Saturday Night Live: Season 21, Episode 6

Laura Leighton/Rancid (18 Nov. 1995)

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Episode credited cast:
Various / Ken Pamillan / Little Person
Weekend Update Anchor / Bob Dole / Stan Hooper / Little Person
Lucien Callow / Little Person
Sebastian / Bob
Denise Pamillan / Roberta
Kitty McGuiness
Himself / Little Person
Flight Attendant / Cindy (as Nancy Walls)
Rancid ...
Themselves - Musical Guest
Herself - Host / Madam Sophia / Amy / Cydney
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Himself - Announcer (voice)


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Old Lady #1: What about robots?
Old Lady #4: Oh, they're everywhere!
Old Lady #1: I don't even know why the scientists make them.
Old Lady #2: Darren and I have a policy with Old Glory Insurance, in case we're attacked by robots.
Old Lady #1: An insurance policy with a robot plan? Certainly, I'm too old.
Old Lady #2: Old Glory covers anyone over the age of 50 against robot attack, ...
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References Melrose Place (1992) See more »


Roots Radical
Performed by Rancid
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