Saturday Night Live: Season 20, Episode 3

John Travolta/Seal (15 Oct. 1994)

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John Travolta is the host and Seal is the musical guest. The cold opener contains Travolta walking to the SNL studios and desperately trying to get away from the theme from "Saturday Night ... See full summary »

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John Travolta is the host and Seal is the musical guest. The cold opener contains Travolta walking to the SNL studios and desperately trying to get away from the theme from "Saturday Night Fever," as it follows him everywhere he goes. During his monologue, he tries to push his latest film "Pulp Fiction" while somewhat cleverly hiding references to his past work. A woman(Janeane Garofalo) in a commercial pitching the latest plumbing product; "Bathroom Monkey." On "Coffee Talk," Linda Richman's latest guest is a man(Travolta) who takes his Barbara Striesand impersonations a little too far... and oddly, she's okay with that. Dracula(Travolta, again) invites a young couple into his castle, spends half the night trying to disprove their assumptions that he's gay with disastrous results. Two Guys from a Religious Cult(David Spade & Adam Sandler) do the weather on Weekend Update. Quentin Tarantino brings the Sweathogs to the big screen with his remake of "Welcome Back, Kotter," adding a ... Written by Daniel Timothy Dey

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