This grand tale starring Mike Myers deals with the leader of the Hill People, as well as other ancient warriors. However, instead of seeing them in battle, they discuss their everyday problems, like the difficulty of "walking with a woman." Out of context, it might not sound like much, but it all makes sense when you hear "Lothar Of The Hill People" theme song.
In the first "Dr. Beamen" sketch, Will Ferrell plays a doctor who has lost Molly Shannon and Chris Parnell's baby. However, he can't explain the situation until he talks on the phone with his good friend, Beverly. There was just one other Dr. Beamen sketch, but dozens more would have been perfectly acceptable.
In 2000, Tracy Morgan debuted Woodrow, a homeless man in the sewer who randomly encounters Britney Spears and Kate Hudson. He may be rough around the edges, and he may think he can talk to Wall Street by picking up a board and shouting "Buy! Sell!" and he may be obsessed with doo-doo, but deep down he's just a sensitive sweetheart.
Phillip (Mike Myers) is a six-year-old boy who calls himself "Hyper-Hypo" (hyperactive and hypoglycemic). He's also tethered to a playground, but somehow gains the superhuman strength to lift the play set from the cement when he eats chocolate. But after appearances with Nicole Kidman and Kim Basinger, Phillip was gone forever.
Tippy (Nasim Pedrad) has a problem. She keeps missing out on fun stories at a party, so then she tries join the fun and guess what the people were talking about, but her guesses (such as "butt surgery or something") are way off. Sadly, after one appearance in 2013, we never heard from Tippy again.
When Santa was too sick to deliver presents, he got some help from the magical Hanukkah Harry (Jon Lovitz) in "The Night Hanukkah Harry Saved Christmas." He later helped another holiday in "The Night Hanukkah Harry Saved Easter." But, for some reason, Harry never got around to saving all the other holidays.
In 1989, Mike Myers played Lank Thompson in the infomercial "I'm A Handsome Man," giving people tips on how to be handsome. He followed that up with "I'm A Handsome Actor" (with help from Alec Baldwin) and "I'm A Handsome Black Man." "I'm A Handsome Actor" even featured an appearance by then-writer Conan O'Brien.
This daytime soap opera centers around a man (Tim Kazurinsky) and his wife Madge. And his wife also just happens to be a real, actual monkey. Whether having a monkey on life TV may be debatable, but the sketch aired just six times from 1981-1984.
Middle-Aged Man was the alter-ego of Ed Myles (Mike Myers), who, upon reaching middle age, gained super powers like car repair and knowing where all his appliance warranties are. By his second appearance, he was joined by his sidekick Drinkin' Buddy (Chris Farley). But after his third appearance, Middle-Aged Man was no longer assisting people with their everyday problems.