Season Cast 45

  1. Laraine Newman

    Laraine Newman

    Various (21 Episodes)

  2. Jane Curtin

    Jane Curtin

    Various (21 Episodes)

  3. Gilda Radner

    Gilda Radner

    Various (21 Episodes)

  4. Garrett Morris

    Garrett Morris

    Various (21 Episodes)

  5. Bill Murray

    Bill Murray

    Various (21 Episodes)

  6. Walter Williams

    (6 Episodes)

  7. Steve Martin
  8. Ed Herlihy

    Ed Herlihy

    (2 Episodes)

  9. Buck Henry

    Buck Henry

    (2 Episodes)

  10. Jimmy Destri

    Jimmy Destri

    Himself (2 Episodes)

  11. Richard Benjamin

    Richard Benjamin

    (1 Episode)

  12. Paul McCartney

    Paul McCartney

    (1 Episode)

  13. Howard Hesseman

    Howard Hesseman

    Host (1 Episode)

  14. Desmond Child

    Desmond Child

    (1 Episode)

  15. Bert Convy

    Bert Convy

    (1 Episode)

  16. David Bowie

    David Bowie

    Himself (1 Episode)

  17. Ralph Nader

    Ralph Nader

    Himself (1 Episode)

  18. Bruce Cockburn

    (1 Episode)

  19. Bob Dylan

    Bob Dylan

    (1 Episode)

  20. Jerry Mathers

    Jerry Mathers

    (1 Episode)

  21. Paula Prentiss

    Paula Prentiss

    (1 Episode)

  22. Kirk Douglas

    Kirk Douglas

    (1 Episode)

  23. Andrew Gold

    (1 Episode)

  24. Strother Martin

    Strother Martin

    (1 Episode)

  25. Burt Reynolds

    Burt Reynolds

    (1 Episode)

  26. Gary Numan

    Gary Numan

    (1 Episode)

  27. Andraé Crouch

    (1 Episode)

  28. Bob Newhart
  29. Rob Morrow
  30. Bill Russell

    (1 Episode)

  31. Martin Sheen

    Martin Sheen

    Host (1 Episode)

  32. Elliott Gould

    Elliott Gould

    (1 Episode)

  33. Linda McCartney

    Linda McCartney

    (1 Episode)

  34. Eric Idle

    Eric Idle

    (1 Episode)

  35. Rodney Dangerfield

    Rodney Dangerfield

    (1 Episode)

  36. Ted Knight

    Ted Knight

    (1 Episode)

  37. Bea Arthur

    Bea Arthur

    (1 Episode)

  38. Debbie Harry

    Debbie Harry

    Herself (1 Episode)

  39. Chris Stein

    Chris Stein

    Himself (1 Episode)

  40. Clem Burke

    Clem Burke

    Himself (1 Episode)

  41. Nigel Harrison

    Nigel Harrison

    Himself (1 Episode)

  42. Frank Infante

    Frank Infante

    Himself (1 Episode)

  43. Klaus Nomi

    Himself (1 Episode)

  44. Joey Arias

    Himself (1 Episode)

  45. Charles Rogers

    Charles Rogers

    (1 Episode)

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Season Crew 166

Directing

  1. Dave Wilson

    Director (20 Episodes)

Production

  1. John Mulaney

    John Mulaney

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  2. Marci Klein

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  3. Jim Downey

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  4. Ken Aymong

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  5. Erin Doyle

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  6. Erik Kenward

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  7. Jean Doumanian

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  8. Lindsay Shookus

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  9. Lorne Michaels

    Lorne Michaels

    Executive Producer (21 Episodes), Producer (21 Episodes)

  10. Al Franken

    Al Franken

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  11. Michael Shoemaker

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  12. Steve Higgins

    Steve Higgins

    Producer (21 Episodes)

