Saturday Night Live has been on a decidedly downward spiral since the Sandler/Farley/Meyers years. Aside from a slight re-emergence involving Will Ferrell (one of the all-time best cast members) the show has been extremely lack luster. But as of late, there have been a few transecendent moments involving one Andy Samberg. He is easily the funniest member that is on the show now, and I would go so far as to say the best since Ferrell. He's just the right amount of goofy and funny, and he has the ability to be a mainstay for a couple of years. I'm sure you've heard about "Lazy Sunday" and the Natalie Portman rap (both of which he helped write and perform), but he has also been a key contributor to sketches I have loved such as "Huge Taco" and "Lettuce Talk." It should come as no surprise then that his website is so funny. Him and the other two guys, who are both writers for SNL, have a ton of absolutely bizarre skits and music videos as their group, Lonely Island. You can see the gangsta rap seeds of "Lazy Sunday" in the absolutely hilarious "Kablamo." As long as he doesn't drift in to Jimmy Fallon territory (which is a frighteningly feasable possibility) I can see him becoming a reason to watch SNL every week. As soon as they get rid of some of the older cast members (Parnell, Sanz, Dratch, etc.) and focus on the new blood (Samberg, Hader, Wiig, Armisen), the show could actually become close to what it was in the early to mid 90s.