Skip to comments.VIDEO: Phil Hartman plays Bill Clinton visiting McDonalds
Posted on 09/24/2008 5:56:48 PM PDT by InvisibleChurch
VIDEO: Phil Hartman plays Bill Clinton visiting McDonalds
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Always liked that SNL skit..LOL Phil Hartman did a wonderfull clinton imitation! (RIP)
I miss Phil... I have always thought he was the funniest on SNL... think he is highly underrated, especially considering since up until Darrell Hammond had the record for the longest performer on the show
too bad you can’t watch these older episodes anymore now that E! has the re-run rights instead of Comedy Central
that’s a bad link — I went there twice and it locked up “not responding” both times (and yes my computer is fine — I can go to any other site I like with no problem)
Tonto, Tarzan, and Frankenstein: “Argh!”
EAGHHAGHH!! FIRE BAD!!! LOL he was a very funny commedian. I don’t recall having to spout his views on the show! Brilliant Mimic.....
“Jim, let me tell you something....There’s gonna be a whole bunch of things we don’t tell Mrs. Clinton. Fast food is the least of our worries.”
What a great site - their cast was so good back then!
That one is a classic, from SNL’s renaissance period of about 1988 to 1995. It became funny again during those years, then kind of sunk below the surface again and has more or less remained there. Phil Hartman, Jan Hooks, Dana Carvey, Dennis Miller, Mike Meyers, Kevin whatshisname, the pathological liar guy (yes I am terrible with names) — it was wall to wall talent.
The link is bad. It will lock up your computer and knock out all open applications. I had to re-boot just to get my system up again.
DO NOT OPEN THE LINK!
LOL!!! Thanks for posting this!!
Bump for later.
Worked fine for me.
He also did an outstanding Frank Sinatra. Loved those skits.
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