Are you a fan of comedy sketch shows and are searching for the funniest sketches of all time? Then, we've got you covered. After polling the internet, these are the best-voted comedy sketches of all time.

1. The Carol Burnett Show Went With The Wind!

Someone shared, “Carol Burnett's Gone with the Wind parody. Scarlett came down the stairs with the curtain rod shoulder pads and priceless. “Ah saw it in the winda, and ah just couldn't resist. I'm old enough that I saw it when it first aired.”

2. Clarke and Dawe – The Front Fell Off

Someone suggested, “Clarke and Dawe – “The Front Fell Off.” Another quoted, “That's not very typical. I'd like to make that point. The other boats are different. How so? Well, the fronts don't fall off for one thing.”

3. Saturday Night Live Kate McKinnon's Alien Abduction Sketches

One person exclaimed, “Kate McKinnon's Alien Abduction sketches on Saturday Night Live are the best!” “How Cicely doesn't completely lose control is impressive. But Ryan Gosling losing control is what makes it an all-time great,” another added. 

4. Saturday Night Live Matt Foley: Van Down by The River

“Chris Farley and David Spade's “Van Down by the River” is best,” someone suggested. Another added, “Can we get some love for Christina Applegate? She also made that sketch. Her turning her head laughing always gets me.”

5. The Carol Burnett Show The Dentists Sketch

“Tim Conway as the dentist on The Carol Burnett Show,” one shared. “I came here to say “The Dentist.” It has me in tears every time. The “Elephant Sketch” is right up there with it,” another added.

6. Monty Python's Dead Parrot Sketch

“Monty Python – “Dead Parrot.” This parrot is no more! It has ceased to be! It's expired and gone to meet its maker! This is a late parrot! It's a stiff! Bereft of life, it rests in peace! If you hadn't nailed it to the perch, it would be pushing up the daisies! It's rung down the curtain and joined the choir invisible. This is an ex-parrot!”

7. Key & Peele's Substitute Teacher

Another person suggested “Key & Peele's “Substitute Teacher.” Is A-Aron present? You done messed up, A-Aron!” “When he breaks the clipboard over his knee, I lose it every time. Perfect line delivery. Perfect physical humor,” a second added. Finally, a third suggested, “This sketch is why coffee shops rarely misspell my first name anymore.”

8. Saturday Night Live Celebrity Jeopardy

Saturday Night Live “Celebrity Jeopardy” does it for me every time. One of my favorites is with Chadwick Boseman in character as King T'Challa,” shared one.

9. Chappelle's Show Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories

Coming in at number two is Chappelle's Show classic sketch “Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories.” Someone admitted, “The bar was set incredibly high with this skit. There's one line from the deleted scenes I wish they kept: “I'm a maniac, MANIAC… on yo' couch!” I got light-headed laughing when I first heard that.”

Another added, “Both Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories sketches were the pinnacle of Chappelle's Show. “Clayton Bixby” and “The World Series of Dice” are up there too.”

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10. Abbott and Costello's Who's on First?

“Abbott and Costello's “Who's on First?” It's a joke that's so good it still kills to this day, albeit with some modern tweaks,” one stated. Another added, “This one wins because anyone can perform it. We used to do it as kids when we were five, and it slayed.”

What do you think? Did Reddit get it right, or is your favorite sketch not on this list?

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