Saturday Night Live: Season 2, Episode 2

Norman Lear/Boz Scaggs (25 Sep. 1976)

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The host for the episode is Norman Lear, and the musical guest is Boz Scaggs. The skits for this episode are as follows: Chevy Chase, in the hospital after injuring himself in the previous ... See full summary »

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Himself - Host / Charles W. Robinson / Various
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The host for the episode is Norman Lear, and the musical guest is Boz Scaggs. The skits for this episode are as follows: Chevy Chase, in the hospital after injuring himself in the previous episode, coaches Gilda Radner through the opening via telephone. Norman Lear gets to hear what the actors in his shows really think of him. Jimmy Carter discusses lust in his heart and looks forward to more lusting as president. Norman Lear reviews the pilot of a new show about a family of snake handlers in Pittsburgh. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain discusses the Ford-Carter debate, Patty Hearst's sentencing, Elton John's sexuality and the sex lives of nuns, while Laraine Newman reports from Times Square for the upcoming Jewish New Year. The women of SNL sing a get-well song for Chevy, wishing he would fall for them. A spokesman from the U.S. Council of Standards and Measures talks about the advantages of switching over to metric time. A divorce lawyer gets rough with his client while ... Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Jane Curtin filled in for Chevy Chase as Weekend Update anchor due to his injury in the previous episode. See more »

Quotes

Mr. Joseph Franklin of the U.S. Council of Standards and Measures: The Metric Leisure Week will be composed of three days. Yes, only three days. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will become one day known as Mwensday or in decabet: Mwen. Thursday, Friday and Saturday will become Saturthurs, or in decabet: Turth. And Sunday, our traditional day of rest, will remain Sunday. Three days: Mwen, Thurth and Sunday.
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References The Nancy Walker Show (1976) See more »

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What Can I Say
Written by Boz Scaggs (as William Scaggs) and David Paich
Performed by Boz Scaggs
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