Betty White 'Saturday Night Live': What you didn't see

betty-white-snl-bronx-beat-320.jpgCan't get enough of Betty White on "Saturday Night Live"? Well, you might change your mind after watching these unaired sketches.

Apparently, there wasn't enough time to fit in all the sketches, so these three shot during dress rehearsals are web-only exclusives.

For the most part, we can see why they were cut from the show. The range from okay to bad, but we do have to say that White is the best part of each of them.

In "Bronx Beat," Amy Poehler and Maya Rudolph's characters are Bronx talk show hosts when Betty White comes on as a guest for Mother's Day.

We absolutely love how cute White looks in her faux snakeskin jacket, and she has a great line when she explains what YOGA stands for.



Next, we have the Joyologist sketch, and Ana Gasteyer and Molly Shannon do their quirky best for another talk show, "Pretty Living," but it's pretty darn painful. Even when White comes in at the 3 minute mark, it's not that great.



Finally, with Rachel Dratch back for the show, we of course had to have another "Debbie Downer" episode. This time around, she crashes a naughty nightie party with the expected results.



What do you think of these unaired skits? Happy they were cut or would you been fine with them being included?

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