Late Night With Jimmy Fallon

Upside of Lindsay Lohan on 'SNL' was classic 'Debbie Downer' sketch

March 2, 2012 at 12:22 PM ET

Lindsay Lohan returns to host "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, and one of the upsides of that is Jimmy Fallon reminding us of a classic "Debbie Downer" sketch featuring the actress in 2004.

Lohan stopped by "Late Night" Thursday to talk about "SNL" and Fallon brought up the first ever airing of "Debbie Downer," a sketch starring Rachel Dratch as a character who always kills the happy mood of gatherings with bad news and negative facts.

Some of "SNL's" funniest moments come when the cast members can't control their own laughter during a bit, and this particular sketch featuring a family reunion at Disney World is a prime example. Lohan and Fallon both lose it along with cast members Amy Poehler, Horatio Sanz and Fred Armisen.

The actors were defenseless against every wounded trumpet sound and close-up of Dratch's tortured face as she killed the buzz of Disney with talk of global warming, terrorism and a train explosion in North Korea.

Watch the full sketch here:

"I was trying not to laugh," Fallon told Lohan on Thursday. "I know you were, but it made it worse," she replied.

Let's hope Lohan and the "SNL" gang can capture another moment to remember this Saturday.

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