Saturday Night Live: Season 3, Episode 13

Art Garfunkel/Stephen Bishop (11 Mar. 1978)

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The host for the episode is Art Garfunkel, and the musical guest is Stephen Bishop. The skits for this episode are as follows: During Art Garfunkel's opening monologue, one of the speakers ... See full summary »

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The host for the episode is Art Garfunkel, and the musical guest is Stephen Bishop. The skits for this episode are as follows: During Art Garfunkel's opening monologue, one of the speakers goes out during his song, prompting John Belushi to come on stage and start ranting about the show getting short shrift from the network managers, then accuse Art of backstabbing when the singer wants to just brush off the mishap and try again without causing a fuss. Tom Snyder presents another installment of the Tomorrow show. The Nerds Todd DiLaMuca and Lisa Loopner talk about the books they like. John, as an elderly man, goes to the graveyard where all the other SNL cast members are buried and reminisces on how they died. Andy Kaufmann appears in his British Man character and begins reading from to the audience from The Great Gatsby, only to be met with heckling. Stephen Bishop performs "On & On" and Art Garfunkel performs "All I Know", Scarborough Fair" and "Crying In My Sleep". Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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This episode included a short film called "Don't Look Back in Anger", which featured John Belushi portraying himself as an old man. He goes to a cemetery where his former Saturday Night co-stars are buried, and says "They all thought that I'd be the first one to go." In reality, John Belushi actually was the first member of the Not Ready for Prime Time Players to die, almost exactly four years after that show aired. See more »

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Angus Stanley: [trying to get backstage at a Kiss concert, carrying a parachute] Excuse me, I'm Paul Stanley's brother, it's his birthday tonight, I'm in the airforce and I bailed out over the city to get here.
Steve Parrish: Gee, that's the best one I've heard tonight.
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Spoofs Tomorrow Coast to Coast (1973) See more »

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Scarborough Fair
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Written by Paul Simon
Performed by Art Garfunkel
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