Season Cast 43

  1. Laraine Newman

    Laraine Newman

    Various (22 Episodes)

  2. John Belushi

    John Belushi

    Various (22 Episodes)

  3. Jane Curtin

    Jane Curtin

    Various (22 Episodes)

  4. Gilda Radner

    Gilda Radner

    Various (22 Episodes)

  5. Dan Aykroyd

    Dan Aykroyd

    Host (22 Episodes)

  6. Garrett Morris

    Garrett Morris

    Various (22 Episodes)

  7. Steve Martin
  8. Walter Williams

    (2 Episodes)

  9. Neil Innes

    Neil Innes

    (2 Episodes)

  10. Eric Idle

    Eric Idle

    (2 Episodes)

  11. Buck Henry

    Buck Henry

    (2 Episodes)

  12. Karen Black

    Karen Black

    (1 Episode)

  13. Joe Cocker

    Joe Cocker

    (1 Episode)

  14. Lily Tomlin

    Lily Tomlin

    (1 Episode)

  15. Fran Tarkenton

    (1 Episode)

  16. Sissy Spacek

    Sissy Spacek

    (1 Episode)

  17. Bella Abzug

    (1 Episode)

  18. Jack Burns

    Jack Burns

    (1 Episode)

  19. Ralph Nader

    Ralph Nader

    Himself (1 Episode)

  20. Ruth Gordon

    Ruth Gordon

    (1 Episode)

  21. Carroll O'Connor

    Carroll O'Connor

    (1 Episode)

  22. Kate McGarrigle

    (1 Episode)

  23. Patti Smith

    Patti Smith

    (1 Episode)

  24. Frank Zappa

    Frank Zappa

    (1 Episode)

  25. Jodie Foster

    Jodie Foster

    (1 Episode)

  26. Dr. John

    Dr. John

    (1 Episode)

  27. Joan Armatrading

    (1 Episode)

  28. Tom Waits

    Tom Waits

    (1 Episode)

  29. Shelley Duvall

    Shelley Duvall

    (1 Episode)

  30. Dick Cavett

    Dick Cavett

    (1 Episode)

  31. Boz Scaggs

    Boz Scaggs

    (1 Episode)

  32. John Prine

    John Prine

    (1 Episode)

  33. Elliott Gould

    Elliott Gould

    (1 Episode)

  34. Jennifer Warnes

    Jennifer Warnes

    (1 Episode)

  35. Spalding Gray

    Spalding Gray

    (1 Episode)

  36. Levon Helm

    Levon Helm

    (1 Episode)

  37. Bea Arthur

    Bea Arthur

    (1 Episode)

  38. Julian Bond

    (1 Episode)

  39. Jean Stapleton

    Jean Stapleton

    (1 Episode)

  40. Norman Lear

    Norman Lear

    (1 Episode)

  41. Broderick Crawford
  42. Candice Bergen
  43. Paul Simon

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Season Crew 169

Directing

  1. Dave Wilson

    Director (22 Episodes)

  2. Robert Altman

    Robert Altman

    Director (1 Episode)

Production

  1. John Mulaney

    John Mulaney

    Producer (22 Episodes)

  2. Marci Klein

    Producer (22 Episodes)

  3. Jim Downey

    Producer (22 Episodes)

  4. Ken Aymong

    Producer (22 Episodes)

  5. SNL Studios

    Producer (22 Episodes)

  6. Erin Doyle

    Producer (22 Episodes)

  7. Erik Kenward

    Producer (22 Episodes)

  8. Lindsay Shookus

    Producer (22 Episodes)

  9. Jean Doumanian

    Producer (22 Episodes)

  10. Lorne Michaels

    Lorne Michaels

    Executive Producer (22 Episodes), Producer (22 Episodes)

  11. Al Franken

    Al Franken

    Producer (22 Episodes)

  12. Michael Shoemaker

    Producer (22 Episodes)

  13. Steve Higgins

    Steve Higgins

    Producer (22 Episodes)

Writing

  1. Rich Hall

    Rich Hall

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  2. Josh Patten

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  3. Joe Kelly

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  4. Matt Neuman

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  5. Peter Aykroyd

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  6. John Bowman

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  7. Bob Tischler

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  8. Rosie Shuster

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  9. Andy Robin

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  10. Terry Turner

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  11. David Mandel

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  12. Jerry Collins

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  13. Kristin Gore

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  14. Eric Slovin

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  15. Jessi Klein

    Jessi Klein

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  16. Jillian Bell

    Jillian Bell

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  17. Michael Patrick O'Brien
  18. Zach Kanin

