Sketch Comedy At It's Finest

Don't miss Tracy Morgan tonight on 106!

Saturday Night Live - Perhaps one of the most famous sketch comedies, SNL has been around for decades and spawned the careers of Eddie Murphy, Chris Rock, and continued the career of Keenan Thompson. With guest hosts and musical performances every week, SNL always wins!Don't miss SNL alum, Tracy Morgan tonight at 6P/5C!  (Photo: NBC)

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Saturday Night Live - Perhaps one of the most famous sketch comedies, SNL has been around for decades and spawned the careers of Eddie Murphy, Chris Rock, and continued the career of Keenan Thompson. With guest hosts and musical performances every week, SNL always wins!Don't miss SNL alum, Tracy Morgan tonight at 6P/5C! (Photo: NBC)

Wayne Brady by Day, The Wayne Brady Show  - In  2002, after a less than stellar primetime run, The Wayne Brady Show was reworked as a daily syndicated show. The variety show saw Brady showcase the breadth of his know-how as a performer and further popularized his entertaining brand.(Photo: rlw/BILL JONES/HO UPI /Landov)

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The Wayne Brady Show - After finding fame on Whose Line Is It Anyway? the multi-talents Wayne Brady branched out and made a name for himself with his sketch comedy The Wayne Brady Show. It only lived for one season, but it was in syndication for two years after because of the cult following that it had developed. (Photo: rlw/BILL JONES/HO UPI /Landov)

Chapelle's Show - David Chapelle has been labeled a comedic genius by some and for good reason. His sketch comedy Chapelle's Show which ran from 2003 until 2006 pushed the envelop in more ways than one and is a comedy show that'll forever live in our minds.  (Photo: Comedy Central)

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Chapelle's Show - David Chapelle has been labeled a comedic genius by some and for good reason. His sketch comedy Chapelle's Show which ran from 2003 until 2006 pushed the envelop in more ways than one and is a comedy show that'll forever live in our minds. (Photo: Comedy Central)

Key & Peele - Key and Peele got their start on MADTV and took their talent and passion for comedy to another level with their own show titled Key & Peele.  (Photo: Key & Peele/Facebook)

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Key & Peele - Key and Peele got their start on MADTV and took their talent and passion for comedy to another level with their own show titled Key & Peele. (Photo: Key & Peele/Facebook)

Cedric The Entertainer Presents - After years of playing Steve Harvey's sidekick on The Steve Harvey Show and letting people know who he was during The Kings of Comedy, Cedric the Entertainer developed his sketch comedy series Cedric the Entertainer Presents in 2002. The show taped two full seasons, but unfortunately the second season never made it to air.  (Photo: Fox Network)

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Cedric The Entertainer Presents - After years of playing Steve Harvey's sidekick on The Steve Harvey Show and letting people know who he was during The Kings of Comedy, Cedric the Entertainer developed his sketch comedy series Cedric the Entertainer Presents in 2002. The show taped two full seasons, but unfortunately the second season never made it to air. (Photo: Fox Network)

Chocolate News  - Chocolate News was developed by David Allen Grier and ran for one season on Comedy Central. The show had a satirical edge that aired our current events with an African-American point of view.  (Photo: Comedy Central)

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Chocolate News  - Chocolate News was developed by David Allen Grier and ran for one season on Comedy Central. The show had a satirical edge that aired our current events with an African-American point of view. (Photo: Comedy Central)

In Living Color - In 1990 In Living Color debuted on Fox. The show was produced and directed by Keenen and featured Damon, Kim, Shawn and Marlon as performers. (Photo: FOX)

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In Living Color - In Living Color was the premier sketch comedy of the 1990s and was spearheaded by brother Keenan Ivory and Damon Wayans. The brothers developed a show with hilarious skits that starred Jim Carey, Marlon and Shawn Wayans, as well as their sister Kim Wayans. Also, one of the highlights of the weekly show was the routine performed by the Fly Girls that at one point included Jennifer Lopez and Laurieann Gibson. (Photo: Fox Network)

In The Flow With Affion Crockett - Affion Crocket made a name for himself on Nick Cannon's Wildn' Out and his talent was so respected that Jamie Foxx that the Oscar Award-winner backed and produced In The Flow With Affion Crockett.  (Photo: Fox Network)

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In The Flow With Affion Crockett - Affion Crocket made a name for himself on Nick Cannon's Wildn' Out and his talent was so respected that Jamie Foxx that the Oscar Award-winner backed and produced In The Flow With Affion Crockett. (Photo: Fox Network)

All That - Keenan, Kel, Nick Cannon, Amanda Bynes, Lori Anne Denberg, and many more got their start on Nickelodeon's All That. The show ran for 10 seasons and kept kids glued to their TV sets on Saturday nights. Nothing like a good laugh!  (Photo: Nickelodeon)

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All That - Keenan, Kel, Nick Cannon, Amanda Bynes, Lori Anne Denberg, and many more got their start on Nickelodeon's All That. The show ran for 10 seasons and kept kids glued to their TV sets on Saturday nights. Nothing like a good laugh! (Photo: Nickelodeon)

3. He Was the Creative Genius Behind Wild'n Out - Call it hip-hop's version of Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Wild'n Out proved that improv humor with a hip-hop twist was something that audiences had an appetite for. Keen fans will notice that Kevin Hart appeared on one episode during the show's first season.  (Photo: MTV)

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Wild'n Out - After getting his start over at Nickelodeon on All That, Nick Cannon took on the silver screen in Drumline and learned the business eventually starting his own sketch comedy series titled Wild'n Out. The show ran for a successful four seasons and made Nick Cannon a force to be reckoned with in the industry. (Photo: MTV Networks)