Saturday Night Live: Season 14, Episode 2

Matthew Broderick/The Sugarcubes (15 Oct. 1988)

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Himself - Saxophonist
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Themselves - Musical Guest
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Conan O'Brien's infamous "Nude Beach" sketch (aka "The Penis Song") was first tried out during dress rehearsal for the previous episode with Tom Hanks but NBC censors would not allow it. But it did get green lighted for this episode with Matthew Broderick taking over the 'small penis' part originally played by Jon Lovitz. The dress rehearsal version with Hanks can be seen as an extra on the DVD version of Saturday Night Live: The Best of Tom Hanks (2004). See more »

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