Saturday Night Live: Season 3, Episode 3

Hugh Hefner/Libby Titus (15 Oct. 1977)

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The host for the episode is Hugh Hefner, and the musical guest is Libby Titus. The skits for this episode are as follows: A Playboy bunny flubs a number of party jokes. For his opening ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Himself - Host / Captain Macho / Gary (as Hugh Hefner)
Libby Titus ...
Herself - Musical Guest
Lt. Testosterone / Mr. Klein / Himself / Michael Mykonos / Socrates / Larry Farber
Corporal / Himself / Plato
Husband / X-Police Officer / Cary Grant / Hartley Raymond
Model / Lt. Areola / Katerine Hepburn / waitress
Corperal Fellopia / Nadia Comeneci / Colleen Fernman / Mrs. Gilsrack / Bobbi Farber
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bob Cranshaw
Lew Del Grotto
Cheryl Hardwick
Howard Johnson
Bert Jones


The host for the episode is Hugh Hefner, and the musical guest is Libby Titus. The skits for this episode are as follows: A Playboy bunny flubs a number of party jokes. For his opening monologue, Hugh Hefner comes out in his pajamas and sings "Thank Heaven for Little Girls". A housewife praises her new soap that contains tranquilizers. The Planet of the Men does battle with the Planet of the Women in genital-shaped spacecraft. The X-Police burst in on a couple smoking pot and brutally beat them. The host of a music appreciation show starts hallucinating to Wagner. During the Weekend Update, Jane and Dan report on Howard Cosell and abortion rights, while Nadia Comaneci asks everyone to come see her while she's still cute. Hugh presents a deleted sex scene from "The First Mrs. Kimball". A magician tries to cheer up an audience at a funeral. The Farbers pay a visit to a Playboy club. Libby Titus performs "Fool That I Am". Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <>

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Bill Murray has trouble opening the door at the end of X-Police and you can see the hand of a crewmember opening the door from the other side. See more »


Voice of Don Pardo: And now, "Weekend Update", with the "Weekend Update" news team. Here are Jane Curtin and Don Aykroyd.
Dan Aykroyd: That's Dan Aykroyd.
Voice of Don Pardo: What was that?
Dan Aykroyd: That's Dan, Don.
Voice of Don Pardo: Oh, I'm sorry, Dan, it must have been a typographical error in my script. I beg your Pardo!
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References Last Tango in Paris (1972) See more »


Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Performed by Andy Kaufman
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