How Many Episodes Of "Saturday Night Live" Have You Seen?

(1975-) A famous guest host stars in parodies and sketches created by the cast of this witty show.

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    Season 1

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    George Carlin/Billy Preston/Janis Ian (1975)
    The host for the episode is George Carlin, and the musical guests are Billy Preston and Janis Ian. The skits for this episode are as follows: an ESL teacher gives increasingly bizarre sentences to his student, who repeats his every word; until the teacher suffers a fatal heart attack, and the student dutifully acts out an identical "death". New Dad Insurance offers bereaved families a new father to take the place of their deceased one. A distraught rape victim in a courtroom describes the attacker's words in writing, which then confuses an inattentive jurist. Andy Kaufman sings along with a Mighty Mouse record. A reporter interviews the victim of a shark bite who, despite his claims to the contrary, obviously still has all his limbs. Two men, claiming to be a married couple, discuss the benefits of a new vitamin product called Jamitol. A mock ad for pain-reliever Triopenin plays up the product's child-proof caps. Albert Brooks presents a documentary titled "The Impossible Truth," in which he presents several shocking news stories. In the maternity ward of a hospital for bees, father bees anxiously wait to find out if their children will be drones or workers. The Academy of Better Careers offers people an exciting new life answering telephones. Valri Bromfield presents a monologue as a volleyball coach giving some very personal advice to her players before a game. In a mock commercial parodying Lark cigarettes, a truck rolls through town asking people to show their guns. A home security system installer breaks into a couple's home and scares them to death to demonstrate how much they need an alarm installed. Finally, another mock commercial presents 3-bladed razors as an absolute household necessity. During the show, George Carlin performs monologues on blue food, religion, baseball vs. football, and other observations. During the Weekend Update, Chevy Chase reports about President Ford blowing his nose and Emperor Hirohito visiting Disneyland. Billy Preston performs "Nothing from Nothing" and "Fancy Lady," while Janis Ian performs "At Seventeen" and "In the Winter".
     
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    Paul Simon/Randy Newman/Phoebe Snow (1975)
    The host for the episode is Paul Simon, and the musical guests are Randy Newman and Phoebe Snow. The skits for this episode are as follows: former Chicago Seven member Billy Rubin pitches graffiti wallpaper. The Bees are informed by Paul Simon that their skit has been cut from this week's show. Albert Brooks presents a film of failed Candid Camera-style stunts. A mock commercial demonstrates the strength of Try-Hard batteries in a head-to-head contest powering pacemakers. During the Weekend Update, Chevy Chase reports about President's Ford's car accident and Muhammad Ali's newest name change, while Marv Albert reports on a basketball game between Paul Simon and Connie Hawkins.Paul Simon performs "Still Crazy After All These Years," "Marie," "My Little Town," "American Tune," "Loves Me Like a Rock" (with Jesse Dixon), "The Boxer" (with Art Garfunkel), "Scarborough Fair" (with Art Garfunkel), and "Gone at Last" (with Phoebe Snow and Jesse Dixon). Randy Newman performs "Sail Away". Art Garfunkel performs "I Only Have Eyes for You". Phoebe Snow performs "No Regrets".
     
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    Rob Reiner (1975)
    The host for the episode is Rob Reiner, but there is no musical guest. The skits for this episode are as follows: a man in a wheelchair inadvertently discovers he can walk, but is unable to repeat the miraculous feat. Rob Reiner performs a number of lounge-singer acts. The National Pancreas Association stresses the importance of taking good care of your pancreas. Rob Reiner, together with his wife Penny Marshall, honors some of the more popular fashion faux-pas. The Golden Needles voodoo acupuncture technique offers healing without surgery. Andy Kaufmann sings along with a record of Pop Goes the Weasel. In an interview with Squeaky Fromme, Fromme keeps trying to assassinate the interviewer, only to fail each time. Dance group The Lockers perform a comic dance. A man speaks out against defamation of droolers. An ad for a moving company promotes their skill at moving people from place to place, though not their belongings. A pair of nuns attempt to emcee their church's talent night. Albert Brooks presents a film about heart surgery. Gilda Radner recites a list of things she ate that day. Rob Reiner blows up at having his ending skit interrupted by the Bees, only to have his rant backfire. During the Weekend Update, Don Pardo is kidnapped and used by the kidnappers to announce their demands.
     
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    Candice Bergen/Esther Phillips (1975)
    The host for the episode is Candice Bergen, and the musical guest is Esther Phillips. The skits for this episode are as follows: President Ford gives an accident-laden introduction to the show. Candice Bergen is interrupted during her monologue by one of the Bees. A commercial informs viewers of the opportunities for wealth by becoming an ambassador. A man demanding to see his CIA file is faced with a seemingly insurmountable pile of disarray. A special on intelligent animals profiles the dangerous land shark. A gay man has fond memories of dressing in his mother's clothes. Catherine Deneuve endorses Chanel perfume. Andy Kaufman's foreign man character attempts to entertain the audience, but bombs terribly. Albert Brooks presents previews of new shows for the coming TV season, including an over-dramatic medical series, a show about a frustrated man living with two women, and a Vietnam vet who becomes a veterinarian. A strange man makes a crank call to an airline and begins talking about torturing the receptionist. A reporter interviewing a third-world dictator keeps playing practical jokes on the leader. A talk show host interviews a controversial black author who is very obviously white. Two men discuss whether one should bring his girlfriend home for Thanksgiving while they play Pong. Esther Phillips performs "What a Difference a Day Makes" and "I Can Stand a Little Rain".
     
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    Robert Klein/ABBA, Loudon Wainwright III (1975)
    The host for the episode is Robert Klein, and the musical guests are ABBA and Loudon Wainwright III. The skits for this episode are as follows: Sherry wins the Miss America beauty pageant, but refuses to accept the honor. Two men discuss the results of their latest mid-term exam while playing Pong. One of the Bees delivers an inspirational message for the Bicentennial about moments in Bee history. An interviewer asks Greg Allman about his love life, but Allman keeps trying to steer the conversation elsewhere. Director Sam Peckinpah describes his vision to a new actress, steadily brutalizing her in the process. A parody ad for Jamitol features a husband and his exhausted wife. An exterminator, horrified at the prospect of killing, shows his partner a film about the history of cockroaches. Gilda Radner offers viewers a number of fire safety tips. A commercial offers viewers a way to save money when shopping with their own pricing gun. Emily Litella appears to pitch her new book. During the Weekend Update, Chevy Chase reports on President Ford bumping his head on a little girl, George Wallace's next run for president, and the execution of David and Julia Eisenhower. Robert Klein performs "I Can't Stop My Leg". Loudon Wainwright performs "Bicentennial" and "Unrequited to the Nth Degree". ABBA performs "S.O.S." and "Waterloo".
     
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    Lily Tomlin (1975)
    The host for the episode is Lily Tomlin, but there is no musical guest. The skits for this episode are as follows: President Ford attempts to speak to the American people while also answering the phones, and manages to hit his head and tumble over his desk. Beethoven, struggling to come up with a new symphony, creates "Tie a Yellow Ribbon," "My Girl" and "What'd I say?". The Land shark continues to prey on unsuspecting apartment dwellers, but just before the shark hunters can catch it, they are told to cut the skit short. A bellboy at the Atlanta Hotel is shocked to find a white woman and a black man staying together. Young Edith Ann talks about going ice skating with her dog. A commercial introduces Spud Beer for people whose electroshock therapy has rendered them senseless. Women starting work on a construction site take lessons in how to harass passing men. Patty Hearst receives a letter from one of her sorority sisters. A girl at a high school dance gossips with an unseen friend about their classmates. During the Weekend Update, Chevy Chase reports on CIA assassination attempts, Ronald Reagan's potential bid for the presidency, Franco's death, Eldridge Cleaver's return to America, and a new Peanuts character. Lily Tomlin performs "St. James Infirmary," "I Got You Babe" and "Bee Scat".
     
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    Richard Pryor/Gil Scott-Heron (1975)
    The host for the episode is Richard Pryor, and the musical guest is Gil Scott-Heron. The skits for this episode are as follows: Garrett Morris tricks Chevy Chase into taking a bad fall during a skit. Richard Pryor does an opening monologue about why he doesn't drink or take LSD. A man checks into a hotel managed by a samurai who speaks no English. A black author talks about his latest book in which he disguises himself as white. A woman tries to identify her attacker from a series of stacked line-ups. An interview for a job using word association turns racially tense. Two men discuss a hockey game while playing Pong. A father complaining that blacks are taking over is oblivious to the fact that his entire family has turned black. A major accidentally uses a piece of new equipment that was intended for emergencies. In a sequel to The Exorcist, Regan manages to push both priests over the edge. Albert Brooks tries to make another film while sick in bed. Richard Pryor witnesses a conspiracy theorist get gunned down just before announcing the truth about the JFK assassination. Shelly Pryor sings a song about carousel horses. During the Weekend Update, Chevy Chase comments on homosexuality in sports, Kissinger's accent, and Franco's continuing death. Emily Litella delivers an impassioned speech on busting children. Gil Scott-Heron performs "Johannesburg" and "A Lovely Day".
     
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    Candice Bergen/Martha Reeves/The Stylistics (1975)
    The host for the episode is Candice Bergen (her second appearance), and the musical guests are Martha Reeves and The Stylistics. The skits for this episode are as follows: President Ford delivers a special message for Christmas and falls out of a tree. An ad for a restaurant where customers can choose their cow, kill it and butcher it. A boy calls home from the police station to tell his parents he's killed 26 people. Candice Bergen invites people to send home movies to NBC, then shows her own movie of herself ice skating with the Bees. A young man comes out of the closet and admits to his family that he's an elf. A pair of strangers at a laundromat share a vicarious romance through their clothes. Two men discuss the prowess one of them has at pinball, while playing Pong. Gilda Radner lists off the things she ate at last year's Christmas. Margaret Kuhn delivers an inspirational message about growing old, and Gary Weiss presents a film about travelers returning home for the holidays. During the Weekend Update, Laraine Newman comments on the New Year's festivities, even though it's still a week early, while Chevy Chase reports from the wrong location and Emily Litella gets worked up over firing the handicapped. Martha Reeves performs "Higher & Higher" and "Silver Bells". The Stylistics perform "You Make Me Feel Brand New". Candice Bergen performs "Winter Wonderland".
     
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    Elliott Gould/Anne Murray (1976)
    The host for the episode is Elliott Gould, and the musical guest is Anne Murray. The skits for this episode are as follows: A quartet of dead musicians perform a piece. Elliott Gould sings during his opening monologue. Gilda Radner and Elliott profess their love for each other through the course of the show and get married. A housewife is caught off guard when a couple of workmen come to destroy her home. The Godfather talks about his feelings about the Tattaglia family in a group therapy session. A commercial presents Shimmer, a combination floor wax and dessert topping. Gary Weis presents a film on lounge singers performing "Misty". A family is trapped in their home by a swarm of killer bees, but before the matter can be resolved the cameras suddenly go off-balance. Forcing Lorne Michaels to confront a drunken control-room director. Albert Brooks presents a film about using audience research to judge his work. Two American Indians speak at a press conference to give their views on stereotyping. During the Weekend Update, Laraine Newman comments on toxic nerve agents, while Chevy Chase once again gets lost on his way to a story. Anne Murray performs "Long Distance Call" and "Boogie With You".
     
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    Buck Henry/Bill Withers, Toni Basil (1976)
    The host for the episode is Buck Henry, and the musical guests are Bill Withers, Toni Basil and The Blues Brothers. The skits for this episode are as follows: A suicide hot-line operator tries and fails to prevent a caller from killing himself. Buck Henry gives a self-effacing speech during the opening monologue, while notices superimposed on the screen tell the real story. A man orders a sandwich at a restaurant run by a samurai. President Ford learns of a new campaign strategy to make him look more intelligent. A speed-reading course is presented that helps people read faster, but not better. A sequel to Citizen Kane is presented in which a reporter investigates Kane's other last words. A mechanic tells his daughter nothing but automotive bedtime stories. Gary Weis presents a film with Buck Henry looking for the funniest person on the streets of New York. Michael O'Donoghue does an imitation of Michael Douglas with needles in his eyes. A spokesman for the American Constipation Society discusses the social pain that constipation causes. During the Weekend Update, Chevy Chase once again gets lost while tracking down a story, while a guest commentator rails against masturbation. Bill Withers performs "Ain't No Sunshine". Toni Basil performs "Wham Re-Bop Boom Bam". The Blues Brothers perform "King Bee".
     
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    Peter Cook & Dudley Moore/Neil Sedaka (1976)
    The hosts for the episode are Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, and the musical guest is Neil Sedaka. The skits for this episode are as follows: A bomb squad is called in to investigate a mysterious package, but unfortunately does not defuse it in time. A casting director for a new Tarzan movie is faced with an aspiring actor auditioning for the lead role, despite having one leg. A maximum-security prison holds auditions for a production of Gigi, in which several of the inmates perform songs they've prepared. Don Pardo presents a luxury vacation plan from inside an elevator. A reporter interviews the owner of the Frog and Peach restaurant about their choice of cuisine. Gary Weis presents a film about novelty store items. A British version of Sonny & Cher sing their own rendition of "I Got You Babe" that turns nasty. A reporter conducts an interview with a male-impersonator actress named Sheila. A team of doctors decides to harvest a body for organs after their patient dies, even though the patient is raising protests. Matthew interviews a shepherd who saw the Baby Jesus for the new Gospel he's working on. During the Weekend Update, Chevy Chase gets a wrong number while trying to reach an Angolan prison, Emily Litella gets confused over Soviet Jewelry, and Laraine Newman conducts interviews in the street on the topic of abortion. Neil Sedaka performs "Breaking Up is Hard to Do" and "Lonely Night".
     
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    Dick Cavett/Jimmy Cliff (1976)
    The host for the episode is Dick Cavett, and the musical guest is Jimmy Cliff. The skits for this episode are as follows: Garrett Morris uses voodoo to get Chevy to fall down. Commercials attempt to draw students into The Dick Cavett School of Auto Refinishing and The Dick Cavett School of Hydroplane Operation. An accounting firm talks about just how far they'll go to lower their customers' tax bills. Dick Cavett does his version of "Our Town" about New York City, a swell place where crime is rampant and nothing works. Betty Ford gives a personal advice talk where she compares life's problems with dancing. Gary Weis presents a film about a tailor and a plastic surgeon altering each other. An author pitches his new book about pimping in Nebraska. For the Weekend Update, one of the reporters finally reaches Angola, where she is accosted by horny mercenaries, and Emily Litella expresses her displeasure over the Eagle Rights Amendment. Jimmy Cliff performs "The Harder They Come," "Many Rivers to Cross" and "Wahjaka Man".
     
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    Peter Boyle/Al Jarreau (1976)
    The host for the episode is Peter Boyle, and the musical guest is Al Jarreau. The skits for this episode are as follows: A restaurant customer in 1929 Chicago asks the waiter to park his car for him, sending the man into the St. Valentine's Day Massacre. Peter Boyle sings a love song to his girlfriend for the opening monologue, oblivious to the fact that she's making out with another man. The Samurais decide to get divorced and must go about splitting their assets, as well as dividing custody of their daughter. Three little girls lip-sync a Natalie Cole song. A pair of drugged-out hippies invite their neighbor in after he receives some of their mail. Ricardo Montalban pitches a new car that seems to be falling apart. The Bees take on the Wasps in a tag-team wrestling match. A reporter interviews "Mr. X", Richard Nixon in disguise, over his new activities. Gary Weis presents a film of children reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Two Brando impersonators have a quote duel. A woman convinces her suspicious husband that all the men he finds in their house are actually household appliances. Garrett Morris recites an obscene valentine for a shocked Gilda Radner. For the Weekend Update, Chevy Chase comments on Patty Hearst and the Winter Olympics, while Emily Litella rants about money spent on canker research. Al Jarreau performs "We Got By" and "Somebody's Watching You".
     
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    Desi Arnaz/Desi Arnaz, Jr. (1976)
    The host for the episode is Desi Arnaz, and the musical guest is Desi Arnaz, Jr. The skits for this episode are as follows: President Ford receives a word-association test from his psychiatrist that ends with him falling over. Desi Arnaz gives his opening monologue, in which he thanks the cast for the special cigars they gave him. Prisoner Ruben Carter talks about how he gets recognized in prison now because of his National Express card. A man receives consoling from his friends when his 40th birthday doesn't go as he had hoped. Vampire Luciana Vermicelli shares her beauty tips. Desi Arnaz recites Jabberwocky in a very heavy Cuban accent. Desi and his son share some of the initial failed ideas that were proposed before "I Love Lucy" was picked up by the network. An extremely white man named Very White attempts to perform a love song in a soul club. A gangster's wife, named Lucy, gives her husband the wrong gun. Lucy shares some of her more extreme costume ideas with Ethel before sneaking into Ricky's club. A Cuban acupuncture doctor uses cigars on his patients instead of needles. Lucy talks about the new book that her husband has coming out. Jane Curtain shares an important moment in American lesbian history. Desi Arnaz and Desi Arnaz, Jr. perform "Cuban Pete" and "Babalu".
     
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    Jill Clayburgh/Leon Redbone/The Singing Idlers (1976)
    Guest host Jill Clayburgh plays a crusading guidance counselor. Great Moments in Herstory celebrates women. Mr. Bill makes his first appearance. Leon Redbone and Andy Kaufman add to the fun.
     
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    Anthony Perkins/Betty Carter (1976)
    The host for the episode is Anthony Perkins, and the musical guest is Betty Carter. The skits for this episode are as follows: Chevy Chase delivers a long and rambling monologue in which he berates critics who claim the cast deliberately wastes time to fill up a 90-minute time slot. In his opening monologue, Anthony Perkins attempts to dispel the common perception that he is creepy, only to finish by eating a fly. President Ford shares his thoughts on marijuana usage. A new dominatrix cleaning service tries to whip lazy housewives into shape. Norman Bates pitches his new school of hotel management, only to be interrupted by his unseen mother. During the weekend update, John Belushi ponders why lions and lambs were chosen to represent March weather and what greater significance they may have, while Emily Litella gets upset over calls to preserve natural race horses. A student complains to her teacher about getting a literal Bee as her grade. A set of movie trailers advertise low-budget horror films in the style of Psycho. Other skits include land scarcity and intra-office extramarital romance. Betty Carter performs "Music, Maestro, Please", "Swing Brother Swing" and "I Can't Help It".
     
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    Ron Nessen/Patti Smith Group (1976)
    The host for the episode is press secretary to President Ford Ron Nessen, and the musical guest is Patti Smith. The skits for this episode are as follows: The opening act features a return of the dead string quartet. Ron Nessen's opening monologue includes a message from the actual President Ford. An ad for the Bass o' Matic promises a new way for viewers to enjoy bass. Nessen asks the president for permission to appear on a new comedy show, then briefs his boss on his daily schedule. A string of jam advertisers pitch products with increasingly disgusting names, since they must taste good to sound so repulsive. A number of skits feature historic figures like Catherine the Great, Oedipus and Thomas Jefferson. During the Weekend Update, Emily Litella becomes upset over presidential erections. Gary Weis presents a film about the dumps that handle New York's garbage, and the men who work there. An ad pitches new Autumn Fizz carbonated douche. Billy Crystal performs a stand-up routine about the old-time jazz greats he used to know. Re-run ads pitch graffiti wallpaper and Try-hard batteries. Patti Smith performs "Gloria" and "My Generation".
     
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    Raquel Welch/Phoebe Snow, John Sebastian (1976)
    Lorne Michaels tries to lure the Beatles onto the show. Baba Wawa makes her first appearance.
     
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    Madeline Kahn/Carly Simon (1976)
    The host for this episode is Madeline Kahn, and the musical guest is Carly Simon. The skits for this episode are as follows: Ronald Reagan attempts to demonstrate that he's in tune with modern black culture, only to get punched out by the musician he keeps inadvertently insulting. A preview for the upcoming series, Wilderness Comedian, presents a man who does stand-up comedy for animals. Baba Wawa attempts to interview Marlene Dietrich, but neither can understand what the other is saying. At a slumber party, several girls are disgusted by the thought of how babies are made. A spokesman for impoverished families in Namibia asks people to please donate their fondue sets. The Bride of Frankenstein gets up from her slab and sings "I Feel Pretty". During the Weekend Update, Emily Litella wonders why everyone is upset over violins on television. Pat Nixon drunkenly writes her memoirs about Richard's nervous breakdown during his final days in the White House. Madeline Kahn performs "Lost in the Stars" and Carly Simon performs "You're So Vain" and "Half a Chance".
     
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    Dyan Cannon/Leon & Mary Russell (1976)
    The host for the episode is Dyan Cannon, and the musical guests are Leon & Mary Russell. The skits for this episode are as follows: Chevy Chase, lying on his back after a tremendous fall, is informed that the control room clock was running fast and he'll have to do it all again to get it on air. During her opening monologue, Dyan Cannon confesses to a lifelong dream of being swept off her feet by a man on a white horse, and during the rest of the show, different male cast members attempt to re-interpret its meaning to make themselves her dream man. A woman takes a taste test to see which is better: a new diet soda or a glass of phlegm. Participants in a hearing test don't notice that their teacher has been taken hostage by a pair of wanted criminals. A husband catches her wife having an affair, but the woman and her lover make up an outrageous story to explain everything. A Bulgarian travel agent attempts to convince a woman to vacation in Bulgaria. During the Weekend Update, a man claims to have a new version of Howard Hughes' will. Anita Bryant attempts to pitch Florida orange juice while being held hostage in Beirut. A priest tries to deliver a funeral eulogy, but is interrupted by a bad case of hiccups. Roy Waddmaker attempts to sell bathwater of the stars. A soldier gets berated by his drill sergeant for repeatedly flubbing his lines in a recruitment ad. A teenage girl is hoping to make an impression on her dream date, but her parents discover that her date is actually three Hell's Angels. In an home movie, a hubcap thief gets caught up in his work and dragged around town by an oblivious driver. Leon and Mary Russell perform "Satisfy You" and "Daylight"(with John Belushi as Joe Cocker).
     
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    Buck Henry/Gordon Lightfoot (1976)
    The host for the episode is Buck Henry (his second appearance), and the musical guest is Gordon Lightfoot. The skits for this episode are as follows: Chevy Chase announces that because he broke his ankle accepting his Emmy Award, his fall will be done by Laraine Newman, but Laraine instead shoves him off the stage. Buck Henry is supposed to come on for his opening monologue, but is nowhere to be found; after a frantic search, the crew discovers that the security guards don't recognize him and won't let him in the building. Lounge singer Peter Lemon advertises a mood ring that changes color as he sings. The samurai tailor performs alterations on a customer's suit. The host of a call-in show tries to get more controversial when nobody calls him. A restaurant owner invites guest to try his all-toad cuisine. During the Weekend Update, the Patty Hearst trial is reenacted with fruit. Lorne Michaels repeats his offer to the Beatles, adding another $200 to the deal. Baba Wawa interviews film director Lina W. Gary Weis presents a film of Buck Henry interviewing people shopping for toilet seats. Jane Curtain interviews the author of a new sex book, only to find he is painfully shy. Garrett Morris sings "An Die Musik" and Michael O'Donaghue does an impression of Tony Orlando and Dawn with needles stuck in their eyes. Gordon Lightfoot performs "Summertime Dream" and "Spanish Moss".
     
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    Elliott Gould/Leon Redbone, Harlan Collins & Joyce Everson (1976)
    The host for the episode is Elliott Gould (his second appearance), and the musical guests are Leon Redbone (his second appearance), Harlan Collins and Joyce Everson. The skits for this episode include scenes inside a wax museum and a European poker player, as well as a presentation by Shirley Temple Black. Re-run ads inform viewers how they can join the fast-paced life of stand-by operators, and asks America to show their guns. A doctor warns a woman that she's been neglecting the proper care of her uvula. The crew of The Enterprise faces their final foe: network executives coming to announce that the series has been canceled. During the Weekend Update, Emily Litella lends Chevy Chase a hand in reading the news after one of the stories flops. An ad pitches the new Vibramatic personal massager for tense muscles. The Bees put on a performance of The Honeymooners. Leon Redbone performs "Shine On, Harvest Moon" and "Walking Stick" and Harlan Collins & Joyce Everson perform "Heaven Only Knows".
     
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    Louise Lasser/Preservation Hall Jazz Band (1976)
    The host for the episode is Louise Lasser, and the musical guest is The Preservation Hall Jazz Band. The skits for this episode are as follows: John Belushi and Chevy Chase have an argument over how the opening to the show should be done. After Louise Lasser's opening monologue, General Idi Amin comes on to warn viewers about the importance of checking oneself for V.D., using himself as an example of the effects of advanced-stage syphilis. In a parody of Swedish films, a couple involved in a secret affair fool death by sending him out for a pizza. An advertisement pitches potholders made from human hair. Chevy Chase presents the Weekend Update, with a special segment on Olga Korbut. Two teenage girls discuss the hazards of dating with a padded bra and whether they'd want to see a guy naked. The Preservation Hall Jazz Band performs "Panama".
     
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    Kris Kristofferson/Rita Coolidge (1976)
    The host for the episode is Kris Kristofferson, and the musical guest is Rita Coolidge. The skits for this episode are as follows: Kris Kristofferson sings "Help Me Make It Through The Night" after Chevy Chase falls out of bed, where he was with musical guest Rita Coolidge. After Kris' monologue, secretary Sherry Norwalk talks about how she got a job at SNL helping the writers come up with ideas by having sex with them. The Samurai general practitioner treats one of his patients. Jesse Owens presents a set of commemorative medals honoring white athletes. A clip from a new TV show called Police State is shown, about two cops in Los Angeles who respond to every call by killing anyone they encounter and then talking about where to go eat. Kris Kristofferson talks about how viewers can overcome the handicap of a good education to become successful country music stars. Kris gets reunited with the original Bobby McGee, only to find that she's now become a straight-laced suburban housewife married to a jealous handbag salesman. A woman gets set up for a blind date, only to discover that the date is her gynecologist. Two tramps wait around for a mysterious philosopher named Pardo. Kris Kristofferson performs "I've Got a Life of My Own", Rita Coolidge performs " Hula Hoop", and together they perform "Eddie the Eunuch".
     
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    Lily Tomlin/James Taylor (1976)
    The host for the episode is Lily Tomlin (her second appearance), and the musical guest is James Taylor. The skits for this episode are as follows: For the opening skit, everyone is waiting around for Lily Tomlin to arrive, but she shows up late and announces she's not going to bother rehearsing for the show. After Lily's opening monologue, she begins talking about what she really thinks of the show, thinking that her microphone is off. President Ford gets into a strange debate with Jimmy Carter. During the Weekend Update, Laraine Newman reports on an outbreak of Legionnaire's disease and Emily Litella wonders about crustaceans hijacking airplanes. Ernestine the operator talks about why phone service is unreliable and why they don't care. A housewife is persuaded to perform a series of increasingly bizarre stunts. Lily finishes the show performing The Antler Dance with the SNL band. James Taylor performs "Shower the People", "Road Runner" and "Sweet Baby James".
     
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    Norman Lear/Boz Scaggs (1976)
    The host for the episode is Norman Lear, and the musical guest is Boz Scaggs. The skits for this episode are as follows: Chevy Chase, in the hospital after injuring himself in the previous episode, coaches Gilda Radner through the opening via telephone. Norman Lear gets to hear what the actors in his shows really think of him. Jimmy Carter discusses lust in his heart and looks forward to more lusting as president. Norman Lear reviews the pilot of a new show about a family of snake handlers in Pittsburgh. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain discusses the Ford-Carter debate, Patty Hearst's sentencing, Elton John's sexuality and the sex lives of nuns, while Laraine Newman reports from Times Square for the upcoming Jewish New Year. The women of SNL sing a get-well song for Chevy, wishing he would fall for them. A spokesman from the U.S. Council of Standards and Measures talks about the advantages of switching over to metric time. A divorce lawyer gets rough with his client while trying to make her claims sound believable. Boz Scaggs performs "Low Down" and "What Can I Say?"
     
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    Eric Idle/Joe Cocker/Stuff (1976)
    The host is Eric Idle, and the musical guests are Joe Cocker and Stuff. The skits are as follows: A Chevy Chase impersonator attempts to do the opening fall. Eric Idle starts to perform a song, but is convinced by Jane Curtin to put it off until the end of the show. A young couple discusses assembling their new child with the help of a geneticist who presents them with bizarre options. A DJ attempts to work two stations simultaneously, maintaining opposite personas for each one. Baba Wawa talks to America about why she's leaving NBC. During the Weekend Update, Jane discusses the Norton-Ali fight, while Garrett Morris reports on the circumcision of Michelangelo's David. The Rutles trick Lorne Michaels into giving them the money for the Beatles reunion. Dan Aykroyd and Eric Idle dress up in drag, only to be told by John Belushi that American audiences don't find it funny. Dan and Eric begin drag racing, running around the studio in women's clothing. Jacques Cousteau talks about the care and feeding of fish, pouring all sorts of items into his fish tank. Ken Norton insists that he's a better boxer than Ali, despite losing the close-fought match. Erica Viedonagen ponders whether comedians from outer space visited Earth in the past. Two college guys talk about their math test while playing Pong. Joe Cocker performs "You Are So Beautiful" and "Feelin' Alright" (with John Belushi). Stuff performs "Foots".
     
