2. Michael Jordan: It's hard to explain why Jordan was so funny during his stint as a host. He didn't deliver very many memorable lines or display particularly great comedic timing, but he did happen to be surrounded by one of the most talented casts of all time, and when most people think about athletes hosting SNL, they always bring up Jordan's sketch with Al Franken (as Stuart Smalley) where Jordan was forced to giggle his way through Smalley's daily affirmation: "I'm good enough, I'm smart enough, and doggone it, people like me!" For some reason, that sketch isn't online either (although here is the transcript), but here is Jordan's appearance with Bill Swerski's Superfans, which is worth watching if only to see Jordan and Chris Farley dance in grass skirts at the very end of the sketch. "Da ... Bears, Da Bears, Bears, Da Bulls, Da Bulls, Da Bulls, Da Bears!"