Saturday Night Live: Season 17, Episode 9

Steve Martin/James Taylor (14 Dec. 1991)

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Mark Strobel / Sandman / Various
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Various / Frankenstein
Victoria Jackson ...
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Various / Weekend Update Anchor / Jimmy / Tarzan
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Various / Nat X / Michael Jackson
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Beth Cahill ...
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Various
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Various
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Various
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Michael Gelman / Various
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Jack Handey ...
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Kenneth Rees Evans: Hello, I'm Kenneth Rees Evans and welcome to another episode of... Theatre Stories. My first guest tonight is Sir William St. John Stives Smythe Kersey, or "Knobby" as he's known at the Old Vic.
Sir William: Hello, always a pleasure.
Kenneth Rees Evans: And my second guest is an actress whose 1931 debut at the Royal Shakespeare was described as both Dyonesian and unabashedly insane, I am of course talking of Dame Sarah Kensington.
Dame Sarah Kensington: I heard my name. They're calling me again.
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References Marathon Man (1976) See more »

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Not Going to Phone it in Tonight
Performed by Steve Martin, Victoria Jackson, Mike Myers,
Julia Sweeney, 'Tim Meadows', Chris Farley, Phil Hartman, Kevin Nealon and Lorne Michaels
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