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    Karen Black/John Prine (1976)
    The host for the episode is Karen Black, and the musical guest is John Prine. The skits for this episode are as follows: Chevy Chase returns after his injury and is pushed out of his wheelchair by John Belushi. Karen Black talks about her son and great mothers in history during her opening monologue. Baba Wawa interviews Indira Gandhi. Ford and Carter have another unusual debate. A re-run ad pitches amazing new triple-bladed razors. Amish crime fighters help out victims when catching crooks quickly isn't a priority. A wife feeds her husband Green Cross cupcakes since they're guaranteed not to cause cancer. Catherine the Great takes her horse as her new lover. A high school loser meets up with a former cheerleader at the lunch counter at Woolworth's and completely fails to make a good impression. Mr. Bill goes to a party where he suffers a variety of physical abuse. John Belushi sings "One for the Road" while a caption lists the number of crimes he's committed. John Prine performs "Hello in There" and "The Bottomless Lake". Karen Black sings "Ten Cents a Dance".
     
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    Steve Martin/Kinky Friedman (1976)
    The host for the episode is Steve Martin, and the musical guest is Kinky Friedman. The skits for this episode are as follows: The coach of the Yankees consoles his team after losing the World Series, and one of the players gives him their final decision. Chevy Chase attempts to make an endorsement for milk, but keeps adding in its less pleasant effects. An episode of Jeopardy from 1999 gives a look at some social changes in the future. During the Weekend Update, Chevy comments on Jimmy Carter's cross-dressing, the latest election poll results, a mafia funeral in a pizza oven, and a gorilla crashing an airplane. An ad features a new combination watch and German Shepherd. Several counter-culture acts perform in a late-50's beatnik café. Jane Curtain interviews the author of a book analyzing the connection between sexual activity and sports performance. Mary Tyler Moore gets murdered by Ted before their newscast as a prank. A new diet plan works by stranding dieters out in the wilderness with an Eskimo who steals their food. Kinky Friedman performs "Dear Abbie".
     
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    Buck Henry/The Band (1976)
    The host for the episode is Buck Henry (his third appearance), and the musical guest is The Band. The skits for this episode are as follows: The land shark makes its return, pretending to be a late trick-or-treater. In his opening monologue, Buck Henry praises the cast for being able to perform so professionally in light of how absolutely messed up their personal lives are. The samurai stockbroker loses one of his clients after a string of bad advice. Baba Wawa has a joint interview with First Ladies Betty Ford and Rosalynn Carter. Garrett Morris discuss his own roots, including some famous ancestors. Ford and Carter have another debate, this time in the form of a beauty pageant. During the Weekend Update, Chevy Chase presents some campaign ads that haven't been used yet, while Jane Curtain announces that Chevy will soon be leaving the show. A warlock pitches the new Bat-o-Matic potion maker. Ambassador Thorne searches for the real parents of Damien, the son of Satan. Garrett gives a report from the grave of Houdini for the 50th anniversary of his death and sees a ghost. Mr. Mike tells a bedtime story about a little Eskimo boy who freezes to death. The Band performs "Life is a Carnival", "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down", "Stage Fright" and "Georgia On My Mind".
     
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    Dick Cavett/Ry Cooder (1976)
    The host for the episode is Dick Cavett (his second appearance), and the musical guest is Ry Cooder. The skits for this episode are as follows: The Chroma-Trak girl gets her colors mixed up during broadcast. Dick Cavett fields questions from the audience during his opening monologue. John Dean looks back on Nixon trying to frame him for Watergate. During the Weekend Update, Laraine Newman reports on the death and cremation of Smokey the Bear. A marine walks down the street, looking to pick up a few good men. A psychiatrist makes house calls. The Bees talk about how they were able to overcome discrimination. Mr. Mike tells a bedtime story about a blind chicken. A pair of scientists look into the question of why some words are funnier than others. Ry Cooder performs "Tattler" and "He'll Have To Go".
     
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    Paul Simon/George Harrison (1976)
    The host for the episode is Paul Simon (his second appearance), and the musical guest is George Harrison. The skits for this episode are as follows: George Harrison feels that he should receive the $3000 Lorne Michaels promised the Beatles for appearing on the show, while Paul Simon has doubts about the costume he's been asked to wear. Paul Simon starts to sing "Still Crazy After All These Years" dressed as a turkey, but gives up halfway through and tells Lorne he won't do it. A housewife raves about mineral-packed Quarry cereal. Baba Wawa interviews Henry Kissenger. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain reports on contraceptives, expenditures by the Carter campaign, Morris the Cat's attempted suicide, and a new strain of gonorrhea. Rod Serling presents an episode of the Twilight Zone in which three actresses end up in a motel room with a television show presenter. A violent renegade named Billy Paul fights racism at an ice cream parlor. Paul Simon performs "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover", "Something So Right" and "Bridge Over Troubled Water". Paul Simon and George Harrison perform "Here Comes the Sun" and "Homeward Bound". George Harrison performs "Crackerbox Palace" and "This Song".
     
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    Jodie Foster/Brian Wilson (1976)
    The host for the episode is Jodie Foster, and the musical guest is Brian Wilson. The skits for this episode are as follows: Gilda Radner opens the show to explain why she won't be appearing much, while caption explain that she's been fired. Jodie Foster explains in her opening monologue that she's treated just like every other guest even though she's just 14. Chevy Chase advertises convenient feedbag dinners. Two Bees come into a girl's room claiming they're Peter Pan and Tinkerbee. Jodie demonstrates the new Puberty Helper to get teens through their awkward years. A man tries to get through the security gate at the airport, but his personal fetish causes a problem. An SNL fan is interviewed on why he likes the program. A schoolgirl with a crush on her teacher tries to say goodbye for the summer. For his 50th birthday, the cast re-enact the life of Don Pardo. A man is shocked to discover that his wife of six years isn't black. Mr. Mike tells Jodie a story about a little train that died. Brian Wilson performs "Back Home", "Love is a Woman" and "Good Vibrations".
     
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    Candice Bergen/Frank Zappa (1976)
    The host for the episode is Candice Bergen (her third appearance), and the musical guest is Frank Zappa. The skits for this episode are as follows: For the opening, Patty Hearst enjoys a Christmas back with her family. Instead of doing her opening monologue, Candice Bergen hides in her dressing room and has to be coaxed out by John Belushi doing a Humphrey Bogart impression. President-elect Carter admits he can't follow through on all the things he promised during the campaign. A pitchman convinces a woman to use Santi-Wrap before sitting on the lap of a disreputable Santa. Irwin Mainway defends the safety of his company's obviously unsafe toys. A re-run ad promotes saving money with your own pricing gun. A woman defends her right to be extremely stupid. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain's husband urges her to quit SNL and come home, after which Jane comments on Amy Carter, Olga Korbut's marriage and the killing of Rudolph the Reindeer, while Emily Litella doesn't think people should give money to unisex. Candice advertises an instant camera that dispenses cheese slices. Two police officers investigate a string of murders perpetrated by trees. Candice announces that John has no place to spend Christmas and asks someone to adopt him for the holiday. The cast perform a song hoping that Gary Gilmore gets his wish to be executed as soon as possible. Frank Zappa performs "The Slime", "Lagoon" and "Peaches & Regalia".
     
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    Ralph Nader/George Benson (1977)
    The host for the episode is Ralph Nader, and the musical guest is George Benson. The skits for this episode are as follows: Ralph Nader announces that he's going to relax and have fun for this week's show, but soon begins lecturing everyone on safety hazards throughout the studio. During Ralph's opening monologue, he rails against NBC's parent corporation, RCA, only to be cut off by a technical glitch. A grandfather waiting for his grandson to call starts ranting about the boy's thoughtlessness. A convict goes through a dress rehearsal for a televised execution. Baba Wawa pitches her new show featuring her talking to herself. Ralph has a dream in which President Carter explains his plan to revive the Confederacy. During the Weekend Update, John Belushi calls in to complain that nobody's visited him in the hospital and gets upset that everyone is so happy that Bill Murray has joined the cast, Jane Curtain reports on the change in administrations and the sentencing of Claudine Longet, and Emily Litella wonders why people want to make Puerto Rico a steak. Andy Kaufman performs several Elvis songs. Beldar and Prymaat Conehead explain the family's origins to their daughter Connie before her big date. Ralph performs stress tests on inflatable sex dolls. Teens ask Ralph questions about himself and his work that belie their lack of awareness. George Benson performs "Masquerade" and "Gonna Love You More".
     
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    Ruth Gordon/Chuck Berry (1977)
    The host for the episode is Ruth Gordon, and the musical guest is Chuck Berry. The skits for this episode are as follows: John Belushi's doctor announces that he will cut off the cast's drug supply if they don't put John in tonight's show. Barbra Streisand performs a song that's all about herself. Emily Litella visits with her sister to talk about current events. Dino De Laurentiis gives an interview with Tom Snyder about his new remake of King Kong, claiming that his ape was much easier to work with than the original Kong. During the Weekend Update, Laraine Newman interviews President Carter's mother, and Jane Curtin reports on the inauguration, a restaurant hold up, and elections in India, then scolds Emily Litella for not preparing a report this week. In a Gary Weis film, Garrett Morris' girlfriend complains about his long absences. An elderly woman takes a job as a hooker. A little girl and her babysitter compare notes on where babies come from. Mr. Bill gets chopped apart by Sluggo the Magician. Ricky Jay performs several magic tricks for the audience. E. Buzz Miller gets turned on by an anthropologist's film about a remote native tribe. Mr. Mike tells a bedtime story about a worm who gets run over by a truck. Chuck Berry performs "Johnny B. Goode" and "Marie & Carol".
     
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    Fran Tarkenton/Leo Sayer, Donnie Harper and the Voices of Tomorrow (1977)
    The host for the episode is Fran Tarkenton, and the musical guests are Leo Sayer and The Donny Harper Singers. The skits for this episode are as follows: John Belushi gives Fran Tarkenton a pre-game pep talk. Bill Murray provides color commentary as Fran sings "Feelings" for his opening monologue. A salesman pitches multi-purpose Swiss Army guns. Amy Carter goes to class and uses the Secret Service to cheat on a quiz. A football coach sends his player back in the game, despite his missing a limb. Garrett Morris interviews Fran on the subject of black quarterbacks. A husband and wife open a restaurant in their home, but their constant fighting disrupts the mood. Fran pitches an anabolic steroid cereal. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain responds to critics who don't think the show is sexy enough, and comments on women priests and Gerald Ford's post-president activities. An appeal to the community is made to help get John Belushi off the streets. John and Fran do a sketch in a hotel room together, but John keeps trying to show Fran how to do it right. An ad presents perfumes tailored to different types of women. A woman tries to explain her purchases to a credit claims reviewer, but they end up in a one-upmanship competition. Leo Sayer performs "When I Need You" and "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing", and The Donny Harper Singers perform "Sing a Song".
     
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    Live from Mardi Gras (1977)
    There's no host for this broadcast. Randy Newman is the musical guest for this episode, which is performed live in New Orleans for the Mardi Gras celebration. The skits for this episode are as follows: President Carter attempts to inspire Americans with a speech delivered from the rear end of a statue of Andrew Jackson on his horse, while Rosalyn frets over the fact that Jimmy has been up there for two days. For his opening monologue, Randy Newman sings about the floods that damaged New Orleans, then announces that SNL teams are in place to cover the passing of the Bacchus Parade. Jane Curtain and Buck Henry report on the crowds in the street, then watch the traditional 'Let's hit Al Hirt in the Mouth with a Brick!' contest, in which Al Hirt gets pelted with debris as he attempts to play the trumpet. A repeat ad pitches Quarry, the breakfast cereal made entirely of minerals. Three women complain about the lack of men at the parade, then get picked up by a gang of biker bees. Garrett Morris performs a selection of songs by Fats Domino, but can only play the same bar of music for each. A Gary Weis film features an interview with a man who paints above-ground tombs in a cemetery. Tom Snyder stands in front of the Pink Lady strip club, where he interviews a bouncer named Honker and a dancer named Velocity. As Buck and Jane continue to wait for the Bacchus Parade to arrive, Baba Wawa interviews Henry Winkler on how he separates his own persona from his character, The Fonz. Ricky Mussolini performs a re-enactment of his grandfather's historic visit to New Orleans. Eric Idle attempts to interview Mardi Gras revelers, but the French Quarter café he's in is completely deserted. Another Gary Weis film shows a montage of signs all using the word Dixie. Penny Marshall reports from the Krewe of Apollo Ball, where all the attendees, both débutantes and escorts, are men. Stanley Kowalski stands in the street shouting for Stella, only to find he's in front of the wrong building. Paul Schaffer sings the Antler Dance song, while Mr. Mike dances and gets pelted with objects from the crowds. For the Weekend Update, Garrett Morris receives the combination to the city from Mayor Landrieau, Evel Kenivel jumps the Mardi Gras parade in his hospital bed, Larraine Newman interviews a man carrying on the Mardi Gras tradition of taping mice to his eyes, and Emily Litella interviews a liver-boat captain. Captain Jean Lafitte insists that, despite his historical reputation, he is not a pirate. Back at the Krewe of Apollo Ball Penny Williams and Cindy Marshall report on the crowning of the Queen of the Ball. Back on the parade route, Buck and Jane give up on the Bacchus Parade showing up, and wish everyone a good night. Randy Newman performs "Louisiana 1927", "Marie", "Kingfish" and "Sail Away", and The New Leviathan Oriental Fox Trot Orchestra performs "Rebecca Came Back From Mecca".
     
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    Steve Martin/The Kinks (1977)
    The host for the episode is Steve Martin (his second appearance), and the musical guest is The Kinks. The skits for this episode are as follows: Steve gets hostility from the cast over his treatment of Gilda since the last show. For his opening monologue, Steve gets happy feet, talks about his goals, then mentions what drugs he and the cast are going to take after the show. The Coneheads receive a visit from the IRS. Jackie Onassis enters a celebrity weightlifting contest. A diet book promises weight loss by using the pages of the book itself as meals. A doctor advises parents to pull the plug on their comatose son, only to have him wake up just as they are about to do it. A celebrity bingo game can't get started because all the time is wasted making introductions. Alex Haley talks about some of his lesser known ancestors. A couple who meet in a singles bar share all the same bizarre quirks. The Kinks perform "You Really Got Me Going", "All Day And All of the Night", "Well-Respected Man", "Lola" and "Sleepwalker".
     
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    Sissy Spacek/Richard Baskin (1977)
    The host for the episode is Sissy Spacek, and the musical guest is Richard Baskin. The skits for this episode are as follows: Following the death of director Dave Wilson, the show's future is in jeopardy. Sissy Spacek performs a baton twirling scene that was cut from Carrie. A burger restaurant prepares burgers according to the customers' bizarre specifications. President Carter answers call-in questions with very specific answers. A doctor is interviewed about a condition called quintlexia, which he suffers from. John Belushi announces that he's retiring from show business to train for the Olympic decathlon. During the Weekend Update, Muhammad Ali announces that he's making his own Rocky-style movie, and Emily Litella wonders why anyone cares about endangered feces. Al Franken and Tom Davis report the news live from World War III. Three women suffer from Gidget's Disease, causing intolerable cuteness. Leonard Pinth-Garnell presents 'The Millkeeper', a Bad Playhouse Production. Richard Baskin performs "One I Love You" (with Sissy Spacek) and "City of One Night Stands".
     
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    Broderick Crawford/Levon Helm/Dr. John/The Meters (1977)
    The host for the episode is Broderick Crawford, and the musical guests are Levon Helm, Dr. John and The Meters. The skits for this episode are as follows: Rhonda Weiss and the Rhondettes sing a goodbye song to saccharine. Broderick Crawford recounts his first failed attempt to work for NBC. The samurai hit-man carries out his work disguised as a chef at Benihana. Mel's Hide Heaven lets people pick the animal they want their clothes made from. Bill Murray makes a plea to the audience for more support. A parody of I Love Lucy has Lucy putting whipped cream on nuclear warheads as they come down a conveyor belt and not being able to keep up. During the Weekend Update, John Belushi talks about the luck of the Irish and whips himself into a raging frenzy. A Siamese twin holds his twin brother hostage in a police standoff. Baba Wawa does an interview with Godzilla. President Nixon seeks advice and solace from J. Edgar Hoover. Dr. John performs "Sing, Sing, Sing", Levon Helm performs "Ain't That a Lot of Love" and The Meters perform "I Got to Get My Name Up in Lights".
     
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    Jack Burns/Santana (1977)
    The host for the episode is Jack Burns, and the musical guest is Santana. The skits for this episode are as follows: John Belushi holds the network hostage and has to be tricked into saying the opening lines. Jack Burns gets to touch himself during the opening monologue. The Farbers invite the Coneheads over for drinks and dinner. A marine couple is married by a tough chaplain. Eliot Ness overthrows Indira Gandhi as part of the Untouchables. During the Weekend Update, the winners of the Oscars are announced from envelopes stolen before the ceremony. A pharmacist prescribes leeches for all his customers. Jack ruins a skit about a despondent businessman committing suicide and the rest of the cast all heckle him. Ricardo Montalban introduces a panty-gram service to send messages to friends and loved ones. Santana performs "Black Magic Woman" and "Europa".
     
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    Julian Bond/Tom Waits, Brick (1977)
    The host for the episode is Julian Bond, and the musical guests are Tom Waits and Brick. The skits for this episode are as follows: Emily Litella sings that her lover makes her feel like a national woman. An accountant advertises his tax preparation services from behind bars. On Black Perspectives, Julian Bond explains that light-skinned blacks are smarter than dark-skinned blacks. The mysterious Dr. X helps counsel a family through their problems. A model for Ebony advertises a hair lustre that comes in a fist-shaped can. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain is drowned out by the noise of a passing Concorde. In an ad for soup, the narrator forces a little girl to stick corn up her nose. Leonard Plith-Garnell reviews bad cinema. The Farbers talk to Julian Bond about racial tolerance. Mr. Mike tells his version of the Brer Rabbit story to Uncle Remus, in which the folk hero is skinned and eaten. Patti Smith talks about censorship in a Gary Weis film. George Wallace tries to rehabilitate the South's tarnished image. Tom Waits performs "Eggs & Sausages" and Brick performs "Dazz".
     
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    Elliott Gould/Kate & Anna McGarrigle/Roslyn Kind (1977)
    The host for the episode is Eliott Gould (his third appearance), and the musical guests are Kate & Anna McGarrigle and Roslyn Kind. The skits for this episode are as follows: Soviet Premier Brezhnev negotiates an appearance on the Tonight Show. Eliot Gould sings "The Castration Walk" for his open monologue. The Coneheads have 35 phones installed in their house, and receive an emissary from Remulak who asks about their progress. A men's advocacy group offers inspirational advice for men, as well as a rape hot-line. During the Weekend Update, Bill Murray reports on an anti-porn rally, while John Belushi describes weather for shut-ins. Lounge singer Nick performs for a resort audience. A face bank keeps donated faces to give to the faceless. A Gary Weis film shows fights at sporting events to the tune of "America the Beautiful". A customer must go through a series of strict security tests to use an ATM. Kate & Anna McGarrigle perform "Kiss & Say Goodbye" and "Heart Like a Wheel". Roslyn Kind performs "I'm Not Anyone".
     
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    Eric Idle/Neil Innes (1977)
    The host for the episode is Eric Idle (his second appearance), and the musical guests are Alan Price and Neil Innes. The skits for this episode are as follows: A British soldier interrogates an Irish prisoner by torturing a potato. During his opening monologue, Eric Idle joins the Queen in hosting a telethon to help save England, and over the course of the show manages to raise $20. The pot growers of America urge everyone to buy locally. Nixon gives an interview to David Frost but turns out to be terribly boring. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain reports on an iceberg floating from Antarctica, Alex Haley being accused of plagiarism, and Groucho Marx's former manager, Bill Murray talks about punishing schoolgirls, and Emily Litella confesses her love for Tom Snyder. Two boxers face off to get the most laughs. A low budget film depicts the Battle of Britain. A host and guest conduct an interview based solely of nonsense words. Alan Price performs "Poor People" and Neil Innes performs "Cheese & Onions" and "Shangri-La".
     
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    Shelley Duvall/Joan Armatrading (1977)
    The host for the episode is Shelley Duvall, and the musical guest is Joan Armatrading. The skits for this episode are as follows: The opening act is interrupted by an announcement that NBC wants to get their money's worth out of the recent Bobick-Norton fight by replaying it at the start of every show. The women of the show sing as the Video Vixens. A bank robber is upset that his disguise isn't as good as those of the other members of his gang. Three women are joined in a restaurant by three men arguing over which one is Ricardo Montalban. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain reports on David Frost's presidential interviews, Patty Hearst's personal life and Roy Roger's funeral plans, while boxer Duane Bobick makes a plea for better civil rights so blacks will stop beating up white people, and Emily Litella fails to show up for her commentary. Elvis tries his hand at Shakespeare. Baba Wawa interviews Richard Burton on the subject of Elizabeth Taylor. Leonard Plith-Garnell reviews bad ballet. Members of the Moonies start turning violent. Joan Armatrading performs "Love & Affection" and "Down to Zero".
     
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    Buck Henry/Jennifer Warnes/Kenny Vance (1977)
    The host for the episode is Buck Henry (his fourth appearance), and the musical guests are Jennifer Warnes and Kenny Vance. The skits for this episode are as follows: President Carter delivers a message to the people urging them to switch to electric power. Buck Henry tries to get an audience member to have sex with him on stage during his opening monologue. The Samurai college student faces disciplinary action for his poor grades. A man in the shower pretends to host a talk show, but surprises his wife by producing her secret lover as a guest. The Coneheads fly back to Remulak, taking the Chrysler building with them. During the Weekend Update, Buck Henry makes a pass at Jane Curtain, and Emily Litella announces that Bella Abzug has thrown her cat in the ring for the next election. A William Wegman film shows him waking his dog with an alarm clock. Charles Lindburgh encounter the land shark while flying across the Atlantic. Michael O'Donoghue does an impersonation of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir with nails stuck in their eyes. Jennifer Warnes performs "Right Time of the Night", Kenny Vance performs "The Performer", and Howard Shore performs "Departure Lounge" with the SNL band.
     
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    Steve Martin/Jackson Browne (1977)
    The host for the episode is Steve Martin (his third appearance), and the musical guest is Jackson Browne. The skits for this episode are as follows: Burt Lance, President Carter's budget management director, pitches the National Express charge card after being asked to resign. During his opening monologue, Steve Martin promotes his new album and confesses that his cat has been embezzling from him. An ad introduces a watch so complex that it requires two people to operate it. The wild and crazy Festrunk brothers try to pick up two girls in their apartment rec room. A defense attorney berates a rape victim on the witness stand, then chuckles about it afterward. A great moment in rock history is commemorated: Roy Orbison standing completely still while singing in sunglasses. An ad promotes the Royale Deluxe II, a sedan that rides smoothly enough for a rabbi to perform a circumcision in the back seat at 40mph. Jackson Browne performs "Runnin' on Empty" and "The Pretender".
     
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    Madeline Kahn/Taj Mahal (1977)
    The host for the episode is Madeline Kahn (her second appearance), and the musical guest is Taj Mahal. The skits for this episode are as follows: After the opening monologue, a man talks about his favorite drink: Swill, a mineral water straight from Lake Erie. Leonard Plinth-Garnell provides a review of bad opera. The cast announces the first "Anyone Can Host" contest, in which a viewer from home will be chosen to host the show. Bianca Jagger talks with some of her close friends. A show takes a retrospective of the acid generation and tracks down where they've gone. Madeline Kahn sings Silver Balls and Golden Pins". Taj Mahal performs "Queen Bee".
     
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    Hugh Hefner/Libby Titus (1977)
    The host for the episode is Hugh Hefner, and the musical guest is Libby Titus. The skits for this episode are as follows: A Playboy bunny flubs a number of party jokes. For his opening monologue, Hugh Hefner comes out in his pajamas and sings "Thank Heaven for Little Girls". A housewife praises her new soap that contains tranquilizers. The Planet of the Men does battle with the Planet of the Women in genital-shaped spacecraft. The X-Police burst in on a couple smoking pot and brutally beat them. The host of a music appreciation show starts hallucinating to Wagner. During the Weekend Update, Jane and Dan report on Howard Cosell and abortion rights, while Nadia Comaneci asks everyone to come see her while she's still cute. Hugh presents a deleted sex scene from "The First Mrs. Kimball". A magician tries to cheer up an audience at a funeral. The Farbers pay a visit to a Playboy club. Libby Titus performs "Fool That I Am".
     
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    Charles Grodin/Paul Simon (1977)
    In this classic infamous episode, the guest host - comedian Charles Grodin, apologizes in his opening monologue in a semi-serious fashion to the audience for not having time to prepare for the show because he went shopping. Chaos ensues.
     
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    Ray Charles (1977)
    The host and musical guest for the episode is Ray Charles. The skits for this episode are as follows: The Godfather discusses with Tom Hagen the effects of letting NBC do a series about their life, and whether they should allow this to continue. During his opening monologue, Ray Charles talks about what SNL had to do to get him to come on the show. President Carter delivers a message to the United States. Howdy Doody's widow talks about life with the former star. Tom Snyder talks about returning to New York and interviews Ray Charles. Evelyn Woodski offers people the opportunity to learn how to read slower. A burglary takes place during a blackout. Mr. Mike tries to trick Ray with a fake painting, only to have Ray reveal he has a trick planned of his own. Ray Charles performs "I Can See Clearly Now", "What'd I Say" and "Oh What a Beautiful Morning", as well as a medley of his other works.
     
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    Buck Henry/Leon Redbone (1977)
    The host for the episode is Buck Henry (his fifth appearance), and the musical guest is Leon Redbone (his third appearance). The skits for this episode are as follows: Gilda and Garrett introduce the five finalists in the "Anyone Can Host" contest, including an 80-year-old grandmother from New Orleans and the governor of South Dakota. During his opening segment, Buck Henry greets and interviews the five finalists. John Belushi credits his success in the decathlon to eating little chocolate donuts. The samurai psychiatrist commits suicide after angering his patient. A stunt baby stands in for an abuse scene in place of the actor baby. A motel sanitizing team shows how they clean each room. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain and Dan Aykroyd report on the Egypt-Israel peace talks, Jimmy Hoffa, and new breakthroughs in genetics, while Laraine Newman interviews the five finalists and Baba Wawa talks about meeting Omar Sharif in Jerusalem. A group of Russians on a train go through a series of overlapping flashbacks. Mr. Mike hosts the Rickey Rat Club. Leon Redbone performs "Champagne Charlie" and "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone".
     
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    Mary Kay Place/Willie Nelson (1977)
    The host for the episode is Mary Kay Place, and the musical guest is Willie Nelson. The skits for this episode are as follows: At the start of the show, the cast decides to make this episode the peppiest ever. A perfume called Hey You is advertised as perfect for one-night stands. A speaker talks about dangerous and harmful insects. Leonard Plinth-Garnell gives his reviews of bad musicals. Bobbi Farber talks about the meaning of Hanukkah. Willie Nelson performs "Whiskey River", Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain" and "Something to Brag About" (with Mary Kay Place).
     
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    Miskel Spillman/Elvis Costello (1977)
    The show was notable for Elvis Costello and the Attractions beginning their song "Less than Zero" about British wartime fascist leader Oswald Mosley then quickly stopping it, with Elvis announcing "I'm sorry, Ladies and Gentlemen, there's no reason to do this song here". This apparently led to Costello's being barred from SNL for over 10 years.
     
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    Steve Martin/Randy Newman, Dirt Band (1978)
    The host for the episode is Steve Martin (his fourth appearance), and the musical guests are Randy Newman (his second appearance) and the Dirt Band. The skits for this episode are as follows: President Carter gives his State of the Union address, but the members of Congress are bored by it. During his opening monologue, Steve Martin accuses John Belushi of stealing from him, then explains how to avoid paying taxes. A forest ranger talks with a mountaineer without realizing the man is actually Bigfoot. The Festrunk brothers meet up with their computer dates from Croatia. An ad for a new Swedish body floss promises to make hygiene fun. The Coneheads go on Family Feud and win by picking things that people bite. Steve gives tours of the homes of his close friends, but never actually goes inside. A panel discusses the possibilities of Napoleon possessing a B-52 bomber. The Dirt Band performs "On the Loose With the Blues" and "White Russia", and Randy Newman performs "Short People" and "Rider in the Rain".
     
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    Robert Klein/Bonnie Raitt (1978)
    The host for the episode is Robert Klein (his second appearance), and the musical guest is Bonnie Raitt. The skits for this episode are as follows: Mr. Mike sings with Tina Turner and tells a story about a rabbit that gets mangled in factory machinery. For his opening monologue, Robert Klein talks about anti-Semitism at his old college. The Olympia diner serves only cheeseburgers, Pepsi and chips. The X-police burst in on a couple for cohabitating, kill the girlfriend and frame the boyfriend for murder. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain reports on a nuclear-powered satellite that crashed into a Nova Scotia lobsterbed, and Roseanne Roseannadanna explains what an aneurysm is. Nick the lounge singer performs badly for a ski lodge. As the rest of the show continues, reports of monster lobsters start coming in, until the studio is overrun and by them and everyone killed. Bonnie Raitt performs "Runaway" and "Give It All Up or Let Me Go" (with Robert Klein).
     
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    Chevy Chase/Billy Joel (1978)
    The host for the episode is Chevy Chase, and the musical guest is Billy Joel. The skits for this episode are as follows: President Ford returns to give a rebuttal to Ronald Reagan's comments on the Suez Canal. Chevy Chase uses his opening monologue to milk the audience for applause. An ad pitches a new way to preserve moths by mashing them. A couple discusses what just happened after their one-night stand. During the Weekend Update, Chevy tricks Dan Aykroyd into giving him the anchor spot, and John Belushi gives a commentary on boxing that gets him so wound up he attacks Jane Curtain. A trainee customs inspector misses a pair of smugglers carrying cocaine. A priest of the Church of Confusion gives a sermon that rambles in circles. Two German soldiers behind enemy lines answer a series of baseball questions to prove they're actually American. For the final skit, several different endings are tried out. Billy Joel performs "Only the Good Die Young" and "Just the Way You Are".
     
