Fred Armisen and Maya Rudolph played SNL’s Euro couple, the modern art-obsessed Nuni and Nuni Schoener. The sketches mainly revolved around the mispronunciation of their near-identical names, but visiting the pair’s house full of furniture that resembled absurd torture devices was the shining moment of the sketch series.
Tina Fey and her Brownie Husband, “a perfect blend of rich fudge and emotional intimacy,” appeared in one of SNL’s greatest prerecorded segments. Brownie Husband’s warm burst of caramel surprise makes him the “companion dessert” of our dreams.
The Vogelchecks put most newlywed couples to shame. They’re a French-kissing family who love each other ¬— and we do mean, love each other. Mom and dad Vogelcheck are frisky as can be, but when it comes to a family that makes out indiscriminately, it’s hard to say who else might be a couple amongst the group.
Christopher Walken’s suave player in SNL’s The Continental sketches woos an unseen woman on the other side of the camera (presumably us). In reality, Walker’s mustachioed Romeo is a creeper who can’t take no for an answer and will stop at nothing from trying to keep his lady friend inside his apartment. We love a woman who stands her ground, as Walken’s date does — but unfortunately for her, so does Walken’s ladies’ man.
The Seth and Stefon romance was never made official, but there’s no denying the electricity between these two — especially during that extra-long kiss.