'SNL' brings back 'Celebrity Jeopardy' for 40th anniversary

'SNL' Brings Back 'Celebrity Jeopardy' for 40th Anniversary
'SNL' Brings Back 'Celebrity Jeopardy' for 40th Anniversary


Sunday night's celebration of 40 years of "Saturday Night Live's" couldn't bring us every single sketch we ever loved, but thank goodness, we got "Celebrity Jeopardy."

"Sean, you control the board," said Will Ferrell on "Saturday Night Live's" 40th anniversary special.

"I'll take Whore Ads for 200," said Darrell Hammond.

"It is, it is Who Reads," said Will.

Will Ferrell nailed his old Alex Trebek impression.

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But per old times, the scene-stealer was Darrell Hammond's hysterical Sean Connery. We were also blessed with Norm MacDonald's Burt Reynolds...aka...Turd Ferguson. But, you gotta modernize, right? So Keenan Thompson was there with a Bill Cosby joke.

"Okay now, this potent potables is one fine slamma jamma!" said Keenan Thompson.

"Oh dear God, no," said Will Ferrell.

Media agreed - the return to "Celebrity Jeopardy" was "glorious." TIME called it "a great tribute to one of the best, and longest-lasting, sketches in SNL history."

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