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9) 'Engagement Picnic'
The most boring type of “SNL” sketch introduces a single premise and then hits that note repeatedly throughout its running time in monotone fashion. When the premise itself (in this case, cops unable to finish sentences without crying) isn’t funny, you have a three-minute sketch that feels ten times longer. Yes, one could make the argument that this was a way for certain cast members to get emotional with each other onstage one last time. But even allowing for that doesn’t make this anything other than a waste of precious sketch time.