You'll see Opera Man, Cajun Man, Canteen Boy, the Gap Girl, and many other completely original inventions that were always different and always funny. Also includes guests Alec Baldwin, David Duchovny, Courteney Cox, Shannen Doherty, Kirstie Alley, Michael Keaton and "SNL" regulars Chris Farley, David Spade and Rob Schneider.
The Best of Chris Rock
Chris Rock is one of the greatest comic minds of his generation, and it all started on "Saturday Night Live." Watch the best of The Dark Side with Nat X, I'm Chillin' and Def Jam - and maybe even learn how to Survive the Apollo. The Best of Chris Rock also features bonus material, including hilarious outtakes and scenes that were cut after dress rehearsal and never seen until now.
The Best of Tracy Morgan
Born and raised in New York City, Tracy Morgan epitomized the bold and defiant attitude essential to being an "SNL" star. Bringing a sense of fearlessness to the stage, Tracy was sure to make hilarious moments come alive each and every week... just as long as you bought him a soda. Now, finally, you can watch the best of Brian Fellow, Astronaut Jones, Dominican Lou, Woodrow, and many others. The Best of Tracy Morgan also features bonus material, along with outrageous outtakes and scenes that were cut after dress rehearsal and never seen again until now.