Landshark III - SNL

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star trek
star trek - 12 days ago
did anyone else notice you could see the shadow of the microphone 3 or 4 times?
star trek
star trek - 12 days ago
I remember when this sketch first aired. It was one  of their first episodes and Lily Tomlin was the host. The sketch was a parody of  the movie JAWS whiiiiich had come out a  few months befooooore.
Richard Siciliano
Richard Siciliano - 17 days ago
A coked up John Belushi imitating a coked up Richard Dreyfuss. Yes, the 70s ruled!
Am I Cool Yet?
Am I Cool Yet? - 17 days ago
My therapist: “It’s okay, it was just an SNL skit! LandShark can’t get you!”
Danny Pockets
Danny Pockets - 29 days ago
How come when you see these old ones, it doesn't look like they're using cue cards at all, whereas you watch anything from the last 10 or 15 years and all the actors are facing and looking at the cue cards almost the whole time?
A Kayfabe
A Kayfabe - Month ago
I still say this when someone asks me who is it after I knock on their door. But only to people who I know will get the reference and still open the door of course.
Susquehanna80 - Month ago
shark skit is wonderful,; the interracial scene afterward is gross
captainunload - Month ago
Better than the real Jaws 3
John Allen Lauridsen Jr.
Diego Nunez
Diego Nunez - Month ago
2:40 did anybody hear the ughh ughh
Bundle of Perceptions
Bundle of Perceptions - Month ago
Oh, the days when SNL was relevant, of course, they never were a match for Mad TV, but still......
only257 - Month ago
Hello Sweetheart
Hello Sweetheart - Month ago
Lilly Tomlin ❣️
Hello Sweetheart
Hello Sweetheart - Month ago
DAMN! She must've been from the itty bitty titty committee
Daniel  Castillo
Daniel Castillo - Month ago
Virginia Connor
Virginia Connor - 2 months ago
This was when "SNL" was funny. No longer funny and I no longer watch it. At least, "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In" was funnier.
Ingvar Hallström
Ingvar Hallström - 2 months ago
Straight out of the Monty Python textbook. Not that there's anything wrong with that, the crew adored the hell out of Monty Python. But this is textbook Python with a predictable set up going on seemingly forever until it's cut by an outside character for being too silly or whatnot.
Rougarou - 2 months ago
These Sharknado sequels keep getting weirder and weirder.
KonElKent - 2 months ago
It WAS better than the actual Jaws III...
Jane Doe
Jane Doe - 2 months ago
Just the other year a friend and I was out swiming in a lake and I turned my head for one second. She went dun dun… dun dun… dun dun dun dunnnnnnnnn! Man she scared me!😂😂😂
oofahman mooch
oofahman mooch - 2 months ago
Scott UfoMan
Scott UfoMan - 2 months ago
The victim s of the first JAws were some lady skinny dipping .
A boy and his yellow raft to a man who gets his boat 🚣 destroyed by the shark.
To a old man fishing in the pond and finally Quaid scene. A total of five.
J.10 + A. 1 + W. 23 + S.19 = 53 = 8
English Ordinal found in thee English alphabet 1-26
Scott UfoMan
Scott UfoMan - 2 months ago
In the original before the movie JAWS, Brodie was always fighting with his wife and she cheats on him with the marine biologist. This was never put in the film JAWS.
Arthur Trauer
Arthur Trauer - 2 months ago
I like the “Jaws” take on the land shark thing. I saw Jaws in the theatre when If was first released in San Francisco and it was literally a Blockbuster with crowds circling the building (the Corona theatre I think) waiting for the next showing. It was like a street party with people eating, drinking and talking in line for hours. Even waiting in line was fun. People left the theatre saying “Oh my God, that was incredible”. Same thing with Star Wars and Alien.
I really miss that kind of mutual public enthusiasm and SNL didn’t skip a beat playing off all that with a twist. Hilarious.
Dave Arroyo
Dave Arroyo - 2 months ago
Before Sharknado we hand the land shark first
Rick Dostie
Rick Dostie - 2 months ago
Funny shark
sha11235 - 2 months ago
The Landshark mixed up the secret knock, notice? They didn't.
sha11235 - 2 months ago
Better Jaws 3 than the real one.
jake falatko
jake falatko - 3 months ago
Who is it?

Hidden Kitten
Hidden Kitten - 3 months ago
😊Hi, I’m Brittney Lee Hill :D❤ . I really enjoyed your upload! I’m THAT, Millennial  ! I’m still living in Orange County, California, within the city of La Habra right now… however, I will, for the last and final time, be moving to the county of Los Angeles, where Hollywood is! I'm social climbing and I want to marry a rich man! I’m moving there by August the 1st of 2019. Yay, me 😃! I’m literally doing everything by myself right now so I’m proud that I figured out my Destiny. My destiny is to get married, become a wife and mother, for the first time ❤ 😃. I’m still middle class and, you can join me wherever you see me in person :D ! Family. Love. Love. Love.❤❤❤.