Writing

  1. Rich Hall

    Rich Hall

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  2. Josh Patten

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  3. Joe Kelly

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  4. Matt Neuman

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  5. Peter Aykroyd

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  6. John Bowman

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  7. Bob Tischler

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  8. Rosie Shuster

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  9. Andy Robin

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  10. Terry Turner

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  11. David Mandel

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  12. Warren Hutcherson

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  13. Jerry Collins

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  14. Kristin Gore

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  15. Eric Slovin

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  16. Jessi Klein

    Jessi Klein

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  17. Jillian Bell

    Jillian Bell

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  18. Michael Patrick O'Brien
  19. Zach Kanin

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  20. Tim Meadows

    Tim Meadows

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  21. T. Sean Shannon

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  22. Christine Zander

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  23. Matt Craig

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  24. Sarah Schneider

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  25. Robert Smigel

    Robert Smigel

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  26. Eddie Gorodetsky

    Eddie Gorodetsky

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  27. Rob Klein

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  28. Robert Carlock

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  29. Terry Sweeney

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  30. Rob Schneider

    Rob Schneider

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  31. Stephen Colbert

    Stephen Colbert

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  32. Phil Hartman

    Phil Hartman

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  33. Paula Pell

    Paula Pell

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  34. Sarah Silverman

    Sarah Silverman

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  35. Patricia Marx

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  36. Norm Macdonald

    Norm Macdonald

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  37. Mike Myers

    Mike Myers

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  38. Adam Sandler

    Adam Sandler

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  39. Chevy Chase

    Chevy Chase

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  40. Dennis Miller

    Dennis Miller

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  41. Leo Allen

    Leo Allen

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  42. Shannon Gaughan

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  43. Andrew Kurtzman

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  44. Max Pross

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  45. Paul Mooney

    Paul Mooney

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  46. Michael O'Donoghue

    Michael O'Donoghue

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  47. Lauren Pomerantz

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  48. Adam Green

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  49. Max Brooks

    Max Brooks

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  50. Margaret Oberman

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  51. Tom Gammill

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  52. James Eagan

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  53. Barry Sobel

    Barry Sobel

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  54. Dennis McNicholas

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  55. Conan O'Brien

    Conan O'Brien

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  56. Neil Casey

    Neil Casey

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  57. E. Jean Carroll

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  58. Vanessa Middleton

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  59. Steve Koren

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  60. Andrew Smith

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  61. Bob Odenkirk

    Bob Odenkirk

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  62. Michael Schur

    Michael Schur

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  63. Jessica Conrad

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  64. Walter Williams

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  65. Nate Herman

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  66. Christine Nangle

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  67. Tony Daro

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  68. Corwin Moore

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  69. Hugh Fink

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  70. Adam McKay

    Adam McKay

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  71. Melanie Graham

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  72. Paul Barosse

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  73. Colin Quinn

    Colin Quinn

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  74. Marc Shaiman

    Marc Shaiman

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  75. J.B. Smoove

    J.B. Smoove

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  76. Jack Handey

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  77. Brian Doyle-Murray

    Brian Doyle-Murray

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  78. Frank Sebastiano

    Frank Sebastiano

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  79. Tom Flanigan

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  80. Matt Murray

    Matt Murray

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  81. Tom Schiller

    Tom Schiller

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  82. Martin Short

    Martin Short

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  83. Glenn Rockowitz

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  84. Alan Zweibel

    Alan Zweibel

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  85. Marika Sawyer

    Marika Sawyer

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  86. Hannibal Buress

    Hannibal Buress

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  87. Jon Vitti