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    O.J. Simpson/Ashford & Simpson (1978)
    The host for the episode is O.J. Simpson, and the musical guest is Ashford & Simpson. The skits for this episode are as follows: Gilda Radner opens the show by answering questions supposedly from the audience. O.J. Simpson gives him opening monologue dressed as a Conehead. Samurai Futaba goes to a disco. Babe Ruth promises a dying child that he'll hit a home run for him, and then fails to do so. A pitchman touts the advantages of a hair clipper made especially for Mohawks. Al Franken attempts to tell jokes despite suffering from a brain tumor. E. Buzz Miller presents several clips of animals having sex, and gets increasingly turned on by them. O.J. reprises his famous Hertz car rental ad. Ashford & Simpson perform "So, So Satisfied", and "Don't Cost You Nothing".
     
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    Art Garfunkel/Stephen Bishop (1978)
    The host for the episode is Art Garfunkel, and the musical guest is Stephen Bishop. The skits for this episode are as follows: During Art Garfunkel's opening monologue, one of the speakers goes out during his song, prompting John Belushi to come on stage and start ranting about the show getting short shrift from the network managers, then accuse Art of backstabbing when the singer wants to just brush off the mishap and try again without causing a fuss. Tom Snyder presents another installment of the Tomorrow show. The Nerds Todd DiLaMuca and Lisa Loopner talk about the books they like. John, as an elderly man, goes to the graveyard where all the other SNL cast members are buried and reminisces on how they died. Andy Kaufmann appears in his British Man character and begins reading from to the audience from The Great Gatsby, only to be met with heckling. Stephen Bishop performs "On & On" and Art Garfunkel performs "All I Know", Scarborough Fair" and "Crying In My Sleep".
     
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    Jill Clayburgh/Eddie Money (1978)
    The host for the episode is Jill Clayburgh (her second appearance), and the musical guest is Eddie Money. The skits for this episode are as follows: Garrett Morris does a performance of "Danny Boy". An ad features the Royal Deluxe, a car smooth enough to perform circumcisions in the backseat while driving. At the Olympia diner, a new waitress finds the place hard to adjust to, while a woman who wants to put an ad in the window runs into difficulties. Leaonard Plinth-Garnell presents his reviews of bad one-man theater. Richard Herkiman puts on a performance from his shower. Beldar Conehead has an affair with a human woman, but soon after Prymaat catches him, her own affair with a human man is revealed. Eddie Money performs "Baby Hold On" and "Two Tickets to Paradise"
     
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    Christopher Lee/Meat Loaf (1978)
    The host for the episode is Christopher Lee, and the musical guest is Meatloaf. The skits for this episode are as follows: After Christopher Lee's monologue, a series of movie trailers promote some upcoming films. Baba Wawa makes an appearance in a production of My Fair Lady. Death comes to apologize to a little girl for taking away her dog, and the pair get into a long conversation over why he has to do what he does. Dell Stator invites customers to visit his Rabbit Hut. Mr. Bill goes to the circus, where he suffers all manner of abuse. Meatloaf performs "All Revved Up & No Place To Go" and "Two Out of Three Ain't Bad".
     
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    Michael Palin/Eugene Record (1978)
    The host for the episode is Michael Palin, and the musical guest is Eugene Record. The skits for this episode are as follows: For his opening monologue, Michael Palin comes out as a manager trying to stall for time while the real Michael is getting ready, and proceeds to put on a song and dance that has him stuffing cats down his pants. John Belushi pitches Little Chocolate Donuts. H&L Brock demonstrate just how far they'll go to save money on taxes. Lisa Loopner chases Todd out of the room so she can take her piano lesson in peace, but her teacher then attempts to kiss her. Mr Bill tries to pay his taxes, but ends up getting mangled and beaten again. Eugene Record performs "Have You Seen Her?" and "Trying to Get to You".
     
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    Michael Sarrazin/Keith Jarrett, Gravity (1978)
    The host for the episode is Michael Sarrazin, and the musical guests are Keith Jarrett and Gravity. The skits for this episode are as follows: President Carter delivers a special message for the viewers at home. After Michael Sarrazin's opening monologue, a re-run ad pitches Angora Bouquet, a skin soap that contains tranquilizers. E Buzz Miller presents a series of exercise tips with his assistant, but each suggestion is another opportunity for him to make lewd comments. Gilda Radner appears in a European-style art film about a beloved actress trying to run away from the hectic life of fame. Keith Jarrett performs two instrumental pieces.
     
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    Steve Martin/The Blues Brothers (1978)
    The host for the episode is Steve Martin (his fifth appearance), and the musical guest is The Blues Brothers (their second appearance). The skits for this episode are as follows: Concert promoter Don Kirschner presents footage of an old club performance by The Blues Brothers. For his opening monologue, Steve Martin talks about the inspiration for his comedy ideas, then does a magic act that ends with him tackling and beating a member of the audience. The Festrunk brothers prepare their apartment for the two girls they believe are on the way, but their neighbor Cliff tells them they've been stood up. Medieval doctor Theodoric of York treats a series of patients by draining their blood. A man and woman catch each other's notice in a crowded club, and dance together romantically as the rest of the club freezes in place around them. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain and Dan Aykroyd debate abortion, Jane reports on Carter's energy policy and a new nasal contraceptive, and Dan berates Garrett Morris for short-changing him on the weed he bought. Steve performs a song about King Tut. The Nerds Todd and Lisa prepare their science fair projects. The Blues Brothers perform "I Don't Know".
     
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    Richard Dreyfuss/Jimmy Buffett, Gary Tigerman (1978)
    The host for the episode is Richard Dreyfuss, and the musical guests are Jimmy Buffett and Gary Tigerman. The skits for this episode are as follows: A presentation on Paraquat shows how the chemically treated marijuana makes its way into the U.S. Richard Dreyfuss performs Hamlet for his opening monologue after John Belushi taunts him over his Best Actor Oscar, but ends up in a fight with John instead. A man obsessed with a tower-like vision he had sees Beldar Conehead in a TV commercial and rushes to the Conehead household just as an emissary is arriving from Remulak. Dreyfuss tests viewers on their knowledge of sex. During the Weekend Update, Bill Murray heckles Richard Dreyfuss during his review of the Oscar winners, and Jane Curtain snaps at Roseanne Roseannadanna for getting sidetracked about rude bodily functions. Nick the lounge singer entertains couples at a honeymoon resort. David Susskind interviews celebrities together with their mothers. Father Guido Sarducci gives the report on things at the Vatican. Jimmy Buffett performs "Son of a Son of a Sailor", Gary Tigerman performs "White Oaxacan Moon", and Richard Dreyfuss performs "I Want to Be Seduced".
     
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    Buck Henry/Sun Ra (1978)
    The host for the episode is Buck Henry (his sixth appearance), and the musical guest is Sun Ra. The skits for this episode are as follows: Richard Nixon asks viewers to please buy his book so they can kick it as much as they'd like to kick him. Todd DiLaBounta takes Lisa Loopner to the prom, along with his father and Mrs. Loopner. The Samurai TV repairman attempts to fix a customer's television by slicing it with his sword. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain and Dan Aykroyd start their debate by first debating over who gets to represent which side. At the Olympia grill, Pete decides to get a guard dog, and promptly fires a very confused Nico to make room. Mr. Mike sings a song about baby ghouls. A stunt puppy fills in for the star dog when a movie scene calls for it to be beaten up. Leonard Plinth-Garnell reviews bad conceptual art. Tom Davis reveals that he and Al Franken are actually gay lovers. Sun Ra performs "Space Is The Place" and "Space-Lonliness".
     
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    The Rolling Stones (1978)
    The hosts and musical guests for the episode are The Rolling Stones (their first appearance). The skits for this episode are as follows: New York Mayor Ed Koch opens the show by awarding John Belushi a certificate of merit for his work in Animal House, but John is unimpressed by the gesture. An ad pitches Autoscent, a perfume to put in the engine of your car. Tom Snyder interviews Mick Jagger for the Tomorrow show and talks with him about dancing, barbecues and wearing women's clothing. A repairman with sagging pants comes to the Loopner's house to fix the refrigerator while Todd and Lisa are discussing their homework. President Carter attempts to negotiate a peace treaty between the Beatles. The Battle of the Network T's and A's puts large-breasted actresses in sports events. The Rolling Stones perform "Shattered", "Beast of Burden" and "Respectable".
     
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    Fred Willard/Devo (1978)
    The host for the episode is Fred Willard, and the musical guest is Devo. The skits for this episode are as follows: The opening act is interrupted by a honker in the audience. Aging stuntman Cliff Preston attempts to do his job but doesn't move as fast as he used to. During the Weekend Update, Dan Aykroyd rants about the NFL's new cheerleader uniforms, paying particular attention to the disgusting ways in which the outfits are designed to arouse male viewers. Mainway toys again attempts to defend the quality of its products. Mr. Bill visits New York only to get ripped apart by an escalator and dropped from the top of the Empire State Building. A new store, The Scotch Boutique, sells nothing but tape, and is having a hard time staying in business. Devo performs "Satisfaction" and "Jocko Homo".
     
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    Frank Zappa (1978)
    The host and musical guest for the episode is Frank Zappa (his second appearance, the first as host). The skits for this episode are as follows: NBC President Fred Silverman opens the show by announcing that all of their viewer research indicates that everyone wants to see more Frank Zappa, so the network is signing Zappa to an extended TV contract. Zappa performs "Dancing Fool" for his opening monologue and picks up a member of the audience to go home with. Connie Conehead has a date with Frank Zappa, so Beldar helps to entertain while Connie gets ready to go out. During the Weekend Update, Father Guido Sarducci reports on the latest developments from The Vatican. Mr. Bill moves into his new home, but is soon mangled by Sluggo and Mr. Hands. Frank Zappa performs "Meek" and "Rollo".
     
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    Steve Martin/Van Morrison (1978)
    The host for the episode is Steve Martin (his sixth appearance), and the musical guest is Van Morrison. The skits for this episode are as follows: Desperate after his austerity measures have failed to halt inflation, President Carter attempts to encourage Americans to welcome inflation as a wonderful new opportunity to be a millionaire. Despite Elvis' death, his coat continues to perform the King's classic hits to packed audiences. Theodoric of York treats his patients with bleeding and other crude remedies. The Festrunk brothers continue trying to pick up swinging American girls. Todd DiLaMuca visits Lisa Loopner in the hospital, but a jealous fight breaks out when rival nerd Charles Knerlman shows up with Lisa's homework. Jane Curtain interviews the author of the book "Mauled", who talks of his experiences being savagely attacked by bears. Steve Martin apologizes to the audience when the final skit has to be cut short because of time restrictions. Van Morrison performs "Wavelength" and "Kingdom Hall".
     
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    Buck Henry/The Grateful Dead (1978)
    The host for the episode is Buck Henry (his seventh appearance), and the musical guest is The Grateful Dead. The skits for this episode are as follows: Candidate Hunkler discusses his campaign strategy, particularly which pitfalls he needs to avoid. Buck Henry's opening monologue is replaced with previews for Star Wars. A spokesman for the Rovco Ranch invites customers to raise their own fur animals. The samurai optometrist fits a customer for a new pair of glasses. A couple leaves their two young girls with Uncle Roy, a pedophile who has the girls play various games for his amusement. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain reports on the next census, Elton John's health and Seattle Slew's racing injury, Bill Murray interviews a choking Elizabeth Taylor, and Dan Aykroyd debates the necessity of keeping the Shah in power. Nick the lounge singer performs for tourists at a bar in Vegas. Joan Face interviews Dr. Ike Badenza about the new Australian flu that's heading our way. Chico Escuela appears at the St. Mickey's Knights of Columbus. The Grateful Dead perform "Casey Jones", "I Need A Miracle" and "Good Lovin'".
     
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    Carrie Fisher/The Blues Brothers (1978)
    The host for the episode is Carrie Fisher, and the musical guest is The Blues Brothers (their third appearance). The skits for this episode are as follows: During her opening monologue, Carrie Fisher is instructed by Obi-Wan to tell a joke about aliens that completely bombs. Princess Leia arrives on Earth and joins a beach party with Frankie and Annette. Two boys show up for their dates with the Loud family sisters, only to be taken aback at how loud everyone speaks. Two orderlies take it upon themselves to release a dying patient from her misery, but get the wrong bed by mistake. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtin reports on an archaeological find in Egypt, McDonald's hamburgers and Sambo's restaurants, Bill Murray reports on Neil Armstrong, Vietnamese refugees, and the death of Jimmy Hoffa. Father Guido Sarducci answers allegations that the Vatican Bank is becoming a tax haven, and Roseanne Roseannadanna rants about smoking and naked people in health clubs. Mr. Bill goes fishing with Mr. Hands but ends up getting speared with hooks and eaten by a dolphin. At a waterfront dive in Marseilles, while the other bar girls try to get the sailors to buy expensive drinks, one gets them to sign up for insurance policies. The Blues Brothers perform "Soul Man", "Got Everything I Need, Almost", and "B Movie Boxcar Blues."
     
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    Walter Matthau (1978)
    The host for the episode is Walter Matthau, but there was no musical guest. The skits for this episode are as follows: NBC President Fred Silverman wonders aloud about what needs to be done to pick up the network's failing ratings. An ad for Epoxy-Dent claims the denture adhesive is strong enough to let you hold onto a helicopter with your teeth. The coach of the Bad News Bees gives his team some advice on life after one of them is caught buzzing off. At the Olympia grill, a Coca-Cola sales rep tries to get the place to switch from Pepsi, while several customers are grossed out by the cook's insect-killing technique. Nixon gets together with one of his old conspirators to talk about staging a comeback. Connie Carson interviews new teen idol Vanessa Lake. Garrett Morris sings "Della Sua Pace". Spot gets set on fire while Mr. Bill is still trying to get ready for his show.
     
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    Eric Idle/Kate Bush (1978)
    The host for the episode is Eric Idle (his third appearance), and the musical guest is Kate Bush. The skits for this episode are as follows: The telepsychic takes questions from callers about the future, giving each one the same answer. Julia Child demonstrates how to prepare a roast chicken and proceeds to slice her hand open and bleed to death in the studio. A game show host explains the convoluted rules of the show using sound effects. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain reports on serial killers, Christmas shopping and the Nobel Peace Prize, Bill Murray interviews Valerie Harper who claims her show was canceled because of anti-Semitism, after which Jane proposes a grass-roots movement to build support for ERA by withholding oral sex. Father Guido Sarducci relates his experiences at a nude wrestling club. A studio manager is waiting for a drugged-out punk rocker to show up for a recording while her handlers try to keep everyone patient and high. Joan Face interviews Irwin Mainway regarding the shoddy and dangerous products his company makes. Apache chief Cochise attends a rhetoric class at Oxford where he gets frustrated with the inanity of the professor's lecture. Kate Bush performs "The Man With The Child In His Eyes" and "Them Heavy People".
     
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    Elliott Gould/Peter Tosh (1978)
    The host for the episode is Eliott Gould (his fourth appearance), and the musical guest is Peter Tosh. The skits for this episode are as follows: President Carter appears with his daughter Amy for an event on the White House lawn. Rovco presents their new all-flammable Christmas tree. The Widette family, who all have enormous backsides, prepare for dinner at home. During the Weekend Update, the reports include Beethoven's birthday, human rights abuses in Iran, and Cleveland's default, while Laraine Newman interviews the owner of Studio 54, Jane Curtain and Dan Aykroyd debate relations with China, and Roseanne Roseannadanna gives advice about beating depression during the holidays that ends up making Jane sick. An interviewer talks with a down-on-his-luck man who came to New York from Tacoma to help make his holiday better. Honker starts selling Christmas trees when the owner o the lot steps out for a minute. Peter Tosh performs "Don't Look Back" (with Mick Jagger) and "Bush Doctor".
     
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    Michael Palin/The Doobie Brothers (1979)
    The host for the episode is Michael Palin (his second appearance), and the musical guest is The Doobie Brothers. The skits for this episode are as follows: President Carter delivers his State of the Union address despite his painful hemorrhoids, but the speech is peppered with references to the affliction. Lisa Loopner has another piano lesson with her lecherous teacher, Mr. Brighton. A discussion panel looks at the topic of what would have happened if Superman had landed in Nazi Germany instead of the United States. During the Weekend Update, Chico Escuela gives the sports news, while Father Guido Sarducci gives the latest report on events in the Catholic Church. Mr. Bill gets called in to court, where he is pounded with a gavel, sees his mother and dog torn apart, and ends up strapped to the electric chair. The Doobie Brothers perform "What a Fool Believes" and "Taking It to the Streets".
     
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    Cicely Tyson/Talking Heads (1979)
    The host for the episode is Cicely Tyson, and the musical guest is The Talking Heads. The skits for this episode are as follows: Jane and Gilda run in panic when John comes on the set, thinking he's going to throw a tantrum after learning that his Deng Xiaoping act has been cut. Before Cicely Tyson can give her opening monologue, Garrett Morris comes out dressed as her because he think he's supposed to play all black roles, leading Cicely to berate him for throwing his talent away on degrading parts. Elvis Presley's coat continues to perform to sell-out crowds after its owner's death. The Widettes meet up with another family with similarly large backsides. Receptionist Sherry is now working for the Shah, where she keeps all his visitors waiting. The frontier midwife delivers a baby in front of a room full of men. Nick the lounge singer performs on an auto-train bound for Florida. Garrett invites Cicely to talk about the lack of positive perceptions regarding black characters and black actors, and Cicely blindsides him by blaming it on the poor behavior of black men. The X-police burst in on a pair of women they think are lesbians and proceed to beat them up. Cicely performs a selection of songs about Sicily. Emily Litella acts as host for her production of "Porky & Bess". The Talking Heads perform "Take Me to the River" and "Artists Only".
     
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    Ricky Nelson/Judy Collins (1979)
    The host for the episode is Rick Nelson, and the musical guest is Judy Collins. The skits for this episode are as follows: Radio DJ Dick Lanky takes a variety of phone calls from listeners and tries to find out if astronaut Frank Borman flies for Eastern Airlines. In an episode of The Twilight Zone, Ricky Nelson keeps finding himself in the worlds of Leave it to Beaver, My Three Sons and other 60's family shows. Ricky Nelson joins Dolly Parton and Bob Marley for a benefit concert to raise money for yeast infection research, but punk rocker Candy Slice shows up drunkenly incoherent. During the Weekend Update, Chico Escuela gives the sports report. An art segment takes a look at the years Picasso spent in New York. Judy Collins performs "Hard Times for Lovers" and Ricky Nelson performs "Hello Mary Lou", "Travelin' Man", "Fools Rush In" and "Dream Lover".
     
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    Kate Jackson/Delbert McClinton (1979)
    The host for the episode is Kate Jackson, and the musical guest is Delbert McClinton. The skits for this episode are as follows: Network president Fred Silverman appears on Charlie's Angels where he reveals that he's a covert operative for ABC who has been deliberately sabotaging the network with terrible programming decisions, and then shares his plans with the angels for further damaging NBC's remaining popular shows. During Kate Jackson's monologue, she mentions that she used to be an NBC studio tour guide, and is then interrupted by a tour group passing through the studio. Lisa Loopner is upset to discover that Todd DiLaMuca has a crush on her mother's nurse. Fred Silverman reveals his new programming line-up, which includes giving more prime-time slots to McLean Stevenson and Tom Snyder, and having Rip Taylor anchor the evening news. During the Weekend Update, Roseanne Roseannadanna reports on the new King Tut exhibit, and Father Guido Sarducci talks about a UFO sighting. Andy Kaufman yodels while playing the bongos. When Kate tells Fred Silverman how dedicated and idealistic the rest of the SNL cast is, and how their principles are inspiring her to do more than just lowest-common-denominator television, Fred slaps her to bring her back to reality. Leonard Plinth-Garnell reviews bad cabaret for children. Mr. Bill takes up exercise, but gets pounded by his trainer, Sluggo. The Coneheads go to the movies, but Beldar freaks out after another moviegoer passes him a joint. Delbert McClinton performs "B Movie Box Car Blues" and "Talkin' About You".
     
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    Gary Busey/Eubie Blake and Gregory Hines (1979)
    The host for the episode is Gary Busey, and the musical guests are Eubie Blake and Gregory Hines. The skits for this episode are as follows: When John Belushi is peeved that Gary Busey has been nominated for an Oscar, Gary tries to make amends. During his opening monologue, Gary performs a percussion solo, using his body as the drum kit. President Carter reluctantly agrees to his mother's request to take Billy along to the Middle East, where the first brother still manages to cause a mess. A group of guys in leisure suits discuss their solutions to various women's issues. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain reports on the Mid-East peace talks, the Voyager spacecraft, and seal hunting in Canada, while Bill Murray tries with little success to interview the widow of Mr. Ed. Honker dreams of someday getting the chance to perform Shakespeare. Gary Busey performs "Stay All Night" with Rich Danko and Paul Butterfield, and Eubie Blake performs "Low Down Blues", "I'm Just Simply Full of Jazz" and "I'm Just Wild About Harry" together with Gregory Hines.
     
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    Margot Kidder/The Chieftains (1979)
    The host for the episode is Margot Kidder, and the musical guest is The Chieftans. The skits for this episode are as follows: DJ Dick Lankey broadcasts from Doyle's Tavern for St. Patrick's Day, where Mayor Daley's ghost is supposed to reappear. Margot Kidder's opening monologue is interrupted by technical difficulties when the entire camera crew gets completely drunk. An ad for the navy shows sailors scrubbing floors, working in the mess hall and sitting around watching TV. A female bank executive on a business trip finds that her company has arranged for a male prostitute to spend the night with her. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain reports on Richard Nixon's grandson and a monkey shortage in medical research, Bill Murray wishes a happy hundredth birthday to Albert Einstein, Father Guido Sarducci vents about favoritism regarding American and Irish saints, and Jane and Dan debate Lee Marvin's palimony case. Superman and Lois Lane, now married, are having a party, but when Superman changes into Clark Kent, Lois confesses to him that she's been unfaithful. Al Franken complains that his face and name are being used to sell FrankenBerry cereal, and then tries to drum up sympathy for a sick homeless man. A group of women discuss the problems with men. Mr. Bill tries to hide when Mr. Hands comes to take him bowling, but he ends up getting crushed under a bowling ball. The Chieftans perform "If I Had Maggie in the Woods" and "Morning Dew".
     
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    Richard Benjamin/Rickie Lee Jones (1979)
    The host for the episode is Richard Benjamin, and the musical guest is Rickie Lee Jones. The skits for this episode are as follows: At Two Mile Island Nuclear Power plant, a worker accidentally spills a soft drink on the control panel, causing a massive leak of radiation. When President Carter goes to investigate the situation, he insists that his background in nuclear engineering qualifies him to enter the reactor chamber, exposing him to a dose of radiation that causes him to grow to nearly one hundred feet tall. Todd DiLaMuca borrows his older brother's apartment in the hopes of putting the moves on Lisa Loopner. Other skits include a scene at a Scottish restaurant and a 'Bird for All Seasons', as well as a re-run of the Little Chocolate Donuts advertisement. Rickie Lee Jones performs "Chuck E's in Love" and "Coolsville".
     
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    Milton Berle/Ornette Coleman (1979)
    The host for the episode is Milton Berle, and the musical guest is Ornette Coleman. The skits for this episode are as follows: The men of the cast open by performing the intro from Milton Berle's old Texaco Star Theater program. Music host Don Kirshner presents the Village Persons, who perform their new disco song "Bend Over, Chuck Berry". Joan Face interviews Irving Mainway, who attempts to defend the attractions at his new theme park, including getting stuffed in a burlap sack and thrown in a lake, riding a shopping cart down into a gravel pit, and playing in a lot full of abandoned refrigerators. Other skits include Milton Berle's Japanese writers, Buddy Pine's Launching Pad, and the Widette family. Milton Berle performs "September Song" and Ornette Coleman performs "Times Square."
     
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    Michael Palin/James Taylor (1979)
    The host for the episode is Michael Palin (his third appearance), and the musical guest is James Taylor (his second appearance). The skits for this episode are as follows: Fred Silverman defends the programming decisions he's made over the past year and announces that he's picking Gary Coleman to be his new Executive Vice President. In the further adventures of Miles Cowperthwaite, Miles enters the service of Captain Ned and sets sail aboard the Raging Queen. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain reports on President Carter's gasoline rationing plan and the loss of Skylab, then gets snapped at by an angry Margaret Thatcher, Bill Murray reports on Chico Escuela's failed attempt at a return to Major League Baseball, and Father Guido Sarducci discusses an unexplained object in the sky as well as his plans to start a Shrine-mobile service. President Carter presents the Boulevard of Proud Chicano Cars. Tom Snyder talks about his mother on the Tomorrow Show. Mr. Bill attempts to run away, but Mr. Hands finds him and soon crushes Mr. Bill and Spot in his car. James Taylor performs "Johnnie Comes Back", "Up On The Roof" and "Millworker".
     
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    Maureen Stapleton/Linda Ronstadt/Phoebe Snow (1979)
    The host for the episode is Maureen Stapleton, and the musical guests are Linda Rondstadt and Phoebe Snow (her third appearance). The skits for this episode are as follows: Ray the telepsychic answers questions from callers to his cable TV show and gives advice on home repairs, marital infidelity and lost relatives. An ad for the navy presents some of the less glamorous jobs it entails. Idi Amin shows up as someone's house guest. A Roach brothel attracts insects even better than a roach motel. Nick the lounge singer performs at the TransEastern. Dolly Parton speaks to a group of Veterans of Foreign Hairdos. Mr. Bill and Spot get beaten and abused by Mr. Hands and Sluggo. Linda Rondtadt and Phoebe Snow perform "It's In His Kiss" and "The Married Men" together.
     
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    Buck Henry/Bette Midler (1979)
    The host for the episode is Buck Henry (his eighth appearance), and the musical guest is Bette Midler. The skits for this episode are as follows: Mr. Bill goes to Rockefeller Center to see SNL, and almost gets to say the opening announcement. When Jane Curtain throws a tantrum in the control room because she's been passed over yet again to announce the show, John Belushi offers his support, but then steals the line out from under her. For his opening monologue, Buck Henry introduces some members of the audience who are taking part in an experiment to judge the quality of the show: as they gain or lose interest, the screen will shrink or grow in size. As Buck tries to engage the audience in intelligent matters, the picture soon begins to disappear, so he quickly switches to talking about sex. An entrepreneur combines three fun activities with his roller disco fishing park. The samurai baker provides a frantic man with a last-minute wedding cake. After watching the film Blind Ambition, Nixon tries to explain to his family that everything on the tapes was taken out of context because he and his staff were just joking around. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain and Bill Murray report on the aftermath of the Three Mile Island accident, NBC's new logo design, and the recent Canadian elections, Garrett Morris comments on the racial overtones of a recent Rolling Stones song, and Roseanne Roseannadanna starts talking about the gas shortage but wanders into a story about Jane's behavior at the beach. Uncle Roy shows up to babysit and convinces the girls to tie him up and stuff their socks in his mouth. The Olympia diner has burned down, but the owner is hoping to make a profit from the insurance payment. Joan Face interviews a pair of transsexuals who donated the necessary parts to each other. For the closing, Michael O'Donoghue does an impersonation of Elvis with needles through his eyes. Bette Midler performs "Married Men" and "Martha".
     
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    Steve Martin/Blondie (1979)
    The host for the episode is Steve Martin (his seventh appearance), and the musical guest is Blondie. The skits for this episode are as follows: The Pope makes an appearance at the Monsterdome, where his security staff has to keep the religious hangers-on from crashing the event. For his opening monologue, Steve Martin talks about his new fashion job, then gets angry at the band when they start an unexpected song. An ad pitches the benefits of Craig's Travelers Checks. A Roman Centurion faces a tribe of vandals who egg the soldiers, TP the camp, and have pizzas delivered to the general's tent. Steve pitches a product that allows him to hover over dirty toilet seats. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain and Bill Murray report on the Republican nominees for the 1980 election, a recall of General Motors cars, Fidel Castro's visit to America, and Mayor Koch's plan to publicizes prostitutes and johns, while Father Guido Sarducci talks about the excitement surrounding the Pope's visit to America. Don Kirshner presents another great moment in rock history: Carol King performing "You've Got a Friend" while her friend is being mugged outside her apartment. Mr. Bill tries to do a show without Mr. Hands, but his ex-partner crashes the show anyway. Two tourists stare in amazement at the audience, wondering 'what is that thing?' Blondie performs "Dreaming" and "The Hardest Part".
     
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    Eric Idle/Bob Dylan (1979)
    The host for the episode is Eric Idle (his fourth appearance), and the musical guest is Bob Dylan. The skits for this episode are as follows: A doctor and Lorne Michaels argue over whether Eric Idle is too sick or not to do the show, while Buck Henry keeps pleading to be allowed to host again. For his opening monologue, Eric performs a series of impersonations from a hospital stretcher. Art dealer Tom Clay pitches motel room art as the masterpieces of tomorrow. A customer at a shop just wants to buy some shoes but the clerk keeps complicating matters. Prince Charles talks about how to pick up girls. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain and Bill Murray report on rumors of Premier Brezhnev's death, an election for US President held in London, and some unpopular comments by Princess Margaret about the Irish, while Roseanne Roseannadanna comments on high mortgage rates but ends up talking about bathroom habits at French restaurants. Andy Kaufman challenges women in the audience to a wrestling match. Joan Face hosts Heavy Sarcasm, where her guests are author Nigel Quist and actor Greg Malone. Psychic Dorothy Haagen hosts at advice show where people can tell their problems to Elvis. Bob Dylan performs "Gotta Serve Somebody", "I Believe in You" and "When You Gonna Wake Up".
     
