Season Cast 12

  1. Martin Short

    Martin Short

    (6 Episodes)

  2. Catherine O'Hara

    Catherine O'Hara

    (6 Episodes)

  3. Dave Thomas

    Dave Thomas

    (6 Episodes)

  4. John Candy

    John Candy

    (6 Episodes)

  5. Rick Moranis

    Rick Moranis

    (6 Episodes)

  6. Andrea Martin

    Andrea Martin

    (6 Episodes)

  7. Eugene Levy

    Eugene Levy

    (6 Episodes)

  8. Joe Flaherty

    Joe Flaherty

    (6 Episodes)

  9. Harold Ramis

    Harold Ramis

    (6 Episodes)

  10. John McAndrew

    (6 Episodes)

  11. Mary Charlotte Wilcox

    (6 Episodes)

  12. John Hemphill

    (6 Episodes)

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Season Crew 31

Writing

  1. Eddie Gorodetsky

    Eddie Gorodetsky

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  2. Tom Couch

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  3. Rick Moranis

    Rick Moranis

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  4. Brian McConnachie

    Brian McConnachie

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  5. Stuart Kreisman

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  6. Chris Cluess

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  7. John Hemphill

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  8. Mert Rich

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  9. Martin Short

    Martin Short

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  10. Catherine O'Hara

    Catherine O'Hara

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  11. Eugene Levy

    Eugene Levy

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  12. Paul Flaherty

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  13. Michael Short

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  14. Joe Flaherty

    Joe Flaherty

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  15. Bob Dolman

    Bob Dolman

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  16. Doug Steckler

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  17. Jeffrey Barron

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  18. Andrea Martin

    Andrea Martin

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  19. John Candy

    John Candy

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  20. Dick Blasucci

    Writer (6 Episodes)

  21. John McAndrew

    Writer (6 Episodes)

Show

Episodes 6

January 28, 1983

The Days of the Week returns for another six episode run. Other notable sketches: the first Half Wits, Artisans and Their Art with the inimitable Bradley P Allen, and A Star is Born, starring Crystal Gayle.

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February 11, 1983

To encourage small business advertising, SCTV cuts its ad rates, resulting in a series of homemade ads for several micro-businesses. Also features the classic Stars In One profile of child star Rusty Van Reddick and the first episode of Vic Arpeggio Private Investigator. Jayne Eastwood guests as the moderator for Philosophers at work

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February 18, 1983

Features a short wraparound about Bobby Bittman's retirement from showbiz and subsequent comeback. Also features the continuation of William B Williams' mutli-story arc as he hosts his very own show. A classic of discomfort comedy, the William B Williams Show is such a disaster that not even William B can take it and he walks off his own show. The William B Williams Show includes the first appearance of legendary songwriter Irving Cohen

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Sweeps Week

February 25, 1983

SCTV's longest wraparound show finds a poltergeist of television's past haunting the station during sweeps week, and Guy must call in the services of a technology savvy clairvoyant. Originally aired during February, which is apparently a Sweeps Month in America, when the networks pull out all the stops to get ratings. The Days of the Week is the only sketch not linked in some way to the wraparound. Johnny LaRue's final appearance on SCTV is in a minor promo, Jumping For Dollars

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March 11, 1983

William B Williams returns to the Sammy Maudlin Show, the Shmenges host a beauty pageant, and Jackie Rogers Jr plugs his upcoming special, Jackie, We Hardly Knew Ye.

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March 18, 1983

A set of unconnected sketches featuring many recurring characters, including a new Count Floyd vehicle, 3D Firing Line, which takes a look at Midnight Cowboy II, Ed Grimley in Whatever Happened to Baby Ed, the final episode of The Days of the Week (with cameos by Catherine O'Hara and Carol Burnett), as well as The Fishin' Musician, Stars In One, and perhaps the finest Mel's Rock Pile - the tribute to punk rock. Not a bad way to leave network television.

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