Everybody remembers Chris Farley, the big loveably guy from Saturday Night Live. Before he was the Beverly Hills Ninja, or Tommy Boy, or even before he was in Black Sheep or Almost Heroes, Chris was on Saturday Night Live and played characters like Matt Foley the energized motivational speaker, Bennet Brauer the gross-out news correspondent, Chippendales' dancer, and many more!
Dylan Self <email@example.com>
5 April 2000 (USA)
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Saturday Night Live: The Best of Chris Farley
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According to the Katakana at the beginning of the skit, the name of the Japanese game show that Farley's character Larry Templeton appears on is "Quiz Kings". See more
We're just afraid that pot could lead to other things.
Crack, ice, boom, pow. But we're your parents. Who wants to hear this stuff from their parents?
So we've gotten a motivational speaker.
His name is Matt Foley and he's been down in the basement drinking coffee for the last four hours.
On the Comedy Central Version, the music in the Schmitt's Gay commercial which was originally Van Halen's 'Beautiful Girls' has been replaced with a generic compilation of guitar riffs. Also, the conclusion of the Chippendale's skit with Patrick Swayze used to include the theme from 'Dirty Dancing' (I've had the time of my life), but has also been changed to a generic melody. See more
Working for the Weekend
Written by Paul Dean
, Matt Frenette
(as Matthew Frenette), and Mike Reno
(as Michael Reno)
Performed by Loverboy
[Plays in the Chippendale's sketch.] See more