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Mary Stuart Masterson/En Vogue 

Mary Stuart Masterson hosts this episode, and En Vogue are the musical guests.

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Mary Stuart Masterson hosts this episode, and En Vogue are the musical guests. In the cold opening, John McLaughlin of The McLaughlin Group taunts Pat Buchanan over losing the 1992 Presidential primary. Mary Stuart Masterson's monologue is a backlash against casting directors that place her in "tough, yet vulnerable" roles by doing a dance that's "vulgar, yet stupid." TV commercial for the pet toy "Action Cats." Masterson and Chris Farley star in a Police action show called "Lisa Pongrasic: Very Pregnant Undercover Cop." Lyle Billup's wife gets him a birthday gift -- a male stripper. Weekend Update includes wedding fashion tips by Denise Swerski(Beth Cahill) and an interview with Cajun Man. The Tri-Delta Sorority invites a former pledge(Masterson) back to the frat house, and are stunned at her ability to adjust to the working world. TV commercial for Monster Spray. Three Roman Colosseum event coordinators(Phil Hartman, Kevin Nealon and Mike Myers) struggle to find the most garishly ... Written by Daniel Timothy Dey

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21 March 1992 (USA)  »

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