Saturday Night Live: Season 10, Episode 9

Eddie Murphy/Robert Plant & The Honeydrippers (15 Dec. 1984)

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One skit features Eddie Murphy as Desmond Tutu, who had just received his Nobel Peace Prize, as a guest on a talk show. A fellow guest is Doug Flutie with his just - won Heisman Trophy. ... See full summary »

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One skit features Eddie Murphy as Desmond Tutu, who had just received his Nobel Peace Prize, as a guest on a talk show. A fellow guest is Doug Flutie with his just - won Heisman Trophy. Tutu accidentally breaks Flutie's trophy and tries to fix it on air before Flutie notices.

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This is Eddie Murphy's final appearance on the show. In the monologue, Murphy says he did not want to return to the show but he needed to promote Beverly Hills Cop (1984) after the box-office failure of Best Defense (1984). This episode was the highest-rated of the season. See more »

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