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  88. Terry Southern

    Terry Southern

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  89. Shelly Gossman

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  90. Eliot Wald

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  91. Bruce Handy

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  92. Harry Shearer

    Harry Shearer

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  93. Tom Hymes

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  94. Al Franken

    Al Franken

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  95. Jay Mohr

    Jay Mohr

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  96. Ryan Perez

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  97. Michael C. McCarthy

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  98. Scott Wainio

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  99. A. Whitney Brown

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  100. Lewis Morton

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  101. Bonnie Turner

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  102. Albert Brooks

    Albert Brooks

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  103. Tim Kazurinsky

    Tim Kazurinsky

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  104. Alex Baze

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  105. Erik Kenward

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  106. Andrew Steele

    Andrew Steele

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  107. Ken Scarborough

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  108. Herb Sargent

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  109. Andy Breckman

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  110. Bill Murray

    Bill Murray

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  111. Rachel Dratch

    Rachel Dratch

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  112. Brad Hall

    Brad Hall

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  113. Doug Abeles

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  114. Billy Crystal

    Billy Crystal

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  115. Jon Rosenfeld

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  116. Bruce McCulloch

    Bruce McCulloch

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  117. Jerry Minor

    Jerry Minor

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  118. Bryan Tucker

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  119. Charlie Grandy

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  120. Christopher Guest

    Christopher Guest

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  121. Colin Jost

    Colin Jost

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  122. Joe Piscopo

    Joe Piscopo

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  123. Dan Aykroyd

    Dan Aykroyd

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  124. Sarah Paley

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  125. Kent Sublette

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  126. Jason Sudeikis

    Jason Sudeikis

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  127. David Spade

    David Spade

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  128. Eddie Murphy

    Eddie Murphy

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  129. J. J. Philbin

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  130. Emily Spivey

    Emily Spivey

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  131. Garrett Morris

    Garrett Morris

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  132. Pete Schultz

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  133. Mary Gross

    Mary Gross

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  134. Mark McKinney

    Mark McKinney

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  135. Robin Duke

    Robin Duke

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  136. Tim Herlihy

    Tim Herlihy

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  137. George Meyer

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  138. Gilda Radner

    Gilda Radner

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  139. Greg Daniels

    Greg Daniels

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  140. Ian Maxtone-Graham

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  141. Kevin Nealon

    Kevin Nealon

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  142. Dave Attell

    Dave Attell

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  143. James Belushi

    James Belushi

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  144. John Belushi

    John Belushi

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  145. Pamela Norris

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  146. John Lutz

    John Lutz

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  147. Kevin Kelton

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  148. John Swartzwelder

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  149. Jon Lovitz

    Jon Lovitz

    Writer (21 Episodes)

  150. Larry David

    Larry David

    Writer (21 Episodes)

Show

Episodes 21

October 13, 1979

Sketches include ""The Pope's Doorman,"" ""Craig's Travellers' Checks,"" ""Free Spanish Lesson,"" ""Juvenile Delinquent Vandal,"" ""Rise,"" ""Carole King,"" ""The David Susskind Show,"" ""Bolshoi Ballet,"" ""The All-New Mr. Bill Show,"" ""What the Hell is That?"". Blondie performs "Dreaming" and "The Hardest Part".

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October 20, 1979

Sketches include ""Eric's Sick,"" ""Hotel-Motel Art Fair,"" ""Mr. Howard's Shoe Store,"" ""Prince Charles Tells You How To Pick Up Girls!,"" ""Hardcore II,"" ""Heavy Sarcasm,"" and ""Ask Elvis.""

Bob Dylan performs ""Gotta Serve Somebody,"" ""I Believe In You,"" and ""When You Gonna Wake Up.""

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November 3, 1979

Sketches include ""Kennedy in '80,"" ""Banshee,"" ""The Black Shadow,"" ""The Landers Files,"" ""Mr. Bill at Home,"" ""Nick in the Arctic,"" ""Eleanor Roosevelt,"" ""Sports Hot Line,"" and ""Big n' Tall That's All.""

Chicago performs their 1970 hit ""I'm a Man"" and their then-current single ""Street Player.""

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Sketches include ""Rush Home to the Bathroom,"" ""Find the Popes in the Pizza Contest drawing,"" ""Nerds #12,"" ""Harley's Bristol Cream"" and ""Banshee"" commercial parodies, and one of Aviva Slesin's ""First Love"" films.

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November 17, 1979

Sketches include ""Sex Change,"" ""The Backers' Audition,"" and ""First, He Cries.""

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December 8, 1979

Sketches include the ""Steve Marvin Radio Show"" and the debut of ""The Al Franken Decade.""

