Phil Hartman Videos

The humane but determined boys down at No Pun Intended have put up a fantastic Phil Hartman tribute that is chock full of video, with everything from Simpsons to Saturday Night Live to Newsradio.  Many of these are famous, but some of them are quite obscure.  Sadly, Hulu does not have one of my all time favorite Hartman as Clinton skits, Real Stories of the Arkansas Highway PatrolCOPS has become such a part of the culture that we now call men’s undershirts “wifebeaters”, but back then it was all new.  Seeing Hartman as the abused husband, in a wifebeater, was really funny at the time.  As with all old SNL skits, I’m not sure how well it has aged, but the transcript reads pretty well:

State Trooper Glenn McRae: Alright, ma’am, everything seems to check out fine. Would you be interested in going back to the patrol car, and performing a sex act on the governor?

Which brings me to Hartman’s episode of The Critic, “Eyes on the Prize”.  Skip to the 6:40 mark to hear Hartman as Adolf Hitmaker, personal image consultant:

Hartman also did Jay’s agent, the raucously slimy Bernie Wasserman, it’s right at the beginning.  Watch a littler further and Hartman shows up again as Jay’s old teacher Professor Blowhard:

Heh heh, “green peaness”.  That always gets me.

1 Response to “Phil Hartman Videos”

  1. 29 May 2010 at 6:08 pm

    thanks for this

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