Saturday Night Live: Season 21, Episode 1

Mariel Hemingway/Blues Traveler (30 Sep. 1995)

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Episode credited cast:
Barry Scheck / Himself / Patron
Bill McDonald / Himself / Truck Driver / Frank Henderson / Announcer / Paul / Actor / Ernie the Infaintilist
Himself / Patron / Ted Koppel / Narrator / Caller
Robert Shapiro / Himself / Husband / Tom Taylor / Actor / Farmer Troy
Lance Ito / Himself / Psychiatrist / Actor / Chicken Lady
Johnnie Cochran / Himself / Colin Powell / Actor
Herself / Businesswoman / Debbie Reynolds / Mickey the Dyke
Herself / Traffic Officer / Ann Miller
Herself / Wife / Susan Taylor / Actress (as Nancy Walls)
Blues Traveler ...
Themselves - Musical Guest
Herself - Host / Shirley Henderson / Elizabeth Berkley / Wife
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Himself - Announcer (voice)


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