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  19. Tim Meadows

    Tim Meadows

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  20. T. Sean Shannon

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  21. Christine Zander

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  22. Matt Craig

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  23. Sarah Schneider

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  24. Robert Smigel

    Robert Smigel

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  25. Eddie Gorodetsky

    Eddie Gorodetsky

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  26. Rob Klein

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  27. Robert Carlock

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  28. Terry Sweeney

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  29. Rob Schneider

    Rob Schneider

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  30. Stephen Colbert

    Stephen Colbert

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  31. Phil Hartman

    Phil Hartman

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  32. Paula Pell

    Paula Pell

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  33. Sarah Silverman

    Sarah Silverman

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  34. Patricia Marx

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  35. Norm Macdonald

    Norm Macdonald

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  36. Pete Schultz

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  37. Mary Gross

    Mary Gross

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  38. Mark McKinney

    Mark McKinney

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  39. Lewis Morton

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  40. A. Whitney Brown

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  41. Adam Sandler

    Adam Sandler

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  42. Chevy Chase

    Chevy Chase

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  43. Dennis Miller

    Dennis Miller

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  44. Leo Allen

    Leo Allen

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  45. Shannon Gaughan

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  46. Andrew Kurtzman

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  47. Max Pross

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  48. Paul Mooney

    Paul Mooney

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  49. Michael O'Donoghue

    Michael O'Donoghue

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  50. Lauren Pomerantz

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  51. Adam Green

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  52. Max Brooks

    Max Brooks

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  53. Margaret Oberman

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  54. Tom Gammill

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  55. James Eagan

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  56. Barry Sobel

    Barry Sobel

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  57. Dennis McNicholas

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  58. Conan O'Brien

    Conan O'Brien

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  59. Neil Casey

    Neil Casey

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  60. E. Jean Carroll

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  61. Vanessa Middleton

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  62. Steve Koren

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  63. Andrew Smith

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  64. Bob Odenkirk

    Bob Odenkirk

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  65. Michael Schur

    Michael Schur

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  66. Jessica Conrad

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  67. Walter Williams

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  68. Nate Herman

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  69. Christine Nangle

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  70. Jack Handey

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  71. Brian Doyle-Murray

    Brian Doyle-Murray

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  72. Matt Murray

    Matt Murray

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  73. Tom Schiller

    Tom Schiller

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  74. Warren Hutcherson

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  75. Martin Short

    Martin Short

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  76. Marc Shaiman

    Marc Shaiman

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  77. J.B. Smoove

    J.B. Smoove

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  78. Michael C. McCarthy

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  79. Scott Wainio

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  80. Mike Myers

    Mike Myers

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  81. Chris Kelly

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  82. Frank Sebastiano

    Frank Sebastiano

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  83. Tom Flanigan

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  84. Glenn Rockowitz

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  85. Alan Zweibel

    Alan Zweibel

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  86. Marika Sawyer

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  87. Hannibal Buress

    Hannibal Buress

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  88. Jon Vitti

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  89. Terry Southern

    Terry Southern

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  90. Shelly Gossman

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  91. Eliot Wald

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  92. Bruce Handy

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  93. Harry Shearer

    Harry Shearer

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  94. Adam McKay

    Adam McKay

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  95. Melanie Graham

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  96. Paul Barosse

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  97. Colin Quinn

    Colin Quinn

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  98. Tony Daro

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  99. Corwin Moore

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  100. Hugh Fink

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  101. Tom Hymes

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  102. Ryan Perez

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  103. Al Franken

    Al Franken

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  104. Jay Mohr

    Jay Mohr

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  105. Bonnie Turner

