Nick reminisces about one of the most iconic “Saturday Night Live” characters, motivational speaker Matt Foley, created by Bob Odenkirk and famously portrayed by Chris Farley. The episode traces the character’s origins back to 1990, inspired by Odenkirk’s childhood in Naperville, Illinois, and highlights how Farley made the role his own. It features Foley’s debut at The Second City in Chicago, a hilarious appearance on “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” and the legendary original SNL sketch from 1993 with Christina Applegate, Phil Hartman, Julia Sweeney, and David Spade. Alongside these, the episode offers behind-the-scenes stories about Farley and Odenkirk, personal anecdotes, and the character’s enduring impact on pop culture, giving listeners an entertaining glimpse into the world of Matt Foley. [EP56]