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    Bill Russell/Chicago (1979)
    The host for the episode is Bill Russell, and the musical guest is Chicago. The skits for this episode are as follows: Ted Kennedy makes an announcement regarding his candidacy for President. Nick the lounge singer performs at the Borealis. Mr. Bill tries to avoid getting hurt by staying at home, but Mr. Hands finds him anyway. Joe Garagiola does an ad for Chrysler cars. Other skits include The Landers Files, The Black Shadow, Obscure Sports Questions and Barry White's Big & Tall. Chicago performs "I'm A Man" and "Street Player".
     
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    Buck Henry/Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers (1979)
    The host for the episode is Buck Henry (his ninth appearance), and the musical guest is Tom Petty. The skits for this episode are as follows: The cast members start grumbling over Buck Henry hosting the show yet again. During his opening monologue, Buck is oblivious to the hostility from the audience over his hosting again. In a parody ad, a woman tries in vain to get a guy to come to her apartment for a drink, and finally settles on Honker. Todd DiLaMuca and Lisa Loopner try to fix up their single parents on a date together. During the Weekend Update, Father Guido Sarducci gives the latest news from the Catholic Church. Two young kids share tips on how to get their grandparents to give them money. A couple on their way to the hospital use Speci-Paks to save necessary severed body parts. A father who can only use the toilet in his home drives recklessly to get back to the house. Tom Petty performs "Refugee" and "Don't Do Me Like That".
     
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    Bea Arthur/The Roches (1979)
    The host for the episode is Bea Arthur, and the musical guest is The Roches. The skits for this episode are as follows: After giving a speech, Ronald Regan has all his makeup removed as he gets ready for a long series of naps in between each of his press appearances for the day. An ad pitches Spud Beer, a beer made from potatoes for people who have lost their sense of taste following electroshock therapy. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain reports on the retirement of AFL-CIO leader George Meany, as well as investigations into embezzlement by the boss of the longshoremen's union, while Dr. Franken conducts experiments that mainly involve tearing apart cockroaches. Tom Clay of SaveCo offers viewers great deals on products that had to be rejected from stores for failing government safety inspections. Mr. Bill attempts to build a house for himself and Spot, but Mr. Hands and Sluggo smash him to pieces. Other skits include A Soviet takeover, Aunt Judy's basement, First He Cries, Woman to Woman, a rock opera preview, and Los Beatolos Cubanos. The Roches perform "Bobby's Song" and "Hallelujah Chorus".
     
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    Howard Hesseman/Randy Newman (1979)
    The host for the episode is Howard Hesseman, and the musical guest is Randy Newman (his third appearance). The skits for this episode are as follows: An Arabic family moves to a wealthy neighborhood in southern California to become the Bel Arabs. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain reports on Ted Kennedy's relationship with his wife, the worsening oil crisis, Steve McQueen's high salary demands and the deadly riot at a Who concert, Chico Escuela reports on the sports news while bemoaning his recent accusation of having impregnated a teenage girl, and Al Franken lauds the end of the Me Decade, hoping the 80's will become the 'Al Franken' decade. Other skits include great moments in rock and roll, personal growth, DJ Steve Marvin, the Nuclear Family, and Holiday Inn horror. Randy Newman performs "It's Money That I Love", "Pants" and "The Story of a Rock & Roll Band".
     
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    Martin Sheen/David Bowie (1979)
    The host for the episode is Martin Sheen, and the musical guest is David Bowie. The skits for this episode are as follows: A little girl keeps finding increasingly scary things hiding in her bedroom, but her parents explain away each one of them and yell for her to go to sleep. Advertisements pitch Le Shoe shoes, Martin Sheen hairspray, Foreveready batteries and the Minolta AM-3 camera. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain reports on the Reagan election campaign, Canadian PM Joe Clark's political troubles, the health risks of late-pregnancy sex, and an investigation into price-gouging by the oil companies, Bill Murray reviews new movie releases, panning films made by recent SNL alumni. Other skits include striking teachers, first love, criminals, and a revision of Freudian theory. David Bowie performs "The Man Who Sold the World", "TVC-15" and "Boys Keep Swinging".
     
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    Ted Knight/Desmond Child & Rouge (1979)
    The host for the episode is Ted Knight, and the musical guest is Desmond Child & Rouge. The skits for this episode are as follows: The Shah of Iran opens the show with a Christmas greeting for everyone. A secretary goes before the company grievance board to complain about the blatant sexual harassment her boss has been subjecting her to. New York policeman Bob Kopp offers some Christmas advice for everyone to watch their belongings, keep an eye on their wallets, get out of the way and mind their own business if they know what's good for them. A man almost throws his life away on a coffee addiction, but gets help by checking into rehab at Maxwell House. Lisa Loopner and Todd DiLaMuca take part in their school Christmas pageant. Andy Kaufman tries his hand at wrestling women again. Desmond Child & Rouge perform "Tumble In The Night" and "Goodbye Baby".
     
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    Teri Garr/The B-52's (1980)
    The host for the episode is Teri Garr, and the musical guest is The B-52's. The skits for this episode are as follows: Father Guido Sarducci attempts to get an interview with Paul McCartney following his arrest in Japan for marijuana possession, but is unsuccessful. A group of débutantes in prison try to adjust to the restricted social life behind bars, hoping that George Bush will be elected and pardon them. During the Iowa primaries, the candidates try to win the favor of Iowa voters by showing up at their houses and doing chores for them. During the Weekend Update, Al Franken repeats his hope that the 80's will be the Franken Decade, and unveils the Franken decade medallion. Lady Plinth-Garnell reviews bad theater. Mr. Hands the psychiatrist tries to help Mr. Bill by having him re-live some of his past traumas. The B-52's perform "Rock Lobster" and "Dance This Mess Around".
     
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    Chevy Chase/Marianne Faithfull (1980)
    The host for the episode is Chevy Chase (his second appearance as host), and the musical guest is Marianne Fathfull. The skits for this episode are as follows: Henry Kissenger visits with former president Ford and reminisces on old times together. An ad invites diners to come to Pre-chewed Charlie's restaurant, where the food is easier to eat because all the hard chewing work has already been done for you. Other skits include the Bel Arabs, You Can't Win, Speaking of Fashion with Mr. Blackwell, the life of Hollywood's forgotten director Linden Palmer, and a segment about Honduras. Marianne Faithfull performs "Broken English", and "Guilt", and Chevy Chase performs "Sixteen Tons" with Tom Scott & The Saturday Night Live Band.
     
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    Elliott Gould/Gary Numan (1980)
    The host for the episode is Elliott Gould (his fifth appearance), and the musical guest is Gary Numan. The skits for this episode are as follows: Father Guido Sarducci waits for former president Nixon to show up for an interview, but he never does. An ad for Jewess jeans pitches designer jeans made especially for Jewish women. During the presidential debates, one of the candidates sends a substitute in his place. While recording ads for Gallo wine, Orson Welles keeps flubbing his closing line. Other skits include The Incredible Man, Kramer vs Godzilla, Basketball Convict, Subway Genie, and All Time Radio. Gary Numan performs "Cars" and "Praying To The Aliens".
     
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    Kirk Douglas/Sam and Dave (1980)
    The host for the episode is Kirk Douglas, and the musical guest is Sam & Dave. The skits for this episode are as follows: Gilda Radner brings her mother backstage to meet Kirk Douglas, but they are shocked to discover he's only four feet tall. For his opening monologue, Kirk reminisces about performing on stage in New York, then talks about his grandchildren and introduces his young god-daughter. A panel discusses the possibilities of Spartacus' personal life. A team of dentists is shrunken down to microscopic size to do hands-on work on Anwar Sadat's teeth. During the Weekend Update, an ad for Ronald Reagan's campaign showcases the actor's sense of humor, while Al Franken insists on reinstating the draft so he won't have to serve. Nick the lounge singer gives a drunken performance at a bar mitzvah. Tom Snyder invites the brothers of the presidential candidates for a group interview. Kirk does impersonations of Kirk Douglas impersonators. A lavatory attendant asks Kirk for an autograph while he's using the facilities. Sam & Dave perform "You Don't Know Like I Know" and "Mask of Fear".
     
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    Rodney Dangerfield/The J. Geils Band (1980)
    The host for the episode is Rodney Dangerfield, and the musical guest is The J. Geils Band. The skits for this episode are as follows: Rodney Dangerfield tries to get ready for the show but finds that Father Guido Sarducci is using his dressing room to sleep in. During his opening monologue, Rodney discusses the lack of respect he gets in his sex life and his childhood. At a sperm bank, all the customers want their children fathered by Rodney, but the donor is having a hard time keeping up with demand. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain reports on President Carter's foreign policy gaffes and the FDA's ruling on artificial sweeteners, Bill Murray reports on a suppressed 60 Minutes report and Muhammad Ali's latest bout, then scolds Jerry Mathers for spreading rumors that he died in Vietnam. A substitute judge takes over a courtroom for a day, but finds that everyone is more interested in tricking him into letting them goof off. The J. Geils Band performs "Love Stinks" and "Sanctuary".
     
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    Paul Simon, James Taylor & David Sanborn (1980)
    There is no host for the episode, but the musical guests are Paul Simon (his fourth appearance, second as musical guest), James Taylor (his third appearance) and David Sanborn. The skits for this episode are as follows: For the hundredth episode, Garrett Morris holds a séance backstage to contact the spirits of the departed, and instead finds John Belushi, who is annoyed at being called in to do such a bit part. Bill Murray sings about how much he loves living in New York. The Horizon Television advertises itself as the biggest TV ever, though the screen is still just 12 inches. Sean the Leprechaun keeps getting caught by treasure-seekers because he's as big as a regular person. Todd DiLaMuca attempts to run for class president, but a smear campaign by his rival derails his hopes. During the Weekend Update, Bill Murray reports on the Ayatollah's hat-buying habits, Jane Curtain reports a false story about Walter Cronkite in the hopes of getting a date with him, and Roseanna Roseannadanna starts talking about breastfeeding but gets sidetracked about Bo Derek's nose hair. The Minstrels of Newcastle prepare for a performance but the drummer cant get the beat right. James Taylor & Paul Simon perform "Cathy's Clown", "Sunny Skies" and "Take Me to the Mardi Gras. David Sanborn performs "Anything You Want".
     
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    Richard Benjamin, Paula Prentiss/The Grateful Dead (1980)
    The hosts for the episode are Richard Benjamin (his second appearance) and Paula Prentiss, and the musical guest is The Grateful Dead (their second appearance). The skits for this episode are as follows: News Anchor Frank Reynolds reports that President Carter is now a hostage in the White House. Paula Prentiss begins her opening monologue, only to be confronted by Richard Benjamin, who is upset that his monologue was cut. A husband has an affair with another woman in a hotel room, but becomes overwhelmed with fear and guilt at the thought of his wife finding out. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain reports on the impending eruption of Mt. St. Helens and the results of the 1980 census, Bill Murray reports on Dan Rather going undercover in Afghanistan and George Bush reverting to his CIA training during a speech, and Al Franken explains how he cheats on his taxes. An assertiveness training instructor teaches her students how to stand up for themselves. A group of neighbors are joined together by their love of Joey Bishop. The Grateful Dead perform "Alabama Getaway" and "Saint of Circumstances".
     
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    Burt Reynolds/Anne Murray (1980)
    The host for the episode is Burt Reynolds, and the musical guest is Anne Murray (her second appearance). The skits for this episode are as follows: Despite setbacks before the show, Burt Reynolds remains in good spirits. Parents let Burt know that they're happy to have him sleep with their daughters. A swinger in ancient Rome picks up women purging themselves at a vomitorium. During the Weekend Update, Father Guido Sarducci reports on the dwindling number of giant pandas. Baba Wawa does an interview with Marlon Brando, but the actor is only interested in stuffing his face. Additional skits include Deliverance II, the Pepper Cult, a breach of beach party etiquette, and the Burt Book. Anne Murray performs "Lucky Me" and "Why Don't You Stick Around".
     
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    Strother Martin/The Specials (1980)
    The host for the episode is Strother Martin, and the musical guest is The Specials. The skits for this episode are as follows: Rosalyn Carter talks about sections of the 1980 census intended for illegal aliens, including questions about how they got into the US, where they would hide if the INS came to their homes, and how much they would be willing to do housework for. During his opening monologue, Strother Martin reveals that he was asked to host the show because Lorne Michaels mistook him for Tennessee Williams, and so far he's been keeping up the act. At Camp Beau Soleil, the campers are forced to learn French by the brutal camp counselor, Le Capitain, but a camper named Luke is determined to escape. Additional skits include a variety show will, the Conductor's Club, Any Town, and Food. The Specials perform "Gangsters" and "Too Much, Too Young".
     
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    Bob Newhart/The Amazing Rhythm Aces/Bruce Cockburn (1980)
    The host for the episode is Bob Newhart, and the musical guests are The Amazing Rhthym Aces and Bruce Cockburn. The skits for this episode are as follows: A civil war officer talking to his men before they go off to battle makes a number of promises that are unlikely to be kept. Mr. Bill gets sent to jail, where he gets beaten and torn apart by the other inmates and Mr. Hands. Additional skits include The Dating Zone with Iris de Flaminio, Rare Store Items, and The Proposal. The Amazing Rhythm Aces perform "Who Will the Next Fool Be" and "Third-Rate Romance" and Bruce Cockburn performs "Wondering Where the Lions Are".
     
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    Steve Martin/Paul & Linda McCartney/3-D (1980)
    The host for the episode is Steve Martin (his eighth appearance), and the musical guests are 3-D and Paul & Linda McCartney. The skits for this episode are as follows: Father Guido Sarducci tries to get an interview with Paul McCartney in London following Paul's arrest in Japan, but he gets confused over the time difference and schedules the interview for the wrong time. For his opening monologue, Steve Martin talks about what he believes in. A group of prehistoric hominids discusses the day's hunt, but the leader gets angry when a strange one starts coming up with new ideas that challenge his authority. Father Guido Sarducci finally manages to wake up Paul and Linda McCartney, who agree do give an interview despite the fact that it's five in the morning and Sarducci only wants to talk about marijuana. An advertisement pitches Patty Caldwell's new album targeted at single women in their late 30's. 3-D performs "All Night Television".
     
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    Buck Henry/Andrew Gold/Andrae Crouch & Voices of Unity (1980)
    The host for the episode is Buck Henry (his tenth appearance), and the musical guests are Andrew Gold and Andrae Crouch & The Voices of Unity. The skits for this episode are as follows: During his opening monologue, Buck Henry announces that the Saturday Night Live cast will be leaving after this episode, and then introduces a team of second-rate hacks and imitators that will supposedly by taking over in the next season. A party of British nobles includes the Sandwiches, the Worcestershires, the Wilkinsons and Lord and Lady Douchebag. Uncle Roy returns to get his kicks while babysitting young Terri and Tracy. Nick the lounge singer gives a performance at the Lava Club. Additional skits include the Cow Minder's Daughter, The Week in Review and Mommy Beer. Andrew Gold performs "Kiss This One Goodbye" and Andrae Crouch & Voices of Unity perform "Can't Nobody Do Me Like Jesus".
     
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    Elliott Gould/Kid Creole & the Coconuts (1980)
    The host for the episode is Elliott Gould (his sixth appearance), and the musical guest is Kid Creole & The Coconuts. The skits for this episode are as follows: Elliott Gould wakes up in bed with the rest of the cast, and tells them what it was like working with the old SNL team. For his opening monologue, Eliott starts showing some of his old underwear to the audience, and ends up trading lingerie with Denny Dillon. To help educate Americans in their cars, a new program puts works of classic literature on billboards along the highways. After President Carter loses the 1980 election, Rosalyn tells him that now he's free to do whatever he wants. A couple receives a singing billy-gram from the woman's disapproving parents. A topless spokeswoman for the American Cancer Association demonstrates how to self-examine for breast cancer. During the Weekend Update, Charles Rocket reports on Ronald Reagan's planned appointments to his cabinet and proposed budget measures, Gail Matthius tries to inform John Anderson that he lost the election, and Ron Grosscup explains his theory that Reagan actually died several months earlier and has been replaced with a stand-in. For the Rocket Report, Charles attempts to get an interview with John Lennon, but instead starts investigating the state of trash collection in the neighborhood. A sergeant explains some of the new training measures being adopted now that homosexuals are allowed in the military. A stockbroker in his forties awkwardly tries to have a date with a teen-age valley girl. As a complement to speed reading, a new education service offers viewers the chance to learn speed listening. Kid Creole and the Coconuts perform "Mister Softee".
     
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    Malcolm McDowell/Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band (1980)
    The host for the episode is Malcolm McDowell, and the musical guest is Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band. The skits for this episode are as follows: mother nags at her son to sit up straight as he's strapped into the electric chair. A nature program searches through urban America for the elusive black republican. A spokesman for American tobacco growers explains that lung cancer is actually caused by the lungs themselves, and not by smoking. Two British nobles develop the sport of serf-riding. The Reagans decide to adopt Amy Carter as their own White House daughter. The American Milk Association invites Alex DeLarge to speak on behalf of their product. During the Weekend Update, Charles Rocket reports on the trial of the Gang of Four, the Reagans' first visit to the White House, the seizure of a cargo ship in Miami, and the failure of the movie Heaven's Gate, Charles interviews John Lennon and Yoko Ono, only to find that John has become obsessed with housekeeping, and Joe Piscopo re-enacts the Leonard-Duran fight with toy robots. A dominatrix delivers the leather weather report, using her shackled slave as the map. Two hunters are eager for the opening day of Commie hunting season. For the Rocket Report, Charles tries to interview passers-by on Fifth Avenue, but nobody is eager to talk with him and answer his awkward questions. A wine connoisseur recommends American wines that go well with American foods. Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band perform "Hot Head" and "Ashtray Heart".
     
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    Ellen Burstyn/Aretha Franklin/Keith Sykes (1980)
    The host for the episode is Ellen Burstyn, and the musical guests are Aretha Franklin and Keith Sykes. The skits for this episode are as follows: David Rockefeller comes on to announce that the United States will be going co-op. Ellen Burstyn takes a look back at the film roles she's done and announces she's going to start doing lighter roles. A spokesman for the Ed McMahon school of laughing offers to teach people how to laugh like Ed. Ellen gets interviewed by Pinkie and Leo Waxman. For the Rocket Report, Charles Rocket looks for sex on a New York ferry. Jersey Man Paulie Herman records a video for a dating service. During the Weekend Update, basketball player Raheem Abdul Muhammad shares his views on NBA quotas for white players, and Dr. Zuko explains that female orgasm is just a myth. A film highlights Pepe Gonzalez, the only bullfighter in New York. Valley girls Vickie and Debbie pay a visit to Planned Parenthood. Toni Tenille interviews Jean Harris, the murderer of Scarsdale Diet creator Dr. Tarnower. A Dr. Demento music video demonstrates the many uses for fish heads. Aretha Franklin performs "United Together" and Keith Sykes performs "B.I.G.T.I.M.E."
     
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    Jamie Lee Curtis/James Brown/Ellen Shipley (1980)
    The host for the episode is Jamie Lee Curtis, and the musical guests are James Brown and Ellen Shipley. The skits for this episode are as follows: The Mean Majority explain how things are going to change now that their man has won the presidency. For her opening monologue, Jamie Lee Curtis obliges the audience by screaming in terror. Over the course of the show, Brooke Shields gives three vacuous endorsements for Clovin Hind jeans. Jersey Guy Paulie Herman encounters a three-card monte dealer on the street. Two poetesses make their work famous by the only means available to them: committing suicide on live television. A public service announcement warns viewers of the dangers of playing poker while high on pot. Members of the Badgers Club get together to celebrate berating random people and insulting their waitress. An aspiring photographer plots to blow up the Statue of Liberty so he can take an award-winning photo. James Brown performs "Rapp Payback", plus a medley of his older hits, and Ellen Shipley performs "Fotogenic".
     
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    David Carradine/Linda Ronstadt/Cast of 'The Pirates of Penzance' (1980)
    The host for the episode is David Carradine, and the musical guests are the cast from The Pirates of Penzance. The skits for this episode are as follows: Joe Piscopo tries out his voice to become the next SNL announcer, but Don Pardo quickly quashes his hopes. David Carradine wants to sing "I Wanna Be a Dancin' Man" for his opening monologue, but Charles Rocket steps in and stops him at the last moment. A gun shop invites customers to come by for their last-minute Christmas shopping. Caine, the traveling kung-fu master, gets some fashion advice from the owner of a menswear shop. Valley girls Vickie and Debbie go down to the mall to try and impress some boys. For the Rocket Report, Charles does a story about a derelict Santa wandering the streets of New York. Bob Dylan goes to visit Woody Guthrie in the hospital, where the two converse only in folk-song lyrics. An NBC executive stages a worldwide search for a virgin. David extols the virtues of Dopenhagen smokeless marijuana. Mr. Bill reflects on some of his more painful holiday memories. Caine teams up with Bruce Lee for a holiday special. Linda Rondstadt and the cast of Pirates of Penzance perform a medley of songs from the musical, as well as a medley of holiday songs.
     
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    Ray Sharkey/Jack Bruce & Friends (1981)
    The host for the episode is Ray Sharkey, and the musical guest is Jack Bruce & Friends. The skits for this episode are as follows: Jimmy the Weasel tells the truth and gets a bullet for his troubles. A special translator is called in when a WASP tries to express emotion. Valley girls Vickie and Debbie head down to a new wave club where they meet punk rocker Tommy Torture. A despondent Jimmy Carter drowns his sorrows at a bar as Reagan's inauguration looms closer. Dr. Gazzara, representing Citizens for a Better America, invites Ronald Reagan to give him a 'hum job'. During the Weekend Update, Eddie Murphy asks that the draft board pass him over in favor of Garrett Morris, since Garrett is now out of work. A horror movie features people being attacked by smile faces. A salesman approaches childless couples in the park and offers to sell them black market white babies. Eddie Murphy does a stand-up routine about insult contests popular in black neighborhoods. Jack Bruce & Friends perform "Dancing on Air" and "Living Without Ya".
     
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    Karen Black/Cheap Trick/Stanley Clarke Trio (1981)
    The host for the episode is Karen Black (her second appearance), and the musical guests are Cheap Trick and The Stanley Clarke Trio. The skits for this episode are as follows: During the Carters' last days in the White House, Rosalyn instructs Jimmy and Amy to take away everything they can carry. A music company pitches an album of classical works that inspired the hit songs of today. A foundation to help the tragically hip solicits donations. Game show host Phil Lively meets his new neighbors. President-elect Reagan decides to name Nancy as his Vice President after Frank Sinatra recommends her for the job. For the Rocket Report, Charles Rocket interviews a daredevil cab driver. A museum guard confesses to the Mona Lisa that he has to break off their relationship. During the Weekend Update, Mary Lou James present diet tips for the stupid, and Joe Piscopo tries to scalp a pair of tickets to the Super Bowl. Dan Rather leads an investigation into why there are no female reporters at CBS. A stroke victim attempts to communicate with his visitors at the hospital, but fails. Karen Black gets interviewed by Pinkie and Leo Waxman, but can't keep up with their constantly shifting topics. To let people know that 'guns don't kill people, people kill people', the National Handgun Association presents a demonstration of a criminal using a black man to mug people. Cheap Trick performs "Baby Loves to Rock" and "Can't Stop but I'm Gonna Try", and the Stanley Clarke Trio performs "Wild Dog".
     
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    Robert Hays/14 Karat Soul/Joe 'King' Carrasco & The Crowns (1981)
    The host for the episode is Robert Hayes, and the musical guests are Joe 'King' Carrasco & The Crown and 14 Karat Soul. The skits for this episode are as follows: Ted Koppel announces that now that the hostages are safely back from Iran, NBC News will continue to harass their families as they count the former hostages' days out of captivity. For his opening monologue, Robert Hays notes that NBC will be using a new instant Neilsen Rating system to let everyone know how popular the show is, then is forced to start ad-libbing provocative topics to get the ratings back up. A Native American pitches the psychedelic pleasures of mushroom-based Dazola spread. Robert finds an inflatable prostitute in his hotel room, accompanied by her inflatable pimp. A sports reporter interviews video game champion Eddie Atari. NBC holds a telethon to help save the network. Three panelists discuss the upcoming Super Bowl, getting outrageously worked up over the game's importance. When the musician hired for a funeral can't make it, a ballpark organist fills in. For the Weekend Update, Charles Rocket reports on Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale adjusting to life after politics, Tiffany Fleur presents the new fashions for engineers, Joe Piscopo uses a tabletop football game to preview the Super Bowl, and Eddie Murphy discusses how the recent Iranian crisis has affected his drug purchases. For the Rocket Report, Charles examines President Reagan's daily schedule. Eddie Murphy promises that he won't let stardom go to his head now that he's been hired as a full cast member. 14 Karat Soul performs "I Wish That We Were Married" and "This Time It's For Real" and Joe 'King' Carrasco & The Crown performs "Don't Bug Me Baby".
     
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    Sally Kellerman/Jimmy Cliff (1981)
    The host for the episode is Sally Kellerman, and the musical guest is Jimmy Cliff (his second appearance). The skits for this episode are as follows: For the Rocket Report, Charles Rocket goes to one of the parades being held to welcome home the Iran hostages. An Italian stand-up comedian performs in front of his family while a talent scout looks on. Contestants on a quiz show attempt to identify taboo subjects. A group of upper-class women one-up one another with social faux-pas stories. A new book of Iranian jokes let readers entertain their families and friends. During the Weekend Update, Eddie Murphy announces that since the Emancipation Proclamation was never actually signed, people should go out and claim their very own black person while they can. A mother and father explain the facts of life in extremely graphic detail to their son. A councilor at a fat camp cracks the whip over her charges, until a member of the audience stops the skit to complain about the unfair portrayal of fat people. Members of a student council in Iran debate what to do now that the hostages have gone home. A criminal trial is shown on TV in talk-show format. Jimmy Cliff performs "I Am the Living" and "Gone Clear", and Sally Kellerman performs "Starting Over Again".
     
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    Deborah Harry/Funky 4 + 1 More (1981)
    The host for the episode is Deborah Harry, and the musical guest is Funky 4+1 and More. The skits for this episode are as follows: Ronald Reagan invites Frank Sinatra to clear up the question of whether or not he's a hoodlum. For her opening monologue Deborah Harry introduces her parents in the audience, both of whom have the same hairstyle as her. A preview for a horror movie features leftovers that have been in the refrigerator too long. Game show host Phil Lively talks with a nurse from a retirement home about having his aging father live with with them. A man named Cooter has his life officially recognized as a Tennessee Williams one-act play. For the Rocket Report, Charles Rocket goes into Central Park to find out just how scary it really is. Jersey guy Paulie Herman goes to pick out a Valentine's Day card for his family and meets a New Jersey woman. During the Weekend Update, a spokesman for the Reagan administration announces that there are no poor people in America. Pinky and Leo Waxman go to Soho to visit their niece Susan in the hopes of setting her up with a boyfriend, oblivious to the fact that she's a lesbian. Valley girls Vickie and Debbie bump into Tina, a former classmate who dropped out of school. Deborah Harry performs "Love TKO" and "Come Back Jonee", and Funky 4 + 1 More performs "That's the Joint".
     
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    Charlene Tilton/Todd Rundgren/Prince (1981)
    The host for the episode is Charlene Tilton, and the musical guests are Todd Rundgren and Prince. The skits for this episode are as follows: Joe Piscopo covers a boxing match between Rocko Weineretto and Weindulah, both of whom are hand puppets. Joe gets dumped by Ann Risley, then becomes enraged when he finds out that she's been seeing Charles Rocket in secret. A record company spokesman pitches a new album of unlikely make-out music. Mr. Robinson introduces the folks in his neighborhood and receives a package from Mr. Speedy. For the Rocket Report, Charles takes host Charlene Tilton for a ride on the New York subways. A new production of Fiddler on the Roof features Stevie Wonder as Tevye. The Reagans make their daughter-in-law Doria sleep in the haunted Lincoln bedroom. Charlene vows to get even with Charles Rocket for two-timing her with Ann Risley, and Gilbert Gottfried vows to get even with Rocket for dating all the hosts and leaving him with nothing. Before a piano competition, to rival pianists break each other's fingers. Two women in prison discuss the industrial revolution. During a skit about two people washing a dog, an unseen assassin shoots Charles in the chest. During the good-nights, Charles makes an unfortunate statement about the shooting, and Don Pardo admits to pulling the trigger in revenge for Charles' sleeping with his wife. Todd Rundgren performs "Healer" and "Time Heals" and Prince performs "Party Up".
     
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    Bill Murray/Delbert McClinton (1981)
    The host for the episode is Bill Murray, and the musical guest is Delbert McClinton (his second appearance). The skits for this episode are as follows: Before the show, the entire cast goes to Bill Murray's dressing room to share their anxieties. He gives them a pep talk about how ratings aren't all that important. During his opening monologue, Bill grabs a woman from the audience and has to be restrained by Eddie Murphy. Jersey Guy Paulie Herman praises the chemical industry. Walter Cronkite tries sensory deprivation and goes on a psychedelic trip. A scientist shows off his photos of DNA molecules. Lounge singer Nick performs for Mardi Gras party-goers on a Mississippi riverboat. A sports reporter suggests the use of softer sticks to tone down hockey violence. Bill makes his Oscar picks, all of which happen to be for films starring the original cast. A man with unusual tastes goes into a flower shop. A couple go to a house party but are put at a loss when they can't remember the name of their host's cat. During the good-nights, Bill apologizes to his former cast-mates. Delbert McClinton and Bonnie Bramlett perform "Givin' It Up For Your Love" and "Shotgun Rider".
     
