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A hidden gem among so many performances on SNL's early years. A few
highlights from the show which stood out to me: Chevy Chase literally
phones it in, kind of acknowledging that he's left the show. Richard
Belzer steps in his place for the opening skit. Eric Idle premiers his
The Ruttles sketches before American audiences. KLOG's sketch makes fun
of AM/FM radio and is Ankroid at his best. Swine Flu jokes are
strangely pertinent by the Killer Bees. Joe Cocker sings "You are So
Beautiful" with half his shirt unbuttoned, and appears to wildly drunk
during the performance.
Until Hulu incorporates more of the old sketches, this is worth watching the full episode. Especially classic skits that time forgets.
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