You’ve heard them a million times. You’ve probably said them a million times too. You may even have a hat, or a T-shirt, emblazoned with them: They are the most famous catchphrases in “Saturday Night Live” history. In this episode, Nick plays back 20 of the most popular and legendary SNL catchphrases of all time. He analyzes them, talks about their origins and impact, why they became so popular, and more. From the very beginning, catchphrases have been a big part of the show, in fact every single episode opens with the most famous SNL catchphrase of all time: “Live from New York, it’s Saturday Night!” From the early days when Dan Aykroyd, Gilda Radner and John Belushi would rattle them off weekly, to the years of Mike Meyers and Dana Carvey creating a new catchphrase on almost every show, to the modern days, when they still happen regularly, but much more organically. What makes a good catchphrase? What makes a bad one? Sometimes the quality doesn’t matter, as long as they are repeated by the general public (both online and in the real world), become part of the zeitgeist, and most importantly, sell a lot of merchandise. Live from New York it’s…. Catchphrases! [EP19]