With the news that longtime "SNL" cast member Andy Samberg will not be returning to the show next season, we decided to look back at the funniest moments in his career so far. He is of course most well known for the now-famous "SNL" Digital Shorts that he created with fellow members of The Lonely Island, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone, but he has also been in plenty of other classic sketches and online videos.

Check out Samberg's funniest moments so far, stretching from The Lonely Island's early work on YouTube through his seven-year stint on "SNL." With smash hits like "D**k In A Box," "I Just Had Sex," and "Lazy Sunday," Samberg has already put together a pretty incredible resume (The Lonely Island's YouTube videos have racked up close to 1 billion views). Don't forget to vote for your favorite video!

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  • Lazy Sunday

    The one that started it all.

  • Mark Wahlberg Talks To Animals

    Say hi to your mother for me, alright?

  • Shy Ronnie

    Speak up.

  • I'm On A Boat

    Poseidon, look at me!

  • Basketball Commentators

    Nothing but the bottom of the net!

  • Mark Spitz

    7-time Olympic gold medalist Mark Spitz.

  • People Getting Punched Right Before Eating

    Believe in your dreams.

  • Ka-Blamo!

    That's ka-blamo!

  • Laser Cats

    Who will win in a world of laser cats?

  • The Backseatsman

    You can always count on the backseatsman.

  • 100th Digital Short

    Time to celebrate.

  • Andy Popping Into Frame

    Don't pop into his frame.

  • Dear Sister

    Way better than the O.C. version.

  • Nicolas Cage

    Nicolas Cage will steal the Declaration Of Independence.

  • Like A Boss

    He's the boss.

  • D**k In A Box

    The classic R&B hit.

  • Jack Sparrow

    Turns out Michael Bolton is a major cinephile.

  • Boombox

    A boombox can change the world.

  • Football Town

    All Johnny ever wanted to do was play ball.

  • I Just Had Sex

    Sometimes something beautiful happens in this world.

  • On The Ground

    Happy birthday to the ground.

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