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    Jr. Walker & the All-Stars (1981)
    The musical guest is Jr. Walker & The All-Stars. There is no host. The skits for this episode are as follows: Chevy Chase finds Mr. Bill while rummaging through some supply closets. The two reminisce about old times until Chevy accidentally crushes Bill. Frank Sinatra puts on a show to encourage people to buy American cars by bashing everything Japanese. Bill Cosby sells light beer to kids. A husband accuses his chimpanzee wife of having an affair. During the Weekend Update, Raheem Abdul Muhammed gives a movie review but confuses 'Altered States' with 'Stir Crazy', Laurie Metcalf asks people on the street if they would take a bullet for Ronald Reagan, and Al Franken tells viewers to forget about SNL and just let the show die peacefully. An Italian father gives his son some advice on his wedding day. Irene Cara sings about how all her songs sound alike. Chevy tries to convince viewers that the show is getting better, but Robin Williams and Christopher Reeves come on to voice their disagreement. As a bag lady shuffles around outside, onlookers make comments about her. Jr. Walker & The All-Stars perform "Road Runner", "Shotgun", "How Sweet It Is" and "What Does It Take?"
     
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    Rod Stewart (1981)
    There is no host for the episode, but the musical guest is Rod Stewart. The skits for this episode are as follows: Little Richard Simmons gets fat people to exercise as he sings updated versions of his rock classics. Andy Rooney starts musing about shoes, and gets sidetracked onto random thoughts about Nazis and his co-workers' names. A literary critic introduces the next generation of great writers, all of whom are just getting out of prison. Muammar Khaddaffi shows off his latest fashions. A man gets over-attached to a woman he has a one-night stand with, to the point of being oblivious when she gets a phone call saying her father has just died. While at her father's funeral, a woman has to deal with selfish and insensitive relatives, followed by an old one-night stand who won't leave her alone. Christine Ebersol, the wife of producer Dick Ebersol, asks viewers to send in their home movies, then introduces a film about John Lennon produced by Yoko Ono.
     
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    Susan Saint James/The Kinks (1981)
    The host for the episode is Susan Saint James, and the musical guest is The Kinks (their second appearance). The skits for this episode are as follows: The Exxico company promises customers yesterday's technology at tomorrow's prices. During her opening monologue, Susan Saint James asks the audience to vote on whether the parody of her TV series, McMillan & Wife, should be done with McArthur, McBeth or McDonald. Ronald and Sally McDonald solve a murder while making love in their bedroom. Buckwheat, from the Little Rascals series, pitches an album of his unintelligible singing. Mr. Mike presents Bizarro World, where logic is exactly the opposite of how it is on earth, but the Bizarro president seems to be very familiar. Christine Ebersol sings about the problems for women trying to find good men at singles bars. Tim Kazurinsky presents a skit for men's Sta-free pads that was rejected for being too cheap. Alan Alda provides sensitivity training for men. The Kinks perform "Destroyer" and "Art Lover".
     
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    George Kennedy/Miles Davis (1981)
    The host for the episode is George Kennedy, and the musical guest is Miles Davis. The skits for this episode are as follows: While taping a game show, all the cameras go out and the technicians all have heart attacks, so George Kennedy has to take charge and talk the show through to safety. Mr. Robinson presents some more characters from his neighborhood, including the landlord he's always trying to avoid. Andy Rooney shares more of his disorganized thoughts. Velvet Jones invites students to enroll in his school of technology. Harry Anderson does a stand-up act. Mr. Bill goes to Los Angeles, but his troubles follow right behind him. Kids are all playing with the new Rubik's Teeth toy. An advertisement pitches new spray-on Laetril. Marilyn Monroe sings "Downers are a girl's best friend". Miles Davis performs "Jean-Pierre".
     
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    Donald Pleasance/Fear (1981)
    The host for the episode is Donald Pleasance, and the musical guest is Fear. The skits for this episode are as follows: A Jogger Motel traps annoying joggers with a glue they can't jog out of. Jerry Lewis shows people his two completely different personas. Donald Pleasance shares his pumpkin carving tips. Tips are provided on how to survive in Harlem. A repeat skit presents rising literary stars who are all ex-cons. Other skits include vomiting for luck, profiles in British courage, 'Last Night I Killed My Husband', tales from the hip, Annie intermission, sugar breakfast, Andy Warhol's TV, and the Vic Salukin Show. Fear performs "I Don't Care About You", Beef Bologna", New York's All Right If You Like Saxophones" and "Let's Have a War".
     
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    Lauren Hutton/Rick James & The Stone City Band (1981)
    The host for the episode is Lauren Hutton, and the musical guest is Rick James. The skits for this episode are as follows: The Exxico corporation has a message for consumers everywhere: stay out of our way or we'll kill you. TransEastern Airlines welcomes passengers aboard with a message from each of the employees who do their part to flying as miserable an experience as possible. Another skit that was rejected for being too cheap is presented. Velvet Jones pitches more of the benefits of enrolling in his school of technology. William Burroughs reads poetry. A button marked 'push to explode building' invites people to give it try. A bitter comedian rants about all the big stars that don't want him to open for their shows. Additional skits include Bill Cosby, Reagan's script, Whisper Bubble Bath, Harlequin Romances for men, Reach Out, and 'Art is Ficial'. Rick James performs "Give It To Me Baby" and "Super Freak".
     
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    Bernadette Peters/Billy Joel/The Go-Go's (1981)
    The host for the episode is Bernadette Peters, and the musical guests are The Go-Go's and Billy Joel (his second appearance). The skits for this episode are as follows: The Texxon Corporation reassures customers that for them 'Life is Second Only to Money'. After the success of Escape From New York, more films start featuring people fighting to get out of the city. Tim has further issues in his marriage with Madge the Chimpanzee. Eddie Murphy has a message for SNL viewers. The cast try to carry on with a skit after the lighting fails, but they are interrupted by a network censor who complains that everything sounds dirty now that the audience can't see what's really going on. Additional skits include Johnny Keep Your Gun Clean, Hidden Photo, Bedtime Story, Man Ray & Mic, 42nd Street, Nick the Knock and Rock & Roll Heaven, Inc. The Go-Go's perform "Our Lips Are Sealed" and "We Got the Beat". Bernadette Peters performs "Making Love Alone". Billy Joel performs "Miami 2017" and "She's Got a Way".
     
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    Tim Curry/Meat Loaf/The Neverland Express (1981)
    The host for the episode is Tim Curry, and the musical guest is Meat Loaf (his second appearance). The skits for this episode are as follows: The Texxon Corporation warns viewers that the SNL writers will end up like Karen Silkwood if they don't back off. Mick Jagger talks with fellow music superstars Barbara Mandrell, Frank Sinatra, and Buckwheat. The Reagans must deal with Ronald's illegitimate son. Frank gets more advice from his Papa. Tim Curry and Meatloaf team up to open a One-Stop Rocky Horror Shop. Dan Rather muses on what might have happened if Reagan had survived his assassination attempt. Tim Curry performs "The Zucchini Song" and Meatloaf & The Neverland Express perform "Bat Out of Hell" and "Promised Land".
     
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    Bill Murray/The Spinners/Yale Whiffenpoofs (1981)
    The host for the episode is Bill Murray (his second appearance as host), and the musical guests are The Spinners. The skits for this episode are as follows: The phone company admits that its highly touted technological breakthroughs are just hot air used to justify rate increases. During his opening monologue, Bill Murray introduces his best friend, Santa Claus. Tomorrow host Tom Snyder sulks. Father Guido Sarducci talks about the benefits of MX-5 tampons. During the Weekend Update, Brian Doyle-Murray reports on the proper spelling of the name of Libya's leader and an attempt in Arkansas to have creationism taught as science, and Joe Piscopo interviews an aging Muhammad Ali to find out if the legendary boxer is still the greatest. A skit features Christie Brinkley for designer fairy tales. Father Guido Sarducci returns to make his predictions for the coming year. A skit looks at the home life of a family of psychos. Honker gives his views on the economics of Christmas. The Spinners perform a "Then Came You", "I'll Be Around" and "Working My Way Back to You". Michael Davis and the Yale Whiffenpoofs made credited guest appearances.
     
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    Robert Conrad/The Allman Brothers Band (1982)
    The host for the episode is Robert Conrad, and the musical guest is The Allman Brothers Band. The skits for this episode are as follows: Judge Wapner oversees a lawsuit against Velvet Jones in The People's Court. Velvet Jones shows up in the Wild Wild Wild West. A skit looks at babies in makeup. Velvet Jones and Jersey Guy Paulie Herman give their thoughts on whether some characters are becoming over-exposed. Vic Salukin appears on Battle of the Week. Andy Rooney gives another rambling monologue on the little things that bother him. The Allman Brothers Band performs "Midnight Rider", "Southbound" and "One Way Out".
     
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    John Madden/Jennifer Holliday (1982)
    The host for the episode is John Madden, and the musical guest is Jennifer Holliday. The skits for this episode are as follows: John Madden gives a talk from the Cincinnati Bengals locker room now that the football season is over and the Bengals have lost the Superbowl. Would-be hosts and other acting hopefuls are invited to enroll in the Johnny Carson School of Acting. Tom Snyder hosts a new kids program, the Uncle Tom Show, with special guests Captain Kangaroo and Buckwheat. Andy Kaufman comes on dressed as Elvis and performs some of the King's music. Other skits include Betty Beer, a poetry corner, Lou Grant, Mob Nicknames and Solomon & Pudge. Jennifer Holliday performs "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" and "One Night Only".
     
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    James Coburn/Lindsey Buckingham (1982)
    The host for the episode is James Coburn, and the musical guest is Lindsey Buckingham. The skits for this episode are as follows: For President Reagan's birthday, Frank Sinatra performs a medley of songs about him, Nancy, and the rest of his staff. An elderly couple lets a young boy talk on the phone with his mother, then demands she pay $50,000 to them if she ever wants her son back. Tim takes his family to Disney World, only to catch his wife, Madge the chimpanzee, in bed having an affair with a gas station attendant. Mr. Robinson introduces more people in his neighborhood while trying to avoid his landlord. Jerry Falwell pitches an album of Jesus-themed rock and pop songs. Christine Ebersole is excited about her date with James Coburn, but fellow cast member Mary Gross points out some of the tell-tale signs that James is gay. Dan Rather interviews some of the victims of 60 Minutes. Other skits include unique perspectives, the Taboosters and 'Don't Let It Show'. Lindsey Buckingham performs "Bwana" and "Trouble".
     
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    Bruce Dern/Luther Vandross (1982)
    The host for the episode is Bruce Dern, and the musical guest is Luther Vandross. The skits for this episode are as follows: Raheem Abdul Muhammed reviews more of the latest films, in which he sees more evidence of bias against blacks in Hollywood. In the Bizarro World, everything is opposite of how it is on Earth, although certain things seem strangely familiar. Songwriters Harry Schleimer and Moe Laub try to come up with the next big hit. Additional skits include advice from Bruce Dern, a ski date with Fluffy, Who Do You Hate?, the Mild One, an unstable pilot, and Melina's Café. Luther Vandross performs "Never Too Much" and "A House Is Not A Home".
     
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    Elizabeth Ashley/Hall & Oates (1982)
    The host for the episode is Elizabeth Ashley, and the musical guest is Hall & Oates. The skits for this episode are as follows: Dan Rather starts the show with the evening news report. Pope John Paul II begins his tour of Africa. Joseph Papp comes on the show to conduct an audition. Dr. Jack Badofsky gives a health report for the Weekend Update. Harry Anderson performs a stand-up routine. Additional skits include the big plastic bubble, Speaking As A Woman with Shelley Winters, women's party conversation and Loewenbrau. Hall & Oates perform "You Make My Dreams", "I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)" and "You've Lost That Loving Feeling".
     
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    Robert Urich/Mink DeVille (1982)
    The host for the episode is Robert Urich, and the musical guest is Mink DeVille. The skits for this episode are as follows: Before the show, the cast compares host Robert Urich with Burt Reynolds. Buckwheat performs with his backup singers, Da Dupreems. A repeat skit about a boy away from home calling his mother with a ransom demand. Paul Harvey gives the news and tells anecdotes about the lives of famous people. Raheem Abdul Muhammad reviews more films. A new version of Dr. Strangelove features President Reagan and Edwin Meese. An ad urges people to go out and treat themselves to fur. Dr. Jack Badofsky returns to Weekend Update for another health report. In a monster movie, a Thing destroys Tokyo. Additional skits include buying a bullet for a hungry kid, the Golden Age School of Obedience, koala embryos, the headline challenge, and low-class Italian theater. Mink DeVille performs "Maybe Tomorrow" and "Love and Emotion".
     
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    Blythe Danner/Rickie Lee Jones (1982)
    The host for the episode is Blythe Danner, and the musical guest is Rickie Lee Jones (her second appearance). The skits for this episode are as follows: Lorne Greene pitches Alpo dog food, only to be attacked by his canine co-star. During Blythe Danner's opening monologue, Mary Gross confuses her with another actress and presses her to do a series of impressions of famous women. Americans everywhere rush out into the streets to announce that they're gay. A couple embraces celibacy until they inadvertently discover that neither of them wanted to give up sex in the first place. Geraldo Rivera, searching for sensationalist conspiracies, ransacks a hospital delivery room during a birth. Colonel Khadaffi promotes his new line of designer clothes. A reclusive and deranged poet lives hidden away until an ex-con poet breaks into her house and they start comparing poems. A couple at a dance party explain the 50's have returned for the 80's. During the Weekend Update, Mary Gross reports on location for the landing of the Space Shuttle, fashion critic Yvonne Spike DeMouchier rips the poor fashion choices made by the Best Actress nominees, Joe Piscopo declares Georgetown the NCAA champions based on the attractiveness of the female students, and Brian Doyle-Murray congratulates brother Bill Murray on the birth of his son. Tom Snyder, now hosting a children's show, interviews an aging Gumby about the scandals going on in cartoons. Princess Diana takes questions from viewers on a variety of subjects. Blythe asks people to please support serious theater so that other actresses won't be forced to appear on SNL to survive. Rickie Lee Jones performs "Pirates (So Long Lonely Avenue)", "Lush Life" and "Woody & Dutch On The Slow Train To Peking".
     
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    Daniel J. Travanti/John Cougar (1982)
    The host for the episode is Daniel J. Travanti, and the musical guest is John Cougar. The skits for this episode are as follows: After Daniel Travanti's opening monologue, Doug and Wendy Whiner celebrate their anniversary. Rod Serling hosts an episode of The Twilight Zone about a world in which everyone does Ethel Merman. A series of skits feature Larry the Lobster, including: voting on Larry, Larry's story, what happens if Larry lives, and the final vote on Larry's fate at the end of the show. Additional skits include cooking with Marcello, Hill Street Blues, the Bavarian butterfly dance, Career Corner and Reagan brand economics. John Cougar performs "Hurts So Good" and "Ain't Even Done With The Night".
     
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    Johnny Cash/Elton John (1982)
    The host for the episode is Johnny Cash, and the musical guest is Elton John. The skits for this episode are as follows: Andy Rooney stars as Ralph Kramden in an episode of "The HoneyRooners", doing his usual observational monologuing. When a condemned prisoner insists on his right to a final request just before execution, he gets Johnny Cash to sing "99,999 Bottles of Beer on the Wall". After coming back from another tropical vacation, Reagan opens up a dialog over the Falklands between Thatcher and Galtieri by having them act out a love scene together. Two women test their hair for dandruff by shaking it over Johnny Cash. A wandering poet muses on the beauty of the commuter train he's riding, but the other passengers don't share his enthusiasm. Johnny Cash performs "Ring Of Fire", "Folsom Prison Blues", "I Walk The Line" and "Sunday Morning Coming Down". Elton John performs "Empty Garden" and "Ball And Chain".
     
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    Robert Culp/The Charlie Daniels Band (1982)
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    Danny DeVito/Sparks (1982)
    The host for the episode is Danny DeVito, and the musical guest is Sparks. The skits for this episode are as follows: Andy Kaufman hypes his upcoming wrestling match. For his opening monologue, Danny DeVito invites the rest of the cast from Taxi to take a bow after their show was canceled by ABC without warning. Louis DePalma drives a taxi down to the ABC headquarters and detonates a bomb, bringing down the entire building as revenge for their canceling his show. Doug and Wendy Whiner annoy those around them with their constant whining. For the Weekend Update, Brian Doyle-Murray reports on Al Haig's attempts to resolve the Falklands crisis and accusations that Nancy Reagan failed to return a set of borrowed jewels, Christine Ebersole reports on Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn turning down an invitation to the White House and political changes in Argentina, Dr. Badofsky warns of the many diseases people can catch from animals, Mary Gross attempts to report on the new production of Annie with an impostor dog dressed as Sandy, and Lou Grant makes a try at reporting on the weather only to lose his temper when he gets canceled yet again. After wrestling women, Andy Kaufman agrees to meet Jerry Lawler in the ring. Sparks performs "Mickey Mouse" and "I Predict".
     
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    Olivia Newton-John (1982)
    The host and musical guest for the episode is Olivia Newton-John. The skits for this episode are as follows: An ad for TransEastern Airlines lets travelers know that every TransEastern employee is doing their part to ensure your trip is as miserable as possible. Frank Sinatra joins up with Stevie Wonder for a duet in the style of 'Ebony and Ivory', but the result is marked by Frank's crassness. Tim continues to have more problems in his marriage with Madge the Chimpanzee. Rod Serling presents an episode of The Twilight Zone that looks at the possibility of Hitler being in Heaven. Additional skits include Not a Record Ad, Business Talk, Grease, Sports Organ Classics, and The Clams. Olivia Newton-John performs "Physical", "Make a Move on Me" and "Landslide".
     
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    Chevy Chase/Queen (1982)
    The host for the episode is Chevy Chase (his third appearance as host), and the musical guest is Queen. The skits for this episode are as follows: Chevy Chase announces from a TV screen that because of a missed flight, he will have to host the show via satellite from California. He prepares to begin the first skit, but a stagehand accidentally knocks over his TV. For his opening monologue, Chevy speaks from a broken TV at the foot of the stage. Angry young artist and poet Tyrone Green displays his hatred of white people through his art at a gallery packed with white art connoisseurs. Joe Piscopo confesses his love for Rose Kennedy and asks her to marry him. John Hinckley announces his campaign for the presidency from his hospital cell. A mystery show presents a scene about a woman being accosted by a land shark that turns out to be on a video screen. Inventor Ron Popiel presents the Galactic Prophylactic, made of rubber and steel and guaranteed to last for fifty years. David Letterman presents a film shot by his dog and interviews Gumby. For the Weekend Update, Brad Hall reports on Reagan sending the Maureens to Lebanon, the NFL player's strike, and a new celebrity sperm bank, then phones up Secretary of the Interior James Watt to insult him. Father Andrew Titus angrily criticizes the new Reader's Digest condensed bible. Chevy claims to be reporting live from Beirut, but is revealed to be on the set of The Tonight Show in Burbank. An expose takes a serious look at a young man addicted to video games. Siskel and Ebert review the episode already in progress, praising Eddie Murphy but skewering Chevy. PTC Club prophet April May June praises Jesus while a faith healer performs miracles in the audience. Queen performs "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" and "Under Pressure".
     
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    Louis Gossett Jr/George Thorogood & The Destroyers (1982)
    Oscar winning actor Louis Gossett Jr. hosts this 1982 episode featuring a cameo by Mr. T. Selected sketches include: "Sex Therapy", "Mr. and Mrs. T Bloody Mary Mix", "Donahue" and the Commercial Parody "Don't Hitch-Hike". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Ron Howard/The Clash (1982)
    Sketches include "Bureau of Weights and Measures," "Opie's Back," "Velvet Jones Romance Novels," "Whiners Want a Baby," a guest performance by Harry Anderson, "In Search of Francis the Talking Mule" (film), "Focus on Film," "Reagan Visits Carter, 1980," "America is Turning Gay," "Sylvester School of Speech Therapy," "Hooker Explanation," and "Nukes Are For Kooks." The Clash performed "Straight To Hell" and "Should I Stay or Should I Go."
     
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    Howard Hesseman/Men at Work (1982)
    Howard Hessmann. Sketches include "Killing Time," "The Girls of SNL," "John Delorean," "Good Morning America," "Closet Heterosexual," "Marvin and Celeste in the Caribbean," "Naked Corpse Funeral," "Uncle Teddy's Little Theatre," and "The Amazing Ronco Answer Book." Men at Work performed "Who Can It Be Now" and "Down Under."
     
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    Michael Keaton/The New Joe Jackson Band (1982)
    "The Interesting Four, A Sense of Fear, Thank You, Ron Reagan, Snookie, Bill Smith Cares, Topol The Idiot, Nutty President, Pumpkin" were the sketches and "Steppin Out" and "Another World" Were the musical selections.
     
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    Robert Blake/Kenny Loggins (1982)
    "The Merv Griffin Show, Space Shuttle, PBS, Tyrone Goes Reggae, Masterful Theatre, Viewer Letter, DTV" Were the sketches and "Heart to Heart, and I Gotta Try" Were the musical numbers.
     
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    Drew Barrymore/Squeeze (1982)
    "The Web, E.T., Vote For Andy, Whiners, Should Andy Kaufman be allowed on SNL?, Voting So Far, Brain Surgery, Oklahoma, Dressing Room, Vote For Any, My Friend Zeus, single" Musical numbers "Annie Get Your Gun and Pulling Mussels"
     
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    Tom & Dick Smothers/Laura Branigan (1982)
    Sketches include"The Tonight Show, Thank you, Thank You Ron Reagan, Ledge, Rubbers, If You were a homosexual, who would you find attractive?, truck driving women, TV, Pudge and Solomon, Magic Act, The Inside Story, Handsome Men with big noses." Musical numbers were "Gloria and Living a Lie"
     
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    Eddie Murphy/Lionel Richie (1982)
    Sketches include "Rubik's Grenade, Merry Christmas, Dammit!, Clysler-Prymouth, I Came, I Saw, I Came Again, Haram Scarem, Herpes Gone Bananas, Joy of Christmas, A Special Christmas Message." Musical numbers were "You Are and Truly"
     
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    Lily Tomlin (1983)
    Sketches include "Judith Goes Shopping, Ernestine's House Call, Speaking as a Woman, Natural Resources, Edith Ann and Friends, Pudge and Solomon, Next Week, Tess In The Balcony, Fantasy, The Irish Radio Hour, Coffees of the world and The Web"
     
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    Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas/The Bus Boys (1983)
    Sketches include "McKenzie Brothers, Whiners, I'll be the Judge of that, Hitchcock Hygiene, Guy talk, Porta-Dish, Hell Bent For Glory, Rent Ed McMahon, Five Minutes to reflect, The Biological watch, Don't HItch-Hike" Musical numbers were "The Boys are back in town, and New Shoes."
     
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    Sid Caesar/Joe Cocker/Jennifer Warnes (1983)
    Sketches include "Funeral in a cab, Whiners, Who do you hate? Hotel, Crime and Self-Punishment, Saturday Night News Extra, A Few Minutes with Andy Rooney." Musical numbers were "Up Where We Belong and Seven Days".
     
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    Howard Hesseman/Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers (1983)
    Sketches include "Sleepy Boy 2000, Gas Station, Mad Magazine Theater, West Heaven, The A-Team, Holiday Inn, My Date with Dion, The Laughing Buddha, The Khaddaffi Look." Musical numbers were "Change of Heart and The Waiting."
     
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    Beau and Jeff Bridges/Randy Newman (1983)
    Sketches included "Texxon, Pimple, Rick's Cafe, Cheap Hunt, Battered Husband, Saundra's House of Massage, Guy Crazy." Musical numbers "I Love L.A., and Real Emotional Girl."
     
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    Bruce Dern/Leon Redbone (1983)
    Sketches include "Buckwheat Jeans, Donny and Marie St. Patrick's Day Special, Special Report, The Home for Disgusting Practices, The Buckwheat Story, Gumbys, Old Jew Beer, Old Negro Beer, Veggie Burgers, Old Chinaman Beer, Jerry Lewis School of Manners, Songwriters." Musical numbers "Sweet Sue, When you Wish Upon a star, and I ain't got nobody."
     
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    Robert Guilaume/Duran Duran (1983)
    Sketches include "Buckwheat Dead, Clysler-Preymouth, Motown Upon the Swanee River, Heil Hits, The Mrs. T Birthday Special, I Married a Monkey, Oil is Us, Pudge and Solomon and Wrong Number." Musical numbers were"Hungry Like The Wolf, Girls on Film."
     
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    Joan Rivers/Musical Youth (1983)
    Sketches include "Whiners, The David Susskind Show, The Enquirer, Joan vs. Joan, Oscars, Calvin Klein Jeans, Old Age Home, Club Doolittle, Stand-up, Caribbean Gyno." Musical number "Pass the Dutchie, Never Gonna Give You Up."
     
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    Susan Saint James/Michael McDonald (1983)
    Sketches include "The Exercises of Love, Sit on it, Tootsie cosmetics, Texxon, The Ladies Room, Our Generation, Takin' Care of Business, dung in the oval office, killing time, Magic Fish." Musical numbers include "If That's What It Takes, I Can't Let Go Now."
     
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    Stevie Wonder (1983)
    The host and musical guest for this episode is Stevie Wonder. The sequences are: "VD", a Kannon AE-1 photo camera ad (its slogan "so simple, anyone can use it"), Eddie Murphy plays a Stevie Wonder Impersonator, Adolf Hitler writes his own diaries before he takes his own life, a pseudo-biopic of Stevie Wonder, Dion's, Cotton Land and The Hunchback Boy. Wonder performs "Fingertips", "Overjoyed" and "Go Home".
     
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    Ed Koch/Kevin Rowland & Dexy's Midnight Runners (1983)
    Sketches include "What's the most disgusting thing you've seen in New York?, Mister Robinson's Neighborhood, LEdge, The Enquirer, Bald No More, Whiners, Late Night With David Letterman, Birthday A Go-Go." Musical numbers were "Come On, Eileen, The Celtic Soul Brothers."
     
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    Brandon Tartikoff/John Cougar Mellencamp (1983)
    The host for this episode is Brandon Tartikoff and the musical guest is John Cougar Mellencamp (his second appearance, his first under his real surname). Sketches are: Gross, Kazurinsky and Murphy are at Brandon's office; Brooke Shields under the pseudonym of "Martha" endorses Calvin Klein Cream Pies; James Watt is hated by his maid Rose; Art Hammond interviews a jazz musician; Herb Fein; the Whiners have ideas for their show; Gumby has a rehearsal; Larry's Corner; two criminals take a shop and an NBC self-parody ad. John Cougar Mellencamp performs "Pink Houses" and "Crumbling Down".
     
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    Danny DeVito & Rhea Pearlman/Eddy Grant (1983)
    Sketch's were as follows, "Calvin Klein Cream Pies, Mister Robinson's Neighborhood, Crazy Edelman, What Would Frank Do?, Small World, Odyssey of a Paperclip, Spanish Class, Autograph Hounds, Book Beat, The Amos 'n Andy Show, Masterpiece Humor, Body Guard." Musical numbers were "I Don't Wanna Dance, Electric Avenue and Living on the Front Line."
     
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    John Candy/Men at Work (1983)
    Sketch's include "Locker Room, Old Country Ski Lodge, Village of the Damned Little Rascals, Eddie In New Jersey, Phone Booth Confession, Movie Contract, Backstage with Ronald McDonald, Poly-Rock, Candace's Fantasy Shack, Men Behind Bars, Backstage." Musical numbers include "Doctor Heckyll and Mr. Jive and It's a Mistake"
     
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    Betty Thomas/Stray Cats (1983)
    Hosted by Hill Street Blues star Betty Thomas with music by The Stray Cats, the show is interrupted several times for special reports concerning the US invasion of Switzerland. The crisis came about after so-called 'Swiss Neutrallist' short changed an American tourist in a chocolate shop. Two sketches starring Eddie Murphy, including the famous "James Brown Hot Tub" were prerecorded for this show. Meanwhile, on Saturday Night News, new guy Jim Belushi has trouble coming up with a catchphrase or routine that hasn't already been done.
     
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    Teri Garr/Mick Fleetwood's Zoo (1983)
    Sketch's include "Cheerleaders, Mister Robinson's Neighborhood, Thirsty Guy, History: The Real Story, Dion's Cornet Man, Dopeball, Caffeine Achievers, Kennedy: The Man Behind The Woman!, Sarcastic Mother Superior, She's A Witch, What's the stupidest thing you've ever done?" Musical numbers were "Tonight and Way Down."
     
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    Jerry Lewis/Loverboy (1983)
    Sketch's include "Surgery, What Famous Person Do You Look Like?, The Forum, American In Paris, Cornet, Entertainment Tonight, Parachute, Fascinating People and Their Friends, Larry's Corner, Thanksgiving Dinner, Gusty, Jerry Schtick." Musical numbers were "Working for the Weekend"
     
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    The Smothers Brothers/Big Country (1983)
    Sketch's include, "Rain Delay, Crisis Game '83, Know your Neighbor, Carvel, Mentl, DreamLand, The Point, Clark Street Garage Band, Autograph." Musical numbers were "In a big Country" and "Fields of Fire"
     
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    Flip Wilson/Stevie Nicks (1983)
    Sketch's include "Dion's, Unrequited Sex, Unanswered Questions of the Universe, Hello, Trudy!, Older Sisters of The Young, Pudge and Solomon, Reverend Leroy, Crazy Weinstein, Shoe Tier, Subterraneans." Musical numbers were "Stand Back" and "Nightbird"
     
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    Father Guido Sarducci/Huey Lewis & The News (1984)
    Sketch's include "National Phone-In Democratic Primary, Buckwheat's Ghost, Countdown 84, Tasteless Choice, The Man Who Loved Swimmin', Nice Boys Don't Get Girls Pregnant, Right to Vote, Airport, Phone-In Results" Musical numbers were "Heart and Soul" and "I Want a New Drug"
     
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    Michael Palin/Mary Palin/The Motels (1984)
    Sketch's include "Donahue, Boy George Burn: The Man and His Music, Mister Robinson's Neighborhood, Mick Pitwhistle Does It All, Powerful Living Snaps, Man on a Chain, That's Okay, Shoplifter, Would You Believe It?, Save Lots of Plankton, House of Mutton, Boy's Life on the Mississippi" Musical numbers include "Suddenly Last Summer" and "Remember the Nights"
     
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    Don Rickles/Billy Idol (1984)
    Sketch's include "TV President, Kannon AE-1, I Married A Monkey, The Hamlisch Maneuver, Fascinating People and Their Friends, Witness Relocation, Saint Don of Verona, El Dorko, This is Your Afterlife, Anniversary Special" The Musical numbers were "White Wedding" and "Rebel Yell"
     
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    Robin Williams/Adam Ant (1984)
    Sketch's include "Winter Olympics, Buddweiser Light, Rock and Roll and then some, Wild Kingdom of Heaven, Gandi and The Bandit, Firing Line, Babies In Makeup, Mime Roommate, New Bad Babies, MTV News, Siamese Twins, Patty's Place" Musical numbers were "Strip" and "Goody Two Shoes"
     
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    Jamie Lee Curtis/The Fixx (1984)
    Jamie Lee Curtis plays herself in various sketches, but also a stewardess, an adult actress and the wife of a man cursed by a game of 'tag'. There is music from Rappin' Jimmy B, Eddie Murphy in a video store sketch and British band The Fixx, making their live American TV debut. "The Julia Show" leads into a performance by Joel Hodgson. Wayne Huevos has a commentary on Saturday Night News. Joe Piscopo fills in for Don Pardo and does his Ronald Reagan impression. There are repeat showings of the fake commercials for 'Rubik's Grenade' and 'Texxon Oil', as well as the mockumentary short "Prose & Cons".
     
