Host Jerry O'Connell opens season 14. Sketches include "So You Think You Can Dance": Presidential Edition.
Guest Audrina Partridge participates in skits including a roast of newlyweds Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi, a spoof of Katy Perry's "I Kissed A Girl"; and another episode of "The Johnny Gan Show."
A music parody of John Mayer's songs by Matt Braugner, includes "The Jennifer Love Hewitt Song," and "Wading Through the World of Strange." Sketches include "Albania's Got Talent," and Fox News segments concerning Barack Obama.
The gang host new sketches and return with some of their favorite presidents, senators and scandals, with Nicole Parker makes a debut as "Sarah Palin," Keegan-Michael Key is “Barack Obama,” Erica Ash is “Michelle Obama,” while Bobby Lee introduces his “John McCain” and Arden Myrin debuts her “Cindy McCain.”
Guest Ne-Yo portrays a flirty anchorman, and Johnny Sanchez plays a liquor store owner who is making guesses at which presidential candidate each customer will choose.
This episode welcomes Jeff Probst as the special guest. Keegan Michael-Key does a sketch as Coach Hines.
Serena Williams makes a guest appearance.
A parody of Kitchen Nightmares finds chef Ramsey starting fires in homeless shelter's soup kitchens.
"Barack Obama" and "Connie Chung" are the hosts of the best Christmas sketches from the past seasons.
Bobby Lee matches the cast up with potential mates; and reprises his role as the Blind Kung Fu master. A sketch has Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro as sensitive cops.
Tila Tequilla make a report from Spring Break; the Kardashian's make an appearance on Family Feud, which is hosted by Al Roker.
Host Kathy Griffin will introduce a best of alumnus Michael McDonald's skits.
Johnny Gan and Pongo, his sidekick, are contestants on Deal or No Deal.
The series finale is hosted by Fred Willard and features alumni Alex Borstein, Mo Collins, Will Sasso and Deborah Wilson Skelton, returning in the roles they made famous.