This weekend's "Saturday Night Live" had a bevy of guest stars and returning alums, but one former "SNL" actor was peeved about being left out.

Tim Meadows, a cast member on the show from 1991 to 2000, posted a series of rants on Facebook after Saturday's episode saying he was mad for not being invited back to play a character in sketch he used to be a regular in.

"They did Brasky with out me?" Meadows said, referring to a character in the sketch. "Not even a 'hey would you want to come to do one line and bring your kids to see the 5 directions??' Nothing? Wow?."

Meadows went on: "I guess it just dawned on me that I mean NOTHING to them ? I'm not in Anchor Man and I'm not promoting a show so who would want to pay for me to fly to NYC. I'm nobody. NOBODY!!"

He added: "I will never watch SNL again. ? F--- them."

Still, Meadows later recanted his remarks, saying, "I feel better after a Mimosa I take back everything I said before!"

ABesides "SNL", Meadows, 52, was best known for starring in the major flop "The Ladies Man," which made back less than half its budget in 2000."