“Half-baked is probably one if not the greatest Stoner movies of all time and we believe this category is best summed up by the great, talented, and verbose Jon Stewart.
Enhancement Smoker (Jon Stewart): ‘Did you ever see Scent of a Woman?’
Scarface: ‘Yup.’
Enhancement Smoker: ‘You ever seen Scent of a Woman… on weed? That’s the way to see it. It’s just wacked.’ This category attempts to capture the Enhancement essence, not necessarily ratings or anything like that, but movies, shows, or videos… well… high.”
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Kyle Mooney with a beer

Ever since some of the most dedicated and beloved cast members of Saturday Night Live left in the 38th season including Bill Hader, Fred Armisen, Jason Sudeikis, not to mention Seth Meyers recent transition to Late Night, SNL, like it has many times before, has left a gap open for a new cast full of vibrant and ecstatic featured players. However, this occasion is not the first time in history many big name actors have departed from SNL, leaving Lorne Michaels to search the world of talent for innovative individuals. Consider the period after the first five golden years between 1975 and 1980 for SNL. In 1980, Lorne Michaels is removed as the Executive Producer for the show due to complications with NBC, which resulted in SNL losing many of their big time players, who found lucrative movie careers anyways outside the show, such as John Belushi, Bill Murray, Chevy Chase, Dan Aykroyd, Jane Curtin, Gilda Radner, and Garret Morris.