'SNL' Drops Season 43 Blooper Reel With Donald Glover, Ryan Gosling, Charles Barkley & More: Watch

There's no doubting that Saturday Night Live season 43 delivered in the shorts department.

The team stepped up their game this year in terms of production and writing. From Kanye West and A Quiet Place to dolphin whispering, the level of ridiculousness hit a new peak. However, no matter how collected the celebrities, or seasoned the veterans, bloopers are bound to happen, just ask Charles Barkley. To commemorate these glorious moments of slip-ups, SNL has released Creating Saturday Night Live: Film Unit Outtakes 

There's something satisfying about watching Childish Gambino mastermind Donald Glover -- who is nominated for an Emmy for his appearance -- cracking up like a child while learning about the horrors of Kanye's slavery comments in the Quiet Place spoof. One of the most memorable shorts, "Papyrus," featuring Ryan Gosling, is full of awkward bloopers in which the Blade Runner 2049 star just cannot keep a straight face while obsessing over Avatar fonts. Unsurprisingly, NBA legend Barkley makes up much of the reel, blurting out obscenities every time he forgets his lines. 

Besides the celebrities, veterans like Tracy Morgan, Bill Hader, and Kate McKinnon make plenty of appearances as well. McKinnon talking about a dolphin saying "Despacito," is the blooper reel content SNL audiences deserve. 

Check out the reel below.