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Saturday Night Live

Sarah Jessica Parker/R.E.M. (Season 20, Episode 5)
TV-14
TV Episode | 90 min | Comedy, Music

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 ...See moreSarah 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." Written by Daniel Timothy Dey See less
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Ellen Cleghorne
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Chris Elliott
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Chris Farley
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Janeane Garofalo
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Norm MacDonald
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Michael McKean
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Tim Meadows
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David Spade
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Jay Mohr
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Sarah Jessica Parker
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6.3 / 10 | 41 votes