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December 15, 1979

Sketches include ""Quick Sex Change Operation,"" ""Le Shoe,"" ""Afraid of the Dark,"" ""Striking Teachers,"" ""Apocolypse Now,"" ""First Love, Part 2,"" ""Foreveready,"" ""Criminals,"" ""Minota AM-3 Camera,"" ""Revisions of Freudian History,"" ""Martin Sheen Hairspray""

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December 22, 1979

Sketches include A Christmas Gift from The Shah, Nerds Nativity, and Java Junkie.

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January 26, 1980

Sketches include ""Paul McCartney in Japan: Day 11,"" ""Craig's,"" ""Somewhere Near Mason City, Iowa,"" ""Debs Behind Bars,"" ""Anchovy Council of America,"" ""Bad Playhouse,"" ""Baby Casting Director,"" and ""The Mr. Bill Show."" The B-52's perform ""Rock Lobster"" and ""Dance This Mess Around.""

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February 9, 1980

Live from New York, it's…Chevy Chase! Sketches include ""Henry Kissinger and Gerald Ford,"" ""Pre-Chewed Charlies,"" The Bel Airabs, ""You Can't Win,"" Speaking of Fashion, ""Linden Palmer, Hollywood's Forgotten Director,"" and ""Honduras.""

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February 16, 1980

Sketches include ""Kramer vs. Godzilla,"" ""The Incredible Man,"" Andy Aaron's film ""Get Rid of That Building,"" and ""All-Time Radio.""

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February 23, 1980

Sketches include ""Kirk's Greatest Kirks,"" ""What If?,"" ""Arlene Meets Kirk Douglas,"" ""Greg's Bar Mitzvah,"" ""Prime Time Saturday,"" and ""Mask of Fear""

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March 8, 1980

Sketches include-- Dressing Room opening, Dr. Shockley's House of Sperm, Niggerands, Manhasset, The Subsitute Judge, Celebrity Corner: Bill Murray talks with Jerry Mathers and Tony Dow.

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March 15, 1980

Sketches include ""Anniversary Seance,"" ""Todd's Campaign,"" ""The Biggest Leprechaun,"" ""The Flogging Musicians,"" ""Talk or Die,"" and ""The David Susskind Show.""

Paul Simon and James Taylor perform ""Cathy's Clown / Take Me to the Mardi Gras"" and David Sanborn performs ""Anything You Want.""

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Sketches include ""Women Empowerment"" and ""Hotel Room/Smell You.""

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Crew 1

Directed by: Dave Wilson

Written by: No writer has been added.

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April 12, 1980

Sketches include ""Burt's Not Angry,"" ""Vomitorium,"" ""The Burt Book,"" ""Be a Pepper,"" and ""Baba Wawa at Large."" Anne Murray performs ""Lucky Me.""

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April 19, 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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Sketches include ""Mysteries of the Universe,"" ""The Dating Zone,"" ""Writing Home,"" and ""Mr. Bill."" The Amazing Rhythm Aces (featuring Bill Murray) perform ""Third-Rate Romance.""

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Sketches include: ""Father Guido Sarducci, Live from London,"" ""Real Incredible People,"" ""Stretch Marks Record Offer,"" ""Reagan's Dinner,"" and ""The Hominids.""

3-D performed ""All-Night Television.""

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May 24, 1980

Live from New York, it's…Harry Shearer!

Sketches include ""Election '80: Almost Halfway Over,"" ""The SNL Stars of the Future"" monologue, ""Lord and Lady Douchebag,"" ""Uncle Roy,"" and ""Nick at Trader Nick's.""

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May 31, 1980

Most of the original SNL fold, including Dan Aykroyd, gathered at Broadway Video to put together this pre-election shot at Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter. Election Update was supposed to air live at 10:00 P.M. EST November 1, 1980. Sadly for the SNL fold, Reagan and Carter agreed to a sudden debate from Cleveland on October 28. Compulsory coverage of the debate forced NBC to reschedule a half-hour special featuring Bob Hope and a half-hour special featuring the Smothers Brothers.You know where NBC rehoused the Smotherses and Hope.Some at Broadway Video thought this was NBC's last volley against the original SNL. It was assumed NBC didn't want to air such a hard-hitting program three days before the election. The network offered Lorne the chance to do the special after the election but, of course, Lorne refused.

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