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Louise Lasser/Preservation Hall Jazz Band 

The host for the episode is Louise Lasser, and the musical guest is The Preservation Hall Jazz Band. The skits for this episode are as follows: John Belushi and Chevy Chase have an argument... See full summary »

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Herself - Host / Inger
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Themselves - Musical Guest
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Jimmy Carter / Various
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Sandra Good / Various
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Idi Amin / Various
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Squeaky Fromme / Various
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Olga Korbut / Various
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The host for the episode is Louise Lasser, and the musical guest is The Preservation Hall Jazz Band. The skits for this episode are as follows: John Belushi and Chevy Chase have an argument over how the opening to the show should be done. After Louise Lasser's opening monologue, General Idi Amin comes on to warn viewers about the importance of checking oneself for V.D., using himself as an example of the effects of advanced-stage syphilis. In a parody of Swedish films, a couple involved in a secret affair fool death by sending him out for a pizza. An advertisement pitches potholders made from human hair. Chevy Chase presents the Weekend Update, with a special segment on Olga Korbut. Two teenage girls discuss the hazards of dating with a padded bra and whether they'd want to see a guy naked. The Preservation Hall Jazz Band performs "Panama". Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Comedy | Music

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TV-14
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24 July 1976 (USA)  »

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Lorne Michaels was so dissatisfied with this episode that he barred it from repeats. It eventually was rerun in syndication in 1981 after Michaels left the show. See more »

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Spoofs Jaws (1975) See more »

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