The host and musical guest for the episode is Ray Charles. The skits for this episode are as follows: The Godfather discusses with Tom Hagen the effects of letting NBC do a series about ... See full summary »

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Don Vito Corleone / Various
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Ella Fitzgerald / Mr. Dewitt / User / burgler / Himself
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Tom Hagen / Various
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Dottie Doody / Tammy / Herself
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Debby Doodie / Pammy / Herself
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Marcus Belgrave ...
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Leroy Cooper ...
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Hank Crawford ...
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Willy Day
Philip Guilbeau ...
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Howard Johnson ...
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The host and musical guest for the episode is Ray Charles. The skits for this episode are as follows: The Godfather discusses with Tom Hagen the effects of letting NBC do a series about their life, and whether they should allow this to continue. During his opening monologue, Ray Charles talks about what SNL had to do to get him to come on the show. President Carter delivers a message to the United States. Howdy Doody's widow talks about life with the former star. Tom Snyder talks about returning to New York and interviews Ray Charles. Evelyn Woodski offers people the opportunity to learn how to read slower. A burglary takes place during a blackout. Mr. Mike tries to trick Ray with a fake painting, only to have Ray reveal he has a trick planned of his own. Ray Charles performs "I Can See Clearly Now", "What'd I Say" and "Oh What a Beautiful Morning", as well as a medley of his other works. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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12 November 1977 (USA)  »

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Ray Charles: Now, what Mr. Mike doesn't know ... is, at the party, are going to be ten or twelve of the biggest black dudes he's ever seen in his life. And they're gonna whoop him upside his head and break every bone in his body. So please don't tell him!
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Connections

References The Miracle Worker (1962) See more »

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Oh What A Beautiful Morning
Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Performed by Ray Charles
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