Saturday Night Live veteran Dana Carvey takes a decidedly jaundiced view of the worlds of entertainment, politics and pop culture in his 1996 sketch show. Backed up by a cast that includes performers like The 40 Year Old Virgin’s Steve Carell, The Colbert Report’s Stephen Colbert and Robert Smigel of SNL and writers such as Louis C.K., nothing is off-limits for Carvey’s send-ups and dead-on impersonations. Looking back at the U.S. presidential campaign of 1996, Carvey and company take on not only President Bill Clinton and his challengers, Senator Bob Dole and Ross Perot, but also the likes of Pat Buchanan and Steve Forbes. He and the cast skewer Hollywood names like Quentin Tarantino, Oliver Stone, Jay Leno and Madonna as well as the players in the O.J. Simpson trial, as they take on show business trends, celebrity news and movie reviews in a raucous and fun-filled half-hour.