'Rolling Stone' magazine has revealed their list of the '50 Best Saturday Night Live Sketches.' What great memories! I hate to say it, but I remember watching the very first SNL hosted by George Carlin. The show back then was very cutting edge and downright hilarious.

I've watched off and on through the years, but now basically, I wait for the best sketches to hit Hulu and YouTube.

What a chore to pick out a top 50 from the thousands and thousands of hours of great material. As I think back, this classic interchange ('Word Association') between Richard Pryor and one of the original 'Not Ready for Prime Time Players,' Chevy Chase, would top my list. They probably wouldn't even be allowed to do the sketch today.

What's your favorite all-time 'SNL' skit?