The host for the episode is Christopher Lee, and the musical guest is Meatloaf. The skits for this episode are as follows: After Christopher Lee's monologue, a series of movie trailers promote some upcoming films. Baba Wawa makes an appearance in a production of My Fair Lady. Death comes to apologize to a little girl for taking away her dog, and the pair get into a long conversation over why he has to do what he does. Dell Stator invites customers to visit his Rabbit Hut. Mr. Bill goes to the circus, where he suffers all manner of abuse. Meatloaf performs "All Revved Up & No Place To Go" and "Two Out of Three Ain't Bad". Written by
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Did You Know?
According to Al Franken, Christopher Lee announced at his first meeting with the writers that he would under not appear in any horror parody sketches, especially not as Dracula. This was a disappointment to them, as Lee had been brought in specifically for a horror-themed episode. As a result, Lee only appears in three sketches. He did agree to play one horror-themed role, "Mr. Death". See more
Once, I had a baby chick... it died. Last summer, I caught a frog... died. And then I had a hamster... died. Goldfish... died. Turtle... died.
So I hate small animals! You can't blame me for that.
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All Revved Up With No Place to Go
Written by Jim Steinman
Performed by Meat Loaf See more