Recurring Saturday Night Live Characters and Sketches (listed Chronologically)

Recurring Saturday Night Live Characters And Sketches (listed Chronologically)

The following is a list of recurring Saturday Night Live sketches, organized by the season and date in which the sketch first appeared.

For an alphabetical list, see Recurring Saturday Night Live characters and sketches (listed alphabetically).

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