With election season upon us, most people are buckling down and trying to choose between voting for Barack Obama or Mitt Romney. But some people march to the beat of a different drummer -- some people are still undecided.

And those people don't want to be left out of the campaign ad circuit just because they're not committed to a candidate yet. They have concerns too, man!

So "Saturday Night Live" took the initiative to give America's undecided voters a commercial of their own this week, and it came out pretty well.

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  • The Californians

    In this dress rehearsal sketch on Kristen Wiig's finale episode, Bill Hader can NOT keep it together.

  • Debbie Downer

    This sketch lives on as one of the most famous instances of the entire cast losing it.

  • Jeffrey's

    Just wait until Horatio Sanz comes in...

  • Stefon

    The secret behind Stefon's hilarious breaks? That would be writer John Mulaney, who <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/30/bill-hader-bill-simmons-podcast-snl_n_1393587.html" target="_hplink">purposefully changes the cue cards</a> before showtime so that Hader can hardly believe what he's reading. In this edition, there's also the big Seth Meyers and Stefon kiss to crack up about.

  • The Barry Gibb Talk Show

    In this first edition of the great recurring Justin Timberlake/Jimmy Fallon sketch, you can see Timberlake lower his head in an attempt to mask his laughter. This just proves: when Fallon is in a sketch, he's either cracking up or making someone crack up.

  • Love-ahs

    At around 5:04, after Drew Barrymore joins the "hottub," Will Ferrell, Rachel Dratch and Jimmy Fallon can hardly get through the script.

  • Van Down By The River

    Young Christina Applegate and David Spade understandably crack up after just a few minutes with Chris Farley's iconic Matt Foley character.

  • Scared Straight

    Hilarity ensues when Jason Sudeikis slightly misses the desk at the end.

  • Aquarium Guys

    At around the 4:15 mark, notorious breaker Jimmy Fallon and Horatio Sanz completely lose it.

  • Extremely Stupid

    At around the :43 second mark, Candace Bergen forgets Gilda Radner's character's name and pretty much never recovers.

  • More Cowbell

    This sketch became such an instant Will Ferrell classic that it's easy to forget how Jimmy Fallon giggled through almost the entire thing.

  • Super Showcase

    Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph save this drowning sketch with their inability to hold it together.

  • The Leatherman

    Once again, Jimmy Fallon supplies the giggles through the entire sketch, but it's still terrific.

  • Cork Soakers

    Janet Jackson has a little trouble with the wordplay.

  • Gus Chiggins (Dress Rehearsal)

    It's really a travesty that this sketch never made it to air!

  • Debbie Downer (Again)

    Watch until end to hear Ben Affleck attempt to deliver lines in a high-pitched whimper.

  • Garth and Kat

    Due to the improvised nature of the bit, Kristen Wiig and Fred Armisen almost never get through "Garth and Kat" without a few breaks.

  • Dad & Son Go Hunting

    After a missed sound effect around the 1:18 mark, you can tell that Dana Carvey and Will Ferrell have to try hard not to lose it.

  • Bonus: Phil Hartman Bloopers

    We couldn't find each of these online, so here's a compilation of some of Hartman's funniest bloopers.

  • Bonus: Chris Farley Bloopers

    Farley had too many unexpectedly funny moments on "SNL." This video captures some of his best bloopers and breaks.