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Best SNL Duos Of All Time

Saturday Night Live (abbreviated as SNL) is an American late-night live television sketch comedy show. The show has given rise to some of the most well-known and talented comedians in entertainment and just celebrated it’s 40th anniversary. Throughout the course of its forty-year history, SNL has seen some hilarious comedy duos.

Here is a list of the best, funniest SNL duos ever:

Tina Fey And Amy Poehler

The ladies not only lit up the Weekend Update, but were consistently hilarious in their other SNL sketches too.

Jason Sudeikis And Kristen Wiig

These two A-holes are one of the most annoying characters yet perfect pair on SNL.

Kristen Wiig And Maya Rudolf

The bridesmaids co-stars and real life best friends played Shonda and Vonda in this Super Showcase game-show sketch.

Steve Martin And Dan Aykroyd

The Festrunk Brothers were two wild and crazy guys. The accents, the outfits, that outrageous shimmy they did while walking across the room were hilarious.

Dan Aykroyd And John Belushi

Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi’s alter egos, The Blues Brothers, are one of the most memorable SNL duos ever.

Mike Myers And Dana Carvey

They are the ultra-famous characters Wayne Campbell and Garth Algar from Wayne’s World.

Will Ferrell And Cheri Oteri

They were a pair of awkward, self-conscious pariahs who led unusual cheerleading routines at school functions to which they had not been invited. These duo are one of the funniest SNL duo of all time.

Vanessa Bayer And Cecily Strong

These former pornstars together are totally under-rated, and totally hilarious.

Amy Poehler And Maya Rudolph

Betty and Jodi of Bronx beat are one of the best duos on SNL.

Fred Armisen And Kristen Wiig

Garth and Kat are the singing team who are clearly making up their songs on the fly. Their songs are clearly unrehearsed with Armisen leading each song and Wiig "just trying to follow."