Kyle Mooney’s finale SNL appearance was Saturday, May 21, along with Pete Davidson, Kate McKinnon, and Aidy Bryant.
Kyle Mooney is a national treasure. From his early work on YouTube with the sketch group Good Neighbor to his countless characters on Saturday Night Livehe always brings his A-game.
“Thanksgiving Baking Championship” – Four contestants compete on a Thanksgiving-themed bake-off, and Ralph (Kyle Mooney) is the clear winner.
“Ted Cruz Sesame Street Cold Open” – Joe Rogan (Pete Davidson) has some questionable meds for Big Bird (Mooney).
“Viral Apology Video” – The Prank Posse take things too far…then their apology video blows up.
“Kyle’s Holiday” – Real-life Kyle Mooney learns the real meaning of Christmas from Billie Eilish.
“Subway Churro” – In a sketch where every character gets a minute-long song, leave it to Kyle Mooney to get about 10 seconds.
“March of the Suitors” – The only word Mooney’s character seemed built off of was the word “sniveling,” and he nailed it.
“Baby Yoda” – They should make Baby Yoda talk more on The Mandalorian — he seems cool as hell.
“Dancer” – I still think Kyle beat Issa Rae in this dance-off.
“Kyle’s Transformation” – The world wasn’t ready for Buff Kyle, and my hunch is that’s why he’s leaving the show.
“A New Kyle” – Similar to Buff Kyle, Blonde Kyle is yet another reinvention of his entire personality. This time, he steals Pete Davidson’s look and friends.
“Dad” – They said audiences weren’t ready for a modern retelling of the classic ballad “Cat’s in the Cradle.” Kyle Mooney proved them wrong.
“The Grocery Rap” – Three buddies make a music video in a grocery store, but they refuse to wear masks.
“Poetry Lovers” – You know a sketch is going to be good when it’s Kyle and Beck Bennett. Throw in Sarah Silverman, and you’ve got gold.
“Bad Boys” – If it’s a sketch parodying ’80s sitcoms, it’ll probably have Mooney and Beck.
“Dive Bar” – Kyle doesn’t have a huge part in this sketch, but every time he chimes in he throws off Kenan Thompson and Ryan Gosling’s groove by making them laugh.
“Bruce Chandling” – It takes a special talent to commit to a character whose bit is that they aren’t funny.
“Christmas Bar” – A very Brooklyn Christmas bar sees Tony (not rich or nothing, just volunteers at a home for the elderly) and Jerry (loves his deaf sister) fighting over Jessica.
“The House” – David thinks they’re going to watch a movie at the theaters, but Brian thought they were going to watch one at the house. This could be drama, people.
“Bits” – Cut to: a friend desperately trying to keep the bit going.
“Brothers” – This sketch is basically the movie stepbrothersbut Aidy Bryant and Cecily Strong can’t stop laughing.
“Kyle and Friends” – Kyle tries to make friends and gets some wise words from Regina King.
“Beers” – In another ’80s sitcom parody, Mario (Kyle) and Josh (Beck) confront cousin CJ (Larry David) about his beer addiction.
“The Fight” – Chris Fitzpatrick (Kyle) fights Andy Rydell (Beck Bennett). If you want more Chris Fitzpatrick, check out Beck and Kyle’s pre-SNL videos.
“Kyle vs. Kanye” – Kyle challenges Kanye West to a rap battle. Also, Kyle won, because the challenge was to freestyle, and Ye just sung a song from Life of Pablo.
“Awkward Flirts” – Two apartment residents flirt with each other until it becomes painful to watch. Then, the ending is surprisingly sweet.
“Love and Leslie” – Leslie Jones and Kyle fall in love, despite Kyle’s jealousy of Colin Jost.
“Scooter Rineholdt” – President of Milk Distribution Scooter Rineholdt passionately defends milk. And interestingly, the URL Mooney gives for the source of his milk-related news (www.milkdaddy.net/important-news) redirects to NBC’s webpage for SNL.
“PottyPM” – The PottyPM is the perfect solution for going to the bathroom in the middle of the night. But apparently it wasn’t designed with women in mind.
“What’s My Name?” – Kyle (playing every character in this skit) forgets the name of a party guest.
“Del Taco Shoot” – A director (Adam Driver) and executive (Beck) tear into a commercial actor (Kyle) over a line reading.
“Jheri’s Place” – After a sketch doesn’t land well (and Kyle makes a bold choice that doesn’t pay off), the cast fields questions from reporters about what went wrong.
Which Kyle Mooney characters will you miss the most? Let me know in the comments!