Looking for a Kerry/Gore SNL sketch
September 15, 2008 8:42 PM   Subscribe

Does anyone else remember this SNL sketch with Gore and Kerry commiserating about losing to Bush?

My wife I and both vividly remember a sketch (we think it was Saturday Night Live but it might have been Mad TV) with Al Gore and John Kerry both talking (in the beginning) about how they're not bitter about losing to George W. Bush. Kerry keeps his cool, and when he's done saying he doesn't hate Bush, Gore says "I also hate him. I hate his squunched-up face." Also something like "You lost but I won. I should be president."

Anyway, we'd love to see it again but it seems like NOBODY else in the Google-verse picked up on it because I can't find any part of the quotes I mentioned or anything else with Gore and Kerry together. I've looked on Hulu.com and Youtube to no avail.

Did anyone else see this, or did we completely make it up?
posted by rustcellar to Media & Arts (10 answers total)
no. i rememeber it. i'm pretty sure they were at a chi-chi's restaurant and im pretty sure it was snl
posted by darkpony at 9:23 PM on September 15, 2008

posted by darkpony at 9:24 PM on September 15, 2008

Hmm. Thanks darkpony, but I'm certain it was Gore and Kerry, not Gore and Bush. So it would have been 2004 (or later). I think the set was more bookcases-and-fireplace than chi-chi's.
posted by rustcellar at 5:39 AM on September 16, 2008

could this be it? it has Kerry, Gore and Bush..
posted by jrishel at 6:58 AM on September 16, 2008

It looks like it might have been from this episode's weekend update, but there's no transcript.
posted by kidsleepy at 9:53 AM on September 16, 2008

The SNL Archives also lets you search by impression ... my hunch is that this Weekend Update may contain what you're thinking of. But there's no transcript for that, it seems.
posted by WCityMike at 3:35 PM on September 16, 2008

(Kerry was imitated only three times after the 2004 election, and you've discounted the first impression. The second doesn't look likely, but the third also features Al Gore, so I think that's likely.)
posted by WCityMike at 3:36 PM on September 16, 2008

Yes, that's definitely the one. You can see it on iTunes for $1.99.
posted by WCityMike at 3:54 PM on September 16, 2008

The quoted line is about at the 17-minute mark.
posted by WCityMike at 3:55 PM on September 16, 2008

Brilliant, folks. Thanks!
posted by rustcellar at 6:10 PM on September 16, 2008

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