The season finale features an animated lampoon of "Transformers." Also: Donald Trump plays the titular role in "Forrest Gump"; William Shatner sneaks his way into a new "Star Trek" film; Jack Nicholson hawks a pillow-fight kit; and "Star Wars" characters run afoul of airport security.
A parody of sportsters Charles Barkley and Shaquille O'Neal hosting a political show. In addition, chronologically challenged Harrison Ford and Sean Connery try to perform their own movie stunts; the fur flies when Dave Chappelle purchases a pooch; William Shatner, Morgan Freeman and Rip Torn dish while dining; and George W. Bush authors his memoirs.
A mimicking nod to Pat O'Brien features the TV host interviewing 1980s stars. In addition, William Shatner's jealousy rises over other sci-fi characters; Robert De Niro offers inappropriate verbiage; Al Pacino opines about the roles he never played; and James Gandolfini hosts a commercial for New Jersey tourism.
Frank mimics John Madden, who adds high-octane commentary to a car-themed video game. Also spoofed: Jay Leno enters therapy following his show's finale; Morgan Freeman narrates an adult film; Tom Brokaw goes undercover; and Sean Connery is roasted. Comic actor Pat Kilbane makes an appearance.
Frank poses as a resigning George W. Bush. Elsewhere, William Shatner holds court as a judge; Bill Clinton hosts a talk show; Mel Gibson reshoots his films in various languages; Al Gore offers green pointers; Jack Nicholson peddles a workout video; and Terry Bradshaw pitches pharmaceuticals.
A skewering of Jay Leno's final show features portrayals of Harrison Ford, Dave Chappelle and Amy Winehouse. Other spoofs include James Gandolfini starring in an international commercial; John Madden getting lost trying to explain TV's "Lost"; and David Letterman appearing on "Caliendo Squares."
Frank performs as Donald Trump, who offers parenting tips. In addition: William Shatner gets charitable; "The Office" meets "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"; and a middle-aged rockers camp features Paul Shaffer, Ozzy Osbourne and Ice-T. Also: an animated piece in which politics and Scooby-Doo mix. Appearing: Mo Collins.
Frank plays George W. Bush, who promises plenty of "comedy skitification" and "impressionations" while hosting a politically themed episode. Spoofs include Harrison Ford, Samuel L. Jackson and James Gandolfini acting as U.S. president; a tour of the Oval Office; and Bush administration bloopers and blunders. Also impersonated: John McCain, Barack Obama and Tom Brokaw.
Frank imitates Charles Barkley hosting a political show with Shaquille O'Neal, and portrays Rush Limbaugh in his nascent days as a disco-music DJ. Also spoofed: John McCain, who futilely searches for celebrities to endorse him; Al Gore, who gets spooky at Halloween; and actors who audition to voice a cartoon movie.
Impressionist Frank Caliendo portrays Oliver Stone, who follows up his film "W" with a movie about the Clinton-Lewinsky debacle. Other spoofs include James Gandolfini hosting a show about puppies; "Star Wars" characters visiting a diner; and John McCain pitching to be president.
Frank Caliendo jingles all the way in a holiday edition, mimicking Dr. Phil at a backstage Christmas soiree. Caliendo also impersonates a ranting Andy Rooney; Charles Barkley hosting a talk show; and Al Gore previewing his newest film.
Frank portrays a manic Robin Williams, who tries to dominate the show, and offers a satirical doctoring of the series “Grey's Anatomy.” Also: spoofs of Al Pacino and Bill Clinton, plus appearances by sports figures Ernie Johnson and Kenny Smith.
Frank Caliendo imitates President George W. Bush attempting to hold a press conference. Also: an impersonation of Donald Trump, who headlines a one-man stage show; and William Shatner, who plays a TV judge.
Impressionist Frank Caliendo takes on President George W. Bush, who serves up a romantic dinner in the Oval Office. Also: Caliendo plays Al Pacino and Robert De Niro as movie critics; and Sean Connery as a smooth pick-up artist.