20 Most Memorable Movie Scenes Set at the Drive-In
Featuring equal doses of romance, violence and terror.
30 Years Ago: The ‘Cheers’ Gang Bows Out
'One for the Road' brought beloved series to an end in 1993.
45 Years Ago: Father Guido Sarducci Makes His ‘SNL’ Debut
Show's most recurring character made his first appearance In the final minutes of a Season 3 episode.
35 Years Ago: Jason Meets Carrie in ‘Friday the 13th Part VII’
Misbegotten 'The New Blood' continued franchise's slide.
‘Saturday Night Live’ Cast Members Who Were Fired
The Not Ready for Late Night Players.
45 Years Ago: The Blues Brothers Make Their ‘SNL’ Debut
Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi fashioned characters two years earlier, but 1978 episode featured them in full glory.
45 Years Ago: Steve Martin’s ‘King Tut’ Becomes a Surprise Hit
It was a beaming, lightly satirical, but mostly silly put-on of a novelty song.
40 Years Ago: ‘Special Bulletin’ Causes ‘War of the Worlds’ Panic
Cold War TV movie from 1983 was work of fiction but try telling freaked-out viewers that.
The 20 Most Controversial Saturday Night Live Moments of All Time
From accidental expletives to regrettable lapses in comedy judgment to manufactured ire.
40 Years Ago: Buckwheat Is Shot, and ‘Saturday Night Live’ Is There
Eddie Murphy helped kill off one of the show's most popular characters in March 1983.
45 Years Ago: John Belushi Dances on His ‘SNL’ Castmates’ Graves
in "Don't Look Back in Anger," star reflects on all his departed co-workers.
45 Years Ago: O.J. Simpson Hosts ‘Saturday Night Live’
Football great's sports career was winding down as movie and TV options piled up in 1978.