This year marks the 40th birthday of Saturday Night Live, and NBC is celebrating the occasion by unlocking the sketch show’s storied archive. On a new mobile app, SNL fans can watch more than 300 hours of content from the show.
The 300+ hours of video span the entire 40-year history of the late-night program. According to Variety, there are more than 5,500 sketches available on the app–everything from “More Cowbell” to “Celebrity Jeopardy.” In order to hone in on particular clips, a central menu allows users to sort by specific seasons, cast members, or episodes.
The app also comes with some bonus features, such as a collection of emojis based on SNL.
For SNL fans who prefer browser-based laughs, the show’s archives are also open at Yahoo Screen, where they’ve been available since 2013. A separate 2013 deal brought SNL clips to international viewers through ZEFR.
The SNL app is currently available from the App Store. An Android version will debut “soon.”