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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"
In the cold open, Joe reports live on the US bobsledding team. In his opening monologue, host Robin Williams talks about his tough job of being a "Fatherman" (new dad) as well as his hopes and fears for his baby son Zachary's choices in life. In an ad, two mean rivaling NHL players bond over Bud Light. Eddie proves that he's the fifth Beatles and that he got ripped off by his former bandmates. Robin is a preaching evangelical veterinarian, who saves pets in more ways than one. Smokey and the Bandit inspires a new movie - Gandhi and the Bandit. Baby Robin revolts and tries to lead his fellow babies out of the baby playpen to freedom. In Firing Line, Robin as the show's host William F. Buckley Jr. and Eddie as an African American expert discuss the worrying trend of hot and successful black people in sports and the entertainment business spontaneously catching fire and blowing up. Humorous music video features Alabama Song as performed by the Doors and shows a bunch of babies in makeup and adult clothes as bar patrons. Robin as Rene the extremely irritating mime pushes his depressed roommate over the edge with dire consequences. Musical guest Adam Ant performs his song Strip. On Weekend Update, guest anchorperson Robin discusses jubilee of the Beatles coming to America, a street reporter interviews the one extremely unlucky man in New York who gets mugged every eleven seconds, Robin comments on Jack Nicholson's Oscar nomination, the unexpected death of the USSR leader Yuri Andropov and Andropov's possible replacements. News analyst analyzes the bad puns in the New York Post's headlines in connection with Andropov's death. A ditzy female MTV host welcomes a hideously ugly British new wave girl band duo called "Ugly Sisters Step". Nazi hunter Jim tries to hook up with a girl in a bar but his irritated conjoined brother Robin, a children's book author, sabotages him. Adam Ant performs "Goody Two Shoes". Robin introduces his real life stand up comedian friend Paula Poundstone, who does a stand up bit about her personal insecurities and her favorite car. Nighttime talk show Patty's Place welcomes a woman who lives 30 seconds ahead in the future and a man who lives 30 seconds behind in the past, which seriously confuses the host Patty. Robin fills out the remaining minute of the show with his improv antics.
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