|1.||Saturday Night Live
(1975 TV Series)
Episode: Rob Reiner (1975)
The host for the episode is Rob Reiner, but there is no musical guest. The skits for this episode are as follows: a man in a wheelchair inadvertently discovers he can walk, but is unable to repeat the miraculous feat. Rob Reiner performs a number of lounge-singer acts. The National Pancreas Association stresses the importance of taking good care of your pancreas. Rob Reiner, together with his wife Penny Marshall, honors some of the more popular fashion faux-pas. The Golden Needles voodoo acupuncture technique offers healing without surgery. Andy Kaufmann sings along with a record of Pop Goes the Weasel. In an interview with Squeaky Fromme, Fromme keeps trying to assassinate the interviewer, only to fail each time. Dance group The Lockers perform a comic dance. A man speaks out against defamation of droolers. An ad for a moving company promotes their skill at moving people from place to place, though not their belongings. A pair of nuns attempt to emcee their church's talent night. Albert Brooks presents a film about heart surgery. Gilda Radner recites a list of things she ate that day. Rob Reiner blows up at having his ending skit interrupted by the Bees, only to have his rant backfire. During the Weekend Update, Don Pardo is kidnapped and used by the kidnappers to announce their demands.
|2.||Saturday Night Live
(1975 TV Series)
Episode: Live from Mardi Gras (1977)
There's no host for this broadcast. Randy Newman is the musical guest for this episode, which is performed live in New Orleans for the Mardi Gras celebration. The skits for this episode are as follows: President Carter attempts to inspire Americans with a speech delivered from the rear end of a statue of Andrew Jackson on his horse, while Rosalyn frets over the fact that Jimmy has been up there for two days. For his opening monologue, Randy Newman sings about the floods that damaged New Orleans, then announces that SNL teams are in place to cover the passing of the Bacchus Parade. Jane Curtain and Buck Henry report on the crowds in the street, then watch the traditional 'Let's hit Al Hirt in the Mouth with a Brick!' contest, in which Al Hirt gets pelted with debris as he attempts to play the trumpet. A repeat ad pitches Quarry, the breakfast cereal made entirely of minerals. Three women complain about the lack of men at the parade, then get picked up by a gang of biker bees. Garrett Morris performs a selection of songs by Fats Domino, but can only play the same bar of music for each. A Gary Weis film features an interview with a man who paints above-ground tombs in a cemetery. Tom Snyder stands in front of the Pink Lady strip club, where he interviews a bouncer named Honker and a dancer named Velocity. As Buck and Jane continue to wait for the Bacchus Parade to arrive, Baba Wawa interviews Henry Winkler on how he separates his own persona from his character, The Fonz. Ricky Mussolini performs a re-enactment of his grandfather's historic visit to New Orleans. Eric Idle attempts to interview Mardi Gras revelers, but the French Quarter café he's in is completely deserted. Another Gary Weis film shows a montage of signs all using the word Dixie. Penny Marshall reports from the Krewe of Apollo Ball, where all the attendees, both débutantes and escorts, are men. Stanley Kowalski stands in the street shouting for Stella, only to find he's in front of the wrong building. Paul Schaffer sings the Antler Dance song, while Mr. Mike dances and gets pelted with objects from the crowds. For the Weekend Update, Garrett Morris receives the combination to the city from Mayor Landrieau, Evel Kenivel jumps the Mardi Gras parade in his hospital bed, Larraine Newman interviews a man carrying on the Mardi Gras tradition of taping mice to his eyes, and Emily Litella interviews a liver-boat captain. Captain Jean Lafitte insists that, despite his historical reputation, he is not a pirate. Back at the Krewe of Apollo Ball Penny Williams and Cindy Marshall report on the crowning of the Queen of the Ball. Back on the parade route, Buck and Jane give up on the Bacchus Parade showing up, and wish everyone a good night. Randy Newman performs "Louisiana 1927", "Marie", "Kingfish" and "Sail Away", and The New Leviathan Oriental Fox Trot Orchestra performs "Rebecca Came Back From Mecca".
(1980 TV Series)
Episode: Cablevision (1982)
Kip & Henry, with help from their friends put together a special cable show called "Bite The Big Apple". To not only retain their client but advertise his business. They add an incentive in the form of promising to deliver him Penny Marshall as a special guest but Penny runs very late , so they do what all good sitcoms characters do...stall for time!
|4.||The Roseanne Show
(1998 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.33 (1998)
Penny Marshall discusses "Laverne & Shirley" and how she began her directorial career, and she shows off the wounded animal figurines she collects. Chris Isaak sings, discusses his bad dating luck, filming in Utah and surfing with killer whales. Gloria Steinem discusses her early life and appears on a "Dating Game"-like segment with eligible bachelors Chris Isaak and Mr. Blackwell.
|5.||Siskel & Ebert
(1986 TV Series)
Episode: Oscar Nomination Surprises (1991)
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|6.||Shatner's Raw Nerve
(2008 TV Series)
Episode: Penny Marshall (2011)
Host William Shatner and Penny Marshall sit down for a one-on-one conversation. Shatner talks to Marshall about her childhood, her relationship with her brother Gary and her entrance into Hollywood through tap dancing. Marshall also speaks out about her mother, her love of basketball and her marriage to Rob Reiner.
|7.||Saturday Night at the Movies
(1974 TV Series)
Saturday Night at the Movies, Canada's longest-running movie program, offers an intimate look into how films are made and explores themes that relate to us on a social, political and cultural level, and reflect how we live our lives today. Every Saturday night, the program airs a double-bill of uncut movies with "The Interviews," a segment in-between featuring explorations into and discussions about how movies are made. This 2008/09 seasons marks the celebration of the series' 35th on the air - a landmark in Canadian broadcasting - as SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES continues to be the highest-rated program on the network. Over the years, SNAM has had the privilege of interviewing many of Hollywood's greatest actors, actresses, directors, writers, producers, and cinematographers, including William Goldman, Ray Bradbury, John Sayles, Martin Short, Penny Marshall, Ivan Retiman, Robert Towne, Catherine O'Hara, Cybill Sheppard, Norman Jewison, Crispin Glover, Eli Roth, Michael Madsen, Gary Busey, Mel Brooks, Donald Sutherland, William Friedkin, and John Singleton, amounting to over 1,300 interviews to date. Interviews in the upcoming 2008/09 season will feature Eileen Atkins, Imelda Staunton, Joe Regalbuto, Richard Schiff, Stacey Keach, Oliver Stone, Wesley Strick, Mariel Hemingway, Kevin Reynolds, Ione Sky, and others honoring the show with their insights and discussion.
|8.||Grease Day USA
This was a televised version of the "Grease" premiere party at the Graumann's Chinese Theater. This special featured all the major stars of the movies, musical clips from the movie, fabulous 70's stars arriving (Chevy Chase, Penny Marshall, Leif Garrett, et al), interviews and a live musical performance from Frankie Valli ("Grease"). This special also featured two musical performances NOT from the movie - Andy Gibb & The Spinners.