Hulu posted their Top 5 Saturday Night Live sketches of 2012 and you can watch all of them ahead. They range from a drunk girl to a rap reprise and a funny spoof on the Real Housewives series.
Hulu doesn't actually specify that these are the "most watched" SNL videos on their site this year, but that's the assumption I'm going with in their "Top 5" list, which includes sketches from the second half of last season and the first half of the current one. Check them out ahead.
5. Cecily Strong may be the girl you wish you hadn't started a conversation with at a party, but she sure is hilarious on SNL in this recurring "Weekend Update" sketch.
Sy-tee's in trouble, Sath! I don't really know what she's saying, but it all seems really vital.
4. Seth MacFarlane teaches puppet class, making good use of his voice and wig compatibility.
Anthony really takes his puppet Tony to the next level with the personality there.
3. Lazy Sunday returns! With Andy Samberg's planned exit last season, revisiting this excellent rap with a second installment was a good idea.
Last time, it was about cupcakes, but they're not messing with Magnolia this time around ("because the line's too long!"). It's all about brunch and Sister Act on Broadway!
2. Undecided voters get their chance to shine in this sketch, which aired during the election season and pokes fun at ignorant voters.
"Who is the president right now? Is he or she running?" We want answers! Notice how the sketch doesn't actually answer any of those questions. Kind of makes you think, doesn't it? (I have no idea what I'm getting at here).
1. Drama gets animated with The Real Disney Housewives, which spoofs Bravo's reality shows with a Disney Princess installment.
"She cooked the monkey!" Kristen Wiig's drunk Cinderella made the mistake of marrying a guy who's "really into shoes." And poor Jasmine is broke because Aladdin used their last wish on a lap dance (with Cinderella!). This is one of the sketches I'd love to see reprised at some point in the future. Maybe if/when Kristen Wiig comes back to host.