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    Edwin Newman/Kool & The Gang (1984)
    Sketch's include "Hairdressers", Buddweiser Light", "Hymietown". "Hotline", "Fur: You Deserve It!", "News Bar", "speaking Freely", "How High the Moon", "Urban Answers", "A Nickel", "Face the Press", and "Jacoby Escort Service". Musical numbers include "Joanna" and "Celebration".
     
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    Billy Crystal/Al Jarreau (1984)
    Sketch's include "St. Patrick's Day Wrap-Up", "Hung Like Me", "Winston University", "Family in the Attic", "Sammy and Reagan", "Unanswered Questions of the Universe", Bad Career Moves", "God's Place", "The Womb", "The First Show" and the musical numbers were "Mornin" and "Trouble in Paradise"
     
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    Michael Douglas/Deniece Williams (1984)
    A young couple in love faces an unexpected and momentous decision while visiting a neighborhood ice cream parlor.
     
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    George McGovern/Madness (1984)
    Sketch's include "Lost Script", "MTV News", "Folgers Crystals", "Price Water-house", "4 Minutes to Live", "Annie Audition", "Next Week", "Footless", "Soundtrack", "TV's Foul-Ups, Bleeps, Blunders, Bloopers, Practical Jokes, And Political Debates", "Sugar or Plain", "Sleepy Boy 2000". Musical numbers were "Let's Hear it for the Boy" and "Wrapped Up"
     
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    Barry Bostwick/Spinal Tap (1984)
    Sketch's include "simulated cat fight", "Folgers Crystals", "Lie Detectory", "Iceman", "2 On the Town", "Spinal Tap Interview", "The Turkey Lady", "Barney's Beat", "Sunny-Side Ice Tea", "La Cage Aux Folles", "Unanswered Questions of the Universe", "Dog Day P.M." musical numbers were "Christmas with the Devil" and "Big Bottom"
     
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    Billy Crystal/Ed Koch/Edwin Newman/Father Guido Sarducci/Betty Thomas/The Cars (1984)
    Five hosts compete for airtime with the regular cast. Billy Crystal appears as Sammy Davis Jr. with Joe Piscopo's Frank Sinatra in the cold opening and as Fernando on Saturday Night News. Mayor Ed Koch plugs his book on "Mayor Koch's Neighborhood". Edwin Newman comes out of retirement to host Saturday Night News and appear on the 'Hello, Trudy!' show. Father Guido Sarducci does pre-recorded street interviews and is seen in a repeat of a commercial for " I got you Willie, I got you Guido' (with Jim Belushi as Willie Nelson). Betty Thomas joins a self defense class run by the Three Stooges. On top of that, Joel Hodgson does his act, Timothy Hutton cameos because he directed the video for The Car's song 'Drive' and dentist Ira Needleman (Gary Kroeger) turns his video dating video into a music video.
     
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    Thompson Twins (1984)
    Sketch's include "Lifestyles of the Relatives of the Rich and Famous", "Olympics 1984: A Special Report", "Rich Hall's Election Report", "Wheel of Fortune Interview", "Grandpa Howard", "Synchronized Swimming", "Audience", "Modale and Ferraro", "The Buldge", "Audience", "First Draft Theatre", "Book Beat:, "Running Late" Musical numbers include "Hold Me Now" and "The Gap".
     
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    Bob Uecker/Peter Wolf (1984)
    Sketch's include "Password", "Snap, Crackle and Pop", "An American Portrait", "Little League Trade", "L's", "The Mamie Eisenhower Center For The Dull", "7x4", "Negro Baseball", "Lost and Found", "Tippi Turtle", "SNL Mailbag", "Fresh Baseball" and "NBC Sports Update", Musical numbers were "Lights Out" and I Need You Tonight".
     
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    Jesse Jackson/Andrae Crouch, Wintley Phipps (1984)
    Sketch's include "Advice", "Elevator", "The Question Is Moot!", "Refrigerator Magnet Safety Advisory Board", "Just Kidding", "First Class", "Tippi Turtle", "Wrong Voice, Right Face", "Funny Black People", "Jeane Kirkpartrick", "Rich Hall's Election Report", "Fashion Report", "Rainbow Coalition" Musical numbers were "Right Now" and "Tell Me Again"
     
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    Michael McKean/Chaka Khan/The Folksmen (1984)
    Sketch's include "Gerry And The Mon-Dells", "Young Christians for Reagan", "Baby Double", "Fernando's "Hideaway", "The Folksmen", "Buddy Young Jr. Is Back!'. "First Draft Theater", "Madonna Navel Accessories", "PBS Pledgebration", "Rabbi", "Mondale Headquarters", "SNL Fashion Report" Musical numbers are "Old Joe's Place", "I Feel For You", and "This is My Night".
     
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    George Carlin/Frankie Goes to Hollywood (1984)
    Check out these selected sketches and segments from the 1984 episode hosted by famed comedian, and Lifetime Achievement Award winner, George Carlin. Sketches include: "Willie & Frankie on Night Watch", "Profiles in Sports", "Ye Olde Comedy Shoppe", "Saturday Night News" and SNL Commercial Parody "Strategic Airborne Contraceptive Device".
     
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    Ed Asner/The Kinks (1984)
    Five-time Globe winning actor Ad Asner hosts this 1984 episode. Watch selected sketches such as: "60 Minutes", "Bowling Alley", "Tippi Turtle" and "Saturday Night News". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Ed Begley Jr/Billy Squier (1984)
    Check out these selected sketches and segments from the 1984 episode hosted by six-time Emmy nominated actor Ed Begley Jr.. Sketches include: "The President's Adopted Son", "Kate & Ali", "Book Beat", "Saturday Night News" and SNL Commercial Parody "Refrigerator Magnet Safety Advisory Board". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Ringo Starr/Herbie Hancock (1984)
    Check out these selected sketches and segments from the 1984 episode hosted by two-time Grammy award winning musician Ringo Starr. Sketches include: "Beatle Memorabilia Auction", "Willie & Frankie on Lunch", "Blackwell" "Saturday Night News" and "Fernando's Hideaway". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Eddie Murphy/Robert Plant & The Honeydrippers (1984)
    One skit features Eddie Murphy as Desmond Tutu, who had just received his Nobel Peace Prize, as a guest on a talk show. A fellow guest is Doug Flutie with his just - won Heisman Trophy. Tutu accidentally breaks Flutie's trophy and tries to fix it on air before Flutie notices.
     
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    Kathleen Turner/John Waite (1985)
    Check out these selected sketches and segments from the 1985 episode hosted by two-time Golden Globe winning actress Kathleen Turner. Sketches include: "Donahue Green Room", "Willie & Frankie Waterskiing", "Nose Hair Trimmer" "Saturday Night News", "The Joe Franklin Show" and SNL Commercial Parody "Safeco". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Roy Scheider/Billy Ocean (1985)
    Watch these selected sketches and segments from the 1985 episode hosted by Jaws star Roy Schneider. Sketches include: "Reagan Inauguration", "Phil and Ricky on Super Sunday", "Good Cop Bad Cop" and "Chock Full O Nuts". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Alex Karras/Tina Turner (1985)
    Film and TV veteran Alex Karras hosts this 1985 episode featuring selected sketches such as: "Prince at SNL", "Time for Time", "A Couple of White Guys", "Kelly Cola", "Bait & Tackle" and the SNL Commercial Parody "Kaddafi Jeans". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Harry Anderson/Bryan Adams (1985)
    See these selected sketches and segments from the 1985 episode hosted by three-time Emmy nominated actor Harry Anderson with special guest appearances by Carol Burnett, Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Waylon Jennings, and Christopher Reeve.
     
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    Pamela Sue Martin/Power Station (1985)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1985 hosted by TV veteran Pamela Sue Martin with filmed cameos featuring Ann-Margret, Morgan Fairchild, Teri Garr, Susan Lucci, and Lynn Swann.
     
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    SNL Film Festival (1985)
    Does not include musical performances or sketches containing licensed music. America's premier sketch-comedy show returns for its 39th season LIVE from Studio 8H in New York City. This season, the cast includes Vanessa Bayer, Taran Killam, Seth Meyers, Bobby Moynihan, Nasim Pedrad, Jay Pharoah, Kenan Thompson, featuring Beck Bennett, Aidy Bryant, Kate McKinnon, John Milhiser, Kyle Mooney, Mike O'Brien, Cecily Strong, Noël Wells, and Brooks Wheelan. Check out these selected sketches and segments from each of this season's episodes, so you can make every night a Saturday Night.
     
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    Mr. T and Hulk Hogan/The Commodores (1984)
    Wrestlemania stars Mr. T and Hulk Hogan host this 1985 episode with special guest appearance by Liberace. Selected sketches include: "I Am Also The World", SNL Commercial Parody "Reagan Jeans", "Toxic Waste", "Mr. T and Hulk Hogan Reply", "Nathan Thurm's Mistress" and "The Joe Franklin Show". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Christopher Reeve/Santana (1985)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from the 1985 episode hosted by Superman actor Christopher Reeve with gues performance by Steven Wright. Selected sketches include: "Superman Auditions", "Escaping the Germans", "Talk Back" and "Saturday Night News". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Howard Cosell/Greg Kihn (1985)
    Watch famed sports journalist Howard Cosell host this 1985 episode with selected sketches such as: "Willie and Frankie", "Inside Out", "Run Throw and Catch Like a Girl Olympics", "Howard's Bar Mitzvah", "Fernando's Hideaway" and "Dr. Ruth". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Madonna/Simple Minds (1985)
    No cold opening. In her monologue, the host Madonna talks about her and Sean Penn's recent secretive wedding and shows mockumentary clips from it. Hell beer commercial carries a warning for the soul. The Reagans spend a quiet evening with Prince Charles and Lady Di at the White House but tongues get loose after a few drinks and Nancy gets frisky. The musical guest Simple Minds perform their song Alive and Kicking. Twitchy street fences Jones & Jones offer the best cheapest goods in town. Dennis Miller makes his first appearance as the anchorperson on the Weekend Update. He comments on the USSR's paranoid reaction to Halley's Comet, the US and USSR's peace talks, Georgia's ironic anti-gay law, Ferdinand Marcos hold over the Philippines elections, the passing of Orson Welles, the new way to throw away the garbage, Libya, the Palestinian PLO and Jehovah's Witnesses clash, clinical death record, the Beatrice Company expansion, Louis Farrakhan's similarities to Pee-wee Herman, the ironic dilemma of illegal immigrant and US lottery winner Jose Caballero, the controversial policy of the World News Agency and Jordan King Hussein's arms deal with the Philadelphia police department. Finally, Dennis makes the wish of SNL's viewer Bobby to take on major league baseball pitcher Goose Gossage come true but hubris intervenes. Madonna performs a funny version of A-ha's Take On Me on a Spanish variety show La Cucaracha Motel. Penn bets the audience that he'll pull off a magic trick with cards before his partner Teller drowns in a tightly locked tank filled with water but things don't go as he planned. National Inquirer Theater's questionable reenactment of the violent death of Marylin Monroe involves the Kennedy brothers and a mentalist. Simple Minds perform their song Sanctify Yourself. The host of the Twilight Zone-esque Limits of the Imagination intervenes during the story. An awkward movie shoot with an ironic twist portrays a gay actor's fear of "Pinklisting", a new scare in Hollywood caused by the AIDS outbreak. An African American teenage mother promotes her educational "I Don't Want a Baby" coloring book.
     
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    Chevy Chase/Sheila E. (1985)
    Original SNL cast member Chevy Chase returns to host this 1985 episode, which includes selected sketches such as "The Pat Stevens Show," "Ford & Reagan," and "The Life Of Vlad The Impaler." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Pee Wee Herman/Queen Ida & The Bon Temps Zydeco Band (1985)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from this 1985 episode hosted by Pee-Wee Herman. Sketches include: "Locker Room," "The Pat Stevens Show," "Jail Cell," and "Weekend Update." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    John Lithgow/Mr. Mister (1985)
    In cold open, President Reagan ignores Dr. Federico's appeal to use nukes against an incoming killer comet. In his monologue, jet-lagged John Lithgow mistakes the live show for a pre-show dress rehearsal. Hell beer ad has a warning for your soul. Uptight family man Bob Danielson has something up his behind. Master thespian Jonathan Yankolovichy and his mentor Baudelaire have a deadly acting duel. Texan car salesmen Rudy Randolph wants to sell you a Rolls-Royce. A time-wasting ad successfully wastes your time. John is a caring father who only talks in clicheed metaphors, phrases and expressions, which aggravates his heartbroken daughter Joan to no end. Pop rock band Mr. Mister perform their hit song Broken Wings. On Weekend Update, Dennis discusses Reagan's claim that an alien threat could unite the planet and end the Cold War, Reagan's Star Wars weapons program, US gymnast and 1984 Olympic gold medalist Mary Lou Retton's selling out to ad companies, the gruesome results of the "Search for Captain Crunch" competition, the acquittal of the death squad responsible for the murder of Filipino opposition leader Benigno Aquino Jr., Reagan's stuffing of a turkey, former hippie Wally Paxton who claims to be the inventor of Granola and is disillusioned by its commercialization, the resignation of Reagan's national security adviser Robert McFarlane over his rivalry with the White House Chief of Staff Donald Regan, Exxon's plans for the year, the White House's plan to hire Brooke Shields as a spokesperson against selling US secrets to foreign countries, the subscription to Omni magazine, the 40th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, the 920th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings and anchor Phyllis George's attack on CBS's executives. The segment wraps up with Damon as a political commentator from the hood who comments on the US - USSR negotiations, the Star Wars initiative and the threat of nuclear war. Next, Nancy Reagan dreams about being a femme fatal cabaret singer. Popular stand up comedian Sam Kinison does his stand up bit about Jesus. In the 19th century, mutiny on the Cameron fails due to a lack of demands. Trojan ad turns to patriotic Americans. Mr. Mister performs their song Kyrie. On the Twilight Zone-sque The Limits of Imagination episode, a couple goes to an "all you can eat" restaurant not realizing that this place takes that slogan literally.
     
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    Tom Hanks/Sade (1985)
    The host is Tom Hanks and the musical guest is Sade. The sketches are: on "Entertainment Tonight", Brooke Shields claims that her film career stalled after turning down "Scarface" and "Once Upon a Time in America"; Paul meets two stand-up comedians; Pat Stevens interviews Louis Farrakhan; Steve has a fantasy; Tommy Flanagan meets his brother Earl; Tomaso and Mateo are fishermen. Sade performs "Is It a Crime?" and "The Sweetest Taboo". Steven Wright performs a stand-up.
     
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    Teri Garr/Dream Academy/The Cult (1985)
    Teri Garr returns to host the Christmas episode of 1985, which includes selected segments such as "Rapping Wrapper," "Hildy," "Weekend Update," and "Time Machine Trivia Game." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Harry Dean Stanton/The Replacements (1986)
    Check out these selected sketches and segments from the 1986 episode hosted by Hollywood veteran Harry Dean Stanton. Sketches include "Press Conference," "New Parents," and "That Black Girl," along with a guest performance by Sam Kinison. For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Dudley Moore/Al Green (1986)
    Arthur star Dudley Moore hosts this 1986 episode, which features selected sketches such as "Monks," "The Pat Stevens Show," and "Just Like Phoebe." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Ron Reagan/The Nelsons (1986)
    Penn & Teller perform an upside down magic act.
     
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    Jerry Hall/Stevie Ray Vaughan/Jimmie Vaughan (1986)
    Model/actress Jerry Hall hosts this episode from 1986, with a guest performance by Sam Kinison. Selected sketches include "Weekend Update," "Sore Toe" and "Line Of Death." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Griffin Dunne/Rosanne Cash (1986)
    Watch selected sketches from this 1986 episode hosted by After Hours star Griffin Dunne. Sketches and segments include "Mr. Monopoly," "You Bet Your Finger," and "Pick Your Friends," as well as a guest performance by Penn & Teller. For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    George Wendt and Francis Ford Coppola/Philip Glass (1986)
    Francis Ford Coppola directs and co-hosts with George Wendt in this 1986 special episode. Selected sketches and segments include "Commercials," "Fish Market," and "Actors," as well as a Grand Finale. For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Oprah Winfrey/Joe Jackson (1986)
    Media giant Oprah Winfrey hosts this 1986 episode. Selected sketches and segments include A Color Purple take-off in the Cold Opening, "Cute Shop," "The Wart Hog," and "Craig Sundberg: Idiot Savant." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Tony Danza/Laurie Anderson (1986)
    Tony Danza hosts this 1986 episode, with a special guest performance by Penn and Teller. Other selected sketches and segments include "30 Counts," "Big Time Professional Golf," and "Unconditional Love." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Catherine Oxenberg and Paul Simon/Ladysmith Black Mambazo (1986)
    Selected sketches and segments from this 1986 special episode co-hosted by Catherine Oxenberg and Paul Simon, which includes a special performance by Penn and Teller. Sketches include "Prison," "The Late Show With Joan Rivers," "Beverly Hills," and "A Mother's Day Message." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Jimmy Breslin and Marvin Hagler/Level 42/E.G. Daily (1986)
    Journalist Jimmy Breslin hosts this 1986 episode, with a special guest performance by Sam Kinison. Selected sketches include "Midday with Jennifer Hicks," "The Pat Stevens Show," "Assembly," and "A Message From Jody Hagler." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Anjelica Huston and Billy Martin/George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic (1986)
    Anjelica Houston and Billy Martin co-host the finale episode of the 1985/86 season. Selected sketches and segments include "Moments of Doubt," "Actors On Film," "Bocce Ball My Way," and "My Friend"
     
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    Sigourney Weaver/Buster Poindexter (1986)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1986 episode hosted by Golden Globe winning actress Sigourney Weaver with special guest appearance by Madonna. Sketches include: "Church Chat", "Quiz Masters", "Derek Stevens Auditions", "Weekend Update" and "Tommy Flanagan and His Girlfriends". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Malcolm-Jamal Warner/Run-DMC (1986)
    Emmy nominated actor Malcolm-Jamal Warner hosts this 1986 episode with special guest appearance by Sam Kinison. Selected sketches and segments include: "Donahue", "Weekend Update", "One More Mission" and the SNL Commercial Parody "Team Xynex". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Rosanna Arquette/Ric Ocasek (1986)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from the 1986 episode hosted by Golden Globe nominated actress Rosanna Arquette. Sketches include: "Tommy "Lorne" Flanagan", "Church Chat", "Helmlsey Spook House", "Weekend Update" and the SNL Commercial Parody "Pork". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Sam Kinison/Lou Reed (1986)
    Famed Comedian Sam Kinison hosts the 1986 episode with selected sketches and segments such as: "Church Chat", SNL Commercial Parody "Adobe", "Parent-Teacher Conference", "The Dancing Lord" and "Weekend Update". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Robin Williams/Paul Simon (1986)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1986 episode hosted by Oscar winning actor and comedian Robin Williams featuring cameos by Paul Simon, Art Garfunkle and Whoopi Goldberg. Sketches include: "Reagan's Earpiece", "Fans", "Master Thespians" and "Weekend Update". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Chevy Chase/Steve Martin/Martin Short/Randy Newman (1986)
    Watch Three Amigos stars Chevy Chase, Steve Martin, and Martin Short host the 1986 episode which features a cameo by comedian Eric Idle. Selected sketches include: "Stumblebums Anonymous", "Pat Stevens Show", Tommy Flanagan on "Weekend Update", "Church Chat", and "Steve Martin's Holiday Wish". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Steve Guttenberg/The Pretenders (1986)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1986 episode hosted by Police Academy star Steve Guttenberg with special guest performance by Penn and Teller. Sketches include: "Iranian National Assembly", "Derek Stevens' Marketing Expert", "Weekend Update" and SNL Commercial Parody "McSooshi". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    William Shatner/Lone Justice (1986)
    William Shatner hosts this episode, and Lone Justice and Buster Poindexter are musical guests. The cold opener is a parody of "The Green Berets" involving former Colonel Oliver North(Shatner). William Shatner's "infamous" monologue involves his first attendance at a recent Star Trek convention, where he tells Trekkies to get a life. Liz Sweeney (Nora Dunn) sings a medley for her fiancé (Shatner), with her sister Candy. T.J. Hooker (Shatner) spend too much time riding the hood of a car during a chase. Weekend Update with Dennis Miller includes Al Franken experiencing phantom pains while describing Reagan's prostate surgery. Another Star Trek parody involves Captain Kirk (Shatner) and company converting the Enterprise into a space-based restaurant. A woman's(Dunn) Husband (Shatner) can't get enough of his physique in the mirror. In Kevin Nealon's Classic Christmas Experience, Nealon recalls Christmas clichés and disasters. The famous Lost Ending to "It's A Wonderful Life," where the people of Bedford Falls rise up and kick Mr. Potter's (Jon Lovitz) ass. "The True Life Story of Frankie Toussaint:" A Schiller-Vision noir-film about a guy(Griffin Dunne), who just can't get a break from the justice system. Lone Justice performs the songs "Shelter," and "I Found Love," and for the holidays, Buster Poindexter sings "Zat You, Santa?"
     
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    Walter Payton & Joe Montana/Debbie Harry (1987)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1987 episode hosted by football greats Joe Montana and Walter Payton. Sketches include: "NFL Video Countdown", "Church Chat", "Tommy Flanagan and Walter Payton", and "Superbowl Gambling Memories". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Paul Shaffer/Bruce Hornsby & The Range (1987)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from the 1987 episode hosted by David Letterman bandleader Paul Shaffer. Sketches include: "Being Hip", "What's My Addiction?", SNL Commerical Parody "Spansh Ad", "The Pat Stevens show", and "Weekend Update". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Bronson Pinchot/Paul Young/Buster Poindexter (1987)
    View selected sketches and segments from the 198y episode hosted by Perfect Strangers star Bronson Pinchot with special guest appearances by Paulina Porizkova. Sketches include: "Liberace in Heaven", "Nightline", "Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue", "Derek Stevens' Jingle", "Babette's Valentine's Day", and "Weekend Update".
     
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    Willie Nelson (1987)
     
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    Valerie Bertinelli/Robert Cray Band (1987)
    Two-time Golden Globe winning actress Valerie Berinelli hosts this 1987 episode featuring guest appearances by Eddie Van Halen and Edwin Newman. Selected sketches include: "Dinner at the Van Halens", "Hard News Cafe", "Let's Go to the Movies", SNL Commercial Parody "McSooshi", and a musical performance by Van Halen and the SNL Band called "Stompin' 8H".
     
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    Bill Murray/Percy Sledge (1987)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from the 1987 episode hosted by Oscar nominated actor and former SNL cast member Bill Murray. Sketches include: "Liberace in Heaven", "Donahue", "Honker Cab Driver", and "Tough Parents". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Charlton Heston/Wynton Marsalis (1987)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1987 episode hosted by Oscar winning actor Charlton Heston. Sketches include: SNL Commercial Parody "The Fruiting", "Church Chat", "Weekend Update", and "Kevin Speaks". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    John Lithgow/Anita Baker (1987)
    Two-time Oscar nominated acot John Lithgow hosts this 1987 episode which features selected sketches such as: "Embassy Spies", "World's Meanest Minister", "Master Thespian", and "The Pat Stevens Show". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    John Larroquette/Timbuk-3 (1987)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1987 episode hosted by Emmy winning actor John Larroquette. Sketches include: "Mother-in Law", "No. 2 Detective", "Riddles of the Universe", "Instant Coffee" and the SNL Commerical Parody "The Amazing Alexander". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Mark Harmon/Suzanne Vega (1987)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from the 1987 episode hosted by Emmy winning actor Mark Harmon. Sketches include: "The New Charlie's Angels", "Sexiest Man Alive", "Iran Contra Hearings", the SNL Commerical Parody "Einstein Express", and "Kitty Bible". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Garry Shandling/Los Lobos (1987)
    In the cold opening, President Reagan's former national security adviser Robert McFarlane has an emotional breakdown during his testimony at the Iran-Contra congressional hearing. In the opening monologue, the episode's host, comedian Garry Shandling, talks about his wacky ex girlfriend. Garry decides to do his first sketch, in which his character is to return an item to a clothing store without the receipt, in the same breaking-the-fourth-wall vein as his sitcom "It's Garry Shandling's Show (1986)" works, but his co-stars in the sketch, Jan and Phil, aren't all that happy about it. Dana's recurring character Puppy, the high class professional cat burglar, gets a visit from police inspector Phil. Can Puppy resist acting like a dog to avoid suspicion? Next, Garry shares his problems with his abusive mother with a support group, who then decides to intervene with his mother Jan on his behalf. However, Garry isn't telling them the whole story and the truth turns out to be much more twisted and psycho-sexual in nature than they thought. Musical guest, the popular L.A. rock band Los Lobos, play their song "Is This All There Is". SNL's regular anchorperson Dennis Miller talks news including U.S. Senator from Colorado Gary Hart's failed run for the Democratic nomination for President in 1988, The PTL Club's reported mismanagement of funds, late CIA director William J. Casey, the Iran-contra affair, New York City's AIDS awareness cartoon campaign, the reported disappearance of 10 million Disneyland dollars, overpopulation reports, the Bernhard Goetz case and the Reagans. Dana as Jimmy Stewart then shows up to passionately talk to Dennis about the controversial "black and white film colorization" senate hearings. In an elite restaurant, Nora and Jon perform, in French accents, a spoof version of Judy Collins' song Send In The Clowns. Tracey Ullman's short shows what a terrible self-absorbed new mother she is and she pays an ironic price for it. Gary and Victoria, stuck in the economy class, become victims of their inconsiderate fellow passengers, who keep spitting on them. Los Lobos returns to perform One Time One Night. Finally, Dana and Jan celebrate their anniversary in a restaurant by fighting and verbally abusing each other until Garry, the waiter, intervenes.
     
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    Dennis Hopper/Roy Orbison (1987)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1987 episode hosted by two-time Oscar nominated actor Dennis Hopper. Sketches include: "Church Chat", "What's That Smell?", "David Brinkley", "Dog Eat Dog", and the SNL Commercial Parody "Cosmetic Surgery".
     
