1. 'The Midnight Coterie of Sinister Intruders'
Of all of the SNL sketches and digital shorts of the past few years, this faux-trailer for a creepy, The Strangers-like horror movie directed by Wes Anderson may be the one we've rewatched (and rewatched and rewatched) the most. It's an affectionate mockery of the filmmaker's idiosyncratic style, symmetrical framing and love of twee bric-a-brac, but more importantly, it was made with such a fidelity that it could almost be mistaken for the real thing — which makes everything here that much funnier. The music, the random objects montage that includes a picture of Edith Piaf, Edward Norton's gloriously nasal mimicry of Owen Wilson, Alec Baldwin's narration, the font fetish, the formal dialogue ("Dear Homeowners, May we kill you?-The Murderers"): it's a perfect send-up and a perfectly realized sketch.