The Most Memorable Makeouts on ‘Saturday Night Live’

Saturday Night Live can always be counted on for a laugh, but you know what? Sometimes, things get a little sexy-like. In the midst of the hilarity, and VH1 Classic’s ongoing “SNL Rewind: 2015-1975 Mega Marathon,” let’s look back at the most memorable makeouts that heated up the sketch show’s illustrious 40-year history.

“Nerds of Seduction”: Gilda Radner Turns It On (Season 4, Episode 16)

Today in a post-Kristen Wiig and Amy Poehler society, we know—and love—that the lovely ladies of comedy are totally unafraid to turn off the cute to get a laugh. They’re not here to be sexy—they’re here to bring the laughs. But one of the first to really embrace it was Gilda Radner, hero to all funny women. Even Bill Murray is impervious to her charms.

“Merry Christmas, Dammit!”: Donny and Marie Osmond Get Close  (Season 8, Episode 9)

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We tried our best but, alas, no video of this sketch could be found. It is simply too hot for Internet TV. Featuring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Marie and Gary Kroeger as Donny (and Eddie Murphy as Gumby) the G-rated siblings serenade each other with “Blue Christmas” then just start going at it. “Donny and Marie! Hey, hey, hey, cut it out! Is this how you kids go Hawaiian? Give me a break here!” Gumby yells in horror.

“Wayne’s World”: Wayne Goes at It With Madonna (Season 16, Episode 19)

Not only is this one of the best makeouts, it’s just one of the best sketches of all time. Poking fun at Madonna’s totally bizarre and super hot “Justify My Love” video, Mike Myers and Madge get in a lot of tongue time, with a special appearance by Dana Carvey sporting a very impressive prosthetic.

End Credits: Nirvana Goes in for a Group Kiss (Season 17, Episode 10)

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