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    Steve Martin/Sting (1987)
    Steve Martin returns to host the premiere episode of the 1987/88 season. Selected sketches include "Common Knowledge," "The NFL Today," "Slide Whistles," and "Pumping Up With Hans and Franz." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Sean Penn/L.L. Cool J, Michael Penn & The Pull (1987)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from this 1987 episode hosted by film star Sean Penn. Sketches include "Wall Street Week," "Pitman & Bullock," "After the Date," and "Discover." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Dabney Coleman/The Cars (1987)
    Golden Globe-winner Dabney Coleman hosts this 1987 episode, which includes selected sketches such as "Campfire Stories," "The Winning Spirit," "Marriage Counselor," and "Mascot Ideas." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Robert Mitchum/Simply Red (1987)
    Noir star Robert Mitchum hosts this 1987 episode. Selected sketches and segments include "The Mountain Man," "Weekend Update," and the commercial parodies "Compulsion" and "Beauty Bath." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Candice Bergen/Cher (1987)
    Emmy-winner and frequent host Candice Bergen returns for this 1987 episode. Selected sketches include "Pumping Up With Hans and Franz," "Anne Boleyn," "Country Through and Through," and "Peeping Tom." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Danny DeVito/Bryan Ferry (1987)
    Danny DeVito returns to host this 1987 episode, which includes selected sketches such as "Gorbachev/Reagan," "Doorman," and commercial parody "Handi-Off." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Angie Dickinson/Buster Pointdexter/David Gilmour (1987)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from this 1987 episode hosted by Golden Globe-winner Angie Dickinson. Sketches include "Donahue," "Traumatic Memories Christmas Party," "Airplane," and "Wedgie Fever!" For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Paul Simon/Linda Ronstadt (1987)
    Check out this 1987 Christmas episode hosted by Paul Simon, with a special appearance by Senator Paul Simon. Selected sketches include "30th Christmas," "Master Thespian," "Subway," and "Succinctly Speaking." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Robin Williams/James Taylor (1988)
    Robin Williams returns to host this 1988 episode. Selected sketches and segments include "Pumping Up With Hans and Franz," "Birth Tape," "Learning To Feel," and "60th Birthday." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Carl Weathers/Robbie Robertson (1988)
    Film veteran Carl Weathers hosts this 1988 episode, which includes selected sketches such as "BushWhacked!", "NFL Today," "Democratic Debate 88," and "Master Thespian." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Justine Bateman/Terrance Trent D'Arby (1988)
    Sitcom star Justine Bateman hosts this 1988 episode, with a guest appearance by Dan Aykroyd. Selected sketches include "Republican Debate 88," a Family Ties parody, "Learning to Feel" and "Derek Stevens/Inspirations." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Tom Hanks/Randy Travis (1988)
    Watch selected sketches from this 1988 episode hosted by SNL favorite Tom Hanks. Sketches include "Girl Watchers," "The Pat Stevens Show," "Stand-Ups," and "Sentimental Value Pawn Shop." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Judge Reinhold/10,000 Maniacs (1988)
    Host and Beverly Hills Cop co-star Judge Reinhold helps bring this 1987/88 season to a close. Selected sketches and segments include "Church Chat," "Deregulated Airline," "When Great Minds Meet," and "Pirates." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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  261. Season 14

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    Tom Hanks/Keith Richards (1988)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1988 episode hosted by two-time Oscar winning actor Tom Hanks. Sketches include: "ABC Campaign ‘88", "Mr. Short-Term Memory", "Jew, Not a Jew", "'Big' Outtakes", and SNL Commercial Parody "First Citiwide Bank Change". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Matthew Broderick/The Sugarcubes (1988)
    Golden Globe nominated actor Matthew Broderick hosts this 1988 episode with a filmed cameo by Laurie Metcalf and Catherine O'Hara. Selected sketches and segments include: "Nude Beach", "Learning to Feel", "Thumper Family", and the short film "Laurie Has a Story". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    John Larroquette/Randy Newman & Mark Knopfler (1988)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from the 1988 episode hosted by Golden Globe nominated actor John Larroquette. Sketches include: "Alien Dukakis", "Bush Ad", SNL Commercial Parody "Vernon Hawley, Jr.", "Sex Stories Over Dinner", and "Dan Quayle: President". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Matthew Modine/Edie Brickell & New Bohemians (1988)
    Golden Globe nominated actor Matthew Modine hosts this 1988 episode which includes selected sketches and segments such as: SNL Commercial Parody "Republican Ad", "Dukakis After Dark", and "Weekend Update". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Demi Moore/Johnny Clegg & Savuka (1988)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1988 episode hosted by Golden Globe nominated actress Demi Moore with a special guest appearance by Bruce Willis. Sketches include: SNL Commercial Parody "Neuburg's Bleu Cheese Cooler", "Dr. Know-it-all", "Businessman's Chatter Line", "Hans & Franz go Camping", and "Woman vs Rattlesnake".
     
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    John Lithgow/Tracy Chapman (1988)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from the 1988 episode hosted by Oscar nominated actor John Lithgow. Sketches include: SNL Commercial Parody "Long White Beard", "Animal Confession", "Master Thespian", "Keister Thanksgiving", and "Skeleton Phobia". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Danny DeVito/The Bangles (1988)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1988 episode hosted by Oscar nominated actor Danny DeVito. Sketches include: SNL Commercial Parody "Big Red", "Sex Tonight", "Mexican Bandit", and "Weekend Update". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Kevin Kline/Bobby McFerrin (1988)
    View selected sketches and segments from the 1988 episode hosted by Oscar winning actor Kevin Kline. Sketches include: "A Trump Christmas", "Game Breakers", "Desert Island Agency", "Raspberry Responses", and "Weekend Update". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Melanie Griffith/Little Feat (1988)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1988 episode hosted by Oscar nominated actress Melianie Griffith. Sketches include: SNL Commercial Parody "Metrocard", "Unrequited Businessman", "Office Party", "Season's Greetings", and "Weekend Update". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    John Malkovich/Anita Baker (1989)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from the 1989 episode hosted by Oscar nominated actor John Malkovich. Sketches include: "Bush's Super Bowl Call", SNL Commercial Parodies "First Citiwide Change Bank" and "Garey Busey Motorcycle Helmets", "Nancy Reagan's Visit", "Attitudes" and "Mocking Lord Edmund". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Tony Danza/John Hiatt (1989)
    View selected sketches and segments from the 1989 episode hosted by Who's the Boss? star Tony Danza. Sketches include: "A Message From Ted Bundy", SNL Commercial Parodies "Carbon Paper' and "Maydenform", "Frankie's Proposal" and "Stakeout" . For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Leslie Nielsen/Cowboy Junkies (1989)
    Naked Gun star Leslie Nielsen hosts this 1989 episode. Selected sketches include: "Long White Beard", "Snap Decision", "Weekend Update" and SNL Commercial Parody "Geritech". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Glenn Close/Gipsy Kings (1989)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from the 1989 episode hosted by Oscar nominated actress Glenn Close with a special guest appearance by William Hurt. Sketches include: "Barnes & Noble Under Siege", "Fatal Attraction", SNL Commercial Parody "Big Red", and "Levels". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Mary Tyler Moore/Elvis Costello (1989)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1989 episode hosted by Oscar nominated actress Mary Tyler Moore. Sketches include: "Customs", "Weekend Update", and "Robot Repair". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Mel Gibson/Living Colour (1989)
    Two-time Oscar winning actor Mel Gibson hosts this 1989 episode with selected sketches such as: "Tales of Ribaldry", SNL Commercial Parody "Exxon of Supertanker Steering", "Cooking with the Anal Retentive Chef" and "Dream Gynecologist". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Dolly Parton (1989)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1989 episode hosted by country music star and Oscar nominated actress Dolly Parton. Sketches include: "Mountain Stories", "Food Emporium", "Oil Spill Cleanup", and "Weekend Update". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Geena Davis/John Mellencamp (1989)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from the 1989 episode hosted by Oscar winning actress Gina Davis. Sketches include: "Bush's First 100 Days", "Bob Waltman Special Promo", "Attitudes", and "Last Man on Earth". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Wayne Gretzky/Fine Young Cannibals (1989)
    Saturday Night Live Season 14 Episode 19 on May 13, 1989 with host Wayne Gretzky and musical guest Fine Young Cannibals.
     
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    Steve Martin/Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers (1989)
    Steve Martin hosts this episode for the 11th time, and Tom Petty and The Heartbreaker are the musical guests. In the cold opening, President George H.W. Bush(Dana Carvey) outlines his accomplishments and failings in office. Steve Martin's monologue is out of the ordinary; A tearful mourning of the passing of former cast-member Gilda Radner, including a replay of a sketch from an episode that aired on April 22, 1978. The ninth installment of "Pumping Up with Hans & Franz." Jan Hooks imitates Tammy Wynette. Martin and Victoria Jackson appear in the first episode of "Toonces: The Cat Who Could Drive a Car." Martin reads some poetry about a non-descript woman. Pope John Paul II can be heard on Weekend Update. Lorne Michaels announces a new version of "The Coneheads." Jon Lovitz boasts of the benefits of getting to know him. On Sprockets, Dieter introduced Heike Mueller(Nora Dunn), art critic and his current lover. Both review such artists as Chuckles the Clown, and the poetry of Jimmy Stewart(Carvey). The Good and Bad Sides of Steve Martin. A Cable TV network run by the tobacco industry for smokers, Frankenstein, Tonto and Tarzan (Hartman, Lovitz, Kevin Nealon) want you to Have A Bitchin' Summer. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers perform the songs "Runnin' Down a Dream" and "Free Fallin'."
     
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    Bruce Willis/Neil Young (1989)
    Action superstar Bruce Willis hosts the premiere episode of the 1989/90 season. Selected sketches and segments include "White House Report," "thirtysomething Cereal," "Anal Retentive Guy," and "Wayne's World." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Rick Moranis/Rickie Lee Jones (1989)
    Comedian Rick Moranis hosts this 1989 episode. Selected sketches include "Jackie Mason's Press Conference," "Honey, I Shrunk Hans and Franz," "Sheeba The Horse," and "Word Busters." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Kathleen Turner/Billy Joel (1989)
    Oscar nominee Kathleen Turner hosts this 1989 episode. Selected segments and sketches include Kathleen's monologue, in which she reveals to readers her "real voice," as well as "Weekend Update." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    James Woods/Don Henley (1989)
    Watch selected segments and sketches from this 1989 Halloween episode hosted by Riding In Cars With Boys star James Woods. Sketches include commercial parodies "Yard-A-Pult" and "Helmsley Spook House," as well as "Primetime Live," and "Three Dudes Holistic Automotive." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Chris Evert/Eurythmics (1989)
    Tennis champ Chris Evert hosts this 1989 episode, which features selected sketches and segments such as "Wimbledon Loss," "Bush At The Berlin Wall," "Lyle, The Effeminate Heterosexual," and "The Nude House of Wacky People." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Woody Harrelson/David Byrne (1989)
    Cheers star Woody Harrelson hosts this 1989 episode. Selected sketches include "Five Easy Pieces," "Three Very Lonely Cowboys," "Attitudes," and "Thanksgiving Good, Fire Bad." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    John Goodman/k.d. lang (1989)
    John Goodman hosts for the first time in this 1989 episode, which includes sketches such as "Cooking With The Anal Retentive Chef," "Wayne's World," "The Mike Ditka Type-A Christmas Special," and "Gang Parents."
     
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    Robert Wagner/Linda Ronstadt & Aaron Neville (1989)
    Check out selected segments and sketches from this 1989 episode hosted by film/TV veteran Robert Wagner. Sketches include "Sleeping Quayle," "Sloppy Eater," "Evil Rockefeller," and "In The Middle." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Andie MacDowell/Tracy Chapman (1989)
    Golden Globe-nominee Andie MacDowell hosts this 1989 holiday episode. Selected sketches include "The Night Hanukkah Harry Saved Christmas," "Baby Carriers," "Hal Jerome Tribute," and "This Is Your Day." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Ed O'Neill/Harry Connick Jr. (1990)
    Married With Children star Ed O'Neill hosts the first episode of the 1990s, with a cameo appearance by Maury Povich. Selected sketches include "Penis References," "Wayne's World," "The Nagging Husband," and Ceausescu's Wake." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Christopher Walken/Bonnie Raitt (1990)
    SNL favorite Christopher Walken hosts this 1990 episode, which includes selected sketches such as "Eternity," "Attitudes," "Girlfriend Dumping Service," and commercial parody "Colon Blow." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Quincy Jones & Co. (1990)
    Watch selected segments and sketches from this 1990 episode hosted by music legend Quincy Jones, with special guest appearances by Kool Moe Dee, Melle Mel, and Quincy D III. Sketches include "The Bob Waltman Special," "Jazz Perspectif," "Sharing the Swimsuit Issue," and "A Coming Together." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Tom Hanks/Aerosmith (1990)
    Tom Hanks returns to host this 1990 episode. Selected sketches include "Wayne's World" with special guests Aerosmith, "Tales of Ribaldry," "Mr. Short Term Memory," and "Black History Moment." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Fred Savage/Technotronic (1990)
    The Wonder Years star Fred Savage hosts this 1990 episode. Selected sketches include "Church Chat," "Gun Safety," "Imaginary Friends," and "Rocket Launch." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Rob Lowe/The Pogues (1990)
    Selected sketches and segments from this 1990 show hosted by Rob Lowe. Sketches include "Sex Tape Worries," "Church Chat," "The Arsenio Beckman Show," and "Helmet Head." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Debra Winger/Eric Clapton (1990)
    Oscar nominee Debra Winger hosts this 1990 episode, which includes selected sketches such as "Reagan & The Census," "Weekend Update," and "Wayne's World." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Corbin Bernsen/The Smithereens (1990)
    Check out selected sketches from this 1990 episode hosted by L.A. Law star Corbin Bernson. Sketches include "TV Lawyers," "Movers and Shakers," and "Playgirl Models." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Alec Baldwin/The B-52's (1990)
    Alec gives a graduation address to open the show.
     
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    Andrew Dice Clay/Julee Cruise/Spanic Boys (1990)
    Much drama preceded this episode as scheduled musical guest Sinead O'Connor canceled her musical guest appearance amid much pre-show clamor with regular Nora Dunn announcing her departure, both reportedly because of Clay's misogynist act.
     
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    Candice Bergen/The Notting Hillbillies (1990)
    Candice Bergen returns to host this finale episode of the 1990 season. Selected sketches and segments include "Toonces, The Cat Who Could Drive A Car," "The Tonight Show," "Wayne's World," and "Once Upon A Time." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Kyle MacLachlan/Sinéad O'Connor (1990)
    Chris Farley and Chris Rock's first episode. Sketches include: A Message From Iraq, Kyle McLachlan's Monologue, Bad Idea Jeans, Sprockets, Twin Peaks, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Luther Campbell, All Things Scottish, Frank Sinatra and George Michael, Lonesome Cowboys II. Sinead O'Connor performs "Three Babies" and "The Last Day Of Our Acquaintance".
     
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    Susan Lucci/Hothouse Flowers (1990)
    Sketches include: Classic Bitch and Lezbo Electric Shavers, Susan Lucci's Monologue, Live With Regis and Kathie Lee, All My Luggage, Great Love Stories, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Game Breakers, Her First Period, I Will Not Cry, M.C. Hammer's The Sound of Music. Hothouse Flowers performs "Give It Up" and "I Can See Clearly Now".
     
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    George Steinbrenner/Morris Day & The Time (1990)
    Sketches include: Steinbrenner's Dream, George Steinbrenner's Monologue, Middle-Aged Man, Convenience Store, Slapped By Beaver Tails, Winston-McCauley Funeral Home, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Attack Of The Colossal Lincoln, Slim-Fast Ad, What Was I Thinking?, Fancy Meals, Harrassing a Female Reporter, "The Vision Of Van Gogh". The Time perform "Jerk Out" and "Chocolate".
     
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    Patrick Swayze/Mariah Carey (1990)
    Rob Schneider's first episode. Sketches include: Dirty Square Dancing, Patrick Swayze's Monologue (with Lisa Niemi cameo), Pumping Up With Hans and Franz, Ghost II, Sam Walton Offer I, Super Feud, Sam Walton Offer II, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Chippendales, The Tonight Show, White Trash Bed and Breakfast, Mouse Trap Seminar. Mariah Carey performs "Vision of Love" and "Vanishing".
     
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    Jimmy Smits/World Party (1990)
    David Spade and Julia Sweeney's first episode. Sketches include: A Message From the President of the United States, Jimmy Smits Monologue, Chia Head, Game Challengers, NBC News Employees (with Bob Costas cameo), Simon, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Date With a Ditz, The Dark Side with Nat X, Two-Faced Doormen, Mobile Home, Verbal Reversals. World Party performs "Way Down Now" and "Ship of Fools".
     
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    Dennis Hopper/Paul Simon (1990)
    Sketches include: Live With Regis and Kathie Lee, Dennis Hopper Monologue and This Is Your Life (featuring Bert Parks), Nikey Turkey, Toonces Dreams, Inflatable Dolls, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Weekend Update: Chris Rock on Taxes and Crime, Liaison Mocking (featuring Paul Simon), The Civil War, What Animal Were You Raised By?, Schillervision, Stan Duffy's Gambling To Win. Paul Simon performs "The Obvious Child", "Proof" and "Late in the Evening".
     
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    John Goodman/Faith No More (1990)
    John Goodman's second time hosting. Sketches include: Church Chat, John Goodman Monologue, Bad Idea Jeans (repeat), Annoying Traits, Jagger Ties The Knot, Player-With-Yourselves-Club, The McLaughlin Group, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Weekend Update: David Spade on Iraq and Kuwait, Food Chewing, Wayne's World, Davy Crockett and Son, It's Pat. Faith No More performs "Epic" and "From Out of Nowhere".
     
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    Tom Hanks/Edie Brickell & New Bohemians (1990)
    Tom Hanks' fifth time hosting. Sketches include: Mr. Subliminal, Tom Hanks Monologue (featuring Paul Simon, Steve Martin, Elliot Gould, Jon Lovitz, Ralph Nader, and SNL writer Conan O'Brien), Unpleasant Stimuli, Game Beaters (with Tony Randall cameo), Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Weekend Update: Three Dennis Millers Sing a Christmas Carol, The Global Warming Christmas Special (with Ralph Nader cameo), P. Whipped, Sabra Shopping Network, Double-Takes, A. Whitney Brown's Christmas Tale. Edie Brickell and New Bohemians performs "Woyaho" and "He Said".
     
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    Dennis Quaid/The Neville Brothers (1990)
    Sketches include: A Message From the President of the United States, Dennis Quaid Monologue, Dysfunctional Family Christmas, Sally Jessy Raphael, Family Loves Ex-Boyfriend, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Weekend Update: Annoying Man (featuring Jon Lovitz), Weekend Update: Grumpy Old Man, Massage Students, Renegade Pilot, Sprockets, Schillervision Theatre, The Specialty Songs Of Cal McLane, Jr. The Neville Brothers perform "Brother Jake" and "River of Life".
     
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    Joe Mantegna/Vanilla Ice (1991)
    Sketches include: Godfather Bush, Joe Mantegna Monologue, New York Radio, Nightline, Officer Miller, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Weekend Update: A. Whitney Brown on Iraq, I'm Chillin', Complaint Letter, Bill Swerski's Super Fans, Insane Inventors, Eddie "The Clot" O'Hanlon Funeral. Vanilla Ice performs "Ice Ice Baby" and "Play That Funky Music".
     
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    Sting (1991)
    Sting's second time as musical guest and first time hosting. Sketches include: Wayne's World, Sting Monologue, Hedley and Wyche, Elevator Fans, The Sinatra Group, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey I, The Richmeister, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey II, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Weekend Update: Al Franken Reports from Baghdad, Weekend Update: David Spade on What's In and Out, Dr. Frankenstein's Monster, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey III, Coffee Talk, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey IV, Meeting Parents Flashback, Bleak Poetry. Sting performs "All This Time", "Mad About You" and "Purple Haze".
     
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    Kevin Bacon/INXS (1991)
    Sketches include: Desert Storm Press Briefing, Kevin Bacon Monologue, No Execu-John Ad, The Richmeister, The Dark Side with Nat X, The Sarcastic Clapping Family Of Southhampton, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey I, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Weekend Update: A. Whitney Brown with the Big Picture, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey II, Bomb Messages, SoundStage, Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley, Cleaning My Rifle. INXS performs "Bitter Tears" and "Suicide Blonde".
     
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    Roseanne Barr/Deee-lite (1991)
    Roseanne Barr's first time hosting. Sketches include: Mr. Subliminal Gulf War Briefing, Roseanne Barr Monologue, MetroCard, Misery II (with Jon Lovitz cameo), Sally Jessy Raphael (with Tom Arnold cameo), Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, WU: Iraqi Pete, It's Pat, McIntosh Jr., A Presidents' Day Remembrance, Happy Fun Ball, Iraqi Pete, Comedy Killers, Victoria's Secrets, Opposites Attract, White Trash History Minute. Deee-Lite with Bootsy Collins and The Rubber Band perform "World Clique" and "The Power of Love".
     
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    Alec Baldwin/Whitney Houston (1991)
    Alec Baldwin's second time hosting. Sketches include: The McLaughlin Group, Alec Baldwin Monologue (with Whitney Houston, Jon Lovitz and Arthur Kent cameos), The Dancer (with Evander Holyfield cameo), The Honest Planet, The Sinead O'Connor Awards, Lank Thompson: I'm A Handsome Actor, Pan Am Ad, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, WU: Bob Dylan Acceptance Speech, The Godfather Part IV, I'm Chillin', Confession Can Be Exciting For The Soul, Cyrano de Bergerac. Whitney Houston performs "I'm Your Baby Tonight", "All The Man I Need", and "My Name Is Not Susan".
     
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    Michael J. Fox/Black Crowes (1991)
    A. Whitney Brown's final episode. Sketches include: The President's Second Post Gulf War Speech, Michael J. Fox Monologue, Chia Head (repeat), Stinging Clown, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey I, Central High Class Reunion, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, WU: A. Whitney Brown with the Big Picture, America's Most Wanted: Former Child Stars, Daily Affirmation, Not Gettin' Any, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey II, Elevator Fans, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey III. Black Crowes performs "Thick and Thin" and "She Talks to Angels".
     
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    Jeremy Irons/Fishbone (1991)
    Pumping Up With Hans and Franz, Jeremy Irons Monologue, McIntosh Jr. (repeat), The Richmeister, Sherlock Holmes Surprise Party, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey I, Lonesome Cowboys, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Weekend Update: Donovan "Razor" Ruddock (with Donovan Ruddock cameo), Weekend Update: Chris Rock on New Jack City, English Accent, Wayne's World, Hannibal Lecter Meets Mace, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey II, Buzz Pen (with Donovan Ruddock cameo), Looney Tunes Classics, Football Days. Fishbone performs "Sunless Saturday" and "Everyday Sunshine".
     
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    Catherine O'Hara/R.E.M. (1991)
    Sketches include: Frank and Nancy, Catherine O'Hara Monologue, The Dancer (repeat), Sprockets, 1991 MTV Spring Break: Live from the Kennedy Compound, It's Pat, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Weekend Update: David Spade with What's In and What's Out, The Justice League of America, Frank Gannon, P.I. P.I., In Conclusion Theatre (with Randy Quaid cameo), Daily Affirmation, Wedding Dress To Funeral. R.E.M. performs "Losing My Religion" and "Shiny Happy People" with Kate Pierson.
     
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    Steven Seagal/Michael Bolton (1991)
    Sketches include: Pumping Up With Hans and Franz, Steven Seagal Monologue, Winston-McCauley Funeral Home (repeat), Nico Tenelli, All-Star Celebrity Tributes, The Dark Side with Nat X, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey I, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Weekend Update: Mr Subliminal on the Nancy Reagan Biography, Weekend Update: Travel Correspondent Adam Sandler, Musicians For Free-Range Chickens (with Michael Bolton cameo), Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey II, Date Intimidation, Brace Steele: Greenpeace Photographer. Michael Bolton performs "Love is a Wonderful Thing" and "Time, Love and Tenderness".
     
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    Delta Burke/Chris Isaak (1991)
    Sketches include: A Message From the President of the United States, Delta Burke Monologue, Balz-Off, Wayne's World (featuring Madonna), NRA Theatre, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Weekend Update: Adam Sandler on Mothers Day, Weight Watchers Meeting, Hollywood Minute, Karaoke Hog (with Chris Isaak cameo), Coffee Talk, Yelling At the Kids. Chris Isaak performs "Wicked Game" and "Diddley Daddy".
     
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    George Wendt's second time hosting. Dennis Miller and Jan Hooks' last show. Sketches include: Dennis Miller's Last Show, George Wendt Monologue, Lil' General Fireworks, Mr. No-Depth Perception, Bill Swerski's Super Fans, Middle-Aged Man, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Weekend Update: General Schwarzkopf, Weekend Update: Chris Rock on a Black Vice President, Carsenio, Burger Barn, The Shindells, It's Pat, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey, I'm Chillin', The Sunrise Show. Elvis Costello "The Other Side of Summer" and "So Like Candy".
     
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    Michael Jordan/Public Enemy (1991)
    Ellen Cleghorne, Siobhan Fallon and Robert Smigel's first episode as cast members. Sketches include: Wayne's World, Michael Jordan Monologue, Schmitt's Gay Beer, The First Black Harlem Globetrotter, Bill Swerski's Super Fans (featuring George Wendt, ), Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Weekend Update: Reverend Jesse Jackson reads Green Eggs and Ham, Daily Affirmation, Zoraida, The Dark Side with Nat X (featuring Spike Lee), Tales From The Barbecue, Miles Davis Memoriam, and Elevator Fans III. Public Enemy performs 'Can't Truss It' and 'Bring The Noise'.
     
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    Jeff Daniels/Color Me Badd (1991)
    Jeff Daniels' first time hosting. Sketches include: The Tonight Show, Jeff Daniels Monologue, Earthies, Richmeister's Rival, Community College Bowl, The Chris Farley Show, Weekend Update with Kevin Nealon, Weekend Update: Al Franken on the Presidential Race, Apex Novelty Company, Simon, Real Life With Jane Pauley, Don't Get Me Wrong. Color Me Badd performs "I Wanna Sex You Up" and "I Adore Mi Amor".
     
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    Kirstie Alley/Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers (1991)
    Sketches include: Clarence Thomas Hearings, Kirstie Alley Monologue (with Ted Danson, Kelsey Grammer, Woody Harrelson, and George Wendt cameos), Lonely Choice Dinners, Il Cantore Restaurant, It's Pat, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey I, Weekend Update with Kevin Nealon, Weekend Update: Chris Rock on Clarence Thomas, Weekend Update: Victoria Jackson on Congressional Term Limits, Weekend Update: Sports Anchor Phil Parry, Their Eyes Were On Their Breasts!, Coffee Talk, Psycho Divorced Mother, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey II, Look Who Else Is Talking Also, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey III. Tom Petty performs "Into the Great Wide Open" and "King's Highway".
     
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    Christian Slater/Bonnie Raitt (1991)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from this 1991 episode hosted by MTV Movie Award-winner Christian Slater. Sketches include "The McLaughlin Group," starring the real John McLaughlin, as well as "Dysfunctional Family Feud," "Ron's Wings N' Things," and "Pumping Up With Hans and Franz," with a special cameo appearance by Arnold Schwarzenegger.
     
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    Kiefer Sutherland/Skid Row (1991)
    Selected sketches and segments from the 1991 episode hosted by movie and television star Kiefer Sutherland. Selected sketches include: "Kennedy Jury Selection", "Campaign '92", "All Things Scottish," and "Kiddie Metal". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Linda Hamilton/Mariah Carey (1991)
    Linda Hamilton of "The Terminator" movies hosts this outing,which features the memorable and hilarious sketch "The Tooncinator". A puppet cat named Toonces plays the feline Terminator. Musical guest Mariah Carey sings two songs : The ballad "Can't Let Go" and the R & B / Gospel tinged "If It's Over" , from her 1991 album "Emotions".
     
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    Hammer (1991)
    Hip-hop superstar Hammer hosts this 1991 episode. Selected sketches include "Bush's Gift Ideas," "Bad Haircut Support Group," "Dick Clark Productions," and "Tales From The Barbecue." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Steve Martin/James Taylor (1991)
    Steve Martin hosts this 1991 Christmas episode, which includes selected sketches such as "The Tonight Song," commercial parody "Schmitts Gay," "Grandma Pugga," and "The Doormen." For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Rob Morrow/Nirvana (1992)
    Northern Exposure star Rob Morrow hosts this 1992 episode. Selected sketches include "The Barf Conspiracy," "Gonna Be A Better Cowboy," "Movie Talk In Heaven," and new "Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey." For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Chevy Chase/Robbie Robertson (1992)
    Original SNL alumnus Chevy Chase returns to host this 1992 episode. Selected sketches include "Wayne's World," "Bob Swerski's Quiz Masters" with special guest George Wendt, "Weekend Update," and "Comforting Tim." For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Susan Dey/C+C Music Factory (1992)
    LA Law co-star Susan Dey hosts this 1992 episode. Selected sketches and segments include "LA Law And The Richmeister," "Mike Tyson Harrassment Trial," "Sensitive Naked Man," and "The Art Museum." For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Jason Priestly/Teenage Fanclub (1992)
    Beverly Hills 90210's Jason Priestley hosts this 1992 episode. Selected sketches include "Olympic Figure Skating," "The Arsenio Hall Show," "Beverly Hills 90210," and "Jake's Marriage Tests." For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Roseanne & Tom Arnold/Red Hot Chili Peppers (1992)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from this 1992 episode hosted by (then) real-life sitcom couple Roseanne and Tom Arnold. Sketches include "Coffee Talk," with a surprise appearance by Barbra Streisand, as well as "Dick Clark Production," "Daily Affirmation," and "Delta Delta Delta." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    John Goodman/Garth Brooks (1992)
    John Goodman returns to host this 1992 episode. Selected sketches include "My 75 Kids," "Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer," "Country Singer Names," and new installments of "Deep Thoughts By Jack Handey." For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Mary Stuart Masterson/En Vogue (1992)
    Mary Stuart Masterson hosts this episode, and En Vogue are the musical guests.
     
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    Sharon Stone/Pearl Jam (1992)
    Basic Instinct star Sharon Stone hosts this 1992 episode, which includes selected sketches such as "Airport Security Check," "The Porno Couple," "Phil Hartman Creations," and "Hitting On Women," with special guest star Jon Lovitz. For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Jerry Seinfeld/Annie Lennox (1992)
    Selected sketches and segments from the 1992 episode hosted by sitcom star Jerry Seinfeld. Selected sketches include popular game show parody "Stand Up And Win," "Passover Seder", "Permanent Body Positions," and "The Lenny Wise Show". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Tom Hanks/Bruce Springsteen (1992)
    Oscar-winner and frequent SNL host Tom Hanks returns for this 1992 episode, with a cameo appearance by Jay Leno. Selected sketches incude "Mr. Belvedere Fan Club," "She Turned Into Her Mother!", "The Dark Side," and "Deep Thoughts with Jack Handey." For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Woody Harrelson/Vanessa Williams (1992)
    Cheers star Woody Harrelson hosts the finale of the 1991/92 season, with a cameo appearance by Jon Lovitz. Selected sketches include "Take Your Shirt Off!", "Sprockets," "Delta Delta Delta Finals Week," and "We're Cowboys and We're Proud." For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Nicolas Cage/Bobby Brown (1992)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1992 episode hosted by Oscar winning actor Nicolas Cage with a special guest appearance by Cher. Sketches include: "Outside The Movies", SNL Commercial Parody "Canis", "Tiny Elvis", "Powerful Ross Perot", "Deep Thoughts", "Weekend Update", and "Nightline". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Tim Robbins/Sinéad O'Connor (1992)
    Tim Robbins is the host and Sinead O'Connor is the musical guest (her second appearance). The cold opening is a spoof of Ross Perot's 1992 "United We Stand, America" campaign. Tim Robbins delivers a monologue critical of General Electric, the parent company of NBC. Caracci's Pizza promises absurd and questionable discounts on their TV commercials. The Founding Fathers face a contemporary style press conference. Jack Handey's latest deep thoughts are on a movie about a brain damaged scientist. Dennis Miller (actually Dana Carvey) hosts a cooking show riddled with political commentary on "Cooking With Dennis Miller." TV commercial for yogurt substitute "That's Not Yogurt." Sunday Morning Videos, hosted by Reverend Owen E. Veneble (Robbins). Weekend Update with Kevin Nealon contains another installment of The Hollywood Minute with David Spade. Bob Roberts and other young campers sing songs and burn books by the campfire. Larry King interviews former Beach Boy Brian Wilson and Ross Perot. Tori Spelling (Melanie Hutsell) hosts her own reality TV show, "Sweet Jimmy, The World's Nicest Pimp." More Daily Affirmations with Stuart Smalley.
     
