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"Saturday Night Live" alumna Rachel Dratch showcases "SNL"-like original short-form content from some of the biggest and best comedic creators. The never-before-seen bits tackle a variety of topics, presented via mockumentaries, music videos, animation, scripted pieces and more.

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Found Footage has a recipe for a nightmare; actress Judy Gold joins Rachel Dratch for a mystifying psychic reading; radio personality Cipha Sounds and rapper Daz Dillinger run an errand.
aired 316 days ago
"Saturday Night Live" alumna Rachel Dratch showcases "SNL"-like original short-form content from some of the biggest and best comedic creators. The never-before-seen bits tackle a variety of topics, presented via mockumentaries, music videos, animation, scripted pieces and more.
aired 316 days ago
"Saturday Night Live" alumna Rachel Dratch showcases "SNL"-like original short-form content from some of the biggest and best comedic creators. The never-before-seen bits tackle a variety of topics, presented via mockumentaries, music videos, animation, scripted pieces and more.
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Actor Ana Gasteyer joins Rachel Dratch for a fun-filled psychic reading; Cipha Sounds runs an errand with rapper Problem; finding out the sex of a wedding cake.
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Comic Dave Hill finds out the true story behind an egging victim; "Get Lost" visits Tinseltown; Cipha Sounds runs an errand with Luniz.
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Cipha Sounds teams up with comic DeRay Davis to tackle a new errand, Get Lost cruises the high seas, and Love N' Oven makes the perfect pancake. All that and more on Rachel Dratch's Late Night Snack.
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Austin Martinez is back for date night; Kenny "The Jet" Smith discusses psycho groupies; catching up with Cipha Sounds and rapper Yung Joc.
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Pro-athlete Christian Laettner delivers the go-to workout; Cipha Sounds helps rapper Too Short run an errand; the sex of porridge in "Sex Your Food."
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Austin Martinez makes lips look more youthful; Cipha Sounds and Audio Push go on an epic ride; Kenny "The Jet" Smith reveals what really happened during the filming of "Space Jam."
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Kenny "The Jet" Smith explains the importance of getting paid; Harry Potter meets "Bring It On;" the sex of cotton candy.
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The Kloons reveal that one can ride in style, even after death; an investigation into why the brain freezes; Kenny "The Jet" Smith recounts when his family multiplied.
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Former pro athlete Greg Oden offers a new way to keep money safe; Millennial Man tries to defeat Dr. Havoc; Dave Ebert attempts to save a chicken on Ghost Story Club.
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Judah Friedlander and Rachel Dratch peer into the future; "Get Lost" gives a unique tour of San Diego; experts comment on black holes.
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Pro athlete Christian Laettner deals with the haters by whipping up a new app; "Found Footage Files" creates a commercial on a budget; Dr. Havoc returns with a plan to take over the world.
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"Sex Your Food" takes on tilapia; Halle Berry disrupts a basketball game on "Foul Shots"; Ghost Story Club returns with a new kind of party.
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Kenny "the Jet" Smith spills the beans on Charles Barkley; Dr. Havoc attempts to outsmart some Protagonauts.
aired 553 days ago
Erinn Hayes shares a casting nightmare; Kevin McCallister from "Home Alone" is featured in "Where Are They Now?"; a re-imagination of Snow White.
aired 560 days ago
"Saturday Night Live" alumna Rachel Dratch showcases "SNL"-like original short-form content from some of the biggest and best comedic creators. The never-before-seen bits tackle a variety of topics, presented via mockumentaries, music videos, animation, scripted pieces and more.
aired 560 days ago
"Saturday Night Live" alumna Rachel Dratch showcases "SNL"-like original short-form content from some of the biggest and best comedic creators. The never-before-seen bits tackle a variety of topics, presented via mockumentaries, music videos, animation, scripted pieces and more.
aired 560 days ago
Found Footage Files dives into VHS tapes; Blank Meets Blank turns classic films into a musical mash-up; Austin Martinez Comedy returns with musical musings.
aired 714 days ago
Love tips from a found-footage video; Alec Baldwin gives romantic advice; "7 Minutes in Heaven" with John Stamos and Mike O'Brien.

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