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Our favorite SNL mom-related skits ever

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Mother's Day love, SNL style

Over the years, Saturday Night Live has shared its special brand of Mother's Day love with hilarious skits that "honor" mothers. Here are a few of our favorites.

Mother's Day love, SNL style

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Mom Jeans

Thanks to Saturday Night Live, mothers everywhere had to abandon their beloved high-waisted, wide-hipped jeans or be publicly ridiculed. This SNL skit, a "commercial" for Mom Jeans, promises you'll find the perfect fit for even the least active of moms. If you really want to freak your family out this Mother's Day, bust out the Mom Jeans and applique vest.

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Legendary SNL duo Justin Timberlake and Andy Samberg can't figure out what to get their moms for Mother's Day — until they get the bright idea to give each other to the other's mother. Confused? You should be. It's confusing and wrong for so many reasons, which naturally makes this collaborative effort with Susan Sarandon and Patricia Clarkson hilarious. Remember, every Mother's Day needs a Mother's Night. (NSFW)

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Stefon's Mother's Day tips

City correspondent Stefon stops by Weekend Update to share his ideas on where to take Mom on Mother's Day. Those suggestions include his trademark recommendations of clubs that are pronounced with loud noises instead of actual names and where the misuse of small people is incorporated into the entertainment. The best element of these skits, aside from the obvious, is Bill Hader's inability to keep a straight face during his reviews of underground clubs you absolutely do not want to take your mother to.


Lawrence Welk tribute to Mother's Day

For those of us who remember writhing in agony while our grandmothers watched Lawrence Welk on Saturday night, SNL's version is spot-on. This knock-off is parody perfection with the beloved Betty White as the mother of four daughters, one of which has an unfortunately high hair line and creepy little doll hands.

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