Brittney Lee Hill
Sunday, July 21, 2019.
FilimboUK - 3 months ago
Kind of inspired by the boston strangler and ted bundy? Pretty dark
SealTeam Ryx
SealTeam Ryx - 3 months ago
Lilly Tomlin is a funny lady
Spencer Branting
Spencer Branting - 3 months ago
Sgt AWOL - 3 months ago
That shark is very busy its a fill time job.
Ranger Danger
Ranger Danger - 3 months ago
Its alright.
HeavenlyFrost - 3 months ago
At the end, when they said the skit was running too long, was that the shark? Or did it really run that long?
Rabbit Moon
Rabbit Moon - 3 months ago
It was LandShark, of course; that is one versatile predator! The Tonys awarded LandShark the coveted "Fish for all Seasons" award that year but unfortunately he ate it. . . .
Dave Thomas
Dave Thomas - 3 months ago
Funny LOL 😂
Silent Hunter
Silent Hunter - 3 months ago
For those of us not familiar with the SNL cast back then, who is who?
Mike B
Mike B - 3 months ago
John Belushi played the guy with the beard based off the real movie Jaws. Dan Aykroyd played the cop, Loraine Newman was the first girl, Jane Curtin the next, Gilda Radner was the next. They were all cast members. Lily Tomlin the comedian was the widow at the end and Chevy Chase played the voice of the shark. I don't know what that skit was that was tacked on at the end but it wasn't part of the shark skit. That was Chevy, Garrett Morris and Jane.
AmericanGiant100 - 3 months ago
In this skit (correct me guys if i am wrong)was John Beulshi, Dan Aykroyd, Loraine Newman, Jane Curtain, Lily Tomlin(Guest Host)and Garret Morris. The voice of the shark was I think Chevy Chase.
Dan M-Brooklyn
Dan M-Brooklyn - 3 months ago
Was this when Jim Henson worked at SNL ?
Crown Commando
Crown Commando - 3 months ago
They had half of Peru up their nose at the time.
tom quigley
tom quigley - 3 months ago
After this came out people put plywood shark fins sticking out of random snow banks in the upper Midwest.
steelerdave2000 - 3 months ago
Back when SNL wasn’t liberal
Cold Sooner
Cold Sooner - 3 months ago
SNL USED to be funny. Now it’s just anti-Trump. Why watch? 🤮
Vejur9000 - 3 months ago
Comedy legends brilliantly lampoon a classic movie. And who better to do a coked up Richard Dreyfuss, than a coked up John Belushi.
Rick Marin
Rick Marin - 3 months ago
WOW , this is better than the real Jaws III
Aiber Lane
Aiber Lane - 3 months ago
The nerd voice was the best part.
tyro244 - 3 months ago
Candy Gram for Mongo!
Str8edgejon - 3 months ago
Is it just me or does the Landshark sound like Peter Griffin?
If so could Landshark be Peter's real Father? And not Francis...
Jonathan Martinez
Jonathan Martinez - 3 months ago
Get a posse
DoitDoug - 3 months ago
Still the best sketch they ever did. Maybe samurai delicatessen
Villain - 3 months ago
I watched this right after generationgapgaming Jaws NES. Randomly not recommended. Wild😋
Celia Lovett
Celia Lovett - 3 months ago
My brother still "candy grams" me on my intercom!
davids11131113 - 3 months ago
Jaws III was actually about this ridiculous.
Robert Fitzsimmons
Robert Fitzsimmons - 3 months ago
Candygram for Mongo!
Ferdinand Cesarano
Ferdinand Cesarano - 3 months ago
Kenneth Dowd
Kenneth Dowd - 3 months ago
It's weird watching this knowing the amount of people that have passed away.
XeserUpseinOPelttil - 3 months ago
aww geez. why you have to ruin in for the rest that have never seen this :/
Caseygblake - 3 months ago
This is back in the day when SNL was funny.  Today, not so much.
Ramoncito Ross
Ramoncito Ross - 3 months ago
I was only 9 and this was awesome
Brian Heath
Brian Heath - 3 months ago
Man that show was so much better when everyone was using all that coke LOL
Nyc Bit
Nyc Bit - 3 months ago
Brian Heath In that case I'll just snort a lil tiny baby one in their memory 👌
RICO GOLDSTAR - 3 months ago
The precursor to Sharknado.
Gerald Stephens
Gerald Stephens - 2 months ago
Why not have Landshark in the next Sharkando?
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