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  106. Albert Brooks

    Albert Brooks

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  107. Tim Kazurinsky

    Tim Kazurinsky

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  108. Alex Baze

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  109. Erik Kenward

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  110. Andrew Steele

    Andrew Steele

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  111. Ken Scarborough

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  112. Herb Sargent

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  113. Andy Breckman

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  114. Bill Murray

    Bill Murray

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  115. Rachel Dratch

    Rachel Dratch

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  116. Brad Hall

    Brad Hall

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  117. Doug Abeles

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  118. Billy Crystal

    Billy Crystal

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  119. Jon Rosenfeld

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  120. Bruce McCulloch

    Bruce McCulloch

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  121. Jerry Minor

    Jerry Minor

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  122. Bryan Tucker

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  123. Charlie Grandy

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  124. Christopher Guest

    Christopher Guest

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  125. Colin Jost

    Colin Jost

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  126. Joe Piscopo

    Joe Piscopo

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  127. Dan Aykroyd

    Dan Aykroyd

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  128. Sarah Paley

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  129. Kent Sublette

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  130. Jason Sudeikis

    Jason Sudeikis

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  131. David Spade

    David Spade

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  132. Eddie Murphy

    Eddie Murphy

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  133. J. J. Philbin

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  134. Emily Spivey

    Emily Spivey

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  135. Garrett Morris

    Garrett Morris

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  136. Robin Duke

    Robin Duke

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  137. Tim Herlihy

    Tim Herlihy

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  138. George Meyer

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  139. Gilda Radner

    Gilda Radner

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  140. Greg Daniels

    Greg Daniels

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  141. Ian Maxtone-Graham

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  142. Kevin Nealon

    Kevin Nealon

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  143. Dave Attell

    Dave Attell

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  144. James Belushi

    James Belushi

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  145. John Belushi

    John Belushi

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  146. Pamela Norris

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  147. John Lutz

    John Lutz

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  148. Kevin Kelton

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  149. John Swartzwelder

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  150. Jon Lovitz

    Jon Lovitz

    Writer (22 Episodes)

  151. Larry David

    Larry David

    Writer (22 Episodes)

Show

Episodes 22

September 18, 1976

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase

Sketches include-- Big shot Lily Tomlin will do the show without rehearsing, "Debate 76", Legionnaire's Disease Outbreak, The Phone Company, "Women In Literature", Tess DiSenzo, The Antler Dance, Judith Beasley.

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September 25, 1976

Live from New York, It's...Chevy Chase (On telephone)

Sketches include-- Gilda plans to do the fall, Jimmy Carter speaks on sexual performance in the White House, Chevy's Girls, Trial sitcom--"The Snakehandling O'Sheas", Joseph Franklin--The Metric Clock, Abusive Divorce Lawyer, Rhodesian Peace Talks.

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October 2, 1976

Live from New York, it's..Chevy Chase (on telephone)!

Sketches include-- Hospitalized Chevy confronts impostor, Designer Babies, KLOG Deejay, The Killer Bees, Cufflinks of the Gods, Drag is Not Funny, Dragnet, Drag Racing Today, Jacques Cousteau, Joe Cocker and his doppleganger(Belushi), "Ken Norton is more talented than Muhummad Ali".

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October 16, 1976

Live from New York, it's...Chevy Chase! Sketches include-- Chevy returns, "Baba Wawa at Large," Debate '76, A*M*I*S*H, Cancer-free Cupcakes, "Love Russian Style," The Lunch Counter Reunion, Mr. Bill, Ode to American Coinage.

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October 23, 1976

Sketches include "Yankees Lose," "Jeopardy 1999," "Speak Out For Milk", "The Beatnik Club," "Ted Baxter Kills Mary Richards," "Looks at Books," and "Mysteries in Medicine."

Kinky Friedman performed "Dear Abby."

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October 30, 1976

Sketches include-- Trick or Treating Land Shark, "Not For Ladies Only", Samurai Stockbroker, Garrett Morris's Family History, Debate 76, Super Bass-O-Matic 77, "The OintMENt", Mr. Mike's Least Loved Bedtime Tales, Houdini's Ghost.

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November 13, 1976

Live from New York, It's...Gilda Radner

Sketches include-- Chroma Trak Girl, Puppy Uppers and Doggie Downers, Nixon's Watergate Frame-up, Crossroads, Grandparent Bees, Mr.Mike's Least Loved Bedtime Tales--"The Blind Chicken", Mobile Shrink, "How Things Work", Marines--Looking For A Few Good Men.

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November 20, 1976

Live from New York, It's...George Harrison

Sketches include-- Paul Simon meets pauper Chevy Chase on sidewalk while Lorne talks with George Harrison, Quarry, "Baba Wawa at Large", The Twilight Zone, Billy Paul, "Tomorrow with Tom Synder".

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November 27, 1976

Live from New York, It's...Gilda Radner

Sketches include-- Gilda wont be in much of tonight's show, Wendy, Bee Peter Pan and Tinkerbee, Rovco's Puberty Helper, Metal Man, Steve Bashekis, Im Not Black, The Crush on the Biology Teacher, Don Pardo--The First Fifty Years, Laraine Newman's talents, Mr.Mike's Least Loved Bedtime Tales--""he Little Train That Died".

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December 11, 1976

Live from New York, it's... Gilda Radner!

