Brenda the Waitress: This 1990 sketch, one of Baldwin’s earliest cameos on “SNL,” is filled with fast-paced banter, innuendos and Baldwin’s signature charisma.
Soap Opera Digest: Cited as one of Baldwin’s favorite sketches, in this 1993 sketch, he portrays a doctor who is unable to pronounce medical terms.
Canteen Boy Goes Camping: Though this 1994 sketch received some backlash, his portrayal of an inappropriate scoutmaster, co-starring Adam Sandler, remains one of Baldwin’s most memorable performances.
Brasky’s Buddies at an Airport Bar: Baldwin, in this 1996 skit, is joined by a group of drunk colleagues, reminiscing on moments spent with infamous friend Bill Brasky.
Schweddy Balls: One of the most iconic “Saturday Night Live” skits which even launched its own Ben & Jerry’s ice cream flavor — this 1998 sketch stars Baldwin as baker Pete Schweddy, introducing his signature dish holiday “Schweddy Balls.”
Prince Charles Press Conference: In this 2003 sketch, following Prince Charles’ gay scandal, Baldwin plays his press secretary commenting on the royal’s alleged indiscretions.
Monsieur Nobek Teaches Français: Playing a flamboyant French teacher in this 2003 sketch, Baldwin teaches his students to mimic his high-pitched tones instead of teaching them the language.
Glengarry Glen Christmas: Elf Motivation: In this 2005 sketch, Baldwin channels his “Glengarry Glen Ross” character playing Winter’s Breath, motivating his disgruntled elves to continue building toys.
“SNL” Platinum Lounge: Frequent co-hosts Baldwin and Steve Martin star in this 2006 sketch as bitter rivals while sharing a drink in the exclusive “SNL” platinum lounge, for members who have hosted more than 12 times.
SNL40: Celebrity Jeopardy: In this 40th anniversary episode from 2015, Baldwin shines in his recurring role as Tony Bennett playing “Celebrity Jeopardy.”
Oval Office Cold Open: In one of Baldwin’s funniest turns as President Donald Trump, he channels two weeks of executive actions and other news items to turn out a ton of jokes that channel absurdity while still finding new ways to be funny.