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    Joe Pesci/Spin Doctors (1992)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from the 1992 episode hosted by Oscar winning actor Joe Pesci with a special guest appearance by Robert DeNiro and Martin Scorsese. Sketches include: "'92 Debate", SNL Commercial Parody "Green and Fazio", "Pink Ringery", "Weekend Update", "Deep Thoughts", and "Bullies". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Christopher Walken/Arrested Development (1992)
    Cold open: Carvey and Hartman as Perot and running mate. Walken plays a psychic of mundane events to come and his second episode of The Continental. Jan Hooks spoofs Sinead O'Connor in an Irish jig. Kevin Nealon does Weekend Update.
     
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    Catherine O'Hara/10,000 Maniacs (1992)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1992 episode hosted by Emmy winning actres Catherine O'Hara. Sketches include: S"Perot Press Conference", SNL Commercial Parody "Ass Don't Smell", "Deep Thoughts", "Weekend Update", and "Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Michael Keaton/Morrissey (1992)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from the 1992 episode hosted by Golden Globe nominated actor Michael Keaton. Sketches include: "Bush Calls Contributors", SNL Commercial Parody "Hibernol", "Weekend Update", "Bobby Watches Grandma", and "The First Annual Gutenberg Awards". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Sinbad/Sade (1992)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from the 1992 episode hosted by veteran actor and comedian Sinbad. Sketches include: "White House Tour", SNL Commercial Parody "The Cluckin' Chicken", "Blacula", "Superman's Funeral", "Deep Thoughts", and "The Dark Side with Nat X". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Tom Arnold/Neil Young (1992)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1992 episode hosted by actor/comedian Tom Arnold with special guest appearances by Roseanne Barr and George Wendt.
     
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    Glenn Close/Black Crowes (1992)
    Oscar nominated actress Glenn Close hosts this 1992 episode with a special guest appearance by Mary Beth Hurt and Jon Lovitz. Selected sketches include: "The Royal Separation", "Coffee Talk", "Tori", "Orgasm Guy", "Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley", and "Lesbian Christmas Party". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Danny DeVito/Bon Jovi (1993)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from the 1993 episode hosted by Oscar nominated actor Danny DeVito with a special guest appearance by Mike Ditka. Sketches include: "Bill Swerski's Superfans", SNL Commercial Parody "Canis", "Simon", "The Gap", "Deep Thoughts", and "Weekend Update". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Harvey Keitel/Madonna (1993)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1993 episode hosted by Oscar nominated actor Harvey Keitel with an appearance by Madonna. Sketches include: "Inaugural Gala", "It's Pat", "Deep Thoughts", "Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer", and "Weekend Update". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Luke Perry/Mick Jagger (1993)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1993 episode hosted by 90210 star Luke Perry with a special guest appearance by Giorgio Armani and Mick Jagger.
     
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    Alec Baldwin/Paul McCartney (1993)
    Oscar nominated actor Alec Baldwin hosts this 1993 episode with a special appearance by Paul McCartney. Selected sketches such as: "Dateline NBC", SNL Commercial Parody "Cluckin' Chicken", "The Chris Farley Show", "The Gap", "Weekend Update", and "Daily Affirmation with Staurt Smalley". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Bill Murray/Sting (1993)
    SNL veteran and Oscar nominated actor Bill Murray returns to host this 1993 episode with a special guest appearance by Steve Martin. Selected sketches include: "Beverly Hills Town Meeting", SNL Commercial Parody "Hibernol", "Coffee Talk", "I'm Chillin'", and "Weekend Update". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    John Goodman/Mary J. Blige (1993)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1993 episode hosted by Golden Globe winning actor John Goodman. Sketches include: ""The Richmeister in Waco", "Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey", "Linda Richman's Cause", "Canteen Boy at a Block Party", and "Weekend Update". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Miranda Richardson/Soul Asylum (1993)
    Oscar nominated actress Miranda Richardson hosts this 1993 episode. Selected sketches include "Green and Fazio", "MTV Spring Break", "Weekend Update", "Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey" and "Russell Simmons Def Magic Show Jam". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Jason Alexander/Peter Gabriel (1993)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1993 episode hosted by Seinfeld star and Golden Globe nominated actor Jason Alexander. Sketches include: "Clinton-Yeltsin Summit", SNL Commercial Pardoy "Jiffy Express", "Hub's Gyros", "Woody Allen Fan Club", "Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey", and "Weekend Update". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Charles Barkley/Nirvana (1993)
    NBA great Charles Barkley hosts the premiere episode of the 1993/94 season, with special guest appearances by Skid Row, RuPaul, and Muggsy Bogues. Selected sketches include "Clinton's Health Care Plan," "Out Of Africa," "The Gap," and "Charles Barkley's Big, Tall and Black Men's Stores." For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Jeff Goldblum/Aerosmith (1993)
    Check out selected sketches from this 1993 episode hosted by Jeff Goldblum, with a cameo appearance from Jurassic Park costar Laura Dern. Sketches include "Subway Musician," "Wave Starter," "Christopher Walken's Celebrity Psychic Friends Network," and "Karl's Video," with special guest Steven Tyler. For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    John Malkovich/Billy Joel (1993)
    Prolific actor John Malkovich hosts this 1993 episode, with a special guest appearance by Jan Hooks. Selected sketches and segments include "National Anthem," "Theatre Stories," "Deep Thoughts By Jack Handey," and "Carville's Visit." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Rosie O'Donnell/James Taylor (1993)
    Comedienne Rosie O'Donnell hosts this 1993 show, which includes selected segments and sketches such as "Mexican Stereotype," "Phil Hartman's Real Views," "No Memory Waiter," and "The Tomboy & The Sissy." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Nicole Kidman/Stone Temple Pilots (1993)
    See selected sketches from this 1993 episode hosted by Oscar-winner Nicole Kidman, with special guest appearances by Jimmy Workman, Christina Ricci, and Dana Carvey. Sketches include "Wayne's World," "Philip & Grace," "United We Stand America," and "Yelling in the Kitchen." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Charlton Heston/Paul Westerberg (1993)
    Film veteran Charlton Heston hosts this 1993 episode. Selected sketches and segments include a series of "Infiniti Toilet" commercials, as well as "The Herlihy Boy House-Sitting Service," "The President Is Illiterate," and a "Ten Commandments" parody. For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Sally Field/Tony! Toni! Tone! (1993)
    Academy Award-winner Sally Field hosts this 1993 Christmas episode. Selected sketches and segments include Adam Sandler's song "Santa Don't Like Bad Boys," as well as "Motivational Santa," "Don't Pray So Much," and "Crab Lice Singles Meeting." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Jason Patric/Blind Melon (1994)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from this 1994 episode hosted by film and TV star Jason Patric. Sketches include "Giuliani's Inauguration Speech," "The Road To Self-Improvement," "Mr. Intense," and "Ski Lift." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Sara Gilbert/Counting Crows (1994)
    Roseanne costar Sara Gilbert hosts this 1994 episode, which includes selected sketches such as "Simon," "Blossom," an enactment of Adam Sandler's "Lunch Lady Land," and commercial parody "Hibernol." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Patrick Stewart/Salt-N-Pepa (1994)
    Film, TV and stage great Patrick Stewart hosts this 1994 episode. Selected sketches include "Sexy Cakes," "Hell," "It's Not Their Fault," and "Show & Tell." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Martin Lawrence/Crash Test Dummies (1994)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from this 1994 episode hosted by comedian Martin Lawrence. Sketches include "Daily Affirmation," "Thugs," "Matt Foley In Prison," and "Bench Warmer." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Nancy Kerrigan/Aretha Franklin (1994)
    Olympic skater Nancy Kerrigan hosts this 1994 episode. Selected sketches and segments include "Clinton Press Conference," "Sports Beat," "Lillehammer '94," and "Disney Gigs." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Helen Hunt/Snoop Doggy Dogg (1994)
    Emmy Award-winner Helen Hunt hosts this 1994 episode, with a special appearance by Cindy Crawford. Selected sketches include "Rockers To Help Explain Whitewater," "Total Bastard Airlines," "Sexist Director," and "The Washing Machine." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Kelsey Grammer/Dwight Yoakam (1994)
    Selected sketches and segments from the 1994 episode hosted by Cheers and Frasier star Kelsey Grammer, with special guest Jan Hooks. Selected sketches include "Something Smells Good In Stinkville," "Yankee Stadium Opening Day," "Iron John: The Musical" and "Sunday Morning". For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Emilio Estevez/Pearl Jam (1994)
    Watch selected sketches from this 1994 episode hosted by 'Brat Pack' alum and Coach Bombay-portrayer Emilio Estevez. Sketches include "Geek, Dweeb or Spaz," "How Much Ya Bench?", "The Herlihy Boy Grandmother Sitting Service," and "Poker Billy." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    John Goodman/The Pretenders (1994)
    John Goodman returns to host this 1994 episode, with a special guest appearance by SNL alum Jan Hooks. Selected sketches include "The 1994 New York Gubernatorial Debate," "Cops," "Theatre Stories," and "Flintstones Names." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Heather Locklear/Janet Jackson (1994)
    TV favorite Heather Locklear helps bring the 1993/94 season to a close in this finale episode, with a cameo appearance by Jay Leno. Selected sketches include "Coffee Talk," "Wayne Visits Melrose Place," "Amazing Time Savers," "60 Minutes." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Steve Martin/Eric Clapton (1994)
    Steve Martin's thirteenth time hosting. Sketches include: Clinton Auditions, Steve Martin's Monologue, H.H.T. Home Headache Test, Court TV, Steve Martin's All-Natural Penis Beauty Cream, Total Bastard Airlines II, Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald and guests Laura Kightlinger and Gil Graham, The Ron Wood Show, Buck Daniels, Nut-Rific Ad Campaign, Super Sports Tours, Babies. Eric Clapton performs "I'm Tore Down" and "Five Long Years".
     
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    Marisa Tomei/Bonnie Raitt (1994)
    Sketches include: A Message from the President of the United States, Marisa Tomei's Monologue, Lexon Paradox, Court TV, Piercing Today, Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald, Weekend Update: Mike Myers and Tim Meadows on the Hockey Strike, Weekend Update: David Spade as Cool Guy, Making Better Love Workshop, Daily Affirmation, Monsters of Monologue '94, Bobby Camilarri's Bridal Fair 2000, Framington High Fall Mixer. Bonnie Raitt performs "Love Sneaking Up On You" and "Storm Warning".
     
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    John Travolta/Seal (1994)
    The third installment of the 20th season is hosted by John Travolta, and Seal is the musical guest.
     
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    Dana Carvey/Edie Brickell & Paul Simon (1994)
    SNL alumni Dana Carvey's first time hosting. Sketches include: A Message From the Former President of the United States (with President George H W Bush), Dana Carvey's Monologue (with President George H W Bush cameo), Virtual-Reality Books, Court TV: Johnny Carson at the OJ Simpson Trial, Ross Perot Greets Trick-or-Treaters, Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald, Weekend Update: Al Franken on Negative Campaign Ads, Weekend Update: Hans and Franz on SNL's Recurring Characters, Pepper Boy, Nobel Prize Awards, Work Excuses, "Office Space", Part 3. Edie Brickell and Paul Simon perform "Green" and "Tomorrow Comes".
     
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    Sarah Jessica Parker/R.E.M. (1994)
    Sarah Jessica Parker hosts this episode and R.E.M. is the musical guest In the cold opening, Congressman Bob Hudnut (Chris Elliot) gives his concession speech, after losing his 1994 reelection Campaign. Sarah Jessica Parker's Monologue is a rewrite of "Tomorrow" tailored to Democrat election losses in Congress and the Senate. Commercial for Eterna-Rest coffins: Corpses rest with greater peace on more comfortable mattress. Brooklyn-based morning show "Good Morning Brooklyn" includes guests such as an up-and-coming actor named Angelo (Adam Sandler), and a free karate demonstration by James Barone(Jay Mohr). Nice & Naughty Guitarists tempt Parker with their own love ballads, both of which she shares duets with. Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald includes Gil Graham (Sandler) relating bad experiences at Led Zeppelin concert. Even Confucius (Chris Farley) can't satisfy fortune cookie maker (Mike Myers). Robert Evans(Michael McKean) hits on young wanna-be actress(Parker) on the Casting Couch. The Munchkins of Oz are less than appreciative of Dorothy's (Garofolo) accidental killing of Wicked Witch, despite Glinda the Good Witch's(Parker) insistence to the contrary. Bill Murray, delivers a eulogy for former SNL cast-member, writer, and producer Michael O'Donoghue along with an encore of "Soiled Kimono" skit. R.E.M. performs the songs "What's The Frequency, Kenneth?," "Bang & Blame," and "I Don't Sleep, I Dream."
     
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    John Turturro/Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers (1994)
    Sketches include: It's A Wonderful Newt, John Turturro's Monologue (with Joey Buttafuoco cameo), Eych (repeat), Christopher Walken's Celebrity Psychic Friends Network, Phone Hang-Ups, Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald, Weekend Update: Judge Lance Ito on Publicity, Weekend Update: David Hasselhoff (featuring David Hasselhoff), Taxi Driver: The Musical, Stop That, Jamaica Tourism Ad, Dr. Ira Resnick, The Movie Club, Dr. Josh Levine, Dr. Ira Resnick II. Tom Petty performs "You Don't Know How It Feels" and "Honey Bee".
     
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    Roseanne/Green Day (1994)
    Sketches include: Jesse Helms Press Conference, Roseanne Monologue, H.H.T. Home Headache Test (repeat), USAir, A Woman Exploited: The Madonna and Tom Arnold Story, Rescue 911, Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald, Weekend Update: David Spade on Athlete Strikes, Weekend Update: Naomi Green on Jeffrey Dahmer's Death, Weekend Update: Chanukah Song, Low-Fat Yogurt, Civil War Memories, Multiple Personalities, Funny Strange, Lock-Up (with Rip Taylor cameo). Green Day performs "When I Come Around" and "Geek Stink Breath".
     
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    Alec Baldwin/Beastie Boys (1994)
    Alec Baldwin hosts this episode (his fifth appearance as host), and The Beastie Boys are the musical guests. In the cold opener, former Surgeon General Dr. Joycelyn Elders (Ellen Cleghorne) delivers a pro-masturbation speech upon her resignation. Alec Baldwin's Monologue involves a reaction to some complaints about a February 12, 1994 Canteen Boy sketch involving Baldwin and Adam Sandler, in which Baldwin played a child molester. Repeat of Lexon Paradox commercial spoof(See episode October 1, 1994). A Cop (Kevin Nealon) encounters a suburban family playing Santa Claus with their kids, only to find that they aren't really playing. Plastic surgeons (Baldwin, Chris Elliot, Janene Garafalo) save train wreck victims in the medical drama "L.A. Breast & Penis." Larry Templeton (Chris Farley) is an unexpected and confused contestant of a Japanese Game Show. Another Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald. The mangled body of a gunshot victim causes a cavalcade of vomit in New York, in the police drama "Rookie Cop." The soap opera parody "The Young & The Youthful" revolves around wealthy Pierce and his cognatively-challenged brother Petey (both played by Baldwin). Parents (Michael McKean, Garafalo) battle kids during a family road trip. A bride-to-be (Garafalo) takes an unsexy exotic dancer (Chris Elliot) to court, after being traumatized by his act during a bachelorette party. Auctioneers (Baldwin, Elliot) have stolen celebrity items on the block, including some owned by Christian Slater(Himself) who tries to get them back. Jack Handey's Deep Thoughts of the night involve the apparent beauty of jellyfish. The Beastie Boys perform the songs "Sure Shot," "Ricky's Theme" & "Heart-Attack Man."
     
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    George Foreman/Hole (1994)
    Sketches include: A Christmas Message From the President and Mrs. Clinton, George Foreman Monologue, Time Boxer (with Michael Buffer cameo), Looking Good, Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald, Weekend Update: Martha Stewart on Christmases Past, Weekend Update: Two Guys from a Religious Cult Review a Restaurant, Matt Foley: Motivational Trainer, Uncle Joe, The Incredible Hulk, Chris Elliot's Bedtime Story, "Stalking" by Bruce McCulloch, Jackie Stallone's Psychic Circle. Hole performs "Doll Parts" and "Violet".
     
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    Jeff Daniels/Luscious Jackson (1995)
    Mark McKinney's first episode. Sketches include: Capitol Hill, Jeff Daniels Monologue, Eterna Rest (repeat), Martin Luther King Day, Connie Chung vs. Mrs. Gingrich, Entertainment Tonight, Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald, Weekend Update: David Spade on Concerts, Weekend Update: Marguerite Simpson, Mystery Dinner Theater, Film Beat, Gay Stripper Theater, Aerosmith Album, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey. Luscious Jackson performs "City Song" and "Here".
     
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    David Hyde Pierce/Live (1995)
    Mike Myers' final episode. Sketches include: Court TV, David Hyde Pierce Monologue, Amazin' Laser, Poetry Class, Tales Of Little Women, Scottish Soccer Hooligan Weekly, Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald, Weekend Update: Tim Meadows on the Hockey Strike, Weekend Update: Jay Mohr's Sports Bloopers, Robot Spy, Nervous Habits, Foreigners and Jersey Kids, Perspectives, The Internet, Movie News. Live performs "I Alone" and "Selling the Drama".
     
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    Bob Newhart/Des'ree (1995)
    Sketches include: Colin Ferguson Trial, Bob Newhart Monologue, Ricki Lake, Book Buzz, Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald, Weekend Update: OJ Simpson Witness, Weekend Update: David Spade on Cindy Crawford, Weekend Update: Adam Sandler, Baywatch, The Evaluation, "Hi Bob", Sports Beat, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey, Bob Hartley's Bad Dream (after the Goodnights). Des'ree performs "You Gotta Be" and "Feels So High".
     
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    Deion Sanders/Bon Jovi (1995)
    Sketches include: O.J. Simpson Field Trip, Deion Sanders Monologue, Baseball Strike Solidarity, 1995 Espy Awards (with Bon Jovi and Manute Bol cameos), Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald, Weekend Update: Opera Man, UFO Mission, Rappers with Simple Lyrics, Perspectives, Deion Meets Sick Boy. Deion Sanders performs "Must Be The Money" and "It's On". Bon Jovi performs "Always" and "Someday I'll Be Saturday Night".
     
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    George Clooney/The Cranberries (1995)
    Janeane Garofalo's last episode, and Molly Shannon's first episode. Sketches include: Black History Month, George Clooney Monologue, Lexon Paradox (repeat), Seaworld, Taxicab Confessions, Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald, Weekend Update: Juror Number Four, Weekend Update: George Clooney on Chicago Hope, Weekend Update: Kevin Nealon on Medicare Budget Cuts, WR, Tales of Railroad Malfeasance, The Mack Reardon Story, Zagat's, Emory Illinois, Snowbird. The Cranberries performs "Zombie" and "Ode to My Family".
     
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    Paul Reiser/Annie Lennox (1995)
    Sketches include: Newt's Half-Sister, Paul Reiser Monologue, Where's Superman?, Road To The Final Four, Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald, Weekend Update: Jeff Foxworthy, Weekend Update: Frank Dippy and Hank Doodle, Sparklebrite Toothpaste, Daily Affirmation, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey, Aliens 4: Mad About You Aliens, Dating In The Nineties, One Brother Restaurant, O'Callahan and Son Pub (replaced in later broadcasts due to plagiarism). Annie Lennox performs "No More I Love Yous" and "Train in Vain".
     
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    John Goodman/Tragically Hip (1995)
    John Goodman's sixth time hosting. Sketches include: This Week With David Brinkley (featuring Dan Aykroyd), John Goodman Monologue (featuring Dan Aykroyd), Bill Swerski's Super Fans (featuring Dan Ackroyd, Brian Dennehy and George Wendt), The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder (featuring Dan Aykroyd), Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald, Weekend Update: Kato Kaelin Testimony, Dog Park, Rush Limbaugh vs. Howard Stern (featuring Dan Aykroyd), Self-Deluded Losers, Unsolved Mysteries (featuring Dan Aykroyd), Coal Miners (featuring Dan Aykroyd), Penis-Measuring Device. The Tragically Hip perform "Grace, Too" and "Nautical Disaster".
     
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    Damon Wayans/Dionne Farris (1995)
    Morwenna Banks' first episode. Sketches include: A Statement From Judge Ito, Damon Wayans Monologue, Bathroom Monkey (repeat), Summer Day Camp, Men On Film (with David Alan Grier cameo), Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald, Weekend Update: Jeff Foxworthy, Weekend Update: Adam Sandler on Mike Tyson's Release, Trumpet Saliva, Court TV, Perspectives, Cirque du Soleil, Deep Thoughts, Christopher Walken For Skittles, Tom Jones' Used Underwear Sale. Dionne Farris performs "I Know" and "Blackbird" (The Beatles cover).
     
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    Courteney Cox/Dave Matthews Band (1995)
    Sketches include: Matt Foley: Bilingual Motivational Speaker, Courtney Cox Monologue, Good Morning Brooklyn, Gapardy, Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald, Weekend Update: Education Correspondent Louise Ingstrom, Melanie Babysits, Hiring Charles Manson, Truth vs. Jokes, Replacement Baseball, His Muse Friday, Obnoxious Co-Worker. Dave Matthews Band performs "What Would You Say" and "Ants Marching". Bela Fleck features with the SNL Band.
     
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  406. 387.
    Bob Saget/TLC (1995)
    Al Franken's final episode. Sketches include: A Message From Tony Vallencourt, Bob Saget Monologue, Amazin' Laser (repeat), Fast, America's Funniest Hate Videos, Fashion Designer, Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald, Weekend Update: The Little Girl on Television News, Weekend Update: Ellen Cleghorne on the TV Season, Where In The World Is San Diego California?, Boyz II Men, Karl's Video Store, Deep Thoughts I, Daily Affirmation, Pacemaker, Deep Thoughts II. TLC performs "Creep" and "Red Light Special".
     
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    David Duchovny/Rod Stewart (1995)
    David Duchovny's first time hosting. Kevin Nealon, Chris Farley, Adam Sandler, Ellen Cleghorne, Morwenna Banks, Jay Mohr, Laura Kightlinger, Michael McKean and Chris Elliott's final episode. Sketches include: The Beastman of Studio 8-H, David Duchovny Monologue (with Michael Angarano cameo), You Think You're Better Than Me? (with Naomi Campbell cameo), Zagat's, Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald, Weekend Update: Laura Kightlinger on Summer Break, Weekend Update: Adam West on Batman Forever, Weekend Update: Adam Sandler with a Mothers Day Message, New England General Store, Ricki Lake, Rock and Roll Real Estate Agent, The Polar Bear Sketch, Rod Stewart performs "Leave Virginia Alone" and "Maggie May". G.E. Smith's final show with the SNL Band and as co-musical director.
     
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    Mariel Hemingway/Blues Traveler (1995)
    Oscar-nominee Mariel Hemingway kicks off the twenty-first season of SNL in this 1995 episode. Selected sketches include "O.J. Today," "Get Off The Shed!", "Leg Up," and "A&E Biography." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    David Schwimmer/Natalie Merchant (1995)
    Watch selected sketches from this 1995 episode hosted by Friends costar David Schwimmer, with a cameo appearance by Jennifer Aniston. Selected sketches include "Elevator," "Grayson Moorehead Securities," "Kids Vs Grown-Ups," and "Such A Pretty Face." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Gabriel Byrne/Alanis Morissette (1995)
    The Usual Suspects costar Gabriel Byrne hosts this 1995 episode. Selected sketches include "Halloween In New Hampshire," with special guests Bill Bradley and Lamar Alexander, as well as "Cooking With Keith," "Baby Genetics," and "Robin Walker Book Reading." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Quentin Tarantino/Smashing Pumpkins (1995)
    Acclaimed director Quentin Tarantino hosts this 1995 episode, which includes selected sketches such as "Spartans Football Game," "Directors On Directing," "White Trash Around A Campfire Dealing With An Overabundance Of Fluids," and "All Aboard!" For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Laura Leighton/Rancid (1995)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from this 1995 episode hosted by Melros Place's Laura Leighton. Sketches include Sam Waterston's commercial parody "Old Glory Insurance," as well as "Stan Hooper's Fortune," "Home For The Holidays," and "Spade In America," with special guest Sean Penn. For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Anthony Edwards/Foo Fighters (1995)
    Watch selected sketches from this 1995 episode hosted by ER doc Anthony Edwards. Sketches include "The Joe Pesci Show," "The Nasty," "Nightline," and "The Hulk Hogan Talk Show." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    David Alan Grier/Silverchair (1995)
    In Living Color costar David Alan Grier hosts this 1995 episode. Selected sketches "The Rocky Roads," "Wake Up And Smile," "Today," and "Black People." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Madeline Kahn/Bush (1995)
    Comedy great Madeline Kahn hosts this 1995 episode. Selected sketches and segments include "NBC's Christmas Salute To Our Bosnian Troops," "Lucien and Fagan's Antique Shop," "Large Bird Claws," and "Wedding Vows." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Christopher Walken/Joan Osborne (1996)
    Christopher Walken returns to host this 1996 episode, with special guest appearances by George Pataki and Rudy Giuliani. Selected sketches include "Execution," "The Continental," "Connie Stinson Talks," and "Rita Snowed In." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Alec Baldwin/Tori Amos (1996)
    Check out selected sketches from this 1996 episode hosted by Alec Baldwin. Sketches include "Nightline," "The Joe Pesci Show," "Buckwell's Follies," and Brasky's Buddies At The Airport." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Danny Aiello/Coolio (1996)
    Academy Award nominee Danny Aiello hosts this 1996 episode, with a special appearance by, Larry Brown. Selected sketches include "The Sauce," "Tiem-Life Valentine's Day Arguments," "Althea On The Bus," and "Hi-C and Turkey." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Tom Arnold/Tupac Shakur (1996)
    Sitcom veteran Tom Arnold returns to host this 1996 episode with a special appearance by Adam Sandler. Selected sketches include "The Life We Lead," "St. Gabriel's Bake Sale," "Miracles Of Science," and "Orderly T-Bone."For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Elle MacPherson/Sting (1996)
    Supermodel Elle MacPherson hosts this 1996 episode. Selected sketches include "Spartans Swim Meet," "Fresh Face Mary Katherine," "Redenbacher Holiday Theatre," and "Miss Manners." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    John Goodman/Everclear (1996)
    John Goodman returns to host this 1996 episode, which includes selected sketches such as "The Joe Pesci Show," "Substitute Teacher Suel," "Fecal Matters," and "Gary MacDonald At Work." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Phil Hartman/Gin Blossoms (1996)
    Watch selected sketches and segments from this 1996 episode hosted by SNL alum Phil Hartman. Sketches include "Leg Up," "Acting Workshop," "Taddli," and the return of "Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Steve Forbes/Rage Against the Machine (1996)
    Businessman Steve Forbes hosts this 1996 show. Selected sketches include "Unabomber Class Reunion," "Rita's Screen Door," "Forbes On Forbes," and "Seattle Today." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Teri Hatcher/Dave Matthews Band (1996)
    TV staple Teri Hatcher hosts this 1996 episode. Selected sketches and segments include "The Princess And The Homeboy," "Spade In America," new installments of "Fuzzy Memories," and "The Local News." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Christine Baranski/The Cure (1996)
    Emmy winner Christine Baranski hosts this 1996 episode. Selected sketches include "Dole & Rodman in '96," with a cameo appearance by Dennis Rodman, as well as "The Courtney Love Show," "Nightclub Singer," and "New Personality Traits." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Jim Carrey/Soundgarden (1996)
    Check out selected sketches from the finale episode of the 1995/96 season, hosted by funnyman Jim Carrey. Sketches include "Nightline," "Jacuzzi Lifeguard," "I'll See You In Hell," and "Jimmy Tango's Fat Busters." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Neve Campbell/David Bowie (1997)
    Check out selected sketches and segments from the 1997 episode hosted by Party of Five star Neve Campbell with a special guest appearance by David Spade. Sketches include: "O.J.'s Press Conference", SNL Commercial Parody "Caribbean Essence Bath Oil", "NPR's Delicious Dish", "TV Funhouse", and "Weekend Update".
     
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    Matthew Perry/Oasis (1997)
    Friends costar Matthew Perry hosts this 1997 episode. Selected sketches include "Spartans Practice," "Celebrity Jeopardy," "Friends," and "Sarcasm 101." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
     
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    Portishead performed "Only You".
     
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    Jennifer Love Hewitt/Beastie Boys (1998)
    Jennifer Love Hewitt hosts this 1998 episode. Selected sketches include "Lewinsky-Tripp Reenactment," with John Goodman reprising his role as Linda Tripp, as well as "The Ladies Man," "Let's Make This Happen!", and a new episode of "The Ambiguously Gay Duo." For clearance reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
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