Sketches include: "Patty Hearst At Home," "Jimmy Carter Can't Keep His Promises," "Santi-Wrap," Consumer Probe, Fern and Friend in PSA for The Right to Extreme Stupidity League, FX-70 Cheese Slicer, The Killer Trees trailer, "Adopt John Belushi For Christmas," "Radioactive Fallout Report," and "Let's Kill Gary Gilmore For Christmas."

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January 15, 1977

Live from New York, It's...Ralph Nader

Sketches include-- Ralph Nader wants to cut loose, Badmouthing Grandfather, Dress Rehearsal for Execution, The Confederate Takeover, "Baba Wawa At Large"" The Coneheads, "Youth Ask Questions", Andy Kaufman as Elvis, Testing Party Dolls.

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January 22, 1977

Live from New York, it's...John Belushi in a wheelchair!

Sketches include-- Belushi's too sick to do the show, Barbara Streisand, Emily Litella and Her Sister, Tomorrow with Tom Snyder, Little Old Ladies of The Night, Asking the Babysitter About Sex, E. Buzz Miller, Crazy Frank Commercial parody, and Mr. Mike's Least-Loved Bedtime Tales.

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January 29, 1977

Live from New York, it's... the cast of SNL! Sketches include "Locker Room Pep Talk," "Swiss Army Gun," "Amy Carter in School," "Chambers' Missing Arm," "Black Perspective," "Home Restaurant," "Community Appeal," "Fran's One-Night Stand," "Grand Stand," "French Liquid," and "Rhonda's Credit Card Counseling."

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February 26, 1977

Live from New York, It's... Steve Martin! Sketches include "Steve Martin's Ego Trip," "Coneheads' Tax Audit," "Celebrity Weightlifting," "Dr. Breadloaf's Quickloss Diet Book," "Pulling the Plug," "Broadway Baby," "Hollywood Bingo," "From the Big Orange to the Big Apple" (film), "Roots II," and "Plenty in Common."

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March 12, 1977

Live From New York, It's...Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, Jane Curtin, Garrett Morris, Bill Murray, Laraine Newman, Gilda Radner, and Sissy Spacek! Sketches include-- "Dave Wilson's Dead," "Burger Master," "Ask President Carter", ""Belushi's Olympic Dream," "Gidget's Disease," "Bad Playhouse," and "White Trash Couple.

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Live From New York, it's... Laraine Newman, Gilda Radner, Jane Curtin, & Linda Ronstadt! Sketches include "Goodbye Saccharine," "Samurai Hit-Man," "Broderick's Old Neighborhood" (film), "Mel's Hide Heaven", "Bill Murray, The New Guy," "Lucy Ricardo's Nuke Job," "Highway Patrol," "Baba Wawa At Large," and "Nixon and Hoover."

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March 26, 1977

Live From New York, It's...John Belushi Sketches include-- Belushi Refuses to Say Live From New York, The Coneheads, Marine Wedding, "The Untouchables", "The Story of The Squatters", "Ask Big Daddy", Washed Up Comedy Writer, Suicidal Buisnessman, Old-Fashioned Pharmacist.

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April 9, 1977

Live From New York, It's...Gilda Radner

Sketches include-- Emily Litella's New Love, Lowell Brock, Black Perspective, "Dr.X, Family Counselor", Right On Afro Lustre, Great Moments In Motown, Creeley's Soup, Bad Cinema, George Wallace, Julian and Andrew Young Talk With President Carter.

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April 16, 1977

Live From New York, It's...John Belushi! Sketches include-- Brezhnev Wants to Appear on Carson, The Castration Walk, Nick The Lounge Singer, You've Come a Long Way, Buddy, United Face Bank, Jason and Sunshine, Pilson Feedbag Dinners.

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April 23, 1977

Live From New York, It's...Bill Murray Sketches include-- Potato Torture, The American Dope Growers Union, "The Nixon Interviews", Flight Attendant Sherry, "Plain Talk", "Heavy Wit Championship", Bill Murray's Bad Childhood Memories, "Telethon for Britian", "The Battle of Britain". Gary Weis film: Body Language.

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May 14, 1977

Live From New York, It's...John Belushi

Sketches include-- Bee Sketch Is Pre-Empted by Norton-Bobick Fight, Video Vixens, Badly Disguised Bank Robber, Viva Las Vegas II, "Baba Wawa At Large", Feuding Couple, "Bad Ballet", "Night of The Moonies", Audience Member Chevy.

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Live From New York, It's...Gilda Radner

Sketches include-- Carter's Energy Saving Message, Buck Performs A Live Sex Act, Samurai B.M.O.C, The Shower Mike, The Coneheads Return to Remulak, Rhonda Weiss's Bridal Shower, Charles Lindbergh Meets the Land Shark.

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