Saturday Night Live: Kyle Mooney’s 10 Most Iconic Sketches
After nine series on Saturday Night Live, cast member Kyle Mooney moved emotionally away in the 47th series final with fellow actors Kate McKinnon, Aida Bryant and Pete Davidson.
Mooney's fans called Kyle Mooney as a "timed" Mooney. A unique brand of humor and serious acting brings a cheerful, self-deprecating voice to the acclaimed comedy show.
Mooney first cut his comedic teeth with his SNL colleague, Beck Bennett, on the popular YouTube channel "Good Neighbor Stuff".
His unique style followed him all the way to SNL and offered him a unique opportunity to be especially appreciated by some of SNL's most dedicated spectators.
Although fans make fun of Mooney's drawings, they have always been "cut off by time," his most iconic moments ensure that he remains a beloved SNL veteran.
Meanwhile, fans can keep Mooney on a comedy diet by streaming his nostalgic and crazy show on Netflix, Saturday Morning All Star Hits.
Although the sketch ends with Colin Jost being slapped several times, the real worship and friendship of Mooney and Bennett is inspiring.
Thanks to a top masquerade ball, quality cast and basic sweets, "Beck and Kyle" still remains a popular sketch from Mooney's time on SNL.